Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02896
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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nat anonymous reporter for are actually "filling up" with new I

RckBOnvtlle dally newspaper and Interesting people. For instance -

portrayed Hampton as a ter.' there are the twin brothers I, w
riddled, slowly decaying ghost Paul and Francis Meng who Official County Publication Katablished In 1877 '

should come back down and bought the picturesque old Davey I

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Although his article to make their home. Then thereIs t

ared almost a year ago now. the family of French' extrac Prize Winning FFA Judging i Team J

almost wholly misleading pic- tion Mr. and Mrs. Oliva Charror PlaygroundParkPlans Florida Plastics

mat was presented to the and son. Adellard and twin Stork Discovers

100,000 subscribers of the daughters Lorette and Loretta' ,

lo city dally still arouse the who recently bought a chicken FormulatedBy New Hospital Open To Public

In loyal J-lamptonltes-and farm from Col. Knight a couplr .

[ Yes. that eager young of miles south of Hampton. \
l' so.
Lrter., more "bent on plcturesnCM Other Interesting newcomerr Civic LeadersStarke's At'7i25 u. m. U'etlnemmy, Kfb. Next Tuesday :* r-
Is dls-
[ than accuracay. Include Edmund and Gladys Shafer 20, Stnrko'it. now SliudjrrxHtIIuNltal

'tlv "persona non grata" In ( former Pennsylvanians) playground project an yet incomplete, reco.Vfd The plant of Florida Plastic.'
:Maybe he'd better stay whose new business, the E. S. I
pton made a long forward stride Wed : Its first patients Mrs. Inc., now completely assembled I
,y--at least for a long long Laboratory will soon be In op. rM nesday when a citizens' commit. Archie "'"to..n, Route I, Starke.At and "ready to go" will be open

la eratlon In the remodelled old pos, _4"Pictured tee composed of representativesof 8:31 a. 01. 00 minutes for Inspection by the general public *

hturday afternoon Postmaster office building on Hampton'rMain five civic organizations the later It received Us second "pa Tuesday. night. March 4. beginning ,
Wiggins who was portray. Street. The Shafers will administration and school tient" .'
8 city Jacquelyn Loretta ( 01- at 7:30: p. m., C. I* Hen
''n the "notorious" article aa manufacture various medicated authorities conferred with Cliff don 8 pounds 12 1-3 ouitron, demon president of the company: I,
his time'; basking preparations. .for the wholesale Gainesville Director of '
>fling away Kirby brown hair blue eyes. announced yesterday I
he sun on the front steps of market selling to drug supply Physical Education at the court To Infant Cbhen goes the hon- All has be.n'dellv...
post office, was found by the houses and hospitals. house here to formulate plans for or of being the tint baby born ed I from Art Displays the Win-

Lionel: busily engaged at his Also) adding to the generally Installing equipment on the town' In Shailyrrevt llntpltal. Attending uton-Snlem! plant that was bought !

i, lelllng tamps, making out spruced-up appearance of Hamp four-acre recreational area at physician was Dr. J. M. out and transplanted here. It has I

,ey orders and sorting mail ton's business district Is the Pratt and Broad streets Ilcmbree, who de,ed We I- been cleaned oiled and, placed In' I II

a constant stream of patron newly-remodelled old bank build ,While no definite amount was neiHlay event a* the "unoffici position for .
ready Inspection by:
filed in and out of the neat ing' where Mr. and Mrs. Lamor- mentioned the three aldermen al opening" of Starke's new the public. '

building that now houses the eaux are opening ,a new enter- present indicated that the city medical facility. The official ,

pton post office. In addition prise. above are members of the Bradford County Future was ready to plunk down several opening mill take place several ba The started operation In a of small the plant next will t t
,ii regular duties Postmaster Mayor Watteraon who was pictured who second In the state-wide thousands of dollars to install weeks from now pending the way :
Farmer livestock judging team placed week when several Jobs that wereIn
.gins was accommodatingly in last year's article "rub- equipment and courts and would arrival of nome delayed equipment I
and also took second place at the Southeastern in
contest at the Tampa Fair production Wlnstnn-Salem
klnd of unofficial fish with !
,'lng as a, blnf up" worms the thereafter contribute generously
: last week From left to right will bo hare. Production
In Ocala completed
Hereford Show
bills for
[k, splitting up $20 misleading Inference that he spent to maintenance and improvements Father-of Shalycrest's Unit "
pton merchants who by the most of his time wooing membersof Maurice Edward. Jr., V. It. Ferguson advisor ,to the FFA chapter, "All we're waiting for," said baby In. a chief. petty officer In on new contracts for adverlng :

seemed to be doing all right the finny tribe with hook and Eldrldge Haycn" amt N. G. Hayes Jr. Young Edward won additional Councilman W. M. }Edwards "Is thou Navy. displays will begin as soon :

themselves In this o-called line was found busily engaged In honor by being high Individual scorer at the Hereford Show. for the citizens of the town to Miss Bertha Smith hospital 0,1 these unfinished. items are com

lying community". his combination work shop and tell us exactly what Is needed.! superintendent. Mated that both pleted.

Inevitably the subject of the water works. Actually his friendstell The other councilmen present were mother and child are "doing Henderson announced that Mrs.Mnrlnn .

ied "deserted village" news you, Mr. Watterson fishes a Annual Red Cross Drive LaunchedAt P. ?L. Bridges. and 1) A. Monteith. fine". II. Faulk of Jacksonville 1
has been named of
whole lot less than most of the' vlco-presldent
v came up and Mr. Wiggins Kirby agreed to submit to the
ilv showed that its harsh big business executives from the citizens' committee within a week Fire DepartmentHas the firm replacing Francis 8.

It still stung, even after' a city, who Infest the lakes around Rctarv; Dinner Monday Nighf drawings and siiKgcHtionn( that Ueneflcl who Is no longer eonnected .
Busiest with the firm. W. C. Faulk
a (of ten months. "I 'wrote the here every weekend. The fact ... will cull for tennis and shuffleboard !- Day I
denouncing Its unfairness," that he was "worm grunting"when I courts; swings; Ht'is-suws" ; will bit manager of the Florida
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ald, "and the editor replied the reporter arrived that Groundwork for the 1947 Red During the past year the chap-| climbing burs; slides; concrete Three separate blazes \ Plastics sales! office to ba openedIn
Cross Fund Drive in Bradford ter handled 102 veterans' claims, day Interrupted week of Innctlv- the! Greenloaf building In Jacksonville
In 1048 I.
was Just an-
1 he would publish a retractiond spring day slabs that can bo permanently .
Ity for the local fire department
County was laid at the Rotary involving compensation for sor < next week
write another article giving other coincidence like the pig marked off for many games superimposed I I t
Club when Mrs. W. R. vice-connected disabilities. It also and chalked up a record bURlnls-.1! ) li. II Ilnnkln! ,
true facts. But somehow I strolling across the street' at exactly Wednesday on each other, such an general manager
,'r got around to doing It." the wrong time. Morse executive secretary of the handled, 21 death claims relating hop scotch, volley ball, duck; ten- day for 1017. ,j of the plant stated that all persona i f

he jolly postmaster chuckled: Indicative of Increased business.: }focal chapter gave an enlightening: to Insurance burial expenses and nix, and other games by marking The department responded, to a ;| who have applied for Jobs I '
discussion! of the work carried on pensions. call at 1:31: P. M. and cxtlngulnb-j with Florida Plastics will be no- '. .
each In different color and f
Just so happened that while activity the Mayor's son, Frederick a ;
the both at home and ed the blaring roof of the colored titled within the next two weeks
by agency Present with tile executive secretary other facilities J
L young reporter' was talkingme a veteran of Navy service, I
abroad.D. lodge hall on Tenth street In If the application Is accepted.
a stray pig crossed the was busily engaged with preparations at the Rotary luncheonwere "11& a community recreational i
A. Montelth, 1047 Fund Reno. Spark from a nearby I ,
et first one I'd seen in for Installing garage service two Gray Ladles from the project leadership' Is the most I ins woods fire the ,I
Drive chairman, was present and Ignited shingles,
,ths'- but that's all the ex- In the Watterson shop Farmers To (QualifyFor II
local Mrs Bernard Lien- '
spoke briefly assigning various! chapter portant factor to It* success. but only a few squares were "
he needed to go away ande And not only In a business way members of the club portions of hart and Mrs. E. D. Tenloy, Klrby told his listeners. "Another burned due to prompt action by Soil Payment I :
that 'the traffic
: principle seem to be taking
does Hampton .
the down town district to canvass their uni the elty fire fighter
Wearing March 15th
n main street Is composed ofy on new life. Its churchesand dist/nctiv/ desirable condition.; he continued By !
during the' drive. He announced I forms- described t* the Ro A grass fire at Water and
tbey 11 ,
hogs and little pig rooting civic also complete cooperation and coordination '
organisations are ;
luturted. that. tee county' quota, in the their: Washington streets accounted for County: Axt X. MoClane riser/ '
tarlana voluntees" work
where1l'8rher!? on the up and tLP.ttThere ; cUl' en -i.rlve lout 4000. I 4n" between school and the the second call at IS 'P. M. 'There this week, reminded*} Bradford\ i;
A protestedWiggins
ust r, wasn't fair.pointed, *.curb** the !. no 4h'' tJoel'or' community In her Iscussjoo; of "home, ssrvie. -,.the Veteranaioppitat.4at Lakectpfiach.Tbrpdsatr.aftraeva Community Av4M"'dupUcatlon.of; 'wan no preps! Barn"ge'' farmer drift, MfadtaBJto: the d adJ...';..). ,,. t I, II,,
et'"Wby: *talc b li.r-tM > gatper'ln. r place",. J3o' I :*'; .-Mr ,.. I8.tted-- that In194&cfer4 .thrTnore It racfliafs"''afta V ***" the 'mists -"'1fii1'braJnbI;,rent'.Gt tilt tone line fo* *tuallf>rnW J ""'benefits ,! ,
said. article. But was stated Gray lAdy '
the Cdirtit ; under
disputed the
f llecl1.nJyI mum story House mile
U'a yurf waj the\PNtotl"t ** ,use out of equipment at room on a
volunteers .
you Juit a eooase little investigation disclosed to $4.000.n: Ilf 18.000 "quota., OIthte I are greatly neededMrs..Ernest !land..Tbe Council representativesaid south of town 'on the GainesvilleHighway for promotiftf. aoO'Duadtaf practices. .. ,
e.er'f" Colonel Bradford that the old ..ount.fontY'' |8 0was' sentto Phllllpa has recently'completed .
the Maale car
( itswas not decided to opposite
colorful flowera.i That yet
lid have, tak.n. a picture reporter* oft community house f Is ,still doing anda National Headquarters"" and the present at the Ute aarrse meeting.It but. was At, hire a :recreational director but tor residence accounted for the'deg In a letter to tome too tarmanUcCIana !
business ati.the same' stand t
if he had wanted to. Btttaoe remaining 3,30O was used locally.In announced left a foot In the door by.adding partment's' third 'cal Wednesday stated "For the put ties ,
| just wanted to show 'tie recently formed organization, addition to this a total *f '3.- was that* dinner that It would be done. Superintendent years some of the money at MM I
t aide." up the 3-H Club has frequent get- 900 was received from National, will be held i in the Methodist Recreation of Public Instruction Arthur at 7:30: P. M. The bias* la believed for Bradford County: ha* gone .

tven then the Tldwells were Injlr togethers there. True there I. so that the amount actually expended -I building Monday night McRae said he was very to have started from a back to the Government becausewe

yard breaking ground for no ,,regular theatre but religious in this county In 1946 was March 3. at 6:4& for key workersIn much In favor of cooperation and faulty flue. When the fire de have not earned It. For Instance i

Variety of flower that Mrs. motion pictures are frequently almost twice the total contributed- I the local Red Cross organization. coordination bt town and school partment arrived the entire attic In JM4. we earned approximately ;. ,
shown In the hall. the drive. II. F. J//[ ran. special field 117,000 while 3,000
'en likes to have on hand for during : facilities. and roof was afire but by using. I
| church and her friends. Robert Jennings tag inspector During 1946 financial assistance representative from the Atlanta The foul'-acre playground area was returned and used lit County I "
from the truck's
What about the 'too many for this district, and another new from the local chapter to area office will be the principal was purchased last year by the storage that earned more than their allo I ,
Is enthusiaitlo their families speaker. tanks and later forming a bucket cation."
resident of Hampton. veterans approximated "
Jies and too few people' that city from A. L. Alvarez for 11500: I
for the organization : most of which The annual meeting to which tho fire I
young Jacksonville reporterto over plans (3,000 and Is In the block bounded by brigade wan extinguished.There As explained by the County
about?" I asked! Roscoe of a Boy Scout Troop, andIt went to men hospitalized with ser-\ the general public la Invited will Pratt Center Lake and Broad are no water mains In that Agent this money Is. earned by i I
1 I.* hoped to convert the top vice-connect disabilities Mrs.j I bo held following tho dinner at growing cover
such lupine
r proprietor of one of HampZJ streets one block west of Temple area. The house Is owned by crops as
'. floor of the old, unused city Jail, Morse lltated.County 8 o'clock.Frozen. crotolarla .
J_ thriving grocery' stores. avenue two blocks south of BHS Simon Tryson colored, and dam. cowpeas beggar. I
Into a meeting place. (Should be weed, oats,. etc. the use of lime
nat's a good Joke. he laugh. I .. In addition( to being centrally lot ; ,
"But It made us kind of sore good," material for an editorial in To Condemn Oranges cated. the syuare a c 1 care a an d age was about fifty percent supurphosphate, fertilizers where t :
I the that since it Is said that :new needed'. "M
time. Why people carne level and has good drainage r -t of pnature I, I 1
V from all parts of the state boys who have Scout trainingever Borrow Pits For Believed CauseOf Mrs. Maggie Green grasses and- clovers; clearing land I I

pingfor those empty houses land up In Jail). Bridge ConstructionA Child's Death August Bockelman for pastures; mowing pastures. to ,
article talked about. They Hampton churches are active, Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie control weeds) planting pine ( I i .

d to think they could buy also, and on this particular Sat special meeting of the Boar d Robert F. Noegel aged four son Victim of PneumoniaAugust Green, 60 who died! Monday, F<'b. trees; and other recommended

for a song and move 'em urday afternoon several citizens of County Commissioners was hell d of Ernest P. and Rose Noegel 24, at her home near Starke, practices. !

J. They were mighty sur were enthusiastically putting one I Tuesday because of the urgenl t died Tuesday afternoon at his Bockelman 85 a resl.I were held Tuesday afternoon at "Last year many farmers Intended

cd and disappointed to finde of the three neat church buildingsIn need to secure, borrow pits anc home north of Starke. Death was I dent of Stark since 1923 died 2:300'clock: In the Hoiitdraln Baptist to enter their farms la the) i
was exactly ONE vacant shape for a forthcoming re rlghts-of-way required for new attributed to intestinal toxaemia Monday night In the Gainesville Church The Rev. C. C. Harris .

|w in Hampton at that timeIt rival bridge construction on Hlghwa y as a result of eating frosen or- hospital following an attack of was officiating minister and 194ft program but waited too late '
from the now pneumonia.Mr. burial was In Dyal Cemetery under to sign up," McCIane stated. .
was in such bad repair Again I quote 200 by the Duval Engineering A angesi The child was 111 only one f "
no one could live In, It. But famous article: Contracting Company. day. Bockvlman cam to the the direction of Key McCabe "About 800 derived these benefit: t ,

1 that one has been 'fixed up whole houses stand vacant County Attorney R. A. Greer Funeral services were held at United States from Germany at Funeral Home, Jacksonville.Mrs. last year but so far'only ISO ; ,

Is occupied now Mr, May and ghostly like grim sentinels instructed to Institute and the graveside in the ago of 20 and until his retirement Green was a lifelong resident have signed' up for 1947. If you P f I
was Thursday Crosby I
''W1Iy..there'd'be a' lot of of a forgotten era of pros within 10 days condemnation in 1923 was a carpenter In of Bradford County and a wind to have your farm included r ,
houses 'built If folks: could perity." complete proceedings against all Lake Cemetery with the Rev. L. New York City. He was a member member of the Baptist Church. In the new program pleas come '

I materials" he declared. "Phooey", says Colonel Brad- of designated lands who. D. Halnes, pastor of the First of the Lutheran Church. Survivors Include two daughters by the County Agent's office In :

!>* It was certainly easy to !lave owners not as yet submitted deed' Bnptlat Church o!! Starko officialluff. lie Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Lavonla GrlfflM Starke thou courthouse before March 1'. \ j I

lUiat instead of "drying up and ford.Hampton I Isn't "drying up and ''to the county. 'I+ DWltt C. ''Jones' Funeral Mrs. Henrietta Warren of Maple- and Mrs Mary R. Brown, Grove-I I am sure that every farm in the i '

Ing away" (again to quote blowing away". Work is now' under way on a Hume was In charge of arrange- Ftoad-on-lhe-Hudxon, N. Y., and land; two sons, Jacob G. Greenof I county can benefit by psrtlclpat-, l
I article) Hampton and the I It's "filling up and going to concrete bridge over Santa merits by a daughter-in-law. Mrs. Vera IJthla and Willie! K. Green of I big In the program and I arc* .L 1

ftry immediately around ,it stay!", ___ new River on Route 200. Other lips Ilockelman of Long Inland N Y. Starke: two sisters Mrs. Rlnora all farmer to let ,us know their ,
Fe which work: is scheduled In ad'Ution' to parents the Mr. Ilockelman wan attracted to Bennett of Jacksonville, And Mrs. Intentions at the earliest. possibledate i !
bridges on lad Is survived by four brothers, 'Susie Johnson Lake butler ," he concl dnll. I .
>l Moore Describes 30-Minute "Night" to begin early in March are Leonard and Rrne P. Noegel Starke while! making a tour of {, t'
south Florida seeking an agreeable location
Iison Creek
the one over Alligator Jr., and and Murhee 4'I I
Billy Sammy !
: During South Pole Expedition oftown, one Just south of the and by two sisters Ernestine and to spend his years of re Local Barber Builds House Single-Handed, : ;
and two north of tirement. He first made his home "
look as if Nelson Moore,, is now headed for Sydney Australia Starke Lawtey.Airport Edna Noegel, all of Starke. with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williamsat Hauling Much of Material on His Bicycle ; I; r ;;L.I'
her of the and reaching there Hotel and .' ," _
crew of the V33 upon the Magnolia r 1'
fltuck. one of the Navy ships will leave soon for the States Rites Held SundayFor malned with them throughout hU "Give any man hammer and chases. have been local from Quiff- }Jfly t i I \ I

fmpanylng Admiral Byrd on In his\ Interesting letter dated Denmark Draws 23 years In Starke. -He was an nails." says Errol Alvarez local & Davis, ,and the Soutll.I'II"{ ., d. I t I I
E. M. Rosier ; ,
b.rber.Hand he can build alome. Lumber Company, but he' ,f
South Polar expedition will January 19 Nelson stated: Deferred SentenceClaude excellent cabinet maker and from rantiy 11,1 i
." Making no claim to any ed over a bit of In JVV.1
territory 'L"
an In this 'I !
opportunity to thaw out "This Is quite a trip down here. Ellison M. Rosier lifelong resident I time to time was employed
sooner Denmark, 40 pled guilty considerable experience In car. determined and successful efforts] ''J i I
than he and I capacity. you I
about every day of Ratford. died last Saturday I
It snows ,
A. entry, Mr. Alva,. last November to overcome the shortage which I
January 19 Nelson wrote his there Is ice everywhere you look. Monday before Circuit Judge after an extended illness. Fun- :
began construction of a nine were particularly evident when
h* : I
T J. Moore of HeUbronn When we are out away from the Z. Adklns to the charge of eral services were held at 4 p. m. Legion Will Elect room one-story residence at began the house. 1i 1.ii ,"f

that "It is hard to say coast we see lots of Icebergs, "assault with Intent to commit Sunday with the Rev.. John Bray I Officers For Year Orange and Lafayette and Is now Mr. Alvarez says that this I* 'l'.j"I jj

When we will get back to the some three or four times a* big murder". Decision of the court otrlcl.tlngPa bearera were Otis bringing> the sturdily-built attrac-1 his second. house, and that h* a'?,

