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: February 7, 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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In The Shade

lttlll With Colonel;: Bradford I


:....-- ._ Feb. 6, 1017. COUNTY II '

tear Colonel Bradford*
houwwlfe who liven on North Walnut Street. ,
I am a Official County Publication Established In 1877
At the Internectlon of. N. Walnut and Road 16 (Tenth St.) i

minutes there are tourists panning through and as _. --' ---- --' .. -
f'oN "
firry no *lIpA there .they have to park their can and in- VOLUMN bINTY-NIYl 't\ tK"- F1 ) uu-\. .'RIU.\V..ElUn.iJuiv: li" NUMItKll S1XT1CB.V t

there are IS .. .. -. -
the way to Road 200 (formerly ) -- --- -- --- -

nrclilentii ydm put There few there.I I.* no week atop there lgn at have thlt very Intellection nearly ,been either Home and serious withinthe Florida Plastics Machinery Arrives; Nears Century MarkCharU's City To Require Property OwnersTo ..1 I

gltustlon Can't Mujbo T our the prosperous right persons little' don't town know do the something situation about an It this IH.Th'Y May Have Assembly Going In Weeks\ Submit Plans Before Building

ml ht even park there for a little while and nee the deplorable .
first hand. Six huge truck loads of machInery Decisions of Import to property

condition -A Housewife and TaxpayerIn and stock, representing apo Early HistoryOf Hospital Given owners were made. by1 the City's r

proximately one-third of the plant Tax ExemptionBy councilmen in regular session' last

recent weeks there has been to close half a. day the entire of Art Displays, Inc., of Wlnstc Electricity Tuesday,. t

discussion of various phases day, or not at all. Salem, N. C., were unloaded i Inthe Shown To ,RotariansAn [ Y I County Board The council will henceforth re- t
ante biting cold of Wednesday i at quire that anyone moving or
f the present half-holiday Standing around watchli the Florida' Plastics buildings hereon interesting film, tracing the Exemption of county taxes on building any type construction ,.

p in Starke Tho. opinion hd another fire get "nipped In t the East Call Street. The remainIng development of electricity throughout 1 1h I Ie" the Shadycrest Hospital for a within the city limits will be re-

een expressed that the. practice bud" Monday afternoon a few on- 12 or 14 trucks were to arrive the ages, was shown at the period not exceeding ten years 1 quired to file plans of the building \
should be change' I was granted by the Board ,if cloang! lookers (In Jest, of course) "be-1 at intervals of several houi Rotary Club luncheon Wednesdayby with the city clerk for approval t
to Wednesday' : aft- Leo Herndon of County Commissioners at its reg- .
Thursday Daytona I
rom moaned" the fact that "our fire throughout Thursday and Friday by the council.
moon to conform with other' department la getting too good" and the unloading process will 1 1completed be Bench, divisional residential sales ular meeting here Monday I 1 The clerk was Instructed to
In this section with'the Florida Power The request was made by a
towns supervisor
dice and No more of the exciting old day; I thin' week. advertise all 1943-44 delinquent
Holders of this view & Light Co. Mr. Herndon was I wL committee composed of Fred Guy i r
if Florida. when the entire populace would Equipment arriving here Wednesday .ll taxes, real estate and personal
Andrews LucIan Conner
ai< '
Guy ,
when stott Introduced by J. H. Dupre, manager -
that i I
Int believe be aroused in the wee sma' houri included compressors, die P. L. Bridges beginning February 28. \ '
of the,
ere close' on Thursday they are of the morning, to troop down cutting presses, hand cutter, district. company's Elandlng The City Council had previous Upon receiving application by ,

Jacksonville and Gainesville .for a nightdress (or undress) and watch saws and stock for advertisIng Presented In colored, cartoon hospital for a similar period. permit to move four houses from

.hopping "spree. A few other. the undoubtedly thrilling spectacle display orders not completed tArt technique, the film featured the romp BUndlng' Monroe street t !
ere expressed' the opinion that of some (other) fellow, Displays, whose entire plant company's amusing/ symbol, Reddy I the body appointed P. L. lrldlre.: I

e halt-holiday (as it wan' orlglr house popping and crackling III was purchased Florida, plai Kilowatt, and showed how the development Monteith To Head and D. A. Monteith as a commit* "

) should be taken only dm:... flames. tics. dismanteled and moved 1 to of electricity grew tee to Inspect the handing structures.
fly ... from the discovery In 600 n. C. the council's
the summer and should cei: Colonel Bradford malntali Etarke.B. before ap-
nr Inly bft abandoned during straw that It may be less exciting but H. Hanktn, technical engines that a lump of .amber, when rub- Red Cross DriveWith proval.

common.Having It's much more soulsatisfyingwitness to and one Of the three partners I IFlorida I In bed briskly against cloth, would 1 The city fathers lifted certain

cry nothing better to do on the crack efficiency with< Plastics, Is still in Winston attract light objects.It I restrictions. the construction of I
blue Mondav, Colonel Bradfor which ,our modern fire department Salem supervising the shi{- was announced that this film F. Crutchfleld veteran the appointment last' Friday bunlnesa houses on Madison street

pt t out to find out just how Mid goes about extinguIshing( ment of equipment to Stark' Is also being shown this week in Starkelte, will observe his 981 of I). A. (Red) MOnteith u a : extending the area acceptable for

I !of"". Callstreet felt.about this blazes before they grow big C. L. Henderson, president of the schools at Lawtey, Hellbronn, and birthday anniversary' quietly today county chairman for the annual such construction east ,from
tier. In personal inerview enough to provide thrlll-seeke company,- was on hand to receive Hampton.Each at his home on Park Place Red Cross fund drive, propart' Cherry to Water street, and west
Ith 52 business house manager! with a Roman holiday.' The the equipment here. member of the club was where he resides with hiss Ollie tons :were under way this week from Monroe to Orange.

|t was found thattTwentynlne alarm siren scarcely reaches the It la believed thet at least one given an allotment of tickets to Marr In spite of hIlt advance" I'for a comprehensive campaign bA'' The city attorney was Instruct... ,

favored the cor pitch of its first crescendo before assembly line will be in operatic sell for the Rubinoff concert, Feb. age Mr.: CrutchfluM Is still In ginning March 3. pd to draw an ordinance requiring i

nuance of half-holiday closing the big red truck is roaring 1 to at the plant here within the next 21, and it was announced that good health although ho has net< The drive will be the only one all candidates for elective t

n Thursday. Eleven would pre the scene-Tuesday with driver three weeks.Berries. the member selling he greatest been able to "get around" and of the year staged to obtain fund [ city offices In Starke henceforth .

,changing back to Wednesday; Harold Glasgow expertly taking I number would be given a pair ofeomplimehtary work his garden m much as hwouKl necessary for the varied function to pay a qualifying lee of K percent

welve expressed no preference. the corner on what approximate ', tickets. like In recent_ months.Coroner's ._ of the local chapter. At a menl of tae salaries of positions)
Thirty-two approved half-da; two.wheels, and Chief Red Bu- Checked ... n. Ing to be held at 2 p. m. nflxt to which they aspire r

losing on a year. 'round bash ford back with the hose and ladders I Monday, February 10, member A citizens' committee appearing

enteen would like to close on hanging on the rails. "Twi Jury Says Jack Tanner will be presented with an outlln before the body to recommend I I

v during the summer months observed that If Red should lose By More Cold of campaign procedure. Howard development of st'city parhCiprovlding -
!wee would like to do away withe his hold while the truck was I Moran, southeastern area repri such: facilities as onnU

half-holiday altogether.* making that turn at Call and Walnut Death Due To "Undetermined" CausesW. sentative, will attend. I courts shuffle board and a skatIng -. f

Thirty-one believe that the boll he'd wind up under the stoplight .. Belated winter took two flare,. Mrs !Ernest Phillips, late*' i rink was: favorably .celvad.. ,-
lay should be taken right through at Walnut and Madison. jabs at Bradford County: as well : volunteer to Join In tha chaptnr''. i It wa stated that the council

rawberry season. Eighteen fee Yes, it's' a thoroughly satisfyIng ; aa the rent of Florida, Wednesday Tragic circumstances surround' B. Parks revealed that the left "Gray Lady" service, one of Ulehaptllr'a II would look Into the' matter' of

hat It should abandoned dur thing to see Red and his boy; and. Thursday mornings whe ing the death of;Jack Tanner, 14, Hide' of the boy's head was crushed paramount function.!., cost of the, project and make a

ng berry sea eon.;Three,. are tin go Into action when the fire Is mercury In thermometer, dipped of Lawtey, were manifest in test and that there were sllgll\\ began a training courso Januar I definite report' at the next meet. 1

leclded on this leat4e. ? r_," '" reached and a good thing for-the to .around 25 degrees. Aooon. mony brought before a coroner. abrasions on the left should.tAlthough 29 to be completed .February :n.; I .in*. ". .
Twenty-one believe that' Stark' town, to find that our proper). I panted by :"penetrating wind Jury"last Tuesday .:The.verdlc. : accordant. Bradford's "(,Ira1' LsdlwT.. I..t During thi Mssknv of February
trade cleoai 1.hg Is safeguarded adequately Wed es4ay')! "That the raid. Jack 'tanner ..me Prevatt in month, contributed .a total *f 2n0or.s'a I 11' !
e toning some bI puraday4uraing.I; ist.te with.his lawful. p.rtvlJegd"CI} ; ( d lit! Eha Council<<' w tH4l auea'tbtes t ,,, I
elf I'eray.on' Thurmd1 J. Twenty 'In the'"old daysjfremember It bltterlx, 4.t ) 'the'' to h1i--.n by mean un etm ; before-tl Hi>. .'4fl;'nilnUte.arVrfrle'4rtl'nag '' aa4opropo.atr3axslot of the ,
IX think"that ''LhnelhtnegU. lvas JusVA-titC/a.of: the citlzeni : ot dlre predictiona by i mined and unknown to .th ;.juryO :: tomatasya statement wp4abl.deveterana .at' thll plan for
: did 'not"seem quite'' Jury, witnesses said that he had sty: )lmlt> a pension
;Ible! Five are Undectded.k"' ; ;tralpstrtg clown"to' the conflagri. weather gears August 23 Tanner was) crl]>- rake City' Ho plta'. dl.tTlbllUngmali'alnea city employees,,. and selection of t tthe
One merchant commented loa: for a. fan ...how free 'I t )to n cold. V I IFortunately'there pled with loss of his left, foot reported being In' the truck''''",hen. \ provided by B. J. Dali cbiof of ice' appointment
; pg by
ibrupUyi "I don't e"J'whethei. weryon** 'BicepV: (' the property! was very lit-I when he accidentally stepped I In it departed, with Tanner drtvlni, : mer and other,,helnins! cntertal: rather thaa election. e

re lose or not I have to have )iwnerpoor guy.If the-fire wi. tie to be damaged in tale count i front of a hay thowlng xnachln, There was no door on the left: it patients' birthday parties, and 'Miked that cllisansDe f 'I
ny time (1ft"other well advanced (as itusually wi. as the strawberries had alread; At 6:30 a. m. February 1 he was side of the truck. Prevatt had it picnics, and'' providing aid In CouncJUm. \ n unlicensed ter-

pertinent-<>ominent*: y the time the antiquated equl] been "knocked out" by an earlie 'found dead In a ditch, on a count said that after the vehicle bad programs of occupational therapj', :warned against* City licenses
at the scene), oddirw week''or so Th stopped In the ditch, he got ou .
la favor' of Thursday-. nnt arrived freeze: a ago. road near Lawtey Further service which member and exterminator
"We should close on a dlffereny 1 overwhelmingly against anything ] only effect of this week's reesln Tanner's body was discover called for Tanner and recelvln.' of the Bradford chapter may pet are must required also furnish, patron with

, from other nearby towns being saved, except a few temperature will be to .furthe 1 by Noah Tarbrough, 19, whoi no answer, went home. Investlgi Form' at the nearby vetnranV, hoe .rend for the life ''''Pt. their con- l
then If a customer; needs some unbreakable odd and ends tonight delay the berry come-back., It, father owned the truck the .vi< tlon next morning showed ,a pllal will be planned at a'moetlniicheduled racts. t
: be- tossed out the window will probably be the middle of i .. strong possibility that Tanner had W"
log and we are closed, be can Um was assertedly driving .hen for.February 18, at the ;
consisted 01 before production get, fallen out to the left as the ear The street eorgmltte0 WM .uth- I
o there for it"Obviously, tat The "department" March now he was killed. Evidence before Columbia County ,ohapt'ir In Lak
pokesman was not worried: about a hose cart (usually hitched to a In full swing here again. I the Jury Indicated 1 that Tanner hit the ditch, with his body stele. City. raised to trim limb pi>| 101 streetsvhere with ,

w of trade.) Model T). and a haphazard horde Some few*growers .who took "Thursday la the 'best day be- of V'Olunt.' ..... The alarm was the "long chance" against heavy odd was him back under the left rem electric lines.
had M.
Prevatt Mrs. R. Crosby
suse It is most nearly.the mid taunting, sinister peal of a beD that there would not be any more' vatt, 24 of Lawtey. wheel. The rear of the truck wa '
.. insistently until this winter will lose their been held In the county Jail pendIng against a sapling. In Palatka
il e of the week". which banged freezes I He jammed Dies Scout.'WeekStarts ,
In favor of \Wednesday everyone was Oulu$, and about "to early stands of corn and beans, the Jury's verdict.following wa nO There 'was no evidence to indicate Boy i

"A great many people ordinary lee where It *a.". Firemen, but there Is still plenty of tlm released Tuesday that Tanner was drlnklnji Funeral services for Mrs. Lulu .
the conflarratton .. and loss will be disclosure of evidence to shoi autli Victoria Crosby 66, will be heldat < '
want to buy on Thursday." themselves, located for replanting n' I' Following Investigation by R
their necks to the'cost of seed. that the tragedy was anything arrested. lIe o'clock thin afternoon (Fri Today j t.
"It should be the moa. all over' & 'by craning limited to orltles, Prevatt was !
n state. ind thetell-tale, billows of smoke Berry shipments from the, other than accidental. was freed after the coroner's vert lay) In the Pine Level Baptls ; .

"We've been sucker here, clos- In day, or the red-hued sky ssight. .tI Farmers' Market during the pas I Witnesses appearing before th diet on Tuesday. Church with the p.ltorthe"' Rev Special events for Boy Scout I
't on Thursday." I By the time the volun week have been very light wIth I Jury recounted evidence to tbe Tanner's body was removed to N. E. Hall, officiating : r
Veek Feb. 7-13 announced
hvortac the half-holiday.. gen I oar flnaJJy reached the" seem, only 720 crates sold since Jan effect that: a dance had been held the the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Mrs. Crosby, wife of Rufus M yesterday by Scoutmaster E. T. '
,. with the hydrant price of at the home of Prevatt on
1"It- made a connecUon nary 29. At an average Home. Crosby' prominent Bradford County -
I Shall and Cubmaster O. B. New
I gives a merchant time to and ran the cart ou to unravel J7.75: they brought grow-n a re night of Friday January : farmer died early Thursda; omb follows
pugs his specials." hose, the roof of the hour turn of approximately $5,080.: N When the dance' broke up at about Funeral service for Jack Tanner morning In the Glendale Hospital, : as :

J "It gives the help a break iras Just about ready to com berries appeared at the market 0:30: p. m., Yarbrough let 14, of Lawtey were held at 'alatka. after a lengthy Illness" Saturday there will be a dls-, .

fork gets monotonous:.' crashing down. Even under luch! Wednesday the day of the firs the truck )in- front of Prevail' 3 p. m. Monday, February 3, at She'was a native of Bradford lay of Scouting activities, on the I
1 the boys oftei others to i a Branch Baptist Church Courthouse' lawn. Included willie
"Crocerymen work long houri great handicaps, freeze. home and went with the Long and bad lived here all
W need the half-holiday." did an expert Job of plying the So far this' season a total ol square dance at Middleburg. Tanner Young Tanner was killed\ last Sat her County life, being born Oct. 21, 1890, tho process of setting up a r

I I Opposing. the half-holiday Cream of water with such effec 15,446 crates of fruit ha beer and Prevatt were among urday in a truck accident.In he daughter of the late A.ronA. amp, pitching tents, cooking.
I I"rve to .limit damage tcay. In Bradford County, who were left behind. At his Mi rat! aid etc.
seen too many people cues Iveneso as harvested those ; addition to parents and Sarah B. Strickland. She '
"I t the town when they wanted to 25 percent or 'Jess. with estimated receipts of 158..- about 1 a. m. a neighbor of Pre and Mrs. Dave Tanner, he li. vas a member of the Pine Love Sunday evening at 7:30: o'clock r E

something and couldn't gel Among the mor* unforgettable< 195.10 to growers. vatt heard someone gunning the'< survived by his brothers, Henr; Japtlst Church and the Ladle a t special Scout Week service wU1.

lazes. of yesteryear two stars motor of the truck, preparing to and Charles, and his sisters.! Dorothy Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of be held In the First Presbyterian
ISlc"rnlnIThe berry in memory The tlm.. Wall 'dropped off tisleep. Lois and Dorii Church.' An outstanding program
season mt my CO). Harold C. leave, and then Virginia Railroad Trainmen. '
farmer and Slstrunk famine Tar- and Mr. Geneva Prevattall hIt.i been arranged by the pastes/
Is usually in be- the Futch At about 2:30: a. m. Tanner I
re nOon during berry season." were aroused by the shrill screechIng On Terminal LeaveLJeutenantC"olo trough, on returning home, wai of Lawtey. He was a member In addition to her husband, Dr.> Kaufman and all parents and ll_
I The farmer Is their faithful old parro Prevatt'i Church. frr. Crosby Is survived by one rlends of the Troop are cordially t j, I IIn
out in the woods,, of halted not far from of the Baptist
C. .
while tel Harold lion, Cornelius, and two daughters Scouts and cubs will at-'
up |
1Wa1 .nd were trapped for a Wit Q. C. Lee pastor of the Inted. I Iten.1
,, of with motor trouble. The Rv. L.
executive officer home Mrs. Loran Conner and Mrs.
"It's East Call Wall state in in a body. .
[ har>1 for the' farmer toP talrs In their homo on Church officiated uniform
sister Estelle, ancthers. I
him his Lawtey.Baptist four I
has announced were both of Starke:
Selective Service S.> Galloway, r )
to rip the
town before there was the Interment wan Monday night at 7:30 o'clock,, I
noon. It. While trying to start the at the!' services. Mrs..
the Oliver and
from ) Mrs. If. A.
his discharge stern,
to t
next ,
Ml"'ellaoMne'Ralf' fire, house for parents and friends) f
oaring cotton gin to Fred Carter), in the Long Branch Cemetery. pen ,
effective Monday car (belonging Bhattler both of Jackson-
E. ,
( -holldays 'should'b What a how tha irmed forces,' C. will be, hM at the regular*meetIng -' ;
<< ." from the Ice plant. who 27. Colonel Wall had the: group was approached by Pre DeWitt C. Jones was in charge vUle, Mrs. Ed Sullivan Stark. t" ,
TO to September." for us fire-trotters January of Troop 70 In the American
provided with the Selective Service vatt who, witnesses indicated, was of arrangements. and Miss Ethel Strickland oftlanta. : '
if It's a question of time off took pride in the fact that we erved told Tar Legion Hall. Refreshment win :. p d
St. 'Auguatlne Prevatt .
in Intoxicated.
clerks they" should alternatelet never missed a one". administration be served and an Interesting pro.' ",
T the storestay ." Yes, apparently the old dayi' 'or' the past six years. trough that the latter'a truck was Future Farmers Interment will be In the Conner ram will b, presented ; '
open. stated, however that ditch and that he didn't know the direction of I IWedne.dI1y
slrerounds It was Iin a under
e'' S are gone forever. When the Off To Tampa Fair Cemetery a.'group' of Scout ) .
of the ondltlona will require Wall's remalnlnr' where Tanner was. Yarbrough eWIlt C. Jones. :
I1 the middle I I
"oual. the now will be guest of the sponsoring
opening and ctosii officer with Prevail 1'
,_ as executive went to the truck their advisor. "
duty and -
Was' the old Colonel limply on I I The FFA boy Active pall bearers A W.Oonn the notary Club at lunch-, '
found to be badly part of his terminal ''and others, and attempted to'C.t, leave al. roup
around during V. R. Ferguson Willie Slrlckind. -
It among our local merchants. tills the covers up office ) B. J. Strickland. eon, and will present a program 1' : '
!at I III one Colonel head and turns over on his other eave. He will leave the It out of the ditch: falling to do noon today for a weekend trip Ned Shattler, Robert Oliver,. Scoutmaster Shull states that 'r, I ,

on!. hat reason long advocated that the' .Ide; Oh what's the use of get March 31. and will resume activeonnecttons 80, he returned to Prevail'* house to the Tampa Stat Fair. It bas Ind Hugh Sullivan.! the Scouts will be at the service of 1ir.; ,
cold? They'll putout with his Insurance larbrough and Prevatt remained I not been decided yet who is *U- "\\1 i
Won of a schedule of holiday ting up In the the community during this week f.
there anyway In Starke. wake the rest of the morning to make the trip. In orderto "1
gency>; Able Iltnd
10 that merchants and It; before I get y-Dee Service anyone needing help with any. ', '
according to the testimony, be to the boys are ti'I''
.nd. eligible go
ees. too would know when I rorthwhlle project should call on ; I
Tanner's where- 79 of Now Offered Here i
ofIn't Legion to Discuss did not discuss required to attend percent the Troop for ss(stance. to'.1 1 o.
80 Old Man Winter deafly Might up with us In spit Field bouts I the meetings and be In good service for Both CUba and Scouts are r.. '. I' J l'I '. '
all a*eailed "'1111." that we wo have any more cold.Goes New At 6:30: a. m. Tarbrough and I landing with the chapter. ttarke Diaper and laundry vicinity Is announced uestoj to wear their uniform ; '

ir. KUfce J. V. Edwards. I 81', of Brooker saysj "All ,signs Discussion of location and ipon- revatt returned to the truck, and I When rIA community at that time found the body of I v'M: go to MacDIH Field and get
whpa ItPurol orshlp of a proposed .. of Jacksonville This concern -
seta. '"too..drysew .thletlc field will ''be featured at "anner In the ditch, under water, lettiod for the rest of the week- has established an office In Boy Scout News ;
meeting of the Amerl- lossibly a foot from, the left rear end. We will be staying In Army
local represents
Ute regular tarke and the
Station wUl provide washing, polishing ,an Legion next ,Tuesday. Feb- rtieI, lying face up with his feet arracks during this time. tlve win be Mrs. Albert Hartmann Starke. Troop 70. Boy Scouts'' O'' P 1 1r

