Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02894
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02894
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,Sitt n'; In The Shade I

With Colonel Bradford I II It


if .1' any consolation to you Colonel's seldom falls) it was

.wmterirwiiu, : are warmer now back, around 1919 when a combination -
grandiather's day. .of Charlie and Gus flea F
han Authority m! for this comforting ley, Jim Klckllter. Harold Wall.! Official County Publication Established In 1877

information is Dr. Clarence and Pitt Tomlinson brought the
''It, of University of CI'mnatt' '. town the I .. . I
mythical title of that
the '
of ''Lv"i.xTr-NINm FKMKUAKY
Mills -il-AKKK. PfARIUAFItllr.\h'. 14. 1IM7 .NUMItKK SKVKNTEENColdest
$ laboratory for exper day, after a series of victories that ._ .
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medicine. I will always stand high In local I ;
lental !)

"Since 1850 earth temperature I sports annals. WeatherIn Red Cross Dinner I Ladies InvitedTo 'Cities Service I
vcrywhere have been rising- Those .of us In the older and I WarningThere I I
emphatically since "middle" generations will remen

ore''O Just, t'thought 1'. Mills maintain you'd like I to ber In the many teams another of the 20s who, contrlbu followed Seven Years For Workers I lie. at the present. time Banquet ; Buys Property

this as you go out to sui- Ing individual play of excellent: I an increase In the number of

noW frozen berries, beam, calibre and brightening the Start cases of \thmi|>lnK cough chickenpox .
,y your Holds' Back In Fund Drive Given By C of CIn For Bulk Plant
nd uorn athletic scene In the era whe ( CropsBradford and measles lit Bradford -

basketball was the major aport County. Many of these.

Now maybe you can figure of both high school and indepet County turned a flgur A "klck.off" for the annual Red I ouwn hate not brae seen by an effort to better acquaint Sale of the S. R. Johns, Jr. t

,liS, one, out Frankly, It has the dent competition. atlve collar up around Its ear Cross fund drive will be held here pltjmlciuim and hate not born tho ladles of the community with property at the Intersection of I

id Colonel stumped: Lacking the records to bracket this week and "holed in" to rid Monday night. March 3, In tho rt-portfd. It Is.urged that pur- affairs that affect the welfare end State Highways 100 and 16 to I

A week or so ago there was a these names In their proper yea out the bitterest cold spell In Methodist recreation building at I tints observe their children carefully prosperity of the town the Starke R. B. Roberts of Worthington

;eat commotion along Call of play, the .old Colonel will seven years. Somewhat as a cat which time key workers throughout and that any child nua- Chamber of Commerce will be Springs wall announced this week. I II

treet Salesgirls and clerks dash nevertheless Indulge his reverie 1 to toys with a mouse, that mythical the county will be guests of parted of bring ill ire kept at host Thursday night, Feb 27, to I Documentary stamps Indicated the

i to the front windows and stood this extent: Some of those wh figure, Old Man Winter, three the Chapter at dinner. : linnio and away from otherehIldren. the wives of the business' men of I' sale price to be $10,000.The .
ere gaping in amazement are played on local teams, and wh everything in the book at Flor The announcement was made I These tllwam'-t can beery tho community and thr'r husbands property, consisting of I

young high school girls cam were very good, indeed, Include Idlans this week after letting ,following a drive-planning con \ serious the In any Dire child group and I I three lots anti( a large, 40-year-

,ippin down the street dressed Cecil (Ox) Whitehead Jimmy them revel in a flower-bedeckei ference held in the Chapter offices especially the individual.young J. Frank Runhton, outstanding old residence (the former home 1

hobble( skirts, made by turning and; Brownlee, Melvin (Jeff) Futcl, Indian Summer right up until lat Monday afternoon and attended rienne:aged respect' the rlK'iti and speaker of Jacksonville, will make of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Retch) will .

e garments upside down, Elmer McMillan, Joe Malpa"Cupie" January. by H. F. Moran, special wishes. of other | and do the principal address of the even- Du used as the site of a large
ruing fcroad-brlmmed hats, tat Retch, Alvin Beck, Be Hardest freezes of the belated field representative from the Atlanta |1"1,111 Ncliool Ing, and also a guest will be Hill Cities Service gasoline bulk plant
not send child\ to
ily ornamented with fruit and and Sam Sternberg, Gerald and winter struck here Monday and office, and D. A, Monteith, any of Johnson, manager of the Jacksonville and service station Mr. Roberts I
or other 1.11&1. gatheringthat
,,were Everyone knew some Ralph Cox, Monk Dinkins Grad Tuesday mornings with an unofficial 1947 fund drive chairman for hate roinmunlcubludlHeiute. Chamber of Commerce Is Cities Service distributor In

,ing was up, of course, and I It Brannen, and Leo Hughes to low of 18 degrees reported Bradford County may. lave a tbie! child seen A number of local entertainerswill this territory.

med out that the three young mention a few, on some "home" (and usually inaccurate Mrs. W. R. Morse, executive by physician' whoa neeesssrry also appear on the program. The proposed construction program f.
[dies were being Initiated int I ) thermometers. Straw secretary of the local chapter, an- for dlal:1t""'" or treatment. Invitations are being' issued this to bo carried out by Cities f

[e BHS Band. I always figured that the Chinese berries and the small acreage ..of nounced that a feature of the Itrudfurd Co. Hnlih Dcpt.\ week to the wives of the Starke I Service Includes overnight or "rest

Well, and good. Never wase I were a pretty smart race of too-early corn and beans that was dinner will be the awarding of business men, and A. J. Thomas, I stop" quarters for long-haul truck j

> to curb the exuberance of people, and It seems to me that a already up had been dealt i a Certificates of Merit to volunteerworkers president of the Chamber of Commerce I drivers, and a restaurant for

the young spirits. My only; little lesson might be learne knock-out blow by freezes of the who faithfully served the Bananas Ripened urges all ladles to fill in ,I truckmen and other transients. It

nan for mentioning the fuel from the article in the Telegrap previous week, so there was. local Red Cross In various capacities Before First FreezeUntil the reply postcard stating whetheror Is believed that the Johns home

mt at all Is to point out anothe last week about the Hop Soo: virtually nothing that could be during World War II. not they will be present, They will ba remodelled and convertedto I

Irk of human nature, which be Farm at It seems that further damaged by this week' should. also Indicate whether or thin purpose, while a filling
Lawtey. the
Following .the' dinner, an-
[HIM more of a mystery to the the young Chinaman operating cold. nual meeting of the chapter will e not they will be accompanied by station will be constructed between -
il Colonel every day he lives. Activity on the State Farmer husband or other escort. the residence and the high
that enterprise plants several acre be held, at which time officers
Soon after the three young In Market platform was at a standstill ways. Construction will begin
The dinner will be held In the
behold, of Chinese vegetables every week] with the' for the new year will be
and contrast
UPS passed by, lo ,, in marked within 30 days.
the' winter that hIs This session will.be presided oVl'rby recreation building of the Methodist -
throughout so
: i ir a when from i
apparition approached scene in mid-January The at the Intersection
>! and' Dr. M. B. Herlong retiring Church: and will begin at 8 property, busy
of objects (girls I presume) continuously harvesting 1,000 to 1,300 crates of straw- o'clock. of two highways, has a
wring blue dungarees rolled carrying produce to the marke berries were being shipped dally chapter chairman. frontage of 150: feet on Highway I
instead .of having It all come In Of the evening's
legs, When asked for his weekly A highlight
.Ifway np their splndley repor 200 (formerly 13) and a depth of
itlandinhly-checked wool shirts, at one time.I yesterday, Market Manager R. E.' program will be I a talk on Red xt'f8 Florida Plastics 110 feet.

ils flipping In the wind,-bobb;: understand that members al Alvarez commented wryly that i a Cross:! work by Mr. Moran. Getting Inquiries Roburts' operation here will provide

and the Inevitable the Bradford Farm Bureau ar "grand total" of ONE crate had<
of course
x From All Over U. S. the first Cities Service bulk i
it-heeled saddle oxfords. Buone going to try something like that passed through the market during Fire DepartmentKept plant in this territory. :
window to< with their corn this planting week. The lone crat
ran to the year the past l More than two-thirds of equip I
,k at them! They were accepted It "along and along" so that was brought in last Friday by;; Busy By ,r ment for the Florida< Plastics i t

a matter of course. Hardly!; everybody's corn won't reach the Mrs. Billy Noegel, who had some Frequent Blazes plant had been unloaded from Boy Scout Week }

liea-l was turned to give them I a platform at the same time, flood plants covered with straw, and huge trucks this week, followingthe Observed LocallyNational t

end glance. Inn the market, and spoiling the was sold to a buyer from Alachui Freezing temperatures of last I journey from the dismantled

> am just wondering, however, for $9.In Monday and the preceding weekend rwtiw I Art Display factory at Wlnston- Boy Scout Week,

a stranger from' 'some other price.Well, If* only natural that ou the opinion of Market Manager were accompanied by four a I: Salem B. H. Hanktn, technical which closed yesterday was celebrated I

knet suddenly dropped Into .oui Chinese friends should have a few Alvarez there is still mor fires, none of a serious nature. engineer, stated that all materials locally c by the 'Cubs and

dst and was asked to pick the tricks of farming up their sleeves. cold to come, and if he's right It /A roof blaze at the residence of would be received and the plantlet Scouts! of troop TO at"' a Parent's) ..

,sup] of girls he thought looked After all, they were at It several will be'' at least the middle -of Mrs. Carrie Ingram, at Cherry I up for operation within two Night last Monday,; and special I

if they were being ,,initiated, thousand years before America March before berry shipment and South Streets, WM quickly j jControIled to three weeks. .services Monday' evening at, tha ,

nlch he'd choose! Ten. to'; one was) discovered. If we can lean her reach any appreciable' vol : ,At'' '.415,15, a. m., Mon, "told weather made a belated Layout' of the building will !In- Presbyterian' Church. 'I j I,

'd pick the dunfkread. damsels, anything. from themllet':,; go .t:! urnSome ?. / : day. The dei). mentt. was.aleo, appearance several weak I Chile .room- for' printing:machines I I 'P r.lt *''-ht-WUh' ..u..1 1
; : '
theolherg"at; a ard.tIu; farmers, taking a "loni called to a roof fire at.12:13: p. m' ago, Bradford"*.County had begu I conveyors, silk-screen' pro- and"fathsry meetlnl" with troop I.

(vantage of stilt looking !einln- chance" that winter, has spent.Its Saturday, February 8;'at the home to assume a definitely tropical appearance ceasing, assembly: shipping, lab members In' the Legion Hill; featured r

Never was there a truer sayIng full force, are planting sprint of James Hornaby, in northeas with flowering azaleas, oratory, and art department -- a talk by District Com "

...-- than: When, it rains It pours crops now, while others prefer to Starke. I blossoming red bud trees, and where designs for the various missioner T H. Osborna on I

The! problem of parking. aloniII Our near-neighboring' .of wait until the full moon in March, An automobile belonging tMr < other evidences' of year 'roun products are conceived. Achievement, and a round-tabla r

\ on a busy Saturday Madison recently experienced Ita around the 8th. A regrettable factor *. A. I. Cholts, northbounc summertime. Items-scheduled for early discussion. It was planned that I

uppermost In the minds of many most eventful week In hlstor, some .observers say, is tha tourist caught fire on East MadIson Pictured above IsT. AvGravei book pro 'similar sessions will henceforth. .
ductlon are plywood novelty
idtra. The latest to register when these three calamities tool the immediate'planting of truck at 1:30: p. m. last Thursday Sampson Lake dairyman, holding and machines. be held each month

opinion with Colonel Bradforc place In rapid succession: A tobacco = crops here will coincide now with The blaze, attributed to a leaky; a huge bunch of luscious, rip cigarette dispensing Dr J. W Kauffman spoke Sunday .
S C. farmer front the re-planting in Central am bananas that reached maturity Frederick J. Itankin, father.ol
Knight, a warehouse exploded; a trail carburetor was readily brought. ; night on the toplo "Scouts, I
r neighboring town of Lawtey, Jumped the tracks; and Gyps: South Florida where virtually under control. i here before the first freeze that the plant's technical engineerwho !, Ancient and Modem" Membersof r

ID likes to do. a bit of shopping Rose .Lee's1 auto trailer collide everything' was wiped clean b] An alarm was sounded in Rem< did not come until late in Jan had been associated with Art the Starke troop presented th.a i I

Starke on Saturday.I with a truck, Just outside of town I this week's all-inclusive freeies at 11:25: : a. m. the same data, uary.Mr. Displays for the past eight y ars,, Scout oath and law, fix Cube reo..
wonder If Starke merchants Wonder If Madlsonians have recovered A glutted market might be the when clothes hanging on a wall'' Graves, whose farm In l la- has arrived from Winston Salem cited the "Cubs Promise" t
they're losing lots of bust result if vegetables from both I cated a mile and a half east ot and will reside here permanently.
usual decorum yeti Mrs. Edward V. Charbonneau
I residence wereIgnited
their Inside a Negro ,
ia because people can't find ace North and South Florida reach with Sampson Lake, near the Georgia Victor Williams, plastics engineer,,
time in May... by children'"playing alnu/ was an arrival this week and contralto soloist, sang the national
maturity at the same railroad, reports that hili
to Southern
paikT" Mr. Knight .. Those .of us who frequently] I matches." Damage was confined In the anthem, the Lord's Prayer, and I
cucumbers, will remain to assist plant'sallllembly.
Beans, thin produce(
w 'I hear my friends talk become disgusted with the status to the clothing.Bradford banana trees Reason "God Bless America"
about It, and now that gaaop this old planet .will appreciate peppers, peas, and Irish potatoes around 15 fine bunches of fruit, .
p l plentiful many of them are quo on commentby have generally been hit hard, with Ordinarily, freezing temperaturearrive Among the hundred' of machines A demonstration of Scoutlnll'actlvltle.
19 on to other towns because old Bob a Jones,sage one .of theountry's 100 percent losses reported in Farm Bureau earlier In the season and now being moved to the courthouse. was lawn presented last Saturday on the ..

Y can't get within walking dls- .- outstanding evangelists some' areas. Will Meet Tonight spoil the bananas before they; plant are automatic painting '}
afternoon, with the boys showing
' I'd' rather shop In Starke be. Says he: corn is planned in Bradford All members of the Farm dairyman doesn't know pretties, drill presses, and buffing the' process of setting up camp

!e it Is our county seat and 1 "According to the newspapers, County this year, but Lima bean Bureau are urged to attend the who planted the trees, which wen and. sanding lines for polishing pitching tents, cooking and first I

that we should all be loyalty men'will soon be taking trips tc plantings will probably be lighter meeting in the courthouse tonight growing on the farm when he< ilHHtlcn., A personnel of 22 Is aid

to promote our home in- the moon in some kind of rocket: than usual because of the high (Friday) when a new schedule, purchased' It through the Fedora employed In the assembly and

'Is, the Lawtey farmer said,, which they propose to make price of seed around $20 per Including the proposal for bimonthly -i Land Bank In 1938. setting up of equipment Young Jimmy Black

it t you Starke people are surely One boastful scientist suggest bushel. I meetings, will be dis A former Georgian, Mr Gravel President C. L. Honjerson stated Turns ExhibitorTo
takes over ,
nation that
.r.g It hard to do." that the cussed.At milks 12 head of cows and delivers yesterday that Florida PlastlcaIs

II' Knight thinks It would be the moon will be of able the to world control be- : Rites ThursdayFor the organization's regular to Starke. now receiving "Inquiries from Aid Dimes Drive

Net'!' Idea if Starke merchants the transactions session last week matters concerning all over the United States Indicative I
of military advantages. Mrs. Nora SweatMrs. Jimmy Black, 9, son of Mr and
II get together and agree to the purchase and distribution Starke Bowler of a potentially large quantity
Mrs. H. Tolbert Black, of Lake.land
'e ':-lelr cars at home, or park "When God made man He gave of fertilizer were considered of orders."
Sweat Futch ,55,
earth He Nora Wins Cash Prize had heard of the March of
over the ; for
,ust outside of the shop- him dominion at the home and an order was placed .
morning f
Wednesday Dimes and decided he wanted to .
dt.trlct--especlally on Sat. lid not give him heavens.dominion over Mans >tf her brother, Perry Sweat, In several thousand strawberry plants New bowling) laurels were wor Wm. C. Phillips do something about It. I'
Yr H9 also wonders If It's the: moon and the and a supply of corn seed.
111iesf. A. :Manassa Ir
after lengthy H.
Starke a last Sunday by
North had him
Ills parents given arum
to rot going to fly to the moonr In of the setback resulting Has Army PromotionWilliam
awry keep those long toadies He is She was born In 1891 in spite the second annual TrStateSingle's of money for purchase of a
open on Saturday, point. Invade any other planet. of from the late cold, the countY'1Ifarmers
when the
the daughter tournament,
down here Baker County, C. Phillip, pop of Mr murh-deaired pair of cowboy
out to stay right in "their best financial
that few trucks going are
large he: late Jack and Mary Thomp- local kngler placed third In a and Mrs. O. J. Phillips of Lawtey, boots. But Jimmy came to the
'e Deliveries on Saturday where he belongs, and he will of her position In years", accord- of 1,134.,.. "
ton Sweat, but lived most field of 60, with a score has been promoted to the grade conclusion that he'd forego those 'I
'be le has something there. robably keep on messing up this life In Bradford County near Law- Ing to a Bureau official. Evidenceof The contestants played six Samell8crOllll of corporal It was announced by boots and press. his movie proJector I
ka+' It's worth considering just like he's been doing late husband, Wll- this was noted In the large at the Spring
planet tey: where her 12 alleys Major General I. H. Edwards Into service for a benefit
i how i feel that when Starke began. If man went amounts .of ready cash available '
sinGe time lam Futch, farmed. field Bowling Center, in Jackson Commanding General of the show i
dUnta become fully aware of to Mars like he is now, a corrupt, Funeral services were held for purchase of fertilizer and other ville. Manasna won a prize of United States Air Forces In Europe The money went for films available 1.