," I guess ,some time In as the ship and in next to the a sentence deferred day today Crawford. Hubert ,Johnson C. E. Annual election for all offices Ive structure toward the pointof I "learned the most about carpen. I !f':' I a, ', '
'f"t '! coast It Is a solid pack of ice. and term to term meaning Johns. W. H. Morgan- and R. R. in Post SO, the American Legion completion. A good bit of, terlnr on the first one. "A small J I i \ .

rdlnl tgr.: S800clated Presschez shines most all the that time Denmark Is hailed Morgan. has' been announced for Tuesday work remains In which he will farm home, north of Starke was J j ?" '
"The sun any
thla* week, however time and I can't get used to not before the Judge within his lifetime I I In addition te his wife he is .larch 11. All members are urged require the services of licensed'' completed, several years ago and r 1. ,Ir( 0'

Byrd 'and his expedition I night time. The sun and found guilty of law- survived by his mother Mrs. M. to be present and Join In a electricians and plumber; but up I, has been ...Id." The new house 'f y t 't t.1
baking ,' having any 30 treaklng this sentence can be applied C. Rosier of Ralferd; two brother representative. vote for post Commander to now Errol has "about done It I: Is being constructed for apart .. ,! :
e a hurried exit from goes down about midnight and at the discretion of the ,, J. S. Rosier of Jacksonville, adjutant and other keyposltlons all," including even the delivery'' manta and for his own residence. 0''(", -/ r.' J ;

America to escape a huge :minutes later It comes up again! court. and T D. Rosier of Ralford; and of some of the smaller strips of The owner-builder may turn for 1,: t J, I

pack that was threatening to The only way we know It Is 'nIght While Intoxicated Denmark on,I'Mrs. Johnny YarbrougH of Hal- At last Tuesday's meeting R. lumber on his trusty bicycle assistance. l to his brother-In-" f I .. I .. i II

them In. Reports from Nel- I tlnW 1 III when they turn out all the night of Thursday December tford. \. and Floyd Green were named It hasn't been easy Errol has Allen Johns in the palntln. and ; I ,

aI11P. the Currltuck. western and that Is the signalto 19. entered the yard of Dewey'r Mr. Rosier was a member of the leleftates to attend the State convention barbercd part-time at the Bradford he'll not attempt final wiring and j. :

Up of the the lights Williams local house painter and Blue Lodge .Mason to be held at Miami April Barber Shop and devoted all\ other Installations But for the I', ,

task force said go to bed. .t him with a shotgun Williams Interment was at the Sapp 13 Lewis Drake and A. L. Crosy his other day to actual construction .I most part, the construction I'a a 4, t ,
-l'1\lng. fired
of harsh Antartio Nelson will be discharged from returned the fire and Den- Cemetery, with the Wilson Funeral I> were appointed alternates.A or to the not infrequently one-man Job. A* Errol himself 7

that Men visible everywhere, the Navy this summer and expects mark\ was hospitalized: for a time Home of Lake City la charge of social period was enjoyed at ardous tuk' of finding nails and I suggests, any man who want to 'j$.' \t

flying I weather was steadfng. to return to the Moor farm with a wound In'the abdomen the arrangements. .he close ol the meeting other ma .r1aI.. Moat of his pur- can build hi own horn. ., I f f1',

TIle task group at HeUbronn. ,:, : .


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children . Brooker Sunday afternoon. tier Mrs.
Many are not taught as aunt Alice Jon
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH they should be to fear God and Ervin Trlest spent Saturday Thomas and Eva Mae
! One Woman'sOpinion\ to keep his commandments. We Theressa with 'Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Eiland taez[ Neel. Eetty Henry,'n1
EIotablblht'd 1871K. would not dare to kill, we would By EMae Trlest at Mldlakes. Wolfe and Georgia
L. !Matthew _.___ Editor and Ownn consider that an unforgivable sin . . . Mrs. W. It. Hall and children visiting Miss Maggie )11IIIJ11
and yet when Ood handed down Emma Jean and Carlou, left Friday 3tarke Sunday afternoon
Pabllsbed Weekly on Frlduyn. and Entered n.. Second Class Matterat the tablets to Moses, the com Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fetzer and night for Plant City to visit Everyone is urged to ,
'p Florida. mandments were written one under children, and Edward Lee. of MI- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe church: services at the an
the I'oet Office lit Starke. &
By BlUee KOMHWe the other and one Is no greater ami spent the weekend here with Padgett Mr. Padgett Is ill. :Church: Sunday at HAM >
STARKE'S NEW INDUSTRY READY TO CO sin than the other.I their uncle D. J. Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane and r:30: P. M. Sunday .choijtL1
Beginning next Monday Starke will enter upon a newpha.e are all well aware that the Am glad that I can say I go family and their aunt. Mrs. Alice family and Miss Mary Rhoden of it 10 A M. and BTU at 6:30 P
Ali ?4 i in its development-an industrial phase.On beginning of many things In a to my church. I'm glad too that Jones. Jasper spent the weekend here The Rev. Webb of CrMB c,
is the person's life la in the home: It 1s I get my children there. I decided Mr. And Mrs. W. W. FackhanJ with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Swin Springs will conduct the '
the plant that now occupying
that day new there that the child's character one cold day last.winter to start I and Mrs. Annie Trlest and grand-l Sunday school at the sanl
will into production dell.Miss
original Rlandin-r Center building go first takes form. And It is there and to take the children and I've daughter. Beverly Trleat, spent Elizabeth Phillips of Jacksonville Army Camp will be conducted<
In a comparatively small way to begin with emplovin1around ; that he learns the things that will'gone every Sunday since when It Sunday In Gainesville with relay pent the weekend here 3 I P. M. Sunday afternoon ,
,* 50 workers! the enterprise is expected to grow rapidlyand make him or break him; that will I was at all possible. I have to get lives. with her father. D. J. Phillips and iveryone Is Invited to atteJ1d.VEEKEND .
, 1. ? will ultimately employ 300 or perhaps more workers I make him dependable and atrong up early. I have to be sure that I Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bradley and
The management of Florida Plastics will hold open i or unreliable and a weakling. I my house is clean and all the children Dale and Barbara of I -
house next Monday night and the public is invited to comein th'nk' the first and most Important clothes laid out on Saturday night Starke spent Saturday afternoon
' ''f and take a look at Starke's new industry. It will be a teachings of a child should be t land most of the time I fix partof here with. Mr and Mrs. Ben Lopor. \ SPECIALSSAPP'S
1: revelation to many to see the vast changes thathave, taken I about relig-on this one thing so dinner Sunday morning but we I :Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Milliken

d place within thi building in the past two or three months often is neglected and wrongfully get there. You know the funny and children Silvia and Glen of .. .. .. .. .
about It U that that I Ocala. the weekend herewith
drink part now spent
to eat hamburgers, ao.I
Rooms where GIs once gathered
fully realize that there are a her Mr. and Mrs A.
have gotten started and have got- parents,
beer and play pin ball machines are now filled with a vnstarray t lot of who do their '
parents get
l ten used to It, I find it Is a pleasure. L. Sullivan.
i of intricate machinery that will soon be turning out, children off to Sunday School on Why. I look forward to that Mr and Mrsi: D. L. Raley and STARLING'S
lye beautiful advertising displays and novelties for sale throughout Sunday morning and think that In as I used to the Saturday show family were shopping! In Keystone &
the United States. doing so they are doing what Is when I-was a kid.' I figure it this Heights Saturday.W. :
This is the first industry its kind in Florida and I best for the child, but ah bow way. God is one friend that won't 3. 3lbey and MM. DelAney STORE GROCERY
w Starko is proud to claim it as our own. No more ideal Industry wrong they are. Children ,should turn hid, back on you, he's always Dickinson were-'among those attending -
could be found for. our little city, for the operation of, go to Sunday School I will admit there day and nlgrht.. He lias giv the/ singing!! convention laWilKarrisori
Florida Plastics is clean, comparatively noiseless, odorless,,'j| but not alone. It'. all well and Ore and a?lot and H*has the power I 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. CaD St
: good to send Johnny or :Mary oft W t KI'Na'laJl that'tW ha*given/ '
for number of
and will offer congenial employment a large
in I to church but they should not go lilt; Eftff f!. t went' tit Be irt his"' 1 Friday & Saturday Feb. 28 March 1 1II'
who have had difficulty finding good
women, always alone. Mther and daddy ought tc fsVorfA tJlltt tntf keep" mal
l Job here. be along too. Have you ever seen SlwilflU! ; tU<< I/as1 gHvtW-' anf my1ttfldreW f Ectr'iec S arvhceL t
,Again we my-welcome,. Florida Plastics!1'May our new a child who wasn't eager to do Ahf> it if up tv m* to i >jI' .J" ., 16 Oz. Blue Plate : 10 PoundsPotatoes
,' industry grow.and prosper, bringing likewise growth and I what they have seen>their grownups i fflatftr titonT rtn" yoimg'& rt ir' artf'# Electrical
1.1 prosperity to the town. dot No and neither have I. women. ,I will do my best I will : 'iF"epniraand' MAYONNAISE43c
They are the same in' this: too. show them the way and If' they' House Wiring" II' t
4 LATEST NAZI PLOT SHOULD AWAKEN CONGRESSIf One of God' commandmentswas turn away from my teachings I' ..
anything was needed to bolster up the pleas of those "Remember the Sabbath Day shall knoW that It was not because FREE ESTIMATES
.. .. .. .. .. 35c
1 and keep It Holy" but far _too
t I'failed to do part.
1 who are urging some form of universal military training, my )j
the exposure this week of a formidable new Nazi under- many days this Is forgotten. I Temple& Lake Service Sta.
The TELEGRAPH carried
know that it Is nice to sleep late now I
ground movement should certainly turn the trick. on Sunday or maybe It is the only complete stocks of India Inks and I Phone 179 Starke, Fla .
Hundreds of diehard Nazis were arrested by the Allied day you can have breakfast with howcard colors. 1-4 Colors Prlo-' Grade A Western

i Military' Government after a swift round-up of a reputed your husband. So you get the ... .. Prince AlbertTOBACCO
a Germany-wide underground movement which claimed havea ,I[children ready and shoo them off .
I a secret! bacteriological weanon with which it hoped to restore to Sunday School and they go be- Any Radio Repaired .-- $2.00PLUS CHUCK
fkrmany's armed might. I I cause they think they have to be-

1'7 The exposure only proves what most intelligent people cause mom said so and they do ( PARTS) ROAST
l have always believed: that the Nazi seed is still firmly implanted -I I I not realize nor are they taught Phonograph Parts and Service ,
i in and will. burst into and shown the example that this 9c each
Germany full bloom again stimates and Tube Testing FREE! i
T Is a day set aside by God to give
aa soon as Allied military government is relaxed.
thanks for our many blessings.A All Work Guaranteed 90 DaysBrown's 35c lb.
;t; It is significant that this startling bit of news came lot of parents too. are always
at a time when President Truman. Secretary of State Marshall -
ready to go to some sort of a
and Secretary of War. Patterson are renewing their meeting where they talk and discuss Radio ServiceRear
i + i pleas for some'form of universal military training. anything In general. Theyare Pure Black Fresh Country
How Congress can continue to turn thumbs down on an eager for these but when Sun- Bus Station Temple Ave. & 10th St. "
:h' intelligent program$ of training in' the face of strong appeals day morning comes they just can't
i from'the Chief Executive, the heads of the-Army and Navy seem to make the grade.I Pepper.Eggs

1.. departments and even the people themselves must always might- be foolish In some of EARN While You LEARN FLY
i remain-. mystery.' A, recent Gallup poll indicated that a my beliefsbut when I believe In to
!' 'najority of the people are just as much fn favor of a anything, I believe In it with my '
k :;TaW or nniversal training today as tn y'were immediately pro- whole heart. That' just the way lOc I 49c Doz.

,,, after the war: I to am a1 class about meeting church.ori If Wednesday J. can go On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS -

It Is a poor commentary"op) our democratic form of night then I can go to church': "I -
It'Overtmt'tn1then'! : a; feW misguided Congressmen can, en- Sunday morning. If I can't go to Great l4orthernBah
rfnge ttHd, feciiritp: otfouir nation and defy he will of natftnat church then' Just _'1'find time W* are no Approved' for' the! following HEINZ'
leaders a* well'N the people who',elected them to ofj for the socials'.,,i My;mother>> al cotirmfe; ? '
fice. u Y ,.;. ?, -? wage taught the that if I was go. Basic Ground : Primary and' Advanced t .Food'eansE
)j ",._fight'for a*training program undoubtedly be Ing to": Jo" anything, to do1 a good .-Also :
wagetln Flying Private. Com"-
Congress In thar next few months, *mJ) it tit nj*' f6: fob of If 8om of my beliefs let : mercial! and, ,
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tbs. people to demand, its enactment. If Congress is"insp.d :. my me'first dbwrf time now yet antfthfrf' N'Jt'lItvmYo but I Have: Courses. Approval No. 56 O. .___-_.:,, '-- :E 3 for 25c ; 2 Ibs.29c.'
able) b1Unk
oft h& thilf thing& through for itself)without being forttKe meA '. ,
; .' +ale/y d Jkye' purely l political considerations, there must be : lOt' catf :J t -
or pdbptf; tkl c Anyone
11Mb (Mf MMhlnir.frottf til*sideUnes Class Room Instruction T & Thu '
ti per : can Jay thlf'| should' be' done es. : .. 'We
and thltt h'tmi4 tit,_dOI'l4' They I !
TOQ t MAYO't' 'DIfl rU(YG SCENES: ; I believe,ml Ov* a id" UVaimeVtrouble 'of Nights 7:30 P. M. I ,; "- -
t ,> it 'flfrgVf numBeV' of thoughtful movie-goers': will agree or'grief art alt'too wining ? A- Fresh'Supplyof ,
Wt OT n'ttetftY'wIth' the action taken1 recently by a Federal to fall down on their knees to him CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE .
i Gran,Jury in Chicago which expressed the conviction that in prayer but when they'are happyand ,/ Cookies2forl3c ProduceAt
there are too many drinking scenes in the movies, and urged have all they need they fall PHONE 147 OR 32
t the film industry to correct the situation. to give1 thanks for their blessings. i Good

ii tick The jurors sent a letter to Eric A. Johnston president They stand in shocked horrorat CONWAY AIRPARK I
countries where God Is not Prices
Syr of the Motion Picture Producers of America, saying they known and yet they forget to

were "impressed: with the large number of criminal cases in teach God in their own home, The I ....
rr which intoxicating drink plays a large part. children may know of him,_but Is .
q "Multitudes of young people and children who attend it taught to them? Are they -
the motion pictures are faced with portrayal of drinking taught: the right from the wrong?
5 scenes in almost ever picture," the letter said, and this "ex-
; erta a tremendous influence in their accepting and adopting Refreshing lunch have Coke
drinking babits.'which; in many cass lead to crime." a'

.' The Jurors, acting independently and with no official r.
h status, asked Mr.. Johnston to "take steps to improve this sit- ;

uation by eliminating or reducing to a great extent the I SwIARAI
e drinking scenes in motion pictures."
S There is little if any objection, of course, to drinking
scenes of the type shown in movies such as "The Lost Week-
y end*" where< wholesale drinking is1' portrayed in an objection- t1 _
S' 'ble light but what Is denounced is the other type of drink- ISWH.
:, ;'ig sceno .which is found in far too'' many movies where S ,
t finking is depicted as the "smart" thing to do, especially AFTER YOU EAT ONE Of

>a ,mong young people. Also; far too often the drinking scene OUR MEA1S -
,5 is used for humorous effect, making the drunkard a sympathetic : -
S rather than an objectionable character.

1f There are so many wonderful possibilities in the movies HILL'SCOFFEE
rl for entertainment and instruction that there is no excuse SHOP
for them to make such over-extensive use of this worn-out: .
if'' theme. Thoughtful people! throughout the nation should 151 WEST CALL ST. I

add their influence to the movement started by the Chicago STARK FLA. .. ,. iff
:! grand jury.

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.-, rnUtV.IRY 28. 1047 BRADFORD COUNTY TRLEGRAPH.. STARK1 FI/lRfteA P401. -..

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. . were Mr. and Mrs. John Turneyand . . . . . I
Barber MovesTo Jacksonville Tuesday of last week I
daughter, Mary Carol and I Shop I
Farm Mr. and Mrs. Charles! Turney and LAWTEYMy \ BrookerBy New LocationThe to attend the funeral of Mrs. Alvarez Tailor-Made
tate uncle, Irvin COVr.JS
daughters, JoAnna and Margaret Johns. SPAT II
111""'. ,uryan ,\hit fin!Id all of Jacksonville. The School :Mm. T. W. !Markey Bradford Barber will Mr. Johns was a former real-
1 e . Shop L.t I :
e. .
.r r e e .
Mrs. Creed Wooden of Chattanooga 41 . be open for business at Its new dent of Bradford County and was
MI'SOX BABY Tenn., and her little visitor The regular meeting of the! Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stokes, Call street! location this week-end, the son of the late Perry and
and Mrs. O. B. Thompson Margie Joyner of Columbia Lawtey School Parent-Teachers accompanied by her parents of Proprietor R. L. Morgan has an- Leila Kite Johns. of this county. I .t
the birth of their... daugh- S. C., were visitors of Mr.\ and Association wag Wednesdaay Rlverdale, Md., were guests here nounced. The four-chair shop will
'inM 18. Tuesday( of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. offer the services of Mr. Morgan, lie had reached the age of 00 and !
Sue, February Mrs. J. R. Parker from Thursday afternoon of last week In the I I II
Rebecca Russ. I Rome J. Andrews, Louln had made his home with his
4 her marriage Mrs Thomp- until Tuesday. Additional guests school auditorium. Mrs. G. RedlIngan" I
Miss Clarice Rosier I lot Mr. and Mrs. Parker Sunday Roberts presided over the Guaranteed permanent 93 with' Errol Alvarez. daughter, Mrs. A. H. Cruce In f
VM (night and Monday were Harold in?. A'I set Hart' Beauty Salon, Starke.| Previously on Court street the !Jacksonville for many years
and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were Wooden Jr., and C. L. Clayton of Guaranteed Permanent $3 Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Stokes and concern has moved to 125 West I Besides Mrs. Cruce, he is survived All Work Guaranteed
and Mrs.
,, guests of Mr. children Call, next to the Starke Hotel.
Ight Chattanooga who also accom- sat Hart's were visiting Mr. and
McIntosh Sunday. Beauty Salon. Starke. by another daughter, :Mra. WARD SEAT I
McBae In panied Mrs. Wooden to Florida, Mrs. Sanford Hicks in Starke ,
Ralph Cox andters.dCyn having come to attend the motor- and Mr. and Mrs. John Trlbula. Jr.. Sunday. Irvin Johns DiesMr. Perry Newsome of Lawtey, ; two COVER CO.
son, Jlmmle
and Frlscllla, cycle races In Daytona Beach. Thompson of Guests of Mrs. Lottie Edwards sons, Johnnie Johns of Miami, and I
ve Oak .P<">' the put week-I With their guests and with their Buffalo, N. X., are visiting her Sunday Included her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarec and' Perry Johns of West Palm Beaoh; GAY'S BKUVICE STATION
irlth Mr. and Mrs t%. H. Cox. little daughters Clarissa and An- parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Star-I and Mrs. F. M. Norman, of Van- their friend Mrs. Harold Saukukof and a brother, Jeff Johns of I Phase 10 Onset MarftaM M*.
ring the past week Mr.I drea, Mr and Mra. Parker spent ling. I derbilt; her sister, Mr*. Eugene Otter Creek, Maine, were In Starke.
,ell Baxley of Tallahassee Monday at Silver Springs.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Starling are, Ellis of WorthIngton Springs; -
d her parents, Mr. N d Mrs. I and Mrs. Johnnie B. Johns visiting their son and daughter- and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman,
Yarbrough. in-law Mr. and Mrs. D. W Star of Vanderbilt.
get Martin Griner, Jr., left:and children visitors of of Kingsley Mr. and Villagewere Mrs. ling in Orlando. Later In the Mrs. Wilson Russ Miss Joyce {
Jay for Camp Jackson, Cols Ernie week they will visit Mr. Starling's Atkinson, and J. B. Russ were
C., to receive his reatTof Yarbrough Sunday. brother, J. E. Starling, In Bartow. visitors to Starke Thursday of last
Wednesday of last week Mr. Mla Marguerite Wainwright of''week.'

