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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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With Colonel Bradford Starke Fla. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :I



March 5, 1947r

Cui Bradford: Official County Publication Established In 2877VOLUMN
1 am sure that you want the Impression that Starke makes on r

who pass! through, and also on those of us who came .. -- -
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tourists from SIXTY-MINK tMAllKE. FLORU> ,.'umiv, :\1.\RClI7. 1041 NUMBER TWENTY:
a longer visit after' obtaining desirable" Information your -- -- H _.____ __ -- -. .-- -. .. -.. -. .- I

11 secretary. we like of the the people Chamber of Starke of Commerce.NOW. and we. thoroughly apprecl- ;;- -i 1 I

your charming Southern hospitality. But there are some things Chas. Lawson's Pen-of-Three Takes l{ Bradford To Get 15 Miles

should be corrected and I am sure that you would like to


. are we with feel a Uttl without planning becoming and! work offended.a'jr.1 May These I tell things you what cangreeted First Place In FFA Class at ShowCharles I iNew Hard Road Bay* less .


: we park our cars to go Into your nice cafes, and the Lawson, youthful stockman and member of the .

,age and papers thrown all over the ground In the rear and even Bradford County Chapter Future Farmers of America, took

",' >' your store and garages id terrible. This takes ones ap- first place for "pen of three" in the FFA division at the Fat Hospital Fund Brooker-Worthington, Hampton-Theressa. I. I

:c At first we thought It possibly was an oversight on the part Stock Show in Ocala last week and was reserve champion For Indigents Lawtey-State Farm Named '
collectors. but when we see tins same unsightly con- of three.
tv garbage (second place winner) for the entire show pen {
? my after day, we are at a loss to understand why nothing has W. B, Sewell Needed, Board ToldThe By Chairman I

done about it. Several places in particular do, not even use president of the

',age palls but simply throw their trash and garbage In piles all Florida Bank at rr K a need of a fund providing Approximately 15 mile of additional hardsurfacedroad \

,nti their premises and then the dogs or other stray animals scat- Starke, announced "( ; hospitalization for Bradford citizens will be constructed in Bradford County in the near I

it everywhere. yesterday that Y tt b .rl financially unable to pay hospital future according to an announcement by' Elgin Bayleaa,

Surely Starke's mayor and council can see this condition artdItl { this institution has l"1i' bills was recognized by the chairman the State Head Department, who was in Starke l

remedy it. I have mentioned this to several of your citizenshave awarded young i eke County Commissioners during Thursday of last week conferring; with State Senator Charley 1 ) 1

asked why they did not go to their mayor or council aboutSo Lawson a cash their "firat Monday" meeting E. Johns. '

I am appealing. you through your delightful column, in prize of $50: for .mss the courthouse here this week. Totaling approximately $279,000 the three contracts 'f I I

hope that this situation will{ be cleared up. his excellent secK The Board voted to sponsor .a will include around ;six miles

\\> came here expecting to purchase a home in Starke but think ord e a t a bliahed' } !till In the State Legislature next Rotarians AskedTo I from Brooker to Worthington I
at the show. April which would authorize
for that. '
little longer '
'all wait a Springs four miles from
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Yours very truly, Exhibiting four county to levy a tax not exc \ed- Boost National Hampton to Thereaaa and t
Ing one mill the proceeds to defray -
bred whiteface f
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A Visitor. pure
5 5 hospitalization fur the coun Guard Company five miles from the State
.. Herefords, Farm to All three
ty's Indigent The action was Lawtey. i
averaging around Sgt Norbnrt Szymcxak, regular are important farm-to-market
taken after a committee composed -
ndreds Visit Florida Plastics 1,000 pounds each t of Mrs JOB. E. Wilson of army instructor stationed with roads and will provide improved -

Charles "stole the '.." Starke, and Miss Miriam Stubbs the National Guard In Starke, transportation facilities
show" at Ocala last Thursday as steers at the show were H. A. and Mrs. Loretta Stubbx, both of wall guest speaker at the Rotary for a large number of farmers

Open House Events In Plant he entered the ring, astride one I I Lawson 2 at 3c() per pound; Tip Green Cove Springs, all representatives Club Wednesday, asking supportof cultivating rich areas of Bradford
steer, and leading the other two', Tip Top Super Market 1 at 32c: ; i of the State Welfare the organization in helping to County farm land.

I that went to comprise his pen of Darby B roe. 1 at 31.70c; and Board, appeared before the com- build the local company Hq. & Chairman Baylens promised that
l.ndreda. of v'lslto"rs from eration In setting the plant up ina three. He stated yesterday that I Cook's Grocery 1 at 31c. j missioners Monday morning/ and Hq. Co., 2nd Hn., 124th Inf., to two of tho roads will be constructed .'

fku and surrounding communl- most satisfactory manner. he feels amply repaid for the With the great Interest shown 1 pointed out the growing need for desired strength this year, but did not specify I
attended the open house held Typical of the contents expressed months of untiring effoit that' on the part of local buyers this such a fund. Sgt. Symczak gave 1brl'" review which ones, according to a statement -' I
Vorida Plastics, Inc., on Mon- by visitors at the open went into preparing his entries for year It is expected that! the 1 trad- Many counties In Florida already of the long and honorable by Senator Johns.

j.md, Tuesday evenings for the house were: the show. ford FFA Chapter will haves a hnve such a fund and levy, history of the National Guard and The Road Department head was I
I >M of familiarizing the pub- Sen. Charley E. Johns: "J very- Local buyers were active large number of exhibitors at the ,
very I I the committee stated, and pointedout described the Increased Import. accompanied' on his visit to Starke
,tit this new Industry which thing looks 1000 percent. Hope at the .Bale last Friday, with I show next year. that the pauper fund Is unable anon that I III being given the organization by Hob McClure, secretary and
Into production here early you will stay with us a 1000 of In order to tlmulate. Interest,
George Kopelousos, proprietor to matt hoxpitalizatlorv., demand In the now national W. :M. Wainwright, auditor.
week.esenting. years the Guidon Grill setting the pace i Mr. KopelouHOH has announcedthat *. defense program. He also pointedout
an amazing display W :B. Sewell, president Florida in three of Lawson's ho will up to $2 per
by bidding pay I' that the company here, If recruited -
A committee of citizens from"
Bank at Starke "Florida Plastics Col. Long To Serve i
ibjecU! made from plastics, : steers at 43,75 cents per pound pound, on the hOof If the grand the area east of Lawtey appeared to full strength, woul,1bring
typical of those that will soon looks very promising1, on the hoof. Totaling around 2- champion of the show Is produced before the Board during its. session a payroll of approximately On Division Staff ,
oiling from assembly line W E. Middleton: "Most won- of beef a member of the local\ FFA
700 pounds' Kopelousoe'purchase by and assistance $20,000 annually Into the community t
officials of the company derful. Would be''a credit to a represented an Invest- chapter. H. A. Lawson states requested county OF National GuardCol.
In drainage problems tn| that
..d visitors and conducted much larger city. that he twll to $2
pay up per
ment of $1194. "
"The I locality. The matter was' laid Rotarians were urged by the T, T. Long, who entered(
i of F. Strong, Jeweler: .
Harley
through each department The' fourth Lawson steer was pound for the reserve champion.Mr
Jiuge plant which Is housed informer flraf and finest asset Starke can bid in by the Starke Chamber of Sewell announces that the give the commissioners oppor- speaker to help Interest men between upon active duty with; the Army I
until the next meeting to the agesof 18 and 35 in
Blondlng" Center build- brag upon." Commerce at 36c per pound and $30 in cash prizes: for the best over local when the National Guard] was
to Investigate the matter, enlistment In the company.Sgt. \
tunlty
In East Call Street. Fred Guy, manager Gainesville was reMold to Lovett's. I bank will again award a total. of Symczak was Introduced by mobilized Nov. 90, 1040, was t

swung guests were Charles Coca Cola plant:"Your potentialities Other local purchasers of FFA | entries from this county. A. J. Thomas, chairman of tbd separated from th service at the

