Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 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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Feb. 16, 194'7

, dear Did you Col.ever Bradford sit In an audience, and witness a platform of youn Official County Publication Established In 1877 I

their personal testimony for Christ Well I did
Idren .
I shall not soon forget it, for it was last night In our own littlE; VOLUSIN SIXTY-NINE -- SPAUKK. F1.0K1U-..\. FK1IA\, .';E8KU.\UY', IU) 1" -- -- u 'NU3IUEli: -EIGHTEEN i

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,ed when NowCal.of we the hear.fact Bradford of that people human some trying of nature us to are do lets Inclined good so much, and to jealousy when be a little we and are skepti envy con; FFA Judging Team, 150 To Attcnd I''I Here Today I II Council To Ask Special Legislation t

our hearts that we become critical and hate to give the I
'p'1'' fellow credit for his success. 'Wins 2nd Place C of C Banquet Making Police Chief Appointive;

yea I dropped in the Tabernaclu last night and witnessed. th

uicplraatlonal: scene It has,! been my privilege to enjoy. It Is th: '
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At State Fair Next ThursdayAcceptances Action On City Limits Laid Over
o. for the young people to have charge of the services on Sat '

iy night, and the little boy who was leading the group seemed to I 'i'tn ". r

,round ten or twelve years of age. Their singing and> scripture I Maurice Edwards Jr., Eldridge Indicate that the Special legislation giving! the

lings were excellent, and then they began to give their persona I Hayes and N. Q. Hayes, comprising largest crowd ever to assemblefor James Crawford City Council authority to'appoint

.muny It was difficult for them to remain in their seats they. the Bradford County F.F.A. an event of this kind will Accidentally Shot a. Chief of Police will be submitted I I

10 eager to testify for their M ster. There must have been Livestock Judging Team won : at the next session of the
e Thursday
gather on the night of
second place in with On Palatka Job
and In State Legislature, according to
this a
nt twenty young boys girls group and I have neve 105 Feb. 27, for the "Ladles
judging teams all
id gown people put themselves into the work as these from parts Night" banquet to be given by James Crawloni decision reached by the Council t
younile of Florida at the State Fair In 27 son of Mr. In its meeting here Tuesday night.
.1'11 i It was an Inspiration. After the children finished theirof Tampa last Saturday. the Starke Chamber of Com- and Mra.' Pauj Crawford of rural As proposed by the Council the
we heard a wonderful talk by Dr. merce, according. to an announce- I
the program Y
Ingersol. That Lawtey, was ccldentallY shot in
Scoring 1431 points out of a r special act will carry a referen- ,
another Inspiration, and Starke was fortunate_ have such a possible 1800, the local team mis ment yesterday by A. J. Thomas the back by i stray .32 calibre dum clause providing that the

ker here. sed a free trip to the national prenldent of the' organization.This bullet Monda morning'. whlla question be submitted to the voters

Now Col. Bradford, the young wholesome boys and girls who convention In Kansas City by only outstanding event, which standing aroun a fire wtth other In a special city election to

ul these meetings are not bothered about having to be enter 11 points. Winning team was will be held in the Methodist workers, waiting, for mortar to be held next summer J I

id under "supervised" amusement places but are getting real from the F.FJV. Chapter from recreation building will be at- ?tea be prepared fir the 9 o'clock Pro and con discussion of this I \
tended by business men and their shift of brlcklatera on the Hudson '
Tate In West .
'!ng to become useful citizens and are happy. sincerely do notre whose measure occupied much of the ;
wives, who will be guests of the Pulp Mill construction job about
score was 1442. The ( .
that one of this would utter winning time at, the, Council meeting
> group a profane word, drink a r
Chamber.J. a? nine miles from the company'smain
team will to Kansas
go City .
smoke Tuesday night. Members of the
of beer, or a cigarette.
next October to Judge In the Na- Frank Rushion outstanding gate, near Palatka. city governing board
Nor; does the Tabernacle pass a collection plate but a box: Is lefte tional Livestock Show with all speaker of Jacksonville, will make The bullet was discharge! from themselves as being In expressed favor of I.

door for any free will offering that you want to give. Surely expenses paid.Herefords the pilnclpal address .of the jjeyolvor! In the hands of York ducli a measure because It would '

from Heaven looks down on such a place and blesses it. Last Black Angus, RedPoll evening and another distinguished Howard, an Alabama negro, who make the. head of the police department

t will not be the only time I shall attend these services and last but not least the guest will be Bill Johnson, manager AN was shooting at Eugene_Clayton,j responsible to tho Coun 1
Vow Col. Bradford I trust that you will find room in your col famous Brahmas were Judged by of the Jacksonville Chamber also colored, with whom he had cll."

for this. Not that it is an oratorical masterpiece at all, butit the teams. After the beef cattle of Commerce. A musical pro- I argued.. The bullet accidentally "People are always'coming to'

may reach some one who may know of the isnplratton I re- were Judged the teams were tak- gram has been arranged and door .struck Crawford In the back. Fel-I members of the Council with\ complaints -

nand,I that others' sons and daughters may be encouraged to en to the dairy cattle and were prlzea will ba awarded to the low workers carried him to the about this and that, but I

HI 1 such places. I want to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Quigley; given' a certain time to Judge ladles. a. xrrwI LaWson Hospital in Palatka our hands are tied as matters now

'!fie work they are doing and Their untiring efforts In behalf: Guernseys, Jerseys, and Ayr- All persons who have not replied where he Is given a 50-50 chance stand," one councilman remarked."As .
shires, to the Chamber's Invitation dI for recovery Howard was turned
of Starke. long as the office la elective
hat is ,
young\ people My off to them. over
to the Sheriff's office and
are asked to do so at once as"It I I the Chief of
-From one who has the interest of Starke at heart. Third at Brahma Show lodged In the Putnam County Jail Police can carry out
Is necessary to know how many I!I 'H u1R'r our Instructions or not just as he I
This same team without bond the out
was also highly pending
to plan for President Thomas ploasua. If members of the Coun-
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF successful at the of Crawford's
FVORIUATallahassee Southeastern come Injury. i
stated. Indications are that at cil are going to have to answerquestions I
Brahma Show In
Flo. Ocala on January -
least 150: will be present. as to why this isn'tdone

February 12, 1947 18. They placed third out Chief Petty Officer pr .that isn't done, .. he1.;
Col. Bradford: of 55 teams and won $20.in prize Rites Held SundayFor Snatched from Path should be given some'authority

In your column 01 the Bradford County Telegraph dated Feb- money. They also brought backa I to enforce their Instructions." .
> trophy to hang on the F.F.A. Paul E. Canova Train "' '
s' 7a housewife and. taxpayer sent Of.Speedmg : An of
you a letter relative to the classroom wall. In this contest expression opinion was II

rtmenfs road markings at the Intersection of North Walnut there were teams from 'Florida, State Auditor David Rubinoff famed violinist Quick action by B. S. OveNstreet I asked from.- the 'room full of '
State Road 18 In the city of Starke. Georgia, and Puerto Rico of radio stage and screen spectators, who attended the I
Paul E. Canova 42, member of will be heard In concert here today former special policeman on

I wish to advise meeting and several spoke in
you that I am sending this article to divi- ,
our The Bradford team will go to the local force, in all probability
local family and at 2 and 8:15 In
office with a prominent : p. m. the favor of the present method of P
the request that they thoroughly Investigate this Ocala today to Judge in the RegIstered auditor in the State comptroller Florida Theatre.. Using his famed saved the life of a sailor Tuesday I
electing the chief by vote. .
Hlon and make whatever corrections Hereford Stock The night, at the S.A.L. popular
are necessary to our road Show. department, died 'of a heart attack Stradlvarlua violin, Rubinoff will crossing
king* In the city of Starke. best wishes of the community go H. on Call street.Overstreet "The office will still be In politics -
early Friday February present a program which-wlll\ includes -
I want to assure you that the' with them, 'and It Is hoped that ,whether be la elected by the I'
Department Is doing everything at his home in Starke.A such beloved numbers as grabbed the unnamed -
|ble toward marking 1U intersections so they will return with first place resident "When Is Done' "Souvenir" chief petty officer from the people.. or appointed by the Council -
they can be easily seen, lifelong of this city; Day I one'spokesman said' "It Is ., I
t is possible that this place hay been overlooked,. or the signs award.' he was born April ,8, 1904. 1'01-,'Clalr de Lune", '"Intermexzo' path of the oncoming Passenger six of oneand a half a dozen of
been knocked down. r-B. C. Holtaendorf. Reporter lowing graduation ''from the local ,and "Don't Fence Me In", the lat. Train No.1, southbound and another.1

,. .:.:.... ..d''?,.!;yf'\IIrs.r.ry'.tnt'\ : $.itlil"'l"Wwa.. ,=-.l'+ .t .w ... : high .school ,.baN-ijUt'"rpf*,>)*j 'T'aktenalon''of'th.' : I, I h,
irT Mrs. ifio
i "a YWilliam A.. Kratzert Edna"Dowty'Buried the University of Florida, he wa eta fq,>r both performances !
city in
) 4 a traveling salesman' with his are on sale at the Chamber The serviceman, reported to be northerly and easterly I-
\ \ State Maintenance lEngineer. in Kentucky of Commerce Dahmer's Gift Shop Intoxicated: crashed his '41 Chev- directions, will be a major Issue -
father the late Paul E. Canova \ before ,
and the Florida Theatre box of- rolet into signal light In the brought the Councilin
Pattei-st/n 80 coupe
FLORIDA Mrs. Edna Dowty Rr. Afterwards he operated a
FARM BUREAU |its session of
FEDERATION ea Tuesday, March
fice. center of the Is stated
street It
a resident of this city since 1937 clothing ton here In partnership 4. Aa considered the
Orlando. Florida died Saturday. February' 15, following with his sitter, Mrs. George that the car glanced off to the left the suggested by would Council r 'I
February' 1047 and onto the tracks. When first measure pro
BHS Meet
Illness. Cagers
"Colonel": a lengthy B.' Flynn.' He was appointed vide for a squaring off of the
seen by Overstrcet the sailor was
She was born in Harrodsburg auditor in 1937. city with the
of Section
Lake ButlerIn boundary
for the Interest you are taking In the Bradford : found in the center of the track,
County Kentucky, daughter of the late He was married to the former 28 by extending the limit a
Bureau and for the attempting to flag down the
to that much appreciated favorable reference benjamin N. and Mary Stephens Miss Gladys Spellman of Jacksonville Armory Tuesday train. quarter-mile to the east while additional
bunch of men and women in your column. Patterson. in 28 1929. t
Following marriage on January populated territory would P
Sittln1 in the Shade"' ia so readable that I look forward to 1894 to her late'' husband, Wll- In addition to his wife, he I Is Following the encouraging victories Overstreet literally "snatched"the be Included by extension of approximately
'g It In our serVice of the preceding week boy from In front of the
lam D. Dowty In Lexington,
survived by two daughters' Norma a quarter-mile to the t
ust wanted you to know that you have a growing "public." Kentucky they settled In Mobile, and Emma Jane and his son BHS cagers suffered recurrlrg speeding locomotive. witnesses north. I
setback last Thursday and Monday stated. The train smashed Into I
Sincerely. Alabama living there prior to Paul E. Canova III and by three Action this
yours ; Elimination from the Suwannee and completely wrecked the car, on matter originally i
John residence In Starke. Mrs. B. Flynn and scheduled for
Ford Executive sisters Georee consideration at
Secretary Conference tourney at flinging It up to the right of thee I
-.- Sirs. Dowty was a member of Mrs. Richard G. Kldd, of Starke, Trenton was occasioned when th Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop. this meeting was postponed be- : t
you don't believe the Ralphal-Slmms-Colion chapter and Mrs. John Inglesby, of St. cause some of the
it to property
pays I many tourists who mlsa Route Starke Five lost to Archer In a In ,
our troubles to Colonel Brad-, of the United Daughters of Petersburg. an Investigation by Soa- owners concerned had not been
200 in the down town district and hotly-played content 48 to 44. The'board authorities W d
e n emlay
Just ask the housewIfe' who|\ go on up to the end of WalnutSt. the Confederacy the Virginia Funeral services were held at result was "hard to take" in the morning the"chief petty officer notified In writing I

the letter about the traffic The Road Department man Cavalier chapter of the Daughters 3 p. m. last Sunday ,in the First views of the school's loyal sup full blame for the Further discussion of the city's
accepted accident f
>d I at Tenth and Walnut was kept busy during his two of the American Revolution, Baptist Church with the Rev. L.D porters since the teams were projected recreational development f

'. A few days after' thatof hour Inspection directing bewild- and the Order of the Eastern flames officiating assisted by; evenly matched and given the was a feature of the meet- \
the Telegraph the old ered tourists, many of them In Star, all of Mobile. the Rev. Fred Terkes. Interment breaks Bradford might well have Ing with assurance of assistance
ol received a letter from the I huge trailers that would block She is survived by two daughters was beside his mother the late won and gone further In the Col. Long DischargedAt In planning the layout and facilities 1

Road Department Saying traffic when they stopped to ask Mrs. Cybele Dlshlnger, of Florence Alvarez Canova, In the tournament competition. Camp BealeLt. received from the' City Recreational -

ne matter had,, been called directions. To make matters even acksonvllle, and Mrs. Larkln family lot In Crosby Lake Ceme- Hawthorne's two crack teams Department of Gaines

attention and a representa- more impressive. the congestiongot Weeks, of Starke; by a brother, scored a double win over the Col. T. T. Long of Starke ville. Civic organizations desiring -

"uld..be sent to Investigate. so bad at one point that an Lewis E. Patterson of Mobile, tery.Active pallbearers were A. R. locals Monday, the boys lowing SI former ilattallon Commander and representation on a citizen's

"t Saturday the Road De- old man on a bicycle bumped intoa and a sister, Mra. Mary Ben LaFaye, N. D. Wainwright Jr.' to 20, while the Bradford sextet Regimental Executive Officer of committee in a future conferenceon
cot Campbell of Paducah Kentucky. 34 to 20. the 45th Infantry Regiment 12th the park project are asked to
man arrived on the trailer and spilled into the Glenn Wood Julian Canova, William : was defeated I
''I. It Just so happened that street. The Road Department There are two grandchildren and H. Graham, H. A. Bishop, A twin bill Is scheduled at the Infantry DI I v I .Ion, Philippine notify City Clerk Carl Johns. I

wag I representative was duly Impressed four great grandchildren. Jr., Charley E, Johns and D. A. Armory with Lake Butler next Scouts at Camp O'Donnell, Tar-, Mr.' and Mrs W. II. Nollman

particularly heavy I(l and by now the proper markersare Funeral services were held at Monteith. Tuesday, February 25. The traditional lac arrived in the States Saturday were present at the meeting and t

Id 8Y and he was amazed at probably In place at this busy 3:30: p. m. Monday February 17 Among those attending the Bradford-Union rivals divided and wa separated front the agreed to abide by the clty'a ,

on's situation at the corner I Intersection.- at the chapel of the DeWitt C. funeral from out-of-town were the evening's results In service Monday at Camp Beale building code In every respect In f ,

!'y' Store where there are| I Jones Funeral Home, with the Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long. Mrs their last engagement when the Sacramento, Calif. lie Is ex- the proposed construction of additional '

no markers to guide the .Anybody else got any troubles ? ReV. Fr d Yerkes officiating. Interment -' L. M. Gray, and Mr. and Mrs. oral boys' team won, 44 to 29, petted to arrive at his home here housing units on their

---. was In the family cemetery Jeff Davis, all of Gainesville Mr. and the girls lout 18 to 6. In today. property In Starke. A special '

ow-up Clinic I at Lexington. Kentucky, Wednesday and Mrs. O. N. Canovsi and Bruce any event, Jam-up competition Is Col. Long served a total of six meeting of the, Council will beheld 4
Bible '
Story morning February 19. Canova. Winter Haven Mrs.. W. C. In order when Starke and Lake years In the Infantry Including when detailed plans are) -tf
This Week I Duller whether on court, presented by the Nollmans. laThe 1
picture story of "The Sermon Helmut toller and Mrs. Ida Wick- tangle service In Japan and the Philip-
"'!erculosls on the Mount" was featuredat Funeral Monday line of Hawthorne Lawrence Sim- gridiron or diamond. The games pines. He wears the American I resignation of Night Patrolman -
x-ray clinic was will at 7:30.: American VIc- C. T. Wade received effective ,
begin Theatre Defense
Will 1 lam H.
the office of the the Community Bible :For Mrs. PrescottMrs. mons Baldwin J i i
Bradford tory, Ailattc-Paclflcl" Japanese Feb. 15. The vacancy will '
Health Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Simpson Mrs. W. Henry Chase
ry 17 and Department 18. on In the Methodist Recreation Myrtlce Prescott, 43 wife Mr. and Mrs. Alvin C. Chase Mr. Johns and CampbellBuy Occupation, and Phill pines Liberation I! be continued for 30 days, pending I' t ,
Purpose of
receipt of : '
die Was to re-examine all Building on Walnut Street of R. Lonnie Prescott, died at and Mrs. George Patten Mr. and Park Cafe Site "'

mi cases discovered In themass Little Mlaa Sara Jo Kelley wona their Highland residence last Saturday Mrs. John Drumrnond Mr. and i
III x-ray clinic held silk bookmark as a. reward for I February 15. The couple's Mrs. George Canova. Balnbrldge Announcement WitS made this Offers Rites Held Monday ;, ;: f .