.nd greasing services and tire re- "uary 11. Commander S. O. Denmark earest the truck and his bodya Doyle Conner, State President of[ North Temple Avenue. of r America will meet Monday y r d

Temple Avenue pair. urged an members to at- line with the probable under. >If FVA, left yesterday for Tampa Mothers interested In obtaining nIght at 7:30 o'clock In the / e I

The station win be local agency .nd the important session, which rater track of the wheeL The md was tb,* principal speaker attn this service may make arranitents *- American Legion Hall. Last Mousy t t e .
lInQ lag of a new Purol filling tor Yale tires and Puritan radios.The rill determine to a large extent atallty was Immediately reportd FFA banquet near that city by calling 62-J. Further night ten scouts, with Soout- 't
at Temple and Pratt in a civicecreational ,Andreu by the other local boysit efficIent outer E. T. Shull! attended revIval ;
ee u special Is featured 'ha poet's partlclpalon to Sheriff A. O. tie win join .tails. of this prompt and -
-u announced this' week following for nextmm.r. services at the Methodist\
program later the service given. In an ad- I
owner quart 01 arbrough, and the body was are
: ) : a fair.B. y I
LouIe Saturday '
Lee Watowrlght.te morrow ( C. Holtxendorf Jr. trtlsement elsewhere in this 11SUllo Church In a body.
a ) Melvin
:- slated that In addl- lolene motor oil for lOc or Legionnaires will enjoy a social emoved by Patrolman T, B. Harding. Jr.. aijl
with purchase of 10 TVaminitloa' ty rr.: T.cooUI', Scribe. i ,
offering free fJc
a complete line quart glowing Ur,<*..."oC.tM IMi4'atrlf rwy. ,
La. fed !a .products W i aloes-o<.gasoline* nteotkltlC

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Ii THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Young Chinese Grower Plants New Crop I Gala Musical and Pedro excellent de Cordoba. All deliver the weekend guest of Mr- and

Every Seven Days. On His Farm Near Lawtey Brings VarietyTo performances. Mrs. J. M. Allen.
tabUsh0d 1817' : . . Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jone
Screen At ParkA ?
' I E. L. Matthew ______ Editor and owner -,,, BethelBy Daytona Beach are guests of jn,
w gala musical, "Cuban-Pete" Edna Jones here this week, H.
P.Niehed Weekly oh Friday. and Entered M Second daaa Matter will be shown to Park Theatre Mrs. E. W. Allen Jones la on furlough from uf,
at the Poet' Office at Starke Florida. patrons next Sunday Monday and e e e e. e e e e e e e Army.
Tuesday, February 911. The vibrant I Mrs Mellie Higginbotham .
Latin personality Deal Ar- Mr. and Mrs J. M .Allen and ?
1JOY SCOUT WEEK DESERVES ATTENTIONThe St. Augustine was visiting ,
t t, v i i naz, is starred with adequate children and Ray St. John spent aon-in-law and her
sun never sets on the Boy Scout nor on his "good musical support from Swing Sunday at Silver Springs., Mr.. L. DiCandto daughter Mr. aim i
turn" and cheerful smile. Organized in 51 nations around Organist Ethel Smith and the Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen were Rev. Curtis Harris recently.The of Gr
the world Scouting today has 4,413,139 boys and leaderson King Sisters among others. Love'I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell Cove Springs was visiting trltnt<*n'
its membership rolls. interest in the appealing comedy in Starke Sunday and relatives in this
offering la provided by Amaz St. John of Olustee was communltv
Ray Sunday.
annual Scout Week (Feb. 7-13)
Starting today Boy and John Fulton. I

will be observed to make the public more conscious of this I The film Introduces the tunes I .. .. .. ,-.- .. .,. ,- .--
great force that is at work in our midst to give America "A Dreamer's Lullaby" and "After ,
;, and indeed, the entire world-citizens who will be better Tonight", plus three separate offerings
equipped to cope with the trying problems that will arise for rhumba fans. A dance WEEK END SPECIALSSAPP'S
4 in the ahead.In routine by Igor and Yvette Is I
years .. .. ..,
local observance of Boy Scout Week a special exhibit LI featured.The -
"bf handicraft and other activities will be placed on the I personable Arnaz appears
;,, courthouse lawn this weekend by Scouts and their younger as himself, with his orchestra In STARLING'SGROCERY
adult should out of his a story which deals with a Cuban
brothers-the Cubs. Every go way
t. bandleader who prefers to enter- &
, to see this exhibit and thereby gain a fuller understanding tain the Inhabitants"of a' planta-
" of the intensive Scouting program.In tion outside of Havana, over striving STORE

times like these the Scout organization takes on leURif'< Ben Knejr cantoan approving: eye over a flourishing for fame and fortune in the .
added significance, for it has been adjudged one of the most Held of Chinese cabbage. With him are hl.children: Boxa Lee, '7; United States.'
600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. Call
potential factors in the promotion of world peace. Its great Junior 4j: Hatch 01 and George Lee, 2. Beverly Simmons Univerlll 's
influence in international friendship and good-will has been seven year old wonder, ia starred Friday & Saturday February 7 & 8
constantly furthered by Scout Jamborees, visits and correspondence -I On a rich 100-acre tract of farm'operations to the brief New Heading the supporting cast are -
the land, one mile east of Lawtey Jersey summer four years ago Don Porter Jacqueline de Wit
across seas. lien the "southern branch" of Hop'' Leung began looking for a suitable 25 Lbs. Real Good Western ChuckROAST
These international aspects of the Boy Scout organization Soon Fartnsj I I site in Florida and finally ,
are worth examining. The Scout Oath and Law, with The name la a- Chinese "good I'decided on the old Campbell place CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
t, slight variations in different countries, are known the world luck' 'Idiom that the owner, genial east of Lawtey. There he has 100 SCRATCHFeed: :
around. Scouting has promoted international good-will and Leung Ben Kuey finds Impossible acres cleared, with 60 acres under
friendship by emphasizing those points which nations have to translate Into English. To the ,irrigation from an...B-lnch, 400-
in common, rather than their differences. casual observer however the obvious foot deep well.

Take advantage of Boy'Scout Week to become better assumption would be that With the help of from six to 12 F Lb., 29c
$1.10 .
the Soon is '
name derived
Hop employes Leung plants two and a
acquainted' with our local Troop and Cub Pack. You will
Industry of Ita young half acre in vegetables every
find that'they are definite force for combining patriotism'
(27) operator for he hops soon seven days. Thus he and his
and'love of country with friendliness for other lands and In the morning and late In the helpers are continuously harvesting -
other peoples.IN evening to plant, cultivate and' and shipping Chinese cabbage Blue Plate
harvest a new crop of Chinese (Buck Toy), mustard 'broccoli MILK

MEMORY OF THOMAS EDISON vegetables every week. and turnips to supply the steady
Leung (pronounced Ling) came demand of New' York's China- : COFFEE45c
Chances are that you're reading this newspaper by elec- I
to this
country from China In town and other metropolitan cen- 3 Tall Cans
tric light, whether you live in town or are one of our subscribers 1033. as a lad of 14. His original ters' The market la fairly con-
' i, on the rural routes. But wherever you are, if you plan was to pursue higher education stant and averages Leung around
read by electric light,you might well pause in tribute to the In America, but somehow the lOc per pound for his output. 37c
memory of Thomas A. Edison, whose Centennial will be open air and the good rich sot Leung and his American wife,
celebrated throughout the country next Tuesday, February appealed to him more than the< Minnie and their four children PHARMACIST
11. halls of learning and he turnedto *-
arrive at their Florida farm in ,
It ia no exaggeration to say that Thomas A. Edison growing Chinese vegetables on October and remain through June Phone 64 STARKE Fancy Patna Rib & BrisketSTEW
fi made possible more appliances to lighten work and provide Hop Long Soon Island Farms later at establishing Engllehtown the when they return' to their placeIn On-the-Minit Service

amusement! and: education.for the!" human race than any other! N. J. New Jersey J '
individual who'ever lived. After Edison conceived an invention Not content with limiting his I RICE2Ibs.
industry'pioneered the way in making its Use practical -
,' and economical for the average citizen. It would be 'Blue Skies' Combines I EARN While You' LEARN to FLY

impossible to estimate the benefits flowing to. mankind as I
:\ result of! Edison's imagination. The ramifications of the Berlin Tunes With I 25cI 1 Lb.. 22c
Bing On The G. I. BILL of, RIGHTS .
Use of electricity after' hid perfection, of the incandescent Crosby's Voice ,.
H l'>unp in 1879 are too varied to enumerate.The '
Movie fans will be treated to a \
Edition, Centennial ia a fitting tribute to the man two-day showing of the hit muat 5 Lb: Pkg. 'Any Kind White

f+ who made electric servke' possible, for the worldThe cat "Blu ,Skies," starring none : 'We are now-Approved for the" following !' '. : -
i retard of hfa achievement: a testimonial of what the Unit K dr other than Bing Crosby Fred Astatee i "' 1
State stands, for: opportunity-no' limit on the exercise of: and Joan Caulfield. The courses: '
Basic Ground Primary and Advanced GRITS33c
talent' and initiative.' technicolor' offering which feature DRIAD't
32 of Irving Berlla's' : Flying AlSo Private Com -..........: ....
3d,,si you'read your paper tonight play,* your phono eat will b greac- i mercial and Flight I Instructor ...
songs/ shown
at 1 the _
graph, see a motiod'pItttirp\ off enjoy any:one of the cOunt.l Florida. Theatre Sunday'and Monday i Courses.. Approval No. 5650. .. '_"'" :' _
l less labor aaVfntf devices! 'about'your tonne, pause' a moment February 9-lft ; lIc'f
' in memory., Thomas* \. Edison-typical ,American who The sang and dance team of .
Class Room Instruction Tues., &Thurs.. -
made tb4ae things poaaihle.ROAD3 Blng and Fred spell a happy f '

combination thla,tuneful caval 'Nights 7:30' P. M.. J
l BttFORET<*, EDUCATION) : cade. Ason critic stated,: "Tht We wisH fo'thanJ owrnlar y'flriettda'and
film has'more of ever, taing mel-
,.Malvina.Lindsay,, columnist'of "'?he- Washington Post"ddaan odic .than any other musical ever CONWAY-L1BBY U-FLY-1T SERVICE customers for their. splendid l patronage
mffytd'Tiorda in her,discussion of the teacher short to com out of Hollywood. It .I
ages tJi*.t' ave handicapped schools in all: parts of the country contains Berlin tunes, which, are ; ,PHONE 14f OR'32 at' both our stores.
this year. Say.*she:, used either a* the basis for big

i school"Communities rooms and their faced, sub-standard with their closed teachers or'overcrowded will at last reduction the tender love numbers story, fitted or used Into aa CONWAY AIRPARK, 1- Joe S. and Volley L. Starling

background for the picture's dramatic ., .. _....-'
hav o.
? to take stock, of themselves. What are they 'sacrific moments." ,

_ing. for the schooling of their children? About_ 1.4 per cent. The Incomparable Bliiar Binge:
01 the national income, Great Britain spends two per cent no less than 10 of the songs. Fred
f and Soviet Russia around 13 per cent. For what are their Astalr is said to give the greatest -

state treasuries; now generally, solvent, expending funds? demonstration of his talent In .
+ Roads first then public health, then education. "Blue Skies," his big solo number -

"What are they-doing to attract teachers? Paying them > "Puttln On the RIU" extracting -
rave from the ,
less than the garage mechanics who take care of their cars. The lovely Miss CaulfIeld previews.

Making drudges out of them in community chores. Failing and dances, and the peppery sings senorita Here: refreshment
to show them the appreciation and honor for which their Olga San Juan scores In
souls are starving. some of the biggest tableaux.

"The basis for solving the teacher problem lies in shock- Billy de Wolf has the biggest

ing Americans into realizing the' national peril of education and funniest role of his rapldly- ., w
ally shortchanging today's children. They need to see that rising career. t
Rounding out a week of excellent .
he -
teaching task Is
BO important that supermen and
super- "
vomen should be far. at the Florida the new ,: ;i ,
developed to handle it. Hedy Lamarr vehicle "The : ,,( :: "" '
Seldom have truer ;
words been
Strange "
Woman Is booked for ,'I"
Tuesday through Thursday, Feb- ,l: '
PASSING UP A GOOD BET ruary 1113.Costarring1. >.,' ": ,
are George Sanders est c cr
Smaller cities and rural of Florida far
areas can gain Louis Hayward and Gene Lock- .
more from a state-wide 'hospitality-to-tourists' program hart. The story Is laid In Bangor -
than our few large industrial areas. That is the opinion of Maine with Jenny (MIllS La r ((4,
the Florida AAA Motor Club as indicated in letters recently marr) aor a beautiful but poor
,I, Bent to all members of the 1947 Legislature. girl wno becomes the wealth- / '

"Many visitors whom we want to return to Florida est and met powerful woman In ii/
the state.
year after year, or better still, make their homes with us.
are looking for quiet restful, picturesque places scores of :
'"which are as yet undeveloped around our smaller cities," Sightseeiny
Trips .
said a statement Issued by the four AAA motor club managers ... ,
in Florida. Charter Trips 1

"4 "The solid, substantial type of visitor is most likely to Passenger Trips ,
be encouraged to make his home' here if he and his familyare
the recipients of genuine helpfulness and courtesy every- .

where they go in Florida," the statement continued adding BIRDSEYE VIEW OF
that "courtesy to visitors Is simply good business in a growing CAMP BLANDING AND i

state like ours." KINGSLEY LAKE $2.25
Starke' one of these attractive smaller cities with a
I definite appeal to a certain type of tourist who had rather .

spend a few quiet weeks under the'moss-draped oaks thana See Starke From
hectic fortnight under the rustling'palms of our resort
I cities to the south. The Air $1 and up ;-_,

We are prone to make no bid at all for the tourist'trade
because: we are convinced that they are all headed for :Miamior :
Palm Beach but such Is! not tho case. The many attractions L ;
of North Florida have a strong appeal that is begin Conway AirparkLACY trr ,t
ning to be more noticeable every winter season. ,

We should capitalize on our assets rather than make CONWAYR. !
light of them and, as suggested by the AAA, we should go M. STUART '
out of our way to be courteous and helpful toward visitors Commercial OTTlia UNDII AUTHORITY Of THI COCA-CO1A COafANY, I"

who if things are made pleasant enough for them,, might FlightInstructors
decide to remain here permanently. lI ;, STARKE: COCA-COLA BOTTLING co.oGE .

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,ty, FEBRUARY 7. 1941 i t
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iv eiltea'i'r eel'n'r. mtmoim namedoiirt and cnuvo, wherein t ti
B.H.S School Journal d'. 1'111'\\'".rt, l-IUItllltl' IV CHAn.I'Ell i plaintiff eeka. divorce, Bradford

rtnth AI y, an. "I'lalntlfr v> Wallnro County Telegraph hail pnhileti thin t
:"t.u JonuttTorau., "et""d..,,.. Cues No. Ordor In nixt four weakly" )Issus.Witne'N .
330. I mv hand and official I
e a s a SOCIETY onnr.n: 01" P1anLteATtnN nut u I Htiiike./ Fluilda/ this Jau- '

1Ut.\FOIU 111011 I Last week was quite an excitIng AND NOTIfW TO AI'I'KAH u.irv 1. 1947O"'I'"ICIAI.. t.
8TAT19 OK Fl-OUIDV to' : Wnl I ( HKvr. A. J Thomaa
SCHOOL NEWS one. One of the most excl. lire Moranhnnu 1 real. I' An Clunk of nalil Court I I'I't.I
_ _' a ing events of dance and addro In' unknown ; IH r.u lll" C*, ('onnxr, D. C ,
the week was the .
You are reiiniriul to appear on1Fwlirunry l D. B 1; Knight, Storks, Kin.Atty
Edltor-ln-Chlef Presidents' Ball, which was held 10 CUT, tnh& above for rif 1-10 4t I'll I

Jackie Hasklns In the former USO building: A, I I'

a mong the BHSers there I saw Bill .