'nderson, president of the are unlimited Florida Plastics .. ....,.-. '" [ Mrs Dollie Reddish Rotary Community Service com- camp' feab... g lit! 1 Mpratlonyr.bT' ,
_any, Mrs..W. C...FEulk, vice is '''Without doubt Starke's = is Sentenced, to Life;._ mitte...wb4. omt.doatjLliat GoV. ", idy bdi C" hft now I l h
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dent, B. H.; Hankln produetts..lM..ietessstlfeedtsttoa 8et ",. UmifeTo 4 Co cil
| greatest +XT StY 1t a trnor CaMwell baa just lAud
City ( .
terminal
ear 1-. X'S ThoiSSiv cfertf"bf I f- hee.Ir.cult Take.Higher Appeal call to civic leaders to acquaint leave at his home here.rCol t r

and W. CJnFaulk, sales court: "You have, an excellent Reddish 80 of Rai. themselves fully with the aetlvl- Long received hi*r promotion f
Mr*. Dollie <
get of the Jacksonville of- : display: ,ef equipment and Issues Cab Permit To Strickland ford was sentenced to life -imprisonment tits of ,the National Guard and to full colonelcy 'upon .pa-\, t

? manufactured<< article We aref. for, on Wednesday of last to support It to the utmost ration and announced this) week' ,
,aili de ,
of the various arts '
you 100 percent"J. I week by Circuit Judge A. Z. Ad that h. will maintain "connection S I k
who guided visitors'ighout Decision to let the city limits I Reopening the taxlcab Issue with
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W. Wallis machinery company kina for the slaying of her husband AAs Drop Game with the National Guard
Is" and the aa
the plant were liar- of Starke remain "as abrupt suddenness Councilman '
Jacksonville: "I consider Reddish, at their
VanVIeet, In charge: of theme your general layout excellent. issuing of a permit to Clayton Junlua M. Smith jnoved that the home. In Russell Ralford In August 1945. To Melrose 4449The : assistant G-3 (Alteration and
room; Wm. Brown and arrangement progressively Strickland for the operation of I Council issue licenses for the operation training officer) on the Division''
.t Cousins, in charge -of the Machinery .. two ,7-passenger taxicabs featured< of taxlcaba to anyone who Prior to sentencing Mrs. Red Starke Athletic Association Staff!! of Oen. Jos. E. Hutchinson t
story; John Shifpe, in good. a lengthy ,,session of the City I will 'operate according to city dish, Judge( Adkins, Hitting In the basketball quintet played a strong for' the northern part of Florida
e of the finishing' depart- N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Bradford Council here Tuesday night. I regulations and pay the fee of $:)0 Alachua County Circuit Court, Brooker combine last night Col. Long was In the Philippines I
and W W. Addison and D. County legislator: "After viewingthe Yielding to the protests of a 0-pasaenger cab, and an additional had denied her motion for a new (Thursday) on Armory court beginning at the close of tho war (and '

Uliu, general! supervisors.party plant I am convinced thatFlorida large delegation of property own 1 $10 per passenger.The trial made through her attorney, at 8 o'clock There were pent some time with the. occupation -
Plastics Is the most val Zach Douglas. She la now at liberty for holders of the1 I
for employees their ers, the city dads abandoned plansto Council had previously refused door prizes ; forfeit In Japan lie came'
and husband, was givenlay uable industry that Starke and extend the city limits a short to renew Strickland's per under $5,000 bond, following lucky tickets. Results are nut home on leave, before being returned
afternoon in the new neat vicinity possesses. If I as a distance -east and northeast of mit on the grounds that public an appeal/ to the State Supreme available/ as the Telegraph's deadline -) to the Philippines where ha'npent !
citizen and a member of the Flor- which they had Court by her attorney. occurred prior to game time. his lust. nix months of
which has just been open. town--a move by convenience and necessity' did not service -
the plant under the man- ida Legislature can" assist you, hoped to "square up" the existing warrant taxi service other than Throughout the trial, which was The AA's lout a hard-fought encounter with the 12th Division of

nt of H A. Manassa. At please command me city boundarIes that being provided by the Starke carried to Alachua County undera to Melrose there February Philippine Scouts at Camp O'Don-
time Mr. Hankin announceddsslgnmpnt J. C. Hoover photographer: "A Present to protest the extension Taxi Service under its original change of venue, following a 21*, with the close final score nell on Luzon. r t

of department great plant. We are proud( to were F. F. Flume, L. O. Pow franchise. The action taken Tuesday previous mistrial In Union County, reading 44 to 49. At the halfway

and expressed his apprecia- have such a wonderful I industryIn ell, Mrs. W. H. Perkins, Mrs. night places the taxi situation Mrs Reddish contended that the pause, the score stood Melrose 43, Local Plumber '

Ito employees for their coop- Starke Mattie Gahagan, D. E. Knight,, I once more on a "free for all"basis. shooting was accidental, occurring AA's IS: and during the final half!
--- I Nat Williams, C. A. Futch. H. A. while she and her husband were the local cagorn goaled 20 pointsto Buys BuildingFor I

Elected Lawson, John Powell, Earl Cook,, : Other matters of grappling for the possession of a their opponent's Spectators/ New LocationPurchase
ies of Thefts Robt. Green the Importance pistol during an argument, speculated that another minute of _
and J. H. Dupre representing .
transacted by the Council Tues
s Unsolved Head of Gun Club Florida Power & Light Company.. day night Included the approvalof Reddish was the son of Drew play would Starkeward.have turned the tide)I of a building on Temple *

After listening to a number of I plant. presented by Mike Reddish, well-known Hellbronn of victory Avenue, last occupied by the
irke's police force ,yesterdayhad Robert Green, Starke businessman protests and pleas to "Include us Maruca for the construction of a Springs farmer, and a brother of Saturday night the locals bat Bamboo restaurant, warn announced -

no clue to the identity was chosen as president of out", the Council voted to let the three-store business building costing County Commissioner P. D. Red- tled a strong Waldo quintet on yesterday by E:. T. Shull, local

e lock breaking artists per- the local Rod and Gun Club last city limits remain as at present, approximately $5,000, at the dish.l Armory court here, and althoughthe plumber.
election held by members with the exception that they be Intersection of Cherry and Tenth Mrs. Reddish Is a daughter of AA'a struggled mightily; they Mr. Shull who for the put several -
dUng a series of seven burg- week in an H. A. revised went of town to "let out" Streets; and the condemning of Tuck Dnwllng. former clerk of ended the game on the short end years has conducted his

here Friday night of last at Darby'a Store. certain other property owners the old colored lodge hall In the circuit court In Union County. of a 44-37 decision _in_ I plumbing business from his residence k
Bishop Jr., and L. M. Gaines were who were taken In last year against Reno A. T." Paul custodian of -- on West Lafayette St.. i

e total loot acquired by the elected to serve jointly as secre their will. 'this delapldated structure will be states that the building is now being

era Is estimated at approxl- tary-treasurer. Outgoing officersare Later In the meeting the Council notified to have It torn down at 150 Attend Chamber of Commerce reconditioned and. that he will
ly $150. Harry H. Houston, president, voted to make a flat charge of once. move his business. Into Its newlocation