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. and Mrs. W. O. atrtngfellow! and Florida State College for Women, Mra. R. T. Hargroves and
during the past weekend their young granddaughter, Mar. Tallahassee, spent Sunday and daughter, Lucy, of LaCrosse, were
1 got Barkley, were dinner guestsof Monday.here with her parents, visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mar
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Saturday Mr. and Mra. T. L. Wainwright. key Monday night. II.
ARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Miss Melba. Stringfellow and they B. C. Wilkinson, Jr., is spend- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes of .
had mid-day dinner with W. L. ing a few days with his parents, Melrose were visiting Mr. and
Wall.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Wilkinson. He Mrs. Gent Stokes here Thursday .
and Mrs. P, 8. Crews and is connected with the U. S. Engineers of last week. rl"J 1
their son Spencer accompaniedby and recently returned from Special! $15 Kol-Wave now $lat "
f Bill Rivers of Graham and little South America where he was on Hart's Beauty Salon Stariu
Miss Patricia Willard spent duty for several months. Mrs. Mary Dampher ef Gainesville .
last weekend with Mrs. Emma Herman E. Frazier of Knoxville attended Church of Christ "" AID4'"
Rivers in Auburndal Tenn., is. spending some time here services here Sunday. SPRINGS VIV"LAWAnA,
Weekend visitors of Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Saaaer. Inman Harrison of Raiford was MIA" iVDIt t
Mrs. C. D. Sellers were Mrs. C. Forty students of the Lawtey a business visitor here last week. r'
W. Sellers of Ashford. Alabamaand Junior High School attended the Mr. and Mrs. Coon Tyler of Orlando I
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sellers and Rubinoff concert In Starke Fri were guests of Mr. and Mrs. r
their nephew Foster of Dothan, day afternoon of last week. Mrs. Henry Hodge recently.
Alabama. Joyce Futch and Miss Dorma Mr. and Mrs. T. W,. Markey,,
Mrs. Claude Howard and Allen Oriffls accompanied the group. Malcolm Lewis and John William
Wallace of Sanford and Mrs. Mae Special 915 Kol-Wavo now $10 Green were In Starke Friday afternoon
Dickens of Starke were visitorsof at Hart's Beauty Solon, Starkv. of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Stringfel- Mrs. E. M. Futch and son, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster was the: i51 ;llItLWW
PHARMACIST low Saturday evening. Floyd, were called to Macclenny guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pln-
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier returned Monday to be with Mrs. Futch's holster in Jacksonville recently.
hone 64 STARKE Thursday from Miami where she mother Mrs. Harvey, who is seri- Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and 4 lei ,tF. tiP II I
ously ill. W. O. Rimes. were shopping in
had visited her sons and their families .
n-the-Minit ServiceISTART for three weeks.Graham. H. C. Wainwright, who Is un- 'Gainesville Tuesday.Cemetery I I Ia I
dergoing treatment In Alachua I I I

.. v 5.55555.5.5 County Hospital, Gainesville, spent WorkingThere
Wednesday with his family. will be a working at the
'I Miss Elizabeth Padgett of Jacksonville Sapp Cemetery near Raiford next ,,.. SRlLE
G ,,, I pt
spent Sunday visiting her Tuesday. March 4, and everyoneinterested s 1 :
: By Mrs. John McKlnney friends In Lawtey.
\ many is urged to be present .
a . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker of "
with to
tools according an announcement
fli\ Jacksonville Beach were weekend( this week Mrs. J..
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Hess and by .ee tl{ ,
guests of her parents, Mr. and
children of Hampton Lake were C. Jones, of Raiford, project a Il
,. Mrs. A. H. Harley.
Ill, In Brooker Sunday. chairman.
visiting The guest speaker at the First I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughtonand Methodist Church of Lawtey Sunday "
THE BALL children and Mrs. Hilllard was the Rev. S. I. Hendrix of DOUGHNUTS
OLLING TO HEALTH Broughton were guests of :Mr Alachua. He la accompanied by

BY BOWLING Starke and Mrs.Sunday.Mrs. John. Strickland in Mrs.two children.,S. I. Hendrix They Jr.were, and guests her 9 Super Sale Days' Feb. 27 thru March 1 "3 ''t i

Hilliard Broughton re- of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch while I
UR ALLEYS,ARE turned to her home here this here., I .. I I" \, ,
week after spending 10 days in Charles Shqfljd of Virginia is i M1FRESH ,.
100TII AS GLASS 1 cf .Oirthd:3Y
.... .. amp ton wtth hr lIOn, B. visiting' hla/Tbrothjr, John Shu- Spe : IB fm SSOSSfV T I
it .Broughton ford, this week.J. Price, List ,
Mrs. Hilllard Broughton. E. R. King has moved here with
Broughton and John McKinney. his family from Live Oak. We 12 Pages Newspaper Size, J
In Macclenny Thurs- welcome them to town. The '
were visiting our Store. I a
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day of last week. children entered Lawtey Junior I LAPPE BAKERY
High School this week. II
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ribbons at THE TBLB- 1 1It's
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Griffin Celebrate Recent Brides Visitors Honored Two HonoredAt Mrs. W. E. Plummer Ryan-Wainwright

Golden Wedding Anniversary At Home Friday Honored at Shower I At Buffet SupperI Birthday Party Honored At PartyMrs. Mr. and Mrs. N C tyain

Miss Garnlta Hutto was hostessat I Mr. and Mrs B L. Matthews' Mrs, Ira Wilson and Claude Wm. E. Plummer waa honor of Penney Farm announce
her home Thursday evening of t and Miss Madge Middle ton enter- I Prevatt were honored on their guest at a pasty given by Mrs.S. marriage of their daughter Ifai:
last week when she gave a miscellaneous | talned at supper Thursday even- 'respective birthday anniversaries E. Sparks on Wednesday of last to T. D. Ryan Jr, on Febl'Ul"
shower for two recent: : ing of last week, at the home of Saturday night, Feb. 15, from 7:30( week at her home on Lafayette 6. Mr. Ryan is a prominent t....
fcrldcs, Mrs. S. G. Denmark and I the former on Church Street, hon- II to 11:30: o'clock at the home of Street Potted plants and arrangements er at Doctor's Inlet In Clay i C:
Mrs. Robert Barksdale.Cut II oring Mr. and 1 Mrs. Lloyd Lewis Mrs Lester Slade of Hampton, of azaleas were used ty and Mr.\ and Mrs. Ryan win
flowers and potted plants I of Wilmington Delaware, house 'slater of Mrs. Wilson. in decorating. at home there after l\larrh I

were used effectively to decoratethe t 1 guests of Lt.-Col. and Mrs. T. T. I The Slade home was beautiful! During the delightful social hour
large living room where Miss t Long. I decorated with sweet peas, baby Mrs. S. G. Denmark won a box of; Jr. Woman's Club

Hutto entertained her guests with I Gladioli azaleas, and greenery breath fern and potted plants. stationery in a word-forming con-
several unusually clever contestsand !I were used In decorating the lower The guests were Invited Into test and Mrs. Dan Hazen won The Starke Junior WOllIl1!
games. Among those win- floor of the Matthews home. the dining room where the table) bath, powder in a telegram contest Club will hold its regular m0mi

ning prizes were Mrs. Gladys Har- Supper was served buffet styled was covered with an embroidered using the contestants' names meeting Thursday night, Mares
rington Mrs. Edwin Williams, an from the lace-covered dining cloth and centered with a large to form the message at .7:30 o'clock In the club bUiJling' ;<
Miss Barbara Home. table, which was centered with an birthday cake holding candles. The honoree was presented Hostesses will be Mrs,
w. Lovely gifts for each honoree arrangement .of gladioli and daf- Valentine cactus and narcissi were a pink and white striped umbrella man Register, Jr., Mrs j. p
N also used the table. filled with many attractive gifts. Wainwright, and Mrs R GICIdi
were presented in a novel manner fodils. Tall yellow burning candlesIn on
by Miss Hutton slater, Mrs. Carolyn sliver holders balanced the cen- After a number of games and The hostess, assisted by Mrs Jr.
M. F. Hazen, served open-faced
Kinney tral piece: contests the hostesses, Mrs. Les-
: sandwiches, Individual cakes, ind
Delicious refreshments of sandwiched Following supper the guests ter Slade''' and Mrs. Claude Pre-
: fruit punch to the following
Individual cakes, iced In played bridge. vatt. served delicious refreshments guests: Have
pink and white, and fruit punch Present .with, Mr and Mrs. to the following guest: Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. Luclla
'were served by the hostess, assisted Lewis and the hosts were Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Denmark, Mrs. Wesley Ward. Mrs. Dan Hazen, Mrs. your portrait

Mr. and Mr T. 4. Griffin are pictured above at their Golden by her sisters, Mrs. KInney and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs T. T. Long, Andrews, Mr. and] Mrs. Phil- : James Dennis, Mrs. Resale Colson, madein
1 Wedding anniversary .....-..ratlon held. at their home here lat Friday. Mrs. Shellle Hall, and Misses Mr. and- .{rs. L. D. Vining, Mr. lip Studer, Mr. and Mrs. T. C Mrs. Leslie Biggs, Mrs Dorothy the
Sharon Hall and Car- Chastain, Mr. and Mrs.
Virginia and Mrs. J. Fred Guy, and John Lem
-Photo by Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop. Reese, Mrs. Clifford Hazen, Mrs.
I 1 michael. H. Powell. Brown, Mrs. Wlllard Wynn, Mrs Freeman Register, Jr.,. Mrs. Ted
: About 35 guests) were present Lizzie McKinney Mrs. Walter
Simmons, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, of
; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Griffin of the table were Mrs. J. H. Rltch I to enjoy this lovely party.MillerShipman Birthday Dinner Underhill Mrs. Nlram Wynn Mr Mrs. Billie Jackson, Mrs. Gene your own. home
and Mrs. A. J. ,
were at home to friend on of Jacksonville, Mrs J. M. Brown Mr. and< Long, Mra. Johnny Beecher, Mrs.
1:1", I Friday February 21, from four lee, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, and Mrs For Lloyd Green Mrs. Clyde Colson, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dowling, Mrs. J. A. Com .
E. A. Winkler, Mr and
Mrs. D. O
until eight o'clock In celebration O. 1. Beasley. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen.
of their Golden Wedding Anniver AaHlstlng in entertaining guests I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Shipman, of: Mrs Lloyd J. Green entertainedat Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mas-
' i F i sary. were: Mra. H. M. Rlchrde, Mrs Starke, announce the marriage of a dinner party in her home tern, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Thomas, WCTU To MeetThe T. H. Osborne
. .'," the occasion Mr. and
, The spacious Griffin home on H. S. Burdette, Mrs. H. C. Rltch,,, their daughter, Mary D., to Ray Wednesday evening, Mrs. Rov McKinney, Mr
G j North Cherry Street was beautifully Miss Luclle Mitchell, Mri. E. K,. M. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. being Mr. Groen'a birthday anI I and Mrs. Ira Wilson. Mrs. Ara February meeting of the.,I WRITE BOX 42$
I ; decorated for this outstanding Perryman, Mrs. J. M. Smith Mrs,. H. J. Miller, of Bonlfay. which was niversary. Moltt :Mrs. Willie Johns Mr and Laura Scott WCTU will be held OR CALL AT
t 'r event with Golden Raptureroses A. W Anderson, Mrs. R. F. Dem- solemnized Friday morning at !Spring flowers were used to Mrs. Lester Kite, Mr. and Mrs at the home of Mrs. Ara E. Moltt HOO\'EU BROS. STUDIO
: yellow chrysanthemums, orest, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs,'r 11:30: o'clock at the Baptist Paa- decorate the living and dining I II Claude Prevatt. on Madison Street, Friday after:I
; ;
. I gladioli, daffodils, and accacla. J. W. Klncald. Mrs. I. p Shepherd torlum In Starke with the Rev. L. I rooms, and an old-fashloued noon, Feb. 28, at 3 o'clock.
t' Mr G.. chicken pilau supper( was served Fred Guys Hosts
:( ((1+ Tall burning golden tapers In Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng, ; D. Haines, pastor of the First are
,lr three and five-branched candelabra K. Bennett of Jacksonville, Misa by Mn. Green aslited by her At Buffet
,N placed at vantage points Frances Peek, and Miss Delia, Baptist Church officiating. The mother, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Miss SupperMr.

j( throughout the rooms, added further Rosenberg.Mrs. ceremony was performed In the Sara Barefoot, Mri. S. D. Phil- and Mrs. Fred Ouy'were SEED CANE
i s charm to the setting. The Gloria E. Green, granddaughter presence of relatives and a few lips, and Mr N. T'. Green. hosts Wednesday night when they

t stairway was entwined with of Mr. and Mrs. Griffin close friends of the couple. Foprteen friends of Mr. Green entertained honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Maidenhair fern and golden leaves. had charge of the "bride's book," For her marriage ,the bride enjoyed this occasion! with him. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington Del- ,

Greeting guests at the door registering the three hundred chose a lovely two-piece suit of aware, at a delightfully Informa FOR SALESANTA
were Mrs. Carrie Darby Ritch, guests who called to offer congratulations grey wool with which she wore Mrs. Hough HostessTo supper at their home on North
Miss Annie Darby, and Mrs. L. E. upon this happy oc- black accessories. Her corsage Walnut streft.Azalea. .
i 4 Jordan Sr., of Oviedo, slaters of casion. waa a beautiful bouquet of pink TEL ClassMrs. :: .", artistically arrangedand FE STOCK FARM,
Mrs. Griffin. Llttlo Jane Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Griffin were marred carnations. H. L. hostessto placed at vantage points In
L Hough was
: arde and Anne Johns received on February 21, 1897 In Olua- the living room, were used In decorating -
:1 following the cere- members of the TEL Class f
Immediately ? R. F.' D. 1 Box 43 Starke
cards. tee, and moved to Starke In 1901. for the party. Fla.
mony, Mr. and Mrs. Miller left fora the First Baptist Church Monday ,
Mr. Griffin, who retired In October
Dr. and Mrs C. C. Mendoza of, brief wedding trip to an undisclosed night. Supper was served buffet style ,
1045, spent a total of 63: from
a lace-covered table. An
Jacksonv 111 e, son-in-law and I location. their I I
ry service with the Seaboard Railroad Upon re- The devotional was led by Mrs. of
arrangement' azaleas, balanced
daughter of the hosts, presented turn they will reside In Waycross, R. A. Thomas and Mrs.
47 years of this period as George I oy burning white tapers In crys- Sun. Mon. Tues
i : guests to Mr. and Mrs. Griffin
ri rp v 'station agent In Starke. At the Ga.Mrs. Anderson, teacher, conducted the tal holders, centered the table.
who received In the living room. time of his retirement he headed : Miller waa graduated from business meeting. The class votedto I Those K
iJ enjoying the party with
u The honored couple stood In front TA"RK "FL- March 2.3.4
School in Green give $10 to the building
the seniority list over the entire Clay County High Baptist I the hosts and Mr. and Mrs.,Lewis .
of the mantel which artistic-
was .
p a fund.
Seaboard svsem for the position of Cove Springs and was employedin I were: Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hem-
decorated with Talisman
ally roses station Camp Bland Ing for the past At the conclusion of the
a and yellow carnations. agent. meet- bree, Lt. Cot and Mrs T. T. Long,
Out of town guests who came four years.WSCS Ing the hostess served tempting| Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mr. and
4 Mrs. Griffin was gowned In a to enjoy the Griffins' hospitality refreshments of hot tea and cake Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Miss Fran-
'( beautiful blue lace dross, fashioned on this memorable day were: Mr. Mission StudyCircle to the nine members present Ices I I Peek, and Roy Ward.
along simple lines and featuring and Mrs. H. M. Griffin and Mr.
S a fitted bodice with cap sleeves.) and Mrs. R. E. Griffin, Waldo; One of the Woman's .
; Her only ornament was a pair of Mrs. H. F. Darby and Dwight Society of Christian Service of the n'- t11EA
'' $ diamond earrings, 4. !gift of Mr.. Darby, Lake City; Mrs. E M Methodist Church Mrs: W. B. Cot- if D '
Griffin" In their''early, marriage.Her Rooks Mr. and Mrs." DeWitt C. trell, leader will .meet next Mon I.. ...... to
corsage was of Golden Rapture Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at I
'i roses, against a background Ritch, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mrs. Lorenzo Green C

!, of cold lace leaves. A. F. Phillips, Mrs. Jimmy Dlf- on the Raiford Highway. Ella
After greeting Mr.: and Mrs. fenbaugh, Tallahassee; Mr. and Circle Two, Mrs. Joe Martinez I
Griffin, guests were Invited Into Mrs X. H. Hill. Lawtey; Mrs. 0.: leader, wW meet at the same time Well I've heard a lot of glowing get: Rubinoff's rendition of the
the dining room for refreshments 'C. Livingston, Tampa; Mrs H. B.' with Mrs. Carl Johns on Water comment following Rubinoff's heavenly Brahm's Lullaby ,
The table was overlaid with an Montgomery Griffin; Ga.; the' street. concert and It seems that manyof Truly a thing of beauty .

exquisite linen cutwork cloth, a Rev. and Mrs. I.. A. Shepherd, us who are easily swayed by --a
cherished family piece, which was ,State Farm; Mrs. Ann R. Guy, 'Mrs. L. S. Kinnebrew; Mr. and beautiful music are still going a- Hear that Call street turned iMM
made by Seven Sisters of Charityof Hampton: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mrs. C. H. Grumpier, MUM Marian round with our heads In the out practically en mass for the /'jI
Naraquez, Puerto Rico. Centering Lewis, Wilmington, Del.; Mrs. Bowen. Mrs. Martha Lee Ryan, clouds, but methinks that one of motorcycle races In Daytona last jitian\l\\
the table was an arrangement Frieda Deudon Elgin, ni.; Mr. and'|' Mrs T. E. Morgan, Mrs. A. B. the greatest tributes paid to the Sunday Glimpsed among the
y of tulips, daffodils, and maestro was expressed by a small- sand and the sound and the fury
ac- Mrs. I* E. Jordan, Sr, Harold Canova, :Mrs. Annie Ruth Simp- t"t trhA
cacla. The number "60". In gold Darby Jordan, Oviedo; Mr. and Hlldabelle Bence, Mrs. W. L. EdIson fry BHSer that I chanced to meeton were Ernest and Pauline Phillips, K

I ,q, topped the flower arrangement, Mrs. L. E. Jordan, Jr., Orlando; !'' Mrs. Adallne Chase, Mrs. the street after the assembly Dick St. John the C. A. Futches ,FRANK JENXS SCOTTY( BECKETI
while burning gold tapers stood at ]Dr." and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza, Cliff wards, Mrs. Ada E. Briggs, Mr. "How did you like Rublnoff?" and Mack, G. M. and Joe Sistrunk,
9 t side. Golden wedding bells J I III. asked "Oh, he was great," Freeman Register "Wink" Winkler -
hung Mendoza, Mrs. Gloria E. Green, and Mrs. Charles Regero and DONALD CURTIS RICHARD GAINES OARENCEKOLB BARBARA BROWIAlso
from the chandelier. )II B. Mendoza, Mrs. George Ben. Charles Regero and Frank, Regero, my young friend replied Charlie parker Billy Miles,
,rr Pouring coffee at different hours nett, Mr. and l. from the sliver service at one end,I J Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. Bitch, Mr. and| Rublnoff, the noted violinist laugh, and he could make It cry, Mae Mersereau, Monk and Thelma COMEDY and NEWS
and he could make It whistle" Dinkins, Harry and Hilda Hous-

r _. 0_ ,, "_ _never,_., n knew tiAftra____._.." tlA ton, John and Henry Godwin, Mrs.
m added In an awed tone, "that a I W. F. Godwin Mrs. Caro Chandler r
violin would do anything but and Mr. and Mrs. H. B.

mm ( squeak! .- And of all the' Montgomery Starke got a
e flowery words, to my mind, that I little sample of what a conglomeration wrColds
was the greatest compliment yet of motorcycles must sound Try

paid Rublnoff like when about 25 or 30 passed STOCO
through here Saturday afternoonon