Society Editor T. and Annette. Bill P. and Edith, $Se9TIZ

Marion Brown Joe and Barbara, Billy M. ant I

S Peggy, Mal'Ian and Al, and Land I NUSe95//
f ":
'u r M !
Editor v c FIRST The KritsMcas
Sport Billy E., Dot and Lyle. : : s VALCNTINS
U'eldon ,; -Y ;t I nT I In3'01l"
the .\
a During intermission L u t e to ;i run paint a ('arUh TIZ- ;

Advisor, Edwards sang "The Old Lamp.JI&"hter" ,.4. /RIEST.SLYALINTINIwHOWA1 fiwlorj-llke finUh. Dries In 1 hour. One quart enough! for two
Student it .
Blanchard LAWEditorial and Betty Ann Flynn A t ,, rout ont>rHKO lute Apply with powder purr and follow simple

a a a ,a a a played "Clair de 'Lune". and I 4 l.., sAl ""." ,r v MFUSINO TO RENOUNCE CHRISTIAN llrwtlonn. on. ran. "Bumble Boogie", Dolores Han n( rJ's,. 4er.w +, ITY. HIS MREWELL MESSAGE i
.a ; and Tested !
cock sang "Alice Blue Gown' 'and :;, t..; Otb Laboratory
"Shortln" Bread", and Lou and F 'l'a fEPRRIWlNpOStINGNEEJOA'IIFlRRO'M Conies In Nine Colons Manton. llrowntor llrwn Light Green \

contributed to the Buzzle Green danced a waltz. ; ". :,;, YOUR VALBNTINI., Blur, liu-k., Red Tan, ", ,'II..w. Gunmetal Gray J
larch of Dimes"? I know youmast Friday night the basketball ; Distributor
t have for few of us could let game was a little early for most I IN IS'PCENTUftVENGLAND

opportunity like this pass us of the usual crowd, but every YOUNG MAIDS AND BACHELORS (Not
opportunity? Very much sot one seemed to get to the magician AN4VEIICAMI'YALINTINts'IY DRAWING CN $T.VALENT'H' ;' EVE KIRKLAND SUPPLY CO. (

Isn't often we, as Individuals, show. Steve, Jim Brown, and 1 elan. A IOttTxORIWNAL'ILINDDATIS2 MI iN0101INGLANDUN1iGNDEACH "' Inc.)

ve the chance to do something Billy E. are still) worrying about MAN THEN WORE HIS FAIR VALENTINES WERE LIFT ON 1822 Dundee lloud. Phone 2.8561

rsonally for such a great cause how Birch got out of the box IADVS NAME ON HIS CNIST OR A YOUNG LADY'S DOORSTEP Jacksonville Fla.
few of us realize the gigantic after they nailed It so tight. Among SLAVE.XINC! THE EXPRESSION, IY A BASHFUL SUITOR WHO

TO 4 of the disease of Infantile his other feats. Birch pulled WEARINS YOUR HEART ON YOU* THEN KNOCKED ON THE DOOR Demonstration to be given at,,JI. C. lit>lIy'" I

It this (disease Is to be a chicken out of Gussie Kope SUIVtV AND DASHED AWAY. '
'glysls -
there are experimentsbe lousos' jacket and a little brown ...., Store, Latvy, Fla.-Sat., Feb. 10 A. M.
ped made equipment to be bottle from Joe Monteith's coat, MANY A KOMfUl ENGUEH MAID COME ONE COMK ALL I: .

ght, doctors, nurses, medicine, Several who cams to the show OP THI I6OO' WENT TO SIIIP" N ,1 dr I iv

d many other things which take were Jim D, and :Mildred, Billy AFTER IATIN9 A HARD 101110 EM {, Wanted DEALERS Wanted : I'

,ney and a lot of It! and Lu, At and Peggy, Joe anti "WITH 1AY LIAVIS FArtNID TO ''A + '+ I '

A dime Is such a small thin Barbara, Marian and Billy M. HER FIUOW. THC'MAN Of HIR ( t ,
.. where A life Is concerned: I and of course several others. 0 MAMS"THAT NIOHT WAS SUPPOMO ''fi r' -' I

mail, in fact, that we shouldn't I'd like to take time and space TO II MIR Wtl HI HUSBAND. r4, ; 5c Size j

v, to be asked to contribute, here and now to tell anyone who y ; ? f' t
,want to know (meaning, 01
It t make it a point to see that may t 9
are put where they do course, Barbara and June) that SltMATCHES'
|r dimes or i
[ most good. for the past two weeks and from' :( ; !

lit that asking too much? We now on Lu will be (and has been) 1 '
In't any think so, I think It an assistant editor for this society; L wt .1

ould be the "March of Dollars"It column.

means that some child will ( C )

to walk again, and that's
able Fla., on August 9, 1928 and Is a r 1 I SforlOc
ictly what It does mean. E CAINj'S4"y,
Senior at BHS this year. ,
knows when or where I atrr rw*+
So Y"0/
one y
Cues Who? Well, if you can't f1 w a

IS dreadful enemy may strike di'' figure out who she Is, I guess I'll } I I r .. VALENTINES CAMI TO AMERICA DIIRINO TNI 11001OMSINALUr STRIP BREAKFAST
xt Will it be your son '
have to tell. Her name is Ovada HAND-MADI,THEY LATER IECAME ELEGANT I J
ugbter? Of course, you and I wt ,, i .
pe and pray not, but doesn't Best DaisyCHEESE i
when I
s; enough, especially you who is 5'9" tall, has dark brown POPULARITY. Lb. 45c :
i DO something about !It, so Ii
hair, brown eyes, sits all the timein
and above all, give TODAY'S VALENTINES
the back of the Senior home )t .
room. He has an ambition to bea Lb. 45c
druggist. He likes horses, bunting WITH THE SINDIR POKING FUN AT HIMSELF.VALENTINES I I''

enior BiogsThis fishing and girls. He was t-EXPMf THI HEARTFELT EMOTIONS AND '

on the football team for four L- GOOD CHEER OF A NATION GRATEFUL FOR THE RETURN W1IOLSUNGrapefruit Grapefruit I

girl has an ambition to be years; attended school at BHS OF ITS LOVIO ONES FROM OVERSEAS.
Home EC., teacher. She likes I
He was born In Starke, Fla, on
,fie Economics "A Guy inb" April 28, 1929. Do you know who or Orange. :
and fried chicken. She ..
he Is? Not to be' giving you any 3 Survey Parties pilots under the O. I. Bill of 1'. Finnic T.nndruni, Starke, Flu '
likes conceited people, "Well!" Ally fur llf., 1-10 U 131iv '
around with
hints, but, he goes a Rights. The Airpark now ha
10 doesn't? Her hobby. danc- certain brunette who is about the Added This Week three Cubs, a Boeing and a cin fir l'oeu't. iintiiroiin or Orange JUICEJUICE I I
g, she has blue eyes and brown same height as he. If you can't Taylorcraft. ('<>! %'I'W. Fl.UUIlIt IV CIIAV.:
To Mapping Project tIM t,K.UV.Rmtna .
rly hair Was born in Starke
guess who,he Is.well it is Ben Kathryn Mcfirlde William,
... Claud Holtzendorf., Jr. were (.uirvii1'rot' nnDRhllncut i .IMalntlff.. vat Howard Otis Wllllumn/ \, I
Three surveyparties, add' JS I
V.TA-I.OIIIIXVt IVCHAM: >ufenilnt1tt'lmci, No.: '11:121.: 46 17c t ;. '
., .: ed thIs "'weeK to the local per Chat Y.Janet j ,Il (>KI>im n .' PITHt-ICATIOS oz. can
Evelyn- Manle Grifflit Is a sonnel. fine Army Map Service Rom-nbrrtf. Plaintiff. \ VH, AND NOTfCH. TO Al'PKAK 1
4b1afi sen-I ofd Herbert munbflrir, Defendant. R'I'ATJtl/ K FLORIDA to Howard
4 lor at BHS this yearj.. She Is Blanding :topographic project. H. Cane No. 5331OTinER Oil Wllllnmn, wliuno ronldHncn and t
tall has' blue eyes and red hair.I M. White, head of the concern AND NOTJICP3 OP PrmLfPATIOV TO APPEAR address Hope' Went. In, HI'Vlrirlnln" tel, lion 176, Mt. ,No. 2 Can .- 7c Any Brand. iL i

Evelyn's ambition Is to travel and with contract to make the 'surveys STATE OP FLORIDA to Her You are required to appear onFebiunry
be a housewife; she likes bert Ito.enberg, whose ..oel to stated that 15 men are now r
a aililrom' In: unknown.You named court and e..e.. wherein' CigarettesCarton f
nice clothes and dislikes conceited serving: in the field anti Starke arc required to appear on plaintiff' eeeka. divorce. Bradford.
people. Evelyn was born In computing office for the initial. February 10. 1047. In the above County Telegraph shall publish thlaOrder I
named Court and cause. wherein In next tear weekly Imuea.
Starke, Fla., on July 10, 1928. operations of a schedule outlined plaintiff .e.k. dlvoroe. Ilradforrt Witness my hand and offlcljk' '
She has been a member of the for the next two months 'ounty Telegraph. shall piiblleh thle anal at Htnrfce, Florid, thin Jan. ONIONS :
Order In next tour weekly Unties nnrv 0. 147.OFF1CIAU .
Girls Glee ,Club for four years, R. R. Mcllwalne has been an- Wltnefm my hand and official ( KB AT.) A. J. Thoinaa, '
of collecting seal at Stnrke. Florida this January Ae Clerk of HuUI l Court. I 1.75 i ( '
hobby nounced chief
ALL MAKES and has a as engineer Party I P, 1847.OFPIClAb Hy Lucille C. Conner'D. C. Lb. 3c :
tamps. We extend to Evelyn chiefs are R. O. Kkld, J. J Plqk-: ( anAL) A. J. Thomas, ,.J. John NelHnn, Ono Lynch tlulld.Inr. I I

Work Guaranteed great wishes, In the years ahead. ett and L. O. Rudstrom. Ae Icy Clerk Lucille: of C.said Conner Court., D. C. Atty., Jaekvnnvllln for I'lf. Florida 1-10 4t 1-11 I L I i
White returned last week from .. \
Quick Service The TELEGRAPH has Just received a conference in Washington D. C. -- I I I

new pre-war quality REAL I held for checking: of recently-

EASTERN AUTO rubber bands. Plenty of completed aerial photographicmaps i, I

SUPPLY s-t-r-e-t-c-h and nap and and preparation of the current Mothers.. '
schedule. A number of relights .
STARKE TLA. strength. Four size! at 490 per : ,
guarter-pound box A real bargain. will _be required! he stated/ I '
The aerial photographers are baaed '' :' '
at Deland. .' .' t'" t.. '... t'"
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The three ground crews were" \ {
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his week operating in the neighborhood Telephone 52-J ;
of MldUleburg- deter- f i
Do remember? iI .
you ., mine latitude of designated, longitude points.and When elevation trtUa I I I .: \

complete, the work will provide r.a Jtl r
During the hectic days of detailed maps of a large area In .

Camp pick-up Blandlng and delivery we maintained service \ the vicinity of Camp Blandlng. Baby Dy-Dee' Service, Inc: ;; I: r ;

for the convenience of our Adds Another Cub .

customers in spite of the Conway Airpark announced this announces ,: "t; 1..,

volume of business that taxed week the addition of a Piper Cub The Opening of Its New Office rl, :. ; i : I '
to serve in the training of student
the capacity of our plant. n ,'

We never forgot the patrons 1-r a ..,/ in Starke i : fi : ::
whose patronage we would Deed a IIP
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when normalcy returned.We I NT\e \ .
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still maintain that service .(,.- ', V
4 for laundry and dry cleaning. MUSCULAR PAIN ...iii-.;. .... '. ',{ i 1

It takes both of these ser- ,.' I, 'r', I I. :"; 'fU'.:_ t,

size vices of to the keep Starke an industry Dry Cleaners the RELIE Here 'Is The Finest Diaper Service That ,' ';:: ..h ,'Y t .::' ; ; f

,& Laundry operating at full '
efficiency, furnishing employ- Rub on NEURA'BALM Modern Science and Research Can Produce ii' ; ::-t \: j
ment to around 35 people. .
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again call .
your medication r.Ii.v* r",' ,
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to these services! furnished .. th. .sjiKoinforu el < J i I '

for the convenience. of the -J.- 2. pam.STIMULATING We furnish clean soft sterilized diapers. r? > 'J Sjflfu "L E

citizens of Bradford County upon vein ,

and Starke break circulation. .up thm co cooCeMJuo. help op- We furnish an Anti-Odor, metal Container. : l i "

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Laundry WHEN you rub ftoochin Ncurabalm oo Two Deliveries Each Week .' $1 i: t
patul ifMMS. it Muff to work muamly.Pain ; ,
Dry Cleaning .ub.dai. Fray ffurtac blood. flowingChroiifth
coneM aching muscle The 'rl
are win. mi tenet
Furs caused by airman, .apo..... or I.(..... arc '
relieved. Scientific research Iron N.....* All of These For Only A Few Cents A Day. 'j; i
flats .balm work oJ"'J. tgtttivtty.t as.- .. ;, ;
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Drapes .oreocu Alto, still due neck to,colds,tired, iinftlian.back relief. muscle off or aeutafffi'cpaioa burning., cheat k Baby Dy-Dee Uses Only the Latest, Most Approved :il, I'J \ "

of the akin, t4redburaing ._.
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the ph'.. So ioothing so CLEAN "and err \1t ""I/ : i' F : I j
refreshing to .... who you want tt mad > } t
welcome relief from acuriJgic and muacnJar "a "- :. \ j"

related ache. and Sleep pain better rub,with. feel NeunfeMlra' be....... Highly Feel <;: .v -: Baby Dy-Dee Service Inc. ,=-00 T}"' :' ('? "1 ;
STARKE DRY CLEANERS praised by a..,.. Follow direction In folder.A .. : t
drngstorea k* ZS#.a.4 aod $ .U bold** f'f '

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Woman's Club Meets I Baptist Circles I Blackmon Addresses Pecan Growers Tuesday;i I but he continued his attack------=

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Next Wednesday i:Met This Week Recommends Varieties For Bradford CountySome i Blum and Goldman were- yri IOth

The regular meeting of the Mis' Sara Barefoot was hostessto SO Bradford pecan growers or the first of :March. The grower wounded critically In the Stomach

Lingerie Shower Methodist Circles Starke .Voman's Club will be members of the Business Wom attended a thoroughly informative should apply two-thirds to three- and ran to the street when' uiey

For Bride-Elect Met Here MondayCircle bold Wednesday afternoon, Feb. en's Circle of the Baptist WMUon talk at the courthouse fourths In spring, and the balancein collapsed.
12, at 3:30: o'clock in the club Monday night. Mrs. Ethel M. Tuesday by G. H. Blackmon, head June. Pecans are always high Police said that

Miss Barbara Homo, of Hampton One of the Methodist building. The president, Mrs R. Blgga gave the devotional and of the Horticulture Departmentof users of nutrition, requiring CO, during question.
who will bo married on Sun WSCS' met Monday afternoon A. Green will preside. the program was presented by the Florida Experiment Station to 100 pounds of fertilizer per, ing at headquarters, D mm

{ day afternoon to Robert Barks- with Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, co- Hostesxes for the afternoon will Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs E. Lawson tree. Incidentally, you can't claimed he had two accomplice

dale of Starke, was the honor hostess, Mrs. Titus Olson. The bo Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. Mrs. and Miss Barefoot. At the close As one of the state's leading knock off fertilizing for seven or waiting outside the store, but

guest at a Lingerie Shower In Newcomb home was charmingly Lewis Haines Mrs P. D. Fancher, of the meeting the hostess served authorities on pecan culture Mr. eight years and expect to resume I who escaped when the shooting

Waldo on Tuesday when Mrs decorated with azaleas, pansies Mrs O. L. Beasley Mrs. I* A. sandwiches and coffee to the 17 Blackmon gave a detailed discus full production" I began. He offered to lead

Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., with her and house plants for the occasion. Canova, Mrs. W. H Hart, Mr* members present. sion of soil preferred varieties "Don't plant non-legumes,"i to their a
sister Mrs Hal C. Sessions of St. Mrs W J, Churchwell openedthe C, F. Frazier, and Mrs. W. F. and diseases aa! related to the particular Blackmon stressed. "Oats and. posse Polite,
the Circle Two met with Mrs. P. M. Bradford take from the; however, said he had Invented
1 Paul, Minn., entertained at meeting with prayer and Mrs. Godwin. conditions in rye up nitrogen the
former's home there. J. D. Cottrell presided over the Barefoot Tuesday afternoon. Mrs, County. soil, and are among the worst 1 companions, hoping to make a

Miss Home was presented ont business session during which the Mrs. W. J. Churchwell Clyde Priest program chairman "The best soil," he stated, things you can plant in an orchard' break for freedom during the
led the discussion Jewish and chase.
this occasion with a handsome members agreed to furnish the on "should be loamy, underlaid with to make production. 1
corsage of white carnations, porch recently added to the par- Hostess to WCTU Arabian relations. Following the clay subsoil-the kind that will The experiment station official Demera was being held on an

j which appeared charmingly on sonage. program Mra. Barefoot served a retain moisture ,but will not stay discussed! the grower's spraying ; armed robbery charge pending
Despite the downpour of rain salad course and coffee to the the recovery of Goldman and
Modiste black soil Is at length. Further details -
her gown. Subject of the devotional given wet. Good pecan always program
Friday afternoon members of 15 members The circle Blum.
J i present.
acceptable for general farming as on materials and application
Canapes and Coca-Colaa were by Miss Olive Ray, "Your Master i the Laura Scott WCTU met at will meet next with Mrs. A. J. I
arrival well. were available in bulletins distributed ,
served following the guests I
Proclaims", was illustrated by the home of Mrs W. J. Church- Thomas cohostess.Mrs.. W. R -
after which several games of from several of the I well for their regular meeting. Morse. Mr. Blackmon pointed out that at the meeting. These and I9: rmrriT CeVRT nntPioiiiuAi ''''ono
bingo were played, with Mrs. C. quotations Mra. Churchwell led the Devotional his suggestions were not made other publications on pecan cul- COI'N''Y.. ix tll\\.
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riI; G. Barkudale, of Starke winninga gospels. During the program using as her Scripture Circle Three met Tuesday aft- with a view to the farmers' ;making ture are available at the office, C :Mann Plaintiff. vs Ef.
a set of fruit juice glasses. hour Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Reading Mark 9:23-24.: The Key- ernoon with Mrs. T. B. Harding changes as to their old groves of County Agent T. K. McClane,I Na.tie Evalee Mann\ Defendant "-B,t
of were Adklns "0 Zion .- -a matter more or" less out of who sponsored Blackmon's ap- ORDER OF
Dainty pieces lingerie Mrs. A. Z. sang note waa Faith. Mrs. White closed whose home was attractively decorated PWnUCATIOV
t presented the honoree, who accepted Haste" with the group joining on I this part of the meeting. with azaleas and sweet the question. The Information he pearance( here. ITEvalee AND ATFI) OF1FLORIDA to'ti: /;rrl,
them in her gracious man- offered, however was believed to Mann, whose
for the occasion. The devotional roildencc
Mrs "
the chorus. Following this I A brief business session was peas unknown.
White "The Little 'held and the meeting closed witha topic, "A Christian be of considerable importance to Shafkin Bests You are '
ner.Block J. W. gave din
who to set out new 8re the
t strawberry ice cream, circle of prayer. Mrs. Church- America," was given by Mrs. E plan February 1947, ."bov.
Outlook named Court and
from "World>> cause
Gray Chapel" trees wherein
:with individual heart-shaped cakes well served delightful refresh B. Thomas from Acts I. Plaintiff' seeks divorce Rrndror4
I were then enjoyed, with Mrs ." At the close of the program ments of strawberry short cake The program opened with a review "The preferred varieties for Hold-Up- ManLouis County Order III Telegraph next four shall publish tn|,
I r Stella Johns Collins and little the hostesses served sand- tea and coffee. of the article, "The People Bradford" he said, "are Curtis, sealylatoHtarke weekly limiei nffir-ial.i

Mary Katharine Wadsworth as wiches, cookies, tea and coffee The February meeting will be About Us", ,by Mrs. Burton Moore and Moneymaker. Each uary 2, 1947.Olo'FICIAL'. Florida thlR "'.

alsting the hostesaes. Mrs W. L. Blair, president of at the home of Mrs Ara E. Moltt Rosier. Mrs. M. F. Hazen discussed of these may be Intermittently Shafkin, who operated( a ( SEAL) A. J. Thom
Those were Mrs. Feb. 28 and will be susceptible to scab but on the jewelry and military store An Clerk of said Court.
attending supply
the Society and Mrs. W. J Church-) on Friday Latvian Baptists and Mrs Ily I-iirlll. c. Conner D. C.
Barksdale and Mrs. Lula Mott ot well were visitors at the meetingand an observance of Willard Memorial S. Z.: Sharks circle leader, gave a whole are disease-resistant, of here during the Camp Blanding Za'h H. Douglas, Gainesville pu?
7' Starke. Mrs. Q. P. Wadsworth, Mrs. W. L. Anderson was Day, which date occurs on short review on the Jews. The good quality and yield. period is In a hospital at Miami Atty. for Plf."_ 1.3 Vt l-t\

Sr., Mrs. Collins, Miss Norma welcomed as a new member Feb, 17.Birthday. program concluded wjth Mrs. W. "Because of the rainfall during Beach today after successfully if! cmeriT COVIt?. MRnponn
F Horne and moot of the summer In the south- t'4i'vi'Y' F..OIUUAI IN CLASS; _
Sweeney, Mrs J. W. I L. Brownlee's talk on "Looking matching his fists with the blazing C.I'Y.
daughters, Betty .and Martha of Mrs W. H Nollman was host Dinner Ahead." Offering was $15.00. I east, many varieties'are not suit- revolver of a holdup man who Beimia Lea North Plaintiff, ...
{ Hampton Mrs. J. H. McAlhaneyand ess in her Maflaon! Street home to 1 able to this area being highly attempted to rob his Miami Beach Aaron U. North, Defendant Can,
At the end of the Mrs. NO. 6314.
program .
Mrs. E. C. Eberhardt of members of Circle Two. Mrs. Joe For Dr. MiddletonIn served coffee susceptible to the diseases which jewelry atore. i ORDER Of PtrBLICATIOV:
Reevesvllle! S. C. Martinez, chairman, presided over wiches, potato chips and, land-I follow rain." In this category Police said Louis Shafkin, despite :I STATIC AND NOTICE OF: FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Aaron
the meeting which was opened celebration of an eventful Blackmon named the SChley, a shoulder wound, grappledwith O. North. whoa residence I is un.
Mrs. Kite HostessAt with prayer by Mr, W. B. Mid- birthday anniversary, his seventieth the group. Eleven members and 1 which la readily a victim of scab, the younger gunman during Known.You are required. to
dleton. friends of Dr. W. E. Mid- one visitor, Mrs. W. E. Bailey of a disease which causes the nut the attempted .holdup Tuesday February 8 19 7. In the appear above on