/* January. repeating the beatitudes "by Infant son also died one hour Richardson, Mr. and M''a. Robert week of the Park Restaurant's 20,000 PositionsOver For Miss Manning t I L i .'

te of cases previously family dls- each received a big, red; In addition to her husband, she Bosnian, Mr. and Mrs. W. Johns and Earl Campbell. The 20,000 clerical positions In Funeral services were held for( ,\.4. !1 I

Were brought In for ex- Two, adult visitors. Mrs. F. C.I, Is survived by her parents John I H. Spellman Melvin Spellman, building, on South Walnut la being various government agencies are Miss Marjorie Manning 39 on' l I. 4 I ,

on May and Mrs. Richard W. and Mary Griffin, of High- Mr", Cleveland .Thompson. Mr. readied for iwnedlata occupancy now open in Florida, Alabama, Monday, February 17, at the New :. ,' ,

"'**' of :37 were presenj. land; a son, Mr,hal V. Prescott and JWr L. O. Bale Mr. and Mrs. 1 by Senator John's Insurance Georgia Tennessee and South Hope Baptist Church. Interment 1 .

I In this Individuate were The school meets each Tuo cUnto and It 'I. of Fort Lauderdale Mm service. Commission Wednesday Miss Manning a native of i h .
'd that a at 3:30: o'clock p. m. In the recreation bert B; Orlffls. all of Jacksonville, Mr. and I: announced i
''e have good percentage building and all childrenare and J. F. and Carson Grlffls Searcy Young of Foley SenatorS. The (former' owners, Nick through Its Starke Examining Starke died In Doctor's Hospital I J"

tuberculosis find- welcome at this non-denom- of Highland; and two sisters, D. Clarke, of Montlcello, Mr. tarrianos and Ed Ramos, now Board located in the postrf- New York City, last Wednesday. ,
and Miss Ver- reside, in Jacksonville sal-vrles Feb. 12 following a brief illness.: I '" '
inational class.Recent Mrs. Ella Prescott and Mrs. W. J. Ollvenbaum. of flee here. The beginning I
ty gle Griffls of Highland. ..- Gainesville lion. Emory Price range from 11758 to 12391 per She had resided there for the t J .
Transfers Births She was a member of the Bap- and Mra. Hnldan Morgan. of I. N. R. EnlistmentsOwen year with periodic increases very, past 22 years. The remains were 1\\
brought here for the final '
Funeral service for twelve months. ritea. r I.
: G
-Unced tist Church. Jacksonville Hon. Edwin 4, I
;'' to Senator by E. A. Strout KATHLEEN- ANN DEVLINMr. mother and child were held at Fraser. of Maclenny, Mr. and Mrs. W. McRa. and Morgan W. Persona Interested In one of I Pallbearers were Brownie) Bennett ,. '
Charley E. 17 at both of Starke, last E. W. Hayes. Robert Blan- : .'
and Earl and Mrs. J. C. Devlin of 2 p. m. Monday February W. M. Wainwright of Tallahassee, Stephens, these Civil Service Jobs have until
Campbell from chard. Carl Prevail Claude Row
;taurtanol graveside In the Long Branch and Mr. E. M. Brin*>n. of Max- week!! completed their enlistment "1
> and Ed Ramos Gainesville announce the arrivalof Maxville. with the papers' and became members of February 27 to file an applica and William Johnson I.. I t
IOnvute cemetery ville.Singing. '
Walnut : Park Restaurant''I' a daughter. Kathleen Ann on Rev. M. T Knight Officiating. the VS Inactive Naval Reserve tion. Full information and appllu She Is survived by four brothers, f 't

R' II .treet. Monday Fcb. 17. in the Alachua Pallbearers were Lacy Jforman, ConventionThe The arrangements were made by >.tlon can be obtained free at Cleveland Manning of Jackson- 4

:0111 Fancher. County Hoapltal. Mrs. Devlin Eugene Austin Dopsle Grtffls H. *. Talbert CMM, Navy Recruiter the fIIt>lrk. Ponto'flce. Veterans villa, Lewi and Clarence Manning "

!h"a miles' Kite. will be renembered here as Miss Hughey Austin Lloyd Grlffla and Bradford County Singing who Is on duty In the who can qualify in the examination of Lake Wales, and Smith F, "ri ,
of Orlando.
Stanley W"t of daughter of Alonzo Austin. Convention win next met at the postoffice here each Friday to Manning,
sales. DOU.W'j'Frances Opperman. will get preference under the DeWitt C. Jones was in '
charge ;
It*. from former DeWitt C": Jones was in charge Brooke Baptist Church, at 2 p. dispense Information accept ..
Bernice Opperman.
rna. Brooker Leo P. Mrs. ofpsi.arrangem.nts. m..JrrxtHunday. Vebroary,***,, ", .i,..........a ,for the Navy. -, Veteraa Preference Act of 1944. of the local arrangements.
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i T Big New Store goods departments. Hardware, vice as aerial photographed
THE BRADFORD COufiTY TELEGRAPH sundries, gas and oil are also I Ilold. Italy.'
Pine Formerly
One Woman'sOpinion LevelBy Opened At BrookerThe a resident,
ExtaMlxbrd 1871 Worthington Springs, he
Mr*. II. M. McRae thriving shopping center of T. B. Rahn, partner in the firm ed In Brooker for hoe I
E. I. Matthews .___________ Editor and Owner.. e . . e Brooker has been augmented bya stated this week that all installations His wife Is the former seveia Mis] rei
large new concrete building are being made as rapidly lyne Taylor, of Worthing A
Second Class Matter The Rev. W E. Hall filled his I as possible. The large concrete
and : M .
PttbtMiod Meekly on Fridays which houses the new Rahn & i W. E. Bigham,
at the Tost Office at Starke.I Fiori..*. ROHM regular appointment In the pulpitof BIgham General MerchandiseStore. store building, constructed by I pilot of the European veteran i
By Blllee Pine .
Level Baptist Church theatre,
Contractor R. O. Allen, provides
here last and ceived discharge in the ,
Sunday m o ruing IUIIUJ
This establishment varied approximately 2900 square feet, of 1045.! : ; He \
LONGER brings resides
LIVE Those who read my column last Approximataely per with convenient location In the Broo
attended school services to community, Includ- with his wife, formerly Mlsg
i remember the time our little Sunday Oro
'r 1< "A long life and a happy one." dog year, Rusty, was!! lost. Many of classes Sunday :morning.Mr. ing a soda fountain in additionto central part of town. Guest, of Jacksonville.
That oft-voiced wish is the undoubted ambition of every my friends asked me dally if I and Mrs. Taft Elliott and the grocery :meats, and dry Mr. Rahn, formerly connectedwith -

Y man, woman, and child around the globe.'la' had found him and some went so children of Haines City and Mrs. Robert Starling has acquired the Harrison's Store In Brooker, The TELEGRAPH row earn
received from the AirCorps
discharge stocks
complete of
devise fool-proof far as to Join In the search. It Elliott's mother, Mrs. N. A. Con- India Into p
able to store
So far, no one has been a service station and grocery last December, after ser showcard color 14
"' but scientists was through this column alone ner of Lake Butler, were guests Mr. Jones. I Colors! I'rl
formula guaranteeing anyone a happy life ,that he was returned to iu. of Mr. and Mrs, Owen McRae Sat- recently perated by .. 1 _., ,,_, ._ ." .,,"" .._ .. .__
are constantly striving to give mankind a longer life, urday afternoon. The farmers In this. section are .. .. H" "' ... ,
Well not long after Rusty came '"'" '
whether happy or not. 1 home my mother Bought my little Mr and Mr.. O. R. Alvarez and preparing the land for plantingof
t" Although every aged person attributes hi* longevity to brother a horae-a beautiful whitehorse children of Vanderbilt were dinner the spring crops. WEEK-END SPECIALSSAPP'S
a different, set of factors (oftimea ridiculous) science has named Dolly. John learnedto guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall of

fl yet to devise a surefire formula\ for living to a ripe old age. ride the horse and saddle her M. McRae Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville were guests of her ,, . "
However adding up all the varied viewpoints, 4 person seeking an good as a grown man, for all and Mrs. L. Alvarez of parents, Mr. and Mrs 11. M. Mc- '-
obtain his five Every day he Orlando attended the church services Rae, Thursday of last week. '
I advice on how to increase his life span ,might years..
Earl and Edwin McRae spent
here and din-
would take Dolly out and ride Sunday were STARLING'S
'II this composite set'of hints of varying value: I.her and Rusty would run along ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert the weekend in Jacksonville. Earl
1. Live moderately in all things: work, play, eating, ,beside them. Myrlck. celebrated his twenty-first birthday &
drinking, smoking, and especially worrying. The human Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick anniversary Sunday at the
I Rusty!! grew ,attached to.Dolly
Wpb heart has enough to do without adding to its burden un- and would stand near her trough were recent dinner guests of Mr. home of his mother Mrs. Daisy STORE GROCERY
and Mrs. Paul Faulkner in Starke. Cox, In Jacksonville.
necessarily. and keep
'when she was eating
F r 2. Don't remain bored for too long a tine and try to the chickens from bothering her. --- -" ----"- 600 E. 10th St. ,Last Store E. Call Si
laugh a lot. As one physiologist expressed it: "The bored At night when Dolly was In the DRAKE SIGN SERVICE"Signs

man begins to yawn. This shows that the blood's passage pasture her.he The would night stay of right the hur-beside of All Kinds" N EON Friday & Saturday February 21-22
through the lungs is encumbered. Not a single lazy man -
ricane, while the lightning was SPRAY PAINTING -
ever reached old age. Of all man's functions that affect flashing and the rain pouring 6 Oz. KELLOGGSCorn No. 2 CANOrange
is the healthiest. Laughter AUTOS and REFRIGERATORS '
body and soul together, laughter down we could see Dolly standIng -
l aids digestion, circulation sweating, and has refreshing effect by the sIde of 'the barn and Serving Northeast Florida tf

'!J' on the strength of all organs. old Rusty right beside her. JuiceBlended
|305 N. Church St. Starke, Fla. P. O. Box 421] Flakes
1 3. Don't overeat and don't get overweight. Experiments And then one. day Dolly was ,
h S with rats show that where the diet is concerned rats sold and taken away. Rusty quit ., With
l live much brethren who were allowed to eating. Even the most luscious Grapefruit

4 eat as Despite longgeertthhanltheieir comparative ignorance. of the real, positive able grew bones to so failed walk poor and to that tempt we he thought was him.hardly that He! R. Alvarez & Son 5c each &/c eachOLD

causes of longevity, people are living longer now than ever surely he would die. Finally,
P before. In the Roman Empire, the average life expectancywas around Christmas time he began
23 years. In 1900 in the United States, it was 47. Today eating again, but never did get Transfer & Storage Co. FASHIONED
it Ja almost 65. real fat like he had, been. But Royal Pudding

In this seemingly frenzied and complicated era of in still wewere_ happy that he was
ternational and atom bombs eating. Phone 179 Cheese
tangles, supersonic speeds Then the other day my mother 2
fears have arisen that the quickened pace of modern living brought home a goat. When we Packages
might lead to a mass breakdown. But statistics tell a different her In a old Rusty nearly
put pen
We local and
4 story. x tore it down trying to get in. Moving and 52c Ib. 15cCigarettes
4 Of all the hints for promoting longevity that have been Finally we let him in for a little distance Anywhere in \
advanced, perhaps the hardest for the average person tQ; while. The next morning the the State of Florida. +
carryout will be to refrain from worrying and overeating. goat was gone. We called to .

Almost every member of the human race is' addicted to one Rusty and could hear him and off whenwe In Fast, Careful Moving N. 2 CAN
the distance barking '
t t
or both of these life-shorteners.
went to him, the goat was
''G The good advice advanced by science may be summedup there. We'd never have caughtIt Ia.nL.aw String Beans

briefly in four words: Moderation in all things. without his help. -, 2 Packages

Live moderately and live longer. Then the night that It rained From where I sit. by-Joe Marsh
---,... so hard I heard the goat In the : ,. ]
1 yard and went out to see what 35c 12i/2c
'fA VE WE OVER-RELAXED was the trouble. She had slipped
N its harness, but was right there Where
i The Telegraph is a trifle uncertain in matters of with Rusty. I called to him and Cissy Spent

r astrology: not knowing too much about it, but we're wondering the goat followed so I just left Her 16 Oz. No. 2' 1-2 CANYellow
Y what curious combination of the stars, or what whims them there and figured if the" goat Honeymoon

? i'9'' of eccentric .fate, brings a couple of train wrecks. ,to our left It would Just be, lost. '
particular area within the space of four weeka. *;Both 'were The next mor lnep">both Rusty Most of the r''hug IYw1Jw'eds'ln and except for occasional visits to P or'eans'
r within a few miles of the county line. and the goat were gone. Aftera our town spend their honeymoon the Garden Tavern for a glass of Peaches

j' Like a lot of people, the Telegraph went to view the while here they came together, together.ever at Roundstone Lake or Jackson beer,they stayed at home,getting 3 For
,have stayed
scene in both instances--maintaining an interest in all un They since You can hear the goat Falla; why the Martins even went weed to married bliss.

usual or ,spectacular occurrences.: We wish to report first bleat and you know that Rusty Is .a far as New York City. My Bitssas prefer' traveling' ....
up mighty well when, as in comparatively rare occasions the boys off, then so does the the young Carter boy, they' alwhere I sit". there's no place
b ?' !! a train is derailed. No cars in the Coast Line's "forP goat. Rusty has found a playmate lowed as how they war' going to better for a honeymoon second -
P+ '' ,, r ida Special," as they rested at an angle at Raiford, nor any at last, and I hope this one ,spend]their honeymoon right here IxmejTuoon-than right at home.. We
r of the $eaboard',. '"Orange. Blossom Speciaj,' at a halt minus can stay. There's no place better then with year own possessions good to thank our many friends and I

track near Maxvilla, showed signs of extensive damage. Not Such love and devotion Is de- our town," Cissy aays. "And IM home coold...and a friendly glass
overlooking the fact, however, that it must be mighty roughriding.when serving-even If it Is only a dog's like to start .a"leclllle lit horn.. of beer or two-with the best companion customers for their splendid patronage ]

for one reason or another, a train must sub love. with things Bud and I are need to." In the world. both
stitute cross-ties for smooth steel while it brakes to a stop. 0Incidentally Makes sense,come to think of it. .. at our stores.

These were relatively minor accidents, of course, but any of you ladies Folks naturally left them alone; c90e I
Joe S. and L. Starling
, we are also aware of the tragic plane crashes, train wrecks, who want to lose weight should Volley
and auto smashups that have occurred this winter. It is hint buy a goat and run It down Copyrr8At,1947.UnileJ States Brewers, Foundation
n every day or so. Why buy a dog
curious, too, that in the late and unlamented war days when and have to exercise It when you
travel by train and air reached huge proportions accidents
i can get a goat, and have It ex-
were reportedly of less number than during the peaceful ercise you?'
44 present. '