"tuation something will bet I I miserable sinner, and there were Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock needs.D. 1100. the organization: thats/ at a Lakeland camera shop. '
correct It, for certainly creatures on Mars, he L. Hay, representative of went to H. Kramer '
good f,11Hampton
my it the graveside \ \ Top honors policing the American Zone of occupied Jimmy set up an opnn air th.
''ne> wants to drive business would probably lead them astray.I'd with the Rev. John the Department of Education, at Savannah, who shut 1,218,
Cemetery; Germany from the air. atre In the yard of his home and ,
1 from his door.keeneyed hate to think of the heavenly 'oreside officiating. DeWitt C. will discuss the state's program while Cy Logsdon, .of Jacksonville, Phillips Is now serving In Invited friends and neighbors to I
rehabilitation, as Cpl.
chaotic and bloody as Funeral Home was in for vocational second with 1,107. I
planets as Tones' was Post Office of this Air attend and make donations./ I
feminine readerin call earth has been arrangements.Mrs. concents! farmers, at tonight'smeeting. ; Mantissa brothers, Henry the
of The
his ball we charge ** Force Headquarters City. Priorto Both children and adults 1'0. 1
in. front of the door. the In the past few years"To I Futch Is survived by two and Art have consistently won or his entry Into the Army in tpondnd on the night of Friday, : t. ,
day.oionel! the old Colonel can Perry and Levy Sweat, high In various tournancntsi f !
which brothers, placed November 1945: he attended Bradford January 31. The next day Jimmy .
Bradford have you no- only add a fervent Amen! oth of Starke, and by two sisers. Infant ShieldsInfant of the southeast. High School In Starke and turned over the sum of $g.63 to
the! error In spelling In the Misses Molly and Myrtle Throe states, Florida Georgia Postal March! of Dimes officials .
later was employed as \
Chamber Of Commerce sign T" Have Program Sweat, both of Jacksonville. She Winifred Joyce Shields and South Carolina, were repre- Jimmy's parents are wall-re ,"
uke'I.' "The one on toP of Scouts; was a member of the Baptist laughter of Paul and Margaret anted In the championship con-' Clerk at Camp Blanding. membered locally. Mr. Black 1'1? .
building! ClubIn Prevail Shields, of Starke, died I Cpl. Phillip! arrived In Ger- I
\t Rotary Ihurch. eat Sunday. University of Florida law graduate J I j 4
tomm.' Yes mam," i hmmd. February 7 In the Alachua County I many to begin his occupation first practiced at Macclanny. r I I
something J. P. Two Businesses lie mother In. the former MJs i. I
about it before too many Peek, Feb. 7-13, three members January 29.' that was stationed at Keosler Cstella Kendrick, daughter of Mr.
ItA notice it," she protested. of r Troop 70. together with Scout- 'L. A. Canova Home She is survived by her parents, Shift LocationA Field, Miss. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrlck.. I. 'I t .

noun Hope ,0 too," :J a- aster E. T. Shull and Cubmaater L. A. Canova a sister, Suzanne, and 'half-sin- !
of the
I presented an In. Purchase Donna Gill. '** ; two-way shift in business Jobs t "
G. S. Newcomb, Eighth St. by ter, Barber Changes '
of residence on West announced this week asilgg Odd Fellows Meet '
Rotary .
i believe It wID. Hmnun. resting program at the local Dodge* Ply. Funeral services were held at ites was U \'r I
Hub Wednesday, discussing the J. P. Roberts this he graveside, with interment in ie Baker Bicycle Shop, fornerly Rome J. Andrews, who has occupied "
recent in mouth dealer, wa* anounced situated at 125: Went Call The regular meeting of the Tnlepemlent I'
of activity
organlnUon a Prevatt Cemetery,
of and the No. 1 chair at the City
aNletic aMclatlon basket- rogram community and expressing week. Mr. and Mrs. Roberta DeWitt C. Jones was In charge moved to 109 West Call, next Order of the Odd Fel- t' 1 1lows i t
Ills Into thehome '
th1lI for the I""!*** of giv- hanks to the Rotary Club for its lon, Perman, will move have of the arrnagaments. door to Alvnres Btore. Barber Shop for the past several was held at 7:3M p. m. f''
city due representation of the Troop.T. about March 1. They The Bradford Barber Shop will years, announced yesterday that Thursday night. A class of can. I.

dependent. sports, recall an sponsorship district commlsloner. been occupying a bungalow belonging nova from its present location on ha will be associated with the lldates received their Initiatory ,
"r H. Osborne, to Mrs. A. S. Crews on Singing ConventionBradford's to the award of I r '
the just icgrees prior
When for Street Into space
r. Stark had a briefly, asking Court Bradford Barber Shop after It I'
tat which literally. spoke in Scouting Walnut St. convention seated. by Biggs Ac Baker., Proprietor the regular degrees of the order, ,
tli Mmen "mopped lore active Interest Mr. and MI'!!. Canova and son singing stated that, moves from Its present location A Jacksonville team o/ml. tiJ ;
R. L.
and was, In fact, wilt meet Sunday, Febru. Morgan '
the part of parents. time being Into soup Court Street to Its ,
'ChaU OD will move for the and other Installa m ) new quarters Deputy District Grand Tom Keenan x(11
e "aged claimant to theUIIPlonshlp" Scouts taking part on the proIrram Lake cottage of Mn.J ary 23, at the Brooker Baptist the plumbing ( 1
ch work."J' .
the KIngsley March below the Davis Hotel. the degree
Bert Newcomb. Tommy Everyone; .In.It.e4.. ; km* will be completed by t, '
n :,? .E.: ,C&aev J { L-
Adr w
r.ory serves (,and,'"the. old ardlac.( sad Rostald > ,i
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WOE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY ...LEG........ STARK?. FLORIDA; FRID.>Y.no .FRnrtrr.ty. -----...... ..,
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Tense Drama of Jacksonville, at Antioch Ceme- ceived his honorable discharge in Perry Friday of last week. Mr. Cove Sprlnga was the'
tery, In La Crosse, on Monday.Mr. from the service last week at Smith's! mother returned ,with guest of Mrs. Edna Jones dlnn@t
Scheduled At ParkIn
\' EtiUbllBhed 1877 Boyd had many friends here Camp Beale, Calif He arrived them for a short visit here. Junidr SUnday
"The Killers"Ernest who will regret to hear of his here Saturday to be with his wife Albert Crews and RUW( ?,
,, E. Matthews! ___________ Editor: and Owner death. and son. Mrs. Grlffls moved Mr and Mrs Cllsson Oh Ism were business visitors \,,
and family were visiting Mr; and Gainesville last week
Hemingway's famed Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bedenbaughand here recently from Lake Geneva Mrs. Bob ParrIsh in Orange Mrs. Ruth Fitzwater
PobUshrd Weekly on Fridays and Entered tot Second Class Matter story, "The Killers" has been young son, of Deland, spent and we welcome them to our com-'Heights recently. Opal Allen attended and yin
at the Pot Office at Stark, Florida made into a melodrama which ar- the weekend here with relatives. munity.) church ser,
MIllS Wanda Harris of Green vices at Boatdratn last
t rives ,at the Park Theatre next The community extends sympathy Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and I Sunday

SUBMIT; PLANS BEFORE YOU BUILD week as one of the most tend;, to Mrs. J. H. Saxon, Mrs. daughters, Willie Mae and Norma
human film productions of the W. H. Griffin, and Garfield Johnson Lee, of Alachua were visiting Mrs. j
The City Council is to be congratulated upon its action year. The local showing Is booked the recent death of their Jordan's mother, Mri. S. R. Swin- It Can Use More>> Pulpwood

J last week requiring plans to be filed by any property owner for Sunday through Tuesday, brother, S. R. Johns, Sr., of dell, Sunday,
who desires to build or move any type of building on to February 16.18.Translated Starke.A Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thigpenand ffflyWRITE TIMBER DEPT

property within the city. In the future all plans must be to the screen by series of dally revival meetIngs Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of Container Corp'n. of America Fernandina, Fla,
approved by the Council before the property owner may Producer Mark Bellinger, himself will begin Sunday, February Starke, were guests of Mr. and
d'''' a noted short story writer, the 19, at the Hampton Christian Mrs. Sidney tSrlffis and Mr. and
l with construction.
; proceed .. .
r1 picture features a trio of young, Church and will continue through Mrs. J. Swindell Sunday. "" w_'" ,n ,_ -" ,"_. "" ,,_ -, _,
would be much if
Starke a prettier town today such a. dynamic playera In Burt Lancaster March 2. M. B. Miller, Evangelist Ernest Trlest was visiting.
requirement had been placed in effect five or six years ago. Ava Gardner and Edmond will have charge of the ser-: friends in Jasper Sunday.Bethel.
There was much construction here during the war years O'Brien.In vices. A most cordial invitationIs WEEK-END SPECIALS
. .' .
that is a detriment rather than an asset to the town, and true Hemingway style, all extended to all to attend.Theressa. :
several lovely residential streets have been spoiled by shan- the characters are sharplyetchedand oJ. P p, .. ._
. .
ties that would look much more "at home" in Boom Town. leave a definite impact on the t. e e e a e

However, all rules had to be relaxed during the war years, mind. The central figure Is an By Mrs. E. W. Allen SAPP'SSTORE STARLING'S'
and most of this construction, shoddy as some of it was, Insurance man, played by O'Brien, e . .
answered an emergency need for placing roofs over the< whoRe attempt to Bottle a small By Eva Mae Trlest &
heads of families who were in our midst and could not find claim leads him to the uncover- . . . Ellis Underhill of Green Cove
ing of a Ions-disbanded group of, Springs, was the guest.._of. Mrs GROCERY
shelter.Now criminals. I Mrs. Delaney Dickinson and W. Sadie Murrhee last Sunday.
that conditions have returned to a certain degree I Shapely Ava Gardner is the sullen S.. Sibley were among those attending Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and
f of normalcy, however we feel that Starke'today is building but beautiful woman in the I the revival services in children were visiting his parents, 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. Call St.
for and more and attention should be I I Hampton Baptist Church Monday.
care givento
permanancy story and Burt Lancaster, sensational -, I
the type of construction that is permitted here. It is a newcomer from the stage,!I Mills Muriel Raley was in Jacksonville Friday & Saturday Feb. 14 15

little late to start "planning" the growth of our city, and plays Swede, the curiously resigned Friday night of last week. Williamson

much of the harm that has already been done will remain as murder victim in the Hemingway Ernest, Leon, Ervin and Miss Electric Service 25 Lbs. Real Good 2 Cans No. 2Tomatoes
sore spots for years to come. But "better late than never", tale. Eva Mae Trlest attended the revival -
and NOW i is the time to prevent any further constructionthat In the strong supporting cast .In Hampton Thursday night .., .. F... ,
might detract from the town and depreciate the invest- are Albert Dekker, Sam Levene, of last week. Electrical Repairsand SCRATCHFeed

[ ment of some other property owner who happens to be near John Mlljan, Vince Barnett and Mr. and Mra. W. W. Packhamand House Wiring
the undesirable structure.So others. Mrs. Annie Trlest were in ,
p p
The film has a haunting new Starke last Friday.
tI don't forget, Starkcites. Before you start that new song, "The More I Know of Love," FREE ESTIMATES .
f g construction, or move something: into town that you've sung by Miss Gardner., I Buckhart Mra. Llnnie, and Beck, Mr. and Thomas Mrs. 99c 29c

"picked up" somewhere, submit your plans to the City Coun- The latest issue of "March oTime" were shopping in Starke Kinney last Frl-1 Temples e & Lake Servesfee Sta. ,
cil. is included the .
programHampton ,
day. Phone 179 Starke, Fla
Let's protect the beauty of our town, even if it "hurts"In . . C. S-Sgt. Sidney. W. Grizzle re-Il .' 10 Ibs.
a few individual cases.

IN TIME OF DISASTER By Mra. M. C. Sweeney! R. B. Alvarez & Son Potatoes37c
6 . . ,

Preparedness for disaster emergencies is one of the '
most vital peacetime functions of the American Red Cross. "The CLUB Adventure PARTY Story Club" Transfer & Storage Co. each

This statement was made this week by Mrs. \V. R. gave a Saturday morning partyon
4 Morse, executive secretary of the local chapter, in discussing the Baptist Church grounds, '

the services of the organization which will be financed for with the Rev. Lloyd L. "Uncle Phone 179 .6 OZ. PKG.Golden .
the forthcoming year in the annual fund campaign beginning Rex" King, playing host to the Factory Pack _
March 3. 65 children present. AgeSUGAR

It was pointed out that the manifold duties performed Foot races, tag, guessing games, We operate local and long
a hidden prize contest, and a Moving and MACARONI
by the Red In
Cross event of disaster are of paramount im-
clothespin doll exhibit were distance Anywhere in
portance. The effectiveness of such aid OR
t4ir has
often been of the attractive features of the Stptagll,
realized in times of flood the State of Florida.
storm and fire which occur annually morning.
t, .throughout. the United States._ Th* naatai* ftf thA nanttat SPApHETTl5c
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'1e9.', TYPical of me service provided by all chapters was that Church,- the Rev.: W. A. Scott, _. Fast Careful Moving 5 Ibs. 45c
witnessed locally during the winter Ice each
of 1945 when seven presented cups of cream to
nervicemen's families lost all their belongings in the fire the: boys and girls as gifts from
of a large rooming house at Kingsley Lake. The Red Cross the Church.

M here clothed all members of the families and provided funds B. Y. Saxon left last Friday for Let Us Cure Your Meat 12 Oz. TIN 8 OZ.
for their i
transportation'to rains s. Again in 1945 when Pompand to attend ;the wedding S W I FT'S
hurricane weather brought which flooded out ten fam of ,his granddaughter Ernestine, *SWEET MIXPickles,

ilies on low ground east of Starke, the Bradford chapter daughter of Mr.* and Mrs E. C. Plain Salt Sugar Cure '
Cure or
evacuated the victims from the area and met their various Morris, to Stephen G. Denmark, : PREM39c i

t needs during the emergency. The chapter war. of course, of Starke. Mine Morris spent the
4 on the alert for first aid requirements during the-threaten past year in Hampton and has a We also have lockers to put your
( p ing hurricane of last fall. host of friends here who wlah her
I The work of the Atlanta, Ga., chapter in_ connection,I great Joy In her marriage.Mrs. meat In after it is cured and smoked each 13c eachWe
W. N. Brown of St. Augustine -
F' with the recent Winecoff Hotel disaster shows adequately

the varied''tasks'whJch' the Red\Cross performs,in case of Hampton. ,a left former Monday resident after of Bring Your Meat In NOW As None Can

c r large fires. Shortly after the first alarm, scores of workers spending a week here with Mrs ,Be Accepted for Curing After Feb. 28 wish to thank our many friends and
were on the.job. Members of the Southeastern .
area Disaster J. W.,Horns and other friends.J.
Service! staff moved in to help, and many other area office L. Slade. Jr., Bruce Maxwell J customers for their splendid patronageat
employees worked as volunteers. and Robert Cox were among the

Even )while the fire was exacting its terrible toll, a FFA group attending the Florida STARKE ICE COMPANYPhone both our stores.
; canteen and first aid station was set up across the street State Fair In Tampa Friday of

from the hotel, and blankets, cots, stretchers, and medical last week.B. 12 Starke, Fla. Joe S. and Volley L. Starling
M. Kelly of Washington,
I supplies began arriving by Motor Corps.
An D. C., visited his cousin Mrs. UnI -
''r tims estimated 100 volunteers assisted in evacuating vic ale Seley, here Thursday of last
from the building. Thirty-one first aid instructors I week.
tLV treated upwards of 50 I
' casualties. Information and inquiry Mrs. Alma Barr of St. Augustine -
/ units were set up. One hundred and forty-seven graduates waa a recent visitor of relatives -

and student nurses were recruited by the chapter. A supply here.Friends. \
of blood plasma was rushed to the hospitals from the area of Merrill Johns, uncle Refresh
a office and used in treating victims. of Mrs. J. C. Wynn, will be pleased -

The? loCH chapter has trained first aid workers and to hear that he Is convalescIng -
maintains stock of supplies for following a critical lllnens in
any emergency which Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville.Mr. .
might occur. All necessary relief funds would be
immediately by the organization's provided and Mrs. A. W. Williamson yourself =
; and National Headquarters I and children of Cerro Gordo, N.
i, chapter.additional trained workers, if needed, would assist the C., and Mrs. B. Peel of Chad-
bourne, N. C., were recent guestsof (
Over 270 disasters occurred in the United States last Mr. and Mrs Leaaton Wynn. ,i! qs

year. The Red Cross gave assistance to 136,000 individuals, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Wooten '. ,
e; amounting! to $ ,MO.WAll aid was in the form of out- and children of Lake Butler were ,
... right gifts, which was in accordance with Red Cross policy. vests on Saturday of Mr. and
The need for old .>Irn. Jimmle Lee Cole.,
to be
clothing among ramides Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and
requiring aid from the fled
\ Cross, was also
d Mrs Morse stressed by daughter. Marie, and Mr. and Mrs.

$ All donated clothing will be used for Charles Runge of Jacksonvillewere
" persons within the dinner guests on Sunday of
county. it was stated.
\Ir. and Mm. George Williams I a
" .., .Donations will be received in the chapter's present Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. Mary \
'IP t, headquarters( in the local Armory. Williams and Mrs. Davis Dyal attended -

'fp.I the funeral of J. J. Boyd,
\ ; .