Bridge-Luncheon The Missionary program was dleton were guests at his homeon Chadbourne, N. C., were present. to turn black and fall off or fall night aa wild bullets felled David ,nf'V.'I.Court: ; "and divorce cause, Bnid'oril wherein:.
I Mrs. L, D. Vining Thursday night of last week. to develop. Other varieties neg- Goldman County Telegraph shall
Wednesday of last week Mrs presented by The meeting closed with prayer Shafkln's partner, and publish thin
Included the Order In next four
The birthday dinner was seivedon atively considered weekly tnsuej
with Mrs Anna R. Guy and Mrs Mrs. Clel Blum, a clerk in the
by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. 'my
J. R. Kite entertained with a
a table attractively ornamented Van Deman-"not a heavy bear- sealYiat'Sta Florida this Jan..
Heinz. Included( In the program Miami Beach store. The jeweler '"*' >
bridge-luncheon at her home. : with a centerpiece of sweet- Mrs. R. B. Alvarez will be host er";; the Stuart, which requires a uarjr 4 Iv47
was a letter from a missionary finally gained possession of the
Fiesta colors were the motif off for the next (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thorn.t,
and the host's meeting. level of nutrition fertilizer
( i to India explaining the rationingof peas favorite red very high ( gun and used it to bludgeon the Aa Clerk of said Court.
decoration blue iris
using yellow festivals carnations. ) and more cold for the Ry Lucille. C. Conner, D, C.
for bandit unconscious.
chrysanthemums and flame-red: religious Present to wish Dr. Middleton Recent Births tree's "rest period" than is Ziioh H Douglas, dalneBvllle, Fla
work Atty. for Plf.
l gladioli. Assisting In. serving: and describing a new amongthe When the police arrived, Shaf 1-3 4t l-z
Returns" in Bradford -
article "Many Happy were Dr. ordinarily experienced
wives. An
luncheon at the bridge tables Burma young and from the on J, M. Hembree, Dr. M. D. Herlong, Mr and Mrs. Horace Cain, Gra- The Teach was rated as one kin was still on his feet and had
were Mrs. J. O. Godwin and Mrs. : Wolff settlement a report in Tampa were Roy Ward V. H. Howard E. L. ham, girl (Sharon Annette), January of poor quality, with returns not used his necktie to tie the gun-
i man, later Identified
J. W. Klncald.
Raymond Have
also given. All present took part Matthews, and Dr. T. Z. Cason 16. affording a spraying: program.
Demers 31 of Lawrence
Following several progressionsof in the devotional a studof)/ the and, E. L. Middleton, both of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Hatcher, Commenting un other varieties, Mass. your portrait
bridge Mrs.S, W. Kincaid Lord's Prayer. Jacksonville Mlddleburg, girl, January 28. Blackmon rated tho Mayhan as a Another clerk, Paul Ragona was
holder of high score, was awardeda "large, fancy nut but which some unharmed by the fusillade of bul- madein
box of stationery and Mrs R. P. At the close of the meeting years may scab severely and fill lets. He told police that Demers the
j Stubbins, second, a box: of notepaper Mrs. Nollman served tea. sand poorly." As to the Randall, whichIs entered the store on the pretextof

:,. wiches and candy found in the county in some having some emeralds appraised. surroundingsof

t Guests for the occasion were numbers, the horticulturist stated He drew a .45 calibre revolver
:Mrs. O. L. Beasley :Mrs. Junius Miss Horne HonoredAt I that the type "scabs too badly from a small leather case, according your own homes

Smith, Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs.F. : without spraying, and requires a to Ragona, and orderedthe
F. Stump, Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Hampton PaTty .. I highly nutritious soil. However, store's personnel to sit down

? kb Mrs. :M. F. Brown and Mrs J, W. held at the an IA all tUlnga, with agriculture, at several display; tables.
Kincaid; Mrs. Thomas of Gainesville A lovely party wall j L Vllr. for once, we fooie<| the bnautyi will be missing front" Walnut there may f 'be many variations. As :Demers stood over them with .\,,, ,

tf and Mrs. J. G. Godwin. Mrs home of Mr. and Mrs: 'c, C. Tilt Je ether man And got tho: Birth- Street this spring That Some Bradford farmers report the cocked revolver, said Ragona,I T. H. Osborne

R. P.' Stubbins, Mrs. Joe Wallace well of Hampton on Saturday day Bail down In, the record beFore lovely dog wood In front of the good results with the Randall. Shafkin shouted "look behind

and Mrs. L. F, Chapman of the night when the Misses Betty and ? the freeze arrived ." Us- D.. E. Knight residence sickened "For Improved production, threeor you!" Demers fell for the ruse WRITE BOX 423
State Farm. I Ethel Mae During and Madge and died this fall and fell before four applications of spray a- and when he turned, Shafkin dived OR CALL AT
hit ] butI
ually they simultaneously,
the woodsman's ax this week .
Gay entertained honoring Miss doubt if even the mischievous bout blooming time were recom- at him and began a struggle HOOA EH BROS. STUDIO
Reddish-Davis mended. for the gun. The bandit wheeled
Barbara B. Home, whose mar- could have cooled the Hear that Itublnoff concert .
: mercury For cover crops the speaker and shot Shafkin in the shoulder, -- #
:Mr. and Mrs A. C. Davis announce riage to Robert C. Barksdale of ardor of the throng that filled the tickets are going like hot cakes, placed high endorsement on blue

the marriage of their Starke will take place In the First USO building Thursday'night of so you'd better speak up quick if lupine-with the seeds to be

daughter, Melvene, to Marcus Baptist Church, Hampton, on Sun- last week for another memorableBall you'want a reserved seat planted just before harvest. The Any Radio Repaired
Reddish of Hellbronn Springs on day, Feb. 8. in a long series of successes The coveted cardboards may be seeds must be Inoculated. "Crota- --- $2.00PLUS

Saturday, February 1, in Georgia. As usual, this event pulled obtained from any member of the (aria spectabulls is not desirable,
Games appropriate to and COncerning Rotary Club or at the Chamberof ( PARTS)
Those who attended the impressive 'em In from far and wide, and being toxic to livestock. Experi-
double ring ceremony were the betrothed couple were there were the Nat Sternbergs up Commerce office Add at- ments around Gainesville are Phonograph Parts and Service

Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish and enjoyed with popular love songs, from Daytona and Wilma and T tractive additions to the local showing an early blooming strain Estimates and Tube Testing FREE!

Miss Margaret Reddish, parents both old and new, sung In har- K. McClane over from Gainesville scene: vivacious brunette Georg- of indigo to be very satisfactory." All Work Guaranteed 90

and sister of the bridegroom, Mr. mony with the Rev. Lloyd L. -among tho notable out-of-town- ette Delingne who arrived last Turning to fertilization, he stat DaysBrown's
ffl and Mrs, A. C. Davis anti the King of Orlando, house guest of era Incidentally Nat's speech week from Cambrat, France to be- ed, "the ideal time for complete -- -

bride's sister and brother, Joyce the Tldwells, at the piano proved to be one of the "hits" of come tho bride of John Crews In fertilization Is just before the Radio Service
and Clifton. A beautiful hand-painted vase the evening when he was called the State Farm Community Houseon ; buds begin to force outnormally -

For her bridal ensemble the was presented to tho honoree by upon by master of ceremonies Lex Feb 19 The happy culmination the latter part of February Rear Bus Station Temple ''Ave. & 10th St.

r bride chose black crepe with path the hostesses as a memento of Green ". It consisted of Just of another wartime romance 1
ent accessories.Mr. the occasion.A two words: "Let's dance! . .. Add memorable. musi- -
cal moments: hearing attractive 1 tl
And the
and Mrs Reddish are living delicious) salad course, with crowd was certainly
t, i, near Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish Coca-Colas, was served, buffet ready to after a rather lengthy 3-year-old Carolyn Kay Childers
sing "Sioux City Sue" With
floor show $ rr;
at Hellbronn the :
Springs. style, to guests. her delightful lisp It comes out: 1J'r

Tho subdued lighting: effect and "Doo Ditty Doo" .

x DRAKE SIGN SERVICE my falling eyesight prevents me
from reporting In detail upon who Quite an unusual, but delectable
?, "Signs of All Kinds" NEON wore what, but by dint of some supper was enjoyed at the Al- fl,3ulova anJ fiti in Wale *

t: SPRAY PAINTING very strained squinting I did man- vares home Monday night .
Seems that ,Bill Graham and
age to note Marian Brown look-
AUTOS and REFRIGERATORS 17 and 21 Jewels
Ing simply devastating in black brother-in-law Laddie Rowton
Serving Northeast Florida net and taffeta Marjorie Col- (G'vllle) went fishing on the

Phone 70 Starke 'Flo. P. O. Box 124 ley moat attractive in something Oklawaha Monday afternoon and
prcdominently gray, and Louise by some quirk of fisherman's fate i
Snyder appearing In blue taffeta came home with a four-foot juvenile -

strapless, fashioned by the clever alligator They skinnedthe Sitvt/"IV

Sun. Mon. Tues. fingers of her mother Dot varmint and Katty Monteith iantonit-i
(Lappe) Anderson was lovely In carved the tall into tasty alligator

Feb. 9- 10 11 palo pink, also strapless and Loy- steaks Hear they went very .
I STARKE FLA. ree Hartmann In becoming black well with french fries and coffee

., was the center of an admiring And while we're on the sub-
ey M q. ; R. _. .. n group of eyes Notable on the ject of food Judge Adkins '. .. .

TEMPOS TUNED TO A LATIN BEAT!,/ floor show was youthful Dolores vows that hoe cake corn breadIs ; Ladies and Gents Stone Rings
Ann Hancock in a pink gown practically ruined by cutting
/' teSALrRSt singing "Alice Blue Gown", then with a knife It should ALWAYS ,
y 3flMPORTER making a quick change to black be broken the Judge says
face for a clever. version of Ant who am I to dispute' h" .... ... ..
a S'IRk "Shortenin Bread" Glimpsed word, far he Is truly a connoisseur ,
Ernie and Cleone Dowling among *f corn bread and cow peas!

the interested spectators Yes, Glad to hear that Mayor ) Parker and .. Waterman Pens
M the 1017 Ball was a distinct success Charles Darby Is overing his at- :

ti tit -even from the financial tack of whooping cough ,
angle! Seems ho caught It from the kiddies r. : .

p .

Word eoiiwn from Blue Mountain .
It'll be wedding' hell. for S. G. '
College (Miss.) that our own r
Caudle Hazen. who graduatedfrom Denmark and Ernestine Morris' I Watch Repairing ;"

pa ,I that Institution last June, when they say "I do" In Pompano
(44111 GO has been elected queen of the New Sunday Ernestine la back at *
Orleans Baptist Seminary Sweet. her homo there now after work-
..rlOea heart Banquet which was held Ing In Starke for some time. first Jewelry Repairing

last night Congratulations at Canova's and later in Judge t
to another Belle! of Bradford who perryman's office Congratu
has brought an added iota of fame lations to Catharine Nollman who

to our fair city Glimpsed John has just been Initiated Into Phi

IseQeelfae Wq Inman In town the other day and Alpha, Theta, national historical

r deK.T interested to learn that he Is now fraternity ., .

\+ Hit > lair fidre abuHCS with Standard Oil and stationed These typewriter key. are powerful GEM JEWELRY
i In Tallahassee, after severing his cold Gotta stop now and
FULTON BeCOSDOSH relations with that South Floridaair warm my hands So long .
Mao freight company Sorryto See you In the next PHONE 170
-- News and Comedy note that a favorite object of -Carolyn.

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IBs! of LOCAL NEWS I H. A. Lawson Beef Cattle Business Is Run Starke Dry Cleaners County Telegraph h : this County Telegraph shall publlrh this I
Order In next four weedy:: I I.eues, Order In n.lIrour weekly teauea.Wltneea f
IOn Cooperative Plan- Whole Family Works j Willie n,1h..nd/ end official my hand and official
--- ; Given PublicityA m-nl ut $tsrk.. .'IorhtlIhl.. 6'S:". sent at Ktnrke, Florida' thin Fib
rimrv 4. 1917.IOFFICIAL runrv 6. 1847.OKPH'IAI. .
tf.nd Mrs. Charles Hender-' Mrs. Janie Avery of Atlanta I Is I Perhaps the most enterprising has no range cattle. Starke business firm receiv.ed URAL) A. J. Thomas ( HTOAr.) A. J. Thomas, f
Jack- spending several here beef-rattle business between A. Clerk or aId Court Aa dork of said l ,'''tort.HI" .
Ld family, formerly of days with Jacksonville The beef cattle are shipped in recognition in a national trade Hv '.ul'lII. C. Conner, P. C. Lucille "'. I'onm-r, n. C. ,
/ moved Into the her mother, Mrs. Hattie Hath- and Gainesville Is that of from Texas Oklahoma. Kentucky, paper when the current Issue of T. Frank I.nndrum, Starke, Pin.Atly Z'h H. ..o..orl..""' CItlne.vlltr. .111. I
have for I'lf. *-7 U t-t for IMf U t.j ,
,lie II. A Lawson, whose 27-acre farm Georgia, Alabama and Florida. Ally
cock.For "The
St., which Starchroom Laundry Journ- I
Walnut -
North home portraits stand on Highway 200 in North Two : : i
011 see T. n weeks ago he received 49 I
from Mr. ,)......... at", published In New York City, in rntrrir .COCRT nil tnem nnCot M n T I C HNutlin
recently purchased See' ad on Dates Starke, approximately a mile from head from two diverse points -- carried the following Item XTV, FI,.>IIIU/t| IN {'IIA>- In heruby : allwhiini I
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N. Sternberg. Mr. Hen- Dr. W. E. Middleton Is spending the city limits.Somewhat Forth Worth and Live Oak. <'icnv. : It nmv concern : :1nh I.
lily of "STARKE. FLA. Junlus M. Walter J. HroHjck, Plaintiff vn. mv Final itvpfirt, a" Artmlnletratrlxof
D Is president Florida this week at his camp in Georgia. depleted of funds There's no particular schedulefor Mnry Frosjpfc, Defendant ('"..> :No. lie tCntateof llobrrt T. Iodd. lieteunr (
Friends of Mrs. George Tsolis, after Smith, owner of the Starke Dry 6307.onnBR South Florida r
bank .
failures slaughtering "only as .
for we Cleaners and Laundry announcesa OF pttnt.ic'ATiovAND : fur Final Discharge. to R. K I'erry-
m and i'Ie> fl"1 your who recently returned to her Mr. Lawson and family arrived need," Mr. Lawson reports. "We (' '] TO APPKAU man, County Judge' of 'ITadfonlt'ounty I
.noj Hummer Splrelta gar- home here after being seriously' here 13 new service for his customersthe STATK;; OK KI-OltiriA to', Mary iriorldn, oil March llth,
o. Glnll'' one-place pro III In a Gainesville hospital, will slow, steady comeback process In unknown. riooritella r>ndd Norris I
On the
t coJ"ICtll, brassiere." '' belts, regret to learn that It became which led to side there's an acreage through a process which makes You are required la appear on AilntlnlHtratrlx. i.
Frank present operationsthat devoted to regulation vegetable clothing! water-repellent. He points March 10, 11147. In the above 2-T It 5.25I.e I
mill arment.-MJ'II. necessary for her to receive further embrace the butchering of named Court and cause, wherein I
Splrella Cor etlere.o farming and sugar cane. But the out that the process makes clothes plaintiff seeks divorce. Rradfnrd 1
pr, your tfs. hospital treatment. She Is about 12 or 15 head a week, on main order of the day aroundLawson' hold a crease longer; resist rain County Telegraph. shall publish this 1'III.t'T', c-OI'IIT. DR \Upon.> I
In St. Luke's .. .-|'liTV.'' KLUIII1IAI IM: 111A\-
now Jacksonville the average. He haa butchered Order In next four weekly .is., .
Is the of the bull spots and water spots CKHV.Tlieudiiro.
Grew and daugh- pop ; keeps witness my: hand end official :
Audrey Tuesday >In Mrs. Arthur Williams and Mrs. 58 In a single week. Mr. Lawson whip, and the shout of hands as stains from penetrating fabric, veal at Htarke. Florid thin February It. nreve. Plaintiff, Vs.Maureen :t
palsY, spent C. F. Chapman spent one figures that in the past 12 4, 1947.OH'KICIAL tirove, Imfendiinl. CanaNo j, ( I
where Patsy consult- day years they direct fine beef cattle to the making garments easier to clean; 8KAL) A. J. Thomas It40n.OHDKIi. I
w nville last week shopping In Jackson he and his hands Felix Sullivan butcher pens and causes clothing to stay clean Aa Clerk of en I it Court. OP PURLtfATIONANI I
i eye specialist.obnfller villa and Chester Wise, have slaugh- I y Lucille' O. Conner, D. C. NOTU-M TO APPTCABHTATIJ
U heater and longer. T. Vrnnk Landrum. Starke, Flit OP KM'>IITI I A tot Maureen
Co. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthewsleft tered upwards of 18,000 head Alt). for I'M. 1-T 41 x-25 (1ftve, whottA tenldenru and adHreeM. / ,
Denmark Rites Saturday IN: .111011'111101 I HlrwKt Hun 1'1.1f0.
Saturday for Orlando where Most of the meat !la cut up and I IN iinri'ir .'01;HT. nntnronnlll IY riRCI'IT OOI'HT.- HH.tltntllOritllMTV. ,'ft ii (...nlu.Vim .
they will visit their soninlawand slaughtered In his own market on For S. R. Johns Sr. .. ', KI.UHtlltl' Ctl.fV-: "" ...lIln'l IM 1'1\0. me ren uir.d l to
.'iuv.Olive ("KIIV.Diinlrl In theeahoy..
:Match 10. 11147.
FRID.YFEB.. 21 1 daughter Dr. and Mrs. H. B Washington street An amount is Retired MerchantSilas Hnnat.ru imbxrt. Plaintiff.VH. I. Mi-CU'llun, Plaintiff. VNAdit "".n'd court: and entice, wherein
J McLendon.Mrs. sold by wholesale. Junior umhort' l>d."dlnl.'C VtrKlntH MrClpllnn. l Defendant. lilnliitlff seeks divorce Nradforiltiunlv I
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lino Nil 6596.OIdOEIt ti Me N. R403OHUKIl Tcleicruph' shall publthh this
|::30 I P. :M. 8:15: P. M.\ E. W. Childers and daugh The layout on the Lawson place R. Johns 68, pioneer op FITU..ICATION: OF", PITI1L1CATION: Order, In next four weekly laeuee.Vltn .
'NIOTICFJ: TO APPEAILSTATE AND NOTES TO APPKAfl \ "iia my bond ant official
Includes feed lot, milK house, Bradford merchant, cat-
ters, Barbara Jean and County .. .
Carolyn "
OK '\ toJunlnr: HTATH I''' KMMMMA Art* **nl lit Htarke Florida' Ihle Feb
LORIDA THEATRE Kay: and Mrs.: C. F. Chapman slaughter house with clean concrete tleman, and farmer, died Thurs- IMlmh..I. whoNO lf>Mltl iiirn .and uittlrntiM Virginia' 111<'1'1.111111. wh.... rvMlilenrt ruaiv 4. lui.IO6'b'tt'iAI. .
30 I It*: Stets' Penitentiary ('olumhla la I II.A I 8pnr"i' Pliirt' : l3AT.) A. J. Thomas,
Starke Fla. spent Friday visiting friends In floor and butcher pen. day night, Jan. In a Jacksonville Hnuth inrnlnit) 'onkUn, New York : .\n Clerk. of ttld. Court.
Alachua where the Tidewater Ol Everything on the farm was built hospital' following a week's You lire runiilrori to npetllr on You are rmiulrud' to nppoar on Hv l.mlllu I'. t'oniier, r". I'.
March: 10. I'JIT.' .lit lie above March 10, P.H7.' In the ntinvenntueil WIllluin" It. MurKan, Fifth Floor t
members of the critical Illness. He had been
Co.. with which Mr.\ ChIlders !la by familyIncludIng In tiamiM, Court und, cnuno, wherein court and cause, wherein I "I'Urk Hlilw .liuknonvllle' ., Fin' I
connected, is now drilling for oil sons Charles, 15, and Bud 9, poor health, sine 1932 plaintiff nevka dlvurro Bradford plaintiff seeks divorce, IlradCord I Ally for rif. \-7 It S-i I t