!Beat loser was Nick's Bar- and Charles Darby, secretary- $50 per run when the fire department It Wall decided to reissue a license mama time next week.
to extinguish blazes Hear Review of 1946 Work The 08x78 building was purchased .
House located a few rods treasurer. Is called to Mike Klondes on a probationary Banquet; I II
from Its Mr. and
owners,
and Gun Club is holdIng located outside the
of the city limits on the The Rod at property status for tha operationof
I dr.. A. B. William for ,OOO.i .
skeet shoots It was estimated that I I
limits.
nvllla Highway. After competatlve city his burtnetis. If there Is "any 1946 outlined by
In as
the One of the largest group ever Chamber The transaction was closer Mon,
.ng the lock off the front every Thursday afternoon beginning this charge will barely cover further trouble" the license will i i
the club, the runs. to assemble for an affair of thin 'resident Thomas, Included: The lay.
the prowlers made off withof at 2:30: o'clock at actual cost of making be revoked permanently, the, ,
assorted clothing. located one and one-half miles In line with this motion the clerk Council stated.Councilman kind gathered In the Methodist employment of a full time secretary -I Mr. Shull will carry a complete !
bar south of Starke on the Gainesville was Instructed to send bills to D. P. L. was recreation building Thursday nightof ; the construction of a new ,plumbing line'. Including fixture
Bridges
places entered and re- highway opposite the muni- E. Knight James Hornsby, and last week for the first annual office building; the successful :and fittings, and he believes that
the Coun-
ng negligible losses were airport. Everyone interested Simon Tryson. for services of the appointed to represent Fellowship Dinner of the Starke campaign to bring Navy personel his new location will enable him -
Furniture cipal committee supervising the
cil a I
Brownlee Company Guidon Is invited to attend. Shooters city fire department within recent on of the community canning Chamber of Commerce.One Into Staike; serving landlords and I to serve the public even better :
Brothers, Wll- their own guns but weeks. operation hundred and fifty place tenants as a rental agency; publication than In th past. k '
bring
must
center In Starke. '
Grocery and the refresh- : the club can furnish sheila and "It is not fair that city tax- : were laid for member, their of 10,000 picture folder I Moving to Starke In 1941 from r. ,I ,
I Und at, Bradford Hlg'hl, It la hoped to offer I payers bear the cost of fighting Starting with the next regular wives and other distinguishedguests advertising Bradford County: cooperation Lakeland, Mr. Shull was employed J ;
a operated by the' local J targets. I fires on property that la not located meeting the Council will conveneat who gathered to hear A, J. with the General Wainwright -I at Camp Blandlngfor four and a

The Farmers of America Chap prizes. within the city limit*," It 8:30: Instead of 7:80 Chairman Thomas, president of the organization celebration; sponsorship of half years where he was In charge I '

burgles were foiled in Lose I was stated. L., A. Canova announced. give a review of the year's the winning entry In the Jacksonville of hospital maintenance and
'tempt to( enter' Bobbins' I|BHS Cagers I work carried on by the Chamberof Beach June Moon Festival; I plumbing. Prior to that he had L'! I ,

'I ng he store although they re-1 In Tournament I Scholarships Johns and CampbellIn Commerce. the erection of new "welcome" I been employed as a plumber In f 'I <<
padlock for the front!', ,Two Following the preildent's report, Una/ ) at highway entrances to Lakeland: for 12: )'eara. r
had. three types of locks. IeOt. I Thursday. Feb. 27, the BHS i Now Available Here New Office the principal address of the evenIng Starke; cooperation with Hercules He will be .assisted In the management ,
boys' basketball team Journeyedto made by J Frank Riuih-' Powder Co., and Florida Plastics, of the business by Mrs. J
was I
entries had one common Perry to compete with other Date for holding state scholarship 'The Charley E.'Johns/ Insurance ton, president. of the National Inc., In their establishment In Shull and expects to add one or' I I .
'e In that B schools. Starke Agency and the Campbell Accounting Starke. master to his force ,
all were effected Group 2 Class examination In all counties Association of Ice Manufacturersand two plumbers,
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moral of padlocks. The bur- [was pitted against Montlcello been set for April 11. At the ,I Service today are moving Jackionvllle civic leader who During the dinner vocal selections In the near future. I
A
has
kept the padlocks. [ High and was defeated 3120. has from their; locaUon upatalrsIn decried the present tendency of were given by MIiw Lou
Bradford County
Call
strong Lake City team emergedas present time ,' the Adklns Building at 128 the working dames to Reek Edwards and Ml June Patel and Boy Scout News
C.\ftD OF THANKS winner of the tournament. one House Scholarship for white Street to their new office building wealth without work", "All nations a period of group singing was led ,, .

gh this medium I wish! to, The ten Group 2 Class B teams I pupils and one for a ngro pupIL on South Walnut Street The In the past have discovered by the Rev. L. D. Haines with Starke's liny' Scout Troop was
I'
w my appreciation for the in competition, were Jasper, Cross "Application blanks/ and further new quarters formerly occcpled the impossibility of such a thing" Mm. Ethel M Biggs at the piano. royally entertained with a weiner .

'I'll that -offered In my City, Jennings Madison. Live, Information may be obtained from by the Park Cafe, have been re- the speaker fml'hallized! while urging Door prizes, consisting of valu- rout at the American Legion Hall '.

,, also for the many beauU- Oak Starke, Perry, Monticello R. McRae, county school znadIl4 and redecorated.B. J..nn. an. his listener to put forth their able gifts donated by Starke mer- Monday' night by B. T. Shull and
o-.ra. and the many cards Lake Butler, and Lake City. Arthur Senator Charley strongest: efforts for community chants, were awarded to fortunate O. S. Newcomb. After the refreshment -
"tiers ten outstanding play- superintendent, at his office In Earl Campbell proprietor jl/ the ladies. tad I 't e
received during my Each year betterment throuch inch organization guesta among *, the enjoyed
....
'. May to hold the title courthouse at Stark. two; concerns purtruan Ute .j of Com- This event marks the beginning Scouts and i
Cod blew e"ch one ers are picked the county as the Chamber game* Fourteen Boy (
1any Way helped tl1l make of all-district players Ineach con- Student planning to take the .x- log recently rr11 to.- meree. of the 1947 Chamber of Commerce seventeen Cub were pre.*nt. t p g'' a 1 l
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47 snore Pleasant white IB"achua ference. Billy Edwards was player selected ana and ltd-tlaoMA. of Jassoo Accomplishments of the, Starke membership drive. _T. B. Harding Jr., c11be.wYp'twm.rrn }

County Hospital. aa the all-district I I I villa.

-Lacy J. Wynn. from BHS. .
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tft 1 U.GE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII, STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY- :
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e e e e e a e e e S e e Anna Laura Smith and baby of I "The Secret Heart" I ter Pidgeon and June Allyson, the I II week Columbia Pichu.7+- ,
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Involves unusual dramatic color .. teQl<'
plot an
New River Boston Mass., were guests of Mr. I "Renegades' vnyn''
and Mra. C. E. Andrews Tuesday.Mrs. I Stars Colbert and triangle. A successful New York lyn Keyes. Willard Parked l
Established 1877I. FloridaHollywood' realtor Miss Colbert turns down Parks, and Edgar RuchauN
Ity The School M. S Hayes of Gainesville Pidgeon at
;. I. Matthews ____________ Editor nod Owner was visiting Mr. and Mrs the love of Pidgeon in order to show at the Florida. This
a e. e e e. S e. e lI.j
devote her life to her two stepchildren red-blooded
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Chester Andrews Tuesday after Number One comedians story or a fl'd.b
.t PnbUtthed' Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second Class Matterat The Rev. Fred Dodd of Mid- noon. Bud Abbot and Lou Cos- whose father was a suicide woman who rides with the

the Pout Office at Starke, Florida. lakes filled his regular appoint- Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite made tello, will grace ( ?) the Park following dishonorable business brows the West's most 'J
ment at Long Bridge Christian Theatre screen Sunday Mondayand dealings. The daughter, Miss Al- I outlaw band. This
business to Lake Wed- dang",
THE COUNTRY PRESS Church Sunday of last week, and a trip City Tuesday In their most h Il- lyson, kept in ignorance of the woman and the d ,.,pence