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Itaaie round; Primary and Ad- /

vanced Flying Also Private, Commercial -- = .
and Flight i Instructor """-, ..... ....
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FEBRUARY 14. 1047
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Births Rubinoff Program Is CARD OF THANKS iv nnri'iT rornr. Order In I
DesignedTo inttnronnOII next four weekly I Issues. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lois
We wish to thank our many >TV, PLOIIIUAI i.v cn.vMarjorle Wltnens, my hand and official. : M. Roberts loodwln. whose. address I
Mrs. S. L. Tetatone, (''':1111'. seal nt Starko, Florida, thin 2nd>> and residence '
i MP. and Ann). Jan:: Please All Musical Tastes friends for the kindness, sympathy I Lnsrnla Plaintiff, vs. Roe of January, 1947.OFFICIAL You are unknown.
Shirley are required to
( land appear on
rooker girl and beautiful lfowers that 5351. Luscola Defendant. Case No. As( Clerk of SEAL said, )Court A. J. Thomas, March 3rd, 1947, In the shovenamed '
I lPiaintlft
'Iry 30. .- were so generously extended to ORDER OF I'UTlLtCATJON'AND By Lucille C. Conner, D C. Court and cause. wherein
and Mrs. Clay IJzenbee us during the recent illness and NOTICE TO APPEAR: John J. Ilendorson, KH: <]., St. Augustine seeks divorce. Bradford I I
Mr. (Merren Charles) ,. ". death of STATIC OF FLORIDA lo: Roland Fin.. County Order In Telegraph next four shall weekly. j publish...."...this.
forks boy : ', ; <.I'4t :-E1 our beloved husband and LaHpoln, whim renldancn and address Ally for Plf. 1-24 4t 2-14
brunry 5.ltr '" ''Ta. .' ,."."" 1i father 3llan R. Johns. Sr. Our 1st: 2513 Paugvr street, New Witness inv hnnd and official Bealat I
.:. Orleans, La. iv cincnr ('IIII'r. mi tiiponit titnrke. I"lorldlIhle. 0th of
and Mrs. R I.. Kessler, .s ,y ,. appreciation cannot be expressed You are required) to appear on ('ot'I'''. PI.IIICIII IV ( IIA\- Jannnry, 1947.OKKK'IAL .
Lawrence Edward) ':::: _. i.f_ In words. February S4, 1047, In the above 4 1:11 Y. ( SITAL> A.1. Thomas I-
tarke, boy ( named court and cause, wherein. Mao"Nell Ooodwln, Plaintiff vs.' As Clerk of salil Court. r
..bruar 5. ,t.t.LJ. \' : i -Family of S. R. Johns Sr. plaintiff sneks divorce and custody Luis M Roberts Ooodwln. Defen, Hy Luvlllii C. Conner, ti. C. '
... .
J. 1-1. Eunice Law ; ;'tI of children. Bradford County Telerraph ..Inllt.'u. No 5389.OR John J. Ilnnderson. E i|. t'
Mr. and MrL shall publish this order In DISK OF PUIU.ICATIOM St. \lIt..tln., Florida.
February 8. I< 4::{.. IV Crl'r: COVHT. nP-A"FORD next four weekly Issues. ANTI NOTICE TO APPEAR: Atty. for rif. 1-St 4t 2-21 ,,
/y, hoy. : ;;; .' CW1IVTY, FLOHIUM IV: C1IAM-' Witness my hand. and official. I
i'1I\ ,
CKMV.neorire '" '
nt Otarke Florida, tills Jan t.o.-\w.
_,(I> ::,;' M. Waltl Plaintiff, vs. Ade- uarv 21, 1947.O.'FICIAL I
Tailor.MadeSEAT line A, Wahl Defendant.* Case No. ( SEAL) A.I.: Thomas, I
.- 5354. As. Clerk of said Court .' '
COVERS ,'.. ... ORDER OF PUBLICATION It. O. Prown Starke Fla. 8 aI/7V 4lttICED
ANn NOTICE!! TO APPEAR: Atty. for Pit. 1-24 4t 1-14 /
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Adeline ._
A. Wahl whose residence and ad.
t dress la: 70 Hulbert Ave, Farlport, iv riRcrrr rorn-r nntitponn -- t flTLAN IC7if4oXO '
N. Y. Cal vry. FLOIIIUU is (,'U.'. 1
I You are required to appear, on 1'eIIY: .
February 14, 1947 In the above Dick.furol'co./ Plaintiff, vs. Richard fif
named court and eau wherein I. Morocco, Defendant. Ca. i ; EtR )
plaintiff. (...kll divorce Bradford No. 6.IOB.OKHER: "
h County Telegraph' shall publish this I. O1T PI'nLIOATTON ::1 :: 7VDAY.P r
Order In next four weekly '''"U.... ANtl NOTK-K( Tn APPEAR 9
Witness my bund and official STATE OF FLORIDA to: Richard "" ..,
seal at titarke, Flurltla this Jan I* Morocco whose residence. and "tr1! J
nary 22. 11)47. uddreHs Is. unknown. I
,.1., (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I.: Thomas, You are required to appear on What l II thai t mak.'the>m I
As Cleric of said Court February 24, 1947, In the above
All Work Guaranteed liv Lucille C. Conner, O. C. named Court and, reuse, wherein. _, .. good Extra QQ.- ?'tU\\' 0 ;r (',
Char. R. Menu 204-06 Realty nid '. plaintiff seeks. divorce. TTndford 5 brewing -Can 00\)0 r.: t I
WARD SEAT Jacksonville, Florida I County Teleirraph shall publish. this \ t
Atty for 1'lf. l-II 4t 1-14 Order In next four weekly Issues OlJ Time grain hop C\\tt.\I. '
COVER CO. Wltnvss, mv bond and official .. ?J Jo"" malt-Light Golden j. )I
seal I At 1'O''kC'i Florida, tills January r : I i1"1
iv: rinrrrr rorur. niiAnrnnitroil S3! 1947.OFFICIAL "' 'a'' aR)-Jl f Try them today w F''I I
(;ilVS SERVICE STATION VI'V. FI.OltlD.tl IV (,..AN. ( SISAL) A. J. Thomas t'i',. ,.. .;... ," : :
CKIIV.Vlncen As clerk of snld Court. -4( .. '
10 Court & Madison Stftt 1 .o Oerhelll Plaintiff, .. : ;
hone v Hv Lucille I f'. Conner, D.: C. I ). 1' """ ":' {I
Olaxllna Milria Polln Uorbolll De Clmrlfs. R. llesn' 204-OS! .... .'S. anJwowhatyoutir'I, \
I I fendant. Cane No. ti54.: lliilldlnir' Jacksailvlllo, Florida Realty f//.." ........... .A.OQ.W..... I ,
AND ORDER NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR: Atty. for Plf. 1-24 41 2-14 ::;:=: : : ..::: :: ,
A program cleverly arranged to the first jazz violin solo ever STATE OF FLORIDA to Sirs -- -- I
g4 1RR suit all musical tastes will be written in America, and Rubin Cel...attna Maria Folia nerhelll. iv: rniri'iT ;:;;r i;;r, nitAnronnCOIUVTY. I 1-- .; i
whose residence and address la: ri.i>itu>\i INAN.'
played by David Rublnoff when off's famed interpolations on the Tolrnno ITovlnca Snvona. Italy CKItY.Wooilrow.
he Is heard in concert at the W. Beeps, Plaintiff, vs From where I sit Joe Marsh; ;
Toil .
theme of "Don't Fence Mein", are required to appear onFobruary TertlA W. Keeps ftmdane.. Casa .1 '
0 Florida Theatre here next Friday, 34, 1047, In the abovenamed No. K3A8.
O played in nine different variations Court and whereinplaintiff
Feb. 21. at 2 p. m., and 8:13: p. m. Reeks. divorce. BradfordCounty ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND I
ranging from symphonic to NOTICE TO APPEAR':
Styled as a concert "in Telna-raph shall publish thin STATE OB" FLORIDA to Uvrtl L1
personal :
uoogle woogie.) Order In next four weekly Issues, '
W. Keeps whose rnHldenon IN
tune with the times, it I That I
possesses Witness my hand and official : Ring
Other numbers that are sure N. C. Sanitarium, Black Mountain, r
almost unlimited: scope including seal at Bfarko Florida, Ihlii January North Carolina. I
to send music lovers into ecstacies 23, 1947.OFFICIAL .
0 practically everything from Debussy are the beloved "Clair de Lune" I, ( BRAD A. J, Thomas, February You are 24 required 1947, In to the appear above on Around the Bathtub I II

to boogie woogle. (Debussy), "Souvenir" (Drdla), An Clark of .said Court. named court and cause. wherein I
All music lovers will be thrilled By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. plaintiff. seeks divorce. Bradford
ALL MAKESWork I one of the mont popular of all] T. Frank Landrum. Htnrka., Fin Bounty Telegraph shall publish this I
careful to
Jeb Crowell blew his the From Job's
.. top now on,
and stirred .
when they hear Rub- violin solos "When Day Is Done" Atty. .for Pit. 1-24 4? 214iv Ord r In next four weekly issues
noff playIng for the first timeas Witness. my hand and official other day. Seems that for weeks put his glass! down on the table
Guaranteed I (Katscher), the number that is seal I At Mtarke, Florida, this January
a violin solo the brilliant and CIRCUIT coi'nr. 11I''D''ORn. 21: 11)47.OFFICIAL\) he's been trying: to get his young cover-Ilk* the missus do**. AndIterstolcrubouUheblthtubatter
most frequently requested byRublnoff's ; rorwrv Fi.wiiiuti IN (,...AN.r. .
Quick 'Service moving :Warsaw Concerto. All ('E ( HEAL) A.I.: Thomas, I hear he's little more forgiving
radio audience, am"Intermezzo" ttrher' As Clerk of said Court.
he pleas for aid to a starving .,,e Paige"' Plaintiff, v". Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C.R. lining It. And this night he seen about ring around the bathtub.
AUTO (Provost) lOmpple: II. Paige I Defendant Cane I .
ASTERN II. Duncan, 517 ,
Lynch Building
two around It-one where Just beeps patiently reminding.
Europe and the pictures of horror Two of his own compositions, NO. r.iflo.: Jacksonville I Florida. rings on f

SUPPLY and privation experienced in war- "Dance of the Russian Peasant"and AND ORDER NOTICR OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf. 1-24 4t 2-14 young Sonny left off, and another From where lilt,there are little

STARKE, FLA. torn lands far away converge In "Tango Tzigane" will be STATE OH" FLORIDA to: Kmppla iv fiiirirr ,
dynamic and unforgettable clarity featured by the famed violinist'; If. Paine"la'' :, Maclioth.whoiia rcnlcU-nre Mouth, Carolina.and addrens I III I-.HV.M'V.' "1.011'1 4,111V.I lIe raves and rant*-and tAkes dieting habits and opinions in

a.. America/a beat-loved violinist Rublnoff will be assisted in the You are required to appear on Mary Fences Witt Plaintiff, vs.Finnlc It out on th/j missus for her lack every community. A little patience i
puts a new soul Into this moving February 21, 11)47) In the aliovonamed Wilt. noffiulnnt. Case No.
concert by Makofka Alexander. court and oaune, wherein. C362. of discipline. And later that eve.a little morn "forglva. And let
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION composition by the brilliant young who will provide the piano accompaniment plaintiff. ......k. divorce.. Bradford ORDER: OF PITRLR ATIONAND ning ho sees her quietly polishing livo" is the only antidote.
British Richard Addln- County Telegraph nhull publlnh thlit NOTICE TO APPKAR
composer and will offer a Order In next four weekly Imiue HTATK OB1 FLORIDA to: Frank the hardwood table that's right i
I sell. group of several numbers. including Wltneen my hand and official' I Witt whose residence Is 321 Kunt: by his chair. She's removing tho '
neat nt Starke., Florida, k1/
this January lluv Charleston,
Si roe t South Carolina. -
While the Rublnoff arrangement "Boogie Woogle Etude". 23. 1947.OFFICIAL rings he's left there with his evening ''t.J( t .
of the Warsaw Concerto sets The Rublnoff concert is being ( SEAL) A J. Thomas, Vim ere' required to appear on glass of beert I
An Clerk of said Court.
Feburary 24, 1947, In the above r
f the pace and keynotes the concert sponsored by the Rotary Club of By Lucille C. Conner D C. naniml Court and cause., wherein p
Starke. Tickets may be obtainedat Samuel W. there will be plenty of lighter the Chamber of Commerce of. Atty. for Pit 1-24 4t 2-14 County Telegraph shall publish. this. Capyrig6t,104, United Slaltl Brewer FoiinJnlioa t""1 !
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moments such as "Flddlin" Fiddle"one flee or from any member of the

of his own compositions and Rntnry Club. I ;

FBI Voices Need for the position of Special Employee Flrsllhlngs first!I I

Agent. The entrance salary come :
For t/'I\\
Special Agents .' for Special Agents and Special /'

And More Clerks Employee Agents Is $4. OO per

*i annum, and It is necessary for 1
The Federal Bureau of Investigation each applicant to pan certain r ,

is now interested in written examinations as well as I I i
employing young men who can' physical examinations affOrded '., I

PHARMACIST qualify for the position of Special them before being considered for ,: NM r I

Agent, and also young men and appointment. <
Phone 61 STARKE Clerical for the ; !
women for clerical work in Washington applicants position -

In-lhe-Minit ServiceSTART D. C.Applicants. of Fingerprint Classifier, ,, '

for the position of Stenographer, Typist, Clerk and
Special! Agent must be male citizens I Under-Clerk (Trainee) must be ;
United States citizens, high school :
r of the United States who are I
graduates between the of 18
J between: the ages of 25 and 40 ages I
q and 33 and In good physical condition I
G must be graduates from accredited I
\" law schools or graduates from able to pass a complete ,

t9:0 with accredited at least accounting three years of schools auditing for present physical clerical are examination.. positions all for employmentin which Applicants at 'The ;? PIilC .i i I

: ,or accounting experience Washington D. C., are afforded t
II'' willing to serve in any part of interviews and examinations. : t
the United States or its territorial

TilE BALL possessions. In addition men able Stenographic to pass dictation applicants test must givenat be Ill/I forF01.Jlbf1: 1113 J.. I t'I

''OLLIXfi; ; TO HEALTH' within this age limit who possess the rate of 120 words per min

UV HOWLING any college degree and are other- ute and a typing test at the rate ;.:: ; 1. t !

wise qualified will be considered of 43 words per minute. Typist d130. : I I. '
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applicants must be able to passa & .' ,

WR( ALLEYS ARE DOUGHNUTSPLAIN typing test at the rate of 43 I'I I

words per minute. Applicants for '"
tOOTH AS GLASS Under-Clerk ','1' '
position of Clerk and ."",-, '
(trainee), who do not have to be I
t .. "
qualified In typing must possess .
.: ord ;-It-, H: I
basic qualifications assignment ,

STARKEBowling I lo indexing, filing and other I',

clerical duties. Fingerprint classifiers 7 I
.., are filled from the staff of I Hr ,

clerical employees. f

Alleymple St'OARED/ The basic salaries for a 40 hour r

FKESH DAILY AT- work week for these positions :

Ate Starke Fla. I are: ,

- I LAPPE BAKERY year Stenographer; 2168.28 per ,,'" ,I

Typist $1.95100) per year; I j jJ

Southern Lumber Company10th Clerk, $1,934.00 per year: I
Under-Clerk, Jl,73600per: year.
St..Two BIocksEast of Dvpot Any individual possessing the I J I'f

Starke, Fla. qualifications! for the above positions 'I r !:

and desiring to make ap.plllItion .
HOUGH and DRESSED LUMBER should call in person at

Bradford County Courthouse Wednesday }. ,

Logs Purchased at the Mill Feb. 19 between the hoursof .. J !I 'I

9:00: A. M. and 6:00: P. M.. ..,....," I. .
or Stumpage Bought where they will be afforded an '/I' f I
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Interview and, examination. : \

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Complete ServiceLooks %

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-- like It's going to be t; t t t"p"
..1 i.. = a long time yet before + L '" .
;H many of us get that new .
tt ; J ;
'\If/- car we've been waiting for. i 4 l l r I : .f ,
Important f 4
Therefore, It's more I :
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Certified than ever to let us f'

keep your old car In A-l .... QUA CHEF /Se'7A I :; : '

Lubrication Washing Polishing condition.- {Waxing t.4e LOCKSMITH..MS BEST OF COOt)i l ESTIMATES- ON 'SERVICE FREE-USE OUR BUDGET PLAN ''1: ; : : : ,

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l B. Alvarez Service StationTemple COFFEE HILL'S SHOP ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY ,) *' :

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I Miss Barbara Horne Weds Robert BarksdaleIn Kendricks Observe Pretty French Girl Will Wed Johns Crew

SOCIETY and CLUBSi i Church Ceremony Sunday Afternoon 38th Anniversary I At State Farm Sunday, After Lengthy/ .*?

Mr. and Mrs T. N. Kendrick When John Crews and diminutive -'

Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. GriffinTo IVI -1 ,observed their 38th wedding an- Georgette Dellgne ,Bay their

Hears Director of Be Guests of niversary last Monday February vows in the State Farm Community -

3. They were married In 1907 at House Sunday afternoonat

Health Department Rubinoff at Concert Gastonia, N, C., the Rev. J. C, five o'clock it will be the

Galloway .officiating Mrs. Kendrick happy culmination ,of a war romance .

Mrs R. A. Green, president of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, who was the former Miss Martha that began back in 194 i

the Starke Woman's Club, presided will celebrate their Golden Wed 'McCloud, of Gaatonla. I when the Ninth Air Force was /

i at the regular buniness ding Anniversary on Friday Feb Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick have resided stationed In Cambral, France. REr'

meeting Wednesday afternoon at 21, will be guests of honor at the
in Starke,. September, In April 1945 the outfit was
3:30: o'clock in the club building.Mrs. Rubinoff concert in the Florida 1012.
John did
moved to Holland and
W B. Sewell, secretary, and Theatre at 8:15: on that date. The
not again see his bride-to-be until -
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, treasurer, famed violinist expressed his de- .4 ;
she arrived here Tuesday, Jan-
transacted their respective duties. sire to honor the Starke couple
: gowned In an ensemble of oyster uary 28-a separation of 21 long
when Informed that the Golden
of the Bradford
At the request
gray, with which she wore black months.
Red Cross Chapter, the Wedding( celebration calnclde.1with
club County unanimously agreed to spon- his concert date. He will ; 1 accessories and a corsage of blue The petite, brunette Georgette,
who English with a delightful -
dedicatedto speaks
sor solicitations In the residential play a spA lal number

districts during the forthcoming the Griffins.Mr. program of pie-nuptial music accent, was permitted to come

fund drive.A and Mrs. Griffin will be at was played by Mrs. L. A. Canova, to this country by virtue' of a

who also accompanied Miss Gar- Government ruling that fiancees
the hours
sketch of the proponed library home to friends
addition was submitted by the of 4 and 8 o'clock and will leave nita Hutto aa she sang the ever- of' service men can enter the U.

architect who stated that they immediately afterward for the popular "Because" and "I Love S. A. for purposes of marriage.