WTMISSand; Mrs. T. H. Osborne supervisor and daughters Elizabeth, 18, Julia Horn In Hampton, as were his --% :
of Bradford Elean, 12. and Agnes 11. Mr. parents, the late Levi! and Martha
County schools
will attend the annual supervisors' Lawson reports that they all Jones Johns, he wall married thereIn IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO DETTER AT i t ,

helped in the construction, and 1902 to Miss Julia Hutson who /
conference In Gainesville Feb ?
Denmark Furniture Co. .
John H.
11-15, and will serve on the resolutions are born to the cattle business and survives him. (
horsemanship ,
committee at the requestof Mr. Johns wonted /his way up to PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
Julia, who raises ducks, plays the t ton
State Superintendent Colin a partnership In the W. G. Seals .
Iu4VIOL piano and helps her Mamma. m
English. I General Store in Hampton In
Two-burner oil heaters<< and The youngsters are expert riders 1903, and became a cotton buyer ''r
j jr
stoves at Denmark Furniture Co. as many will testify who have 'and cotton gin owner there soon Universal i Vacuum CleanersCleans i

r 1 Miss Virginia Sewell, a stu- attended the Legion races on the afterward. He was the owner of .
dent at FSCW Tallahassee, spent East Call street track. These several fine farms In this county, f '

the weekend here with her par- events which began with the and was also a prosperous cattle- Sprays 13 Shampoos
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Wainwright Homecoming, frequently -
(/yl ttd' ttitlrbtNr.l saw steeds ridden by man.Moving r
James Carson of Pittsburgh Pa., to Starke In 1917 he ATTACHMENTS.
+w..F, spent last week with his son and Charles, Elizabeth, and little I!opened a general merchandise DeMothsDeOdorlzes Polishes and Purifies
daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Agnes up front or "in the money."
feed, and fertilizer store here In
Wallace Carson.Mr. Charles a dlmlnuitlve 68- partnership with O. J. Griffin 74.95
and Mrs. Edward Foy and pounder, will be Bradford's only and later bought out the Griffin The Air

daughter, Louise, of Leesbnrg entry to display four fine Here- Interest In 1925 he added a ____.. .. .... ___., '" I" I I I f
were guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. ford steers at the SoutheasternFat wholesale grocery department,
IUv4s1 0i rrtrlgL.
7/fl( Adams and Dr. M. B. Herlong Stock Show, to be held in and in 1931, In partnership with "

Sunday. Ocala. They're "Tom Dick and,! his two sons,. he opened a retail Radio & Record Player Combinations

Two-burner oil heaters<< and Harry" each about a year old, grocery and market. Retiring

stoves at Denmark Furniture Co. and weighing from 850 to 950 from active management of the We Ilar.'e..t Large Come In and Select t
Mrs. T. F. Grady and Mrs. D. pounds, and "Buster," who at 10 business In 1932. because of fall- 69.50

B. White of Fernandina, who has months, weighs about 900. Ing health, he sold, his holdings In Selection : Yours Now f

been the guest of Mr- Grady and Mr. V. R. Ferguson's FFA boys 1942 to his son, Carl Johns. I
Mrs. C. Manassa, left Wednes- have recently been observing the I He was affiliated with the Chris ------ -- "-

day for several days In Atlanta. steers while training for the live tian Church the W.O.W., the M. : : -: i

Mrs. R. G. Klddrs.. Geo. stock Judging contest at the Flor- i W.A., and the Masons Cedar Chests :ri-:;;: !i I

Flynn and Paul Canova spent 'ida State Fair, In Tampa. The Funeral services were held sat- .
p. .S wa'ep'y.11liMeesyhrr Monday in Jacksonville. I boys practice evaluating general urday afternoon at :3 o'clock In With Tray

Mrs. N. T. Ritch returned Wednesday I appearance, fore quarters, hind the first Christian Church of 1
= FINISH Leatherette
from Hialeah. 'quarters quality and condition, Starke with the Rev. J. B. Dixon r I !
e ., MIiJMSbF' Tuo-burner oil heaters<< and 'recording each steer according to officiating. Interment was in the '' Originally Priced Folding Type I I I

stoves at Denmark Furniture Co. his respective rank. Contest win- family lot at Crosby Lake Cemetery 49. ))5 .
Wm Mr.: and Mrs. Howard Wilkins I ners are those whose records most under the direction. of De- 17.95 I,

of Detroit Mich.; "t were guests : closely" mUch the judgement of I Witt C. Jones Now 39 95 Large Size ; I It \

earlier this week of Col. and Mrs. traned! experts. In addition to his wife, Mr. _u '

Prices Including Tax D. E. Knight.: Mrs. Wilkins is February 8 Is the date for the Johns Is survived by two sons, ?J A One I Week .OllillSlilthtly Used
the former Miss Louise Thede of FFA contest. Some 00 or 80 Carl and S. R. Jr., both of Starke; *

Evening Lawtey. local boys will attend, with threeto two daughters Mrs. J. M. Edwards Baby Beds k I 'I

...ni in the and grain. Augusta, Ga. two Other Bargain '
three hay Christy ; ** r'I
AdmlHHion ____ 1.80 Complete I
Williamson ] I
judging competition. brothers, Garfield Johns Hamp- [
Charles' splendid steers are not ton, and Perry Johns, Jacksonville Shop Our Store 1

Afternoon Electric Service the only fine cattle to be seen on ; and two sisters, Mrs Ellen HelCularly.( 19.95 I Ir" '

|ulont Tickets ______. ..13nrral I I the Lawson farm. There's a bull Saxton and Mrs. Hester Griffin, _. '.---......_ ,. I ,
Polled Hereford weighing about both of Hampton.
I .lilmlwlon, ___-__ 1.80 Electrical Repairsand a 1300 pounds.\ Mr. Lawson mostly Active pall bearers were J. P. Just Chrom & Leatherette Sofas & Chairs :

House Wiring has Hereford at the present' Roberto. F. F. Stump Harmon Arrived ,

(Tickets Now On Sale time. However, he buys ShortHorns Slbley It. C, Ritch W. M. Edwards I i

lumber of Commerce Office FREE ESTIMATES ', and occasionally Black II. A Lawson, Charley E. :iI ,
= Angus and others. On the farm Johns, and L, A. Canova. I '
F HO fit__ cattle.. A
[liinoff Concert Sponsored by Temple & Lake Service Sta. now couple are of pure head bred milk cows, BHS Fails to Shake Washing NOW Greasing j i. !

Rotary club of Starke I Phone 179 Starke Fla I (:Guernsey and Jersey), 50 head

of hogs and five cow ponies. He Losing StreakIn Polishing OPEN Tire Repairs 4' !


children Mra. T.spent! Frank the Landrum week-end and in still a rough and rocky road WAINWRIGHT'Sy t1, i

Sell Your TIMBER NOW Srooksvllle with Mr. and Mrs.. for the '47 BHS Tornadoes In the t

basketball department, as
J r. A. Landrum. I, I
oil heaters and boys' and girls' teams this week I :

Highest CASH Prices Paid saves Two-burner Mary at Sue Denmark<< Epperson Furniture spent Co.the'I again elusive sought winning but failed combination.to locatean PURE OIL SERVICE STATION 'I. I ;I :

weekend, with her grandparents, Double-headers and home games
and Mrs.! R. L. Richard of remained generally In order but 'i !
Mr. Corner Temple Avenue and Pratt Street I I'fII
WILL BUY IN BULK fatkaonville. results were a small source ol ,

OR BY THE UNIT Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Carson comfort to fans who are hoping I

and son, Frank. James Carson for the local cagers to shake the (Next to Bowling Alley) )' I j
and Mrs. Pate Gassett were sightseeing 111 luck that has dogged! their .
trail since the beginning of the I '
in St. Augustine r' '
'' I

EDWIN\ W. PECKI Mr.son and Tommy Mrs. spent T. B.Sunday Hardingand Infarksonvllle. season.Scores for the week: On last Yale Tires 600x16-17.25 Puritan Radios 29.75 ,2 I.f't t 1

Friday twin losses In opposing

I 0. Cox 463 Gainesville, Fla. Two-burner. oil heaters and Hawthorne, with the boys topped Yale Heavy Duty Tubes G. E. All-Glass Sealed ,:. :

Denmark Furniture CaMr. S3 to 34, and the girls' 59 to 25; I
Send Me A PostcardAnd stoves: at the droppedone 600x16 3.90 '
1.45 .
and Mrs. P. M. Barefootwere on Saturday quintet Beams- .
I {Wilt Come To See You guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. to Macclenny 37 to 24, while ,, '> ,
lost, 37 to 18; on Tuesday -
Sun the girls '
F. Barefoot in Sanderson on a crack Alachua quintet EXPERT BATTERY SERVICE : ;

day.Misses! Idalou and Marjorie stopped the Starke lads 67 to 30 ,
and the girls' trailed In a hotly .
FSCW, are
Davis students at :
THEAJRB//' I.spending the week-end with their played contest, 29 to 22. r
Fans observed this week that

i, parents.Golden Mr.|gifts and for Mrs.golden R. J. Davis.wedding the locals are now battling some SATURDAY SPECIAL I "; ; :
besides regulation competition : .
annlv<<"nart.... AI...> w ddlnicgtftn thing J
brtltoThe brld -'. --namely, a lack of self-con I t
San. Mon. Feb. 9. 10 for fidence. While "expertlng" from 1 ; 1
S Z-3I: One Quart
IRVING IN TECIINI- Shop| .>. 303 W.E. Madlxon.Brown of Nashville the sidelines was strictly Inap- ,, l n t' '
Mrs. W. :
'ERLIS'S "BLUE SKIES" COLOR Tenn., was the guest of propriate. It was generally be- l'i!: :': :

mOle' CruMby Fred Astalre Joan Caulfield Mrs. If. L. Brownlee on Thurs conquer lieved that this once familiar the losing two streak teams 35c TIOLENE MOTOR OIL ;

Tut'!I. Wed. Thurs. Feb. 11 12 13 day.Mrs.. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs.this show hazard results.their ability There will remains begin no to (Pure Oil's Best) ; 1. :
Wilson are spending ,
Jos. E. ,N I

"STRANGE WOMAN"I.amarr weekend Orownlee'a, Mr. and In son-in-law Metier Mrs. Karl: Ga.and,Johnson.with daughter Mm.- presently doubt supporters among start that the winning.the school's teams. true will For Only lOc ::;;!t.t, t p .

lIedy Ceo. Sanders Louis Hayward Barefoot and Miss Games scheduled at the local
Mrs. P. M. '

pri. Sat. Feb. 14 15 DOUBLE FEATURE afternoon Sara Barefoot In Jacksonville spent Thursday with Armory Sanderson for this, 7:30: week-end p. m. on Friday are. or One Quart Purol FREE ,I iT: j ; :

and with Lake Butler, 7:43: :
"TWO STRANGER"Charles Judge A V. Long and AttorneyH.
V. Knight of Gainesville were p. m. on Saturday. With Purchase of 10 Gallons of GasolineLOUIE ,: : '. I ,

Starrett Smiley BurneUe guest Sunday of Co!. and Mr .'0...'. .
and "UNKNOWN"E D. E. Knight. Tim TELIXiBAPII h... Just recwlvnl ,' II
Hans Walker and
Mr and Mrs.: I

UE SKIES" will> be held' at the RItz Theatre Mrs. Katharine Andrews are attending new pre-war quality URAL I
over Florida State Fair In rubber bands. Plenty o ftreteh 1
11 Owner
ori/Y' 11'ednesday J Thursday, February :' Tampa this week. .- and *nap and --- \ '
engagement .
f "Ft prices will prevail during For wedding portrait see T. IL ntmfth. Foot sizes at 4Dc .....rquarte..pouDd
L lie Skies". box. A real .,
j () bome. See *4 on page 4. bargain .

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Civil Service Clerks \\StarIie Fishermen Receive Top Awards In State Contest Prevatt ours. They shivering were, in i a l II U*I II ,

Needed In Five One Woman'sOpinion hadn't thought to w IIIn('l
but it wouldn't have "
Southern StatesFred children, anyhow I'd Ilk r t
.t P PTA members to )
.1i k rrIf see i, '
F. Stump, local postmaster f
1 1in
itors can't get here ea ,t
stated this week that 20,000
t9 5 ) tP, the morning to wa .1
Federal Civil Service clerks are t
buildings before the M1
needed in the southeastern division
By BIHce Ross rive A lot of them
which include the states of h.i
colds ,as the result of in,
Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South At the last PTA meeting I rooms this morning." CI
Carolina and Tennessee. The L ie7 heard one of the most gallant
I wish that
starting salaries range from has every pareiv
speeches that it been my <:at
c- p have seen the
$1756 to $2394 and the concern with '
per year t"" privilege to hear for quite some \nn
appointments are probatlonal 6 ,nras time. It was made by Mrs. Leola Mrs. Roberts spoke. I know th
leading to permanent classified Roberts, one of the first grade would feel just as I and be than,
ful for teachers such
appointments. teachers, and was a direct appeal as she 'I'
'4 The clerical positions to be to the PTA for the welfareof PTA agreed to consider the l11a
filled include accounting, fiscal, 8 w A? the students. I cannot quoteit ter when the group meets spa

auditing, statistical, time, leave,, b. exactly, but will do the best I this month. Just what they ,
payroll, personnel, information, can to get In print her words: do, I do not know; but I do km,

stock, purchasing, correspondence,, I "This morning when I came In. this-I don't want my child to!
In cold school
a room all day, ,
proofreading, mail, file, record :
to my room at nine o'clock the I believe other ''mothers
and many others. Examination tee) [iI\
temperature was 48 degrees At
It is to
same up parents
5000-AB, to
applications on form *
I ten o'clock it had risen slightlyto
that such things this
which can be obtained at the as are do-
51. The children were cold
with and that
pORtoffice here, must be submitted Dr. M. B. and Carl Ida. Fuller Warren. Jacksonville away our chll1
Herlong and shivering Some of them had
to the Fifth US Civil Service I are at least kept warm while \th,
master of
Lamar attorney, was cere
Johns Starke's winning come a long way to school and study.
i entrants In the state-wide fishing, monies. were already chilled before entaring I
contest, came homo from the Dr. Herlong is pictured above the building: took them My c1 cheeks to Mrs. Robert. aj
JUST RECEIVED with his .1 I I her love for her students.
Florida Tackle and Gun Club'sannual as he was presented out into the hall and huddled

banquet In Jacksonvillelast motor by Paul O. Mains, secre- them around the radiators, but

Ii I A Carload Of week, covered with glory and tary-treasurer of the Tackle and even they didn't give out much,I The TELEGRAPH now e.arrlI ,

I I carrying something much more Gun Club He was first prizewinner warmth. I went up and down the complete stocks! of India Inks aJ

a Full-O-Pep Stock tangible-brand new, hard-to-get, In the small mouth black hall and visited the other rooms,I show card colors. 11 Colon! P

outboard) ::: motors bass 1 I Carl Lamar is shown at rightas fisherman, son of City Clerk Carl to see if they were as cold as: ed at only 15c: SOo and 35c.:

Feed* Dr. Herlong and young Johns pound he received his motor as first Johns, landed an 11-pound black _____00___ _
received their prizes at a ban Tank
prize winner in the black bass bass in Smith Lake on Labor Day. Southern Lumber
quet held in the Roosavejt Hotel est Company10th
division for contestants under 18 Prizes awarded In the
and which was attended by 561
St. Two Blocks East of Depot
sportsmen from all parts of Flor- bass years of age. The young Starke totaled 110,000.
Starke, Fla.

RegIonal Office, In Atlanta, by A & Many New Titles Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER
Feb. 13.Detailed. Louie Dempsey Friday afternoon
information as wellas At Library ForMidWinter of last week. Logs Purchased the II ill
the application forms, may be To Reading Mr. and Mrs. Russell Starlingof ,
had at the local postoffIce, Mr. Waldo have returned home or Stumpage Bought

Stump said. Ho pointed out that An Mid-winter additions to the after a two week visit here with

these are not Postofflce Depart City Library include an excellent Mrs. Starling's sister, Mrs. Bill

ment Jobs. one assortment of best sellers, non- Cain.
fiction and light novels, according Mr and Mrs Nate Dyal are
"'e have letter and legal size has to Mrs. Jeanette Young, local the proud parents of a baby son -, Complete Service
I paprri to suit your nerds; onion P librarian which arrived Tuesday. : J::

skin bund, rag content, second I dent Notable titles are Pearl S. Mrs. M. Wygan Is extendingher ''= Looks like it's going to be

r sheet, etc. The TELmUAI'II.I :Buck's latest, "Pavilion of Women visit with friends and relatives ;; = a longtime yet before

ville ," "Lydia Bailey"" by Kenneth in New York. r, -l Q many of us get that new
'+ Roberts, "Color Blind," by Mar- Mr. and Mrs. R. S, Waadin and ) car we've been waiting: for.
l \\y.,
s"' daughter, Linda Fae, of Starke,
Baum's .
pear garet Halsey, Vicki Therefore, it's more important
ers In ''I "Mortgage on lJfe," and "Chloe were visitors In Graham Tuesday.Rising Certified than ever to let us

Qf 900 ', Marr," by A. A. Milne. a. . e keep your old car in A-l l
Heading new mystery novelsare Lubrication condition.

4 ., Ful-O-Pep Provides a f R'R ing"The Speaker the,"Nero by Wolf Rex Stout yarn ,"Silent"The Washing Polishing ,Waxing

Vitamin Boost and Saint Sees It Through." by Leslie By MKS. EDDIE NOhMANC STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS

for Rugged Health Charter, "Slgnon Singer," by e . a .
HOWDY, FOLKS!II Van Wyck Mason, and "Borrowed
T' Plan to raise your chicks on FuJoPep hear the men are striking local Brunette," by Earle Stanley Mrs. Maggie Norman had as her L. B Alvarez Service Station
d the feed that ing in guests Sunday Master Sergeantand
produce.World' fur shorter hours well, I Gardner, Adventure fiction In- .
." Record-Making layers. graph."A Mrs. Cecil Thomas, of Crest-
Yea,more than half of the world's always did think sixty minute cludes Edgar Venus"Rice. Burrough's"Escape view and Mr. and Mrs. James Nor- Temple Ave., at Call St.
; champion egg layers of the principal wait too long for an hour. on ,
man and son, JimmIe, of Tlf ton,
breeds raised the Christie's venture into
were on Agatha
Ga. Mrs. Laura Jackson and Rob-
Ful-O-Pep Plan Ful-O-Pep Agent "This book tells you nonrfictlon, titled "Come,: TellHowYou
} +, Chick Starter hslps raise such everything you ought to know". proof \' Live *"Hurry Up ert*Norman of Jacksonville and
: Mr.: and .Mr.s.. Jack and
M robust chicks becauseIt Sapp ,
healthy Hiixbandi "Don't need It. My :: Please, It's Time-! by;' Elisabeth: _
I contains vitamin-rich sources dathghter J .!'ot Gum'.Branc", were
wife tell all that and a lot re Liebman's ? /EDTZAN
to give your chicks a Vitamin me Hawes, and' Joshua- guestSaturday night.: 4+ 4V45 YOU
Boost fcr growth, livability and ,:more besides." the,, ; "Peace of Mind" are now avail "1\
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner
1 vigor. So follow our 4 1
the Ful-O-Pep A tramp asked a woman to nearly. able.Among well-received novels are of Starke, were visiting:'her par ICt
SaveonFeedplan ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Lewis Sun. I
6 sew a button on a coat for him. "
"Out On The Limb, by Louise | j jUa4Y
the way day. ,
that may.... "Very well, my man" said. the Baker "Bright Skies" by Emily Mr: and Mrs. Truman, Jones and Alfpera EER
she, "Now, where' the co"tt. other and .the by
you as much asp Loring -"Night City "
sons, of Starke, were guests of ,"
,,30%or more on to Gerald Kersh the light "Taffy ? ,
p i "I ain't got nothln' but the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
feed cost. SeeM for 'button, mum, I wax thlnkln'maybe Came to Cairo" by Anne Duf- ward Norman, Friday"of last 'tl'Pa -
us today '
supplyof you'd sow the coat on." fIeld and'"Dusty Spring, by week. "' '
4 ;t your The Elizabeth S el fert. Humorous What It It that makeithemo
FulOPepChick Mr and Mrs. Gordon Jones and
Starter. Frankly, we don't recommend wife works include "It's An .Old New daughter were guests of his > good? Extra age- ?fgU OY
I to old Is Edwin V. Special brewing-G nuln OOi
patching a new car an England Costum. by
brother and sister-in-law
Mr. and
4 We Also Carry A radiator cap. but we do offer pers, Mitchell, and Joey Adam's*. "From Mrs. Andrew Jones, in Brooker i* Old Time grain,hops gEta"and
service that will keep. your Gags to Riches.", malt-Light golden
High Quality Line par looking bettor running War Books for children 'l Include the Sunday. I color Try them rodoyondse.whatyouthinkl
Mr. and Mrs S. R. Clark had ''sQw
smoother and operating popular "I,uddy On the Farm." with them as guests over the I
al" of Hardware and morn economically. For your the I and nine others of the,series by weekend their son-in-law and
Hake drive It In ads I Howard R. Qarrls.Graham.
car's today.
ft daughter, Mr and Mrs. A. D. .