The Telegraph has never been inclined to bore its read- he and his sons were dinner nesday. rious hit, "The Time of Their true facts surrounding the suicide, defy the bullet and no guests that day of Mr. and Mrs.S. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp spent blames her stepmother for herfather' and loot, and Just I
small "
of the of the about
discussion significance is
ers with frequent in Gainesville and Ala- Lives. The picture actuallyout
L. Crews. Saturday death and develops a neu- record for
town newspaper. We have been content to do the best we chua. of this world and Costello is every excitement
rotic attachment for his
' circumstances and let readers Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Nettles and I in the next world as the ghostof memory. -
; could under prevailing our Mrs D. J. Nettles were visitors Mrs. Rosa Pinholster of Brooker I The climax arrives when both For stamp pads,
3 form their own conclusions as to the worth of our efforts. to Lake City recently. spent the weekend with Mr. and a George Washington contem women fall in love with Pidgeon. Ink, rubber stamp, dater fllamit' J
Is to be dlapoased
who about -
i However when a word of praise for small town newspapersin Mrs. M. F. Wiggins.Mr. porary Thursday and Friday of next borers nee The TELEGRAlJ
.
Mrs E. A. Sapp and Mrs. Robert from his haunted home.A
general comes from a disinterested source, we feel justi- and Mrs. D. C. Nettles
Ward were visiting Mr. and
:fied in presenting it to our readers in the belief that it might Mrs .H. Sapp!>> In Gainesville' recently made a business trip to Jacksonville Park double bill is featured and tomor-at the I I -
(Friday)
ji bring, about a greater understanding of the part played by and Mrs. Ward spent last Monday. row: "The today Beautiful Cheat" starring -

the newspaper! in community life. week in Panama City, where her Mrs. Melba Lane and small BonIta Granville end Noah WEEK-END\ SPECIALSAPP'S
The following is an expression by the "Industrial News husband IH employed.Mr. daughter returned to St. Petersburg Berry, Jr., anti an actl m-packed

llevw-w", published in Portland, Oregon: and .Mrs. M. /.. Johns and Monday after a visit here. western, "Frontier Crusader" wltl r ,. ,_
if ) "Some of the most important things in life are taken children spent Sunday of last weekin They were accompanied by Jay Tim McCoy. In addition, there i ia Is
for granted and accorded scant consideration until they Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs Moody who pent Monday and cartoon comedy and serial. '

cease to function. For instance the occupants of a luxurious C. P. Cowen.. Tuesday in Tampa. Wednesday and Thursday of next STARLING'S

Pullman sleeper think little about the wheels on whichit Mr. and Mrs D. J. Nettlos were'I Frank Bryan of Jacksonville; : week the Park Is presenting a *
weekend of Mr and
rolls. The most vital things are generally the least ob guests I spent Sunday afternoon here with double{ feature\ program and new
A. A. Sweat In Raiford
vious. The country press goes in this category. But there Five-year-old Dorothy Mrs'f Iw!, and Mrs. R. R. Andrews. reel. The first hit. Is "TJnclHarry" STORE GROCERY

i 1 would be no United States without the country press, anymore celebrated the anniversary Friday Our New River School is elated wiV George Sanders Geraldine -

than there would be a Pullman car without a wheel. (Feb. 21) with a party at the oyer tfye arrival )Monday) mprningof : Fitzgerald and Ella Raines,
i+ "No nation in the world is so universally served with home of her parents Mr. and 3 bill wW $0 "Riverboat Rhythm'tarring
newspapers, as is the United States. But the average citizen Mrs. I. M. Andrews. atferpoaga gu sta of Mr. "jjftrby Grant and Lois Friday & Saturday March 7 8
(loe n't know this-he takes the newspaper for granted even Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner and foJI4 Mr*. fj:. .... Sapp Included MJ*. qU1eJ' ,

q ia the smallest town. And yet without the newspaper, community Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite were In .IIl91.t! gapg, of & <& & Mr. and -

) affairs could not be conducted as they are. Try to Lake Butler visiting Mr. and Mrs' ,. Ma. Harry $app and children, o< Costello Vienna Good
think of your town( without newspapers event the smallest Ben Renfroe last :week. J4ck' + J1vlJ, l, an4 11,. J. W. jgellyand. Abbot and .

f1 1I': weekly. Where would you get the local news and the intimate Among our recent birthday anniversaries cWJd/jfn': tf fcroojter.Ronnie In New fi ilm
was that of little
4 information on births marriages, deaths and the affair 'and poanle; Kite spent At Pm'Sunday'' Sausage Syrup
Richard Shiver, son of Mr, and
Up wee&W 'V I ?Lake Butter; withtheir
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of the
that
k t community at some time or other are sod Mrs. Harold Shiver, who was one .
important to every family? Where would you read the proceedings year old Feb. 23. frtfldjparwts, TOf. and Mr4 The a e-old problem of the
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t of the county courts, the legal notices, the personal Several New River residents at- "Pfe. misunderstood stepmother la gIven -
t ii columns, the news about the local churches lodges, and the. tended the Rubinoff concert in $V rett Renfnoa writes from; the a. fresh' twist In "The SecretHeart" 2 f for 35c 2 pts. 35c
Memphis, Tenn. which to the FlorIda
veterans' bospttaj cornea -
rg' advertising of the local merchants? The big city dailies carry Starke recently.
that he is and ;
improving. screen Sunday Monday.
the world news, but they cannot carry the day-to-day happenings Mrs. Everett Lane and daughter 1 Claudette Colbert, Wal-
Starring
JTIj i of the smaller towns and cities. Joan of St. Petersburg, were
i recent guests of her mother, Mrs, .. Kingan'g
t "Along with the school teacher the local editor is responsible Bread
for the education of the community. A good editorcomments' Fronnle Moody. Radio Cbrned Beef
Mrs. Jocle Any $2.00PLUS
Parrlsh and Miss Repaired
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on activities, local, state, and national, that af-
Mamie Jo Warren of Ocala
,
: spent
1 fact the lives of all citizens.
i lIe discusses questions from
a recent weekend here with Mr. ( PARTS) Any Brand Hash27c
the of their
standpoint
bearing on community welfare. He and Mrs. Raymond Brown.
i 4 must have a good working knowledge of government legis Phonograph Parts and Service
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cowen of
i lation, social conditions, industries, labor, taxation the Gainesville spent the weekend Estimates and Tube Testing FREE!

? ;Ci't'r things that affect the working man, the businessman, and here with her parents, Mr. and All Work Guaranteed 90 Days 2 for 25c.

the family The local editor accepts a real responsibility in Mrs. M. L. Johns.

t 4 publishing even the smallest paper, for when the reader sees The Rev. Truby Parrlah *filled Brown's -
something in print, he thinks it is the truth. Ills regular appointment at New Radio ServiceRear

w'' "How many people appreciate these facts that underlie River Baptist Church Sunday Bus Station Temple Ave. & 10th St. Green Head Kingan'sCabbage

the ownership and publication of the 12,000 country news- mornlgg. He, Mrs. Parrish, and
papers in the United States? Those their children were dinner guestsof
papers are the greatest Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. Chili
safeguard of our nation's independence. They are individu- Friends and relatives of Mark ,
ally owned, and the vast majority of their editors are well Lee Johns are welcoming him i EARN While You LEARN to FLY

grounded in the ideals of Constitutional government and are home again. He baa been in the With Bean
ppose4 &C) trends toward socialism which disregard! the importance service for the past few years and
I pf the individual. The'cQQntry press reaches a may has Just returned from Manila, On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTSWe ; Sclb. 25c

y 'I .jority of readers in the United States. It deserves more recognition P.I.M..
Al than it receives f<: And in that respect it ia like the F. Wiggins and R. R. Andrews .

wheel l under a FiUlw$A c Atf.lt\ with >{hia difference It spent Thursday of last .
)Jfl
!' human and, it can +appreciate a word or act .of.. encouragement ,weak Show. at. theOcala Life. Stock nowvApproved for the following .-.. ( .' _.1 ..;s. No 1 t Any .Brand .
coursed:
while "
upholding( the rights of others. -
.MrL Fronnle' Moody and Bobby Basic Ground Primary and Advanced .