You Truly": Of course, there was the endless
, would place the drawing on display concert. .
I Immediately after the ceremony, red tape, correspondence, and
in the presort library so
y a reception was held at the home much dismaying delay before her Georgette. Dellgno!
!a' that those who are Interested Three Hostesses
of the bride's parents where the visa came through and she was -

might see it. Honor Miss Horne rooms were opened ensuite, and at last ready to start the lengthy Mrs. Adkins Hostess
Mrs. O. I* Beastey made a mo- c
tion that the club secretary writea With Lovely Shower t white gladioli were effectively voyage. To U.D.C. I
6s used In decorating The dining Miss Dellgne left Paris by train MembersMembers
letter to the City Council expressing :
I Honoring Miss Barbara Horne, d table was covered with a handsome I and went to the channel port of
the club's unanimous of the W T w
lace cloth and 'd),,,
was centeredby Calais Jan. 21. Cross
on Friday,
C. r
whose marriage to Robert
and approval of the city's Chapter, UDC .
support were dPI1/C't'Ulh'
M /
the bride's cake balanced ]
by to Dover boat
I ,
construction restrictions and zon- Bnrksdale was an event of Sun- ing England by entertained
Wednesday\ !t. ,,
white 'rhJO>(
she rode the train to London
day, a lovely miscellaneous shower e'u + of last week at the home
ing plan.Mra.) I Miss II''' MB
in the recreation hall ; 0 Betty Durling had charge where she boarded an American
was given ,
and Mrs.
M. V. Gunter a A. Z. Adkins on North \\'
of the bride's book >|nu:
in the ,
Coy Stevenson were voted Into In Hampton on Thursday of last living Overseas Airliner on the 25th., ar- Street.

the club for membership. i week, with Mrs. O. D. Gay, Mrs. room and Misses Madge Gay and riving at LaGuardia Field New
t Red and white .
;\ In the absence of Mrs. L. Thos. F. Brown, and Mrs :M. L. Harvene Watterson presided at York City, the following day. -azaleas, arr>,:rj.
out the Valentine ,.
H'j the punch bowl. Serving the cake, motif, w user
friend of
chairman of Watterson as co-hostesses. There she was met by a
: Jennings,
candles, and nuts, were Mrs. Van in decorating the spacious Adkim
the Crews family who lives in
Mrs. Junlus :M. Smith, second vice During the delightful social
home for this .
Dukes ,of Lake Butler, the former meeting.Mrs.
New ;Jfork. This friend her
t president, had charge of the program hour, guessing contests and put
I "r. and Introduced Dr. A. Y. games were enjoyed with Miss I Photo by Hollywood Camera Cllft Shop Miss Annie Ruth Welch, and Miss on the right train and she arrived E. K. Perryman, president
Norma Sweeney. A toast to the presided over the brief
in Florida on Tuesday, Jan.
who an Interest- the
Covlngton Norma Sweeney winning
.;it 1 gave I A wedding of unusual beauty I Book of white satin, centered witha newly-married couple was made 28. ; session, after which Mrs EUii
ing and Informative talk on the Musical Love Story" prize a I I .
and dignity! was performed last] white orchid and showered with by the best man. M. Biggs, historian, gave an Interesting ,
service that la being carried on pottery nawer'cantalner, Mrs.J. Miss Dellgne states that she enjoyed !
Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock tube roses. After receiving the congratulations paper on the life of S t.
throughout the county by the T. Guy served as mistress of the fast trip over by air,
in the First Baptist Church I i I Miss Frances Culley of Starke, and best wishes of their ney Lanier, the great Southern
Health Department. He also ceremonies, and directed the ac but took a train from New York
Hampton when members of two i I I maid of honor, wore a gown ofIWaichloness friends, Mr. and Mrs. Barksdaleleft poet. Two of Lanier's
gave a tentative outline of the tivities. Mrs. L. A, Wynn sup- Instead of a plane because "The : poem.
prominent Bradford County families blue' taffeta She for points of interest in South
work that la to be done In con plied a musical background at the I day I arrived in this country I "The Song of the Chattahoochce!
united in the ] carried colonial bouquet of variegated Florida.
were marriage a. Upon their return
,, they and "Into the Woods
nection with the school. piano. read about the death .of Grace My :siaauCame" :
of Miss Barbara Bryant carnationsand wore an arrangement will be at home to friends
ceremony at
During the social hour delicious The many attractive gifts were Moore In a plane crash." She were charmingly given b)>
Horne of Mr. and I of similar flowers in their home
eldest.daughter | new on West Madlsfn Mrs. L. G. Powell.
refreshments of congealed pine- displayed on a large lacecoveredtable speaks English, which she learned
Mrs. J.V.. Horne of her hair. Street in Starke.
apple salad, open-faced sandwiches, around which the guests Hampton"1! In school rather haltingly. Her Following the program DAB Ad-!
s Bridesmaids the Misses
and Robert Cody ; were Among out of town at-
and hot tea were served by the were seated in a large circle. guests hobby is painting-portraits and kins served her guests tempting
son of Mr. and Mrs. Cody G. Betty and Martha Horne, ststeiHof tending the wedding were Mrs J.
hostesses: Mrs. Matti. Gahagan For this pretty event In herhonor landscapes, which she does equally refreshments of frozen fruit salad
t Barksdale of Starke. the bride. Their gowns were H.
McAlhaney and Mrs. E. C.
Mrs. O. I* Beasley, Mra. L. D. Miss Home wore an attractive well hot tea, saltines, and Valentincandles. -
Tho Rev. Wilbur A. Scott, pas identical models in pink and blue. Eberhardt of Reevesville, S. C.,
Haines Mra. P. D. Fancher, Mra.I afternoon dress of poudre The Valentine motif <
John Crews the ,of Mr. and
a tor of the church, officiated at They also carried hand bouquetsof grandmother anti aunt, respectively son
A. Canova, Mrs. W. H. Hart, blue. also repeated In the attracts
tile Impressive double-ring ceremony assorted carnations!!,,.with pastel of the bride, Mr and Mrs. M. Mrs. Gurney Crews ,of the State
Mrs. Ruth FrazIer, and Mrs. W. After the and napkins that were
presentation open Farm returned in .used.
L which was performed in 'a colored net streamers and matching W. Morrow of Holly Hill, Mrs. W. from overseas
F. Godwin. of gifts, the hostesses, assist *
bower' of simple white and green, clusters In their hair. N. Brown and Mrs C. E. Barr of September of 1945 and was discharged -

r4 ed by the Misses Harvene Watter with a woodland background of Little Mary Katharine Wads- St. Augustine, Corbln and Gene at Camp Blanding in W.S.C.S. To MeetThe
Valentine son, Norma Sweeney, Betty and '
palma and magnolia leaves. Floor : worth of Waldo Was the diminutive Carnell of Ormond, the Rev. Lloyd October 45 without ever havinga

USO Tonight Martha Home, and Mrs. Dorothy Baskets of white gladioli flankedthe flower girl and wore an r... King of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs i chance to see his fiancee again, monthly business and pro

Eiland, served refreshments of tall : of rose but they kept the malls, busy. gram meeting of the Metliodl.
altar, and] candelabra, ankle-length gown dusty Olen L.'Bedenbaugn ,of Deland,
s- High school students have been fruit punch, ice cream and cake to holding burning white'tapeis, shed taffeta with a semi-bonnet of, the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and I He Is now employed In a Jackson WSCS will be held at the rhurcv.

the seventy guests. I villa market and he and his bride Monday afternoon, Feb 17, at :
a soft grow In the.winter twilight same shade on her brown curls. Miss Clarice Beadlescomb of Jacksonville -
decorating Among out of town guests attending will live in that after their o'clock. Circle Two will hat
as the young couple spoke the She carried a small white satin Mrs. Kennedy and son,
Mrs. H. McAl-
the Valentine motif for a gala haney and were Mrs E. C. Eberhardtof sacred vows of matrimony. basket of rose petals.Mr. Steve, ,of High Springs Mrs H. A. i marriage. / charge of the program.

dance and recreation to beheld The bride who In Barksdale his beat "I like vivacious
party was given hajl as Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Van Dukes: America the
Reevesvllle, S. C., grandmother
there tonight (Friday). marriage by her father, chose a man Stephen -A.'+Weldon, Jr? of Miss Louise Welch and Miss Ruth Georgette proclaIms. "I think I Waldo OES'ToJ11eetWaldo
and aunt of the honoree, Mrs.
! r The doors will open at 8 o'clock wedding gown of DucheSs satin, Starke and ushens"'"were Olln W. Geiger, all ,of Lake Butler, Mr.I shall accustom myself very' easi- .
Walter D. Mouch of 'Toledo
and all school students BUS fitted bodice with White Starke and Richard Chapter, 120 OES all<1
high featuring ''a a Jr., and Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., 1 ly,
Ohio house of Mr. and Mrs
tNP( alumni, and faculty are urged to !guest high neckline yoke, Joined to, D. May, Hampton.Mrs. t and children, and Mrs. Oscar Hall hold a regular meeting Frida
Paul N. Brown of ,
Ming Mrs. W.
come and :Join In the fun. There folds of satin. The log o'mutton Horne, mother of the bride, of Waldo, Mrs Dorothy Sullivan, Day of PrayerAn night, Feb. 14, at T:30: o'clock
St. Augustine Mrs. W. L. Andrews
will be ping and other sleeves to the attired in There will be an initiation ind a:,
pong games tapered points over was becomingly a pearl Mrs. Lula Mott, Mrs I* S. Hutto,
Mrs. L. J. Kite Mrs W.
d for those who do not dance. hands, and the bouffant skirt ter- gray suit, worn with sheer, black Mrs. Shellle Hall, Miss Sharon] interdenominational service members are urged to attend
A. Scott, Mrs C. a. Barksdale,
fit.Ott minated in .a long sweeping train blouse. Her corsage was of lose Hall, Mrs Carolyn Kenney Miss commemorating the World Day of Mrs. Martha Strickland U
and Mrs. Lida Mott, all ,of Starke,
ManusDutilSammy Her fingertip veil of sheerest 11- red carnations.Mrs. Mary Weldon, Mrs. O. W. I Prayer will be held in the First Louise Rauleraon, Sec'y.The
and Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., ,
of Waldo. union fell,from 'a coronet of crys- Barksdale, mother of the man, Mrs. Lester Kite, AIder-I Methodist Church of Starke from

er W. Manus ,of Starke and tal beads. She carried a Prayer bridegroom was attractively Mrs. W. T. Saxon, and 10( to 11 o'clock next Friday TELEGRAPH has Ju t w-

P Mrs. Evallna" A. Dutil of Law- Mrs. Wesley Andrews, morning, February 21. co\ed( new pre-war quality KEAl

rence, .Mas, were united in marriage Recent BirthsMARY Starke, :Mr. and Mrs.! E. S. Sib-! Several of Starke's churcheswill : rubber bands. Plenty 0'tretch '

at Statesvllle, Ga., Satur- LOUISE 1IAINK8 ley, Miss Ruth Sibley, Carrie Mae participate in the programand .- and snap W
day, Feb. 8. They will make The Rev. and Mrs. L. D. haloes Hall, Eva Mae Trlest. and Grace I a cordial; welcome Is extendedto strength. Four sizes at 49c p"

r' their home In Starke.. announce the birth of a daughter,I Dickinson, of Thereasa. everyone quarter-pound box. A real bargal

Mary Louise on Wednesday. Jan.

tr 29, in St. Luke's Hospital; 'Jack -

Have sonville. Mrs. Haines and infant Well, don't blame me If the Gladys Mooty Is still shaky from

daughter have returned to their column Is klnda puny this week that close! call she had this week

Rai your portrait home here.DAVID Really, it was just too cold Every afternoon basketball

madein for anyone to make news or for practice, gymnastics and whatnotgo

EUGENE DYAL me to find ,out about it if they oil in thearmory above the

the familiar Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal of Gra- had .. As Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld Red Cross offices. Monday v s

w surroundingsof ham announce the birth of their ([State Farm), one of the Tele- afternoon the vibrations came so

t second son, David Eugene on graph's' most thorough reporters, thick and fast that a huge light

your own home Tuesday, Feb. 4. Mrs. Dyal is the put it: "Everywhere I called for fixture, under which Gladys was

former Desta Casey and David istle news thIs week all I got wall a standing, was Jarred .loose from

grandson of Mr. and Mrs. T. weather report!" Guess we the ceiling and came' crashing .

t's L. Casey and Mr. and Mrs. Berry Floridians are Just sissies i So down, missing her head by Inches .

Dyal l, also of Graham. used to soaking up sunshine and r-5: J} : 1

s T. H. Osborne II gentle zephyrs that when a little r

Lawrence Edward KesslerMr sure fluff cold comes along we Iluar the T. 1, Griffin, who
r .
Just can't take it
and Mrs. Richard L. Kess-
celebrate their Golden Wedding
ler, of Starke, announce the ,birthof Anniversary next Friday will be ... 52-Piece Holmes & Edwards
OR CALL a son, Lawrence Edward, herd Mast of the conversation I man- guests of. honor at the Rubinoff

HOOVER' BROS. STUDIO ,on Wednesday, February 5. Mrs. aged to hear this week seemed, to concert, ,which will begin shortly Sterling Inlaid

; Kessler is the former, Miss Mary I center around the Rubinoff con after the Griffins' "at home"

m Mersereau. cert next Friday night, with al- ends While in the city Rubin 68.50

most everyone planning to go, or .off will be entertained by his

at least hoping to If they can beg, local friends, the Hans Walkers, Patterns: "Youth" and "Lovely Lady"

ac Sun. Mon. Tues. borrow or steal J2.40 That Is, with a hamburger fry at their

A aR everybody but Pat Lamb, poor
\ home on Church Street They

STARKE .FL':.' Feb. 16 17 1ftAlao thing Seems she's ajerglc to have' promised to let the maestro 50-Piece Set Wm. Rogers SilverplatePatterns

thu high notes of a violin and fry the hamburgers, which seems

doesn't dare risk going because to be a hobby of his .If he : "Mary Lou" or "Regent"

she might have to get up and presides over the griddle as wellas ,

leave and she wouldn't want to .
he does over the violin strings 33.75 '.

hurt Rublnoff's feelings by making I'd certainly like to have one of '!

Superb him think she didn't like his those hamburgers! '. .

and hard.flittinq l- music And here's a tip to Diamonds Stone Rings
you procrastinators: Don't put off I Come Home" was I I"LaNlle true N
those tickets too long
purchasing r
In real, as well as reel, life here l
because; a group at the University this week Manire ..
Margie one
melodrama of Florida wants all the Rotary 3D JIIn
of our BUS basketball lassies I. r
Club will let them have, so sev I
often presides in the ticket boothat
LIFE eral days ahead of the concert all .
E IofAOAz'HEO the Park Theatre, and about
unsold tickets will be sent to
eight; months ago she and Lassie,
Cainokvllle rather than take a
her collie, went down to to Bulova Watches "
go Parker Pens
chance on disposing of them at 51 I I",,
work When :Margie was ready'
the box office that night ,
Consequently those who wait until to go home Lassie wasn't waiting Kreisler Tie & Collar Sets
for her outside, like he usually
E ofTH the night of the concert to put in i
waa All her efforts to find
fJEG I a bid will probably find "stand Kreisler Expansion Watch Bracelets
him were in vain, but Tuesday of
ing room only", and very little
E of that last week through the sharp vision Watch Chains
S w of a, friend Lassie was discovered -
right here in town, tied ,
tMCE. to hear we're the
Sorry losing
E'lEQ. up In someone's yard He
o Grady Rldgeways wh 're moving
seems awfully glad to be home
606 back to their old home In Atlanta
\ ,.".fi. and not tied up anymore, Margie
this Sunday not because they
.. don't like Starke, but In order to GEM

be of Mrs. R's
near some
5 5gr
Seems to be' all for now ,
who need their proximity ,
So long See you at the Rub- 109 EAST CALL ST.STARKE., FLA.PHONE 170PAGE
They hope someday to return to
inoff concert .
March of Time & News Florida and establish residence

again Red Cross staffer I Carolyn -



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BITS of LOCAL Mrs. Ted. H Oxborne Isattend : I .: t,
( NEWS were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. \ "rflr In th* County I'ourthouiio In ., -- -
ing the ot -
annual meeting State Futch Saturday. llrnilforrt County. 1<'1..rld... within
School Supervisors in Gainesvillethis eight t-iilentlnr inonthft from the
Everett Wall of Arizona has .1"l". nr the firm Inhlhnllun hereof I.

J. T Quigley atd The Rev. W. J. week. accepted a clerical 8nlil olalnm or ilomMnitrt to con
Mrs Churchwell.pa position in the
and / R. B. Wood of Lewlsburg. tain 'tho legal address. or the claimant -
j ,)M,' dedication services tur of the Methodist Church J. U Wall Jr., store here. and to ho sworn to ,and prnHnt-
Va., Is the I
guest this week of his oil nn aforesaid T
Fellow- left or nnnii nlil b"
I the
1 1'r
noon of Monday morning; for a two Mr! Enz.i Blanchard .
all brother-in-law and was a see 8.Llloil 120 of the 1933
BAptist 1 ay Church In Jackson- weeks' vacation In Cuba In the Mrs. F. F. Stun. .sifter He, Mr. and I visitor to Jacksonville Saturday. t'robnt..t.. \ HERE'S WHY IT PAYS i iI
participated In company of his brothers was ac- IIn'l Feb 14, A. 1101' ;.
btn Quigley A. P. companied on his trip south by Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Anders Fred.tik" \V ICi-Krl. I _
and J. H. Churchwell of ;I .\.. Rxpciilnr I
Jacksonville of Ih I.n-t
ervica liU son R. B. warp In Jacksonville will and
Jr. Sunday.
who in now Ir
.. for golden wedynnhryqurtp. They plan to tour the In Miami. Mrs. Lou ToHtament ofhhtrht To Buy Insurance From
,.n glue Island but T. Moore of Hender- K. Hull Bv used, ; r
I .. Al o wedding primarily they are going Mrs. S. E. Sparks Mrs. H. L. I nonvllle N. C., Is spending some S S. MpCnhlll
Bride's to Mayai-i to visit the Attorney for J.xurutur, ,
J clinic
.. Hough Mrs. T. B. Harding Mrs. time here with her brotherinlaw 5411 .
I InnrnhHin" ItiilltlliiK
I(!(11'r302: ItVtalae1Isontl! 8 2-21: has and established school that there A. F. Churchwell Ell Tcnly, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miami, Florida _>. 14 n :1-7 TIlE H. C.V'ALL\ AGENCY :

I.,, M. Thomas, flight tu- for under- and Mrs. :Maxle Carter were among Moor. I
privileged children N OTIC F1FItHltt'AItY
finder the G. I. Bill.of Rights those attending the WMU The Baptist youngpeople are T. I14J I I

l", Conway Airpark made his Mrs. N. T. Ritch and YOung AsMOclational Clinic In Brooker urged and Invited to meet at the MITH-IJ Pitnponn\ 18 COPNTV, KIX.UIPV AT'OU get more titan a fire; or casualty!
daughter HVKN !
I ,olo hop in a Piper Cub last Dianne are moving thisweekend Thursday.LAWTEY. pastorlum tonight (Friday) fur pnfHiiunt to Hcrllon' n of chuiitttr thnt insurance policy| when you buy' from
completing 18 to Hialeah to Join Mr. IHU8. Laws, of Klorlilii, At of
jay After he will re- Rltch who ia st..tioned there with .rs. . a choir practice. The hour of the 1IM7.. known n* the MI'HI'IIV ACT this agency. In addition, you obtain the
solo flying I n. following di.Mfrlhpd. I
of evening service at the land In lifetime
license. the Seaboard Railroad. Baptist Hrailronl' Coiinly, ,111 loffunil of a trained profeMional r (
fa : > !
private pilot's For home \ Church has been changed from 7 for sale: Ar"| .I'II., :: outcry man-skilled in business and
Mrs. W. H. Nollman portraits ace T. H. for the and bout faull hid I protecting the I I 1
t'. and last Satur- r>Mt>nrne. See ad on pare .. p. m. to 7:30: p. m., and BTU uhJ.Mt to KIh:1: ," :of the Truelee : I individual. You make! a friend who will:
to Jacksonville By The School I will meet at 6:30: >, effective this of the I Internal Improvement, l lrf'l'rI'SI'ut
I and Mr Nollman caught a Miss Fay Fender of Stockton . . . Sunday. '.*. bhuulo reject any. and nil i bliln, your interest in the settling: of a