Now, the Telegraph 'is not inclined to deduce morals
from paradoxes. But we do feel that, with the close of the ,

r war tension, some people of our good land have relaxed more rc '
than is good for us, and that with greater care and greater t

application of common sense, there'll be fewer tragedies, less ,. I SWLARiM '
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. a Mrs. Tyson District Worker of last week to .
make their homo for and Mrs. B. Lewis
Sunday. office In the County Courthouse In IN 'l1t't'.T ntriiT. \nfonn IN: ('...('I'IT rncnt. nnioronn
High Springs met with the :Eap the next few months in Cadsilen Those who were visiting Mrs. Bradford. County. Fl"rldn, within COI'\ri.' PI.OIIIIIII IN, (IIAN." fOINI'Y.': FLOI..U'1' 'IIAM-- I
Hampt.onB1 tlst Women's Missionary Union at Ala., whore Mr. eight calendar months from the CKUV.Oeorire ('KHV.treno .
Pope is employed. Maggie Norman l last Sunday were date. of the first publication here
W Reedy, .
the Church. Plaintiff va. "Fllley' Plnlntlff, Olenn
M. c. tJweeney Recent guests of the Rev. Wil 1 Mrs. :Maude: Proctor, Miss Margaret of. Said the claims or demands to contain I ICvelvn Irene Heedy, Defendant. Lee Fill,,)', Defendant. Cane No.
I\IJ'IOI. . .. bert Hall and family Norman of Gainesville legal addreHa of the claimant Cave No. 5405.CR:1lcrt 6414. I
MAXWKLL-RAIIW1CK InrluJed E. and and to b* sworn to and prenented I
art aforesaid, baiMtrrcil. OF PITHV.1CATIOV: ORDER OF PITBtlCATIOM M MANU
D. Allen Miss Juanita or came will
and Proctor
Friends of W. H. Maxwell wIll family of PaUtka: of St. Sea Hvtlon 120( of the 1933 AND, NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTlClfl; TO APPKAH8TATW
UVAL I.V PROGRESS be Mr. and Mrs W. E. Allen and Petersburg, and Robert Normanof Probate Act. STATH'" OF FIORIPA to: Evelyn : OF FLORIDA tot: Olenn
services now in Interested to learn of his marriage Mr and Mrs N, J. Thomas and Jacksonville Date Feb; 14. A. D. 1947.Frederick Irene Reedy whose residence. and Lee Fllley: whoa;': ranldenr and ad'dress
revival IM unknown.You I
he to Mrs. Florrle B. Bat wick W, KOHP address la: HunierTlllv, Muxmicluix -
a at the First Christianfrd. of Jacksonville, family of Tallahassee, and Mr. Miss Mannie Shaw of Jacksonville A. Hxecutor of the Last'Ill and are required to appear on I '
began on Saturday, and Mrs. Clyde T. Hall and was in Starkn Friday on Tentament "rIarl" You are required, to appear on Mann 17, 1U47 In the above I'
of Hoe et0attracting February 15.: Best wishes are sons K. Hull, 1>....0"....,. Man I II I. 11)47 In the above named court and cause, wherein. r
of Jacksonville.Mrs. business. .
a a S McCahlll, named Court and plaintiff seeks divorce Itradforii :
extended to the I cruse, wherein '
and great Ins couple. Ann R. Guy U spendingsome Attorney for l'Kncutor, plaintiff. aeeka divorce. Bradford County Teleprraph shall publish this J
? attendance I:* cmcriT rorwT. BRADFORD 840 Inirraham 11111 loll nil. County Telegraph Halt nnl.lUh this Order In next four weekly iaauea.
B- Miller the evange SURPRISE PARTY time In Lake City as the (I'N'rV.' FLOHlltAl IN CHAN.CKIIV. ; :Miami Florida 2-14 4t 8-T Order In next four weekly Inauo. witness my hand and .offlcln' I I
s' Speak nightly brings .intug Mr. and Mrs. Owen Simmonswere guest of her daughter and son-in- Daniel:: < Wltnom my hand and official neat at Htark.e. < Florida this .'.b.
with fewer and hosts at their law Mr. ana: Mrs. Wallace I.1 MoClellan MaCltllian\ Plaintiff nefenilant.: ; va.Ada : N OTIOt<: seal I at tilarku, Florida. thin February iiu.rv It, 197.OFFICIAL I
messages home Monday Jop- Virginia Motive la hereby given to all I 0, 1911.OFFi'tAl ( EAt,) A. J. Thomae i

ere conviction. The meeting night, Feb. 10. to a surprise lin.Mr. face No. H403.ORDER OF. PimLtCATlON whom It may concern that 1 have ( BEAM A. J. Thon,.... Hy Aa Clerk Itiinllle of C.said.Conner court, D. C.'' ,
my Final Report ae Admlnlatratrlxof .
continue through another party honoring Miss Harvena Wat and Mrs. Woodrow Hicks AND NOTICE- ) TO APPEAR the lOHtateof Robert T. odd. de. II.Aa O.Clerk uf said Court" J. 8. Ma.rrlMon LAW filxuha-nse lN41..
under his leadership. terson on the occasion of her spent the past weekend In Perry STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ada ceased. and will make application. Ally for llrown.Plf. Slarktf, Flit.-U 4t 3-7 Jat-kaonvllle, Kla,
I e Virginia" MoClellan, wholes real- for Final. Discharge to D. K Penyniiin Atty. for Plf. 1.14 4t I.T
MEETING seventeenth birthday anniversary Miss Gladys Hicks had as her dene !II 11-A Spencer Place, County Judge of Pradford I -
'lIST DISTRICT The guest Friday of last week Miss Brooklyn New York.You County' .Florida on March llth, iv riHci'vr' coi'Rr. HHAitPoiiiiC IN: nuri'iT rniniT., nntnvonu
rooms were .
attractively are appear on COI'NTY.' KI.OUIUAI IN: CHAN.KI
\DU. VII, FI.01ILI IN Cl1ANcklty.
District Meeting UW.dlntonan.TJ
VhB Baptist decorated with red hearts and Muriel Reley of Theressa. March 10. ; the above Oeornella Dodd l Norris, -1 <" < Y.
I Sunday school officers and arrows Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Kllaml court and cause, wherein Ad nt lust ralrix. Frank If. Feddon." Plaintiff v... Man Nell 00001....In. Plaintiff v..
carrying out the Valentine plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 2-7 4t S-JS KaOierlne F. F-ildiin, Dufenilnnt.I' I..IN1(. Roberta Ooodwln Defeil-
hers met rs Wednesday motif. Games were played and have moved to Keystone Heightsto County Telegraph ehall publish this. e.... No. 6412.OROIJR Uunt. Caae No. 0.1H9
Feb. 12.reh the Baptist make their home. Order In next tour weekly lanueaWltneea ;;;;:' I ORDER OF PUBLICATION
i t;, prizes presented to Paul and my hand and official iv (1111'1'1' 1'. nntitvoniiCOI PUnLICATION: ANU NOTICE TO APP18ARHTATR
O. B. Evans of Gained Frances M Mlse ''Watterson Mr. and Mrs. G. P Wadsworth.Sr. seal at Ktnrke, Floilda, this February I %T1'. Kl.OIIIOti IN' IIIAV.: STATIO AM NOTICE TO APPEAR I OF FLORIDA to: Lola
t'hfl assoclatlonal Sunday ng. 8, 1947.OFFICIAL 4'Kll V.Rctty .. .OF FLORIDA to: Kath M. Roberta Uondwln whoaa attdrentfand
entertained .
dinnerguests .rln.1'
as Sunday
Feddmi. whimo reildonceIH r I
and .
Mae McCMure .
opened displayed the many ( SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas 1'lulntlff. va..Inhn residence are unknown.You
01 worker, was here on this lovely gifts. Many'euests the Rev. and Mrs. M. B Aa Clerk oC said. ....u..t. .1 P. MtClure/ /I/ rfeada nt. Case \ : ?,1 Sixth: .Street, North }oa.tV".btnaloll are required to appear en
made 1) C,
I Miller and the Rev Fred Dodd Hy Lucille I C. Connor r> O.9arl No H41ROHHER. !March 8..4., 1947. !In the above
on. the party a doubly surprising one << < K. Dniiitlaa, Uainc.vllla, Fla OF PUMLirATtOM/ You are required' to appear on named Court and, "..II.e. wherelrtpluJntlff
Thursday of last week Mrs., I for and sons, of MlcllaJces. The Atty. for Pit. 4t S-aa ANn NOTK-P1\ ] TO APHBAll March 17 1047 In the abovenamed .....k. divorce. Bradford
they the
brought to
I gifts host BTATM] tl Fl4>llintu; John court nnd o"uee. wlieielnplalutlft (County Telegraph .hall publish this
Iiultree. Youth Director andARPEITER'S ess also whose birthday anniversary -i WaUawortihs were supper guests lor: riiiri'ir COIIHT. nn\i).Koni> P. McClnre( whone riHl<1cnco and I : : : seeks divorce. Bradford Order In next weekly laeue I I
'of their son and daughter-in-law, ("1)1'Ii' 'r. Fl.UIIIIIAl IN 4 ...AN.rl' ldreHN\ In: R6I4 Ilaiupilen t.aiic. County Telegraph shall' publish' this i Wltnee* my fh'nu01: and: official! seal I
occurred few
a days prevl ;" Y. Uetheiida Mnryliind. Order In next four weekly' luauee at 8turke': Florida, this 80th of
Mr. and Mrs. G.
ously. P. WadjwortaJr. Walter J. Pronjok. Plnlntlff v.. You aie" rfiulrtMl to appear on Witness' my hand and official January 1947.oFMICIAL 1,
., in Waldo Thursday night of Mary Pranjek, P..t..ndant.. CBBU. No. March 17, D47.. In I the above I seal) at tliarliu: Florida, this February ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa
Sandwiches, coffee cake and ; B3II7. named Court and cause wherein II, 1847OFFICIAL Aa Clerk of said Court. I
Coca-Colas last week. ORDER OF PFHLirT1ON plaintiff seeks divorce. Tlradfnrd ( SEAL> A. J. Thomas. By Lucille C. Conner D. C, ,
were served tho Mrs. Lynn Hall and daughter! AND NOTICB TO APPEAR County Telegraph shall puhllnli this I A. fleck of said Court. John .1. llenderann, R"i|. ,I
guests, who were Mr.t and Mrs I FLORIDA: 9lai'Proeleknwhous Older, In next four weekly tanneVltuean *. :Kach: II. PouwUH, U..ln\'III.I Fin Ht. AuviiHllne. Florida iAtty. J
K. B. Watterson Mr. LucIle, of Dasher, Ga., were vslt- residence and ad. \ niy haul And official i't! )'. for fir. 11-14 4t 3-1 for Plf. 1-31 4t a-ll i'' r
and Mrs. .
ling here Sunday dress IH unknown.You neal. at Mtarkp, Florldn, this Fellruiirv .
M. L. Watterson, Mr. and Mrs. :2, 1917.OFFICIL .
I are required to appear on
E Archie G. ISlIand Mr. and Mrs. Miss!' Martha Home was a'guestof Starch. 10.1947, In the above ( NEAT: ) A. J. Thomas !.
Miss Idell Landrum in Starke named Court and cause, wherein A. Clofh of said. Court J
Paul Meng Mrs. T. E. Simmons plaintiff eevka dlwnrne." TlrndfordCounty 1 1.1' Lucille C. "nnn"r, P. C.
Francis Meng Frederick Walter Wednesday ot last week and attended Telegraph shall publish tbl.Ol'tI..r 1.11'1111111&! ,I Jonas Ki-ntt & llotta, flare ; p #4V E YOU iED '
: ) the RHS Banrl party I in In next tour weekly Issues, nett National lank llullcllnic Jackaunvllln I
son and Le Roy Norman Jr. the Wltnexa hand Florida. )
my and officialaval
latter of Starke. the StarkeVornan's Club Building at gtarke. Florida this Feb. Attya for IMf. 2... 4t 3-'? .side IC
Miss Home la a member of ruarv 4. 1947.OFFICIAL ,. TL N ,
the Band. ( SKAU) A, J. Thomas IN: nnri'ir ctiiiitT, untnrniin r,
MISS POPH HONORED A. Clerk of said Pnurt. '' t'
( <>! "N'I'V. KK>liII A| IN UIIANKIIV. :> .
Honoring Miss Wessie Miss June Johnson of Jacksonville By Lucille C. Conrtr D C.T. (' .
Pope has been several frank f.andrutn, atarke, Fla. TI..lht..rk".. 1'imli Plaintiff. va.Walter .
who left Wednesday of last weekto upending! Atty. for Pit. 2-7 4t 2-2S Haven l'Ullh, Defendant I
reside in Gadtxlen, Ala., with days here with her parents, Me, case. No. 5417.OH1 .
IV' THE IO\TV:: IXJK.'X (01'11'1'
Jl >ER OF Pinn.ir'ATTON
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson. IX' "''\11) FOR BII l>FOm, ) "'Ol\- AND NOTICE TO APP1SAHBTATW I ,
Tidwell were hosts at their home :Mrs. Hester Hall has returnedto 'II. FI.OIIIIIA. IN FIIOHlin, OF FI.OHIOA In: \\ nltorHH.VHH
III He! Estate of Hiigrh whose rexUlenue In:
I PRESCRIPTION here Tuesday of last week at a her home here following a Mnrlit K. Hull clear Lake, Iowa. I Whatkitthotmokeethem
: lovely farewell Horn visit last week In Waldo with rel 1''e""I'. You are required, to appear rnMarch Uf ? Extrd O
: -
PHARMACIST party. em NOTICE TO CRRDITOUS!' 17. 11)47. In the above I a .. so good 099 ptilt
brances were presented Miss Pope, atives. Tn All CrvtltturH and All FVrMonnrlavlnir named Court and causes' wherein I Special br.win2.-Gcn. ; ?
as she was a popular member ot Miss Hazel Phillips of Therewsa Claims. or iJonmmU Against. plaintiff Rank divorce. Bradford' iwrarf4JL l nine Old time grolnhnpf (,Ili
Null' l'>tate: County Telegraph shall publish this 4"R*
['hone 61 STARKEn.l1ze.lJIinlt the teen-age group here. Refreshments was a recent visitor here.Brooker. You and each. of you are herehv Order In next four. weekly lest.,. and malt i lighf poidon f p tfr5y > < ,ti :
notified and required to present Witness my hand, and official r color} Try them -e
ServiceI were served buffet 4 . e . .. any claims and demands which you, soul. at Htatke, FliirlOil, this Fub- ond"-hot t '
style to the twenty-five guests nr. either of you' may have aaalnxt! rllll"V2, 1947.OFFICIAL 1r4\ >o ..dy'PA'eF
who were present.Mr. the estate of Maria K. Hull, de- ( tlmA I.) A. J, Thomas, N I Ii
conned In I a o( Bradford ('..lint)'. I Ae Clerk of said, Court 4 N4
Florida, to the Hon. M. K ivrry- Hy Lucille C. Conner, 11 C. X',4V'Vjfcr' (o,*.. kMi
and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreauxhad man, County Judge' of llrailfoidCounty I inn Kellv. Jr., I'Vrniiiullnii' Fin.'Ally >> )n'4fffM* M4J & I
as weekend By Mrs. T. W. Markcy and file the same In nla; ,...r'I'lt. :I." 4t 8-T .
I guests K. C. i
1\G' Lamb of Jacksonville and Mr. a S . a e f

and Mrs. Joe Lorenza and Miss ln5l'FLr.EO'CS SHOWER I IY r
Bessie Lamoreaux of Tampa. Mrs. Zedra Hamilton Mm. Ce- :

'\ Visitors at the home of Mr. and phus Harrcll, Mrs. Earl Green and '

A.. ;' Mrs. S. N. Hess at Hampton Mrs. Guy: Harrell entertained In i

hl/IVSTART Lake were Mr. and Mrs. J. Hanks the home of the latter Saturday ''I

and family of Melrose and Mr. afternoon from 2:30: until 4:30:

I and Mrs. G. Clemens of Lake o'clock with '!t lovely mHcelline-
Geneva. ous shower honoring I/In. M. D. I

kOLLIXG TO HEALTH Mr: and Mrs. Albert G. Pope; Harrell. '\ I t

BY BOWLINGUR and family left Wednesday of Lovely baskets of glilloll wro t

arranged In the living room where '" II' l .. I, '

p0 GRNV1(3"FRESII the guests were received-pf' Mrs, ....", of. -. .......1 ...._. .. ,. 1 r .. .. ,r rs ': t I' I'"' I
( :.
\ ALLEYAREi100TH 1. !
Mel Vickey] who also kept the f' ,

\ AS "GLASSSTARKE bride's book. I. i' .

Games were played under the ::> '
direction of Miss':' Joyce Atkinsonand s vlA i ,

prizes were won by Mrs. Fred /
I -
May and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. i

The bride received many lovely

gifts among which were pieced of .. .' .

Wng Alley her chosen patterns of silver and i" ;

china. About sixty guest enJoyed t

DAILY AT- this delightful party with r

hple Ave. Starke, Fla. LAPPE BAKERY the bride and hostesses and refreshments ,. i "
I were served. .I
\ .. i i. i
Mr. and Mrs Royce Galney and .
two children and Mr. and Mrs. I I'

Southern Lumber Company L. A. Mintz and two children of '

10th St. =,... Two Blocks East of Depot Jacksonville, were weekend Cb"" ,

guests here of Mr. and Mrs, L. 1 I
Starke Fla.
R. Galney.Mr. I :

ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER and Mr' J. ,L. Lewis and .
Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilkinson of >' '
Mill Starke Mr. _net Mrs. Herchell ,...., ICt .. t
Logs Purchased at the I
Layfield and children I at Gainesville \ I

or Stumpage ,Bought ) and Mr and ).trl''!. Jack :

i S Simmons!Monteocha\ Mills. and Madeline Mrs.and were Noon son dinner Greer, Matt Lanarr gucstn'ofMr. of,BuroHy.Jacksonville of. :;.tr I116S'I. IlIA LEA; III RACE COURSE 1: :t' ,. ': ,, ; i 1 ;I

Complete Service spent the weekend herewith ., '... 'I I
: I
her parents Mr. and PRESENTS
it's going to be Dave Green. r. 't, I IC1P
Looks like "" '., I1-
a''' long time, yet beforemany' Mr. and M\, "a. Earl Geliman and "_.S *5'' '. I ,

of us get that new little son Tommy of Jacksonville! : ; .>. I ,
; we've been waiting for. were weekend, guests of Mr. and .. I :> ,
car l
Mrs. T. W. Markey. Jlrs. Geil- yfcv ),
Therefore It's more Important C1P
and son remained for a ... .
mann '. \
Certified than ever Jo let us longer visit and returned home ,0..' I

keep your old car In A-1 Wednesday.Edd : ," ;
: .
Lubrication L. '
condition. Gairey of Plant City w u : .. ,
here over the wekend visiting his r

Washing, Polishing Waxing brothers! H. T. and I* 1':. Galnev. ,*.: '. Saturday March 1st ;" t, 'r.i' '.\a I;
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Cadet Perry Galnf'3ot/ West '
[Point N. Y., Mrs Pearl and Mrs. ." .ii I \ I
bottle Rauleroon, and Miss Eva .. : '

L. B. Alvarez'Service StationTemple Pay Gainey, of Pahokee, and Mrs. :' 1 ; '

Ruby Brannen of RalforJ! w recalled A .classic; of racing, this (famous handicap Post Time, First Race, 2 p. m. Daily Double r;;.:;' "!