Washing Crews. were in Gainesville Mon- Flying .. Also )private, Commercial Potatoes5lbs.l9c Snuff

Lubrication day.Mrs. and Flight I I Instructor .-- -
Polishing Tire Janle Ooteen and children,
Repair. of Courses. Approval/ No. 5650. clI/i'IIt.-r'/ h:
Wainwrlght'sPURE Jacksonville, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs Joe Moody Sunday.
3 for 25cWe
OIL SERVICE"STATION Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Joe Jay Moody Moody were and CIas. Room Instruction. Tues. & Thur

Temple Avenue and Pratt Street. business visitors to Gainesville Nights 7:30 P. M.

rG ti r-ar-j-j-Vjjj _ Friday of last week.
j jj-j-jji Trr and
sr r*rf f rrf f***--frr-f- -'I.l m wish to thank our friends
many
O. W. Andrews Mr.
TIRES TUBES BATTERY SERVICE was visiting
RADIOS OUTBOARD MOTORS BOATS ETC. and Mrs. J. O. Moreland i li Jacksonville CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICEPHONE customers for their splendid patronageat
{ Friday of last week. .
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Mr. and Mrs. both stores.
D. C. Nettles and 147 OR 32 our
Louie Lee Wainwright, Owner Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Nettlen were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie
-.-- Brown in Midway Sunday CONWAY\ AIRPARK -Joe S. and Volley Starling

O. W. and S. D. Andrews spent .
r44 R. B. Alvarez & Son Sunday relatives.at Hellbronn Springs with .: : .'t: 1':' ;.: .. ._ ... ..:. _;


Mrs. Q. E. Crews and Mra. Cal-
? a a vin Williams, of Raiford, and Mrs.J4 .

Transfer & Storage Co. :

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Moving and We operate local and long t wp yrYraaKS

distance Anywhere in
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II \\ith 6 COFFEE SHOP : .

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1S1 WEST CALL ST. ,
I will noon bn here. and one of the Brat aigna Is apt STAUKE. FLA.
I vtt bo the falling off of appetites. Now, in Grandma'.day that /
was the signal to dole out doses of sub)pnur and molasuraugh( I) S SI
'But today it'i merely an added incentive to make meals! tempt
'In| -looking and Krand-taating. So I hope today'a auegeationa I!
1 (,-iIl help you do just that. Sightseeing Trips .

t1 lUnCHING IXIRCISI tOI MIAT SHAMROCK SALAD Charter Trips .

.To make one Ib. of ground beef Come St. Patrick1 Day stuff Passenger Trips .
c f nerve. 6 people, combine it with 1 green peppers with aofteneJ cram
J ,medium onion (chopped), 1 can of cheese tinted green chill 4 hours,
+ vegetable! soup and 2 cup of cut in '4" slices and arrange in .
SUN NYFI Etn threes like shamrock leaves, with,
GIr\ ICVi6 RICE GEMS. strips of pepper for stems Pretty UIRDSEYE VIEW OF
I t p! Series" pack into as a colleeo..and delicioim with CAMP BLANDING AND .. ,
baking dish and this dressing: Blend. tap.mustard -, -
KINGSLEY LAKE r .w
$2.25
\ H tsp.salt.dash of -
bake in a moderate cayenne -
\ oven, 373"F.; and 2 tb pR. sugar with t nip undiluted \ \ I jj4l/
?. 1 hour. You get WHITK HOUSE MILK;
extra nourishment as well as extra add 1 tbap.vinegar gradually,stirring \
''p SUNNYFIEU) till thickened. Smooth Of See Starke From
RICE GEMS as a meat extender, cours<.-thanks tl< creamyrichWIIITE The
rf ''becausetheycontainpreciousvita- HOUSE MILK from the Air $1 and up
< mins and minerals. Serve them AI;P.Try It I
e
. \often for breakfast ALP.too. They're CAtCH THAT TAKIS THe CAMPo .
thriftily priced at
your cakes crack hump or have
tough crusts?Then chances an*you
SOMI CtUSfl use too much Hour. He careful to Conway Airpark
Like cheese with your apple pie! measure accurately.Sift and spoon
v't ;JTheu, use it as a top cru t. And for flour lightly into
LACY
+ 1 rich tangy flavor,USA EL-O-BIT cup without packing \ewblillle/. /+ CONWAY
(AMERICAN CHEESE from the down Level V\ f K. M. STUART
A41. Just bake minus the with knife. .
I top crust, and 10 your minutes pie before cup For 1'' .)\ Commercial FlightInstructors t lOTTtio UNOCI AUTHotmr or THI COCA-CeiA! COMPANY n s .

you take It from the oven, lay. ; t xtu edtculcea.. be : _.
'slices of MKIXJ-IUT: (about H sure to use SUN-
*thick) over the apple Umm what NYFIELD CAKE FLOUR from STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
t cruatl the A&P.

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Green Mr and Mrs. Green com the message' Accompanying the I bthl'lIl at 8 p m. In :Mt: Nebo the Sunday School, at 11 o'clotk
[ Graham Brooker pleted their new' home last week NEWS ABOUT program, the Sons of the Jublllee Tlaptlst Church, Lincoln City, the No. 1 Choir furnished mu.lc.after .
and moved In. We welcoma the I, South Starkp. the third
SundayIn
Harrell's to COLORED PEOPLE: Singers gave some sweet selections which Rev. J. W. Zanders of I
\ By Mrs. T. W. our town. March instead of the Fourth. I
,. Markey
By Mr John fCHlmi%. Rev Blunt, the head of Sanfortl wa introduced to deliver I
. . The Rev. and Mrs. Wiles of All are welcome. | I
e e e My W. W. Parker Mt. Morlah Is doing a wonderful which was a
Palatka a
I message
spent the weekend here Rev. Zanders delivered! a great;
Mrs Frank Hines and Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilkinson, of and attended services I work with his followers, who ale masterpiece All hearts were
and at the NEW HOI'K BAPTIST I message; lie in a former pastor
hot Mlcanopy. were guests Starke, were dinner guests of her Church of God.Mr behind him 100 percent. He is a of Allen made to feel glad.
f n Mrs. Alice Starling:, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott, As I was strolling: along Pleasantvllle dynamic speaker and In well Chapel I When you want to hear some t
sister and I
Mrs. M: J.
of
.II Sunday Surrency roadside I came to a thought of throughout the cOm- Ut=TIIF.I. BAPTIST CHI:KCH !good singing visit the churches'of
y Mrs. Frank, Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis, of Jacksonville. G. Allen, were visiting and Mrs.R. church made of wood. Right op- munity. He welcomes' everyoneat Services were very good, at' Starke. You will find a group t
Monday Tuesday posite the church there were about Mt. Morlah CJ-urch. Bethel all day Sunday Supt. that will make feel like your t
Icnlldren, of iton. were Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs of last week you
ari-ia Mr.. Surrency recently 2.500 atonea'on the church The next League will\
of her p Mr and R. P. Lewis over the weekend.Mr. underwent Congress Hankeraon and his staff conducted church at home.
an operationand property. I met John Dtggi( !, an t
[perry sttrlh Sunday. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas Is recuperating nicely. old schoolmate of mine since childhood .
I aid Mr* Dudley Hines at- spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. Mrs. Ernie: Johnson and children, days. I said, "Johnnie, what's 'I,I
L the funSral l' services tot Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews of Lake Butler, spent Monday the stone for?" He quickly re-
Itt Stalling Thursday of last and daughter, Margie Sue, of here with her parents, Mr. and plied. "Those stones are for our
in Jacksonville.> Jacksonville, were guests of Mr. Mrs Blrt Stokes. new church structure:
,, Drew Walker 01 Macclenny and Mrs... O. W. Barry last week- Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson of Jacksonville You have a special Invitation\ dbJ g//fpp/y
visitor in Graham Monday. end.. \ spent the weekend here our church. Sunday School is at ,
_.. and Mrs, John McKlnny Mr. and Mrs. M. F, Hazen, of with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 10 a. m, Li. W. Mosley, Jr.. Supt.
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. S N. Starke, were visiting relatives R. G. Allen. Services at 11 a. m, 3 p. m.. and
I Saturday night. I here' Saturday afternoon. Mrs Lloyd Barry and daughter. 7.30: p. m. M. F. Pringle, Chairman '
I are pleased to welcome Mr. Mrs G. H. Parker and chil- Frances, were In Gainesville TUes- Board of Deacons; Gllnnls Lc4TE2); rI
Hairs. Pinehurst, formerly of dren, of Palatlt apent part of day afternoon.Mr. Solomon Clerk; John D. Dlggs.Treas I I
ont. into our community. last week here :with Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. P. E. Sikes of .; L. W. MORley Pastor
[ have purchased the E. T. flirt Stokes. South Carolina, former residentsof
; property.ARPEN1'ER'S. .Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Barrel, for- Brooker, were, here on a MT. MORIUI HOLDS II
merly of La Croase, have moved ness trip last weekend. bUMI-1 CONGRESS
into our community and are occupying Roy Allen, who In At 3 p. m. Sunday the nix I
[ I an apartment at the J. Jacksonville, was a weekend Church Schools met at Mt. Morlah
I P. Roberta residence here recently visitor here. I I in a League Congress. Dr. W. J.
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. B. Surrency spent the week. Strong was the principal speaker
end with Ivon Holder In LaCrosse i I and all who heard him enjoyed ) "