L morning for a busl- Ga., was the guest last week other 1- at Hit...,Court Noun, lii.Rlnnln'" at claim You .
Sunday 10::On .I..k A. III. on ihc 17lli City meet a neighbor familiar with
Asl1vllle, N. ,C. Mrs. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs UMU: MET TUESDAY of Manh A. l n. IU47 I\ KIIHCIIKMII for
trip to L. D. ,I The Baptist Woman's Missionary iv HIM l'<>! \'rv ji IHII-H: < 01 ItT rond. "ilirht/ of WHV aim l fi'Ltliln l the problems! of your community, who give;
...- Anent Sunday with Mrs Vinlng. I l\ .\M> KOH Illl tl>K.>HI) C'''' N.It. will l lot' rvunrveil from any pared l |
foilver:: ; ; at their lovely beach Mrs. J. L. Peck had as guests Union met Tuesday night at ,PI.ftiin>.\. liiion t'n::. through which thnro IH an onlntIIIK guidance to your personal' and biisinrsa. I
7:30 In HoKutntfi, of Htiiia HOIKI uiul an ,lo laml In
P at Fernandina. last weekend Capt. Rayburn Ot- :: with Mrs. Joyce Futch and Merle. K Hull ....1111.| "."lli..'. trni'tn of 10 force nr al'qllaintanl't's..on.t 1 you obtain the peace
Mra. T. J. Terry as co-hostesses. L ltll'VN.ed. niiiri, till..,' to oni'-hnlf of nil of mind that .
well of with
... and Mrs. H. A, Manassa City Island N. Y., Mr. and Following the business I N'OTtc-n TO CHEBITt: ltt4 pi't'olfum, and. thivr-fiuitlhH .ifoth comet a wf'II'I.lannf',1i..ralll'e '

called to Tampa last week Mrs. J. P. Wilson of Jacksonville Mrs. Fred session Tn All CivriltnrH. ...n.111 Ivrnnnxlluvlnic .<'I' mlnvrnlM will ,hi- .reserved. program. That's why it pays to
I death of Mrs. Man- Rev. and Mrs. Porter Sher- Moore conducted an interesting Cliiliiiu or UtMiuindn. Again l>f i'rliulonno : .
;n, of the program centered Hnid ,Estate: A In "" -nr of SI5'I of Hlk I buy insuranco through .
L mother. Mrs. H. E. Lewis. man of Vermont M rM. Fannie around 1 t4:'!. of 1C I i I"::. HM''.. ft on W. side.' AlI
Jesus and the Arabs.M. Tau and each of you, aro horehv I
Hall I I 1109 ft. on H std.'f| .ihi 1,1 rIIIU.. II
for Mrs. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hall
\ services notified mil rrriulrcil to presentany In '1'1111.1On". I
u 1'1\| | H 21, 9'N p
held .m Tampa Thursday of of Newton Ga. Mrs. Wilson remained K. DISTRICT :MKI.TI.NG; either c'lalm.of and tletniindM, ., which vou.nr 11 H. It I'? !K: I Acrc i 1 K v cry. lrnnrh of a ,
you may liuvit against TUI'HTIIKrt:' OK T1IK IXTI'IINM.: ,
AOfk.im., for a longer visit with her The local Methodist Church entertained I the VHliiiv <>( Maria K. Hull, (1ei"RNi'l 1 MI'K sister, Mrs. Peek. .Isle. nC Bradford County, rl9',19 It: HIKUIIIIIM. Wtf i t
o and. tin fitted, for your delegated from, the I-'lorltlu. lo the I lion, K K. IVrrv- IIV \.1. ThointiHfrnnf, Triiit- II '
I anti. Hummer Splrella gar- Mrs. Ludle Lemacks had as her Methodist Churches In the Gainesville nuin County JmlHre of Hrailfntil t tii-i I I. I. Fund, Hiii.lCoi-a. County. I INSURANCEH. :
County, .anil file the name. In his I
l!, Girdles, ono-pioco gar- guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. B District Group One recently

|% corsets. brassieres, belts, Lemacks and children of Keystone Following a delicious! chicken din- .

rally garmentll.-l\lr.... Frank Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin ner served in the church annex FRIDAY '' M'
,'r, jour Splrella Corsetlere. G. Lemacks of Jacksonville the business session was held and Florida Theatre t
FEB. 21 t
r. U ,' ,Mrs. T. T. Long and Bonn! Tom the Rev. J. F. Falton of High

and Mrs. Frank B. Scherer and Dave, spent the weekend in Springs showed a picture illustrating 2 i I'. M. 8:15: P. M. Starke, Fla. Phone 146 I

[,rah N. J.. and Mr. and Mrs. Baconton Ga., with Mrs. lx>ng'a the responsibility of the iI I

Deverell, Darlen, Conn., are mother, Mrs W. T. Jackson. home the church school and the Sponsored by Rotary Club of Starke I !

"at the home of Mr. andY Mrs. J. W. Klncaid has retul'Dedatter church toward the child. i iCLASSIFIED

S. St. John. Mr Scherer spending a few days in BIRTHDAY DINNKH r ; I

I I Mrs.St. John.Deverell are sisters of Tampa with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs\ J. S. Brown were k i

Mrs. A. C. Durden. ,,
t& V S. St. John and house Kaspar Duncan spent last week home hosts to a lovely dinner at their 3 ,P DSON.. I

h,, Mr. and :Mrs. Frank B.rer end in Tampa as the of here Sunday complimenting ('ON!lI'L'I' s. p, nowici.u F'plrltn- Felt I4.H.11| cloud while '
and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. guest Mrs. Brown's mother Mrs Senle lillHt. Mrillllin, Mini llmilwr. Htiunanil Khiifkoil field ,-..r". A I.NO rrat'/ll.t
Gary Morgan Ennla. While there ('", .nIY llrnnii, I tell vou I limit Minter cane Hoed, rod rlliltonmid .
i ell, left Tuesday morning Kaspar and his host at- Prevail on the event of her 78th Sril houee noilh of Oook'H fltornJlouttt mill mUeil.., I.HO certldailLoiilNluna

Li auto tour of the southern I young birthday anniversary and.alao. 200. tip 8-il ':' : nflippiritklil; : : iinevt PQ- t
tended the State Fair. their Into need irood yleldnr and keepIT ;
f of the state. daughter Alice June on her Al.no. iirtllnw. lpduhot, elfin.kind .
Mrs T. \
In Olin White Misses Doro- FI'ank Landrum anti first birth anniversary. The hon. LIST VOI'Il FAKM. ('ITYNU Noe II, a. 'KdwanU.. la.tYe t

( and Carol White and Olin children spent the weekend! in oroes received many lovely and BUSINESS riUU'EHTY box 2'IA: Htarliu.: r
Brooksvlllc with relatives and attended 4 +,
useful t 4 i l lI'
attended the Barksdale- gifts.CHEWS 1IOITHU KOH SAt.10<-Kurnlvhe.il orunftirnliihiid I
e Jr the State Fair in Tampa r iill 1nalit.Yag.rn Hlx, room, well lo.nnted. .

wedding in Hampton Sun- Saturday FAMILY UKI'NION: aftti Iti l "" altl.l.e IfIo'AL' .. .ails heat, rnaMotiabla. Wrlta .I
| Olin of 'oU" I' o. Box 72 1, Btiuke, Flit tf
afternoon. .
was one Mrs. G. L. Patten and son Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews were f u... .. 1oI'r&'I'foJ:! '

when In the wedding. 1..t; .lTrr hosts at ii r .n*
of .
George Jacksonville were a family reunion Tuesdayat O1L Felt SAI.l'!-IJIiictrlij alarm "h'k.. '
h" Ilea made
many friends of Lacy Wynn guests Friday of Mrs. Patten'smother their home here honoring their ( .Hlr p..t"..f home.Eann.Aer.si overLOOt .. fl 05 Bahmvrslift Htiop.: ItIMIOPIOItrV 1

Impton will be glad to learn Mrs. E. E. Canova. They son, Henry, who was home on a i>. Hur r* form nil. over the :: ....un1.1'"' )

I I operation he 18 improving in the after Gainesville a serlI were accompanied home by Mrs. 15 day furlough from his... Army i A CONCERT THE WHOLE WORLD LOVES World. A.STROUT Prrti open REALTY llntlnx.E. AGENCY hour 83V4, iii-ra 13 acres farm olil with hearing four paean room '

Canova who la this post in Denver Colo. He returnedto
'nlIge spending I ItI'l".n/.1 Ixix'ttlly Ity Iran within lonil feet of. pnvo week with them. his station Wednesday Amongthe oils mlla frooi I'epot In J
and Mrs. A Z. Adklns K. ('. IIOIJ.INUSUOKTIII Hlaik I'rlrn. $111100'''''' Oil'' t
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham out-of-town guests presentwere '' \ p fi''Jt'' : ? { S IB S for Tallahassee : f .R
Wednesday and children and Mr. and Mrs the Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Williams \"U\ .f\j, : ,RAVES':;'eaucQ llrokrrfhone '
... ..
IWaukulla 1A4 ,
where \
Spring! they /.1LU .
D. A. Monteith attended the new of Jacksonville and, the Rev. ./ \N .......

|attend. Conforcnce the biennial of pre-Legls-the State Uncle Remus film "Song of the and Mrs. Landon of New Orleans, .: j,1o.", ;w',!j.1.*.... .'' >'/oI-;,,,_...-'r'Jr..,,,,. {if. .."F.,-"' MATTItbSIll; :furniture! s all tipholHtervit klndu r..and novate.il "Foil, near 14ALN-ditnre Ulitmllnir. >. "late liull.llnir Ii AI.HO n.11) 1 i I I

South., in Jacksonville Sunday La. >' ,> ,I 1.ak..c.\\ 1.l'ny rtiflniHhHil. lirop tm a card' home IHxnn fallnd. with Hhvet. ,
,ution of Circuit ,;Judges, afternoon. .1 ,' rperee.M:: .."ry< ?i, t : :0-an'-'iktl. "" ...e-M.. ., "i IIAHTlMiH; \TTHKWS CO., t?..x rank. Maka. hi.nt offer, AIKnflerirla II '
in<' Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of BOY SCOUT MKKTINO : 1 .,,. Ue' : I'1... tfINrI11LANCFtt 1 Aimrlcaii. meat taw and
Mrs. Ludle Lemacks was the 'D.l .iJ':;.. ; ': walk-In pooler 6eM. wood court, I.lion. I. ,, 'I',J''
|iiirg hero weekend guests ofCottrell's The Lawtey Boy Scouts met 'I' ....:..:. ;..r;; Y .... J. A. Hrooke, phone .ut, \
of relatives in ': writ nil fire,
High : llnii
guest ::
Springs ? |
;t. l
C brother-in-law andr Thursday night of last week at Hf : ', ." ......:'. -..t...... autoniobllu, llahlllly and lit.. llr"..n Cov Curing, Fin, IfKOIt f,

| Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Wednesday night. the Baptist Fastorium to enjoyan ,).,:PMSU! ', Nee ma for your InHiiranctt nnu..... /C\I.IP.--ftlk room house lhreShlnoks t
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and "It .., N. U. \Valnwrlnht .Ir. 131 host: Iftark., I
I'ont Offlvo
iia Mr and Mrs. Cottrell outdoor party. Each Scout Call Street riiona 154. tf fioni I I Ik I'
Mrs. Carrie Ritch spent Tuesdayin I1t i'f'' Hai-rllli-a $J8 lIn' ciiMh. N. I). \ValiiwrlKht '
"fi"'t 'e" .
Swell escorted + 'p.'l.li l '' a4ic, ,
to the
and Jim Sewell
at- a young lady s -- Jr. Phone 154. tt > '
Jacksonville. a "S'M.A. ,Felt HAI.I';--MKII'H poi'ktil watflieH !
"ii the Leigh-Marshall wed- event, and other guests Included 't; ...sdf
I Z" ) ei.rrr." Imhm.TM. inn Hhop. It
In Jacksonville. Miss Margaret Montoith a student former scouts, and families of "ttt":I r.v.d JNIt2aW' ''I ok.i ::.A't l tf-. ;. liON'T Icollel't'I'-tldtomnhlle, auction r I
at Stetson University De- "P'.I.A." -n.o............ FOR BAT,1U-3..n".n. flouts, HWoor. every Wednomlay LlvaHtouk 1 p m .
| dy Adklns and Bill Long some of the scouts. Refreshmentswere Market.Iluy
land will spend the weekend here H. Hay $t., rllurk. Kxenllontoonilltlon or *..ll. t( I,
'nts of the University of welners and Pepsi-Colas. ofcupluil Ity owner until -
I ila. with her parents Mr. and Mrs ........ntly. Attractive. oOllv..n.I -
returned to Galnes- Monteith. Scoutmaster J. E. Wall urges /I-lit lot. For Inforinatlim write I"AIIY "IIICKo.t New ".1... I
after a visit at their respec- D. A. parents and citizens to give their C ., .Ixivlin linn 1'yprev.i (Jain...- Met and 'Have Money WOUTHWIIIUO ,
Mon CHICKH, 101 N NorthAvenua i
')homes George Flynn Jr. returned vIII., or t.l. 143DJ. tt
here. Florida wholehearted support to the Boy Baltlmoia 1, Md. Up 11Uh'olI t.
day to the University of I
Ii tee Louise Snyder spent the Scout movement. "A word of encouragement ON: SALE AT CIIAMHER OF COMMERCE Kim, WALia-TwhoiiiDH.' One I.r..m ; : t
weeks''vacationhere .
after enjoying a I HALIOThre. aura farm with
In ,
Galnesvllla frame, one 5-room' cunionlbloik.
as guest would be
greatly ap- hoUHt, 'located 1 near Btarka. Haw
I'f' and Mrs. with his parents. And DAII.MEU'S GIFT SHOPor lutl havn' all modurti writ. Mi.... '
Vernon or Nine I'nil IH.I.
Phillips. preciated by the Scouts and their :'I
Friends of Calvin Johns who .tnv"n..no.. In. Ity. TermN. box III, Diiylc.na :leach .Via.Itp. .
I i Sewell of the University of has been critically ill In the Ala- leaders. The boys all have their ;May He Obtained From Any Member of Rotary Club Contact Mm. A. M. Mlxon. up- l-lt I I I
|iila spent the weekend here uniforms and make a very credit. main HI.U ('ate703 N. Tempi.

his parents Mr. and Mrs. glad chua to County know Hospital that he is will rapidly be able showing when seen In full Reserved Seats 2.10 ton.: .dm. $,80 lip a.14 KOIt".....1.1I..lnK"'n HAr.R/ one etanilurd No. 10 typewriter delt. l

fi. Sewell. regallla" he said. I In perfHut condition. write)
Improving and may be allowed to Students Ticket 75c (Good Afternoon or wee Joyra Atkinson ilttnarall I
S IIMMKWIIRIIIliK'oma : >ellvnry lirooker.. Sip 3-14
come home this week. :Mr.! and Mrs H. P. Gainey and Performance I
GET I Mrs. L. D. Green Is visiting I Mrs. L. A. Crosby of Brooker I Tax n..turnn are rnijulrml KOIl HAr.K' -Two fond firm. nmla*

THE ...,.tlv... In Tmm a this week. lo li. filed where the Incoma rhnnp K.. C. lloriifa, lit. B, box e, i'
-- 11.1. Htnrk*. lip
't' SPEEDY SURE For wedding;; portraits'; see T. H.Obborne. from any nourca Is900 a n dabove I J.I

REL/EFFORAC/D See ad on page .4. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT FOIL mali, fI\* and'.M -fainale lloxar-t'olli-a Thoronicbbrad puppla,. t I

Guests Sunday of Mrs. Effle Xea Mr A. peasant, Hr, ll e. ;
COMB; : KAULV. AVOID TUB ent .,;...Iw. I
INDIGESTION Johns Included her son and daugh- John H. Denmark Furniture Co. ItfHII SIP 3-11 I .

ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman WAtl Hee J. J. flemnn gate It : :

Johns of Lake City; and her sis PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. ii. o. IIIIOWN Camp Mlandlnir/ ftp '

I ters Mrs. Carrie Smith and Mrs. ,. .. ... _____ 40,.nno/ OOOII IOHM' A MONTI _
a r v. " ------------ IIB-I2T: tdkln Midi 4 nil at.Starke NO I''I VIOtrH TIIMN1.VIJ N WCKHHAIIY. -
1Pe Men McCutcheon a rcphow ": I'o.lHl
Fl. tlsrkapane I.
( Carlson Smjtli and a nice Mrs. ELECTRIC' fmeraiorit. liraftMmen, Meal Technician r
Coil Springs Single & Double Size .*, Motor lnpactor, lnv..*tl-
J. J. Gross alt of Jacknonvillo. rittor. IMmolltlon Technicians, I

Mrs. J. T. Hollln of Madison Table DbACKSMITIt-.Dully hullillnic and rlleniiKrnpherit A"cnllLII.1. Shop !!
Lamps pnlrM. Eapert work, reaaonabla' '''rk.. lll.li.r Merhanlc. Traffln
Ga., and Mrs! L. N. Slgman of IIEAVY CONSTRUCTED |*rlteM.I J. jjler's Drug Store Social Circle Ga., were guests of 19 95 & Outer IoIta., Mtarka (Old Col- Your new IteKular. A"nl01./ .....* ,
; .
STABILIZER ON BOTH SIDES lay 1h..".) tfIV approximately I 40.000 man a, month
sister l : : f
their brother-in-law and In, order to fill. Important peaealima '

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile Friday A LARGE ASSORTMENT A NEW SHIPMENT yOU WANT A C :HIII'Oor. or aneutla pol' It I I. .offerln 4unoiiirooil r .
loath flxeil or Installed I ; M l.bs it month lo man who
or through Tuesday. Mr. and Of' 2-liURNER; newer plixt line put In: ur Hn out- meanurit tip ,
iT Mrs. Halle and their guest: enJoyed .1.1. privy built, 'let ma del 'Ilia Hturtlnir, pay I I. nit a month. ; In ,
Wood job fur you Auk for the earn addition to food, rlothlna. ijuar ;
a trip to Silver Springs Oil r tary man ut Carl Itlli'li'a pliimli- tarH, medlfal and dental. care, The
Mr. and Mrs. Halle InK xhop, phone 191. or wrlta box "banca for promotion I. axaellent, r '
Saturday. 2111. Hlarke. If and you learn valuabla ,iklll* and'rail '',
ORE MUScLE had as guests Sunday and Mon Heaters Heaters *** while Hervlnir.Threayear 1..,

day her brother and sisterinlaw.Mr. lOIIKI'J VOlt IIAl.F.-lInt' Ihs IIyre. ainlfntment allowcholra '
III.J. w..rka anywhere, ales of brnnrh of service from
and Mrs. C. P. Curtis of rlilaa. Ouaritnteeil. J. v. Kilwariln: thoNH with varanrlen, and rhnlnaof
9.95 Hr. Hrouker, Sip t-11 ovamaa theatre which atlll .
Tampa. I
31.00 have openlnjc. I I
RE'LIFF1bon Friends of Mrs. Edna Douty up 111th.aril Her. 'our atari with. the Army '
Vim HAI.KniHin the poor
will regret to learn that she Is ," and oilier reporiln, at I'uhni inquire at...'your..'Inn.U.Hit:H Army"'.,.turtl.He.rriilllnu .. I '
Alachua County ..r'. lift Hh",p. It Hiilldlnir, ... ,
confined to the Haln vlll., Kla'
NEURA'BALMJ. result of a broken All-Metal Dinette Suits ... "'
Hospital as the 'OH' HAF -Two new '111.1. On roll MALM--on* rood farm mule I 1 1one
frank Charlim Thnnmon Chular.f.ranre .
rod duropk yeti r
hip bone. ow and four I
PtNFTKATINO Jr. Is being nioikt tnpleta rare,- plica tan waek. old t'lica are I I '
Thomas S. Williams. <*ni' and eonvordanciM mad, jffiodfiapnr
llampton, "'la.thoroiivhbrad .
t' medication that i tataue/ relieve......,. transferred from the Miami f qp Y 6.95 heavy, brown family .leather Illbl. alphabetical rover one .. I.. I. Iledenbaurh.lip. t; J I I