Farm Implements GULF OIL PRODUCTS in .r'I a . e ., e Byrd, of Jacksonville. Mrs. ByrdIs
the former Miss Leila Clark.
Washing Polishing ?' Mr.
Greasing food
ed for Bradford Invests NOW; SHOWING Assortment of
$$ Farmers Temple & Lake By Mrs. John McKinney Large
Fit Supply prices a e . .. . $145,901 In Bonds
4 Service Station result, '
MIKE MARUCA, Owner Phone 179 Mrs. Flora McKinney of Galnen- During Past Year
m of vUle was visiting .Mrs Annie
Ward Sunday. ,Bradford County sales of E, F You can find your appropriate

t ') Duffy Abernathy has accepteda and O Savings Bonds during 1946 Valentine among our stock
totaled $145,001: -12nd in volume
ing ,
a position with the construction
for all the counties In Florida,
basis. concern that Is building the road

t CANNON And WEBB( GROCERY ent fully between Mr. and WaMo Mrs. and Horace Citra.Cain were whereas population Bradford, according Per stands to 1949-41st: cen-in A NICEASSORTMENT

sus figures. capita purchaseshere
visiting in Starke Monday.
Friday & Saturday Only be .1'Mrs Leo Dyal and daughter, of stand at $13.63, as comparedwith enZi

_ __ _I -' Brooker, were guests Friday of the state average of $40.29. i OF
On a state-wide basIs FlorIdians
p- last week of Mrs L. ,E. Ratcliff.
invested $90,645,290: In
25 Lba. SelfRisingP1LLSBURY Mrs. Perry Newsome of Starkewas Bonds during 1946. Savings n
visiting Mrs. Dryden Monday.
Americans saved less CentiANDIESL
1 FLOUR 1.99 Mr and Mrs. E. Parrish are generally
having their residence remodel-, In 1946 than they did in 1945: but '
despite price Increases and the
led.Mr. disruption of production in the
10 Lb. Bag Self.RisingPILLSBURY and Mrs. JImmIe Dobbs of
first full year of peace since 1941

{ FLOUR .83 the sales of Savings Bonds far
:r exceeded expectations. The year's 1
results speak well for the average
American's good sense In holdingon
C 5 Lb. Bag SelfRisingPILLSBURY to his bonds, and Indicated that

millions are well aware of the fact
FLOUR .43 "vJ
that' a dollar saved In these days
la even better than a dollar earn-
Pleezing Fancy Blended DRY _
In Heart-Shaped

w ENGLISH PEAS 2 for ..26No. CIEAMIHO Tailor-Made 7 BOXES


2 Can Swing; The Life of Your ,

4 WHOLE KERNEL CORN -, .11 on Clothes The Care Depends They \ Stock Better is limited make

CHEDDAR CHEESE, lb. .49 : .Receive grooming requisites HealheMresh that Your selection

All Garments Carefully go to Ms heart get him ahead I N 0 ''V 11
Hand Finished
Rib & Brisket STEW lb. .28 All Work Guaranteed -
:'! CLEANER COVER' CO. Koch Drug Store

"The Most Friendly Store In Town" GAY'S SERVICE STATION

J L _-_ _ _ 110 Washington St. Starke Phone 10 Court A Madison Sts. Phone 53III __
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1 FEBRUARY 7. 1B47

CC . . Gloria and Gerald Wllkerson. --- -- ._ PAGE SKVEV I
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Bobby Rosier, Sonny and Elaine I Rubinoff To Play On 200-Year-Old "Strad" people are already at work on It day, February 15 and 16, under

and Hayes.Jean A.and Q. and Carl Qulnelle Bradley.Smith, When He Appears In Starke On February 21 William H. Richie secretary to the auspices of the National Lay ,t tI
Church r News I
By The. School.. . Tho Youth Fellowship of the When Rubinoff appears here on i tho Scripture Gift Mission of mens" Evangelistic Association.

i S. Lawtey Methodist Church attended Friday February 21, in a programof My a i. & Philadelphia, Pa, will show pictures See picture elsewhere. I

b" 'le City Council met in regular a district meeting In Starke popular concert music, he will Radio ArtistsTo of his work Friday night at I I II
on Monday night In the coun- Monday night. play on one of the most precious sl ? w the Tabernacle, and bring the I

room with all members pres- There was no school Friday of Instruments In the world, the t' q RLbw Give ConcertAt message of the evening. He 1 Is GET THE I II I
Routine business was trans- last week as teachers attendedthe famed Romanotf-Stradlvartus( vio pleasantly remembered and his

a J, district meeting of the Flor-, lin insured for $100,000.The Baptist ChurchPat visit is anticipated with Interest. ". e,1,v'SPEEDY. SURE' I II

I, L. and Mrs. E. A. Shear of ida Educational Association In' violin is famous for Its Wlthrow, Jr., radio singer The Scripture Gift Mission workis "'1 RELIEF fORD I

lb ilpolnt( ., Idaho, were visiting Ocala. silken ItiHterous tone, Its full e' and National Director of Veterans one of the best methods of i
e" luid Mrs, H. L. Sasser Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews had range and almost unbelievable I Hospital Programs. will appear reaching all classes. of people with \ INWGESTIONCarpenter's I '
p and Friday of last week. as dinner guests Sunday the Rev. depth. Made In 1731 by the master In person at the First Bap the Gospel. Mr. Richie will also J JI

na R. Crews entertained Landen of Louisiana and the.Rev. of all violin makers, this par- n tist Church of Starke, Monday, show pictures taken here previously -] I
C 'w
le L Friday afternoon a home way Into the hands zard" painting.
of the Rom r t
I in honor of the seventh Jacksonville. Other recent guestsof Mr. Withrow and his radio
no Lay week anniversary of her daugh- the Crews were Mrs. Babe anoffs one time rulers of Russia, party are appearing In the Interest More treats are in store soon

c r Hilda. Ice Cream cold Crews, Miss Alma Crews, L. G.I and that still bears the bejeweled crestof of Veterans Hospital Programs I the first of which will be Dr.Bob I I I II II

birthday cake were I Crews, Miss Fay Myles, Mr. and family. During the revo an organization which Ingersoll, noted Evangelist I
U k ed sand to Rosie ;Lee and Chris.I I Mrs. L. W. Page and Mrs. J, Russia lutions it was smuggled out of : provides Inspirational entertainment -,' converted descendant of the no- Drug Store

to Charles and Merulne Rowe. Bradley. B.//chased and eventually was pur far for our veterans' hospitals torious InfKiel Saturday and Sun- I
v, by Rubinoff.
and there distributes free besides< ,.r r-- h
r Sensitive to heat, humidity altitude A _

t treasure and of risks that beset any I OUIUB During'Uu".u.eu the war, Pat men.Wlthrow I Can Use More Pulpwood
such vast
value the
a [ B. Alvarez & Son Stradivarius is guarded and : toured Army and Navy camps ? I

handled with deference and ex with Richard Maxwell well known \\u TIMBER DEPT

treme care at all times. The Lune"; all these famous gospel singer. Quoting Mr. Maxwell
ancient compositions Container
: "Pat Wlthrow Jr., Is one Corp'n. of America. Fernandtna, Fla.
Transfer & Storage Co. instrument still retains the will have the premier per-
of the
greatest, moat Influential 1
n original varnish and l Is the acme formance as violin solos arrange I
of perfection In musical Instru and played by tho maestro. young people on the Christian I .
ments. platform In America His earnest -

Phone 179 Included in Rublnoff's programwill Florida Rubinoff Theatre will appear for here In the deep-hearted sincerity 1For I Safety Comfort and Economy '
afternoon and
be "Warsaw Concerto"Chopin's < Ms wit and humor, make him a p .. ,.. .
evening concerts. His visit t o favorite everywhere"The .
"Polonaise", the ever I Starke Is being sponsored by the FOR COtRTKOUSCOKRECT I
local and
We long n
operate concert will feature the
and popular "Rhapsody in Blue" by Rotary Club and tickets ; i.
Saving in Oershwln; and the are on singing of NBC mezzo-contralto, I
distance Anywhere haunting I sale at the Chamber of Commerce fJ$ I
Stpra9,, melody of DeBussy's "Clalr de Helen Benner, and the Larkin t
the, State of Florida. Sisters radio and television qua LJh Int ,

Y . . . tette. Mr. Withrow will tell Pleue Phone 147 r
Fast Careful Moving I pie with coffee.COMMUNITY.h. dramatic stories of his experiencesIn

State : : CLUB the Army Camps, Naval Bases !
Farm the regular meeting of the and hospitals during the past five Florida Greyhound Linen! Inc. Hu wes ,

By Mm.' years. UNION BUS STATION '
B iSBB S Bryan WhUfleld Community Club last 1
. Tuesday;
. . afternoon The public Is cordially Invited Temple Ave. LACY CONWAY FIBATTENTION
the Club Room was Agent Starke '
Let Us Cure Your Meat BRIDAL SIIOWKR made beautiful by the effective to attend the concert. Admission !
use of mixed flowers in various free.
Miss Melvene Davis, bride-elect, I
shades of yellow Mrs. C. M

Plain Salt Cure or Sugar Cure was the Inspiration of a shower Turney, Second Vice-President, Methodist Revival

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. presided over this meeting.
Well AttendedIn !
Davis Thursday afternoon of last There was an enjoyable program -
We also have lockers to put
your week when Mrs. Davis and Mrs. which consisted of InterestIng Closing Week

meat in after it is cured and smoked J. E. Chambers were co-hostesses. readings by Mrs. J. A. Bou- t
The most sucrensful revival
vier and a unique contest. In the
Sweet peas in assorted colors latter the contents of each one' held in the Starke Methodist Are You Ruptured? i
were artistically arranged in the Church in many will come I
hand bag were counted and Mrs. years
Your Meat In NOW As None Can ,
Bring living and dining rooms and the A. M. Richarde won the prize fo r to a close Sunday when Evangelist :

Be Accepted for Curing After Feb. 28 attractively wrapped gifts on the holding the highest count while R. E. Johnson of Chattanooga, ,
dining table added to the decorative Mrs. J. L. Williams won the prize Term., will preach his final ser

effect.In given for the lowest count. mons at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m,

contests that were In keep- Hostesses for the afternoonwere The meetings, held each morn- The latest of Trusses and Surgical I '

STARKE ICE COMPANY Ing with the bridal motif. Mrs. Mrs. A. M. Richarde and ing at 10 a. m. and each eveningat Appliances are designed to give the
C. H. f
Cope and Miss Pauline Mrs H. M. Richarde and their refreshments 7:30: p. m. for the past two

Phone 12 Starke, FIll.New Brannen were prize winners. were sandwiches and weeks have been exceptionallywell wearer the maximum of support with r

Many lovely gifts attested the cookies and coffee. attended and have brought the minimum of pressure and protection ,
popularity of the honoree. After a new religious experience to the 'M i

the opening of the gifts, cake and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee honored W people of this community through while allowing the greatest of I' r

Shipment Just Received punch were served to the followIng O. Strlngfellow with a surprise Evangelist Johnson's unusual comfort and freedom of movement :
i additional guests: Mrs. J. B birthday dinner at her home in methods of presentation. I
Strickland of Gainesville Mrs. Ivy Starke at noon Wednesday of las I !

[Ladies SHOES-All Sizes $4 to ,$9 Anderson,' Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough, week. Guests Included Mrs. Ma music Combining, poetry exceptionally prayer, and inspire
Mrs. WJ.'E. Feagle Mrs. E. AL Dickens.Mrs: J. E. Wilson.. L. preaching. the services have '
[New-Men's SHORTS, 65c -." S fer"VNew Stafford Mrs. Dave Thornton, Wall Dr. Jlmmle Brownlee land with enthusiastic response nom You are fitted properly and '. ,, i "It ,
Mrs. M. C. Roberts. Mrs. Richard Mrs Elizabeth Brownlee of Stark the Methodist congregation and .

DRESSES Sizes 12; to 20 Markham Mrs. P. S. Crews. Mrs. and Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow and visitors. scientifically I 1 I
Reddish and Miss Margaret little Marot Barkley. ,
Ury ; During the series, Mr. Johnson ;
$2.75 $3.50 $4.50 Reddish of Hellbronn Springs Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker ant d has been assisted by Miss Roberta k
Miss Pauline Brannen, Mrs. J. A. daughters, Clarissa and Andrea, ,
Hall talented musician and chil
New-Girl's DRESSES, Sizes 7 to 10'' Chesser, Mrs. W. A. Kirkland; visited relatives In Tampa las dren's worker. ': .4 r I I
Mrs. M. D. John
75 each Young Mrs. weekend. The pastor of the church the
$1. Walker and Mrs. W. H. WilliamsBRIDOH Secure Your Truss and Be Scientifically !
En route W. Cburchwvll extends
from Palm Beach to Rev. J. a

New-Girl's' DRESSES Sizes 2 to 4 CLUB 'MEETING their home In Wythavllle. Va, Mr. cordial invitation W the' public to Fitted by An Expert .
and Mrs. R. O. Crowgey war* participate in the: final services ,
1.2S, each, Mrs. L.; Chapman added to overnight guests of Mr.: and MrO. of this outstanding t
__ the beauty of her home for her M. Turney Wednesday.Mr. Wm. H. FLYNN Truss Expert

|New-OVERALLS for Boys, Sizes 2 to 6 Club meeting last of the Thursday State Farm afternoon Bridge and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Baptist ChurchThe STARKE HOTEL I f

1.35 each with vases of specimen calendula Miss Pauline Brannen: and Mr I

gladioli and chrysanthemums.. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield were Rev. L. D. Halnes, pastorof Fri. & Sat.. February 7 8 COME INCOMING ''
guests of respective: rela- the First Baptist Church Is
[ladies RAYON HOSE 85c pair Prize awards on this occasion supper I
tives and friends in Jacksonville bringing a new series of thoughts r
went! to Mrs. J. M. Hembree for f
Saturday. for this month under the title,
New HATS for Men-All Wool high score to Mrs. J. R. Kite for "February Facts on Fundamental
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier left Satur-
second high and to Mrs. J. C.
Faith"; the sermon toplo for Sunday -
1.75 each Wallace In "bingo". Too firstprize day to visit her sons and their 9 Is "The Fact ofMercy"
February ,
was hose while the other families in Miami TO THE TABERNACLE -.I.Ii J

[Ladies APRONS 2 for $1 two; were toilet accessories. To Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews and! Studying the 6th Chapter of ,
the: guest player Mrs. Oscar Spencer Crews attended revival
John, the Sunday School meets!
PILLOWCASES 2 for $1 Beavers: of Kingsley Lake who services at the Long Bridge Chris- for the lesson "Jesus the Breadof DR. BOB INGERSOLL I
was visiting Mrs. W. N. North, tian Church Friday evening. Life".
M. rs. Chapman presented a box of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Turney cultivate of r,0oa '
To an appreciation
[Nick's House toap. Refreshments consisted of and little daughter Mary Carol, the relation of matter and spirit Saturdayand
Bargain open. faced sandwiches and pecan were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. Is the aim in the discussion ma-
M. Turney Saturday and Sunday. terial on "God Created Matter",
Carol visited her. I
Mary again
the lesson for Training Unions .
from until w + 'February
grandparents Monday
meeting at 619.: ,
Thursday. The evening service at 7:30: I
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cahoon ol 15th & 16th
-4 0 Deserves the Best brings an evangelistic message by
Jacksonville were visitors of Mr. 0
the Pastor.
and Mrs. M. E. Grlner Thursday.Mrs. Mid-week prayer service is held f.f' !.,
Joseph Segree of Mac I
at 7:30: on Wednesday and fea-
clenny spent, Sunday with her tunes talks by the pastor on "Bap- Under Auspices
brother-In-law and sister Mr. and list Distinctive

Mrs. J. U Williams. The Weekly Bible Class meets National
Mr. and/ Mr. G. S. Chambers
for continuing! the study and dlsusslon b.
t '
REPAIRTrustworthy of Jacksonville visited Mr. and of the book "From Adamto au Laymen'sr ta i
rfr*. J. E. Chambers last week- Moses". ,

Servfce end.J... A. Cbesser was in Hawthorne f 't y'1as Evangelistic ,I.
At The Tabernacle
during the past weekend to see
in his mother who, friends to /t Association
aa y IJOvrpocket Harley F. Strong regret The highlight< of the past week
Is 111.
i at the Tabernacle was the Youth :.y...
CAMP BLANDINO JEWELER Miss Melba Stringfellow attended Meeting Saturday night when .

as, SINCE 1941 a houseparty at Hall Lake four prominent visitors drove WHAT OTHERS THINK OF HIM rflays
from Thursday until Sunday. Jacksonville to ,
down from par-
1S7 West Can St. Others in the group were Misses W. llnrgnvfn.. Former President National Laymen's EvangrlMtlo -
easier to save :
It is Iclpate in the program. regular
--. clothes than to buy'' June Ball Audrey Prevatt and'ranees I Youth meeting was held presided : .'.....n.1 "Dr. Bob. Ingerwoll among the few and outstanding ',f I I

new ones. So add Taylor, all of Starke. over by Edna Noegel. and I Ii / Evangelists: In America today. Heard him m* beheld ,< ,'

tflt longer life to your' Mrs. Ben Hall of Starke was their i consisted of choruses, duets, a great congregation spell-bound with hla eloquence, tad .

EXPERTSERVICE chaperone. Bible Quiz testimonies, etc., after movivl unsaved men and women to accept Christ .. their I
LiL old outfit by bring- Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Brown
chalk artist, "
which Fred Cowell personal Saviour. !, ,
ing them to us for and Mr. snd Mrs. Knight of '
gave a peppy testimony which he Dr. IL A. Ironitldi-s, Pastor Moody Church. Chicago "I canunhesitatingly t I
cleaning. Our methods are Savannah. Georgia, were luncheon Illustrated with chalk; then Syd t
You'll be of Mr. and Mrs Richard commend him a* an approved Minister of the '
tested and safe. guests Reese a leading member of the
Gospel, whew service will a blessing' wherever be
if Markham Saturday.Presbyterian
proud of your clothes: you Jacksonville Pilot's Association, lab "

will let us renew theirbeauty. gave a brief but timely message. urs. ,
Ml Trotter, great Foamier of rescue missions. from New York I I
ChurchThe Rev. Hany Giles of the Fellowship -
Baptist Church. Jacksonville to San Fntncliwos "He know. the Gospel and hqpr to ten It"

morning sermon at 11 o' spoke a few words of interest. .
clock in the First Presbyterian Following that the speaker of Dr. Harry Rlmmrr, President of Scientific' Research Association .

I Church will be preached by the the evening Dr. E. O. Zorn. of "There lit no man In America better fitted for to*

PHONE 135 pastor. Dr. Kaufman.In Chicago- HI, was Introduced. He work of an Evangelist. than Dr. Bob InsjvraoU. Us to especially -,

.0"ZT. 315 the evening" a special Boy brought a splendid message on strong with men. I count hint as the ablest staunches I i 1.
1J11-L Chas. C. Scout service will be held at 7:30 Bible" ,
: the "Five Doors Of The preacher. In the United Htaten. I
CREEP' Temple o'clock and will be attended by and held the attention of the older -

X00 ShepherdAt Scouts and Cubs In a croup. Dr. people as well as the younger Hear Him 15th & 16th Imt. '
Kaufman wlU deliver the message. ones throughout.An .
Ave. Gay's Service Station Sunday School will be held at Interesting and "different"Bible GOSPEL TABERNACLE t

9:45: and a cordial welcome Js Quiz is being prepared for }

,;.atsdea M ...- i J- oj jasAardaylislt......IlbM.....j "- --- -, .. .