Ave., at ,Call St. : here this week duo to the : .

critical: Vlneus" of their father. It. JJfar tkree-year-olds at one mile and clotoa 1:45: p. m. GranJitanJ$1.50 I'") H i i
rrff f m j- -** r F. Galney. : : 'r f:.r ra

Mrs. &:. J. Lewis and son !Malcolm <

REASONABLE and Jean and Edward Enrftcott : furlong for a $50,000 aJJeJ pur e. Clubhouse: $3.00. No minors admitted. !"di ;' i I

In Oalnesril'e Monday
t were % .1 ,

charges attended with the finest of afternoon. 41t :' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harwll were .'\1'. "
Sincere the friendshIp t,,' '!t. ,
Serving bring to us !lr. Starke ,m business TiiesJay.Rising .
of the. great communities which I.: f \

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Little Eugene Jones, sort ot Mr. "", I, ,.' \
Funeral Director "
and Mrs. Thurman Jones of near .! : ./ '. :
STARKE PHONE tOur Theressa. celebrated hU third k '!;.,r::1li "' -:'. "." .

local funeral home enables us to "" Jrthday anniversary Sunday witha tiT I
dinner Those "who were .
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offer conveniences services. not big e i'' '.
and present, were Mr. and Mr*. Gordon / ,. t
otherwise available: Jones and daughter,' Ca ]yn.fand .ga S. i M 1

fttroleh priceM lr. and Mrs. Edward Normannd : : I .1''
the the lowest >>
highest type service at ; '
R ANT life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT com son Herbert.Mr. i ;

f III paYment In part > In full on a funeraL, Consultation' and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas 1 4 lJ;;

1 110 obHgatJon. and family of Brooker were visiting it.. :

Mrs. Thomas' parents Mr. ,' !
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Ernestine Morris Matthews' Home Baptist Brotherhood guests. Valentine favors and guson, served sandwiches
bubble gum were distributed to chocolate Ice ;cream, and '
Becomes Bride Scene of Coffee Guests at SupperCircle each. to about 35: young peopu 'ookl*

Of S. G. Denmark Saturday MorningAn One of the Baptist W.M.S. bara gave her guests favors Bar 01.!,i.,

Miss Deligne Weds I BHS Band PartyIs was hostess at a supper party Mlsa Barbara Simmons cele- bubble gum and much rUr sul I
Miss Ernestine Louise Morris, arrangement of miniature brated her twelfth birthday anniversary had seeing who could blov !

t ,John Crews at Enjoyable EventClever daughter of Mr, and Mrs. E. C. hearts on silver spikes against a Thursday members night of the of last week Brotherhood when- with a party for her largest bubble. Zaclt CranC: > <<

State Farm SundayJohn use of the Valentine Morris of Pompano and Ever background of sliver leaves, cen- held their Baptist regular monthly friends and members of the Methodist won the prize.

motif furnished a colorful settingfor glades, and S. Q. Denmark son tered the lace-covered refresh- I n t ermedlate Fellowship .. .. ,, .
Crews and Georgette DC- the annual party of the BHS of Mra. P. S. Denmark and the ment table at the coffee given meeting.The in the Group of which she is a member .. _. '0 .... '
was given _
llgne plighted their troth' in a Band which was held In the late Mr. Denmark of Starke, were Saturday morning from 11 until church annex supper which was decorated at the home..of her parents Mr. Have

lovely candle-light ceremony In Woman's Club Building Thursday married on Sunday, February 9, 1 o'clock by Mrs. I. N. Breazeale, in the Valentine motif. The and Mrs. J. C. Simmons, Monday

the State Farm Community night of last week. at 4 o'clock In the afternoon In Miss Madge Mlddleton and Mrs long table was covered with a night. your portrait
Fulldlng Sunday afternoon February the Methodist Church in Pompano E. L. Matthews at the home of Upon arrival, each guest guessed -
f Encircling the dance floor were white linen cloth and was cen- madein
i ? Pt 16 at five o'clock. Against The Rev. A. W. Myers, the latter on Church and Eighth the number of beans In a Jar
a background of palms and ferns table, arranged cabaret style pastor of the church performedthe Streets. tered with an artistic arrange- and Jerry Jones came the closestto the familiar
each bearing a red candle In ment of valentines on silver
cv 1 an Improvised altar was marked ring ceremony in the pres- Pouring coffee from silver services the correct number. Several
white holder, and placed a leaves. Red burning tapers were
by floor baskets of pink gladioli upon ence of numerous friends and rel- placed at either end of the enjoyable games were played surroundings
it heart-shaped centerpiece. The placed at Intervals on the table.
interspersed with tall, man y- atives. table were Mrs. W. E. MlddletonMr both indoors and outdoors. of your own home
center of interest on the stage Further carrying; out the chosen
ET. K. Perryman Mrs. W. J. Miss Carol White, Fellowship
The church was artistically dec-
tif branched candelabra. Just priorto was a huge/ Valentine, flanked by motif were Valentino. favors at
orated with arrangements of Church well, Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Counselor, presented gifts to the
entrance of the bridal each place.Fourteen.
the cupids. pastel gladioli against a lovely and Mrs. Edward Burns. .<.. following members whose birth .
party Mrs. Lex Oreen of Starke Dancing was enjoyed throughoutthe background of native greenery. I Assisting the hostesses in en- members were presentto days are in February: Paula 'McLaurln -

played as piano' selections sweet evening and a highlight of the Numerous lighted 'white tapers in tertaining the guests were Mrs.O. enjoy this event. Barbara Simmons and T.. H.
entertainment program were several -; L. Beasley.* Mrs. J. W. Kin- Mildred McAnally. The members Osborne
P nuptial music and Miss OarnitaHutto I graduated standards cast a soft
: piano novelty numbers by glow over the lovely setting. The cald, Mrs. H. C. Rltch, Mrs. T. T. Birthday Parties joined In singing, "Happy Birth.
also of Starke "Be- WRITE
sang !
A. W. Bates, band Instructor. family pews were marked with Long Mrs. K. O. Duncan, Mrs. Center of Interest day", and Barbara opened the BOX 423
F4 cause".. For the processional and Miss Juno Caldwell also playedtwo OR CALL
clusters of white gladioli tied L. D. Vinlng. Mrs. W. B. Sewell, many nice and useful gifts received AT
recessional Mrs. Green used the numbers Baddy Faxon presi- with white satin ribbon. Mrs. M. F Brown, and Mrs. Nat For Young People t from friend! HOOVER BROS. STUDIO

traditional wedding marches. dent of the band organization Prior to the ceremony a pro- Norfleet of Madison. Mrs. Simmons, assisted by Mrs.
Theda Ruth Braden celebratedher
mad a brief speech of welcome. Calling, during the appointed Nelson Green and Mrs. V. R. Fen
The Rev. L. A. Shepherd the gram nuptial music was sung eleventh birthday anniversarywith
t officiating clergyman read the Refreshments of Coca-Colas and by Miss Lois Nell Hyde of Fom- hours were about eighty guests. delightful
t a party Sunday -
vows for the impressive double Individual rakes were served to pany ,a college mate of the bride, afternoon from 2 until S o'clockat

ring ,ceremony. The bride was tho DO guestt. and during the ceremony Clair Recent Bride HonoredAt the home of her mother 'Mrs. : A 11! lie Sun. Mon. Tues.

given In marriage by A. P. Mooreof The clever decorations were the do Lune (Debussy) was softly Lovely Shower W. A. Patton. in North Starke. S .

Miami, unrle of the bridegroom. work of band member Pat Mc- played. The traditional wedding After an enjoyable round of TARKE .FL-:.' Feb.. 23 24.25

Her only attendant was Mrs. Qrlff. marches were used. Mrs. Paul Faulkner and Miss games and contests refreshments

' Jf Joseph Bradham of Gainesville Shower The bride was given in mar- Myrtle Thomas were hostesses; of hot choco'ate! and cake were

tic Calvin Williams of Starke was Surprise riage by her grandfather, B. Y. Saturday afternoon at the homeof I served in the dining room wherea
! 1 w best man and Emory Townsend Saxon of Hampton, and had asher the latter on Clark Street ata I color scheme of pink and white
and<< Hugh Rahn of Raiford were For Mrs. J. C. SappMrs. matron of honor Mrs.. J. E. mlscellaneo'us shower honoring was carried out. MM. Patton wag o

ushers J. C. Sapp was the hon- Allen of Felda. Mra. J. C. Vining, Jr., a recent. assisted In serving by Theda : Y
:d The bride chose for her wed oree at a surprise shower given V. J. Wall of Pompano cousin bride. Yellow daffodils were us- Ruth's teacher, Mrs W. B. Sew- b

ding attire a white wool suit Saturday evening Feb. 28, by of the bride served as best man ed In decorating,,the rooms where ell. 3"
with patent accessories. Her for___ -Mi__. Denmark, the guests were ,entertained..
Mrs. J. D. Odom Mrs. Felix Sapp, U Enjoying tne afternoon with
!4 head-dress of white Irish lace and and Mrs. Lem. Brown., The bride chose for her weddinga Mrs: Vlning received Pa.numberof the young honoree: vere Martha $

linen was unique and most be which blue crepe dress featuring a lovely gifts and the hostesses Landrum, Pauline Gay, Robert
The event was In the
coming. In her hair she wore a took chiffon embroidered yoke with presented her with a pair of crys- Manning Jimmy Davis. Ann
nature of -house warming,
gardenia while her shoulder cor cap sleeves. Her accessories were tal candlesticks.
which and Johns, Slayne Douglas, Raymond
place at the home Mr.
sage was of orchids. Mrs. Brad- white, and her corsage was of After a pleasant social hour Eula Mae
have moved Stefanelll Akridge,
Mr recently
ham wore a grey suit with black i Sapp white carnations and tube roses. refreshments of Coca-Colas open- Lucile McRae Nancy White
into near Starke,
accessories and her corsago was Her only ornament was a single faced sandwiches, and cookies Elissa Stefanelll and Sharon
of pink rosebuds. The grooms After an enjoyable hour spent strand of pearls a gift of the were served by Mrs. Faulkner and Chadwell.

men had white carnation boutonnlerea. playing bingo the hostesses serv- bridegroom. Miss Thomas.

Mrs. O. K. Crews motherof ed refreshments of punch and Mrs. Allen; matron of honor, Wayne Sapp, flve:year-old son

the bridegroom was gowned in cake to Mr. and Mrs., Sapp and was gowned In a pale pink, softly ThomasSparksThe of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp, was
black fuahta tailored dress with which
blue with and accessories crepe
following guests: Mrs. Jack Freeman the honor guest at a party given ?
and her was of she wore black accessories. Her Reverend and Mrs. S. E. ,
corsage Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Thursday, Feb. 12, by his mother '' m
fushla sweet peas.Immediately Mrs. Tommy Mersereau, Mrs. P.' corsage wag of deep pink rose- Sparks of Starke announce the .at their home from 4:30: until 6 INGRID BERGMAN

following the wed D. Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy .buds... marriage of their daughter, Se- o'clock. i. AtmO NlitilCOCk'shle
ding Mr. and Mrs O. E. Crews Norman, :Mr. and. Mrs. J. C. Vin- The bride was graduated from letta Edna to Delma Leslie The Valentine motif was carried

were hosts at'a reception at their Ing Mr and Mrs. Jake Sapp, Everglades High School and attended -, Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. out In the decorations and afteran La erious:
taste- the Florida State Collegefor :Thomas of Starke, on July 17, ,
home. gladioli were of
Mr. and Mra. J. E. Brown Mrs. enjoyable period games refreshments < & witsCtAUDf
fully placed In decorating the Women in Tallahassee, where 1946, in Brunswick, Ga.
Minnie Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. of cream and cake V RAINS
she majored in home economics Both Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
rooms used. The lace covered Lem Brown Mrs. J. R. Kelly and are were served to the following
dining room table was ,centered Mr. Denmark Is a graduate of graduates of Bradford County
t daughter Kathryn and Howard guests i
ALSO This Is
America and News
with a beautifully decorated, Brown. Bradford High School and attended High School. Mra. Thomas is now Sue, Charles, and Philip Odom, :
three-tiered cake. In the dining the University of Florida in attending Stetson University at Sue Chastain, Joyce and Barbara
room cake and punch were served Gainesville At present he Is Deland--while Mr],Thomas is serv- Jean Conner Vincent, Johnny Thurs., Feb. 27 ON OUR STAGE

by Mrs. Jack Morris of Starke Pan Cake SupperAt manager of the Denmark Fur- ing ,In the United States Army Mac, and Carolyn Kelly, Linda 3 SHOWS ,- 4:30 7:30-9:30-
and by Mrs. W. H. Williams to Service CenterAn niture Company in Starke. and Is stationed at Baltimore Norman, Robert and Kathryn
the friends and relatives calling Immediately Hpwlnji.thQ> ceremony Md. >
a ,dN Kelly, Edward and Marvin Brown [F ) T'4 Y
to offer congratulations.The Informal "pan cake supper", Mr. and Mrs j penmark left Gerald Norman Rudolph and Joe "

bride's book was presided an annual event of St. Mark's for a brief weddIng'' trjp. Theyare Ladies Auxiliary Sapp Bobby Sapp, Miss Marie .

over by Miss Virginia Engram. Episcopal Church was held Tues- now at home to friends at Sapp Mrs. Eldon Hardy Mrs. J.
day evening at 8 o'clock In the their residence In Starke. The Ladies Auxiliary/ of the R. Mrs. J. D. "Odom Jr.
During the tea Mr. and Mr! Kelly Cousin Wilbur 1T
i Church Service Center. Presbyterian Church will meet Mrs. Gilbert Brown, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Watson of Tuesday night at'8 o'clock at the
unknown Thirty guests gathered around E. Brown Mrs. H, B. Kelly,
the table which bore a Troy, III,. enroute to Miami home of Mrs. Robert Kite. :Mrs .t
wedding journey. T-shaped Mrs. Jake Sapp, Mrs Carlton
I centerpiece of colorful fruits and were guests Tuesday and Wed- C. F Ward will, have charge of 2hastaln, Mrs.' Leroy Norman. b
vegetables, flanked with candel- nesday of Mr. and Mr. II.-L. the program and Mrs. JeanetteC. AND HIS

dq ,Baby Chicks abra holding burning yellow Brownlee. Young will conduct the quiz. Mrs. Merrill Struth entertained

Snahlt.4. .Brall.r. (tilth, |OA I I.ls de tapers.In Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 12, in
.MM.. .. ..,.M.I..nil. Pot.... ....... a brlof business ,session a honor of the eighth birthday anniversary TENNESSEEMOUNTAINEERS
M'.. A.I..MINL..N..( ... .?...
: ... .. Youth Committee with ;Mrs. Edward of her son, Roddy.
ii. ... Ake. ._ I... .....1p .
r./. ..... "'.''.*. Mril d ....... AMwr Burns as chairman, was ap- Twelve of Roddy's young friends a
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SINe- NO MONir ft*MUNOIIIBmm pointed. Other members are: gathered for an enjoyable period '-
lwwd.H.rdH k,w ... n d Ibww Mrs Frank Hoover Mrs. O. L. at games and contests. Sandra
...'.'. ... ...< "t Miaril.., N.frow
b ;;0.......t.,...4 c o n, i. .. k Beaslcy. Mrs J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. Johns and Edward Akrldge won
1 "'" .I'' .h.' '' iXwSw!
m ":i.il? .., H. ...... ........II. M/ H. C. Brown. Miss Ann Wilt, Mla prizes in a heart-pinning contest.
Marian Brown and Vat McOriff. \\VI1 todity'M!" the day when school assemblies and the sale of Mrs. Struth was assisted by

C RFD POULTRY# FARMS It was announced that refresh- Starke plays host to that distinguished student tickets Mona Canova Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Miss "RENDEZVOUS 24"
, 3 Phone 28643 ,
Columbia ments will be. served to the young virtuoso-David Rubin- Is graciously lending her studio Kate Struth in serving refreshments and
r people at the Center following the off and his$100,000 Stradivarius grand,'wniCfn should leave nothingto of hot chocolate, cookies,
1 WIIIU FOI'' CQM.tITJtnac.I&IU, Rublnoff concert Friday: night. (violin, to you) .Included In be desired in
1It the party to arrive here early this accompaniment. '. Bill Mundy
morning are Rublnoff's attractive has proved to be a super sales

young (Texas born) 'wife. their man and Is leading the Rotary

three-year-old son, and M,.... R's Club In the advance sale of Wherever you go .
forColds mother i At 10 o'clock Rubln tickets Jeannette Klncald is
TrySTOC off will delight the students In a arranging flowerrf for tha stage, .
O special assembly at BHS and from and other loca! ladles are lending You'll take pride in your

what I hear he has a program their services! as ushers oOL_ __..-... ......... -......_ .... "-- '"""'

that really wows the young folks Among the out-pf-towu music

After luncheon will come the lovers who will"nrpke a mecca to ..
2 o'clock matinee/ at the Florida Call Street for the big event tonight
theatre : will ba Colonel and Mrs.
and then late in the after-
In liquid form EASY TO TAKE noon the gracious Rubinoff will Reginald Kelly, of Melrose our "

call briefly at the home of Mr. old friend of Camp Blanding

Gives QUICK RELIEFFor and Mrs T. J. Griffin who will days .' .. Altogether it looks like' .

be celebrating their golden wed another red, letter evening fpr k International

Headache, Fever and Aching ding anniversary ? Call/) Street ,.": ,

Then for supper there will be Pleased to -have a note this :, ; Sterling

35c per Bottle the famous hamburgers a la Rub week from aa ex-Callstreeter of

inoff prepared by the old maestro long ago-Lenthall! Wyman one
,.. .. .., himself at the home of his time head of the .U. S. Forestry

friends, Hans and Margaret: office here He's now with the Come in and seetheexquisilely
e'' STOP THAT COUGH Walker on Church Street Division of Forestry at North I

The super-hamburger meat wld Carolina State in Raleigh .
With DeWitt's CREOSANT be a gift from CaU treet'a own Hear the J. H. RJtches (Jax'vllle: } designed, flawlessly finished .