And the panning out of compliments the way to Daytona, banging,
.aY + was not altogether on one popping, and sputtering, like a
r iamondAVlatcIieA + side, either. Starke and Brad- miniature blitzkrelg .
ford County should be proud Indeed -
of the nice things said about Seleta (Sparks) Thomas, student In liquid form EASY TO TAKE
sfeivoln* yiwarware our young people by the famed at Stetson, had word this ,
artist ,. And every word was week that hubby. D. L., left Thursday Gives QUICK RELIEF .'
deserved too, for those who at- for Japan How can she
tended ,the school assemblies and concentrate on books with Uncle For Headache
ISi J the afternoon concert state that Sam being so Inconsiderate? Fever and Aching

even the youngest youngsters sat Understand that Gilbert Newcomb
In rapt attention as Rublnoff Ted Simmons, and those other accommodating 35c
Ut/aicli .actlf.ls : Bottle
fountainWJLi Pen played You could, have heard Coca Cola-ites who per
a pin drop, even during the more helped move the piano Into the e
classical numbers that are usually. theatre for Rubinoff's concert, 4

thought to have little appeal for have a alight suggestion to make .STOP THAT COUGH
young !folks Rublnoff stated Next time, they say 'wouldn't
that he Judges a town by the be- It be easier to move the concertto With DeWitt's CREOSANT
haviour of Its young; people, and the piano, rather than the pianoto ,
C It Is nice Ito know that he liked I the concert? The boys
Starke so well that he wants to deserve a big hand. I say, for their Pleasant to Take GIVES QUICK RELIEF

return for another concert next hard labors, for without a good
leason. I piano the concert would have been 50c per Bottle
-' spoiled Incidentally, what high
Concert day highlight*: Rublnoff school girl silently sobbed as Rub- !.
arriving In town at 9:30 a. m., Inoff played "To Each His Own"at Penslar
Z dashing off to play two the morning Will Give You
i r blies at BHS, then a.lllere-I I ...:.ssemblYf prompt relief from Acid Indigestion,
rc to Lake Butler for' And now that we've had a tasteof Heart Burn
(played outdoors because their good music why not try to Stomach and Gas

school auditorium has been con- bring other outstanding artists to
: demned), eating a hurried bit of Starke Lots of folks discovered SOc per Jar
ii; REPAIRING lunch, then off to the theatre for last Friday that they
hi* afternoon concert ]later In the like good muslo In spite of preconceived .
afternoon cooking his famous notions to the contrary
hamburgers: for a small group of Furthermore, the fact that
I friends then on to the Golden they're willing to pay for It was LET US FIT YOU WITH A TRUSS
Wedd'ng Celebration, followed bya demonstrated! in the $1400 grosa'
quick change into full dress, for Rublnoff's two concerts here
and then his evening concert, fol-l Not bad. for a town the size |
d GEM JEWELRY ''''''r:! by a pnrty that: lasted un-' of Ftarke, eh what? Maybe i Koch
11 the wee small hour of morn- we could make It interesting for i Drug Store

I Ing What a manl In- other outstanding artists It
Y 109: EAST CALL ST.STAPIiE: Fl.A.- PHONE 170 cldfntally! the tint, .t tots at DIIS might be 'worth trying, says your
II I had a treat (for free) that even music-loving reporter .'. Phone. 53PAGE
IJ I the reserved seat holders didn't) Carolyn
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L'1f[ NEWS I :Mrs. W. H. Perkins returned to" Mr. and Mrs. J. P Roberts and Mrs.! S. D. Phillips and Mrs. p, ''m finer i-orrar. Pit "...nnu March 10. 1047 'In ttto abovoiiamiMl

her home last week from River son. }Penman have moved Into the M. Barefoot were visiting Mr. and H iHi: M'V. Fl.Oltllltl n tIlAN.. :1.t Court and cause, wherli .

side Hospital Jackflonvlile, and la 11 i L. A. Canova home on Eighth :MR. J. C. Devl.n tn Gainesville' I Olive. Hun.U-r. lambert rlnlntlff, pliklntlff Telegraph Meeka dlvorc shall ptibllflh tiradfonlCounty thl* t,

recuperating from a broken hip. Street which they recently pllr- unday nftcrnoon. I Ise. Junior' l....ntb..rl..t"'snt' OicliM; In neat four weekly. : Ieal.n.WRurcn .
Livingston returned Mr. and Mrs Frank Scherer of I Caw. No. 6390. i, hnnil and official
0 C In Tampa Mahwah. N. During/ ., Illness her daughter,, chased. Mr. and Mrs. Canova and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells and|I' nl: ti3l.;| UP1 PI'm.IOATIO! IR I ..fKl I HI .ark... KliTlila, thla K..b> i
L to her home J. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. B. Traak has been with, sons moved Wednesday Into Mrs Mr. and Mrs.. Tillman Hutto anil .r.Nt J'h.' : ;\ AI-l'KAIt rear) 4, 1947. I
several days here W. J. Devcrlll of Durien Conn., her. Mia. Trask tn,: Junior' I; d>*'KlL 1A1. sEAL) A. J. Thomas, I
to 1C.
mending expects re E. Canova's cottage on l ingll1 children of Jacksonville were t lam bert wluiH roRlilencn nud Hildro.ii As ,'Irlk, of wild Court. '
Mr. and S. Matthews. have returned to their respective turn to her home in Lakeland this 1 ley Lake while waiting for completion guests Sunday of :Mr. and Mrs. I.- State nllntlnry, Col- lly,, ,,....111.. C, Conner, I>. CT I
cops by Mrs.DI.udon homes after upending three weeks weekend. Urn lila, South Oftrollna. I Kmiik' r"nnurum, ttark* .. Flu ,
H\\'os aa of their new lake homo. L. S. Hutto the occasion being I You are leiiuiimi to appear! on Atty for. IMf '- 4t ,-,H
visit her here
will with : ?
who Mr. and Mrs. V. S. St- Golden
John. Mrs. St. Johns Mrs. gifts for golden! wedding Friends of Mr. and Mrs J. H. the fiiHh birthday anniversary of --- c.___ I I'
week. Dev- annlvvrtmries.. Alta> wedding Hitch former residents of Starke Mr. Hutto. A faultily reunion and :

oS Helen Benner talentedr erlll and Mrs. Scherer are sisters. Rifts. for l hddra. -to-I..>. The Bride'sShoppe 1 will be glad( to know that they
was the dinner guest of Mrs Bertha Pearce was the 303: W. !Madison. 3 2-21 are moving from Jacksonville this Mr. anti Mrs. Wm. H. Simpsonof BEFORE. .

and Mrs. W. J. Churchwellay weekend guest of her son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. Q. Carter of, week to their hone on Kingsley Jackxonvllle spent Monday with

evening before the eont and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lulu and their son-lu-iaw and Lake. Mr. Hitch Is retiring from Capt. and Mrs. R. O. Kldd. t'At as I I'l

the Baptist Church.. After Smyth in St. Augustine. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leon his position with the Internal ,
noert, the entire group with Friends of Miss Shirley Colley Ponds of Stony Creek. Conn., Revenue Department in Jacksonville Ladies Auxiliary \t\1

iuirow.. the Larkin Sisters, a Junior at FSCW Tallahassee were weekend guests of Mr. and and they will make their a\\t

Benner, and Homer Rode- will be Interested to know that Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mrs. Laura home permanently at the lake. Met With Mrs. KiteThe Buy

,f were served cake and cof- she was recently initiated into Powell.Mr. Mrs. you I
Tilly Darby of Lake City
Ladles ,
the Churchwells. Auxiliary of the
guests Sigma Delta PI sorority. She and Mrs. D. P. Orr and and Dwight Darby a student at Presbyterian Church
Margie Posey of High was also elected secretary of Lea Mr. met Tuesday
Mrs Ralph Gardner of the University of Florida were evening at 8 o'clock at the home Let Us Tell You flow You I
e f Plcaros
recent gWSt a Spanish
was a society. North
,? I Branch Mich., were week- guests of Mrs. Darby's brother! of the
president Mrs.
Ludle Lemacks. Earl B. Searing spent last week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John and siater-ln-law Mr. and Mrs P. Kite. Gladioli and azaleas Robert Can Save Time Money Inconvenience
the new Planet Junior Gartractor end here with his family. He is Uglow and Mrs. C. F. Ward. Mrs. M. Barefoot. Mrs. Darby remained used in

at Bradford Hard- working with the Jacksonville Orr Is a niece of Mr. Uglow. for the weekend. this meeting.Mrs. decorating. the home for On Financing and Insurance. r

M I Coach Co. I Frankie! Hutto of JacksonvilleIs Mrs Ludle Lemacks spent Wed- C. V. Ward had charge of I

spending this week here with nesday and Thursday with rela- the program using as her lIubJect."Fellowshlp Every Branch of

his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.L. tives In
High Springs. or Failure". The quiz
S. Hutto.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Lucarell of program was conducted by Mrs. r

SPECIALWhite Mrs William E. Heath spent Kenosha, Wis., are guests this Jeannette C. Young and the de- INSURANCEH. I
Monday In Jacksonville.
week of Mr.\ and Mrs E.!: M. Davis. votion was led by Mrs. Kite
Mrs C. R. Smith Jr., of Galuea- At the conclusion
of the
meetIng -
Friends of Calvin Johns will be
vllle spent last week here with ,
the 12
Men' glad to learn that he is members present were
grandparents Col. and Mrs. served delicious
D. E. Knight. in St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville refreshments of C WALL AGENCY } I

Broadcloth Mills Lillian where he underwent a sandwiches coffee and potato ,
Stump returned
major operation last week. He Is chips by the hostess 1
Thursday of last week from New Please 1 Phone 146CLASSIFIED_ ,
expected to return to his home
York where
spent two weekson
SHIRTSSanf a business trip. hero the latter part of this week. Dance InstructionFor I i

\ 1y For wedding portraits see T. H.Osborne. Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. Young People

See ..Ion page 4. W. O. Halle were recent visitors
( ) Dr. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown and in Jacksonville. Mrs Edward, Burns, member of t't

a family of Tallahassee were recent Mrs P. M. Barefoot and house the Youth Committee of St. /

tfe visitors of Dr. Brown's mother guest Mrs.: TIllie Darby of Lake Mark's Episcopal Church announces EI.IWTMIO MI"WINf1I11ACIIINm ANTF.O TO RENT ,-"..droo", 1
HALH at J. I'. Roberts \ .... iinfurnlahxl. hone. In Htark. w. ,
3.35ALL Mrs. George Brown. City and Mrs. S. D. Phillips spent that free dance Instruction W. T'Mirniun. phone 7or, writ I

Mr. and Mrs. Resale Colson and Sunday afternoon In Gainesville will be available for teenagers OI'NNINUR NOW MOIL "tins TV, Stark.. Itp I

children spent with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Devlin. at the Church Service Cen- MKN.': OOOI PAY AND.
Wednesday and VBNSteSIf' yon can .".... .. BAl.ra flood whit allppwlMuinknil
Thursday in Brooker with Mr.Colson's Mr. and Mrs W. B. Sewell spent ter each Tuesday evening from to the standard. ,. of the I field Horn. AIXO real old
8 to 10 o'clock. tlniu! Hi'Kulnr' Army, you time. aiiKar" nan. .....o. red rlbhonn
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. the weekend in Leesburg as guestsof have mi iinuHual' opportunity ml mill mint. ALSO certified
I SIZES B. Colson. Mrs. Sewell's brotherinlawand Instruction will be given by El- rnllKtliiK. for a y.-..... youI'lumxa iilnliiiia' noppnmkln. sweet potato
talented l out.) iif Iho fiimou. Need, and h.. .
mer Allen Jack- good yleliler eptr.
Dr. young .
and Mrs. R.
Stubbins and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Inc dlvlwlon, now on iu>, Allis eating, same
v daughter Rivera tnnvlllo\ dancer who la now a duly hi Jupuu. and Knrvit.Tho potatoHN.
} Mary will move Cottrell. Saturday they attendedthe kind Hun K. H 11,1: war" III. 8,
( student the dlvlHloim,. In which yi"i liox SJ*. Starke. If
at of Flor-
i University
Monday from the State annual Washington birthday i>n llet. Inclllilit. such octet.. .

Farm where Dr. Stubbins has been celebration in Euutls. ida. He Is the son of Lee and unit. nil the ,let 1'nvHlry' ,(! I!] FOR NALCO-Furninbed orwrfnrnlahed. '
May Blossom Allen well known Hill 'Infnnliy IXvlxlon. 7th ,. Six wall loralnil
the institution's dentist for sev- Mrs John Moyer and infant try DIvlKliin, JMCIi Infantry irun. heat. reaMonanlu. Write- r
entertainers who have many Klnn and. J6th Infnntrv I>
eral years. They will occupy the daughter Janie of Jacksonvillewere I'. O. toy 7H Htark. FI... if1'unl'1:11TY
friends in Starke. IMII-II of which hail a great :
Robbins'HEAD house belonging to Mrs. A. S. guests Tuesday of Mrs.Moyer's ri'cord during' the wnr.
Crews on Walnut St., formerly All young people of the teen age After Initial training. In the : MOIL HAI.MK
Mr. and Mrs. L.
parents group are invited to attend these you ran Juln, the unit of I >H ni'r. farm. with four room 1
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. a. Hemingway. vhiilr and Ink part 'In ....... 12 arruit old benrlnic.: pnitan 1
Roberta. Dr. Stubblns classes ti>ri>Htlnic wink, of .Oil"... .... .
recently within 1000 feet of
For home portraits ace T. IIo .. paver 1
t jii..t prnre ,In the Far Kii ,. .
Use mil from 'In
opened Jental offices in the Hem- ..t>orne. See a
bree building. WSCS To MeetThe I my for: oversee. :.rvli\ > : See N. II. W.......,*;.., Jr. f
faf w .- Mr. and Mrs. George KopelouBOH nir base' pay for I'rlvulo Dr..... t
Mrs C. C. Howard and nephew and family spent Sunday in Beiiii. In fill\ ) a month' In ", .. 1B4 >.arlt*
Al Wallace of Sanford were week- Woman's Society of Chris- to fond, cliithlnic. Mund! "" J' ,

FIRST FOR BEAUTY" end guests of Mrs. Howard's sister Jacksonville with relatives tian Service of the First Methodist minimi and dental' carm I '. SAt.M'-Htore. bulMlnT. Itrse
you'll enjoy excellent llvlnic. 1
near llliinillii (late II. A1.80
Mrs. II. E. Tucker was the guest
Mra. Mae\ Dickens.Mr. Church will hold a special ill,Ion., I plunty I of .. ( .... home ilNma oolifiil with sheet II t
last weekend of her uncle and spurt. and recreation. and< '
mission based the book ronk. Make beet offer. ALSO
study on
'nat and Mrs. Donald Whitbeck aunt Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Hutto, KttlHfartlon of liiInK a ..l.rrrln Amarlran meat ants and .
of Staunton Va., arrived Wednesday "Portrait of a Pilgrim" Thursday while' 'IJ't' l KntlHtmtinl' : walk-In onolHr 6KN Hood in Savannah Ga. Mrs. Hutto afternoon March 6, at 2 o'clockIn nun ;. SI, InvluHlve (IT J. A. Jlrnokn, Phone flUl
for a visit with Mrs. Whit- presented Mrs. Tucker with a Ills rani. .' ,'.n..nl). let! full l Or.en Cnvo tlprln>!.. Fin. tlr I I
beck's uncle and aunt Mr. and the MethoilUt Recreation Build- talln. nt II. /H. Army n. 1'
lovely antique heirloom a mahogany ing. All members are urged to "Htnlloll. 3.1.1 PonlDlTIi'. 8AI Mrs. F. F. Stump. OnliiHiivllIn. Flnrlilii. hlorku from Pout .Hlnrkn.Hacrmne ,
platform rocker., that has I
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and her be present. I 19210' orrll1"b. Waln- 1
been in the. family for over 70 CONSULT s. J>. nowrci.u: wrUht, Jr., Phono h'lrt'. tt i.I
guest Mrs. Tlllle Darby of Lake HllMl, Medium. and IUlil T. H'
.t t City Miss Sara, Barefoot and years. UDC To MeetThe and County ll....mi..n.. I till V'Htn'1Tutnl1lobU. .... I'
.. { i
yOur Mrs. K. L. Mlddleton. Miss Mar Ird hence ,north at Cook'. llort at t
every \V4naany. If m
j Mrs. A. E. McKinney Saturday ,
I spent gie Middleton and Mrs. Mae' Jonesof Route DUO 4tP lalneavlll Uteetook larit.r.Duy .
> in Jacksonville. W. T. Weeks Chapter. or ...11. KPAIIY r

Come and be fitted for your Jacksonville of and were guests Thursday United Daughters of the Confederacy LIST YOUR FAKM. CITY k r
Dr. Mrs. W. E. Mid- CIUCKS-O.t N.. Price
spring .and summer Splrella gar- dleton. will meet next Wednesday BUSINESS PROPERTY l.l.t ami M..". Mony. WOHTHVIIILia -

experienced operators know just the rnentfi. Girdles, one-piece afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the \ CMICKM '101 N North r I
garments Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of I Avenue. llnltlmoro >.Md. ttp 1-M j
hair-do to bring' out your most flatter cornets, brassieres belt, Wilmington. Del., arrived Thurs residence of Mrs. O. L. Haynes I

maternity garment*.-Mn. Frank on Water street. f rIpLL.: writer nmiJbtiian at :
ing features. We will .
give new s-rnou-r .t.
you of last week
day and are guestsof ';; INnnrtlnv, any .'< >...* ....:.mono '
beauty that will reap rewards. Hoover your Splrella Cormrtler. Mrs. Lewis' brother-in-law and IN ela..t sr solar. a11A11V0U1). 0,...... arTilmr ml 1"11" Wrawlnc.Ca4- phon
Starke. tf (-niTV.. PL41MIOAI. : CHAN'Abraham fry pr.p.rh. .... HI*'* Jackaonvlll 7-6797 or wear. t0
Dr. M. B. Herlong who celebrated sister. Lt. Col. and Mrs. T. T. t'BRY. 12._ ..,'. .> It omen- ....' sale H, Hlandln 41 p |-' I
Long. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis spent M. Win'lorn. Plaintiff, v*. .Arr..... II."..* from ill ...r (,'
Permanents $5 and up his 71st birthday anniversarylast visiting friends in Hophl Wlatom, L .(an Sunday Daytona .. cotta", available Mar. I A
No. "
week was honored at two Beach. uit'iRR: : op rtrnt.ir'ATiONAMI E. A. STROUT RCRrpronenteil "LTY S ....."..11".11'. A''." furnished
"FOR THE WOMAN WHO CARES"Starke parties In Jacksonville. Tuesday NOTK'F) TO APPKAItHTATK Locally HyP. .. with coiiil heater tar t
Mr. and Mrs. Stott and
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Robinson entertained Henry (>II"* FLORIDA to: Hophl ... On. rhlld allowed but no ,
Bert Stott of Phoenlxvill. Pa., Winter, whom rNldvn and ad.Ironii C. Pete. Mr' t'. C. Wynn at riark'eKrookaldn I'I '
at dinner honoring him. ( In IOU Manor. Avenue Uron lie So. Walnut 8tVIATTIIKHSKS Farm located 1 % ml..
and Wednesday his niece Mrs. will arrive Tuesday for a two 69, New York. .".t of Mtnrke on new Ill'..ndlnhlKhway. > J
Beauty ShoppeLinnie weeks' visit with Mr. and Mri., D. You art required to appear on ..Kn<|ulr* way at Jt .*n- t
Phil Wood entertained at a fam- March IT 11)47. In the shove herM'. St 1-7
A. Montelth. Mrs. Stott Is Mr.Montelth's tmiiieil Court and' call., wherein "' of all, kind'
ily dinner party. sister. plaintiff' ...ek. divorce. Tlr..dt..rdC..llnlY vated.: furniture iiphnletertil HAL10-Ilr pier or 'loll Divan, !I
Fogg McCulley, Prop. Mrs. E. K. Perryman spent Telegraph ihall) publish thl rcflnlehxl Urnp.... a : t... double nml. wardrobe I trunk, ;
Thursday and Friday in Jacksonville Frankie Hutto of Jacksonville Order In next four weekly Inminn.WltnoHK HAHTINUH' MATTHKHM CO.: play pen nh.lv. ., hot plat. *, drum
Phone Is spending this week here with my hnnrt. anti official, 130, Palatka Via. ....* (email. Rita M. M. I'Mau. 1
96 Court Street with Mr. and Mrs.! J. H. onl' at Blnrke, Florida thin Fob- ..", whit h"..... .,'ro.. hlh ..' '
Ritch. his grandparent. Mr. and Mrs. L. ruury 12, 1947.OKKICIAI (INSUIIANCK" writ all lino". ;2.1'V from Nun Owl' Cat. lip I, I
S. Hutto. ( '. "'1AI.) A. J. Thoma., nutumuhlle. liability, and 1 I I
AN dork of said. Court Hue. for !Insurance. n :'>-A woman' 'If keep hone. I
me your
BJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJHBHBHHBMHB BVBl Vi Bee" the new Planet Junior Garden Fie I.iiHIlo f'. .'..nn<. Walnwrla-ht. Jr.? Ill :. ....1 llv* with in.. A .0..., living. ? I v
tractor at Bradford Hard William II Morgan Fifth Floor' Call Street' I'hone 194. atnull Very lithe ,
flnik riill'tlnir' Jurkionvlll "Kin work In dn. "IJ Mr. Mury Adam". I .
PECIALS SPECIALS SPECIALS I ware. 2t Ally for lit, *... 4t 1-7 Hampton Jr''.. 1* I '
fI.. ...
Mr. and Mrs.\ C. D. Brown were FOIl 1\.U.J-S'u"'h.unn: u .
IV' ruin'IT ('oi MT, itiitnrnnii our M. tray Bt.! ? Htarku p:>c. )1t HAI.W' 17-ft. IB4A well-ln-
1_ r visitors to Live Oak Saturday aft <.01 >"I'%'. KI.OItlllAl IM' cutS. nonditlun.. oucuploil. by owner culutod. Klmmer trailer Ilk. nw.
ernonn. ( KIIV.Johanna. 1 til .ecMfitly. Xllracllve, liviulrn Mm. Albert W..t.rgon
3-Piece Special Sale .frvnlfn' llovorkit, Plaintiff "I'nt I..t.. For 'Information. lI J.ffemon Bt. tip,
KOILHEATERS I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Miss Sara v.. I..MI..I.| lluvorkn rliilunt. f.ili'I' ""vl I ll mNpr.< ..... i
Barefoot and Mrs. A. E. McKin- Can No. 5445.OHbPIi : or tai L AI>M-(-room modern home,
Walnut FinishBEDROOM on liP' p"r.If"'AT'ON fnodrn. fnnvenlence' ., nn l..tf. I
ney spent Saturday afternoon In AND NOTI('!'! TO AF'I'KAlt IIOIIHK' .FOIl 8 A Ml!-1100 .I HI. Will larrlflna for naeh.
Jacksonville. STATK! OH PI/lltMIA to: f.oulftovorkn '.. yr.. old work anywhr. ** Vi'll I* li'iualia, at Cook' I
whoii r*.ld.nc* and ad. rld. .. ijnarantend. J. V. .. north of Htitrke. Itp '-If
Fcrd of Gainesville
COMFORTSand Robert drone. I I": unknown.. Hr: lirouker. : :
pent Sunday with his uncle and You are rfMiiirntf to appear on HAMS n..a..11t1J1Iub.. long I