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Our Town '

? ARE YOU A VETERAN I '

WITH,A PROBLEM? 0' r I'[ ,
ebodr defined our town lost criticism are forgotten and
|ether day asA place where folk become neighborly and help- \ You can get help with anything WILL YOUR CHILD GO .., .. t; I t
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people talk about you behind fnl like they really are. from stubborn personal! troubles ro t SWIMMING THIS SUMMER? : I t

back, and eon to waR on From where I sit criticism I to your benefit claims! i The Red Cross may Bavd her.Wet g :1 f I L: ,J'
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when you're sick. never did much barn to anybody, |\ ; Th. Red Crott helped, more then Threupheutth.aatleneh.R.dtraeglw. '. : '; .1 LJ J I I4100,000whroa.l.dywylhrbugh II \
((11 cot to admit there's MUM 10 long M folk don't let It gold I I j "'!."""' ': o'r
: I h_. torvlca warders hi chapters.oo .,. training In twlmmlng' and Wfcfortafsfy.- :; ", .. .
t to tt'Ald'odWVNkt art thai action ?; tea o lone .* they t __ Th. drowning roN In the U. S. has boon. 'h' t' I 1

tor be pretty: outspoken respect our Individual prefers i 1 i ant In half tinea thlt program. was begun.W&1 :' : ,
Ionic* to eriticlxov Gyms ncsa whether they apply to bat ...._ __ .. k ,
t littli things like a woman** 01 her; That'the way It laID one \ r
101 a man's preference fox a iown.: anyway, and 1 bop that It' t ,

i at beer or tin 00101 of craD' he MOM In J'Oura. ;. I
Y6U, LIVE IM
new tarn.
ONI OF THESE ARIAS .,
"when anyonoV m ironM 8ce 'lt ti YOU Bt Ir4 AM -
difference and point of Every' one had t serious disaster AUTOMOBILE ACdDENTfEven I' I
last year! a .
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COPYrl4T1r.;W47 ffrtttti Stout Brt Fomirta V r Your Rod Cross ovt nve', UlplU| the mont careful driver I
amergency food and m dlcln.. .VI.. t can't bo ouzel t
r.,''ore' horns according to Mod There eve iaOOO Roil 6ft; .I
... fifgh roy. trt.lId ........* eW4 / I
( moblU tintti operaflntf. InT yourIntvco. aI I
MAINE FANCYPotatoes
NO. 1 ". i ..- .), ;
HAVE YOU A BOY (OR GIRL) ;

IN THE ARMED FORCES? "
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Today-tomorrow-any day t
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10 Ibs. 39c tt may bring a real need for the !
services of a Red Cross field I I
f r director recreation or hos ,,,. WILL ILLNESS :,r i .
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FANCY YELLOW ..t.. J'
1 1 pital worker I IAt INVADE YOUR HOME? i
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!!" homo and abroad,th.ot>."- No family is Immune! '" "
OnionsLb. Hal wartlm* acHvltlot of Iho -
I M.d Croi Noising In home nurtlngIt i
b R.dGoe.foelh.arm.dorc.e a arolocllon .. th* hema and the !
4c .roacenNnuingro.pomibility. -- communlt/ Altogothor 2,7JO,9tO I... !
dividual have racofvod Rod Crag ...ti', ,
Nome Hurting c''llIco'.'. (t I '
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WE ANNOUNCE WITH PRIDE i iJ .j" I'"
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That the Tip'Top super Market purchased !,
GOING TO HAVE A BABY? D0'I:
one of those fine fat Blue Ribbon Show
Beef Ocala I -y You'H be a better mother after who will need the Red Cross? See-how much J ;, 1:x
steers at the ,
Kod Cross !
training :
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-how very much-it means to your'Cotmtry, .' t;.: : .
Fat Stock Show fast week: Cao in nutrition, mother and .. I t[

It is now' ready to cut and baby car,and family hoalth,era to your community', to you yourself,to l Mve I.t!. t';t'' '1 ',
-- ev.ilobletnhundr.d of Hod Crottchapters. this great organisation ready arid able to ,J'
will be sale 'y '
on beginning
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Friday morning.I Don'tmiss \ answer the next cry for help? See-:.why you... : .: .: i ; : i

should give now-give all you canto ./ II ; .! ,r
getting some of this the American Red Cross? :. ''I t ti 1' I
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fine beef. Let's give these Bradford County
boys a hand in promoting this find work ': .. UP.p" r r.' I .1

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and CLUBSWoman's Methodist Circles Mrs. Moitt Hostess Newcomb manager of the Starke. Patrolman and Mrs. Hal P. Gil- Misses Julia Mario 08111-;;:

SOCIETY r Coca-Cola Bottling Company, presented len and daughter Paula were visiting Ernestine Leggett of :

Met Monday To WCTU MembersAgain this educational film with In Lake City Thursday of were weekend guests nrcnnp1., I
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a
his
the compliments of firm. L.
Circle One of the Woman's Society a "dry meeting" was held last week. Mrs. R. C. Dampler, 11 y
Club Buford-King H. Futch. principal of the school
of Christian Service met under "wet" circumstances when I
elated, "We are indebted to the -
To Hear Reports Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Calvin Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Laura Scott W.C.T.U. gathered Coca-Cola Company for their In-

Iluford announce the engagementand the home of Mrs. Lorenzo Gre..nIwlth in a downpour of rain at the terest In education and for the Simmons SOFA BED
u Annual reports of the officers approaching marriage of their Mrs. Green and Mrs. I. P.Shepherd home of Mrs. Ara E. Moitt on fine materials they have furnishedus 98.5(1(
of the Starke Woman's Club will hostesses.
as Madison Street Friday afternoon.
daughter Gloria Allee to Walter I In' the last three years. This
be given at the regular meeting Murphy King son of Mr. and'Mrs Azaleas and potted plants were After the Devotional, conducted picture was educational: and help Maple or Walnut ktI.
afternoon at 3:30: (1'-
Wednesday used at of Interest in dec-
William Dallas King of StL points I by Mrs. Moitt, a short biographyof ful to the pupils and teachers (four
clock in the club building. Petersburg.talk. orating this lovely country home the life of Miss Frances Wll-; upper grades."
Mrs R A. Green, president Bedroom Suit
for the meeting. lard, founder and leader of the'
will preside, and Mrs. Edward' Mrs W B. Sewell opened the W.C.T.U., was given by ,the Vice CORRECTION-
Burns, program, chairman, has announced meeting: with prayer, and Mrs. J. President, Mrs. J. Thornquest. As Last week it was stated that
that Mrs. Edward Char- Hostesses for the afternoon will ,W. Kincaid took the local offerIng this date was near' the anniversary -H. C. Wainwright was a patientIn 4pc.99.50_ _
contralto, will be Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. W. J.
bonneau, noted
which Gainesville
totaled $810. of the heavenly birthday of a hospital, but, actually -
sing two numbers Churchwell Mrs. E. B. Searing, Miss Olive Ray asked the mem- Miss Willard these remarks were he was, and is, a patient In Ice Box 100 Ibs.