Newell Odom, who has promisedto will live year ''round In their homeon

Pleasant to Take GIVES QUICK RELIEF give Rublnoff the finest ham- Kingsley Lake after Mr.

burger In the country t This Rltch'a retirement,, which is soon International Sterling Patterns.!

50c per Bottler should make up somewhat for the Forming a congenial partyof
faux pas that was pulled In a Callstreeters at the Patrice -
nearby city where ham was inad- Munsell concert In Jacksonville '.

vertently served at a banquet forth Thursday night of last week were eJJiarnond3
Penslar DIA-BISMA Will Give You artist .. According to a Clara Ma Knight, Ethel Biggs t

prompt relief from Acid Indigestion story going the rounds he wn'ted' Thelma Dinkins. Margaret Dun-
until the meal was over and then can, Ethel Sewell Verna Demo-
i Heart Burn, Sour Stomach and Gas Jokingly expressed his thanks for rest, and Ona Demorest Hear UU I cite

F the banquet of "bread and water".. they were quit charmed witht14e ". a 6 "i- Jewel r u
SOc per Jar The more I hear about those Munsell beauty voice and

C hamburgers the hungrier I vet dare presence Oarnita and
"Tls nail that Rubinoff gratesa O. P. Hutto Sharon and Shells! -
large onion: and mixes It. the I Hall Carolyn Kinney and Harold ;
meat and cracker meal together Johnson were among those swinging f WATCH REPAIRING
LET US FIT YOU WITH A TRUSS with Ice water then broils the and swaying to Sammy Kaye's J

hamburgers In a medium oven music in Jacksonville Friday night .
The Ice water is said to make .
'em fluffy through a process of -

Koch popping Well so long for sow See
Drug Store you at the concert tonight .

,; Everyone han cooperated wonderfully In case you're a putter-offer, GEM JEWELRY
to make the Rublnoff tickets are still on malt at the C
Phone 53 concert a brilliant event Ted of C, Dahmer's Gift Shop and the
.4 Osborne has dashed hither and Florida box office t 109 EAST CALL ST.STARKE, FLA.- PIIONE 170

yon over the county, arranging Carolyn..


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FEBRUARY 21, 1947 a .
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IBrrs of LOCAL NEWS Red Cross Chapter Still Answering Calls Vets to Buy SurplusOn 'I nlversary. a soil-testing project which-.I will r

From Many Service Men And Their FamiliesThe Plan The home was attractively decorated determine location of various I
: with cut flower, and cen- types of minerals. It Is stated 1

::1 Mr. and! Mrs. Jack Zimmerman families of men now In the'I two servicemen's dependnnts. A After'! March 1st tered on the dining table was a that with completion of the aun-

M:[1 are moving today "to Coral service either in the occupation!'I weekly transportation service Is lovely birthday cake holding live vey, the data will be disclosed In Ia I
VGabtes:; Fla. Since November forces After :March 1 veterans of burning: candles. During I
overseas or at bases in the i provided for wlvea and childrenof a Bt'B-I publication by the Department j
I they have resided here with Mrs. U. S., not infrequently present soldiers and sailors to the clinicat World War II In Florida have on lion of games prizes were won of Interior .

Zimmerman's brother Albert financial and other problems I the Jacksonville Air Base' Hos ly to show their discharge papersIn by Lynda Kay Sale and Billy Robert V. Spencer of Tusca I I

J Kruse. which are met with abiding efficiency pital. order to buy surplus property Dampier. loosa, Ala., la here as project '

For wedding portraits see T. II. by the American Red Cross. In most emergency grants to especially set aside for their personal Refreshments' of birthday cake engineer. W..t. Rice of Wood- r

Osborne. Seed on page 4. These and many other functionsfor families or aid in the event of use Joe Oaborn regional and Ice cream were served to stock Ala., and Needham. Y. Lea. I

Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Orr and the next year will be supported delayed allowance the money Is I: director for War Assets Admin Richard Kldd Nancy Dupre of Eufala Ala., are in charge of 1
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Gardner .01 stratlon, announced this week.
by donations received .
during drilling.The
spent locally among the city's Madge Ann Matthews. Lu Green 1
North ,
Branch Mich., will be the,
it will
campaign for fund, merchants. However still be necessary -
week"nd guests of Mr. Sandra Crews Berge Sea ring rigs are currently operating
and Mrs. beginning March 3. for veterans to obtain 1
Turning to the global nature of cer. the Bland '
on Camp Ing r enervation
I Tom and Dave Long Diana Smith
John Uglow and: Mrs. C. F. Ward. In Bradford, the Red Cross" the Red Cross work among the tlflcates to purchase surplus for Barbara and near Highway 18. between .
Bates lie
Sunday afternoon the Vglowa during 1046 gave assist use in their own small business
monetary Armed Forces Mra. Morae point. Blandlng and Starke.
Slade. Nell
Jo Ann
\ Mrs. Ward and their guests will ance to families of servicemen, or ed out that more'than 2,000,000men or agricultural enterprise, he Humble Robert Kldd Bob and I Samples of soil are brought from
visit Mro. H. L.
McUDwell the
Jacksonville.Mrs. In soldiers themselves in the and women are till In uni added. Butch Smith Dick Smith Tom ,, a depth of 50. feet or loss It Is i:
amount of $4800 according to form. Many are on occupationalor The new policy Is In line with Smith Shi Ann Smith, Alice Clayton explained with the drills operat-

E. E. Canova returned Friday Mrs W. R. Morse the localchapter's garrison duty In distant countries Administrator Robert M. Little Carol McCroy Marsha Bennett ing In selected localities approximately .

after spending a week In capable secretary. This and lonely outposts To all John's desire to make hard-to-get Randy Johns Jimmy Malone 100 feet apart. The

Jacksonville with her! son-in-law Is considerably leas than half of of them the Red Cross servicesare surplus) more easily available toO Billy Dampier, Franklin Sim- 'I samples are shipped by expressto .

and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.,; O. L. the organization's activity along continuing-In camps In over veterans frew regional lists will mons. Dorothy Masters, Perman the Bureau of Mines labora-

Patten. She was accompanied< these lines Mrs. Morse said, seas clubs in hospitals. In addition be prepared and revised every 30 Roberta Bill Green Lynda Kay: tory In Tuscaloosa and tested by

home by Mr. and Mrs. Patten and since a great part of Its day-to to services In behalf of vet- days, It was said. These lists wilt Sale and Mary Agnes mineralogists.The .

son, George who spent the week-I day work is concerned with the erans and their families, the Red not contain the same Items catalogued IIt"tth"WIJ'1 project began a year ago r I

end -here.--- -. needs of veterans. Cross will spend an estimated on national rosters it was Bureau of Mines
In Alabama Drilling In Florida'"
Como and 1>., fitted for your Referring to assistance provided $2 ,OOO.000 for men at home and emphasized. ,
spring and summer Splrella gar. members of the peacetime forces abroad during the next fiscal Regional net-aside lists will In- Tests for Minerals | wax Initiated In the Macclennyunction :

; ments. Girdles, one-piece garments and their families, Mrs. Morse released year. This does not include the chide Items suitable for veterans In This Area taut. September Probable i

| corsets, brassieres, belts, data for January 194 r, as additional cost of the vast Home which cannot be bought easily on date for completion of the work I

maternity garment...*. Frank Indicative of an average month's Service program conducted by I I the regular market. Any Item Portable drilling rigs of the was not announced' but It Is believed -' 1

[ Hoover, your Splrella Coneticre. activity. During this time the chapters throughout the countryfor 'placed on a aet-asldu list' must be IT. S. Bureau of Mines have moved that tests will bo made over

Starke. tf chapter met the requirements of veterans and their families. unused or usable without roqulr Into thin section continuing'most of the state.

: Misses Jean Davis, 71 cases where men are now in Emphasis Is also placed by the Ing repairs. This will eliminate : I
I Mitchell service, and $456 In financial Its recreational: --- __ ; ,
Swanbom and Lucille attended gave Red Cross on pro automotive equipment most qf

I I the James Melton concertIn aid. Functions Included the grams. Nearly 300 clubs and other which has seen hard usage Os

I Jacksonville last Friday. handling of inquiries or rendering recreational facilities are staffed born said.Eddie BEFORE .1 I It'N

I Mr. and :Mrs. Woodfln Halle Information for 18, cooperation In by trained Red Cross workers a-

I and daughter, Linda Sue and claims for government benefits broad. Trained recreation work. Hartmann. t t. .

[ Sandra of Orlando were weekend far 12, consultation and guidance ers are also stationed In Army 'r

guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. GHalle. for 28, financial assistance for and Navy hospitals where they Has Birthday PartyMrs.

Sunday they were Joined basic maintenance or special recurring conduct medically approved pro- 'tour{
by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Helms needs of 13 and transportation grams for convalescents. Red :! Eddie Hartmann entertain. buy t

: and two son of Jacksonville. to a hospital for five. A Cross field directors in militaryand ed a large group of young peopleat 1 '
noteworthy service Is that of naval establishments were recently her home on North Temple
Mrs. I.. I). Vlnln? spent Wed- emergency maternity and infant authorized to provide recreation Avenue Tuesday afternoon from

\ nesdny and Thursday in Dublin care. In January there were activities In addition to 3:30: until 5 o'clock honoring her Let Us Tell You how You ''I I
Ga., with friends. such special .services as providing! ] carrying on their welfare and young son Eddie. Jr.. on the occasion i
Save Time
Mrs. Nat Nf-rfleet and 'daughter. lodging for one and bedding for other duties.Executive. of his fifth birthday an Can Money Inconvenience .

| flay( returned Tuesday to their On Financing and Insurance
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liomn In Madison after for the Second Battalion 121th
spending a
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell had
few days here with Mr, and Mrs. Officer Infantry.
as their guests Tuesday night Mr. I I t
E. L. Matthews.' First Sergeant Norbert Szym- :
Guard Branch of
and Mrs John P. Walker of Col- Assigned to
Golden gifts for golden wed- lerville, Tenn., who are vacationIng zack regular army soldier on
[ J
I ding anniversaries. Also. wedding !lit Florida. Assignment of Lieutenant Harold full-time duty as company's in

Kilts for brldra-to-be. The Bride's F. Milton of Lake City to stmctor Invited all men Interestecl INSURANCEH.
: Gowns and bod $5 at
jackets) .
in enlistment here to call
SOS: W. Madison. S 2-21
Shoppe local National Guard unit
Leila's! Dress Shop.! It the
Mr. and Mrs. T J. Griffin had 1 at the Guard offices In the
I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling left was announced this week. Lieu- Armory. All Information regarding -
na guestt Sunday afternoon Dr.
Wednesday for Winter Haven tenant Milton has been named requirements pay and train
and MrH. C. C. Mtndoza and Ron, C. WALL AGENCY I
Cliff Mrs. Robert E. Green R. where they will attend the Orange executive officer.with Bradford's Ing will be provided between the 1

I B. Mendoza Mr and Mrs. J. H Festival. company with active administrative hours of 8:30: and 11:30: a. moo J

\ Rltch ard Mcultrle Griffin all of W. L. Wall I la spending a few functions as Headquarters I Viand 1 to 4:30: p. m. dally. Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

days In St. Augustine with his J t
Jacksonville, and Hugh Griffin of ..
Waldo.: son and, daughter-in-law Col. and I "gaoI ,,

Mr. and Mrs. Vt'r.. Saxon of Mrs. Harold C. Wall. r I !

\ Oakland Park returned to their S. D. Phillips of Miami Wall I

home there this week followingan here the first of the week visiting I 1

extended visit here with her Mrs. Phillips and children. CONSULT H. I1 HOWlCl.t., rlplrllll.ullnt IH'HAT.IB' flood while slipped! 'I'

nice, Mrs. Mary Lane. j ,Gowns. and bed jacket. ." $3 atLeillb's -Sun. Mon. Feb. 23 24 end ,County Medium llennmm.nod Hauler I tell Hint you, shucked.. linear fluid fiiii corn noil A,1.1'10 rail rent rlhhan I olilHum \
Friends of Jlr. and Mrs. E. R Dress Shop"; It ant hoiiH forth at Cooke Blornlout I and main< mIRed, AI.HO c.rtltl. lIMi ''I
fll! al ,,lulanit ruppvrakln" .w*.0t |>oInto I I
will be interested to learn ) MilO ,
Smyth Mrs. P. S. Denmark of Starke HKpcl, geed ylvlilnr and kopT. \ -
Robbins't that they have recently moved and Mra. J. E. Thomas of Crescent "CROSS 1Y HEART"Hetty I AL.
from Ohio to St. Augustine Mrs LIST! YOUR FA KM. CITY; AND kind. Hon 11,, 5'. Kilward: nt. 3.box 1
City attended the Denmark-
ana !Kturko.> tCIIOUHW
Smyth is the former Mla Mar- Morris wedding In Pompano'last Sonny i.
garet Pearce. (:.. '! ) FOIL \LI1-P'urnl.hn.l! or '
week. -' -t .
I IInC"rnl..I.. Mix room, well lo-
New spring dresses. Carol King Joe Sistrunk has returned from Tues. Wed. Thurs. Feb. 25 26 27 ,'I'HIixl Kim hunt. ruaannabU. Writ. r
Juniors 87.0 to 911.05 at Leila's New Orleans ,where he enjoyed the Jj. S ROUTSeSyfA'I'W:: 1'. U. llox Tilt Htark. Flu.. tf r ,

Dress Shop. It flri-ntMf i........1..1'' nf MIYIItry -
Mardi Gras as the guest' of Mr. GALLANT BESS"Marshall MM mmlnjHUO nwrr PIIOPr-.IITY Pen ""f..1'oio. 1
Mrs. W. W. and children fTovrtt-r. '
Page and Mrs. J. S. Cassis, former resi- .Hlr. of ll,m..- K..rmArrriM ._ (I2H mom farm with four .rom
Martin and of house, 13 arras aid bearing
Billy Merrllyn .. from nil aver the pane
dents of Starke. ; Tobias ; nnyor .
Thompson Jcorge trre M within 1000 feet of paveilhlirhwny.
Lake City were weekend guestsof Kr corn "' .
her mother Mrs., W. 11. Struth. Irvin Johns 90 broth of Jeff Clem lievins Hens" E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY Hturk: Prim.On Iasoe.ol:mil i from Pepot In r I

Johns of Starkand Mrs Ada 1..111Iy fir. N. a). WalnnrUkt, Jr.. ,
and :Miss Kate Struth. ItppreHcnt llr. lirI'Non.
New Spring dresses, Carol King Newsom of Lawtey died Sunday I! Fri. i Sat. Feb. 28 March 1 F. ('. IIOLLINGSMOKTII: lit I "t..... I ,
at his home In Jacksonville. Fun-1 i
i Junior. 97.08 "to $14.05 at Leila's 116 So. Walnut St. .
ral services were held Tuesday DOUBLE FEATURE roil SAI.IO--HtnrK building Bl.dUnxnr I
Dress Shop. Itp llliimllnir Onto It AL.HOItom
afternoon In Jacksonville. I "ROLL ON TEXAS MOON"With UI,: relied with .h."k '
Guests this week of Mr. and MATTrtKHSKS!' of nil kind. r i>4vatoilj rock.. Make beat offer. ALSO
and of I
Mr Mrs. Ben Howes
Mrs. Guy Andrews are her father furniture iipholituria and iHrtrlo. Aninrlann meat HAW unit I''
I Mendon Mich., are guests of Mr. !Hoy Rogers rollnl..h..d. Drop n. a card.. walk-In cooler (xfl, votxl cnmlltlon. .
W. D. Sanders ant* her brother llA.Srl.MHfl MATTUEH8 CO., 1'". J. A. llrooki, I'hnn m
George Sanders, both of Wyth- and Mrs. Eddie Hartmann.See and ."STRANGE HOLIDAY"With 230 Palatka, VI... t( 1lrn t"oYit Hprlnvii. Fli. :# I
the new Planet Junior Gar-
vllle Va.Mrs. bolt ""'." Hl. house
Claude Rains room three
Ion tractor at Bradford Hard INHintANCK-i-I writ.. nil lln.ni: flrniitoinubllo .. ;:
blanks from Pont Office
C. F. Miller and daughter and UfaHMO Hrnrko.
: liability
ware. 2t Harrl(1iuano( dash N. I.t. Wttln-
( \ Mrs. Vera Smith, of Orangeburg, U.rna WYlnwrl5ht fur ;your Imturaneii Jr.? 181 nftmlHN. SeatCull : wrlKhf, Jr., riion* 11I4. tfDON'T I J
-- -- --
f S. C., were guests Friday of Mrs. I' --.- travt. I'honn 164. tf ,
FOK'IKT nutomoblU
Miller's brother and sister-in-law auo.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. SPECIALS SPECIALS SPECIALS FOR I'IAT.IiI-3-b./'oon.' not... 8W tlon: tvry>vlll.il.1M.W.c1n..1.1. Marltetliuy m. Hiilalny
and cor. S. IIIIY St., Htark. Kxcalliintonmlltl'in or .. iI .
M. E. grandson. -
Mrs. Dowllng ooouplod lijr owner un-
Robert Gallager of Rich I tecenlly. Attractive, aunven. pAnr ('HICKS-Oat New prio