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-- FRIDAY nm1l': .", 7't

! Newcomers Plan Tourist Cabins :

jI' South ;- ,. 17! 1'
On Pne Knoll of StarkeAfter ; t- j

f. DHERE'S ,. ..,;, ,<
circling! the globe three' T .. ..". "

times/ and living in points Tientsin.as I Dodge Dealers"Job-Rated"were told,truck that line the I ( WHY IT PAYS .' '\ \\ ',.

separated as '
widely .. 0 r ,
China and San Francisco. Call- i was expanded during; 1943 to Include 1 \\\\0\ ,
Connell expectsto 173 basic cross vehicle .
fornia. Dorothy 1.
spend the rest of her life..on weight models covering 97 percent ; To Buy Insurance From 10D

a pine-dotted. four and a half acre of all hauling and delivery

of Starkeon requirements.A .
Bite two( miles south

Route 200. motion picture was shown THE H. C. \WALL AGENCY .
She is enthusiastic about the do- which depleted how Dodge trucks -, :

clsion and Is vibrant with plans are job-rated at the factory with rei

that she and her husband> T. B all basic units such as engine, YOU get more than a fire or casualty Nr.S ..

Connell have formulated for con- clutch transmission axles frame policy when :you buy from
spring and brakes to fit Individual k.r
newly purchased: this
their In
verting agency. addition obtain the
operator's loads over his roads.
property (the former RoyoMaet d The movie Is to b. made available lifetime services of a trained professional
thews place
and occupied by the Lamar Clou&hfamily later for showing here' to truck I man--skilled in protecting business and the

) into an ultra modern owners. individual You make a friend who will

tourist cabin Bite with from 12 The meeting ,was one of 101 represent your interests in the settling of a

to 24 units and a dining room for being conducted throughout the claim. You meet a neighbor familiar with
nation to the
t.8.The. carry expanded pro-
gue Connells\ came to Floridaat gram to the more than 4,000 the problems of:your community who gives

the suggestion of relatives who Dodge dealers.March guidance to your personal and business

.._.- _n the__ East Coast. They told n acquaintances. And you obtain the peaceof I
F Connell that the ci.mawwan I mind that :
:Mrs of Dimes'Totals comes with a well-planned
like that
here very insurance
rain (where she had lived for program. That'. why it pay to

+ many years) and. weary of San I buy insurance through .

} Francisco's dreary fogs she and $1,085A

her buaJmnd packed up and head Every Branch of .'d

ed for Florida. % "splendid local response to +4
1 They were attracted to Starke the 1017 March of Dimes campaign" -' 1

by an advertisement of F. C. HoillngHWorth has been reported by Guy -

I'AI local Strout agent. In Andrews county chairman for the INSURANCEH. ; ;

} f, r the widely distributed trade publication National Foundation for Infantile LL.wj: i

of that organization. Paralysis Andrews stated .

Seeinggreat possibilities In the that the amount contributed by C. WALL AGENCY yl ,

pine-shaded knoll which they were Bradford's citizens totaled $1- = ; i 'er:I. r

/ ihown, the deal was closed and 085.57-a fund larger by approximately Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED w wM
the Oonnells were "here to stay" $500 than any previous

Mrs. Connell was born In Amoy year's contribution. Last year's -. -

in Southern China near Foochow. : donations totalled $635.08,
and lived In various parts of this Andrews
gave a breakdown of
sprawling nation until 15 years
/ follows:
11 altQ. She Is of British descent. Schools
$290 President's
: Birthday
her father having been for 45 r p
Ball, $173 Theatre I
; collections
attached to the
years |3S5 Coin boxes CONSULT 8. P. ROWKLI, .
Maritime Customs as advisor ; $80; Splrltu FOR SALTS Oond whit slipped
Special donations $200.In allet Medium and. Ii.ml.r.Ilat./:: shucked field' corn. ALKO real' old
and ...
County IIcen. I tell
from the British government. She you time sugar can seed, red rlbhnn
met her husband In California making his announcement at Route ml house 200. north of Cook'. Store 2-2. and mulo mixed ALSO: certified
during one of her world tours. the close of the 15-day campaignon Lnttlfflana tilde eeed Rood copperakln yleliler sweet and keep po J 4.

January 31, the drive chairman er ALSO eating. potatoeH, Sam /
Mr. Connell Is native of Fall LIST YOUR
a FARM CITY AND kind See B N. Edwards, Rt.
I River I Mass, but has lived In expressed particular gratitude for BUSINESS PROPERTY box 136, Ntarke. :1
: --- the cooperation of Superintendent ,
l Utiuuornia since 1924. jjviure iiuv yR
recent retirement he was Arthur R. McRae the principals FOR SALE-A. few buonela of niceHelect
of all the schools R. *d seed potatoes Porto Rico. I
+ of the Western Engineering B. Jennings STRUT 5ELLY: ILl1AL /tine:: W. U Carroll across lily?-
t. ''ii Co. (ship repairing and of Hampton William H. (Bill) la'CA'fll way 800 from Ueorsa Orlfflu'Ktore. n s
r'' I Graham, Mrs. Fred Guy Mrs. CreaXeet edvrrtUer of ..-a... Zip 27IIOUSR
machine work In San
) Francisco. try Dkp
property. Ilse
Although they have been here Dorothy Powell Mrs. Ruby Johns n.OOO. ...,.... at llomr_made Karnio over_ FOR SALE-Furnlhed or
the management of the Florida A..1'. nr Mayer. from alt over the unfurnlMhed Nix rooms, well lo .
only since the latter of Jan rated gas heat
part World. Free) 0.. reaionabla. Writ .
lei ry uary. Mrs. Connell states that Ritz and Park theatres Mrs. Ed- E. A. STROUT REAlLTYAGENCYRepresented P. O. Box 728. Stark. Fla. tf ,

's they are delighted with the cll- ward Burns Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. Locally By PROPERTY FOU MALH
u Sam Anderson Mrs. Glen Wood 3V4 acre farm with four room
fate and that both she and her Mrs. Vernon F. C. HOIXINGSWOimi house, 12 acre old bearing pecan
husband "feel better" than they Sllcox. Miss Bobble 118 So. Walnut St. trees within 1000 feet of paved

ave In years. Cameron and Miss Peggy Ann' Starke hlchway._ Price One 1(180900 mile from Depot la

Y Busily engaged In burning huge Wiggins. s** N. D. Wnlajwrls-ht Jr..
piles of needles Andrews stated that halt of the MATTRTCSSES of all kind. renovated Droktrr
pine and other ; furniture upholaterad and Phase 104 Stark 4
trash that she had raked up Tuesday funds would remain with the reflitlahed Drop ue a card J II 'I / if vf'N 4 I
t44 Bradford HASTINGS MATTRESS: CO.. lies FOR dALK-Htore knlldlna 62x110
chapter's and
afternoon Mr*. Connell paused treasury 180. Palatka. 1'.... tf near Blaudlns; Oat B.ALSO
to cast an admiring glance at that this' with the previous years' horn 15.34 celled 'with heet

the site of their proposed tourist balance, would amount to ap- INSURANCE! writs all lines; fire. electric rook. Make American beat meat offer. ALSO

coinp. proximately $1600 reserved for see automobile me for, liability Insurance and lit.. walk-In Cooler I Sal, bd."O.rI:
your needs
"We'll call It Whispering Pines, the county's protection and N. D. Wainwright .Ir., 111 East Omen tion. J Cove. A. Sprlna Brook. Phone Fla. 4583.
//i she said. .. remedy for Infantile paralysis.The Call street Phone 1H. tt
FOR 8ALF3-Six room houae.three
' chairman asserted that any- FOR 8ALB! -J-ijertfoom. house, SW blocks from Poet. Office /Jrftarke.::
1 yG Dodg Dealer one stricken with polio Is asked oor. a. Hay St.. Starke. Kxcellent Sacrlflca $3260 caah. N. D. Wainwright -
oondltion occupied by owner un Jr., Phone 154. ..tDON'T
:Train**] Tod 1-Aid to make Immedlatae contact with til recently. Attractive, conven YES.vhile the cost of
the Foundation through a local ient Jot. For Information writ FOKflKT--automobile auc
C. J .Devlin list Cypress, Gaines tion every Wednesday I p m at
Users Of Trucks physician regardless of financial ville. or t.L 1...... tti'On Oalneavllle Livestock Market. some, commodities ,has
circumstance.A Buy or ..11. tl

@Il.J._.. 1'._Roberts, local Dodge andliJ. room SALE frame-Two, home.. On. I-I FOR SALE Seed peanut, at Jeff gone up 100% 'or more. the

i-iymuuui ueaier, attended a meet CARD OF THANKSWe one B-room cement Hurroll, 4 miles north High
block. foth have all modern Spring on IT. S. 41 Itp I-llt i prices of Firestone De Luxe
s ing In Jacksonville Wednesday wish to express our deepest' convenience. In city.' Term.
where a member of the Dodge appreciation to all our friends and Contact Mr*. A. M. Mlxon, up- FOR SALTO::Remington: portable Champions
staff stairs Dixie Cafe, 701 N. Tempts t typewriter excellent condition. average only
factory of Detroit outlined neighbors who were so kind and:I ttv I-M 141 North Cherry St., Stark. lip
f advertising merchandising and thoughtful to us during the death: t 9.1% above 1941. And they
training plans for 1947. of our beloved husband and father,, Checked free of chirrfre.' An Intelligent woman would: like II" 11
. x:t The continuing program of R. A. Ellington and for the I For Kingston free estimates at Temple eee Tourlxt Clinton day to. take time care or In of the children evenlnir In Mrs the p. Iii i i' II Ji. are !letter in quality and l In

: training Dodge dealers and salesmen beautiful floral offerings. We also Court. fltat. nd ino at north N O, room 15. Roneland Hotel. value than
to better qualify them to wish to' extend our thankful. city limits, or call 67 Starke.' a 0" rail Ht. Btarke. tip pre-war

't serve truck users In the selection ness to Mr. Hoover and Mr. Os- 4tp to 11Income FOR SALTS! OR TADR.-. An Allatat

4+ ) of the right trucks to meet specific borne for their kindness May one new wheel for sale I trailer or will practically trade forwheel Right now. when winter

hauling needs was outlined at God's richest blessing rest upon REMEMBERt (- trailer In rood condition. weather makes drivingmore
lij the meeting. each of Se. Clordon Augge. 224 Temple ;
you. Ave.,
w rear garage apt. lip
Suggestions were made on the Mrs R. A. Ellington Tax Return are required difficult, when accidents -
47 purchase of to be filed where the income r ABY f"lICK81et. New Price '
newequipment. and Betty Lou Crawford. from any outc::. !. $500 and? T.lKt and Have Money. WORTHWIIILK -
dealers! were urged to expand a bore.COMB. OH1CKH 101 N. North caused by unsafe
I Avenue, Baltimore 1, Md. 4tp 2-28
k 't present service and parts facilities \ iw niirpiT count ItHAOronD Ir I tires are
In those few instances where < I ft, rood condition._Mm. E. J.
Rdward J. Kelly Plaintiff. RUSH nnwllnr, tot Chrlatlan St., with of
they are not ; v. phone your car a set
adequate to accommodate M... A. Kelly, Defendant. Ca.. No. IM-J it

Increasing demands.W.C.T. nH.OR'ER Or PUBLICATION I.. o. BROWN FOR REIVT-On* single furnished' new Firestone Do Luxe
ANO NOTICW Tn APFBAR .1I.12T A...1.. In..... call pR room. Mrs. K Haley, 410 Center
STATE! or FLORIDA lo: Mr. Utark. 11'1.. Street Starke or write General. Champions the
safest and
Mae\ A. Kelly, whoMe re.I U. aildrean la: %" Hockland rUate Hon
pltnl. Oranvetmrir, New York r longest-wearing tires ever
You are required to appear on BLACKSMITH-Dody building a,,dNOTICE OF>
/ The lint December SO, 1546 In the above repair. Uxperl work, reaaonabl' built]
session of
the .
Con named Court and cane., wherein Brlcaa. J. t.*. tlervala. Cor BToail AUCTION,, SALE
greet of the United. States plaintiff leek divorce. Bradford Center Sta. Htark (Old Col-
County Telegraph hall publish this lay Shops tfIV |The next Auction
opened on April 6. 1789, with Order In next four weekly. laituea. of Unclaimed
1 many *>f tho momber on.their Wltn.. my hand and efflrlaleal YOU WANT A CESSPOOL or aoptlo and Damaged freight will bo.
at Stark, Florida, thru. No- tank fixed or Installed held from Warehouse
; > oar Salvage I
vemhur tl. 1644. 9.1"
ewer, pipe line put In; or an outside ONLY IHCR'EASE.OYER
Copied from Union Signal (OFICIAL HKAU) A..1. THntiiaa, privy built let me do the located just Kant of
/ T. Frank t.*nil rum, Stai-he, Fla Job for you Ask for the aaaltary Riverside Viaduct Feb" 11 and '

A Atty.. Clark for of Plf.said Court.II-X n U-19 Ins shop man, phone at Carl Ita llltch', or write plumb-box 11, lasting aO day.A ,II PRE-WAR Pi&SCSSi BUT

18. Stark.. tf -ON/1
I. large quantity of new turns
FOrt S.U.Jr.-IO or 75 larir rien.. Sure hardware flour and other Size
Also i light porker, good atoclc. Prlc-
I am unabla. to take care of grocertea will be offered at a TIRE-STOKf
them. Moire can be Been .von- bargain.. 5.5016 $14.35 ;
Clothingand Inks after II o'clock. Mrn 8. C.Knlll''l. _
Route I, I-Jtwtoy' ; FTa Itp SALE STARTS 1115 A. it!. I 6.00-16 *
16.10 ;
may purchased
this opportunity for hush
pay, advancement. security, and prior to Feb IV I 6.50-15:
.ervlc to your country A rla- 19.05
ShoesFOR Iniv profession for yownir man Atlantlo Coast Line Ra tread
who can meet the hlirheat atandardrf I 6.25/6.50.16
Recreation, aporte, entertainment Co.Jacksonville. .
I and trawl npportunl- I
tlen In this pnet-war field Get Fta 7.00-15
I, full detail, without nnlliratlon, 21.60
at your naareit Army> Rcrultln TERMS
Station (IS Poatorric,* Building. FOR" SALE-Three acre farm with 7.0016 .
Oalneevllle.. Fla. house. located near utttrka. He. . . 22.15
or writ. Mrs' .
Hu le Imll, Rt. I,
HOKSK FOR SAL.r3-IIOS lb. box 54. Daytona Beach, Fla. Plus Tax
yre. old werke anywhere. aim
lip 1-11
\ The Entire Family ride*. tluarnnteed.. J. V. Rdwardu,
fir.. Rrnoker. 4tp '-18 FOR SALE Remlnirton portable
I typewriter excellent condition.'
IXJST- Flame-thrower type weed Elaine lo dward.. Itl North Cherry
burner Jan. IA 9 ml. West of liair-' St, 8t .rke. lip
fey on Ralford road Reward. f
'I) II.. or writ. Ed Starling Law- FOR SALE! One lined r>uo-Th.rm
EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY at the ley Fla. Itp henter.. medium else, good; condjtlnn J. Roberts
HI l> Lafayette St' Motors
FOUND- -Jan. 19! a white nosed
bay. mul.. Owner may have by FOrt SALR One. standard desk
,:1 Identifying and paving coat this model Kemlnirtan No. 1O typewriter
STAR Store ad Hampton.and feed Ira Lester Box 4. In perfect rendition Writ.
: lip or see Joyce Atkinson Oeneral
WST-lltal. Delivery, Rrnoker. Sip J.It
tirown-blaek-whlta rat .600 Temple Ave.
Bi terrier In Htarke'. W.d"....",.. IS FOR SALE International Panel Slarke.G& F1a
| vra. old. ,
Reward for deaf return welcha or Informa in Iba. I Truck, un make, Kna-lne In e x.cellent .

t lion. Notify F. B. fihunk. Rt. 1. tlr.... condition. fairly good
much rrond. Prlc
box ..-... Starke. (t m!. north. PO. -...
muutu Dry n. u -
f Stark
,oo, J.alelekwsl4; "Itp n'a aad,-a4q.- .t' ._

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. S S S SSSS Humble S. S S SC S S S ,
N' Y.
To Drill Jo
Alken a minor. A* Clerk of said, 1 Court Jersey
You art rftqulr to appear on You are required to appear en fly Lucille C. Conner, '
River For Oil In ClayThe Hampton February 24. 1947 In the above the 11th day of February A. D. John J. Henderson; Is: named court and cause. wherein. 1947. and how. cause It there b. SI' AuirttNtlne, Florida. March s, 1947. In the above
plaintiff seeks divot.'.. Bradford any that' you have" why an Orderof Atty. for Plf. 1-S1 4t 2-21 named Court and cause, wherein. t
By The School Humble Oil Company will fly Mrs. M. C. Mweenny County Telegraph "hall publish this Adoption: I should not be entered plaintiff seek divorce. Bradfordt.nty I
Order In next four weekly Invitee to ;he iv mtriir : Telea-raph shall publish Chic ,
. . S S begin drilling for oil on the property 4. S S S S S S S S S S .. Wltrte... tny hnn.l and official Irradford County Teleirraph "mll <.'""'1\0'1'\, nulllllIV coiur. \DPOIIII. tllA.N- Older" In next four weekly Issues. r
of Foremost Dairies. at Pen- seal at Ktarke: Florida. this Jan-. publish thl* Order In the next four < KIIV.AicneH: Witness my official I
Mini Cozette Sapp was visitinghere Farms about : TRAINING UNION PARTY 'unrv 21 IAll4'IAI. ,weekly Issues thorenf four publica- I. Clttadlno. Plaintiff vs. mini at Htarke, ;.7.rJ.n;. this January I
vVcdnesday. Her employer ney 1, accord ( .) A. J. Thom. thins only beIng. rnqulred. Juseph Cltxulinn. Uefvndant.. Case 29, 1947.OFFICIAL >
# Is transferringher ing to an announcement last week The junior department of the An Clerk of mi, 1.1 Court. Witness mv linnd and official No. 8383.on ( I>I' .\L) A. J. Thomas, i
Doll Telephone Co in the Clay County Crescent. Young Peoples' Training Union of Uy Lticillle O Conner D. C. coal at StJtrko, Florida. this 15th nuit OF pumifATtovANI A,. Cleric of sold Court.
to Palm Clinn. It. Hear. 204-05 llualty BIJs.Jnrkannvllle day of January A. "t
from Jacksonville the D. 1941. > NOT1CM 1'0! At'PUMl, I Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
Humble i la now drilling a well Baptist Church entertained Florida. (OFFICIAL.. SEAL) A. J. Thomas STATI3 OF ""FLORinV: Joseph, Joseph I(:. 'Williams DulleS- I
for 1'lf 1-24 4t 3-14 ..
Beach. southeast of I Friday night of last week in the Ally Clurk of salil Court Clttaillnohoee. reHldence. Is 408 In... .. .. Skh'r..r.. Florida.
Johns Is enjoying a 14- PalaUtu near the fly Lurllle C. Conner t). P.Oieen KxuhanKP. Place' Lonv. liranch. New Ally for Plf. 1-3141 2-Jl t
Witford Clay-Flagler County line. It Is recreation haall with an "End of iv' nnn'IT sonar nnti>roinrniiMiv & Oreen "isiitrke" Fla. --- --- -. ---.----- ---- I,
furlough from his VirginiaArmy the Month Party." A time Fi.oituiti ix in AN.fKUV. : Attorneys for Petitioners.. _-7"-_
day the first I merry .d
in oil .
with his company bring : 1-17 4t 1.1 I
here parents
camp in Florida at Sunn-Hand was hada by all and popular chll VIncenan (Ocrlx-lll Plaintiff.! VH.Olontlna .

jfr. and :Mrs. S. M. Johns. edge of the Everglades in near Collier the I dren's games were enjoyed. Refreshments ,. ('Maria"... No.1'olln RanftOHOICK Uorkelll. l>ofcndnnl '- IV f"IUTI'r' I"01'IIT. III "IFlntlJ &:': From where I sit bY Joe Marsh f

The revival services at Long County. Included sandwiches, OK PIIRL.ICAT1OV' t''I'' !, n.oltlDt! IV "'''.\\i:' .. I