Naval Air Station to the Jacksonville and enOyelup.dlrIndexed.I I. Call .
2. I
action STIMULATING NAS after serving at Miami 0 .. lieautiful Haae at Chevrolet. :Oitrane, air O. II.Harkar WIM wrtpjrK nnU.r.>ISf1H at h1.-! '
ap the oldest Hi l"landln 1 any al.o or .amount -t ,.
cuculacian- help 1940. He was
since Shade
Rayon Call lnicim Wrerklna'n "
breakuptha. coo- of service In r yolt HArK-L>e 'j ._10.. employee In point Before being I'. I I .Ir ____________ IxD In 4. 4 ft. length, I DOper cols H, Hlandlna f-(737;._or come 4tp 3.7 t. ',4 t"
i2i.'u? ootbian Neurabalm oomrJ the disbursing office. thousand A r..o. fire wood, '
'; work mxa to Miami I he was .. i.a .... ntovip length plna reaaonabla. I* lRrriT 1't/l'tlT. nuiirnn. te.l0 't' ,
transferred .
tuhde. r':6: : sea J. j. !' gate 14, Camp
"lii nul'f blood' .r.oll. .Ty. FI.opllrt5 I. e''' 'I
I: ro"b;: conga:, uea. with the Navy department In ii RollAwayBeds III"n.1I n 11'. tip i'Fur.Abraham,: 4'1' 1 ;
.. lo;; aa. icbinn; -d:: Washington. D. C. i kr. Wfnt.r T'lalntlfr. v*. I
'" KOIl 1.fI..t..y rained'
'aWm.. ur ht fcr*... are relimd.. e*er-c<. Miss Made Brownlee, a stu.lent. JackMonvlllit market prlraaIn vnfKlttt I No.c.hVlnl.n.541 *. Itefondant. Ca.. i i0NEn .
001r.i0prk; /rasa N...."HI.. wake Montreal Iota of '2$ i>r mdra. You r>v pm'OATTII! 1 r
ot.rnr. at Montreat College and l .at them 3 ml. .. 4Nt, NOTI"'!': TO I ,
ed'neck ad toe, the nli.f i of aeunl.ts N. C., will spend the weekendhere Waldo. a> poultry farm 3tp .um"l STATIC OF F'.HllIl1t APICAII,,: prphle ". t -
tired lckwl". Mr. and Winter, where reNldenra and ,
enmpw'a .oJI.
with her parents ,
Ilb. leas. l"a .f.HT-A "Walltiir hound while with I" '
I burning dose la ion 4 Manor Avenue, nronx I '.
a'b""S thin* ii.d.bugrsiog lac. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Single Size blad'k and whit. npotx. weight <|t<] *. New York : ,.
So ui area..'"* and ""'"lewti m : Haloes deliveredthe about tt pound. Y' I. Perry'engraved !! Ton are required, to '
L. D. : appear on
1h 1
Die Rev. f I
5 tonthm5.-.r0!.. CLEAN lad on collar npr Pah 7 ;Murrh |li, I 1947. In the above '
:"' "hot" \10.Mil' YOU wee '_ and main address at the Baptist vltlnlly Camp Hlitndlnic flw HBi;i named, Court: and 0....., wherala 'I' '

'.'5-: sub wrlbvrNanbelm' .. Fed Brotherhood meeting In Lake 17.95 Felt KKNT: --On- tight hou ekaep-i j plaintiff..'oimfr '1'.1.*|...arenhl.Aalt. ..m'hll Altht.. t .

...::..brio I'J lal' "b:. "'- H' h" City Tuesday night. tnir room Adult only.' Mr. C. O. <". naxt' four lemtea, I
; ; .lwltln.
79.50 Manlra 412 Center: tit., Htark. 14 I
'stow iQ 25 isLand toukr. of Mr. W. H. Perkins / my han'l and nfflMnl 4
-DERN. *IJ b"wl'1. Friends that she to They Help YouEconomize lip Haul, at tttnrka, Florida, thla. r>brunrv -
CUANSOOTHING will be glad to know IJOWT u 111710FFic'1.AL
IN STAItKE-Bleak )
Improving In Riverside Well Constructed On luath.rwall.t .. NRAf.) A..1. Thomas ,
slowly oontalnlnc pwpera, em ll Aa Clerk. of sail Court 7
RABALM'Airlr Hospital. Jacksonville where she Extension Leal on Both Sides of Table Valuable Space amount money and money.return Flinter keep i Hv rui-llt c. Conner, f> f. -I I1I t R ,
of a fracturedhip. paper to inawapaper n I> Morgan trI rioor J't, 4.
.L U confined because office 0..". K. Care Clark, ?
vlW' FROH lln. 111 I M I"II' Jacknavlll. "' !a.
ACHIS AND PAIN liP Ally' lea 111. 3-14 4t I-T

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. . . I Ga., Is the following account of!afternoon of last week. Starke Friday of last week. OFFICIAL 12 194T IV: CIRCVIT C mT. BRADFORD plaintiff seeks dIvorce '
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, COUNTY FLORIDA IN IMAN- County Telegraph shall ill"-.Cyd?'
her recent scholastic achievement: Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and Guy Harrell was in Starke sat- As Clerk of said Court. CEll y. Order In neat four week!' It11Witness
FarmBy of Jacksonvillewere By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Theodore. n. Oreve., Plaintiff. vs. vrw.
State "Last Wednesday evening over Bradley Geiger urday. my hand ,.
1 John J Henderson, Esq. St. Augustlno Maureen Qreve, Defendant. Case Heal at Ktarke, Florid..1f.d .r"'
WATL Miss Cox was one of four visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs Blrt Stokes and son and Fla. No. 6400. ruary 4, 1941. 'I I

Mm.. e Bryan. WMIfleld. . to read an original essay on M. Bradley Saturday night and Mrs. Guy Harrell were in Gainesville Atty. for Plf. 1.14 4t 2-14 ORDER OF PtTRLICATtON (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, ,, 'I,,
"Brazil, the New People". She Sunday. said Court
Friday af last week. iv cinci'lT COIHT BRADFORD nv Lucille C.
STATE OF FLORIDA to: MaureenIreve : Conner. To>
BRIDGE CLUB MEETING was finalist from Milton High i Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Mrs. M. D. Harrell and Mrs. (COI'..JRY.'1%TV, FLORIDA IV: CHAN ( whose residence and addressIs William D. !Morgan vifti', '

Colorful calendula and potted School, having won over several I visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Caldwell Lewis Clemons of La Crosee were Olive Sanders. Lambert, Plaintiff, Call I : torn 8065...Palm. Street, San Diego, Atty Clark for Bldg.Pit.Jaeksonvlll 3,'ik It'
Junior Lambert Defendant.
plants made. a pretty effect in the other contestants. 20 schools of in Ocala Saturday. here Saturday afternoon visiting Case VM. No. 6316.OHDER You are required to appear on

living room and dining room of the Atlanta district series participated Mrs. J. R. Jones spent the past relatives and friends. NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR March named Court 10, 11147.and cause In the, wherein above -
the home of Mrs. Tom Conners In this essay sponsored week with her husband, S-Sgt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harrellof STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Junior

when she was hostess at the meet- the Pan-American Union. Amonga Jones in Ft. Bragg, N. C. Sgt Santa Fe were dinner guestsof Lambert. whose residence and address -
I Ise State Columbia
number of prizes the first is Penitentiary i
Ing of the State Farm Bridge Jones accompanied her home du*- Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry South Carolina
Club last Wednesday afternoon. an all-expense trip to Cuba by ing the weekend and made a short recently.Mr. You are required to appear on
plane for the winning pupil and March 10, 1947, In the above
Upon collection of tallies con- her teacher." visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier. and Mrs. Guy Harrell and named Court and cause, wherein fRfSHflSH
seeks divorce. Bradford
tract prize winners were as follows Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards attended County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
Mr. and Mrs.
With her ,
: high, Mrs. J. O. Godwin, parents visitors of relatives in Jackson- the show In Gainesville In next four weekly Isirues.
Gerald Cox Miss Cox formerly Witness hand and official
who received guest towels; sec- villa Saturday night and Sunday of last week. my
and Is visitor Thursday night seal at Starke, Florida, this Feb- At All TimesSea
lived here a frequent
ond high, Mrs. J. R. Kite, who having gone up to meet Mrs ruary 4, 1947.OFFICIAL DRY
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Edwards
of her paternal grandparents, ( J. Thomas,
and low Mrs.C. .
note from l.tJ'out.;
Stahl her return
won paper; Clara upon
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox And of and Mrs. Vasco Hazen were in An Clerk 1 TroUt Red Bass
M. Turney, whose consolation Cuba and Nassau. Mrs. Stahl is By Lucille C. Conner: D. C. I CLEANING.
of matches.In .I I her maternal grandparents, Mr. Gainesville Monday,: T. Frank Lnndrum, harke Fla. Pompano Sheep Head
was a novelty package the of Mr. and Mrs.
now guest 2.1
Lonnie Parker sometime' for Plf. 4t 2-28
bingo Mrs. J. M. Hembree won I and Mrs J. M. Bradley. Their Turney. Ja, spending Atty., AT ITS BEST Mullet Croakers

ash trays. Mrs. Conners served ,Farm friends are hoping for the in Leesburg/ for medical IV: CIRCI'IT COURT. BRADFORD --- Large Shrimp

lemon pie with coffee to her I first prize for Elizabeth. .0. treatment. IAN.Walter : : The Life of Your O
A revival meeting will begin at
J. Prosjek, Plaintiff v..
guests. After having spent the mid- New River the Brooker Church of Christ Mary Prosjek, Defendant Case No. Clothes Dependson Florida &, BaltimonOYSTERS

MISS COX IN CONTEST' FINALS term holidays with their respec- Monday night, F e b ruary 17th. G3)7.! ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND The Care They
tive families Garland Godwin and of the NOTICE/ TO APPEAR
I Of Interest to the friends of ; By The School Brother Taylor, pastor
H. O. Davis, Jr., returned to the of Christ and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary Receive
Gainesville Church
Miss Elizabeth Cox of Roswell, . . . ProMJttk, whose residence and ad- e
of Florida in Gainesville -
University speaker over radio station WRUF dreHH IH unknown.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Patterson Monday through Thursday at 9 You are required to appear on All Garments Fresh Dressed & Drawn
March 10, 1947 In the above
Fryers &
Mrs. J. C. Wallace, :Mrs. L. F. of Laic' City were supper guestsof a. m., will conduct the services. named Court and cause, wherein Hand Finished liens

JUST RECEIVEDA Chapman and Mrs. J. G. Godwin Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and 1 County plaintiff. Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford this
attended a dessert-bridge party family Saturday night. iv ciRcrir ,01'11'1': BRADFORD 'Order In next tour weekly Issues MagnoliaFish

Carload Of given by Mrs. O. H. Thomas at Mr. and Mrs., C. P. Cowen of COUNTY('FoRY.AlI'n. FI.OIIIUAI iv CIIAN- seal Witness at Starke my Florida hand ,and this official February )

her home in Gainesville ThursdayCONSTIPATION Gainesville celebrated their second .... L. Clttadlno Plaintiff, vsJoseph 4, 1947.OFFICIAL :%
1 Full-O-Pep Stock I wedding anniversary here with Clttnrtlno.. 0383.ORDER Defendant CaseNo. ( Clerk of SEAL said' )Court.A. J. ThomasAs .-:CLEANER MarketPHONE

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns Satur- Hy Lucille' C. D C.
OF PUBLICATION T. Frank nk oun'7r:; j.k Fla.
''f Feeds In day night. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf. 2-7 4t 2-28 110 Washington St.. StarkeEXCELLET 37
Risky STATE FLORIDA to Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sweat of OF1 whose residence f I" 408 '
iv cmrrrr COURT.r BRADFORD
coN iriNyoa DAD COLDSRetained Raiford were visiting Mr. and Exchange. Place, Long llranch New COUNTY, FLOHIUAI IN CIIAN- L

: undigested food becomes I Mrs. D. J. Mettles Sunday. Jersey.You are required' to appear on Daniel CKRY.L. McClellan, Plaintiff vs \lCE
1 BROOD SOWS putrefactive, causes toxins which Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and March S, 1947, in the abovenamed Ada Virginia McClellan Defendant.
; overload the liver and other vital organs Court and cause, whereinplaintiff Case No. B402.ORDER .
of the body lessening your resistance children of Starke were visiting seek divorce. Bradford OF PUBLICATIONAND the economy of mana lement' make a
lorbdqia4es6y to colds and other winter Ills I relatives here Sunday afternoon. County Telegraph shall publish thl. NOTICE TO APPEAR up
and Interfering with,their treatment. Order In next tour weakly Issue.' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ada a primary quality of otis Service whicKirs
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. .
take this chance when you can Sapp were Witness my hand and officialseal Virginia McClellan, whose residence dedicated to the offal and'needs of
Iilm '/ )P4fP.y take Why Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughly visiting In Gainesville Saturday.The at 29, Starke 1941. Florida, this January -!Brooklyn Is, New 11-A York.Spencer Place bereavement

:yet linttestnee.sweepinevery of Long Bridge Christian (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, You are required to appear on
your: toxin- Chucrn revival ended Sunday afternoon As Clerk of said Court. March 10, 1947 In the above
laden putrefactive foods and virus- By Lucille C. Conner D C. named court and cause, whereinplaintiff
laden mucus, enabling you to more with the Baptismal ser Joseph K. Skipper Williams Build- seeks divorce. Bradford 'it'DEw1TT
.f effectively avoid or fight a cold.Nothing vices held at Lake Butler Chris in ur, Jacksonville, Florida. County Telegraph shall publish this
Use Atty. for Plf. 1.31 4t 2-21 Order In next four weekly Issues
acts like good old Calotabs. as tian Church.
n Y / directed. 100 and 25o at all druggists. Witness my hand and official C. JONES
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Renfroe of: -- seal at Starke, Florida, this Febwmiy -
Take CALOTABS IV ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Flora Yarbrough at the home of: CKRY.Airnes FLUKinll tllAV- As Clerk of said I ourt.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Moody this Schllewen Nelson Plaintiff, Zuch llv Lucille! C. Conner D. C. Dir rector
1C Douglas, Fla
Jame. Nelson, Defendant aulnesvllle STARKE
vs. Harry PHONE TTie
week. Mrs. Yarbrough Is 08 years, Case No. 8381.ORDER Atty. for Plf. 4t 2-28

Promote Farrowing of age.J.. NOTICE OF )PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR V OT.CN Our local funeral hoi enables us to
Easy J. Ownby was Improving in STATE) OF FLORIDA to James Notice Is. hereby given to all offer conveniences a n J services not
Alachua County Hospital in Harry Nelson whose residence la whom It may concern that I have
' ; Big Litters and Plentyof rIREE Gainesville Monday. % No. 410 :East: 62nd St, Savannah, my Final Report as Administratrix otherwise available.We .
Ueorcla. of the Uxtatevf, Robert T. Dodd deceased .
Milk for Pigs Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Petty of You are required to appear on and will make application
r Raiford were guests of Mr. and February 24th, 1047 In the abovenamed for Final 1 Discharge to K' K. Perry- furnish the highest type rvlce: at the lowest prices x\
F court and cause, wherein man County Judge of Pvadford accept ANY life Insurance
big litters of Mrs. J. M. Kerce and children plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford County, Florida, on March 11th, policy In force Issued by ANY com
r4 BUILDING County Telegraph shall publish thleOrder 1947. pany, as payment In part or in 1 full on a funeral. Consultation
Saturday night.
pigs begins 1R : In next four weekly Issues I Oenrgelln Dodd Norris, carries
t before the Mrs. Myrtle Sapp and childrenof Witness my hand. and official Administratrix. no obligation. ,
pigs are seal at Starke, Florida, this 22nd 2-7 4t 2-28
Raiford Mr. and
r farrowed. You get results were visiting
IIUUDY FOLKS: sCiiittomori Mrs. II. M. Moody Sunday after- ..
in when condi-
ti' 9 a hurry you noon. w I
tion sows with Ful-O-Pep "Have you a book \ .
Gene Andrews and Doyle Crews
Plg-N-Sow Feed, This vi- railed 'Man the Master of'Vomen" I. .
were among the FFA who p
'" boys .
tamin-rich feed for sows ? ," ,- .. \ I
spent the weekend In Tampa visitIng ;:; ,\'l .' .
promotes health, easy far- .Salesgirls "The fiction department -, the Florida State Fair. J, .J ;
rowing, lots of milk and l.. on the:other aid, sir".' Mr. and' Mrs M cnael Sheppard? t -, 'tO! t1 A. t t ,,

big litters. Feed Ful-O-Pep and son, Junior, ."of Gainesville '"

r Pig-N-Sow Feed ink: equal you Voter If you: "I were wouldn't St. Peter vote him-for spent the weekend with his parents ,;I fll America will welcome tAt}

parts with whole oats, be- self." Mr. and Mrs. T, H.' Sheppard.Brooker .
ginning,even ./
before the sows Candidate "If I were St. S . . : f '' : ': '.

l' 1 are bred, andcontinuing on ) 1 i Peter, you be In couldn'fc my district""Thanks Yonwouldn't !' .VIV : NEWEST CHEVROLET !- -

through until for the Hit" said '
ny Mm. T. W. Markey
V the pigs are the woman as she left the plan- '
weaned. See e . . e ,
tie surgeon's office. t.\.
us today for Mr. and Mrs Raymond Crews : .
your supply. Give your car a lift with better and daughter, Margleaue,'of Jack \ t'' "

gas bettor oil and sonville, were weekend visitors of : "LO-.4 i
We Also Carry A thorough: and conscientious! Mr. and Mrs. O. W Barry.
lubrication. For courteous at- Ovid Lewis of Jacksonville was

High Line tention and complete satisfaction here last Friday visiting his
Quality .
drive In here.
mother, Mrs. R. P. Lewis.

Mrs. Alice Thomas and Mrs.
of Hardware and GULF OIL PRODUCTS Talmadge Kelley and two children,

Washing Polishing of Jacksonville, were visiting relatives -
Farm Implements .
Greasing here recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of /i: \

Temple & Lake Starke were here, Saturday after- -.lhMf7-wL ., \ -/
noon visiting their
respective -
Farmers' Supply Service Station mothers, Mrs. John Cone and Mrs.

0. M. Hazen.

MIKE MARUCA.Owner Phone 179 Malcolm Lewis made a,.business '\

.. trip to Lake Butler Saturday. soiiwer I
f Mrs. Grady Howard was visiting -

_ _ _ l! Mr. and Mrs. Rabble Parrish :

AF.I _ _ _ ..In Dukes recently. J

; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodge of ..il'1! :>;:; "" ,;1.-: ,_ .,., .
CANNON And WEBB GROCERY Winter Haven spent part of last
week here with relatives. .

l T. W. Markey and John William ;,.

& Green made a business trip toW
Friday Saturday Only See and

-- . .. ... .. if you seeBIGCAR


1 fs'.Af now made even Ligger-looking; even deifer.looking

Skinless FRANKS lb. .35
even moreeantiul and desirable in '

II 3 TALL MILK .37 way I.
,- .

I ( I Today, we and all other' Chevrolet dealers
are displaying the

English Peas No.2 Can .11 r'' it" : creation of America's largest producer of automobiles-the new Chevrolet newest .,
4" \..
W' for 1947-offering you an even greater measure of BIG-CAR

Green Cut Beans, No. 2 Can .09 4#'- AT LOWEST COSTI!

u '. See it and you will agree that it's the li gest-Iooling and
,If: best-looking Chev.