; :: mond. Va., are guests sister-in-law this week Innerspring MATTRESSES & Coil] SpringsThis U,i I'nt J :.iK-vlln.lot. tel.For HIM Information 4 yprunii, Galneevlile writ i tfIIOKKI3 l.lxt WIIIt.M nnif, gnve rilK'KH Monity., 1(11( N.WOnTlI-North

of her brother and or U38J. Avenue, Ilaltlmur. I, M4. 4tp a-HS
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave.Mr. .
and Mrs A. W. Redgrave Combination CCO OH These Are Stocked In .. old., work. p"y"'h..r", alto FOIL mal HAI.IIlIox..J..II"and female, 'rhnro..puppUn hbr.4.,
Wednesday from a visit rlilott. liuaraolad J. V. rMwunlx: H.. Mr.. fl. .. .
returned |'D 7 lU W A. M nt, Dr., Hod.tmnt ,
in Warrenton with their nephew Means Restful Slumber t > ,.* plain and Fancy Ticks Mr., Uruukcr. 4'P 2-JS It....... }|p J-il I

and nice Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I. SOU. 8AUK-Uattory raln"il KUYKIIH .
JuPkH'invllls market prluoi WILL WIIKPK IHTILDINOH
f - -- at
Hancock. MOHAIR / In loti nf Vt or rnar. You com flandlnir, any aloe!! or amount,
; and Set thrm. S ml. north olWnl.lo fall toitn, Wra. king Co., phono J
Room Suits nt poultry. fAr", alp I-U aKiionvllU 1-6737. or com I.> j I 1
Sate n. Illnndlnrt. 4to 11
T f.nHT-A Wnlkrr hound whlto with
s .black, mid whit upotc, ....Iar....
ror=1fSiT 219.50 about 15 pound "(i. (. I'erry" FOR SALE
"riKravd on solar T.our K. 7
Blue) Wine Rust vli-lnlty/ Camp Hlandlnir.: $10 UKWAHI i
!' l >. He..1. J. I'leraon. gate H Mangle, Water heater ,
MUSCULARBACKACHE First Received -'= r Camp: Itlrtnillnir. lip Hinder Console hewing' Marh ; i

Fill HAkr:-- Since The War It.trlll.r.I..r. 601V*.t ilu
I ** *** -.. no lllunk.., flll w.., ttf. lot shuns I I Iharpln. ,
yore HAI.K-Caul circulating/ hatr, .. t.
Beautiful MCflllnt i'ondltloii, rttaNoriatilttiHrm I
Mr*. II J. Win I /* a I., '.1. I
'R ELI FF Occasional z Klnij.l.y Villa... lip Hat. Sun... ..b. :n: 23 t

Rockers "'(tlt HAL.K.Modern horn on '::;;*- II. II. MUTT KAItM:
till Lnk, All convenient', t,>..* 1 mile rant i>f llrixihrrI i
Carl Johns, city: ".11. IILI..T'I'hun..Y. ,
Rub on NEURA'BALM 9.95 I'. Vein. Owner' I
brown buy Santa I
This with alplxtr rontalnlnif/ .> or IV .
1. PENETRATING ki-/. il.a.* return to n.w.[iai-r ron HAL61--6-rm. home plus hallway .1 Ix '
mediation nlirmUM Week Only orilr.. *. Itn* t pnrith*, __ aioauiol |.MU>. .... 6 arroa >on>l 'land. IX mt .
__ rrdrht. YEAHH WITHOUT A from L'nlv.rnKy of Via. fonvcnlonily -
.. I ; ItOACIII! llnUK. heavily lnf..td (orated' on paved ro.... j I '
2. STIMULATING thlrty-ftv yearn Aftr Main Klortrlclty, telephone' .".11."... I,
.ctloa fin u0crulakso Solid Mahogany vcrythlri .I.!,;, triad ONKpic Now vacant lo., 14500.
I 1 k.ia NOW IN STOCK *-. of KOACJIMAMTKK: No Wrltn ho. 411: :.e rk. tin 1 .
comfonmil W. roach** .Inc.* Jiry, odorl nnnMulxonuu If'
... IV mil MAIM a-a., I i : ,
n blip br. liP Abolutly $ ; for r farm with bout, '
r UM coo..rn-. Room Suits Linoleum klt..h.n. geed only 11. or mony- ''o..t..1to. ml. N. ol HI. ". on '
Dining }Mirrors Hugs order to KOACIIMAUTBK I*. O. highway ZOO 't'lP".It" Cook'. '
+ H... 304 Camden N. J lip MI..... tUO ca.h. Write Mra. Hull ', I\ .
i I Pictures Automatic: Irons li.ll. Ht. I, hoe >4, 1'10. i
l .. f.cf"KINO) ( KOH THAT HII..VKR: UN. .1.arh. yia. Up -.7KOH I
(MOT You'll find It for ours t
: $695Come Radios Record Players with lb. U. H. Army At no ... VI.JtSITUIUI .AI.fi-.u._
MBNEURA'BALM. pen**, yeah. vet th* flnt mii- hold furnltur, by lot OP pier. '
Iral and dental rare, excellent .He. Mr., M. fUaurhamp at whit i .
In And See iuartr, eporta, recreation andtravel nun** oppolt Nit. Owl ':al..
npportunltl*. You'll{ gt lip ,
} This Beautiful Display new higher pay rate. (plus' 30%"
for ov.r.ea. .trvlcl.1 l earn a if T UR rtfx>r" NKKDH TEIITINCI I
nf..I..aa m u... Wb.a" yu want ,.., and profelon and *av* whll ;you writ K. H I.abnratnrUi, ".mp- .. t
w.Irom tdkf lean e.eralR.oabalminac' I earn net full detail at your Ion Via .'r_* ..tlmatn./ materialuarantm
sod rub n.are.t Army "..,rulll_ flratlon *! for II yra. Bony P.y- I t
arbp paw .
..I.... Maur 0501 Hillbl IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT' 13* ".toltl.,. Bulldlnv Ualn- ment plun. B. H. Laboratory. i
bSrI..P. to A. ,1t4 .III.. ,..1... Hampton, fla' )tepree.ntatlw. .
pd.$ Mnoad mu.bing. Nnnthwe.tern. *.. a
and l.lS bocdd. r".nl.u" < tf -
H. Denmark Furniture Co. :
John roil HALR f..n. metal I jd ,tl'
GIVES Fllr'SD--.1..n. Ib. whit "
baby (crib mahogany flnlah aide a Waned : ; 1
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PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA. good mallrseeihi. I "
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Mr.. C. eon thl* tf
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I Bradford To Benefit From State's Special Betty Hutton StarsIn Hillbilly Show Pillsbury Offers residence on West Madison Street.I STATE AND OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO App t-)-( 1\11

To H. M. White from Glenn Greve whose reHljeIj ,"/. .!I e
School Examination, Immunization Program "Cross My Heart"At Coming To Park Free Gift TowelsAt Wood, residence on Lafayette California: 308& Palm Street, 4t *.,'

examination of Brad. amlnatlon. A Florida Sunday With Double FeatureRICO Local GrocersThere's Street. You ar required! to -
Physical i complete physical March 10, 1 4T, |",, """? ,
ford school children will Among recorded deeds: To B. named Court and '
examination will be and In t-iuu vAn'fy4fr
{ given "CroBS My Heart," the new vehIcle Radio's great mystery a special !gift reserved B. Rowland from Vincent Farrara, plaintiff seeks divorce, '
here March 3rd. A ('
begin grant l i addition to thIs it Is planned to for the blonde comedienne melodrama, "Notorious," frequet- for free of charge, at your County Telegraph shall Pill: ?'
i of $70,000 from the Children's make urine examinations all you Lot 1, parts of Iota 2, 3, 4 of Order In next four weehh' I ..I'.1"Wltneiu ,
i Bureau has enabled the State on Betty Hutton, opens the week' ly listed as among the ten best grocer's right now and it's a Block 1, Dowling Addition to my hand arid 'u!'.,
' children. Hemoglobin determIna- program at the Florida Theatre films of recent months, will be valuable gift. Starke; price Indicated byv docu- seal at tarke., Florida' ""c<
Board of Health to on a rr,
carry f I9f1.
tions, also, will be made on all rUllry
special school health examination I Sunday, followed on Tuesday by brought to Starke audiences next The gift is a brightcoloredkitchen mentary stamps, $71100. (OFFICIAL ts.1J'ou:; A, I
cases of suspected anemia. Par- the unusual and engrossing "Gal week at the Park Theatre, Sun- with As clone "nu
an appealing To
R. L. from
and Immunization Clough Roy Mat.
pro gram Uy Lucille C.
ents will be advised of the find- lant Bess." a drama of a boy' day through Tuesday, February ,, Conner J1
1 William
throughout many of the countiesin I design just the. sort of thing thews Including east half of D. Morgan. 1"Jfll., ?.
Florida. With this special: Ings and cases showing defects I devotion to an almost human 23-23.: The offering represents a that you have been unable to get southwest quarter of northwest Clark Ally for'u-k"PIt. un"lIIe, pl. '
will be referred to the family horse. combination of the finest in cinema 3.7 ft'1,,
these past few It has
fund about 23 young doctors have year quarter of section seven, township -
been employed under the clinical' physician or Crippled Children'sClinic Co-starring with Mia Hutton in talent, co-starring Cary, many uses, both for utility and seven south, 'range 22 east,

supervision of Dr. Grace Hardy, for correction.The the Paramount comedy is the Grant and Ingrid Bergman, with,I decoration, and it'a going to bea excepting designated portions. GET THE

pediatrician. first physician will work In popular Sonny Tufts, who contributes direction by a master of suspense, colorful welcome addition to Price indicated: $8000. 'w'a.-,
the county from March 1 through Alfred Hitchcock. y SPEEDY SIRE
a major portion of merriment your kitchen.
Bradford County has been fortunate i To II. B. .Kelly from Raiford
h in being one of the coun- March 17th and at this .time efforts -; to a film that Is proving one Claude Rains and Louis Cal- Read the Pillsbury Mill advertisement Brown: East half of south half RELEFfogAC1DNPGESTION

ties selected for this program and will be made to examine of the most hilarious of the winter' hem head the strong supportingcast in this Issue, then go of southeast quarter of Section
we have been advised that a doc- those schools closing in March aeason. In this timely story of American to your grocer's and buy a :25-. 10, township six south, range 21 c /
and In April. The second physi- efforts to break post-war pound sack (or larger) of the
tor will be available for this pur- The bright'new comedy Is filled east. Price indicated: : $1500.
pose for a working period of :29. cian will return to this countyIn with many laugh-provoking Rituationi schemes by a group of enemy new, Improved Pillabury'a Beat i
days April and at that time examinethe played to the hilt by the fugitives in South America. Miss Enriched Flour. The towel will be We have letter and legal size 1

I, Time will not be sufficient to remaining schools. It la hop- competent cast, relating the story Bergman, who is often regarded yours for the asking. papers to suit your needs: onionskin 1 1Carpenter's

examine all school children and ed that a great deal of benefit of a girl to whom lying come as Hollywood's leading actress is Remember though, the supply bond, rag content, second I

Fs the Health Nurse and tho teach will be obtained from thIs special very easily, and a man to whom cast as an American agent teamed ,.Is limited and .the offer' ia good sheets, etc. The TELKOHAPII.
examination with Grant in espionage work only as long as the supply laata.
ers will carry out a preliminary program. any kind of dishonesty Is anathema. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD

1 screening test prior to the ex- e e e . e e Of course, they are In love. among -fascists In Brazil. Ostensibly Get your towel now! COUNTY. FLOUIUAl CHANCKKY. Drug Star
sympathizer, Miss Berg- I
Although "Cross My Heart" is Theodore K. Greve, Plaintiff, v..
Bethel primarily a comedy Betty has a man la admitted Into the inner Realty Transfers Maureen Grave Defendant. Ca.uaNo.
circle, and plays her part so well B400.
JUST RECEIVED chance to sing several new songs ORDER OB" PUBLICATION
I that of the wanta to Announced by E. A. Strout
Dy Mr. K. W. Allen by Johnny Burke and James Van'' one group
her to the consternation To Richard J. LaBIne, of
A Carload Of . Huenen. The film is ably directedby marry /2))
e e e e e John Berry. of Grant, who'Is In love with her. Toledo, Ohio, from W. A. Ed- ,

High tension prevails :when Miss warda and Francis Wilkinson,
Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Harris "Gallant Bess", showing Tues
Full-O-Pep Stock Bergman betrays herself to the residence and farm South and
and family of Green Cove Springswere day through Thursday, stars fRfS"fISHAt
and her husband decidesto Westmoreland Streets
visiting friends and relativesin Marshall Thompson, George To- enemy
Feeds poison her. Grant's work helps Announced by N. D. Walnwrlght
this community Sunday bias, Clem Bevans and "Besa.
form the notable climax of "No- Jr.: to C. O. Barksdale, Jr., from'Orady
t% laky Neal Fltzwater of Brownton, Tho universal appeal of a talented
torious." Ridgeway, of Atlanta, Ga.; All TimesSea
W. Va., arrived Thursday for a animal actor, In a richly dramatlo DRY
story, assures this MOM release The film carries unanimous recommendation _
visit with the D. D. Woodard
Red Bass
family.Mr. top priority as one of theyears' of leading Holly- Tailor-Made CLEANING,
hit Realistic tale of a wood and Broadway theatre cri- Pompano Sheep Head
and Mrs. Ray Bell and Mr tics. .. SEAT COVERSAll AT ITS BEST Mullet Croakers
boy's great love for a horse, set
and Mrs Ernest Allen were Sunday
against a background of the war Stage Show Life of Large Shrimp
guests of Mrs. Ethel Bell and The Your
Mrs. Ven For ythe. In the South Pacific and a hard Both stage and double-feature t 0Florida

fighting group of Seabees, "Gal screen entertainment are on the Clothes, Depends & BaltimoreOYSTERS
Guests of and D.
e ej Mr. Mrs D.
1 lant Bess" ranks among the Park bill for Thursday, February
The Care
Woodard They
Sunday included Mrs. on
screen's all-time productions with 27. Hillbilly comedian "Cousin
Millie Hlgglnbotham of St. Augustine -
animals motivating the human Wilbur,' for five years with the Receive
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gllsson O
"Grand Ole Opry" brings his Ten-
and and Mr. and Mrs J.
family Fresh
Dressed & Drawn
nessee Mountaineers to both mat- All Garments Carefully

M. Allen and family. Change In Sugar inee and night performances. Excellent Hand Finished Fryers & liens

film fare la provided In the Work Guaranteed
Stamps ExplainedSpare two features, the suspenseful MagnoliaFish
L3)FR Ration Stamp No. S3, "Rendezvous 24" and the gay

j ft J good for five pounds of sugar, "I'll Tell the World," popular COVER CO. 11HEC(EANER

will expire on March 31 Instead comedy release. G.\"'S SERVICE STATION MarketPHONE

of on April 30 as originally plan-
ned. A new stamp, good for 10 Phone 10 Court& Madison Sta. 110 Washington St.. Starke 37
2. 1If: ruirriT comer nninFoimFLOHIIA.ll
pounds of sugar will be validated C"OIINO"Y, IV CIIAN.COl.nY. .
effectlce April 1. : .
There will be no house canning Agnes I.. Clttadlno, Plaintiff, "..
R Joseph Clttnilino, Defendant. Case
sugar stamps this year and use No. 3383.ORDER ?
p u'' Ful-O-Pep Broiler of sugar from the new 10-pound PUBLICATION f/rJIY

FEED for' fast, economical IIOWDY FOLKS stamps must be planned to fill BTATEJ AND NOTlr-n OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Joseph 'i'hllfllU

v gains and full-mealed, well all needs, according to an announcement *ltta eatheredyellowshankedbirds.tortl8ed A farmer who had spent his from the OPA regional Exchange Place, Long Branch, New
1 with special sources of life In tho country, retired and I Jerney. -
1 vitamins and salts to augaroffIce Atlanta. You are rerluifel to appear onMarch wI
organic moved to tho city. On the "Changing the value of ration 8, 1947: In the above
.build big: frames sound bones named Court and online, wherein r
and meaty birds. Come In and first morning In their now. stamps from 5 pounds:to.,10oes plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford
talk with us about the Ful-O- home, his. wife said "Well, Fa, not mean that consumers will get (uuntir Telegraph shall publish this '
,I 'Pep Plan of raising broilers .. It'.. about time you started the twice as much sugar/'. officials Order In e"n8 my t, four hand weekly'and official Immes.Wltn .

l let us show you how you may fIn." "Not ,me!" he replied, stated,"It simply means that In neat nt Stark, Florida. this Jan-
d ,increase your broiler profits the uary 29, 1847. 4r
Ful-O-Pep Way. nestling down deeper In 1K xi. order to make our present supplyof (OFF 1C1AI SEAL A. J. Thomas
"We might as well start right ration stamps last longer, thereat Aa Clerk of Haiti Court. .*
Hv r\ C.
6 now getting used to all the of this year's supply will be Joseph K. B 'IPn'W'lIp.. ;' itutldnir -

city conveniences Call the fire, available 10 pounds at a time In- Jaoknonvlllo, Florida.
Attv. for Plf. 1-31 4t J-21
department I" stead of B pounds at a time." -
., ,, ....
!'You say he left no money?" It was emphasized that no one -

"No you see he lost Ills. yet knows exactly how much f
health getting wealthy and sugar will be available to this .. '' %

i Pttt 1 then tout his. wealth trying to country for use in 1947. This

get healthy." will depend on decisions made by w

Any way, you don't have to the International Food and Economic h tttr
which allocates ,
wait at all to get our bent Council ,

We Also Carry A work You .Just' drive in and each country a share out of the,
total world supply. It Is expected e ') -'s5 d
we hop to attention. Your gas, t iri t.stnsd .
that the 1017 supply will be:
your oil your lubrication are
High Quality Line tl
attended to pronto. There'sno a little larger than n 1946 but bn
no one yet knows exactly whatIt y
waiting with us.
of Hardware and will be.Fntllh .