Bridge Christian Church will con- I cookies and Pepsi-Colas.' Mr. andI AND NOTICR TO APPKAIl Mary(KIIV.Manley -J: '
8TATB! OK FLOUIUV to Mm.CcloKtlna llonitlanil. Plaintiff
tinuo throughout this week with Bradford teachers attending the I[ Mrs. W. A. Scott were chape- Maria, Polht Oerbolll v... Joseph 4,'.. lI1>""I"n.l. Defendant. f l lLem's
Case No. 5131.OKUKIl
M. B. Miller In charge. Florida Educational Association rones. whose reHtitonoo" nml mlilrenA In:
Rev. :
tie OF pUnLICATIOMAND ( u u4v
Tolrnno Provlnra Huvt
>na. Italy Dogs vs
The Rev. and Mrs. Fred Dodd. meeting In Ocala last Friday.W. You are required to appear on NOT1CH TO Al'J'I Alt

and their children of Keystone R. Williams of Lake Duller BAPTIST REVIVAL.A named FebrtiArv Court S4. atut 1947., caiiHe,In. the wherein al>i>ve C*.. STATE llouitland.OF FIO1IIDA whose: reslilolicn t., .: Joseph anduddiiiss : Thud's Chickens

Heights were dinner guests Sun- was the guest of Mr. and" :Mrs.S. week of revival services be- plaintiff noeliii divorce. Itrndforri U 412 M. \VI"z.1& Street
Mrs E. A. I.. gan at the Baptist Church here County Teleirraph ehnll publish thlv Kentiuktr
and Sapp. Crews You
day of Mr. Sunday afternoon.E. Order In next four weekly lumieaWttne are re.lro'l to appear on
last Sunday conducted, hi:.....the hnnd Fnbrunrv 17, 1147, In the above
and official
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde' Crews and I A. Sapp made a business trip Rov. Lloyd L. King of Orlando. seal at Htarku Florida this JlnUII.'y named Court ami CIlII"". wherein Itunnintr a newspaper :yon got at Andy Botki/t'g Carden Tavern

daughter were guests Wednesday'I to Lake City Tuesday.Mr. Services are held each night at 21, 1947.OFFICIAL County plaintiff Teleirinpli seeks divorce shall publish Bradford this, to know a lot about human natur.over a friendly glass of beer. I

ot[ Mr. and Mrs. B. A.:Sapp. and Mrs. A. H. Pattersonof ( SEATA.. 3. Thomas, Order In next four weekly "'''"0.. ThaJ Phlpps was in the other From where I
7:30: o'clock and an "Adventure A. Clerk of said Court. Witness mv hand. and, official silo anyone can
jlrs Cleo Andrews"and; Mrs. Lake City were guests Friday Story Hou for the children I Is ny litiolllo C. CI>nn.r. D. C. seal 1 at Starko, Florida, this January day all burned up. Wanted ma to flnd something :In his neighbor to
I Brown were'among the of last week of Mr. and { 'I 1'. Frank I-nmlrum, Btarke FlaAtty. .
Blanch Mrs. M. Item how Lem
Jl'n.1AII run an on Martin'sdag
I I 1.. I held each afternoon at 8 o'clock. for Pit. 1-24 4t 2-14 ( HEAL: ) A. J. Thomas complain about. (Some folks mayerr
.. Johns. While here the Rev. King is the Ax Clerk of said Court. had raided his chickens again, n disagree with Thad's right; to ,

Mr. and Mrs R. R. Anderson guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tid- iv coi nitri'iT">'rv. Fioitnt COI'HT.'' nlt..DFOIID iv. CII"- Joseph Inir. 7 W.K, Fomyth Hlcliiuer) HI.'William Jackaonvllln Hill Id-, and ought to be put away by law. l'nJothat sinus of beer with Lem!) ,

and children spent Sunday after- well. 4,KIIV.T 2. Fla.: Atty. for rif. 1-17 4t 2-7 I told Mm: "Lem was! In on Bat here would we be If every

ViG' noon with Mr. and Mrs. Jim ..>o lllHher [Pa I*o, T'lalnllff v.. : Saturday. Said shouldn't bo body tried to have a law
iv iinriip you passed
sII ntiippln II. Pnltfu Defenilnnt Case t''ltr. nit \I>KOIIIll >
Thomas near Lake Butler. Among those attending the : '\'l'1', .
No, tafifl. FIUIIIIMI IN 1111% allowed to keep thono chickens an njralnst everything they disagreed
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews and Birthday Ball in Starke last week OltDER OF PInt.ICATIONANI 411eV.Lucilio: ? I
close his We
Uentnark Shil.v..laintiff, to house-.nJ in a relllwith wouldn't have many
> NOTirn TO APPti\K: ,
children and Russell Green attended were Mlsies: Barbara and Betty; STATK OF FLORIDA tOI I ;hnippi5 v.. It It. Shirley. etun.lant., URNS dential/ lone, at that." neighbors left I I
\ the funeral of Bobbie Par- Home and Richard May. IT 1'1'he., whfjNo residence nnd atlUrpHH NI>. 347.
In: MAcHoth Houth Carolina. OKD15R OF rilTlLICATlOVANt ThaJ shuts right I
up pronto
rish of
Lake Butler Sunday. The Mis. Anna Alexander of Miami > NOTICR Tl' > Al'l'lOAH
are required' to appear on
I/IV/ services HTATI3 t>F FIXHIIDV) ..- !t. iT. tben.An.lthatveryevenlngheo f ... I
held A
were in New River Is spending several weeks with February nnimul court 14. ami 1947,cause In the, wherein above Hhltley' wh,,,".. renliletice. And ad. him making hU with Lem 8cJ ..- u
Baptist Church with the Rev. Mrs. I... J. dress Is peace
Wynn. plaIntiff seeks divorce : C34 let Street, Columbus, !
Truby Parrish of Santa Fe offici County Telegraph hall ptiMlnh thisOrder hlllh.nB.JI'.I t "
THE BALL Pvt. Elmer of Fort
START Gay Bragg, \
In next four IminesVltn nu rviiulrtfl to appear on
ROLLING TO HEALTHBY ating. N. C., i Is spending a brief furloughhere \ BM>., my hand weekly and offlulitlseal ..rr.l1, 1947, In the above Copyright. 19 IT, United_Stifei Bnwtn.. Foundation, !
named" Com st anil ratine. whereinplaintiff i ---- --- -
Margie Moody celebrated her at Hllrlie Flurltlil, thin January -
BOWLING with his parents Mr. and .si>fks, dltorce.I Tlradford (AdV.)
:! 31. : : :
14th birthday anniversary Sunday Mrs. O. D. Gay. ( HE \I.) A. J. Thomas, Comity ToleKtaph. I shixll", publish I this I 1 1i
Feb. 2, with a party at the resi- As Clerk of said' Court. Older In next four weekly I..""...
Wr. and Mrs. K. B. Walter so Iy Lucille. Conner, D. C. WltneMs my (mini and off Ieiul
lience of her seal, at ,,
parents. Many Stark this Jan- i
ARE and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Beden Ham n i1 1 W. netaun, Oulni-Mvlllo Fin Florida
OUR ALLEYS uarv:! l6. 1941.10"'I"IIIAI.o .
tends and relatives attended and Att)'. for Plf. 1-24 4t 8-14
baugh visited J. B. Wright lit tlN.\: I,) A. J. Thomas, :
SMOOTH' AS 'GLASS everyone had a good time. Riverside 11 'nUTI'r roi.HT. ISIS ISFO11D AH Clerk of mild, Court
Hospital in Jacksonville .
_ltv Lucille C
Cntintir p C. !
Mr. and Mrs. ,Z. W. Hamiltonand rOliNTV.. FIOiSllti IN CHINt : T Frank .
Sunday. 'irev.Mnrji I.RnII""I1. Sharks, Fla
children oMJrooker and Mr. .rl Lascola Plaintiff, vn lln- Ally. for Plf. 1-17 *t 2.? ..-
and Mrs. .Tom Edwards of VVorth- Hampton school teachers at- land l Lascola Defondnnt., Case No.OTtrBR February may be short on dnyM. but it's certainly long on holi

STARKEBowling ington Springs attended 1 church' tended the art workshop at Bradford B351. iv<'..ciiuiir" .. KI.OIIIII i oi HIiri. ''1, 1 lilt ivt 'UFOIIIJ"'II. JV. days ..what with national holidays and Valent no'. lay too.,

services here Sunday morning.Mr. High School, in Starke last NOTirr OP( :PtTKLICATTOVAND TO APPUMI8TATI3 'I-H: v.OeoiKe all calling for celebration this month! So here are some special t
I' week and went to Union, I'lalntlff." 'VH BraSiucs dishes for these special days. (They're so easy to fix you'll
on Friday OF riX>HU>A to: llolnnc)
and Mrs. ,' ...
C. E. .
Andrewswere Defendunt .
N. RJ4HOltnEll
want to if not having )
Ocala to attend the District meet- Lnscoln whose .r..IcI.I1. and ad. OP probably serve even you're a party.
visitors t<* Lake City Thurs- tlresH Is: 2R12 Pantrer Street New I'tJIIHCATIONANI I
Alley day of last week. ing of the Central] Florida Educational Orleans, La. BTAl'n) NOTICH 01" I.'r.tlltlltUI' Tl> APPMAlt' : lltra. HIAVINIY HIARTS SUNNYFIRLD FLOUR, which I t

Association. You are r8'1"lr..eS| < to appear on "Stili'H' who. .ldi> .. their. valentine !- get at the A&P. This bleached. en- ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of February 21', IA47 Itl the shove re ni nnd addroMS Your family will elect you
IN' kit ,. richi'il. Hour is grand In
nluuva. 1u'itvln any reciperequiring
this dessert
when taste
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. A. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. named court and cause, wheruln You they
neclis. are rmiulied to appear' on all-purpose Hour. Try itlIIA I
plaintiff illMirt-e anl ru' lodv\ starring AUKIK VANILLA
Ave. Fla.
Temple Starke L. A. of Lake Fohrtmry 17, 11147 In the above .'
R. Moore of Miami were visiting Wynn Hampton of children. "....Unrd County 'I'elo.ICra..h named, court and cause wherein PUDDING from the A.&I'I Cut rod TWO..o. TWINTT'Tea

friends and relatives here Sunday.Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Williamson next four shall weekly publish IHHUUM"Witness this. order I In, plaintiff I I' seeks dlvoicn.I Hrndffird pastry' ( Vfc thick) goes well with any of the holiday I

and Mrs. M. F. Wigginsand and son, A. W., of Corro Gor- my hnnd .and afficlalseal Older County,. In Telegraph' Mhitll, publish this \td, \\ ffii/i'/ with heart-shaped treats I've ".described.. r .
Mrs. Rosa Pinholatcr of do, N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Pur at Htnrke, Florida, this January Witness next my four hand weekly amid official Issues $ cookie cutter daIly when it's 'flavor e.pe'I'I

vis Hazen and children of Ocala lit, 1947 ..(>nl I at "Hiaikn' Fluilda. this Jan- 1'rlck with fork from AAPI Buy OUR OWN or '
IJrocker were visiting Mr. and (OFFICIAL SR\L) A. J. Thomas, t'iG
1A. and bake in
As Clerk of snM, Court. nnrv 1947OFFICIAL 1 c very NECTAR tea bags at your A&P.
Mrs. Rudolph Andrews In Earl- Miss Betty Home and J.V, II C). ITovtn Btarke, FI.... ( ""1.\1.) A. J. Thomas, _._-_ hot oven, 4.r>0}'., and let your guests make their tea I

ton Beach recently.Mrs. Home Jr.. spent the weekend i In Atty. fur 1'lf. 1-24 4t 2-14 I Hy As Clark Lucille of C said. 'imtier:I'ourt,, 1'>. C, 8 to 10 minutes. all they like It. They're sure to like I ,t

Delia Thomas is spending Reevesville, S. C., and were accompanied T. Frank Lnndrum Starke, Fla. Prepare SPARKLE VANILLA it a Jut) for those teas are blendedto .
few weeks in Ft. with home their I iv finri'iT c..Jt'r.' lIlt ClPOtIl) Atty for Plf. 1.11 ft 2.1 PUDDING according to package give real enjoyment I ITIIAT
a Myers by grandmother '
Ol'vrv. FLUIIIUtt IV ( 1IAt :\- directions; cool. Just before serving -
her children Mr. and Mrs. Gus Mrs. J. H. McAlhaney <' >:itv.Dlrkee iv mtri'ir ..tnr.oiNrr. III'UFOIIP layer of pudding and FOR THI TW2NTY-MCOND I IIt's
Morocco, Plaintiff vs. nlrh- < FI.MIIIUII ivKIIV. : t.UAN: put off to >
easy as rolling a log
Thomas and Mr.; .and Mrs. L. F. and their aunt Mrs. ,E. C. Eber-: ar>I L Morocco. Defendant. Case <' your favorite preserves between make this Washinirton's Birthday I I

Thomas.CONSTIPATION. hardt both of Reeve vtlle. who Nu. 5365. Mao Nell Goodwin Plaintiff, v*. two hearts. UmmmiCHIIIWOITHY salad. Cover itraittht of banana
OliDKR OK PtrnLlCATION Lois M. Roberts loadwlii, 1I0f.". plmes:
will attend the wedding of Miss ANI> NOTfTS' TO APPHAHSTATI3 dun(. Case No. 5309 4" long with ANN PAGE I '
Barbara :Home anuV Robert C. OF FfXJRlUA to: Richard unman OF' punLtCATiON- CHIllY PllWashington's ALAI JJUE9S. ''I, I t '
.. J.,. Uoraui.o, whom resldenca and AND NOTlCm.TO.APPUAM-4 '" Birthday -without i. \- 't
.... -of r'
:Mr.and Mrs. Fred 'riee and and give it an extra festive touch, before chopped nuts and -
.. February 24, 1947. In the above residence are unknown t
_.. .. .f: DAD. COLDS family 'of Plant City were visitIng named Court and cause wherein You are required to appear on baking it; I cut out with a ''Inl.rtacardboard (J.. .
Expert Bicycle I plaintiff. seek divorce. Pradford March 8..1. 1947 In thu.above sharp knife two hatchet-shaped hatchet in a slit In
: becomes,
Retained undigested! r here recently. County T.I.wraph shall punllnh thl.Ord..r named Court and cause, wherein designs. about three Inchellliong in each .
putrefactive causes toxins which' In next four weeKly IssussWitness plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford << banana'Moir.! J I
Repair overload the lives and other vital organs -'I i No school was held here Monday my hand and official County Telegraph shall publish this the top crust. Then, after its Pretty I And oil HO tasty-thank* ,
of the body lessening your re.eistance .I due to boiler trouble which pre seal at Stacks, )Florida this Jan Order In next four weekly Issue baked and cool, I nil the hatchet to the tart-lIweet flavor of erelUJlJ'I I t
Whether It's a major operation to colds and other winter 1111 vented the heating of the school uary 23 147. Wltnes mv hand and official seal. designs with whipped cream. I smooth ANN PACE SALAD
and Interfering with their treatment.Why (OFFICIAL. $i AT.) A. J. ThomasAs at Htarke. Florida thin loth of make my light flaky crust with mtESSlNOt !
or the mere tightening of chance when you can building; giving the children an Clerk of said Court. January un.IOFFICIAI.o .
take this --- -- -
bolt you can be sure yonI'bleyt'le take Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughlyyet unexpected but welcome holiday. Chnrles Mv Lucille H. n.C. ..Conner. 201-05 D.RealtyIiulldlnKT. C. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ., .I

will receive prompt and : pleasantly act on every foot; of Mae Hall of Theresa spent Jacksonville, Florida ,
careful attention here.. Intestines, sweeping out toxin- Atty. for Plf. 1-24 4t 2-1 : I
virus- Wednesday with Yvonne Brooklns
four putrefactive foods and t '
: mucus enabling you to more Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Couch left rmrvrr COITRT( 1.0,4pP'OnD
BIGGS & BAKER effectively avoid or fight a cold.Noth. in Little I.N'(rntlVTV FLOItlUAl CISAN.t.ItIt .
last week for their home
tag acts like good old Calotabs.Use as V. _ _ _ .f i. t
BICYCLE STORE directed.: 100 and 250 at all drugglats. Rock Ark., after spending several Woodrow W. Reeps Plaintiff vs :
months In this community. lortle w. Reeps, Defendane. CBS ;
No. &aU r' !
JU V!. Call St. Starke, Fla. Take CALOTABS Frederick and Harvene Watter- ORDER OF PUnLICATTOX-
I son,visited L J. Wynn at the OF FLORIDA to OerMV. I

Alachua Gainesville County Sunday. Hospital 1 In North N.. C.Keeps$Carolina.lanltarlum.whose. i: lcen ioulta W; Great days are ahead of \ "; t: I

EXCELLENCEthe __Toti. __are_required.' .to- .appear_ ._onnamed 1 I ,
reoru.Iry at, .n.. In tUS afloveI this iiatioriand the world ; :
4 ez/
court and cause, wnereliplaintiff c '
iv: CIROVIT coi'HT. BitAnFonnCOI'N I "
of management make up ; 'rv. FLOHIUAl IN CHAN; seek divorce. Bradford t 'I
economy County Telegraph shall publish this t

a primary quality of our Service whichis Oeorce CMIY.: H. Wahl Plaintiff, v*. Arts Order Witness In next my. four hand weekly and official Issues And electricity will ...J.i

dedicated to the affairs and needs of line \, Wahl Defendant. Case No,. seal. at Mtarke, Florida, this Jan- .i I I \

bereavement. 5JM'ORDER' OF PUBLICATION uary(OFFICIAL 21, 1947.BRAT.) A. J. Thomas. have a great part to play, UJP/V:> I ''i ;
AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court. :
8T\TB OP FLORIDA to: Ad.lln I .
Hy Lucille C. Conner I>. C. I
A. Wahl. who... residence and ad.dr. R. 1C. Duncan, 617 Lynch BulldlniJacksonville granted only I that I it can :
.... I.: 70 Hulbcrt Ave. FarlportDODfcHNUTS I Florida, ,
Atty. for Plf. 1-24 4C 1-14 oo1! .

DEWITT C. JONES iv' nnrriT ('fII''n.... nnAnromOINTr be unfettered ... with full $ 1Jl1J1J1J&! 1 :

Mary Fance 'Witt. Plaintiff vs opportunity for the largest [ r-

Funeral Director 5362 Frank Witt., Defendant. Case No. :' \

STARKE!: PHONE 7 ORt>")R OF T-nBLIfATION possible individual : "I
Our local funeral Home enables, us to I Witt whose residence ,Is to 121: Has /r" '

offer conveniences and services' not Kay. Street, Charleston Houth CaroUna. initiative and energy .j.1/I '

otherwise available. ., You are required to appear on ,y' I'I

"- nsmed.' : ':'rroulr} ,f J1.c In.:.h.Wh.. :r 'r': r .,

We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices art I'UUN 'OK SUGARED plaintiff. seeks divorce. Tlradford ,

accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT com FKESII JULY AT- Order County In Telecraph next four shall wsskly publish Issues.this. THOMAS A. EDISON i, ''L'' I

Wy. as payment In part or In full on a funeral. ,Consultation BAKERY Wttneim my hand and official
seal at Ktarke, Florida, this 22ndof '
Crr1es .
no obligation. January 1047. \
t (OFFICIAL SEA) A. J. Thomas I'' f !
_ : AM Clerk nt said' Court. J : .,
.* .... fly Lucille C. Conner, I). (7. : 1 :
- John J Henderson Esq, St. Augus.tine. 141: i i' f

Fla. ___ !
Atty. fur Plf. 1-24 4t 2-14

fLL ', ', .
iv niri'ir cot-itT; nRtnpnnnf .
MEET YOUR .ol.N rr. FI.OUIUAl IV CIIA.V.Acne's : ,
I (".:11 Y. I
fRfStfflSH Hchllewens Nelson' Plaintiff I "
AT THE vs. Jsme* harry Nelson.: Defendant, q I", 'I' I

C.."ORDER-OF PUBLICATION Mr. Edioa Wail a customer of our 1 f 'l"' 'i 4 .. I '


BLUE TAVERNGood At All TimesSea Harry STATE. Nelson OF FLORIDA whose residence to James Is Both his homo and laboratories In .. l'< I ,

% No. 410 East find St., savannah. Ft. Myers wr served by Florida t ;
Trout Red Bass Ueoritla. .
Home-Cooked Meals Sheep Head You are required tf> appear on Power & Light Company We are / ;!4I4'i "' I
I'ompano February 24th, 1547, In the above
Mullet Croakers named court and cause, wherein, proudthallnhow.v.rsmaflaway. j 1 ,1"1"we "
Food plaintiff seek divorce. Brsdfordounty .'
Steaks Chicken Sea Large Shrimp T. hall publish this. ; J: .
helped In forming ) high ,
Order In nextour weekly Issue
Witness my hand and official f J'J'I r"
Plate Lunches seal at Htsrke, Florida this 22nduary oplnJoahe.Iway.e.prMHdlorth. :: : t : .
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