Dr. :.t; B.'Herlong chairman of Mrs Breazeale Y. A.Mrs.Harris W. H.Mrs.Edwards I. N., bers to respond to the Rev. W. especially timely and interesting. I the Veterans' Hospital in Lake All Metal 79.50 5-pc. Chrome Metal-
Cross
the Bradford County Red J. Churchwell's plea for supplies Several Item. of important business City.
f Chapter, will give a tea-minute and Mrs Joe Martinez. for the people of Finland. were discussed and future Dinette Suit

-. Mrs. L. A. Davis gave the report work planned. One 'new member ROWE-SMART Coil Bed Spring 79.50

of the Christian Social Re- was added to the group. Announcement Is made of the

t For SAFETY, lations Committee. Mrs. Davis also Dainty wafers, peppermint tea marriage of Truble Rowe to,Miss I Single.or Double13.95 5-PIece
had chaise of the devotional. Hazel Smart, which took place in
and coffee served the
were by EXTRA HEAVY
During the business Folkaton, Ga on Saturday, March
Comfort and Economy. meeting hostess, assisted by Mrs W. A. 5-Pc. Dinette
OA IPf Mrs J. B. Cottrell leader an- Scott. 1. Both Mr. and Mrs. Rowe are Coil Bed Spring SUitWith
nounced the following committees natives of Lawtey and attended 49.50

} OUR BUS SCHEDULES: r for arrangement of flowers in the . . . school) here, and the community Stabilizer 17.95
church: March 9, Mrs. W. O. joins In wishing them a successful Hardwood

LllV VI.N. BOUND lawterijaioe St.1'. BOUND Pet*. Via .10... BOVND An r,.lln. T.n.W. BOUND......* Halle, in memory of the late Miss LAWTEYBy and happy marriage, Elec. Water Pump White Enamel Chairs
AM avlll *. Ocalal3i1O \'la Greca Covet) Via CI'vllMHilMI Amelia Ray's birthday (March I Leatherette Seats
:9iM AM : AM aiM AM AM SCHOOL PLAY TONIGHT Jet Type Complete I
.i9t: AM eilS AM 1 1BS PM 1OO PM 11)); March 18, Mrs. A. 2. Adklns; The SchoolMAYOR'S
J._ ,AMttiXt 1ft iSO AM TllO PM Lake. City Via March 23, Mrs. I. P, Shepherd; ''C e e e. tl e. e The Lawtey Junior High Ninth with Tank & Fittings EASYTERMS
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It i( AIM :XiUO: PM tmrmfm Cv.) Onlr, Baileril -
'12,1. ra4lA4 Will PMUvlll. VI" ... IJ,7.0.171 iin AM March 30/ Palm Sunday, Mrs. W. Grade is presenting a play, "Tour
: 0.00 AMI SlIO PM BIRTHDAY PARTY ists Welcome," In the school audi 98.50
< PM 10115! r'll B. Sewell; April 6, Easter Sun-
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lOlUM" OIl PM PM AM onlytNilM Via Palatk day, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs.J. Lawtey's Mayor. O. J. Phillips, torium tonight (Friday) beginningat
v p Via nlandlBK1UW 7 I'M: PM Vila AM B. Cottrell. celebrated his bOth) birthday an- 8 o'clock. Everyone is urged to
a MI dlok.ral 1'.1..... onlTllO I with dinner and come and this .
''dp PM PM Mrs. F. H. Long had chargeof niversary a family enjoy presentation.The C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO
i4 the program and gave the reunion party at his home here young people have worked

For Courteous Correct Information Phone }.IT. Foreword and Folio I of the Mission Sunday. His five sisters Mrs. W. very hard to make this productionan PHONE 43
Study book, "The Portrait of N. Cox and Mrs. W. H. Norman,, outstanding one. -:- STARKE, FLA.

1 : Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses a Pilgrim". Mrs. Halle gave a of Miami, Mrt. J. S. Norman and! CITY I
MET
fat. synopsis of Folio n. In closingMrs. 'Miss Debbie Phillips. of Lawtey CO.UNCIL I
UNION BUS STATION The Lawtey City Council) met
Haile announced the study and Mrs. E. D. Hilliard of Val-
4 Temple Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent Stark Flaw course for the remainder of the rico ware present to enjoy the Monday night at City Hall with

book to be given Thursday March day with him. They attended the chairman L. H. Futch, membersO. Good Luck and Success

6, at 2 p. m. in the recreation Baptist ,church services together J. Anders, J. E. Wall, Jr., and
building.Mrs. Sunday morning- H. C. Kelly, and City Clerk L.

Green and Mrs. Among: the 82 guests enjoyingthe H. Hill present. Bills were paid
Shepherd and routine business transacted.C. .
Green's Store Says-- assisted by Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs. host's hospitality during the FLORIDA PLASTICSFor

+' C. E. Johns Mrs. Hogan Smith bountiful dinner were the follow- R. and Bobby Whitehead

and Mrs. Powell, served the 23 from were business visitors to Jackson
ing out of town: Mr and
members and three visitors present ville Tuesday. dome time I have held
Mrs. E. D. HIlliard, Mr. and Mrs.
Do You Need a delicious refreshment course. H. Hilliard, Jim Milliard and Misses The Lawtey Methodist Youth the distinction of
owning
Gertie and Carrie Hilliard, all Fellowship attended the ,union'smeeting ,
Circle Two met with Mrs. Carl
of Valrlco Mrs. W.-N. Cox and In Melrose Monday night.
Johns. in her attractive home on ; an industry that had the
Mrs. W. H. Norman of MlamiMr. Mrs. L. H. Futch, leader, the Rev.C.
South Water St. Mrs. Joe Martinez ; B. North and C. R. Crews accompanied "
* and Mrs. Tate and Mr. and ,
Feed? Crosby largest payroll of
leader, conducted the business Mrs. William Crosby of Rising; the group, which was any
meeting. Mrs. Hattie Hath-
Starke the M.Y.F.
at
Mrs. Belle Reddish and Mr and joined by
home-grown i in
cock gave the devotional, usingas of that city. industry
Mrs. James Reddish of Starke;
topic
her "I am brother'sbrother"
my and Mrs. F. T. Redding and son, Mrs. Effle Miner and Miss Mary Starke. I
am than
Two chapters of the more
_
line of Eshelman lied
Then
try our of Macon, Ga. Ann Wells were in Jacksonville
new study book, "A Search for

ii 1 Rose feeds. We have the best Dairy the, Christian Way in Race Rela- WEDDING-, ANNIVERSARY Wells Saturday, who is visiting confined Mrs.in St.Frank Vin- pleased now to surrender

tions", were reviewed by Mrs. W.
4 ((24, percent) feed on the market at L. Blair, Mrs. W. J. Churchwell, Mr and Mrs. C. R. Crews cele- cent's Hospital this position to your'in-
brated their 21st wedding anniversary Mrs. Rosalie
McLeod, Marlon
Mrs. L. D. VIning and Mrs. A.
'
reduced prices. Wood. i with a party for friendsat McLeod and Miss Eloise Standley dustry. .,
their home here Thursday night spent the weekend at their homein
q Its ''Mrs, Johns served her 21
IF YOU NEED FERTILIZER guests a tempting refreshment .i Included of last week.the Rev.Out of and.tOwn Mrs.guests Cecil Lake City. Through:the cooperation