Farm Implements Washing, Polishing stock of excellent typewriter r 1 ,tsa..r
Greasing ribbon at TilE TELE-
a e
GRAPII. Only GOo each for all f .t
Temple & Lake make typewriters and adding *oee 'tt Steepwhen A'I Y y t

Farmers' machines.CONSTIPATION.
SupplyMIKE Service Station 4Phone i f

MARUCA Owner 179 eeee'i

..... Risky In
; .1 DAD COLDSRetained you have enough
- - - ,
- - - -
: undigested food becomes Windstorm Insurance.
putrefactive, causes toxins, which .giving the
overload thIS liver and other vital organs people
i1 CANNON And WEBB% GROCERY of the to colds body and, lessening other winter your resistance Ills We Sell iti I

and Interfering with their treatment.

Friday & Saturday Only take Why Calotabs take this chance Calotabs when thoroughly you can Chancy E, Johns good transportation low cost

__ __ __ -0 ___ :yet pleasantly act on every foot of
;your intestines, sweeping out toxin- Agency

laden laden mucus putrefactive!, enabling foods\ \you and to virus-more Phono .IS BTARKK, FLA.e. .and lots of it !

: Smoked BACON lb. .48 effectively avoid or tight a cold.Noth.. ,
ing acts like good old Calotabs.Use aa
directed: 100 and 25c at all druggists: ::1

Brisket STEW lb. .28 Jake CALOTABS .R.arennttng. TH8 TRAVELERS Hartford From
puppyhood Greyhound grew on one good idea: : to build

PLEEZING a new, "American-ttyle"travel system for THE PEOPLE.

$5..5 Not mail... not freight.. but PEOPLE.
Chicken SOUP .13 ; TIZ-NU5
can -
The thing Greyhound knows best is how to get people to the plant

d'w' 16 Oz. I'kg.Pleezing. The Brushtess Auto Paint they want to go. at the times they want to go.. .prices they can afford.

OAT MEAL .10 Anyone run paint a ear with TIZ-NU. Produce a loag-laatiag And Greyhound does this for more cities towns villages and corners

factory-Ilk finish. Dries In 1 hour. One quart enough for twocoat than' any other transportation system.

.* on average<< car. Apply with powder puff and follow simple

No. 2 Can direction. on
Kent's Field Peas .13 Practically and Laboratory Tested easy convenient.. .stopping in the heart of big cities...at the drug store
Cornea I lit
Nine Colon
:Maroon llrewster
Green Light Green, across from the city hall. or at Pete Jones' ranch if that's where Pete
Blue, UI..k.II..l, Tan, Yellow<< Gunmetal Gray
One 8 Oz. Package wants to get off.
t Distributor t
FREE !' Q. T. Pie Crust with each Why do the people like Greyhound? There's your answer: good trans

M 'i ly Purchase of KIRKLAND SUPPLY CO. InZ: portation ..at low cost..and lots of it.

No.2 Can Sliced) Apples .23 4822 Dundee Road. Phone 2-8361 UNION BUS STATIONLACY

Jacksonville, Flo.
CONWAY, Agent Temple Ave.

$ Osceola COFFEE lb. - .45 "" r... ,
Demonstration to be given at Sunshine Grocery &

I Market North Temple Ave., at 11th Street, Monday
"The Most Friendly Store'in Town" February 24, from 10 A. M. s

mi COME ONE! COME ALL! Dealers' Wanted


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hospitalities by arranged in decorating the ClubRoom I Rosier. I
Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Mrs J. M. for this .I At The TabernacleThe and will give these at their Youth t
meeting Mrs.
Otis Crawford and children

i JtMaterj! JaurmI : !!! herd.Hembree and Mrs 1* A. Shep BAR10X' IJAI1V 4 with spent relatives.Saturday in Lake Butler Church News National Laymens Evangelistic Rally Saturday -night.

t . Mr. and Mrs M. W. Barton announce \ Association Sponsored The TKLKUKAPII: ha just re-. I
BRIDGE CLUB MEETING the birth of a Ion In the I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and meeting ,with Dr. Bob Ingeraoll eehwl new pre-war quality REAL

Thursday afternoon of last Lake City Hospital on Saturday., children were guests of her relatives Helen Benner Will brought out many new faces and rubber. bands. Plenty o (

oIf I FCC: entertained week Mr* P. D. Fancher was February 15.: They have naued I in Jacksonville! over the Sing On ProgramAt several groups of out of town .ft-t-r-e-t-r-h and a nap Sadstrength j.I
rl. C M. Turney hostess at her home entertaining him Robert weekend.! people besides the .
Wayne. regular atten I.1anls : Four sizes! at 40o poor ,
,ply at her home last Frl- the State Farm Bridge Club. Mrs. \\. C. Ward returned Friday Baptist Church at the Tabernarlo. GulnusvHle. quarter-pound box. A real bargain.

afternoon In honor of her Attractive potted plants adde buring the past week-end Mr, of last week from a visit In Lawtey, Keystone Heightsand ... ,
charm to the and Mra. J. R. Parker and daughters lamra. She .. ---0& I I II
v Mrs. Clara Stahl of Da. living room and sun v.a accompanied by towns were represented
wr Mrs. Hugh A. Hall parlor where the tables were attended the Gasparilla festivities nor brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Iin the groups attending We Wish To Announce r I ',
Indiana in Tampa. and Mrs Claude Moore who will That We Have Moved
and Miss Cleo placed.! Upon arrival the guests M. Billings of Wisconsin h
Jacksonville Mr. and Mr3. P D. Fancher visit witn her To A New Location At
Nebraska. Chatafforded were served a dessert course with and other relatives one of the founders of the Gideon
fcr Of omaha pleasure, for several- coffee., In the games that followed visited friends In Perry last week here for several days Bible Hand was present, as wan 105 E. Call St. !d

R served to heroree8 Mrs. J. C. Wallace won a end. Marcus Conner attended the also Dr. S. B. Hlftglna, National
ry! Mrs.and to the friends who picture frame as high prize, Mrs. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs singing ccnvention' at Pine Grove Field Secretary of NLEA, and. 7 I 1 I

this enjoyable affair L. F. Chapman received note John' Godwin at noon Sunday. Sunday Mrs. Higgins Tho meeting win 1."y'r \ :
,nd fed fruited( gingerbread paper for second high score and were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow O.: E. and Bule Crosby and a spiritual feast and resulted In ,
oe and whipped cream. She Mrs. R. P. Stubbins was awarded Clagg and baby of Starko. Floyd Hosier were business visitors several confusions* of faith. I '
1cd l I fruit juice glasses In "bingo". Misses Jean Douglas Jane Tai. to Gainesville Monday Monday night the NLEA local! t'fr: I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Nanan
=- and Roberta Whitfleld of club attended Dr. I
COMMUNITY: CLUB MEETINGAs and children of Johnotown Inll'l'MOIl'.j I
WilliamsonElectric FSCW Tallahassee visited\ Mr. were I' meeting at the
hostesses at the regular I and Mra. Bryan Whitfleld last visiting! Mr w.d Mrs. C. C. Cro:). tist Church, Jacksonville. ;

Service meeting of the Community Club weekend 1 by and Mr. and Mrs J. N. Ku.ly Friday evening, February. 14, I ,

hint Tuesday afternoon Mrs J. R. After being the guest of Mr Sunday. the service was devotional In na- 'III

Parker and Mrs. R. P. McLendon and Mrs. M. D. Young since . . . J: raj r ture and being the birthday anniversary Expert Bicycle
Electrical Repairs attractively carried out the val Thursday Mrs. C. T. Ralph of of a loved deceased II

and House Wiring entine motif in their refreshments Ashburn. Georgia went to Lake New RiverBy member, Mrs. F. A. Scott, the Repair

If I which consisted of aandwlchej Butler Monday to visit their Miss Helen Benner, radio mezzo- flowers! a poem, duot and a violin Whether i e
ESTIMATES I and cake with coffee. Routine friends.Mr. The number were dedicated to her It's a major operation
FREE School contralto, will appear in personIn or the mere lightening ofa
business attt'1dd to in thebusiness
-Ss rrrsmple was session preceding the and Mrs. L. F. Chapman . . . special concert with Pat B. memory. bolt you can be euro your
left Tuesday to visit Lt. Col. and The Youth Meeting on Saturday -
& Lake Service Sta. social hour and Mrs. P. D. Fan- The Rev. Truby Parrish conducted 'VI throw, Jr, and the Larkin Sisters night was led by Leonard bicycle Mill receive prompt and
Mrr. Fielding Chapman In Wash. careful attention hero.
i'hune 179 Starke, Fla chor, president\! presided. Late ington I). c., and Major'and Mrs. ( the Sunday services In the under the auspices of Veterans ''I Noogrl and was made brief ellI

winter blossoms were effectively Robert Chapman in ,Bangor Me. New River Baptist Church, and he Hospital Programs at the I that Dr. Ingersoll might bo hoard. BIGGS & BAKER .

,,-- ow _,_ -,.... ,y."I As a member of the Bradford( guests and Mrs.of Mr Parrish and Mrs.were Russell dinner First Baptist Church of Starke, I The boys of'" famous are preparing Bible Women biographies BICYCLE STORE I'' I

High basket ball team Leslie Green. Monday. February 2*. at 7:30P. : r: \
-'.h Bradley attended the basket ball Mrs. O. W. Andrews< was Injured M. : Z1 I ., I,

tournament in Trentoa from In an accidental fall at her Miss Benner has been heard assolol.t i:

Thursday until Saturday. home Tuesday.Mr. Let Us Cure Your Meat
on some of the better I.
During the past week-end Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ward of i
i and Mrs. G. S Chambers of Jacksonville Jacksonville were guests of Mr. known coast-to-coast radio programs i

I qWJ. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins and attended -: including "AI..c Temple. Plain Salt Cure or Sugar Cure I i

Chambers.Mrs. church services here Sun- ton Time", "Hymns of All j''

1 Leverett Francis and little day.Mrs. Churches" with Joe Emerson, and
daughter, Merrill Ann of Houston Bessie Sapp of Ralford( It "Pagaent of Melotly". She has We also have lockers to put your ,1
.. Mass., arrived Thursday of spending a few days here with
11 predate last week" to attend the Crews- Mrs. O. W. Andrews. appeared as guest artist on all meat in after it is cured and smoked ,
of the major networks. In her .I
i Dellgne wedding and to visit Mrs. Wayno Ilazen of Jacksonville I, r
I local church Miss
Francis parents, Mr, and Mrs. spent Saturday with friends and. appearance
; our G. E. Crews, for several weeks relatives hero. Banner will sing, "11<1 Shall Feed Bring Your Meat In NOW As None Can I

serviceSweaters Billy! King and Jim Williams Mrs. Dorothy Barr and W. His Flock""The Angelui"from Handel's by Victor Messiah Be Accepted for Curing After Feb. 28

of Montgomery, Ala, came Sun Moody of Jacksonville were visiting
Herbert, and "I Just Keep Living ..
here Sunday. ,
:: day to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. C. t

that retain Engram.Mrs. J. R. Jones and little! Mrs Roy J. M.Tomlinson Kerce and and son.Mr.Tommy and, Along"Helen Benner hni suspended her STARKE ICE COMPANY i

their color and daughters, Linda and Barbara, made a business trip to Gainesville work In radio and as 1 soloist In a

shape are a wise left Saturday for their new homeIn Saturday.Mr. leading New York church to devote
Phone 12 Starke Fin.
.ice and Mrs. Carl Thomas and her time to Veterans Hos- ,
investment. To be Pinehurst, N. C. Sgt. Jones
children relatives pltal Programs, a non-profit organization -
were visiting
of Ft. Bragg came down to accompany ,
sure that your his family to North in Live Oak Sunday. < which provides. inspirational I
sweaters will stay Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews entertainment and bedside '

d fresh-looking and lovely Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and Mr have as guests this week her radios for veterans' hospitals.The .
and Mrs: B. E. Forsyth and son, father, William Sanders, and her I public is cordially Uvlted Sell Your TIMBER -- NOW! I
send them here. Scien- Barry, of Jacksonville were Sunday brother, George Sanders, of' to hear and meet these radio per.

tific methods assure you supper guests of Mr. and Wythevllle Va., this week. sonalities. There Is no admission

smart, sparkling clean 1 Mis. R. S. Rosier. Mr. and Mra. Raymond Brown charge. Highest CASH Prices Paid ': t
sweaters. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stone of spent Sunday in Ocala as guests
of Miss Mamie Jo Warren. I
Tampa were dinner guests of Mr Cutshaw ResignsTo
and Mrs. M. D. Young at noon Mrs. Jay Moody and son, William -
were visiting her mother Take RestThe I

... ,PHONE 135 ......-64RODT. _- Tuesday.Sunnybrook Mrs. Ada Kelly, in Ralford Sun. OR BY TilE UNIT
315'GREEN. I. e . day. Rev.. Qw E. Cutshaw for 1\.
the past several years pastor of : ''I'f.!
Mr and Mrs. Johnnie Andrewe .
the Wateroak and Hellbronn
f 'lkttL Temple I
and children of Lake Butler were
Baptist Churches, this
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Springs j
Owner .. Ave. By Mrs. O. E. Crosby Johns here Sunday. week announced his resignationdue ,
to ill health. doctor has
e . 5555MRS. "My '
advised me to take a rest," he P. o. no" 463 Gainesville Fla.

-,- -.--'" LL _._. ...... ", ..-- ...... ... oil R. M. CROSBY PASSESOur ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL said. He and :Mrs Cutshaw occupy I
community was saddened I Worship services will be held an apartment at the residence Send Me A Postcard I

1 Thursday. Feb. 6, by the death, Sunday morning" at 11 o'clock at: of Mrs. R. S. Fernandeg."I m
And I Will Come To See You '
of Mrs. Lula (IR. M) Crosby in
St. Mark's Episcopal Church here will be leaving today (Friday : I
Glendale Hospital In Palatka, conducted by the Rev. S. W. ) for my home in Tennesseeand ,

limb Uurry\.,. ? The community extend Its sympathy Creasey, of Gainesville supply I wish to express my thanksto (Adv.) i f
to( the bereaved family. .
minister in charge. Sunday my many dear friends for their
Mrs. Crosby was the :daughterof : school precedes the service at 10 kindness and for the beautiful : rr r
the late A. A. and Sara B., MARKETING
A. M. flowers given me during my 111-
this Strickland of Bradford County,, Holy Communion will be held 'ness," he said. "Especially do I i
now you ( n'gel and she was united In marriageto at the Church next Thursday want to express my love and appreciation e ,
R. M. Crosby on Feb. 7, Itflrt\ I
morning at 7:30: o'clock, and next to the people of my
and to this union was bom three
Friday an evening service will !
churches. I that I
children who survive her at 7:30 o'clock. am clad can H..e you a collection of recipes for meatless. meals It's. biff II
begin :
GAY DISH TOWEL Mr". Crosby was .. member of conscientiously! say that the hip not only during Lout, but any time you want to cut !
the Pine Level Church fellowship and cooperation there your food bills. So today I'm going to tell you about some dishes :
Baptist Christian ChurchThe has been the sweetest of my 35/ thnt are real "collector's Item." They're delicious, nutritious
and until ill health prevented, years! of service. I will be expecting and.. economiral.eapecially when you buy the ingredients r t.'
was an enthusiastic and active Rev. John DIxon of Jack to hear from my friends" aC your A&I', where fine food are thriftily priced. !

worker in church affairs Mn.CroHby's sonvillo will conduct morning VVhllo renting for an estimatedsix I S..UMILY SATISFYING SOUP foil CONTINT DURING, LINT : 4 i

illness confined her to services at 11 o'clock and even. month in Tennessee the Cut. To satisfy hearty appetites, I always Here's how to give new taste ap; I ; \
bed for almost a year prior to. ing services at 7:30 o'clock Sunday haws will reside at 811 Carson nerve a hearty soup it my pealtothatoldstenclbymaearonlt t '
her death, and although she suffered In the Flrnr Christian Churchof Greenville clam course Is light. Puree Mon floskan8: nz. package of ENCORE: ;
much pain she alway bore Starke. Sunday school will Street cole is my family's favorite and MACARONI according paekageol1ll0casytomake.