SWAN SOAP, Reg.!! Sz. Bar .12 rolet ever built. It's more beautiful in every way, both inside and out. It's

A t designed to out-. k, out-vIia, out-save all other cars in its field And above .

YELLOW ONIONS 4lbs. .- .20 Policy to ," all, it reveals that sterling Big-Caf 'quality-in every phase and feature, in

fit every part and pound of material-which buyers agree is exclusive to

your a' Chevrolet in its price range. Yet here's the /owen- riced in
Scratch FEED, 25 lb. bag 1.10 Personal Needs : line its field! ,

i' Make it a point to see this newest Chevrolet at our showroom-onf .

We\ Have Fresh, Dressed & Charley.: E. Johns i

I" Agency

Drawn FRYERS Phone IS 8TARKC, FLA.RtoreeMtlna .

'. The Most Friendly Store In Town" ........ ; : I TORODE ,CHEVROLET COMPANY

.M(f 3'-,,I -r.np.l,'i-i iu-ti i-I -/y I TH.TRAVELERS, Hartford Starke Fla.I .

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e e CS. 5 Gerald, and Mr. and Mrs. t tJOYNER'S
S 4 e Eldon a e e. e e e e S e e e I
N nacle and brought a fine message In a humble walk with God and
Sapp, and little son, Jo Allen, all
Level In the absence of the Sponsorswho the practice of Drotherhoou.
of Heilbronn Springs, werevisit GrahamBy
lee ing at II. M. McFfae'B Monday. Church News were away visiting patientsIn Sunday School at 0:45: : a. m.

M. McRae Mrs. the Gainesville hospital. Special muiilc at all services.
Bj r ,'f4. . C Mr. Bishop Thomas Is 111 at John McKlnneyJohn ;
. a e e e e e e e e e e e e The coming\ : of Dr. Bob Inger-\ Everyone welcome.
the home of her parents, Mr. and i
soil, under auspices of the NLEA,
community was saddened Mrs. I!. H. Lewis, m< DrOoker. McKlnny attended the Larkin Sisters i I
enthusiastically\ anticipated. He Bible Story Hour
week .by the We wish her a
may last speedy recovery. meeting of his Lodge In Palatka Will AppearIn will be at the Tabernacle Saturdayto

th of M'.. R. M. Crosby andames Miss Lucile Barnes of Rising Tuesday night of last week. Baptist Church address the Youth Meeting: and Ninety children and adults en- !

Burlock. We extend families.ourest was the dinner guest Sunday of Mrs. Maude Graves is upending: I II elders and will also spook at the joyed the Bible Story Hour In the MARKET !

sympathy to the Miss Gwendolyn McRae. this week with her son and daugh- I morning and evening services on Methodist recreation building

r,. T. N. Norman and lon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick ter-in-law in Sampson City. t I1 Sunday. Tuesday" afternoon. Mrs. W. J. 225 SOUTH WALNUT

and Mrs. Susie Myrick attendedthe Horace McKlnny spent the \ rt Hear this outstanding: speaker Churchwell, the story teller, continued I
funeral of the latter's brother, weekend !in Waldo with J. W. ' I James Burlock, in Callahan Friday Jackson.Mr. ,:tt. Christ, the hour this week being: I
WATCH .'. ..
YOUR "" "". .,
afternoon of last week. .. devoted to the "Calling of the
and Mrs Stricklandand !
Clyde .: Methodist Church
{Deserves the Best Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae are children of Lakeland were,, Disciples".
receiving congratulations on tae visiting; Mrs. Strickland's father,I I The Rev L. A. Shepherd, chap- .
arrival of a son born January 31. Fresh stock of excellent:: typewriter PHONE 159 .
Bill Thomas, who Is ill, this week i i lain of the State Prison Farm,
The child was named Harley Al- ribbon at; THE TRLK-': ,
Willie Strickland of Nichols will preach at the Sunday morn-
GRAPII. 4I0c eh for all I
bert.Miss recently visited his grandmother, Ing hour in the Methodist Churchin Only NO. 1 WHITE I
make and adding \
Mae Addison and fjirnvrttent
Betty Mrs. Annie Ward, who has been the absence of the pastor, the
brother, W. N. Addison, of Vanderbilt machines.We .
ill. I Rev. W J. Churchwell. who Is s
were dinner guests of Perry Jones of Starke was a t spending\ two weeks in Cuba. Potatoes

REPAIRTrustworthy Shirley and Benny McRae Sunday. business visitor here Thursday of + At the evening hour a religiousfilm Wish To Announce
J. W. McRae and Owen r
Mrs. last week. I will be shown and Jim Rltch That We Have Moved ri
Service McRae attended the teachers' Mrs. Edward Broughton :and: will conduct the singing of familiar To A New Location At 10 Lb. For [ I
meeting and Art School in Green Vuid
daughter, Katie Mann, Leon hymns. 105 E. Call St.
Cove Tuesday of last
Springs in Gainesville last
Wynn were
arley F. Strong week. Wednesday. e Presbyterian ChurchAt 39cWax

Friends of J. L. Morgan: will be r
BLINDING JEWELER The TELEGRAPH now carrIes The Larkin Sisters, talented
%M IP glad to know he is Improving. He the 11 o'clock service In the
SINCE 1041 complete stocks of India Inks and radio and television quartette, and
has been sick from
very a hog Presbyterian Church Sunday i
It Colors! Pric- NBC mezzo-contralto !
showcard colors. Helen lien.
137 West Call St.' bite on his leg suffered five weeks morning, the pastor, Dr. J. W.
ed at only 15c, 80o and 35e.: ner, will\ appear In person with Paper I
Kaufman, will discuss the age-, '
ago.Mrs Pat B. Withrow. .
Jr. National DI-
LpiiUWtegand\ has returned old question "What doth the,! fr -
NEW HOURS At from an extended visit with rela- rector of Veter Hospital Pro Lord require of thee 1" Certainly' i

Announcing tives In Brooklyn, N. Y, She was grams at the First Baptist there are social obligations each'I 120-Ft. Rolls i'i'I' I
Church in :
accompanied home by her sister, Starke Monday night,I
& Lake Service StationFOR Feb. 24, at 7:30 person owes to his community,and
i Temple p. m. ,- f
Mrs. Edna Courtney, who will be The Larkin Sisters have nation. Tills Is an accepted fact!
appeared 25c each
her guest for a while. In all the major networks on and is undebatable among; men Expert Bicycle :
Mrs. William Bushloper and and women! who have a social] ,
IM YOUR CONVENIENCE 11 daughter, Judy, of Green Cove radio shows Including the "Ar- conscience But the "Word of I i Repair 'I :

a. TILL P.11I. Springs were guests of her par- thur House"Godfrey and "Hymns Show"You, "Rainbow Love"! God", while it recognizes the Whether It'* major operation )I'ET CARNATION I'
ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis, value of social gospel, Inslata. that
the of t
or mere tightening
The quartette has also appeared I I : 1
Sunday. there can bo no real sympathy or I II
before television cameras at the a bolt; you can sure) your
Oil Change --- 30c per quartWith Clyde and Will Broughton of 'Dumont video station in Schenec- helpfulness to others tmles Mn\ bicycle will receive prompt; and
Plant City and Mr. and Mrs. Carl I careful attention bore. CREAM
each job Broughton and children were tady.Like I \Vt'I' hash .;; and "legal size II :
grease other well known
visiting relatives In Macclenny many paper: ((4* 'alit jtnif n6\I04I1\ l onionskin I BIGGS & BAKER
Sunday. singers, the Larkin Sisters began bond, fag ../IIU."I. Second I BICYCLE STORE
GULF Mrs. Maude Graves I la spending their Musical careers singing In I hl"etJI. etc. The TELFOKAP1I.: !I 3 for 39c
PRIDE church choirs.
the ,
this week with her son and daugh- During war ,,.
they made many personal appearances -
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Tom
WORLD'S FINEST MOTOR OIL Graves, In Sampson City. at Army and Navy hos- DRAKE SIGN SERVICE"Signs I II.Inmuoy

r# F F...- Willie Sloane of Plant City Cain was pitals.Pat B. Withrow, Jr., who will of All Kinds" N EON Toilet Soap i
visiting his nephews, Horace
SEE OUR NEW MOTOR SWAYIN and Carl Broughton, over the conduct the program, will tell SPRAY TAINTING t
human Interest stories of his experiences AUTOS and REFRIGERATORS
ACTION! weekend. Cl1l'Ihmere.llouquet
Mrs. Minnie Cain, who Is em- while touring Army and Northeast IALl\IOLIVE :
It Lubricates Your Car Under ployed In Gainesville, was the Navy camps and hospitals dur- Serving Florida{ i

guest last Thursday and Fridayof ing the war. Phone 70 Starke Fla. I*. O. Box 421 !
Actual Driving ConditionsWe her son, Bill Cain and her The public Is cordially invitedto I lIe each I '
Ratcllff. attend the concert sponsored
daughter, Mrs. L. E.

Assure A 100 Per Cent Lubrication Miss Alta Smith of Daytona by the church and There Veterans Is Hospital ad-- I

brother-in-law Beach Is visiting, Mr.her sister and Mrs.and mission Programs.charge.At no Any Radio Repaired --- $2.00PLUS Goon .STJUNG I .. I

Frazier. ( PARTS)
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK / / Mrs. Hilllard Broughton has returned The TabernacleRev. Phonograph Parts and Service BROOMS !I

to her home after visitingher William H. Richie of the Estimates and Tube Testing }'UEEIAll I

Pillow Cases Ladies Shoes Willis daughter Broughton in Macclenny., who was seriously Scripture Gift Mission, Philadel- Work Guaranteed 90 DaysBrown's $1.00 each '
burned recently when his phia, Pa., was a real blessing over .

house caught fire, is doing nicely the weekend at the Tabernacle, ,1'1'
2 for $1.00Dungaree Just Purchased and he la able to be up and about speaking to the Youth Saturday Radio ServiceRear I I II !
after the ,
night regular meeting
.All New the place. He is in Macclenny. White Grits
# of Tampawas Something new In Bible Quizzeswas Bus Station Temple Ave. & 10th St. :
Mrs. Ethyl Reynolds
Introduced In this Youth I
95c 1.95 visiting Mrs. Kate Starling i '
meeting and proved most Inter- 5-Lb, Bag ,

Pants for Boys 2.45 pair Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers and esting. Slips were given out dur- For SAFETY r I'
1 I
ing the week containing names of n ;
Lewis Starling were recent '(;, "\ .
# n famous Christian leaders, their \Oc .xMEATS
Sizes 6 to 16 ors to Tampa.Mr. !
blrthdate, what noted for, etc. Comfort and
and Economy -IuY
and Mrs. George Rivers ; ,
1.85 Shoes These were looked up and report
Army daughter, Selma Rivers, attendedthe
: ,. aunt ed on, after which the favorite r
Mrs. River's
funeral of
Bible Texts of these OUR BUS SCHEDULES' _
persons were t
Mrs. Mills, In St. Augustine, re- :
For Work found in the "Bibles Up" conies ;1
cently. r N. a"t'nn 1fevr HOl'NH ;W. HOIJ I) _
Khaki Pants :;. 'DVI.. :. I :
conducted Edward
who Is by Parker. VI. L.aee? 1'51. Aere.tln. II SMI-M
2.50"pair Bill Thomas of Graham Uhlltl Alii U..III. .. 0..1. VI.,.... t'1... .'.III..
visiting his daughter Mrs. Nor- Sunday morning Mr. Rich :Lan A.1 file AM' 5n5 AM' 5,51 A"
Sizes 28 to 40 Thomas, In LaCrosse/ Is seri visited the Mens' Bible Class of 11':11' AM 555 Alii .,1111 fM' True 1'M i'
man .
# # loin' AM 10,50 AM' 7,10 PM tske 1'llr: VI.11,1(10I
ously ill and baa been moved to a the First Baptist Church, and in AM :::1.0: PM' f...... ('". Only. ....... Huller. ,
1.95 each the afternoon addressed the groupat 1:10: PM 5Aa: PM Wk, II... aeiyl! 10..S A" ,
Gainesville hospital.
4,455 1'11' 11"21 PM eSs' AM' Ado PMsin0 '
BOOSKhaki Miss 5nie; Mae Starling, who Isl Park-Of-The-Palms TIbbitts P111'.IIL MMrI.y1MM.. 1I.1a ,,10 PM .
Auditorium, 10UIt PM 0,01" AM'
Keystone Heights. IIn.1'Mlntk.'
employed in Starke, spent the VIM nl.u4ler. 1.a.:: PM 5,15 AMA I II
10 Inch High '... weekend here with Mri. Kate A future of the Sunday morn- Mlddl.b.ra. PM/Mlka 'ouly' I
Shirts Starling.Mr. ing service at the Tabernacle was IdsPM" 1,10 PM ... I

and Mrs. Carlton Davis of the boys' choir dlr ot.d by Leon- I I I
ard Gordon of For Courteous Correct Information Phone 117. I
3.85 Noegel. Furdy
Mr. Davis' i
1.25 each pairNick's Waldo are visiting par- BEEF CiIUCKROAST
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis. Keystone Heights brought a solo; Ride Florida Greyhound Lines Inc. BUSHes ''I
FI .. A' Willie Strickland and Mr. and "Because He Loved Me So" which i ;

Mrs. Clyde Strickland of Lake was a blessing to all prasent. UNION BUS STATIONTemple

[ Bargain House land were guests of Mr. and Mrs. i At the evening service Mr. Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent Htarke Fla.
Carl Jones Saturday and Sunday., Richie was again at the Taber-

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dyal of :
29c lb.
Lakeland were visiting friends
... ... .. _..
.J" --" here the week-
over I
and relatives
--", "' end.Mr. Jlest Grade; WhiteBACON :
and Mrs. Louis Dempsey
spent the day with Mr. and Mrs, .
3 Jimmie Dobbs in Starke Sunday. Highest CASH Prices Paid : '

Mr. and Mrs. John Surrencyhad (

their Sunday Mr.
\s as guests
Mrs. H. C. Surrency of
34c lb.
Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. A.

l Padgett, of Hugh. ep OR UY TilE UNIT I ,
Mrs. Horace Cain and daughter I'UUE )", .

and son. Richard, and Mrs. :
IuJv/: 1. E. Ratcliff and sons, Walter

and Mauri were shopping in EDWIN W. PECKP. LARD '

for those Gainesville Saturday.Mr. Chas. C. : r' ,
and Mrs. Carl Broughtonwere
O. Box 463 Gainesville Fla.
: who careYou visiting relatives In Mc- ShepherdAt
3lc lb. :
clenny Sunday. Send Me A Postcard .
Gay's, Service Station 1Fla. I
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALRev. / And 1 Will Come To See You FRESH I

..... .... .. : L" I
can keep your S. W. CreAsey recently In l r : .'
charge of The St. James Episcopal I Pork ,."j i I
ice clothes as smart"as .
Church at Lake City, will conduct -
new if you let us services at St. Mark's churchon '

give them expert Friday, at 7:30: p. m., and Sunday Prefabricated Government Hutments16x16 Hams Lb. 42c .'I, ,

7 at 11 a. m. Prior to his location : '

cleaned care. Clothing here retains was rector In Lake at City St Mark's Rev. churchIn *alley $195.00 16x48 $350.00 20x52 $500.00Prices i Shoulders Lb. 35c ; I I

color and line. Let Palatka./ above delivered on your truck WITH FOUNDATION Camp islanding. I Sides Lb. 29c .

.L I us protect and preserve of ReV.the Jo rectory.llph AnastasI during ,the a guest past 16x16 $275.00 16x48 $550.00 2052: $1000.00Prices i Chops Lb. 49c j !I '

I your :fine clothes. Call today six weeks has returned to Hack- above delivered unloaded on your lot with concrete foundation blocks. I i

] for quality cleaning. ensack. N. J.. where 1M Is In 20x52 Hutment meets any; zoning requirement; can give one day delivery. Sausage Lb. 45c t ', I : '

charge of St. Anthony' church. I ,
I He has made many /rUrtds In BAYNARD BROS. REALTY & INSURANCE CO., INC. I Heads '. Lb. Idc) ::

Ro PHONE 135lIT. : tarke' ., and his presence will bmUsed. BT. PETERSBURG FLORIDA( i ,

1J11.sI. On Ash Wednesday, February ,OR I
CREEP. e I 19. there will be a dedication ot i J. J. Pierson at Camp Blafldmg or 302 Madison St.; Starke, Fla. FREE DELIVERY f N
the Holy Communion at 10 a. mr" 223 SOUTH WALNUT
Owner : :: and on Thursday morning, young'people" P.. S. Can Mil you a lot and will tlnanc'd, for you with a small down payn nt and Olson
service will be held at 7 monthly 'installments. Building; q'tj ,

a.. m. A cordial welcome is. 18C-

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I'II! BHS Cagers Shake Jinx To Win 4 Games; Conner Presides I New SergeantIs I Vets Interested In Agricultural Training Hornsby ''Praises

A. A. Team Downs G. C. Coca-Cola 35.27 Over FFA Events I AssignedTo Should- Contact Service Officer On Feb. 20 City Fire Fighter

A combination that clicked was At long last the BHS Tornadoes At Florida FairA I II I National Guard All Bradford County veterans It is urged that all veterans in For Saving Home

presented before the Green Cove this week broke a rigorous I interested In entering vocational terested in this class see the
"fine time by all' was reported : First Sergeant Norbert Szym- The home
t fans Tuesday by Starke's A. AI losing streak and crashed through agriculture training under the G. county service of leer,at his office and tarn ?
this week by boyle Conner zcak regular instructor on the James
basketball team, and the local Independent for four rousing victories over army I. Bill of Rights are requested to in the courthouse Thurs Hornsby raZ
state of the. Future this week to the local half
president ,
east of StarkH!
eager bested that ,, contact Albert !..- Crosby, Jr.,! day Feb. 20. Please bring a \
SanderThe Farmers of America and spokesman National Guard Company bringsto old Blanding
town's Coca-Cola quintet 33 to1 I I county service officer, on Thurs copy of discharge If you have ono road wen
I for the 41 members of the his service here a combat record from III
27 It wan the team's second win: Ing for. as the lads and lassies of day Feb. 20.Attempts. I If not bring the original. It la I flaming destruction 83
Bradford who attended, evidenced in 15: dec
since its recent organization with(I I Coach Shad Bryant and Mary chapter amply are being made by necessary to secure approval by day by the timely arrlYai
the Florida State Fair In Tampa orations I 1 uding the Silver I Starke's Fire
out Freeman checked in with n p Currie and to Department ,
the A.A.'i defeating the same triumphsby C. L. Crosby organize the county committee stating
FFA last Saturday Feb the Bronze Star Purple other
Star three
fit last Thursday, 41 to 35. substantial margins on day i another farm class at the that farm is self-supporting and minutes and mvi I,
8.Conner. and the Order of the William
Heart and
ruary buildings
+ The revamped lineup In Tues Last Tuesday the local quintet earliest possible date. It Is necessary large enough to be full-time employed would have

,t day's battle, having Teague and stopped Waldo 46 to 28 in a thrill- presided in events staged of Orange Holland's equivalent that a sufficient numberof and that a certificate ot to the ground," Mr. Horn,!,,;
of the V. S. ed.
McRae at forward. Ingram and packed game that featured theharpshooting on an open-air platform before a Congressional' veterans be approved by thecour.ty eligibility can be obtained from
grandstand crowd o f approximately -i Medal of Honor: committee before this class the Veterans Administration., The Hornsbys
;I? Kenia at guard and Dryden at of Edwards for were eJ''
center, operated smoothly and ward, who scored 20 points. The 8000. In addition some Formerly'>a resident of Milwaukee can be organized. As soon as All these forms and necessary lunch at noon Saturday unl'

II;( looked very much like 'he winning boys downed Lake Butler on Saturday 4,000 FFA' boys from all countieswere Wisconsin the Sergeant has this number has been obtained a papers may be obtained from the that the roof of the dwellin.on .