SUITS aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow.Mr. starch 91, '1947, In. the above Fell HAf.K.-llallry rained' Mhort wave I'hllrn oaneolo. ,
sot ,
itiimift Court CHUN* wherein P pueh-hutton tuning
!KUH. Jai'knonvlIlK market .
and Mrs. J. C. Vining Jr. 1 plaintiff.. N..pkn dlvorru and r..ntoratlon You 12-ln.: concert: Npeaker. Chang.p (
of Itt
In lull an morn.
of maiden .name. .'...."...., and a ml. .. ". 12 record. ant has "beam
99.50 $31.00 are occupying one of the cottages chall this set them ,ht" .
dimity Telegraph l publUh at farm. photoelectric cell plak-' ;
BLANKETS of Mrs. O. L. Hayncs near her ,Order In next four weekly IHHIIAVim .. W..I.u! poultry ._.... record weary. aim playa
i ..... ,
\ my hanil and nfflrinlSeel USE CAR SALEf!-Tha oar 13 IranMcrlptlon' A nHdea out
6-Drawer home. at Htark., Florida thin February optionally' clean and' .. .r ..y 'loadingilkn new.traniirrlptlon I
Triple Mrs. Jessie' Mae, Clifford return-I X*. '1947.OPKiriAt revoiiilitloned. I14U Ford InH. Nee A. W. I
Mirror Vanity Buy and Save ed Wednesday to her home In ( ii A'' ) A.. J. Thoma., 11075; 11M7 Lincoln (with. ;j ";.7.n.( J..., 409 Mabel fit.? Frllav '- '"
An Clerk nt uniil Court.1.y lh, i is: i
This Sale Koril' motor) 3,11161n7 Ford
4-Drawer Chest From Jacksonville after a visit herewith I Lucille C. Conner T>. C. dor Deluxe,, (with. Uti .
f ndrum 8tark FlaAtly. ,\YF.O from
frnnk my place Feb. Ill
1816 Isle Ford
uwlurl l Hiuluu I
Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. ;
v z.4 aiTHEATRE Murk
fur fit. 4t }- Bill markml 1 wallow
: livery! 1716; I94U' r..nll.. Vk ...k ...... ear. .w.llnw. fork i KK. .
pickup vt'n.' in in vnevrniei: t"r ,Un:- -nh-; ; ; I I
l.at even Ira
ELECTRICIRONS M tun 'J VI. The following
WALLLinoleum Ilnnn'a farm
H. of Mtarke noon l'
n.ua-h': IUJ rord Tudor $ :
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r I |S reward for return tn own
1911 Ford Coup ".16; I ISIS '
... ', J. W. Jordan., HI I. far Jor.
Sport( ft"ol"l..r 1175. A'l a
I I utility I...h...' trailer' 1100. .." Motel Court Btarke. liP

STARKE HIOIl 1OTOKH! Jackmmvllle. 1r I II
rated, on I>..k. fity' lII", 1r.Ur"nR.CI.TfD
f K<.lKw....d Av". /2512>> W. : I '
For Kitchensand m>. f hmi. all.. lip i .
Sunday Monday March 2-3 J
..O"It:1l..r.: : i"" 1 1111'TME
Bath Rooms WAITHKSd WANTJCO loud !
and tip., age 10 or SO, .lx "T" ; .
1 pr WIIK. Plump IJumpty I ifs'
"PERFECT MARRIAGE"Loretta taurant, ill t). Walnut: : f 1
$$2 yard 'Htark.
per ;.. (1' I
Young David NIven UHT-t No. I and 4 No. 4 ... 0'\1'\ .
hooka from IBM Nanh parked
Ch.rly at Call t.. Tuoday Seel. .':l1S tri..j
Namnf, (*lar n..:, Chnrlle I ,
OGe-Burner Electric Asa Tues. Wed. Thurs.March 4-5-6 I and llutn Krasler. Pl...... L.'rlae. 4>HMM ...> ease "t { I ,
to Mr Frailer. at ( .
|invl" Htark. ... 11.11. 439 a.l' | "'.. ."I.

HotPlates Two Burners. Modern \ "NOBODY LIVES FOREVER"John FOR_ BALKrm.." horn plus' .. .. Illrfa. f3ll.-4I1. aM4! ,. J. 1 I I '

way A X porchve. flood .. '", /
Construction. Special ,ln... acre geed land 12 -(ae-epnf ali*. tttf .... 1 '
from Unlvernlty' of Fin. (. '
Garfield Walter firennan \\ni\r\ located on paved r ::5r4< I ,
1.95 Built Tops for Heating Kl .ctrlrlty.' telephone .. -, ,
Geraldine Fitzgerald Now. va _n. ".nlh. Itf I I. llrixiki-r
U .. IU W : :
11".t" at Illaodla f t ,
j;1 ; --J-nrr. farm with
{ 1)0{6'N PAYMENTS DUKE MULLER I'fatfd Vi ml N of Mtark :i .r write <..... ".1., "'.r.. f. r a ,

ii hl..hw.iy 20i >.r>P.".lt. L:'.
Savellony For You SEE US I IRON'SIT'S "Singing on The Trail"and I C>. M sn5e ...,..h. Vffa ),tee. *- f j '
-- Dell. itr. I, boa 91. ,
,M. e.< I h, gla. 3f S
"CAtr DO BETTER AT | yorn rtocip NFF: :" TF.OTfNI1.!
A FACT YOU i, "Crime Doctor' Manhunt"Warren POrt 6A1.fl' f'r.-wdr. all m H. .H tabnr.torlea' Hump* I
baby ra.! Free tlrnittve.. m.t',1.1I..an'.1 ,
Furniture Co. U-i\ter crib mahogany rinUh, i for tf are. F.!.*. pay- "
John H. Denmark rain** and lowers, "good l *'( .. nt plea. M. H. |j.lior lorl.., N
j S.. ITr.. C. 13. White, 113 W ..... Mla' Itepr.".ntatlv*

PTlONE 151 STARK Flut. It. Sep 2.1'I I ... }'.Irol."... Co. tt i 1 j I1

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Sugar ConsumersStill I applications consumers continue and letters to send of inquiry their, Dream Of Prison Chapel Is Almost RealizedThe I Eleven Huge Piers

ConfusedBy Near
to the wrong address the sugar I Completion
Address I dream of a minister! and acquire skills that will better fit
ChangeWith executive stated. The correct address At Green Cove
the vision of a prison superintendent them for life and work when they
he said Is as follows: "Sugar
: -
recent closing of the Jacksonville are coming nearer to reality aro discharged. Construction
Branch Office OTC-OPA, Room work on ths
day by day as plans develop a
office all Florida sugar Chaplain Shepherd has expressed three of 11 *
543, Seybold Building Miami 32." begin the construction of a huge piers bclm, ,
I4 rationing is now handled by the enthusiastic appreciation of the Increasing !
at the
at the State Green Cove of"
church-ln-prlson ;
pen- base
I Institutional sugar users have
to the
response prisoner -
Branch office. Harold
Sugar at Ralford. I hia1rf.r Navy's Florida
H. Martin Director said this been advised by Mr. Martin that Intentlary I ,' appeal for help In their spiritual Group. Slit! !!
Chaplain Leslie A. Shepherd, project. lie states that even Fleet is nearing the
f week. I they should apply fur their March-I fInal Btag,
retailers resident chaplain of the prison! without a Church there are daily and the multimillion!
Many wholesalers and April allotments on March 1 or as dollar
.... since February 1939 is the mIn- experiences of grace and reforma- Ject In expected to ?
soon thereafter as possible. later whose long efforts will culminate tion among the inmates and he be wnWu
The executive revealed in the building of the by midApril.The .
GET THE sugar la confident that the building of
4 chapel. L. F. Chapman super- the chapel will be'a 250th: ship to be .
S that his office Is I "swamped" with far-reacting berth<<
SPEED* SURE unnecessary mall from individual intendent of the prison, has lent service to countless souls, as people the new piers and the last

RELIEF FOR AW consumers under the erroneous belief -'his official and personal efforts In prison are helped to a new destroyer escorts In the lilt!
; :
well his famous ,
as as eloquence ; _
that must for one
they apply Cove
to the development of for l e area was moved Into C
INDICES T/ON of the new 10-pound ration cou- plan + ? g
a complete church edifice on the last week. Docking
pons to be validated on April 1. cantin
"No application Is necessary" he,prison grounds. P. 4t4avrto through the week however,

declared. "The yery purpose of There baa never been a chapel more LBT'a reaching' their be
I 1 the 10-pound allotments, replacing or church In the prison !since its to bring the total docked
1 rl1 s to establishment: ;30 years ago. to a
five-pound !lugar stamps before() the week was out,
enable the program to continue The prison chapel was placed -
without the necessity of issuingnew definitely on the building programof : v i Construction of piers for the n

Carpenter's' Drug Store stamps. One of the spare the Institution early in 1938 serve fleet here began BPpret;

stamps now held by consumers after a conversation with Dr.I mately one year ago with the an,
will be validated on or before Walter Murphree then physician-]I e'1- mated cost ,of the project
April L"Spare surgeon of the Prison. Dr. Mur ,e at'about 10000000. pI
; JUST RECEIVED ration stamp No. 63 Is phree urged the Chaplain to get d
1 valid for five pounds of sugar the chapel on the building pro- In addition to the 11 berthb,

through March 31, 1947. gram at once and Superintendent piers I the Green Cove base hMUL
t, t A Carload Of Chapman approved the Idea the while churches. throughout the_ I third of the free will offering fund plied I to the War Department I

same day.During State would be aaKed, along With has been donated or promised and .' construction of another pier .abw
CONSTIPATIONRisky the time that has elapsed Individuals,' Church groups, community the chapel project now awaits the half a mile south of Slum

Feeds since the approval of the project, clubs and societies to do- gifts of all those others who wantto Bridge.
In the prisoners have not waited fora nate funds for the Interior equip-
help In so far-reaching a mis- N OTICJIIJ
DAD COLDSRetained i real Church ,in which to worship ment and furnishing of the chapel. sion. Gifts can be sent to Prison '''''- .. .. Notice I. hereby given to tt
r and seek instruction. Throughthe Without a concerted campaign to life. He believes that "If you help whom It may concern that I hot,
undigested food becomes I Chapel Fund, Hon. L. F. Chapman my Final Report alt AdmlnlitrwH
pUIrQ-PEp putrefactive causes toxins, which I years they: have worked with,make this request of the public Trustee Ralford, Fla., or to them build their church, that sym of the, ,) Estate of Robert T Hodd d.
overload the Uver and other vital organs their chaplain to develop a rich known donations varying !roil I Chaplain L. A. Shepherd. A copy bol of your forgiveness and your for ceased Final and Discharge will make to E.ap\llIcaliOt K\ p.,.
BUILDS of the to colds body and lessening other winter your re-ills Inter-Church fellowship of work a few cents to hundreds of dollars of the booklet "I Was In Prison",I confidence eloquent gifts of I man. County Judge of l'tadlort"
slstance -
will accomplish what the Cminty. Florida, on March
and worship. While they have have been received. grace I IIt1
and Interfering with their treatment. prepared by Mr. Shepherd will be 19 47.
Why take this chance: when you can created a sincere congregation The faith of Inmates and of- sent to those requesting It. The I Law could never do" in aiding I OeorirellA. Dodd Norris
BROILER take pleasantly Calotabs?act Calotabs on every thoroughly foot of with Its choir and lay leaders, ficials has been confirmed. They booklet describes the developmentof men and women to a new and I I I.t a"Mra'Tl 5TLANTIC ".
1 1I 1i f Sour:: intestines, sweeping out toxin ushers and committeemen, they believed that a society which the project. good life.
PROFITS laden putrefactive foods and virus have also bolstered their inter- must soon receive again Its prisoners Practically all the labor on the

laden effectively mucus avoid enabling or fight you a cold.to Nothing more- denominational programs with and help them fit themselves Church will be done by Inmates
acts like good old Calotabs. Use as definite procedures for keeping In for normal life would be some of whom have already re- :
directed. 100 and 250 at all druggists. touch with their respective eager to aid those prisoners to- quested definite assignments In N roe 7E6
Churches and a number of ministers ward rehabilitation by helping the work. Thus the men In prison
Take CALOTABS are on the staff of visiting them build their churchhiprlson.RespoDlle will literally build their own '

chaplains. to the appeal has been Church and some of them will
I In the hope that building materials very encouraging, and it Is be-

might become availablesooner lieved the goal will be fully Baby Chides! 4 sue AND to an j jr1'r
than it seemed, and be- reached as people generally are
cause the need of the chapel had Hn ." BralTtr...,.... .... '-
informed of the plan. ............100*" h. .,
State officials ......_.... .. .- << :
i grown tremendously. I-I The architect of the chapel, :::: ". ......'...MI"d-'...91.pr..sox... 7V4AYWhat
went to the Prison In
April Robert Q. Jahelka. of the firm of T' w .. ,
I .
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".Mew.w I.
1943 to the
lay corner stone of ,.... ..
Jahelka and Eckoff Fort Lauderdale 'n".. Wads. the coming Church. In colorful -' 'ilf" -h limits
Florida has estimated the SIND ... to good Extra apses p
ceremonies participated in by I cost of the Interior furniture and Ja t MI.r.._.NO......MONIY.Io......._......MNNDNISe.h.Yww ..f.0_ Special brewing-Gen- vF p0
I 'pp Florida Grand Lodge F. & A. M., equipment at $13,500.00. This L"", ........ C.we.0. D.CI L",....."..I..,?$4..9S.....i._... nine Old tins groin,hopi gEtSA"t' ;

several State officials, representatives -' figure Includes facilities In the /r..n..1. :,. t:h.71.:....:.::=..h..I.,' ,:.:=r.; :; ( and malt-Light golden ,,
; FEED Ful-0-Pep Broiler of Protestant Jews and conference and class room built .I slew color Try them today ;
for fast, economical HOWDY FOLKS: Cathpllo Institutions and both I into the chapel as well aa the LIGHTNER'S POULTRY FARMS and see what you think I v"
and fuU-ueated
gains ,
4"1 white and negro prison choirs, the Oept.C xKFD #3 Phone 28445
usual Church I
1 feathered,yellow-shanked birds. furniture the 9'nJ
"It costs 75 cent
Fortified with special sources of Opcraatort stone was set above a copper "memorial type" windows and Columbia' ,S. C. p i. .
to talk to Bloomfleld.
vitamins and organic salts to receptacle containing correspondence the organ. Approximately, one-. I r WHITE TO* CBMPlltE'MICtMISf: / Nnr.Y,V (,
t 1 build big frames, sound bones Husband "Can't you make a> and documents. relative ,.to I' .
and meaty birds. Come In and special rate ,for: listening I the chapel projeot. : --
.talk with as about the Ful-O- want to con my wile." In.the
originally adopted
b4 Pep Plan of broilers."..- '
let na shew raising how : ,s e.el: ,;t ../J by Superlntandent-and Chap- t
yon you
U) toeivese your broiler fioO'may the BntdncM Want "What do 70 4.' ain. "the, prison:administration, .
,tt Vul-O-Pep Way. -. do with all then pictures you Under the Board of.Commlsslon- r .I ,i.l'", t nJ e

paint T"Artist fire> of State Institution, would er
"I sell them, sir.! pay the cost of the building itself. a'tshBETTER .
Business Mast "Name your '

figure and report Monday. I've SERVICE FordMORE
been looking for salesman. for your
t d1.1 1 like you for years."
.. e

also e Our on customers our new Motor sell Sway themselves I

1 r9 It lubricates your car under SERVICE from It !