91 her cheerful burdens word with and a heart.smile and All a begin at 10 o'clock Sunday morning ..!o--' ... .; ":'," '''. -: .-, "i'tytttIt' \ $ /I/jJ. Like sot Simmer. chopped directions onion; drain.and 3 tbR.Add...2 chopped tbsps.
and the midweek prayer service 1 chopped onion (lightly browned In :
( Yours when that loving hands anti! medical will be and contents of 2 green butter pepper
held Wednesday nightat : ), salt, popper and H Jb. of
science could do was done for her, 7:30.: EXPERT 18-oz. can! of grated cheese Terns together. Per t
J but God aw fit to call her hometo IONA TOMATO fret I So I III any dish made with ,
1 dwell with Him where she will <-Alll> O.F THANKS JUICK: and a can ENCORE MACAUONI, because it
A you buy"one Buffer no more. We wish to express our sincere i of baked boons 20 minutes; rub cooks up tender yet firm-never '
I slave. and
through coarse Season: mushy Get: a few packages next :
Mrt Crosby leaves to mourn heartfelt thanks to all of those 00U\. I reheat. Serves C, and you'll want time you're shopping at your A&l'l' f
= oL. her passing her husband: two,, who were no kind and thoughtfulto I "seconds" when you taste the zesty r ,
t 25 1b bard daughters. Mrs. Mel/a Galloway: us during the lingering Illness flavor of this sour Tim secret TO KHP. YOU COOK JAR AJA
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1 and Mrs. Dorothy Conner; a son, and recent death of our dear wife grand brand that's modestly priced Peanut butter brownies will Insure
1 Neal Crosby, all of Stnrke; four I' and mother. We especially wantto ..ep t. at the, AA1 the popularity of your cookie jar
/ Misters, j-lrs. Mabel Sullivan of thank Dr. Zeigler for his never- and urnliih some of the protein .
BAKID MANS' BOOHfCOM..ANIOH that meatless meals lack.
Miss Ethel Strickland ot tiring efforts to' make her com may
I\'\ SERVICEChas. No matter how you nerve baked Make them no-
; Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Ruby Shattler fortable. (
\ beam don't separate them from cording to your
: : and Mrs. Nellie Oliver both of We wish to thank you far the tnelr boon companion-brown favorite recipe forb""a.11 ,
THE b ri 1'\1 Jacksonville; seven nephews and beautiful flowers which weresc>nt C. I t And to enjoy It at Its best, chocolate brownies .
un three nelces and a host of relatives as tribute of respect. God bless I ret MARVEL BOSTON BliOWNBREAD. using SUI i I
: f'
each of
and friends. you. ShepherdAt bakers, this rich nlllln..tu.r.ie.l for half
'PaUsburqs Best 'B sic The funeral services were held R. M Crosby and children bread Is rushed from the oven to the shortening.! Youll love this '
i I l :' i Friday afternoon, Feb 7, 1947, In Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Galloway, Mr. Gay's Service Station your A&P, no it'. always temptingly creamy-smooth peanut batter
j z her beloved Pine Level Baptist and Mrs. Loran Conner Mr. and frrnh. Try itl 1 from.. the A&P in sandwiches, too. ,r '
: the Rev. Mrs. Neal Crosby, and her sinters. D. __ -- -- -- -- --- '-- -'I
I I FOR MODERN BAKING :: !:; .ilj Church, and the pastor I II '
I W E. Hall, conducted the flnalrites. I .
i I
l !qtr. Interment was In the Conner
> ,
: .
:it ad: ; "yr uIt's Cemetery. DeWItt C. Jones 1
,""- -.. had charge of the arrangements. YOUR WATCH Prefabricated Government Hutments :

Pall bearers were B. J. and Wille Deserves the Best I '
full-length It's fast-color! Strickland, Abner Gordon, .

last! Hugh Sullivan C. E. Shatther, 16x10 $195.00 16x48 $350.00 20x52 $500.00Prices : I :
Gel they
yours Jr., and R. A.,. Oliver, all nephews above, delivered on your truck WITH FOUNDATION, Camp "landing. i I if
ot Mrs. Crosby.
They'll go fast, these beautiful towels m so visit! your 16x16 $275.00 16x48 $550.00 20x52 $1000,00 .

grocer All do BTU SOCIAL Prices above delivered unloaded on lot with concrete foundation i
today and be sure you don't miss out. you Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby were your blocks ;

IS buy one 23-lb. bag of the new,.and Improved, /rats hosts at their home here Saturday 20x52: : Hutment meets any zoning requirement; can give one day delivery. } .

PILLSBURVS BEST for modern baking.J And at no extraro5Sot night to an oyster supper for the REPAIRTrustworthy .
down Corinth Baptist Training ,
a penny-the towel l is Y'1IrsWhy not get Service I .
to large attendance was presentand ST. PETEKSHUKO, FLORIDA
grocer's * an enjoy "
everyone ,,011 !

Vcu' able evening. Harley F. StrongCAMP J. J. Pierson at Camp Blanding or 302 Madison St., Starke! Fla.I' I

Bake Best Mr. and< Mrs. Shepherd Rosier .,
ioir of Jacksonville were guests of BLANDfNO JEWELER: : S. Can nell you a lot and will finance for you with a small down payment and
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kelly Thursday SINCE 1011 monthly installment

RHsfeara's&z* of lt week and were acbom ITT wet" Cad! .to d

with. : ; eompantd by. ;Mr* Orat t '( t ew e .

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1\1':\ Rotarians Hear Explanation of Increased adequate engineering.and" effective sanitary ruary of taxes 28.will begin Friday, Feb- y14r't

Request for Funds by State Health BoardAn The main Increases in general ;+ ,
iv TUG fin ft:IT COi'RT, mii.- .u ,
explanation of tho proponed diet Is Just as important to operations of the Board during FOHI> "OIl N'1'Y, FLORID\, IM it's 7Sm ffo Plant y. nth rs
I' | each of the next two years, were CIIAN'Ii1 %v.- 1
h expanded program of the State human beings, the speaker said 'explained an follows: Ann Tu'Ht.t'; _

Board -of Health, necessitating an aa (It Is to a barnyard hen whose to' viw ijt'lalntlff, Case No 5422Samuel
$200,000 for a new program
Increased appropriation
/! Tucker, .
egg production was stepped up combat cancer the second cause Defendant.OltDRFt $ '?
State was made at the Rotary e
Robert O. from 52 to 150 per year by improved of deaths in Florida ((2302 per OF PITHLir-ATION AND
Club Wednesday by
sons died of cancer In Florida In NOTICE TO APPEAR
darter, director of the Board's feeding I STATE OF FLOUIKA too: Hamuol
division of public health information The State Board, of Health will 1945): ). The success of this pro- Tucker, whose residence In unknown -
gram will depend upon the early 't.1 .
ask the LcglalV.ure for an ap- detection, accurate diagnosis and You arw required to appear on c

Mr. Carter summed up the propriation of $1,693,000 In State adequate treatment of cancer Court March and 24, 1947 cau..e'h.ln.In the above plaintiff nunmil ? Q 0M

Hoard's program by saying that Funds for each year of the next cases. seeks divorce. ffruilford: County .
We are singly trying to do for Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn .r +
biennlum.! This will make avail $27,000 for a new program of next four weekly Innuftn.Wltn .
the people of Florida as much as
able slightly. more than double Industrial hygiene designed to reduce >* my hand and official
lias been dono for our cuttlo, hogs, ni'al. at Stark, Florida, thin February
20 the amount apprcprintod In 1945 illnesses and deaths due to 14, 1947.
and poultry during: the past ,
for Use In the Florida Public occupational diseases/ among industrial (OFICIAI. REAL) A, J, Thomas, e
years. Health An clerk of mild Court. to
Praising the" highly successful P.'g'I'arn. workers. Williams and Cobh, Lake Putlor,
v I "This should not be construedto $60,000 for a new program of Florida. Attorney for the plaintiff.
programs of animal husbandry, 2-21! 4t 3-14
that there will be twice
out that It is pest mosquito surveys, investigations -
Mr. Carter pointed
as much money to Work with In and research. IV TIIH CIHCI IT rol'HT OP a1i; '
Just as Important, however, to rid'each of tho next two years," Mr. Fl.Ollfllt. IOIOIITII JI l>lfl l.UK 6 :4 I
children) of hookworm as It Is to I $22,000 increase for prevention < :111'' IV, AMI toll IllltllKllllll __ _
Carter "for
stated only one-
"Ol'V'Hf, Kl.OHIUl. IV
eradicate the cattle ticK. Proper of venereal diseases. Army figures CIIAVCKItV. a.t
fourth of the mo ties now expended -
I Indicate that Florida has the Paul Uryan Patterson.
for publ'c health In Florida are
i highest venereal disease rate In i
state funds. Such an appropriation vs DIVORCE
W.C.T. v.i the nation. Ruth Wilbur Patterson Anyone Can Mat Walls Beautiful
wouU. however give us a Defendant
4 cancer' control program, more $45,000 for. expansion of lab- CAMW-NO. 6380
"Drink In the source of allit'll oratory facilities at the central NOTICW TO APPEAR
tho help for our ever-lncrraalng num- and
and the ruin or half
ber of county health units, more laboratory in Jacksonville and the ORDER OF PU1"IJCAT1ON
working; men In tho country. efficient n.achlnery for combat- branches In Miami Tampa, Tallahassee Tt appearing+"hy .affidavit. In that '
George Washington. mild cause, Paul Uryan Patterson Reg. 25Pockog .
and Pensacola and for the
venereal diseases and more
ting vii. Ruth Wilbur Patterson, whereIn *
establishment of a new branch In Paul llryan. Putternon IH the
Orlando. Based Plaintiff and Ruth Wilbur Patterson Durp e'.
t accepted
upon I IH the Uefendan", In the Circuit
commercial laboratory examination Court of Bradford County Florida, SuprGiant
SEED CANE charges the volume of work In Chancery, and In which cause Wail-Tone
the Plaintiff IH winking a divorce:
handled by the State Board an- that Huth Wllbuf Pattomnn, the ZINNIA SEEDS
nually would cost patients and Defendant therein named, I.* a non- DOVER WHITE
resident of the Hint of Florida, and Com In TodayArmyType
: private physicians and local health whose last known residence IH 4tillCayuta -'
FOR SALE departments in Florida over $5,- Avenue, Wavorly, Tlcgrao ?<: jfl ".. -. IIGIIi.
'uiity, Now.'Yoi-U, and thit thfreIn \,, ; 0" - .AliI)1 !
000,000 annually.Mr. no person In the State of Florida, 2.79 ,
Il the service of subpoena upon whom
Carter was accompanied to would bind said. Defendant and GBI.
SANTA FE STOCK FARM the meeting by Dr. A. Y. Covington that the Defendant. 'IK over the ag Righ'Angr.
of twenty-one yearn. and that the .
e director of the Bradford game lH.set ,forth In said sworn \

h' R..F. D. 1 Box 43 -:. Starke, Fla. County Health Department: known statement. and to us affiant Inquiry.IT partlouliirlv,., aft"r dllluentMenrch as l Is Cows Wallpaper with One Coat- <" FLASH.LIGHT

+,ifli I Ii E. S. Laboratory said IS TILER nnn-ronidcnt FORE. ORDEREDthat Defendant Dries to the Touch In One Hour "

I In Operation Soon bi4, and she hereby I is,, required to Colors\
lit White and Gorgeous Pastel
appear In said cause on Tuesday', r
1 the 18th day of !March A. D. 1947 .
Attention Ladies At HamptonMr. otherwise the allegations of the The miracle paint that makes home decoratlneeally.. Anigh I.7..
i said bill will be tukon as fonfcnHed
quality, resin emulsion water-mixed
paint that
Dof.mdnnt a Plastic ease, not affected
and Mrs. Edmund H. Shafer, i bYJ-l-bfR
long-lasting, washable finish.
FUUTHI3R ORDERED Thnt gallon is enough for aa by corrosion oil
owners of the E. S. Laboratory at thiN order he published I once a weekfor average. size room. greace or
Hampton will four consecutive weeks In the water-it will even light
soon begin the Bradford County Telegraph' a newspaper under water! 'Two-cell; prt-
manufacture of E. S. Skin Cream l published In Bradford County, focused. .
.. and various medicated Florida. I ..rU - .. - -
) products.The ThiN February 14 ltT. _ .. .__... _ _
business is located In the former A. J. THOMAS',
.. Clerk of Circuit/ Court. I Light Yet Extra Strong Has "Tot."
bD Hampton post office building CI Tray
... E 00 ..... (SEAL,) For the Best Jolt
=' which has been recently remodelled Clayton & Arnow ..-';) ,,,,.
..C.... .., u by tho Town of Hampton, Bv Delphene Covemton Strickland, I In the Shortest Time
oJ:: __ ______ owner vi the pivpviiy ::::-
en := e Mr. Shafer Is a native of Slade- IN rmri'iT couu'r( Ito\DFORD -qlol.lW. ::
dale, Pa., and before the war fKHV. :: ,.

rs I''p' owned and operated a laboratory HOChram, Plaintiff, v.fary! A L" ,
Schram Defendant. Cane No. f32, T' a.
In New York City, where he em- ORDER OF PUBLICATION ,j.. Broom
ployed 17 people. Shortly before AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -

ALL the war he spent Home time in Schram STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to and: Mary ad.: RAKE TOOL BOX 2.93

: NYLONS & Ravens SIZES research ,work on the islands in dress New. York.IH: 1840 Phelan Place Bronx, 't' 2.29 Made of 18-laup steel with

the Caribbean and Central America j a baked enamel finish.
You are required to appear on 1 The 23 spring-steal Inexpensive
and thereafter saw duty with March 24, 1947 In the above teeth sweep clean but made for a
named court and cause. whereinplaintiff l' lifetime
Start Planning Your Spring Wardrobe I the Navy in .the Pacific. ,After a eka divorce. Bradford j 1 and quick. Strong, of service. 21-inch.
being discharged from the service County Telegraph shall publish this l.. ''U-1nchuJIhaD41e.

s t with our lovely yard goods and in July 1948: Me Shafer decided Order Witness In n.xt my four rmnd weekly and offlola"lallu"l j 1 - IU'I''

SIMPLICITY PATTERNSEVERY to Move this operation 'to seal at Htarke, ,,'riorlda this February .... - nCls .
20, 11111.OFJo'lCIAL
the South because of labor'and ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas, Drop-ForgeJ Steel Head Plagmatter
I climatic conditions.. Through As Clerk of said Court. ,
= Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. conn Wheeled
i DAY IS BARGAIN DAY at the frtenda he was attracted to this T. Flank Landrum. Starke, Fla. CLAP
part of the state and found what Ally for Plf. 2-21 4t 8.U SET Garden

he considered a suitable locationfor I!'* CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD HAMMER
: his small plant in Hampton. COUVTV. FLORIDA I.V CHAN CULTIVATOR
STAR CERY.Winthrop.
Store Mrs. Shafer was!! former nurse O. Fetter,' Plaintiff, VII >

and worked as supervisor during No.I..bt'F.lt..r. 8413. Defendant. Case 1.39 6.95

the' war for the Hospital for'Incurables ORDER OF PUBLICATION l.9 Mod.rnlydedgnedT garden-
In New York City.
tested. Easy to guide and
The fits all and
plug types
I C. Fetter, whose residence and address A Ugh quality hammer josh.. LIght In yet
with sixes of terminals. Can be
I IH 107 Floral .
: Blvd. Floral extra strong. It's aweigh-
Farm Bureau Hears Park, Long .Inland New York. a slxteen-onnce head. Has a used also as an extension
/1 Adjustable to three different
I .t. e \ :..... ,1. piH You are required to appear on fourteen.inch hickory; cord. Underwriters ap
Executive SecretaryJohn March 24.: 1947 In the above liaDd1e. proved height 14-inch
named. Court and cause, wherein .
EASY TO APPLY plaintiff noeks divorce* Bradford t
tIt i J Ford of Orlando, execu- County Telegraph shall publish this .A
tive secretary of the Florida Order In next four weekly liiauesWitness Rust Handle/
my hand and official' Long '
Don't'Wait Until
Farm Bureau, discussed general Heal at Htarke, Florida this February
functions and advantages of the 20, 1941.OFFICIAL .
( BEAD A. J. Thomas //Jf1tlJ1 GARDENSHOVEL
Pay Day .
I national farmers' organization' As Clerk of said Court.
the meeting "of the county My Lucille C, Conner, D. C. .,
T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Buy Now
last Friday night. As an added Atty for Plf. 2-21 4t 3-14

feature of the session; local growers 'l' On theUUDGET

witnessed a documentary motion -

picture sponsored by the 4 AIR OSeAluminum
I Firestone Company. R V..' $fOn

ft. The bureau members agreed to 2.49
continue the present policy of rf
weekly meetings to be held at the A ur.t1meln..tm.nt.. Easy Easy to manipulate, cuts
} CI THE AMAZING NEW "CEllOPHANE-lIKE" courthouse at 8 p. m. each Friday. ao to handle, easy to keep work time considerably LAN
aIi clean. Fifty feet. Bawl blade, 51-Inch handle.

: FINISH' rOR.AlMOST./lWYJURFACE!If. Deadline Saturday LnJJwUBeautiful W7."W"

For City Tax PaymentProperty High Clot Rich Satin Finish Helps/ Made Tough

ii : c.:. a6';.Menu_ ll 111 J.Ir: JJt ::1, owners delinquent In ALL MAKES Job a IPortable

ll'. .e.y l. krlghte' ....> y.. h..... with their city taxes for 1943-44 have RAPID l

A'r a.I.O4k."I, t..furniture,IIn.I........ we.4 one remaining day in which to 'Work Guaranteed Inferior

M, :$? r fleer*. w....." ejnd w.llt. Choice, .. make due payments according to Quick ServiceEASTERN DRYING e

t City Clerk Carl Johns. The deadline GLOSS
.b..y er ml-gU' flnUh. Plottt-Kele ua"s ENA.\'EL u
ei dries. I. tmeetn, ..v....,. ......... for such settlement had been AUTO

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