"I : club which Starke merchants 44 to 29, Edwards scoring present forming a mammoth had seven year's duty Includingtwo teacher will be requested from the county service officer of C. L. fire. Unidentified

,,. .:1' anticipated when they established 15 and Vance 12. B6th boys' and parade on the race track priorto In the European theatre with State Department of Education in Currle 'veterans a g r I culture motoring towards Starke
the program. the famed 101st Airborne division.His Tallahassee i teacher. Green Cove Springs '
the athletic association Boyd girls' teams scored over Sanderson shouted
I Trague at forward was high on Friday Bryant's men winning Conner, Introduced by H. E., Silver Star.was won in the alarm to the family and

, scorer with 14. Dryden turned 39 to 29 while Mrs. Freeman's Wood state advisor of the 'or I' Battle of Bantogne when as first Fifteen on Into I town to notify the
I 53Expires
of unit stripped of SurveyorsNow Sugar Stamp
addressed the crowd sergeant a department which
\ I In an excellent Job at his newij" sextet won, 25: to 20. Stew ganization ruponi

,I t center position aa did Pollard art was high scorer In the latter and awarded the honorary FFA its officers, he organized a defense Employed, March 31 approximately five mlnute,,\J

ij":" substitute forward. engagement with eight points. degree to J- C. Huskisaon, executive -; which stood off eight successive ing a firey disaster for the H

secretary of the State Fair attacks by a German On Mapping Project To avoid the substantial expenseof by family
I The A.A.'s have been followinga The girls dropped a couple since
Association and to S. L. Lotamer, panzer regiment on the night of printing and
thus and have Lake 18 of the fifteen distributing new Discussing the matter
a busy schedule far Friday losing to Butler Seven surveyorsand j yest
The award
p lost a few In the course of almost to 6, and to Waldo,- 34 to'12. market specialist of the Department December' 23, 1944. office personnel employed by sugar 'ration books, all sugar Mr. Hornsby feverently dii
of Agriculture.A from Holland's government was stamps made valid on or after that there
but the H. M. White here are was nothing lib
'I I nightly competition As had been suspected however American's the Surveys '
i to the winning received following the April 1,' 1947. will be good for 10 Starke Fire Departmentcame
was presented
j team play of Tuesday did much the chief ailment harassing cup Bradford citizens according to an
} liberation of that -
; i"" I to convince local fans that the Independents the two teams has been lack of entry of the FFA egg exhibit also country.in the Szymzac D- announcement this week by R. R. pounds of sugar A. D. Simpson to help me at once,,]
may shortly provide experience-with ability the Webster Fla., chapter. Mcllwalne, chief engineer, Jr., OPA Regional Sugar Executive though I live outside the
+ I Commissioner of Agriculture Day landings arriving at St. said today in Atlanta. limits and there
victories in greater number. The and the will to win. plus a bit of Marie Eglise Normandy, by gilder Miss Louise Snyder was appointed are no i
Nathan Mayo made the award to Spare Stamp No. 53, now valid mains near my house."
v boys lost Monday to Melrose 62 luck, they should close out the "D minus one." the organization's secretary Ttx|
l to 59 and dropped successive season in commendable style Carlos Huggins, the chapter's last Monday. In addition to for five pounds of sugar will expire partment extinguished the |
I 'names on Saturday and Sunday to president. Conner stated later, The Sergeant's: assignment hereis field for consumer use at midnighton with water Carried In the I
R. G. Kldd men
The team will In Engineer
the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta. I ,boys' compete "I wish congratulate all chap- permanent. .and he states that Include assistant Paul March 31 and a new stamp storage tanks.

Lion 64 to 66 and 53 to 48. the Suwannee Conference tournament ters for their fine cooperation in when "I retire I'd like to make Raymond W. W. McDonald surveyors W. E. good for 10 pounds of sugar, will "I want to thank through <
this weekend at "
Trenton, Several hundred Starke my home. With him are be validated 1 columns the
this egg exhibit. on April to cover stranger who mit
In the Melrose tilt led Lawson Victor Thomas 'and W.
In event of
and. victory
a over I his wife formerly Miss Dolores both us and the fire
thousand eggs were shown. home canning' and regular department]
final of
until the two minutes E. Lawson
Archer will take on either Waldoor ,
especially commend the Webster Michalzkl of Milwaukee and home use, Simpson stated. He our house was on fire"
play. In all ,games, competitionhas Trenton tonight (Friday). I R. L. of Washington D
of uniformity their three-year-old daughter. I Frew added Hornsby said
been close and as expressed boys for the fine degree that the number of the 'Except for ;

', by Manager 1..'M. Gaines, "any. The Tornadoes play Hawthornnext of their display." Prior to transfer here the instructor -I.!!i C., waa, added: this week as a next valid stamp will be announc.ed quick"response.I would havtl
Monday February 17th at engineer., Other engineers
located at Fort| later I all buildings. I
4 one these Is Notables on the platform Included was at a date. my I also thank
up games the local I
Armory beginning at J. J. of Iowa and
are Pickett ,
missing some of the best basketball ,7:30.: Colin English Superintendent Bragg, N. C. He replaces Master:IL.[I G. Rudstrom of Minnesota. It is necessary, Simpson said to I Stafford who came out li|

seen locally In years" of Education, and Ed Lar"-" Sergeant Jack Jones who will terminate Stamp 53 a month cold and helped repair the i

sen, state treasurer. serve as National Guard instructor They are tracing parallel traverse earlier than originally announcedin and all the others that :I'eJI
Incentive for attendanceare
I Newcomer lines this week located in the
Make I "
prizes awarded at each local to Results had not been received In Live Oak. order to avoid thai serious trade such good service.
Orange Park sector having largely
Costume yesterday on the competition of The local unit Headquarters problem of handling both five and '. -
game by the cltys merchants. JewelryIn completed work In the Middle- Fi.. stamp pad!, stamp J
Carl Lamar Johns recent recipient livestock Judging. Bradford's Company 'of the Second Batta 10 pound alamos at the same time. Ink '
The rubber ,
Shop at Home burg area. project begunac1, stamp dates i
of an outboard motor In the entry was the accomplished team lion, the 124th Infantry now has fcordlng: to government requirements 'The change is being announce heron see The TELEGRAPulIM

Florida Tackle and Gun Club I Mr. and Mrs. William Brown,I of Maurice Edwards, Jr., oC six officers and< 12 enlisted m.m.I for topographical data in now to give. all

fishing contest, won a pair of formerly of Cleveland, Ohio, moved Starke and Eldridge' and N. G. commanded by Captain R. O. connection with Camp Blanding! quate'opportunity to "cash") : COriMTV CinOWIT, FLOHIOtl COURT BIMI IX CU..,

nylons at the Melrose game last last Thursday Into their re Hayes brothers of Brooker. The Kldd. Ten non-cn/n promotion ls scheduled for completion in Stamp 53 before it expires. CBUV. I
winners will receive all-expense- In rank Batty Mae McClure, riHlnllfl |
Monday.The cently-purchased residence on the are available ranging midsummer. Previously Simpson explained,, John I'. !McClure Defendant
A. A's will play Lake Butler one time Bob Cone farm, in West paid trip to the National FFA from technical sergeant to technician stamps have been validated for No. S41S. '
tonight (Friday) at the Armory Starke. "We came here for mywife's convention at Kansas City, In Oc fifth arade.Blanding Variety of Jobs five pounds 'of sugar-some for AND ORDER:NOTICES.OF :PUnUI'ATIOI APPEAR.

beginning at 8 o'clock. Admission health," Mr. Brown stated, tober. regular home use and some for STATE OF KLOHIPA to: if

't is 23c.: I "and have decided on Starke because During his three days at the Chapels Available With FHA home canning purposes. No special I address P. McClure InE5I4, whose HampdenUethenda. Hlrlnrt. \

of the warm welcome. we've fair Conner attended a banquet stamps for home canning sugar Maryland.
Blue Mold received." I programmed by the WiI.auma'chapter. Will Be Sold Under Civil ServiceA will be validated In the future and You are required to nppu'l. '
Showing March 17.' 1047 In the rnamed
and made two radio To the made valid the ; and
t Mr. Brown will convert his Church GroupsBids number of positions with the stamps during Court cause,, wh>
In Tobacco Beds broadcasts over Station WFLA rest of 1947 will provide plaintiff! eeeka dlvorrt. PruJ
hobby-carving costume jewelryand I Federal Housing Administrationin sugar County Telegraph shall publit! |
novelties into Tampa. He presided at a meet for the purchase of 24 for both purposes, he said. Additional Order, In next lour weekly I If
Evidence of blue mold In some an occupation ing of the executive officers held surplus chapel buildings at Camp ,Jacksonville Tampa Orlando 10-pound stamps will be Witness my hand and off)
and plans to use the garage of his and Pensacola are open. Postmaster eat at Starke i Florida the I Iruary
of the county's tobacco site of the
plants for discussing sum
y local Blanding will be received at the made valid .periodically as the .
property as a workshop for Fred F. Stump stated this U"l't1.OFFICI4
wera reported this week by County mer's state convention. Daytona area real estate office of the U. S. sugar supply permits' ( .) A. J. Tb
,Agent T. K. McClane.., In letters the manufacture of necklace and Beach selected. w ek.. The Jobs come under Civil Aa Clerk et mid Court
was tentatively
earring sets and other District Engineer 575 Riverside "It is Important, Simpson emphasized Hr Lucille C. Manner,
articles the
Service and at beginning are :: &D''I"
distributed among local While at the Fair the FFA to iO A. M. March 12. Fletnlna*. Jones, (0cott
growers: McClane said! "As'>' you I I many of which will be carved boys :were quartered at MaoDlll Avenue up probatlohaf leading to permanent ; "that housewives plan netk National Hank Building;JlIon..llle
from He All religious! organizations in the use lot the they get Florida,i
I' plastics will be assisted classified, situations sugar
know blue mold Is the worst dla- field. State officers were accommodated Attya., }fatf .Flt*' :_ 2-UllJ
by his wife who is'skilled in Florida are invited to make application the abilities needed art from these1 10-pound stamps so as > -
ease. ) of tobacco at thls'sUge' of 1!I at the Bayvlew Hotel. Among :
painting.I for the nurchase of one or valuators mortgage credit examiners to cover both their household and isr cmcrrr COURT. BRAD
the garnet There mre many satisfactory I __ "' COUNTY FLORIDA 1V: CtiVERY.
methods of controllingblue I was previouslyan assemblysuperintendent tall of the chapels. Applicationforms ; construction examiners home canning needs. I : -
I' at Cleveland'sSchoenberger 1946 Tag Sales may be obtained at the U. I it seems' Irene Fllley Plaintiff vi. KL
mold but one of the easiest and underwriting aides and beginning ,. "Although fairly certain ..e :Flllay, Defendant. Cut

and safest. the use of formate factory manufacturer Show Increase S. Englneera office or, Post office ; salaries range from $ ,- that sugar supplies will increase 6114 ,

of valves and fittings. Box 4970. Jacksonville. I 394 to $4,149 annually. Information during 1947 the exact amount ORDER OF PUBLICAT101
spray or. formate dust. For best AND NOTICE TO APPEAH
results this pt l&Itd, 'applied before I I It was stated that Mr. and Mrs. Over 1945 TotalsAn The chapels are standard Army as to requirements and examination of the Increase la! not' BTATEl OF FLORIDA to: GLee <
Brown will raise poultry and do known: It Is Fllley, whose residence
forms impossible thereforeto
dfobi application are
the apD tai's I In your to- increase in auto license tag type regimental size approxl-,1mately' dress la unknown.
bacco bed,",, V1 ; an amount of gardening but will available at the local Postofflce state the total amount of the You are required appter
31 96 feet overall tot
I not farm' the ales over 1946 was noted this by March 1'. ,1947 In s
McClane reported that bllje : place extensively Mr.: Stump, said. Applications sugar ration for. 1B47 or the date named court and wt>o
week in the of C. A. frame construction and cache
!. mold limtCsf the quantity of plants I 'report : complete must be In by :March 5. on which additional stamps willbe ] Plaintiff ....k. divorce. Brail,
almost In Boy Scout News Knight, county tax collector. A with furnace and. pews but with I validated later in the year." County Telegraph shall publlitf.
annually both l I"wltn.
Georgia total of 2,399 '47 tags have been Order In next four weekly
and Florida. out organs. ... my hand and of'J
sold since December 1-as of ,seal at Stark., Florida, this
The county''agent- provided the Eight visitors were present 11 Mr. stated. Interested parties may obtain Fresh stock of excellent typewriter teary 18, 1947.
r Bradford tobacco growers with Monday night at the regular February the appraised net value 'of the We have letter and legal size ribbons at THE TELE- (OFFICIALSBAL) A. J. Ho"
for date last
a data on the materials, quantity, weekly meeting of Starke's Boy Figures the same papers to suit your needs onionskin GRAPH. Only 80o each for all By A. Clerk Lucille of C.Raid Conner Court. D. C.

and application in both dusting Scout Troop held In the American I year were 2,122. property upon request at the U. S. bond rag content second makes typewriters and adding 1. f>. Harrison, Law Exchnng l FJacksonville |

''p and and other Information Legion Hall on West Call street. Bradford owners of vehicles Engineers office. sheets eta The TELKGKAPII. machines. Fla. ',
spray .. f-110
this have purchased 18 varieties A tt" for Pit
I concerning blue mold control. Following the meeting refreshments -
of ] from the
of hot chocolate and cookies licenses ranging
"T's" to the "WW's". "D" licenses -
were served to the 14 scouts 'd

W.C.T.. present and to the visitors:'E. L. required for most passen-

U. Matthews Robert Green Ted Os- ger vehicles totalled 1,288. ,A

borne Cecil Mr and 'total of 429 sales were made In
"Liquor may'have defenders, Douglas
i but no defense I'd rather lone Mrs. Q. S. Newcomb Mrs. E. T. the most common classification of

my, right hand 'than to sign. a Shull and Mrs. T. B. Harding. truck'tages. ndu

1. document to perpetuate the The next meeting will be Monday IN "IR"I'IT (:COURT nn"ronn o

liquor traffic." night at 7:30: In the Legion Hall.T. fKKV.n fOI'NTY.. FLOH1IIAI. IN CHAN. ,

-Abraham Lincoln. B. Harding, Jr., Scribe. th Barker Pua-h. Plaintiff vn, '
Walter Hayes push. Defendant :

K Case AND ORDER No. NOTir-B 6417.OF PITPLTCATTON1 TO AFPJ3AR8TATK : .. > but .it m s wonderf ul for

OF FLORIDA to: Walter.
SEED Have Pug-ti. whose residence In:
J CANE Cltnr Luke, Iowa.
Yon are r appear on
March IT, t.dlnto above
named! Court and caufc.. wherein

FORSALEII County plaintiff Telegraph.....k. divorce.shall publish Rrailfnril this How would you like to remain in a .temperature of 34 degrees

Order Wltnenn In next my four hand weekly and lenuea official, '+ day and night for months? It wouldn't be so pleasantfor !

Timry Heal at 12 Starke 1941.Oio'FI'IAI. ., Florida, thin Feb. human beings but it's the ideal ageing temperature. for

SANTA FE STOCK FARM ( SEAL) A. J. TtlOmtte. t'. beer.
Aa Clerk of eald Court.
k **v Lucille. C. Conner. D. C. f 1 i" And it is at this temperature that lAX Beer the South.east's .
Dan Kelly; Jr., Frrnandlm. Fta.Atty. .
R. F. D. 1 Box 43 Starke, Fla. for Plf. a.... 4t 1-7 famous regional Drink of Friendship, is aged to the

II' itr: ciuci'iTo>:. FL.OHIDAI'HT. RRDFORDCo,4rY IM t:1I.V: R t r -., perfect mellow. 'golden goodness that has caused expertsto

..:IIY.n..II' rank lAX, as a truly fine beer.
W. Reedrr Plaintiff v..

Cane Evelyn: I No.Irene(0400.OR' Reedy, Defendant v l To keep pace with the constantly growing demand for

: AND nIt NOTICE or PUBLICATION TO.APPEAIt: --eta{ ; 7 JAX we have recently installed an additional powerful ana!

J Clothing Irene BTATR Reedy OP, whose FLORIDA rveld.ncft to: Evelyn andaddress fey.IAXf costly refrigeration unit to keep our newly enlarged ageing

..It.. la: Sumervme. MnsMtchu cellars constantly at the ideal temperature for the maturityof

klIk Ton are required to appear on jktferMr! beer. 'I _
March II. 1947. In the above 4sy )
named Court and cane. wherein er This money was spent, not to improve the quality of JAX
I. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
and ShoesFOR County Telegraph shall publleh this because lAX already represents the highest standard of ex
In .
Order' next four weekly' limuea.Wltneai
my hand and ftffrllaeal cellence in fine beer, but to assure the maintenance of out
at Htarke, Florida, this F.b.ru.ry g
0, 19 47. long-established and unsurpassed quality. .
jOFFir-IAL S ALA.. J. Thomas. F ,
Aa Clerk of said Court. lAX is made of top-grade ingredients, brewed and aged
II. O. Brown Starke Fla. i
Atty. for Plf._ I." 4t ..1 under ideal conditions rigidly controlled by scientific instruments

in ciRrrrr COURT nntnrnnDCOUNTY. w'i and bottled in a modern newly equipped bottling
The Entire Family (.'.:RY.lI'.ank shop.
H. Feddon Plaintiff v..
icc Catherine. No. 0412.ORDER P.. Feddon, Defendant.C Remember this when you want cheering, golden refresh.

OF PUBLICATION' .t''' ...... ment. Ask for lAX, the Southeast's great renal Drink of
HTATB OF FLORIDA to: Kath. L !6 friendship.
EVERY DAY IS lJARGUNtr at theStore sine F. F.. la: 3t Sixth Street North Eaatl r --.
Washington, D. C.
You are reoulred. to appear on _
March 17. 1947. In the above.
named court and caue, wherein r
plaintiff aeeka divorce) Bradford
I County.: Telegraph shall publish: thisOrder I II offi JAX BREWING v
I In next four weekly' I..uea COMPA
Witness I my hand and official
seal at Btarke, Florida, this February
l Ce Clerk. ..f MM t art
taco K XXMctatev Os u. >Fla.
Atty. 247 ... .J .- w. K. *4 _,. __,__.;. -- :; -, r. -


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