I actual driving conditions Sea' DRY t

We Also Carry A It In action!
1 You'll also Uk our new CLEAN G

t High Quality Line hours 11 p. m.Open Drop iron around 7 .. m.some to AT ITS BEST

+,. of Hardware and ttr e. The Life of Your
Farm Implements Washing Polishing; Clothes Dependson

Greasing The Care They

;farmers' Supply Temple Service Station& Lake AU Garments Receive--Carefully "

]Hand Finished
MIKE MARUCA, Owner Phone 179

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t PIIGANNU And WEBB% GROCERY' I I0' 110 Washington St., Starke 1

Friday & Saturday Only
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,f :Sliced Breakfast BACON, lb. 65c


4 Pure Pork SAUSAGE, lb. 55c O youR When your car needs service, it's in good hands at your

WE t Ford dealer's. It's our .business to know everythingabout

Van Camps CHILI 17 oz. can 25c Fords. We have the facilities to do better work
Nit _. Fo on Fords, faster work on Fords, and save you time and

NO. 2 12 CAN money. Come in and benefit from our:

Yellow Cling PEACHES 22c
*cdeeseeeftwhen ANil

I I I. Ford-trained! Mechanics

COFFEE 1 lb. INE ..
Pleezing can 42c .w.
a41 ca y, 2. Genuine Ford Parts

18 OZ. CANBeefy you have enough a1 ltka 0 3. Ford-approved Methods

DOG FOOD lOc Windstorm Insurance. ce
We Sell itl! 4. Special Ford Equipment
4 Ipctsttd
"' NO. 2 CANEnslishPEAS

8cIsO. Charley; E. Johns
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'{ : Red Kidney Beans, 2 for 25c .ftprMntlna THE rf....TRAVELERS.."'.....:. Hartford ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY

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Lett's-- Celebratesth view of this It is suggested that I . . .1 Bright of Wildwood. .- .. -. ..-- r
buyers make purchases early be Mr. and Mrs. R Bryant of |I Musical Evangelists: of Jackson, j ST. MARK'S\ EPISCOPAL

Anniversary fore stocks Hampton Gainesville were recent visitors of Church News Michigan, arrive. with their ten
Event are depleted.The Mr. and Mrs. Luther Watterson. : musical instruments for a ono- i I The following services for the
fcth Sales present company was founded Hy Mr' M. C. Mwreney I night service only. Among the week were announced by the Rev. j
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May, Mrs.
of Its 28th sue- 28 years ago and from a small e . May Sweeney and instruments used will be: Hawaiian I S. W. Crcasey, minister In charge I ,
daughter, Connie
celebration beginning! It has Into Church of God at St. Mark's Church.
In business, Lovett'soldln8' grown one I LADIES AUXILIARY were visiting relatives in guitar, vlbraharp, sleigh bells, Episcopal
!rul year nine-day sales eventThthrough of the largest and best operated I The attractive MEETS Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. II To Hold District cow bells, piano accordion, muse Sunday: Church School 10 a.
a | home of Mr. and
Feb. 27, andInulng food chains In the nation. "It i la I''ll'.frs. ical saw, mandolin and marimba m.; Holy Communion and sermon !
I T. C. Chastain was the J. W. Horne and daughters ConventionThe
""Ing our aim, A. D. Davis scene
Saturday, : says president Col F. J. Miles Is to bo here 11 a. m.Thursday.
I "to make our food stores : Wednesday afternoon of last week Betty and Martha attendedthe !
ch 8. AM of the 80 super maroperated the finest In the country." of an interesting gathering when I shower given by Miss Garnita annual convention of the three days beginning March 5. : Holy Communion '
by the Wlnn &: Lov- Mrs. Chastain entertained the Hutto In Starke honoring Mrs. Gainesville District Churches of Watch for further announcementsnext 7:30: a. m. I
? The sale
Grocery Co". located in more big celebrating 28 yearsof : Ladles Council of the Woman's Robert Barksdale and Mrs. S. Q. God will be held at the Brooker week. I Friday: Litany and Instruction

1 50 Florida and South Geor- rendered economical food distribution:1 Auxiliary of the Christian Church. : Denmark Thursday of last week.Bethel church Sunday, March 2. Delegates Miss Vivian Hazen led the Youth 7:30 p. m. I
participating. by the company, Is an will be there Meeting last wrck. Look for a i I
Icltles are Tall vases of from Palatka.
event held every year--on fea- pink and white . I
l-ewspaper advertising carries . WllllBton. Newbei' brand new leader this Saturday ----
i turlng with fern graced the ry. High Springs : [
many outstanding

1 y of the' the sale unusual The values"buys"offerIn are- nationally known products.bargainsIn an tables added and gave charm.to the Mr living,. Gerald room 1 1Ry and Services 1 Gainesville.are planned for the en-I I 1 night.The kind. words of an unknown I i I The; TELKC1UPII has. Just re-

ftlablo In every department and Officials of the company and Adkins served as Leader and the tire day and a basket dinner will'', friend through the "S:ttln' In the calved new pre-war qualty! RKAL I
Iftv housewives will welcomelopporturlty store employees join In extending topic discussed was "Spiritual Mm. K. W. Allen be enjoyed at noon. The Rev. J. Shade With Col. Bradford" column rubber band Plenty o j I It.otol1

to take advantageuch tho public an Invitation to buy Foundations for Right Living. '. . . K. DeQolyer will be the modern-1, in the Bradford County Telegraphare ..- and miap and i I
Due to present well known brands at birthday appreciated by the Tabernacle ntrrnRtlt. Pour sizes at 49o
values. A delectable salad course, with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Woods tor, and special: speakers will Include pet I.qUBrtt'.pounll I.
[conditions and shortages, how-. prices. I' tropical fruit punch, was served of Orlando wer guests of Mr. the Rev. W E. Johnson, group. IIC'''. A real bargain "t-

L, It Is pointed out that all For by the hostess during ,the social and Mrs. D. D. Woodard Thursdayof State Superintendent, and 1 also the
stamp pads
[trtlned items are ,necessarilya I Ink rubber stamp, daters stamp! nnmberrrs pad- hour. .'. long the guests was Mrs. last week. Rev. John C. Jerntgan, General 55.95 '$5.95

they last" basis': In see The TELEGRAPH. Chastain's sister, Mrs Vlrgle Addison Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glisson Superintendent tiL. TIZ NU' r
a of Ocala, who la remainingfor were visiting friends and, relatives I The morning service will be devoted #t. f

a visit.Garanateed. In Orange Heights Sunday. to Missions, and the speaker ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arch. Prevatt of will be the Rev. W. E. Johnson The Br 1 lshl ass Auto Paint

LAST DAY' set. Hart's Beauty permanent Salon,9.Starke with Jacksonville were guests of friends who has travelled extensively In Anyone can paint a ear with TIZ-NU. Products long-lasting, t'
some of the
and relatives here last weekend. Mission fields. I
I factory-Ilk finish. Driers In 1 hour. One quart enough: for two

Judge Hiram Bryant and his ,Mrs.: William Brown'ahd children The afternoon service will conslst .' roatit. on average car. Apply with powder puff and foilaW" .fcnpl* I 1
ODAY (FRIDAY) /a THtf LAST'DAY WE mother, were'Mrs. Bessie Bryant' of Ft. ; Barbara Jean and LeRoy, of special singing and report direction' on cnn. Guaranteed for 9 year I

WILL BE ABLE' TO ACCEPT MEAT FORCURING Myers Mrs. M., L.. Watterson guests of last Mr.week.. and of Jake Crovetahd Greeh and,: and family Mr., and of Plant Mrs. :. from the church.the various departments of I Practically and Laboratory Tested 'I ..
Judge Bryant entered six. Ft. City .aW' visiting Mrs. Maggie .1 The evening service will' mark Come In Nine Color Maroon, llrewstrr, Green, Light 0...,.*, I
Myers youth in the Golden Gloves the beginning of Blue! Bfark. Red t, Tan Yellow Gunmetal
Green, who 1s critically lit at her a revival under Gray I I ,

Plain Salt'Cure or* Sugar Cure ville.boxing Attending tournament: the in tournamentwith Jackson home' here at" thla writing. She the direction of the Rev. B. K Distributor :. '
has the' best wishes of her many I Brickley of Baltimore, Md. Mr. '
We also'have' lockers to Judge Bryant Wednesday: friends for a speedy recovery. Brickley has had wide Experience" I
put your night of last week were Mr. and '
evangelistic field New
Neat Fltiwater from j SUPPLY :
was business
after is Mrs. Archie Eiland. and Frederickand England to FlorIda.Oldfashioned | ,
meat in it cured and smoked Harvene Watterson. visitor to Jacksonville'' :Monday. r
I con g relational I'
Ralph Piersall, who has ,spent . .' . singing and special musical numbers 4822 Dundee Road. Phone 2-8561 j I
the several months In Detroit Jacksonville Fla.
past will be among the Interesting' I

STARKE ICE COMPANYPhone week, to Mich.join, his arrived wife and here family.last, Pine Level I! features of these services. I| II. C. KELLY DEALER LAWTEY, FLA. I

Friends of J. B. Wright will be By: Mr II. I\(. McRae 'Methodist .. ,. '
12 Starke Fla. pleased to learn of his return . . . Church

home after being seriously; ill for Holy Communion will be
several weeks in a Jacksonville J. A. Hall of Dublin, Ga., Is at both services In the

hospital. His condition Is improved the guest of his brother and sis ..'ethotllftt, Church on Sunday

ter-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. W. March 2, As announced by the

Sell Your TIMBER --- NOW! Special 915 Kol-Wave now 910. E. Hall. pastor, the Rev. W. J. Churchwel], I

llart'n Deautv Salon Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Eggers the topic for the sermon for Sun-I ,
Mrs. G. P. Waitsworth. Sr., was I .ay morning, the
",.. '' jid little son, of Jackson- / second Sunday ,
In Jacksonville' Tuesday. Johns
'tlng I.I I.
Highest CASH Prices Paid n.Lent. w.ll bj based upon Mat.
While there she called on Merrill lie, and Mrs. Egger's mother, I thew, 15th Chapter, IS: to 21

Tohns, who is confined to Riverside Irs. T. N. Norman of Hellbronn verses: "Lo, I am with you always .

Hospital due to Illness. He prings, and Gerald Norman were even unto the end of the I :I
WILL BUY IN BULK Is Improving after a major opera. Isltlng relatives here Monday. world." The choir will render .

tion and expects to be dischargedfrom Mrs Mancel: Clemmons and special music for the occasion. \ I'
the hospital this week. Aildren of Miami are guests of Sunday evening there will be an
Mr." W. O. Carter of Gastonla. fr. and Mrs.' B. M. McRae. enjoyable period of group sing. '
N. C., Is tbe'gUest of her brother Q WORLD'S' -
Mrs. N. A. Relber of Cross- ing of familiar hymns and a THE
and *lsteiMn-laW. Mir and' Mr. llle, Tenn., was the4 guest of her 1 special selection by the Junior I
EDWIN W. PECKP. K. B. Watterson and other relatives ifSCHOOL'
'Choir The
rother-in-law and sister, Mr. and topic of the messagewill GREATEST I
here' this week. Sunday :
.Irs. W. E. Hall, here last week. be "A Self-Revelation of ,
0. Box 463 ,- Gainesville, Flee; Mr. Carter, Mr, and Mrs. Wat- .ast" Friday the Halls and 'their Christ". FOR

terso>t, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Sims.mend' ueat were'' visiting !ofr.' and' ),(r At Prayer' Meeting Wednesday .

Send Me Postcard and daughter Crolyn'' and ,George'Hall In Orlando' < ; and Tuc* evening-there will bs-.-conversation I': r I

And I' Wilt Come To See You MrtC T. K. Simmon's were* sight. ay of last week they were gturtlsf group- wltlt' the topic'' for '

$" '. seem* M Silver Spring, rel tiv** in. Vtf Pierce..MIa.SLi4eyKe11y .. discussion being !"Stewardshipt oi lEADERSHIP
,4 '
1 DeWitt Prevatt and eon;Ray, ofadkSonvmE'Wele Physical bf '1"\" \
visiting-: Pre ,of .Starke Strength. This wlU :1. ; 1"I
an enjoyable dtacwsloa, and thos .
.+..--, ........ vail' sister, Mrs" Nits Johnson was. the dinner guest of Mhid"Shirley who come should" read MattheW<
McRae ,
I 'O, J00 hercTsit' _Jy Joe M rsfBert"SoWes here Hampton Saturday school teachers ate Mr. and Sunday.Mrs Robert' Mick 6-2Vtrf' 3Monday *tha-OarfieM_ Evans>! Suit- I "

P. K. were vhftlng'relatives' In Jacksonville : Ground" Foidia ir famed for tits ability to t
I rflPl':: :b. _" tended Tonge Laboratory District meeting' will bee held at The Army carryout 1
school In Gainesville on visitor1 Sunday. Melrose and all Intermediates settsYofin'g any..ssienment with resourcefulness and Initially.*"tho r '
day last Saturday. Miss Mary Lou AlvKrec of Vanderbilt PWple! are to qualities"that mate leader In civilian life se welt *. the"Army: 'I t
:> A.. number o* Hamptonltes attended and Owendolyn McRae urged go.At The Ground Forces not only teach you leadership-they equip

and enjoyed the Rublnoff were overnight guests 'of Mr* if.M. .. you with line job training to go with it. Irt pertWim th* Army t

the' Labor Problem concert In Starke." Friday of last McRae Wednesday' aUbt of -The TabernacleThe is a gigantic school-Rolng or&snuatlon-wlth training available :
_elt. in many skull mud fracfe Course offered rang all the.w ytfrpm
last week. Tabernacle congregation automotive mechanic: to welding 'designed to help :JOtS i I
Mr. stud'Mrd:'H.' O. May were f
Mrs. Luclarr,'Connir of Starke have been feasting their >artistic find the work you like and do best. of
Ton hear lot about capita!'and U anybody has. a betf-whetR*? In Gainesville Friday of last week ,was the guest of Mrs. Robert temperaments on the finely illus- Increased Army pay scales are now In effect and you receive i ,
L., J. and Herman
--r nowadays,all the two could It'*about wges or hoar or egnfperer visiting Wynn Taylor Sunday. trated Bible message of Dr. B. F. 20% additional pay for oversea service.
Coun- f
_ get together. But look at Moody, who are In Alachua Hitchcock Thousands of outstanding young men, able to meet the new
ment-they talk It over at those There are worship services at of Kalamazoo, Michi I
Bert Clillders-who has 320 acres friendly evening sessions. ty Hospital. there.Mrs. Parker ( Jacksonville I 11 A. M. and 7:30: P. M. and Sun- gan. The paintings are done In higher standards required, are enlisting in the Regular Army. :
of Lettia o interesting, useful careers by learning leuclcr-
producing land fair-sized herd Jay School at 10 A. M. each Sunday ,crayons before the congregation; They are beginning I
ji I don't all labor
problems of
say the weekend guest
: was U. S.
with skills. Visit nearest Army
ship along special
t your
tattle,and two farm hands at Pine Level Church I the artist telling the Bible storyor I
"orkare ( Baptist
as simple as Bert's. But from Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn. Recruiting Station for details.
ing for him. Grayer service Is h .d each Wednesday I singing the message as he I
where I sit, the basic principle applies Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lamor. II. I-
I!you called: Bert a"capitalist" to any :farm or :factory ore eaux had as a SUnday guest Earl r night at 7.30: and there Is 'works. (See d'splay ad elsewhere HIGHLIGHTS OF REGULAR ARMY ENLISTMENT
wouldn't know what EL teachers' meeting Monday at I In thin issue of this unique method Choice at may branch at service 4. Pamily.Ilow.nC.s for d.p.n".n.s
business A
cant, and neither would Spike you and mutual: principle respect, of of daily talk j r:30: P. M.I I Everyone Is Invited ta'l of Bible teaching) I which end oi still c.M her.ln quota ov r*..to.. b Chester. fillxl., ol sinus men until anllitlni 6 month.or roinllntlnc alter oRictiUtormlnatlon con-. p J, 1 I
md Sandy all. services' The Sunday morning attendanceIs which illll hn. op.nlnl, on '-,..f of r.
the hired men. Bert: together In' a :friendly and congenial and the and .eUnm.mb. I kelllamat. fA. tit. 9 AW t Iremmm-.
eke side YOUR.WATCH gaining boys' girls'choirs ; ;; ; i. "r---l;;; i"j'r ...l ni
by aide with both of atmosphere.em i"Jtt't ate from 1S to 14 yon (I ." l erInclusive
New Closed SeasonOn alternating, are getting (II with paranta1 conaant) man noW In Ih. Army wild ll oe more :
;and In the evenings they sitMound : Deserves the Best some good experience. ....pt lor man now In Armwho muntn* of ...vl..,) J t.

> the fire together*-.baring* C1... t Black Bass March 7 Is being looked forward may I Manila nan depending at any j aga an, and l.ntl lormararvlca el 4.the Option nit I ol la your redo life'altar t hill 20 nay yaoro(aw*
friendly glass cj beer or two c7vr;; ,II' to as a musical feast, when service, .arvlco-Incroaalof to thrao-quortar'
Begins March 1st J. Educational I banaUta/ under Ol pay altar 10 fore of ..nl... All
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Belts, BUI ol Kiahta' lor man who anli.t, pra.louabaton bonoiablo': ocllva lodoralylc
and military > counts towor4
official l tarmlnotlon war
Copyright:Ape"" ?.United Statu, 'Bntetfi FaunJaHo* Rod and reel and pole and line lamalx' la sarvlo. to d.,. or mor*. ratlramant.
of the' black baas fisherman will
WeAdui become Idle drtng the month of NEW HIGHER PAT FOR ARMY MEN .MOMTHtVITIIIMIMT- j jII I I

March because that Is when the EXPERT AlIIII.1I felt Lld&fItI:cie mss'.d M..aI c. l...''5 INCOMI ArmiJ9 '
REPAIRTrustworthy rrIVIaatar raora*JO r. I
season closes on these gamesterIt .' lit Addition to Column On Moitfkoc s.r.,.. ....ar.. '
G Iry was announced this week by ]I. at tha ttlghli 29% In* s.r..nt
5 etAhitm Service 1 crease for lanrlc* Ovar.aaaa. Pint Sergeant t<163.OO 1107.2' X15343 .
& Director of the Game
( N. Kennedy, 5O% incr..,; up 10)
135.OO 87.75 131JN +
md Fresh Water Fish Commlaslon. ISO Maaimum Par Month TechnIcal Sara..at
F. K Member ol Flying or' Staff Sargnt IISMO 74." 129.'.
Harley StrongCAMP Glider Crawa. flO par
t 100.00 6'.00 11Z3O
The Director explained that In Month for farachutl a e
(Not In Hying-pay 5t.eeal 90.00 '''.'0 101.23
\NDINO JEWELER ail! districts of the State of FlorIda y' t while Bngagad upon ".,.. Corporal. '
SINCE IOU except the Third District, no chute Duty. 5% In.....* Private Firrt OSM 80.00 32.00 9OM
Yaarat Y
In Pay for *
persons shall tike or be In possession "I Private a ",.00 48.73 MJ8tW
1)17) Went Can St.At .
of any black bass during the .. -""
: is a matter month of March of this year. SERVICEChaa. fagvfcr Army lorvol mo Nonwanot .. .0 0 j 0" 0 H i

The new closed season was MeW M War owrf fMco
U. S. Army

of goodrooming! brought about due to the extremely C. CHOO" I THI* f r,

warM weather In the ENLIST NOW AT TOSS StAlEST f
ShepherdAt 'H' ""O '.OH HOW
!southern part'of the State where o. s. UMY lECiurriNa STATION r

fStf the spawning Season was found to Jay's: Service Station I ,
over for black baa .
;, ".ir ,. I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. f i
of April. Conclusivelythe .
I by th* first, ( '

Start out this spring with that fash All TmSea ? Commission( deemed It practical

look of being to eliminate the month of
ion-smart, impeccable i
well-groomed. In our hands dry Trout Red Rasa April as a closed month to all Prefabricated Government Hutments

cleaning is a fine art that restores I Pompano Sheep Head districts except the Third.In .

clothing to their original style and : Mullet Large* Shrimp Croakers regard to the Third District 16x16 $195.00 16x48 $350.00 20x52 $500.00 ( : : f

sleekness Old garments look like; $ that part West of the Aucllla
Prices above, delivered on your truck WITH FOUNDATION Camp islanding. ,,
new new garments keep theirs River, no person shall take or b< "
newness longer. Try us today and Florida & Baltimore In possession of any black bass 16x16 $275.00 16x48 $550.00 20x52 $1000.00 t .:

I'rices above delivered unloaded on lot with concrete foundation blocks.! ,
i see. """- OYSTERSFresh during! the months o? March. and your

u Apr1 of this. year. 20x52: Hutment meets any zoning requirement: can give one day delivery. ; ,

Dressed & Drawn Other species of fresh water fish BAYNARD BROS. REALTY INSURANCE CO., INC. ,
may be taken at time I
any during
the year over the entire Stat.

RODT. 315 with the exception of the counties OR I i.

GREEN .! Temple" Magnoliafish of Bay, Clahoun, Franklin: Gulf J. J. Pierson at Camp Blanding or 302 Madison St., Starke, Fla. I..
,. & '
Owner Jackson Liberty Wash'ngton and I,,. S. Can Mil you ;lot and will finance for-you with a small do-npay'e"r'aJld; h J

Ave. MarketPHONE Wakulla. These counties are restricted monthly:: Installments. 11. ;

during the month of

J- 37 April and May of this year. ] ifl VdI



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To young Edwards, 17 and Increase in membership of the I tlff v*. Henry J. Rrasler, Defen : \
Maurice Edwards Jr. ;: Rubinoff Charms And Old w&Pm'gsr1
!junior In BUS, went plaudits Young Starke Oddfellows la reported.IN dant. Case No. 6446.ORDfcilt FLOItHAPrglt
Wins First Place the hgh! Individual scorer, topping ; With Tones NOTKT5 TO APPIJAIt I late.I in' II East Clendenin 73rd Wh.. I':..f"
I 71 contestants with a pomlI ; Magic of Stradivarius"Music : fiucviT rfM'iir.C0i : DHADFOIID STATE OF1 FLORIDA to: Henry Njw. 1'ork. Nlr' .t.. rR,,'IT
In Judging Contest ''MTV. FLOIIIUAI IN C11A.M.: J. UruKlcr. whose residence and ad- .
I total of 232. I <'Kit: V.Murl'.ry. drenii. !I.: Hnx 71. Corona, California I IWarrV ?i 'ffiV'rod. to
I hath charms to soothe the savage breast, Tiuntyn Sharpe, Plaintiff, or Henry J. RraRler III tfinphr'
r This local FFA chapter's expert The Bradford FFA was advisee, vn. Wlllluni II. Sharpe Defendant. toroy Street. Rakernfli>IIIaO'ari: ::; named' Court and .,",, ,a 1
thin week that the hay, grain anc d soften( rocks, and bend the knotted oaks. Cllrftl Nil. 0449.Oltl nia, %: Dire Mildred Palnel. (plaintiff"lint.. seeks divorce a"I"
stock Judging team was again >EK OP PUBLICATIONAND Telegraph shall
forage team, composed of Elmer t Y NOTICE TO APPRAK8TATI3 You are required to appear onStarch Order In next four hebldj'
right up front In statewide competition OK FI/JIIIDA tot WllIfnm 11, 1&47. In the above heed u''".. I,hln< .
:I Johns Gene Andrews and Rodne) I Never were William Congreve'I In Blue" did one become aware II. Sharpe, whose residence .In. : named court and cause, wherein sealriateStarke, 'Iorldll,"i I,,'
last Friday, ranking a II plaintiff seeks Ulvorre. Bradford \;
I Hall also. was second among al: Immortal words more clean that even a Stradivarius In the 4ir. East auttt Street Savannah, 0... County Telegraph. shall publish. this ruary 82, 47. tl ,
notch short of first place at the Florida chapters at the State Fall You are rxiulrvd to appear "> Order In next four weekly. Issues.Witness 1x( "ClerkAof
illustrated than on Friday of last t hands of a master has its limita March ill, 11M7. In the above l, raid Court' f' n.
Southeastern Hereford Show and In Tampa, Saturday, February 15. week when David Rubinoff, hit!I tions. Although the artist Is to named court and cause, ""ereln at Klarka my, hand Florida and, thla offtetalseal Den Kelly Fern..nllln", PI....
Sale at Ocala. The Bradford teamof The livestock team was second al t plaintiff .iioftk dlvorre. rtrndford rimrv 25, 1947.OFFICIAL rUb-I I Atty for I'lt.
dulcet-toned violin and hiS dexterous be commended for his unique interpretation County Telegraph .hall publish this 2.21 III tN
Maurice Edwards Jr. Eldrldge the Fair, 103 entries. ( HEAL) A. J. ,
among I""e"i
accompanist, Hakofka Al and adroit arrangement Order In next four weekly
Aa Clerk of Maid Court.
Hayes and N. G. Hayes, contest- j Charles Lawson's fine steers, exander, played two memorabl of the Gershwin opus, the seal Witness at Htnrkti!: my, Florida hnnd' and thin offtolnl February T. Frank Landrum Stark, Flo. j TO WHOM IT O M.\T Y 1 C 1'uxrgpl 9:(
Ing with 24 other FFA team, j, "Tom Dick and Harry" and "Bus concerts to appreciative audiences absence of percussion and a strong 27, J 947. Atty for Fit. 2-28 4t 3-21 filed This III FInal to certify, that I(.
of CSS. Gainesville OKHM'IAlHKAI! .) A. J. Thomas ny A et v (mt I
scored a total ( : n
j ter, will bo placed on sale today'tin i Starke. brass section, for which the com An Clerk of nM Court.Hy County Judge of Hrlldt"r"It
I I CFlorldn
was first with B80. (Friday) at Ocala. In the South.' I.urllla C. Conner D. C. iv ruiriir coricr. IIn"o..onoeOI and will on the "
1i himself artist of Intensely pos.tlon. so obviously calls was 61h
| Proving an Xach H. Douglas, Oulnewvlllo, Fin NTY. KLOHIUtl: CIIAN-; of April A. D. 1947, make
eastern Fat Stock Show. Resultsof '; vigorous technique and noticeably lacking. However, Atty. for i'lf. Z-ZS 4t U-21 (-KHY.Joncph Ion tn I he ge COIlInl' ash.,
rionrtnnln Jr, Plaintiff VH.Kltnor Final I DI"',' Sdinllsdlof
W.C.T.V. ; 1ud wing I the steers conducted\ rare ability as an arranger, the Rublnoff! must be praised for his if ruicriT rocnr.- nILADFOn11COI Oaten C'lendonln, Uofendunt. the I:_...t. of a.Emilia puII, ,
; Wednesday and Thursday, have' Cane No. 5440.ORDER ,
violinist: left moro than one feminine courage In treading paths in'rv. FLoiiiutt IN I.,
not been ..announced. CU"'N-I OF PUBLICATION a-28 4t J-U W. j' >
A MOTOR STORY 'I listener in tears with his no other violinist of repute has Parks Connpllev.' llIllIh. AI
Took Beer Among local merchants planningto rendition of Drdla's "Souvenir", dared set foot. v.... William T. Cnnnalleo) ,
t Banished FrarCouldn't bid for one of Lawnon'g hefty'. while deeply stirring the emotions In addition to providing Rubin dant. t'UBe No.01" B434.ORDbH fU. Dec"n-I NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS -
Steer I steers are George Kopclouao, of others with his brilliant ar off with flawless accompaniment, ANn ',"O'l"'II'.n o e .
I of the Guidon Grill the C. STAT OF* FLORIDA to: WII-
owner of Addii'SCU'B "War'
I Now Out Hero.Colon rangement pianist Alexander pleased liam T. Connellee whole last known NEW MODERNThe
( Signal. Feb. 22nd. 19)7)) H. Nasworthy Wholesale Grocery, saw Concerto", undoubtedly the audience with two excellent residence and address IM No. 65
i and Karl Cook, of Cook's Store I In most difficult number on his pro- groups of solos Ills virtuosity' Carolina.You Mast Hay. Ht., Charleston, Houth

gram. was particularly evident In :M. are required. to appear on

1 Washing Lubrication Displaying amazing agility and Gould's "Boogie Woogle Etude", named March Court 31. 1947.ant cause In the wherein above I

Polishing I Tire Repair perfect Intonation, Rubinoff held featuring treble and bass elght-to-j County plaintiff Telegraph nk dfrorcu.hall publish Pradford this Finest SHOE AU I

Wainwright' his audiences figuratively in the the-bar In simultaneous Order In next four weekly. Inaues.Wltnei I
'J a palm of his hand, from the six- Especially gratifying to the ..>K mv hxnit. and nfflxlnl/
I seal at Starke. Florida, this ZOth PAIR
PURE OIL SERVICE STATION year-olda at his morning school artist and his sponsors were the of February. 1941.
c assembly, to the more mature throngs of music lovers that fill (OFFICIAl. SKA) ) A.I.: Thomas
As Clerk of said Court.
t Temple Avenue and Pratt Street listeners at the'! evening concert ed the theatre at both concerts.In 'Hv Lucille C. Conner D. C.
.. Such numbers as "Dance of the the afternoon ni enthusiasticaudience John J. Henderson.. Esq., St. Au.ui-
r vr Fin.Atty. .
l tine
X14; ''t TInES TUBES BATTERY SERVICE Russian Peasant", his own com- composed largely'of students for PIt. I-U 4t 3-J1 : All 'Work Done By An
position, afforded ample oppor- from Starke !and surrounding I II .
tunity to employ his flawless pizzicato communities, filled both or- IN' rinciiiT nnADPOIiD Man, Who Has Repaired Your Shoes
and In his Interpretation chestra and balcoty to capacityand I ("J<:IIY.
1 Louie Lee Wainwright, Owner of Debussy's ethereal "Clare de sat In rapt attention whIle Nellie C'orrlnre Gray, Plaintiff, vs; In Starke For The Past 22 Years.
Allan Brooks Cray, Defendant.
Lune" matchless purity of tone flubinoff ran the gamut of emotions Case No. lit...
left nothing to be desired., on his violin. ORDER OF PUBLICATION PHILLIP
Highlight of the program, judged Another responsive audience STATE OF FLORIDA to Allan
I heard the evening concert and 80 nruokrt Gray whose residence la 69
by audience reaction, was Cole
a AT GOSPEL TABERNACLE Porter's well-worn tune, "Don't sustained was the applause at the chuMell"Lowell Street, Arlington IIT'.83-1' of The Holllngsworth
conclusion of the scheduled program You are ri, ..lred. to appear' on
Fence Me In", given new fresh- Shoe
March XI, JOn, In the above Repair Shop
ness in a highly original arrangement -I that .no artist graciously; named court and cause, wherein
obliged with three encores one of plaintiff necks divorce.. Bradford
nine distinct
4 featuring variations -
c'nunty Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
r r'i'
Pi of style, ranging from sym- which was Vice >e Herbert's belov- In next four weekly issuer.Wltnsss GIVE US A TRIAL -
ir to boogie Here the ed "Ah Sweet M/dlefy of Life', rnv h-nrt and offt.*lnl
phonic woogle.
seal at Sfnrke, Florida, this Feb
artist truly found his forte draw- described by Rufcmoff as his ruary 25, 19 41. I I
forth with facile bow such "favorite". HJKKICIAL HKAI) A. J. Thomas I IAn ,
$ Ing
Clark of -Rid Court
_H versified sound effects as bagpipes I In this final group the lilting Carlton & Drown, Law Exchange BIGGS & BAKER

t whistles, brass bands, and I "Blue Danube" waltz was dedicated Attya.Hldtr, Jackponvllle for Pit Florida 2-2S 4t 3-21
rhumba orchestras. In this "piecede by the .rtist to Mr. and Mrs.
I T. J. Griffin who were In the ix: cincriT COURT DII.O..onOeOIJN'I'V.
resistance" Rublnoff's 103; W. CALL ST.
Rubinoff it
sive mannerisms came audience as guests of .
play, proving that In addition to being their Golden Wedding anniversary Norma M. Pettibone Brawler, PlainI I

his superb artistry he possesses day.
withal, an unfailing sense of showmanship The presentation of Rubinoff In 9 II

'tr ) and has the happy faculty concert here was arranged!: by the
of popularizing his talent. Rotary Club of Starke.

Only In Gershwin's "Rhapsody

IOOF MeetingA
North Starke. The Chamber of
' i t Commerce will bid, as will the Gainesville team of the
/ I lr ,, state management of LovettM I.O.O.F. assisted in the Initiation
( yei
and the A & P Stores of local applicants into the mystic

All breed Ere represented at .rite. of the lodge at toe regular

w' 1/a/ the Ocala show, this week-tad. meeting Thursday night. A steady. El

Evangelist Employs Crayon Art to 6 Months to Pay

I k .rr.

Illustrate Gospel Songs and Sermons Alarm Clocks

'' :f nevj L;r;.jHitchcock: of Kalamazoo Mich. ,

li ....." '. .......... for thisFi'eton

" 44 HoldslSjervices: at Gospel Tabernacle Yes !

1 1Sft; -

An Invitation In. extended to the general public to attend Q

!rf the services. being held earn Sunday. Tuesday Friday WE HAVE THEM! Brand New General

and Saturday nights at the Gospel Tabernacle In AIR CHIEFRADIO r..

Starke, at which Kvangellst B. F. Hitchcock of Kal- Electric Alarm Clocks at Standard Prices.Our -

,, nmaroo, Michigan, Is delivering stirring messages, and,

'4 by the use of his ability: a* a crayon artist adding unusual -

Interest to them ner\Ices. Mr. Hitchcock lines. an past promises to you are realizations, ,00.

elaborate combination of colored lights, which are manIpulated -
with pleadingeffect as the artist draws his whereby you may shop at Starke's finest

,f; i picture and sings. jewelry store for your jewelry and gift needsof The Adam O Console Performance

Kev. Hltrlicock In. the director of one of the country' Nationally Advertised products; "" uuii

l' largest. missionary ministries to children and youth 6 Tubes, Including Rectifier

the Rural Itlble Mission, Inc. Employing a staff of

(i eighteen. missionaries, the mission carries Its ministry This Is just a forerunner of the new merch- $67.95 O Domestic and Foreign Broadcast
Into morn than 2.00O elaMsroonrui of Michigan rural
andise now on the way to our store.
;. .schools>> About 04,000 children and
young people are .. Easy Push-Button Tuning
brought directly under the Influence of this staff ofmlfMloaarien
.... $"'" .....
each: month. Because the organization: Is EXPERT WATCH JEWELRY AND .,= Walnut
"S not affiliated with any denomination, this. unusual permission OPTICAL or Mahogany CabinetFIRESTONE :

G .Is granted by the local and state school authorities SERVICE and REPAIRING 4

Free summer Bible Schools' are conducted In the

1'Fu summer" month, which last year attracted ''',000 chil: '

dreg A fleet of 17 large busses. provide transportation HOME & AUTO SUPPLYJ.

for the children<< A Christian Youth Training Harley F. Strong

c Camp aim! provide. definite training to the older youth,
under the direction of the mission.. The work Is a faithr P. Roberts! Owner

ministry, supported only by free will contributions of The Finest Jewelry Store In Starke 600 Temple Avenue :: Phone: 69
interexted friend. and organizations.!

4 Camp Blandiug Jeweler Since 1941 STARKE FLORIDA

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I known Statement to a.attlan particularly q aCfir a* In I)I Ton are required' to apponi. on Having, Claims Demands Acalnit Walter ITurctr. Puoh. Defendant named Court and i
RH.S diligent March 10, 1147. In cans, wherelai
the above ,
! search and Said Ketatei!: Ca.e No. 6417.ORDER .
School Journal Inquiry I I named! Court and cause, wherein plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
that IS THEREFORE. ORDERED plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Yon and earn of you, are herebynotified OF" rt'ntlf ATIO!>f County Telegraph shall publish this I
aia non-r be, and phe hereby'It,, required| to Order In next four weekly IRM...... any claims and demands Which you 8TATW OK FLORIDA: Walter Wltneaa. my hand and official i
appear In said cause on I I and offlolal or either of you mny have against Haves Piitfhvho.o residence I.: sent at ntnrke, Florida, till* Feb '
e e I The 18th day of March. A. Tuendnv.D. 1947 ,' seal ateatarke, Florida, this KebOFKlcAt.VnAT the estate of Maria K. Hull de- Clear take, low*. ruarv e. 1911.ttrRlt'lAt. .
Ueau Suwannee Conference i>1 lhrwlH the bile R.\-.lun.. of the: Pease 1 late. of Uindford County You are required to ( 8RAT! ) A. J. Thomas I
IIR \nrORM mid bill will !>,< taken* confessed I < | ,> A.:1.: Thomn. Ftiirldn. to the hen H. K.: Ferry. Marrh 17, lt>47. In the Appear above on As Clerk' of said Court. I
,; :TOOL NEWS Held In TrentonThe by the Defendant. A. Clerk of said Court man County Judge of Bradford named Court and cause wherein, II. O. Urown SUurke. Fin I
IT 13 PURTIIER ORDrjnnD .hat 'I ny Lucille C. Connor n. C. County and file. tlio mine In hi* I plaintiff R.I'II dlvorre Pradford Atty. for }'1 1. i-11t STiv
-' this order no publlnlivl I Itt Frank T.andrum, Stark, 'e. office, In tlio County Courthouse In County. Telegraph uliiill I publish this --- I
1.lItor-ln-Chlcf: Suwannee! Conference Is for four conupcutlve week onto a In week the for Tlf. 2-7 r1".u; eight Hrndford" CHlondnr County, FlorUl.i within 'Older In next four weekly I I...II...H.WllnriK (iiiri'rr COCHT, nn"nronn I
ilasklnsSnrlrtY I Hradfotd County '1'.hltrIo, from the hind ("<>! >'TV, fLOIllll I.V: (::11.\.1'1' .
fo'I.lo composed of 16 teams which meet | a nnwuPIIPIT due of 'the firm piitillcntlon horo- my and nfflrUl)
e published In Bradford County, NOTIC.1 of. Pnld claims Iseal, at t Mntku Florida, this l'eullniry f. iitv.IfrnnK: 1
every year to play for the r'toriiia.Thin Nolle U .r domnmla to contiiln If. Feddon.. Plaintiff, I' I
title of hereby (11'1; Yen to all 'the legal' millions of the claimant 12, 1911.tt1FFICl.t1.|! vs.
Idtor: the All-Suvvannea team For the February II. "41. whom It may' onoprn float 1 have and to bn sworn' to and I" tll-\: L) A. J. Thomas, Katherine;I F.! Fvddon, defendant.
Drown A. J. THOMAS, mv Final itupnrt a. Administratrixof a.. aforctiiiJtl. I An fleck of said.. l'mit'l. .. Case No. 6413.oiutRK .
"r will 14
llIrlon past few years the teams have Clerk Of Circuit Court. the .:.t"lo of Roliort T. 0'.I,S. do- I hll r..I. Hen Mevtlon 120 same of the 1933 It" I.urllle C Connor, P. C\ : or piinLirATioM!
been meeting' In Trenton. SEAL) censed Hint, will make _application Probate, Act Dan Kellv. tlr, Fornundlnn Via. ANI NOTICE 1'1) APPKAK I
Editor, Clnyfon & Arnow for Final Ulnelinrfte' to K. K Firymati Data Fob. 14, A. n, 1947. Atty. for Plf. 11-11 4t a-T STATH' OP"' FLORIDA tot. Knthrrlne '
Sport! Bradford's first game was with T!)' Dulphena Co\erNton .., I !"'. Feddon. whose resldonv
Btrlcklnnd Konrl
rout I
Stc\e \Vvlilonhigh Archer and the locals were setback Attorneys for flnlntlff 2-21.t 3-14 'umty 1941. Florida; March piled An roxeciitor: of the last Win and iv rinrrir" ("Ot it r. iitMitpoitii l 1"1 Washlnaton 21 Sixth n.Street C, North Uastl!: ,
S TeMainenr 4'C)1' r'l'1',
of Kl.Ollllttl IN
with a loss of 41 to 23. The I iv t-iHci'iT riu-iTr, O..orRlla Dodd Norris Uu'llI, \:. hull. boceused. I n.itrloorire\', tlll.N. You urn leinilred' to appear on
,1l14or RitAiiFoiin I March 17,
1947. the Rhevnamed
;;ttllt'nt tournament came out with Ala- fniMv: n.t>iiii> \i iv : I 2-7 4t t-t AilminmirntrU. !t. S. 1I"h I.I I. "'. Iteedv Plaintiff vs. court and onuse. wherein' ,
m:1'l'hafll: Law chug seated first and CE Ii", 114\N-l I Altornvr for Kxprtitor I'velyit: Irono heady, Defendant.. ilalnllff( seeks divorce Tlrndfnrd. ,
Walter J. 1140! Initrnhnm Dullding. .
Cass No. 8IOi
a e e e e Prnxjek Plaintiff vs' iv run rorvrv Ciinnly Telegraph, shell '
publish this
second That makes Alachua Mary Pro"jek' jrnoiro rornT Mliiml. KloiUl.i, 2-11 4t S.Trlnrl'l'P 1)1.. ,>Klt Hi'[ PfPUICATlOV t t I
the efndiint. Case No. I'll .''1) FOR lilt tup-unit t-iu :>. Order In next four weekly 'IHIMIVH.vitnonk \ \
All-Suwannee team for this Salt '1'\'. "'I.onlI" 1'11011\1'1: AMI" SO'I'I'''J'I'l'h:1: Mi \ niv hind, and official ,
Editorial ORDER OF I'lTnLH'\TIO-l' : In Ito: Kxintit of 8TATW OK r-I.OUin\ to: Kvolyn enl .at Mtnrkn, Florid, tills FeU-
I ANn NOTlt'l 1'0 AJ'PI1An Maria( 1 1C. hull Ire lIo Reedy. whose ri'slititncn nntlaililres nun 11, 9941.luh'FICIAL .
son.Each Prg ,\ 1\41'Y Uuconnod. iv roinr. lilt 'nl'OIl) IB Suinoi''vllk', Alflmiacliumitts HHAT) A. J. i I
ten of lek llwb ceFr siden land 1'1)1\'I'1', Ki.oiiini III Thomas '
a, .' rchool" students year outstand- a ad- No'riCE'en CRF n'1'on'l!' I 1':1": '. tIISN-: I I \n Clerk of said Court.
.hool to do for them I ing players are picked to hold the 'dross la unknown. To All Creditors and All f'emoni Roth locker Puirh. Plaintiff v.. March Von are II, required 111 n. In to the appear above nn''' ?....h H. lloiiitlaH, Ualnenvllln. Flit. r

o f Anf...*->t.>fn....tntv......._ant...* 7Judy tale of A11-- !i'iurnnnoa. f1ntfna- for I _...- -'_._- _._- --......."..,......<_. w_ ._-IM_ _- '" "'.-. _._._ I.-" ., .-Atty._ for Plf .. } I4t 1-7
>'hO answers that one the year. Billy Edwards: Starke' ; ,

I cully deserve the turkey I II forward was picked as the All- /+ I II I

school didn't purchase thebuldlng Suwannee player from this coun- +
JuHt because It's a ty. Nine other boys were picked

place to have around. It wa from the surrounding counties.
Following are the AllSuwanneeptayers I l
,it so high; school students
1,1,1 have a place to have the for this year: Johnson, !

I of good time they should be Alachua: Sklrvln Alachua; Rld-

ig 1 for What have the stu- aught Hawthorne; Hug-gins, High ,

done toward showing a lit Springs; Edwards Btaike; G. The Red Cross

Ipprccintlon? There are a Wear Archer; C. Wear; Archer: 1 drive is on w I

regulars- -thoao who you'll Grant, Trenton; Weaver, Chief : I I

|at all the school dances, who land; Beach Branford "

f dancing playing: ping-pong Towns In the Suwannee Conference ,

t being around other boys are: Archer Alachua, Branford "
t rli. Hut this small group Bell Chlefland, Codar Keys r t t

"ys, and girls doesn't come Hawthorne Melrose. Waldo, Wil M. P f fr t ti I

there close to the number liston Lake Butler, Starke, New- : r ,i.

pond the evening elsewhere. berry Trenton, Branson, High !
I ; t
} stand Itself or Springs.
thing! can by ...... .' ,
Lcessful without a little help ,.1 \ I
I somewhere. How do the .
its expect the school to deBto IV nitrrrr rornr. nil.'nFOIlO
('fH'V'1'Y, FLOUIIJAI IM CIIIMinv. : i
do anything for them If ,
( show little or, as too many T! 'tty Mae MrCluro, Plaintiff vs
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John I McClure Dvfantlnnt. Cane
The It stands
In interest. way No. C415.
Ithcri isn't much fun In itlivbody ORDER OF rrrnLifATiovAND :

because fun or en- STATE f :NO'I'lCR'en OP PI/3 KI DA AI'PHAH to: JohnP. ,Tea, the war is over. ;;

Inment comes from people McClure, whose reHlilcnce and .. I l
I lot* of them. Personally. I nd
Il9 though the school hasto You are required to appear on .. But the Red Cross war against misery and suffering nevert .' \, ;, r
a tremendous! expense March 17. 1347. In the abovenurneil n ;
; Court and i wlvrelnrlalntlfr i "- ,"
Ims 1 made a bad Investment.shou1lln.t seeks Jlvi entice>r, ... rtriulfnrd ends. In peace, as in war, the Red Cross keeps on fighting- '
make any student County Telegraph. shall publish this I
I'.lke patting himself on the Order in next tour' weekly |HBU<-IWltnens fighting for human happiness and welfare all over the world.
my'hanl and, official '
) pecally!: when he or she peal at Htnrkn, Florida, this Feb- 1 i. /
show appreciation for the ruary 12, 1947.OFFICIAL + I
HBAM A. J. Thomas. .
.13 being made to benefit \a Clerk of MM, Cour ASK THE VICTIMS OF DISASTER. Hurricanes, floods and epidemics strike at thousands '.;/ '. : '
alone. Remember It's ,there ''y l.uollle I C. .'nminr, "
rlomlnir. Jones; Hcott f1'I13't.: Barnett ,$ of American families This the Red Cross u 5. i
von and you've nothing to Nntlnnal Bank Building Jacksonville : every year. year, as always ; : y' : ;

[but alone something can't buy.'to gain thaty --Uy. for. Florida Plf. 2.14 4t 3-T /a >' will be there-with emergency medical aid for the injured food, ,:> ,,;:', '" .1. t

>; clothing and shelter for the homeless rehabilitation for the needy. l"' "
iv: cincuiT cornr. nn\nronncor I f -: i
bor Biogs "TV, FL1JRIO" iv: CHAM :, ; I
CI'RV.: i War against human suffering never ends [ \t: I I0
: .
Daniel J. Mor-lpllan Plnlntlff. v.. .. !. 1 !
Ity. Jean Horns, ,who Is a Ada Virginia MfClellan: Defendant. : '

e eye'It i 1118'antowh"hatr."eShim !: < ,thlf year has d I Zai:. .DR AND No.&':6402.NOTICB A..olI'lpCJU.UArTON.' TO APPEAR- ,.y ln_ iww4' ;\ASIC OUR WOUNDED VETERANS. They know at"firsthand how the Red Cross .' "' ,:'" -t"">:'. I :,f'. ; 'I i If \

en April 30, 1929 at STATE OF FLORIDA tot Adairginia ,. t ....t f. A ., ... U ,
|ole Florida: She attended Vi ene* 1.McClellan 11-A whine penc.r .real\\joG.. .". '" y.; helps them through their suffering, and makes their d ay.ua 1 b. ; \ ".; ',

\\13 at In Hampton the 9th grade and' :''started,'She IM Brooklyn You ar.New required York. to appear on : ",'' "' :\.' Right now, the Red Cross Is providing thousands with guidance in personal :i ;:!::,('Ir+ '\' l t h hf I t t

ecretary of,the, Senior, Class. March named court 10, 1947 and cause In the, wherein above ; ; and family problems furnishing representation for their claims I'W 1;'t'if''hq'H j ',>: \ I

had been a member: of the plaintiff Telegraph seeks 'dlvorre.hall publish Bradrnn thisOrder u', to civilian life. ..", 1h ... r '
I Club for three years. Her In next four weekly I litaue. : aiding readjustment ;I'i':. ,jMI; J.., ,,. 4 I i

I are good books movies, P ndnlnjr. seal Witness at Starke my, hnnd Florida and, this olflcla 7ebOPFIc'lAI .114;," Concern for our veterans' welfare never ends! ', :: ... t!
!. Her ambition Is to go roar S. 1917.y ,:1' ::1(\' I 0 ,, i iI I
/SEAL) A. f. Thomas.
(legs and then to be an Alr- A.( Clerk of* said 'ourt. ; .

kk 05tollll. Wo Wish Betty. lot? Zach By Xiticllle II./ pntiRlaih C. Conner aalne D..vlU C.*, Fin. I :i ASK OUR GIs. The Red Cross Is a link with home. It helps maintain t !I
in her career ,. a
for PIG "
--- Atty. the GI'S morale-with recreational programs and many personal services. '

'an June Hall was born on tv nnri'iT roi'MT. Bni.rnnn .!
r 19, 1927 at St. Petersburg ("fn vrv, FI.OIIIO. 1"1 WIAMt.ii : : The need for this touch of home continues! eN I I II I
<: : r. I
|''a. Sh" Is a Senior and a Theodora n. Qreve, plaintiff, vs.Maurren ,f I I
er of the Girls Glee Club. Grove, Defendant Cane f I
hi- IJI'H- and Co. fi'100.OIIUKR\ ASK THE VICTIMS'OF ACCIDENTS. Every 100,000 killed and f JO.000,000 injured
: green eves I OP PITPLICATION year, are I t I

[ brown hair to match likes foot-her STATE ANn OF NOTH'B FLORIDA TO API'KAIl to: 'MaureenOreve. \ I by accidents in the U. S. Red Cross First Aid, Water Safety, l c I I
personality She I whose ruHliliwce and address i iF
4'no' and cooking' and her r C"lltornla.Y.In: 31106 i Palm. Street San Diego '., and. Accident Prevention programs help reduco this tragic toll. : iI J

dhl'k" Is! MATH. She has! ren.-trcd. to appear on
ore 1'
bt of talt'ng! pictures. HerOn March 10. 1947. .In the I\III"e -- The war on accidents never; ends! i
naiiiHil, Court. and" caun. wherein I I"l'
( Is to become a steno- lnlntlff ne..kM l dlvi>n-... ''''II'H.'O ,
fer, Lots of luck, June. County Telegraph shall piiMlnli this '
Order in neat. four weekly I 1."lIeR I I tt

Jirquclynne ITasUlna bet- rUllI'. Witness at'&. Stnrku my, Ii'lorld.i hand, and this nfnj'imvul Feb l : So the Red Cross asks you to Give! ;i : 'i.I ; ; !

town ai "Jackie" at BH3, ,ot"PI.'I A"7HBAI.) A. J. Thomas, I
horn m Aujruat 19, 1929 at t- f'",..r""t nf unlil rnnrt (".

yhrk Oa. She has attended TY William! Lnrllle n.C.Morgan Cnnnnr Fifth n Floor 1 \ :for this vital, humanitarian work, the Red Cross needs your help. : i '
|l (In Clark, IIhhc. Jaeksunvllle. 'Ia.Atty. II "
Rniiuwlclc naldwln.and Ocala Is now Key-at- for 1'If. 1.1 4t 2.25Iv ; Your contributions will help thousands of our fciiow-tlmcricans'I, :' I 'I I :

fff Pt3 She wa! secretary THE rinrtiT fotnr. nn';>- many of them In our own community. :'- \;
Junior TV, FI.o110.4.v .: .
\ Class last year. She Foil n < OI % '
iSo "
ell ''C"II: V. *
p"en '
n cheerleader for the I"
Ann Tucker. : : '' '
"'o years, and Is Plalnlilt.' ;: ,
irer of the now Letter-sect' I Samuel v. Turker. Case XO. I4M 1'i. won't you give now to the American Red Cross? It depends on ., ; 'Y. p '

flub onomn p..t..ndnnl.III" iLICATTON ANDNOTirH I '-1 you just as countless Americans will depend on it. t.1..! : i
has brown APHRAR i
and T'>
I, hI' "' and her eyes Is 8TATK OF FLORIDA to: !'amllelTu'k..l' We know you won't let them down! i t' : '
hobby chow" residence Is un- J'
I ire> 11' chewing gum. SheO known. .t: .tisi t i
O I' and Y.... Are required to appear I1nMRr..h ), ., : ;
poetry, not too'rd 4i
I. In the abov namedl'ourt .1.
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her only dislike Is I and 'Jau.., wherein' plaintiff '' ; '. ,I r-1Io: i
In' Ttrartrora. County
"liS types). Jackie Telegraph .hall publish. this', Order ast. ;
t t"hlt'on'' to get married. four weakly, Issues'' GIVEso RED CROSS : :
In next :
gilt", "h man. ''otj comes of luck along; and hope I peal Witness at 14.tllarke 1947.tOFICiAL n'v, hllnd Florida and, this official Feb, w. your ? .n', : .l' ni;

I I'lJoJAL' A. J. Thomas, .q
i Court. .. '"
A" Clerk nt said '
Anderson Lappe hasreen R'lll/nms/ and Cobh f.ake F'utl..r.y.lnrl"I" : l '
eyes and Is a titian Attorney for the plaintiff can carry on ;;'
fnfl 3-21 4t S-14 r ,
_war born on Decem- . .
-.. -,.-, .-.F
'" I"" 1111'1' .
!I at St. 1"- t'liM m
Louis Mo. .
KH.II: '"i Ji'r iei'
"ted! to school at BITS In 'llIf'II'I'F1.01111)t.. 1.'II"- foil OH"Fo..1t "- -

.It 1/1 grade!the and 10th was and class, ',llthlv re- Paul t.Urvmnln'uiterson:"' f'n"'TY, FLOIUII", Tip Top Super MarketCARPENTER'S Farm, Home & Auto Supply I r rl(, : :

'! vor .
was In the Oboe Club Wilbur Patterson, .

"f" wr. and! has been a Del f AHE nrtiintNOTICM :N0. 53qlI / "

'AI@" for the I la-t two sea- TO APPEAR Florida Bank At Starke .j !
"" a"d .
member : ,_
,. of the Letlb -:1 I ORDER OF PCI"LICTlotIt ,
; She rku cheer- ,.; bv affidavit In The Rexall Drug Store Member Federal. Depoull. Insurance
raus" Paul I'rvan p"'t..rMon' Corp.
r.. w'mrilnrdancing: and i I said. Ruth Wilbur )'ntteIuuon.' ,", 1""- o. : ;" J '
t''lker': Patterson le the 1
are caty people Paul Bryan
11" ." I Wllhur Pnuer-"
and It'h

Of 'Heeling music old She coins has, and a'1 Court son "la or the 11ra.ltor,1 Defcndun County. In Ih"FI.trld.""IrellitI H. C. WALL AGENCY -- 1surance KOCH DRUG STORE t 41 ,
;' causetnatPlttuthf
I'' glum Dorothy's amblJ1 I In ehnncerr,. la and(.uwklno In which; a not be a model. Lots of WllbnPatur.".. the ) .
D Deb,-ndant therein named, !I. ,a .non-and ,tt i !
re id..nt of the State of.

l1av" left-" and legal abe 1.wh.no.per.nn... .last New A"anu.known In)jock the.%StatS Wav..r'residence and of'Ih'Ih..re, FI"rl"I.'iii. 411Cnyuta goCnbnty Starke &&& Bottling Co. Florida Power & Light Co. r I ; ':

of .uhp..na upon whom I\t
the service
honl'atilt your needs: onion I I, would bind paid D.fendant and ; ;; \ ,
rag: Content, I Ithat: the Defendant I I. ever thS airs '
second )
that "
.t.> and
The TELEGRAPH. siB..w'.tv., eforthr1n said. .....r... t

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tit' rinccrr rovnt. nnAnronnCOUNTY (11II..ch. n, 1947. In the above IN! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD named court
Dan Duryea SeenIn More Power For FloridaOne / FL.O1UOAI CUAN.I named court and cause, wherein COCN:.ry, rt.antuAi c11ANcltnY. Plaintiff seeks and caey
( CKBY. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford divorce, I
New Role Irene Fllley, PlaIntiff v.. Glenn County Telegraph, shall publish. this. Herman Rchram. Plaintiff, "... MaryIeb..am County TelegraphOrder 1haIIsE 2
Order I; neat four weekly lnuea.witiienn /: Defendant. Case No. 543J. In nest tOUt ,
Lee Case No.
Fllley Defendant *
my hand and offlrtsseal ORDER OF PUBLICATION Wltnew 1
r At Park TheatreDan 0414. Florida, this February my him<
at Htnrke AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seal at Starke and' ,'
J. Thomas, STATIil OF FLORIDA to: Mary' ruary 20, 1947.OFFICIAL till
Duryea, whose! screen pres- AND NOT1CI3 TO APPEAR ( fI-hr"m. whose r..*ldenre and address -
following have STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Glenn Ae Clerk of said Co-irt. In, : UfO Phelan Place, Bronx, ( SEA)..,
s tige and public A. Clerk J1'1 I
Uy Lucille C. Conner X C. of nalrt ,, \
I soared dizzily through his last Lea Flll..y, whose residence and ad- 3. ft. HnrrlHon.. Law Exchange Pldgtackennville New YAH York.art rpnnlred, to appeari three pictures, will be seen again dress IH unknown. Fie March. S4, 1947, In the above Atty.ir tor Plf..ndrUII'' rNh t
-I4 4t S-T
locally when his newest film,, You are required to appear on Atty. for Plf. 1..10 j

'"Whlto TIe and Tails" la shown at 1r err -
tha Park Theatre three days, Sun J, we h
day. Monday and Tuesday. lVil '
Starting with "The Woman In il( -
1 1I' 1t
the Window" and following with
"Scarlet Street" and "BlocJ
Angel," Duryea has proven him-
self one of Hollywood's. best actors I'' I if
2 as well as one of its top box 76' -

office attractions. yq 3" Iati R4 L>&
In "White TIe and Tails," In A1 .

which and William he co-stars Bendix with, Ella ho tries Raines anew .1M ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft

type of portrayal anti proves I Itt A A A A A A A A A A A fl *,

I himself as capable of handlingthis W V a/'V 2 t U\ \/ tM 1 1I % *% U t% 10 53$ ?pt '
assignment as ho was in more s U
sinister parts.
The story, based on "The Victoria -
Docks at 8," by Rufus King
y and Charles Beahan, finds Duryea 1f 1 y
playing A butler in the elaborate It takes last modern engineered and, yes, expensive A

t home of a New York millionaire: bottling equipment to handle seven bottles every -
la society
Miss Raines a
family. N second. Yet that is the of the lax
girl whom be meets while h" Is capacity Brewing
P masquerading aa a genteel man Company's newly modernized bottling shop.

of wealth and Bendlx appears aa We spent $140.000 on our bottling shop to enable us to
truck owner of a
the MlClet1
h 4
1 gambling establishment.Although satisfy your ever-increasing demand for golden,mellow

1 the story la* comedy- JAX your favorite Drink of Friendship. Today, the TAX

romance. there are mystery and bottling shop is the last word in efficiency, able to pro '
excitement in the disappearance duce than of million bottles of JAX 1'
more a quarter a
1 Raines sister, Patricia suiwwsx
t of + Jtlte.! .>a1 .rps
AJ lhln. aa well as broad comedy every working day. tt, is ri iLl&
presented by Bendix and Jenka. of the world's finest plants fuel oil dally. Its turbine generator W
DuryeVs numerous fans may for generating electricity was t largest single unit in the com-
bojnirprlaeil find their favorite Formally opened Tuesday ate t pany's system, whirls its.blades ata We have spent more than $250,000 in recent months

It i In a non-sinister role but advance Riviera, near West Palm Beach, speed faster than sound.J. making improvements that were long delayed by the -
jli i Information from Hollywood Is by the Florida Power & Light H. Dupre, manager of the war. These improvements help us give you better '
1' that he will win many new friends Company, McGregor Smith, presi- Blanding district, states that while
a with.hla Jeft'performance.Tha dent, announced yesterday.The half of the electricity generatedby service and safeguard the quality of JAX which. ex :

role of a society girl, too, plant (pictured above) Is the new Riviera plan, will pro- y t perts say. is already of the highest possible excellence.:: J
111. definite change for.Miss. the most powerful single generating vide Sunshine service for the : f i
unit of the company's system, more than 69,000 persons In the dtiitffitly
coat in roles
Raines. Usually grMY/ Remember this when crave a cooling cheering. JI
her scant chanceto and Is rated at 83,000 kilowatts I Palm Beach area, it is interestingto you
which display given her great natural hourly. It provides the company note that there Is a surplus of refreshing drink. Ask for mellow, satisfying JAIL the L ., .

beauty, In "White Tie and Tails" with a major source to bolster I power from it which will go into Beer of Friendship. You simply can't buy better beer
r elaborate, modern present service and provide for the company's state-wide inter- r i
she wears an at price! i
at other any h.eEER.
wardrobe, the value, of one ensemble Future growth of the areas served.' connected lines for use
alone being estimated at It is the largest project under- points throughout Florida. Thus,
4 taken by Florida Power & Light the new plant becomes an important r
since 1025. and )is a part of a link in the company's state-
$((24,000,000 .two-year expansion wide system, affording additional tt
program. The plant site covers protection to service in many 4 JAX BREWING COMPANY "Ilwt..rC
21 acres on U. S. Highway No. 1 communities. .
on the west shore of Lake Worth,!I Several thousand visitors Inspected -
y At capacity output the new the huge plant Tuesdayat ,
I plant consumes 100,000 gallons of IIIJ'f Its dedication ceremonies.

WInthrop O. Welter Plaintiff v. 'C*. Felter, whose residence and ads SHOW RADII
I babel (\ Welter, Defendant. Can dre. U: 107 Floral Blvd. Floral
ALL MAKES No. 0423.t Park, Long bland New York.. BIGGEST m
I You ar* required. to. appear March 14, U47. In the above
Work Guaranteed named Court and. cause r wherein -
4 ] .Quick ServiceEASTERN NOW t0 fill QUIlxr County plaintiff Telegraph eeelui tliroroe.shall publish Bradford this
RWl FROM IAINFUI Order In next. four weekly Is.useWltn.s.
.M my-hand and oftlrtalsoal
"i AUTO COLD MISERIES at Stark, Florida. this February -
? 20, 1911.OFFICIAL .
SUPPLY 617 666 NOW' ( SUAt. ) A. J. Thomas,
Ae Clerk of said Coart.
+ STARKE FLA. fm tr.se.eu.ctis Ry Lucille C. Conner. D. C.
.*COll rtEHUMTIOHSONi T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla
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