." course.'\. I Williams and family Alfred Muse, and ; citizens i-
Our f patrpnage pf.th/e
Try and J. B.,Cooner, alt Of Jacksonville t

Miss Frink TeachingIn ; Mr. and Mrs. Perry ,Davisof ''
of Starke and Bradford
Kyoto Woodlawn; and Mr and Mrs. Haveyour ,
Japan
Ben Melvin ,of Hellbronn. Miss
Truman County I am able to'make
Special portrait ,
Miss Inez Frink, a former resident Helen Williams and Miss Loca Ra- ,\ .

of Starke and a graduate of fuse assisted the hosts in serving madein the above boast. This same
BHS, is continuing her teaching refreshments.
; career In the Information and the familiar will
cooperation
help
4-H CLUB ORGANIZED' you
Formula
4-7-5 Education Section of Lt. Gen. surroundingsof
County Agent T. K. McClane,
Robert L.
Elchelberger's Eighth to make a. in
success
u 't" Jr. home your
Army in Kyoto, Japan. organized a 4-H Club at the your own
,Lawtey Junior High School Mon-
After graduating from BHS undertaking.
day. Twenty-eight youths became
MIllS Fink attended the State
0
charter members and selected a

Green's Store Woman's five years College and in prior Tallahasseefor to going wide variety of' projects' for the .. Ju.lu ill. Snail

overseas in August 1043 she ensuing .year. T. H. Osborne
The elected Vernon
taught in the Woman's Collegeand group
the Lively Vocational School, Jones an. the president, Theodore WRITE BOX 4XS

both in Tallahassee, and in the Prevatt Brannen as as secretary vice-president and, James Ovid OR CALL ATHOOEK Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry

Duval Vocational School. Jackson-
BROS. STUDIO
Bennett as reporter. After the
ville. PHONE 28
lads recited the Club pledge and
In her work Mlsa Frink
present sang the 4-H song, Mr. McClane .
L u x u r i a. Is teaching accounting and con- presented each toy"with his. record -
ducting a clerk's school in the
book. Th. club'expects to
The Cream of Quality Kyoto Central School. meet regularly.-" .J' .
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aub-

rey Frink, reside at 222 West St. P-TA MEETING WEDNESDAYThe First in VALUE

t l Augustine St., Tallahassee, Fla. Lawtey Junior High School

Parent-Teachers Association will

Woodman Dinner hold Its final meeting of this school Fir's I
year Wednesday afternoon March in ACCURACY

'pc All adult Woodmen Circle mem- 12, In the school auditorium. All

bers of Starke Grove.278 are Invited parents, patrons, and friends of : .' :.q,
to a full course dinner Tues- the schcxh are urged to attend. FlrSt'in .i
day night at 6 o'clock to be held STYLE ,
at the Guidon Grill At 8 o'clock, MOVIE SHOWN

the meeting will transfer to the The young people of Lawtey
WOW Hall for an installation of Junior High 6th through 9th

officers. The home Grove mem- grades enjoyed 'a sound motion ..

bers are hostesses for this occa- picture entitled "Oil" Thursday ".,
,
sion. of last week at the school. Q. S.

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Sun. Mon. Tues.
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and softens dry sensitive skin encourage ,BIoOlt{ ;; \ rJBBOII ':' ., .
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CQSTELLr IN JEWELRY.
', McPhail Chocolate Cherries, lib. box $1.50( \

Mcl'hail Fruits Nuts and Confections. Chocolate AND IN
covered $1.50 Ib.

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Butterscotch Wafers Party Tea Kings / REPAIRING

r Party Nic-Naca You Choice at 75c per box. L. Ii I

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[BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Karas part I Mrs. Edith !Mosoley of Starke. WMU Members I 1!present. I wi'ir Mast made I for--a. Brotherhoodsupper I

owner of the Park Theatre are Mrs. C. W. Beasley of Gainesville I I II on the evening of the

-- Mill I making their home with Sir. and and Mrs L.V.. Strickland of Have Social! Meeting I I Circle Two met at the home of same date with Circle Two in

_
I Mrs. George Kopclousoa. Wildwood have returned to theirrt'lCPf'ctivo Mrs. A. J. Thoma. where bowlsof I
Mrs. Jesse Mr. and charge
T B. Harding I Mrs. E. D. Rammo For home homes after Circle One of the Baptist WMU colorful azaleas were used, In f
T. attending
portraits see nO"bnrne.
Rev. L. D. and
daughters Missions for tho
and the Anna and Community I
Mary met
imc Mardi Tuesday afternoon in the decorating.
See n the Baptist Sun- of Jacksonville I next month will be visiting the
atemte'l were guests Sun While home of Mrs. Maxie Carter with The devotional
there was given by
ack80nvllIeIIY. of Mr. Mrs. M. F. Drown and Mrs. K. they were guests of Inmates and
U in day and Mrs. State Prison Farm
> Clinic George Kop. Mrs. Lillian Keating and Miss Mrs L. A. Johns as hostess. Mrs. R. A Thomas In the absence
elousos. G. Duncan spent Thursday In helping furnish the needs of the
Jacksonville. Bea Moneley. While away. !Mrs. The devotional was given by of Mr. :... D. Halneii program

and Mrs J. D. Curtis of Friends of Mrs. Frances Wil- Moseley also> visited her daughter. !Mia. Frances Ueard and the pro chairman. Following prayer by Inmates.

a were recent guests of Mr. kinson will regret to learn that Friends. of Calvin Johns will be Mrs. p dna Mae Stevenson In Mer- gram chairman Mrs.\ E. D. Tenly MrS Faxler Shaw plans and Mrs. Thomas and Mrs.V. R

,. brother-in-law and sister she is confined to her home because glad to learn that he has returned kel. Texas.. led in a discussion of the needs needs of Home Missions were discussed Morse co-hosteHa nerved refreshments l

d Mrs. W. O. Halle. of Illness. to his home from St. Vincent's Mrs. Katherine and problems of Home Mission by I\IrR. H. t. Hough. to the 12 members present. !

I J M. Smith returned Mon. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr., Hospital in Jacksonville and la from Andrews returned fields in observance of Week of "The Power of the Gospel at

ltr spending a week,In Day- who have been occupying one of much Improved.Mrs. weeks' Saturday to a two Prayer. the Crossroads" was given by
trip Pa. '
Beach as the guest of Mr. the W. C. Powell apartments R. L. Richard of Jacksonville where she was called Pittsburgh by the aud- Mrs. Jesse Newsome reviewedthe Mrs. Wesley Andrews and "Vic (HOW JO fir WICK I I

L N. Sternberg. moved recently Into the H. A. and Mrs. R. N. White of tory of Grace" was discussed by
\,. den death of her sister, Mrs. Helen Indian work In the west and .(Stuff ,FROM PNNFUtI
L T. B. Rousseau of St. AugrI Bishop house. The home has Plant City were guests Mondayof Steeger. I Mrs. R. A. Thomas discussed Mrs W. B. Alexander. S> WCOID( MISERIES
last week of been recently Mr. and Mrs. W. Plans were made to lunchto
the guest occupied by Mrs. J. EppersonJr. nerve '
was negro student life in the various
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin 6f1666 NOW'
Marshalland '
J. Grlttln. Ludle Lemacks. the executive board of the k%
The entire
colleges. ,juln- -
group
children .
.
spent Sunday In An- Association which at /r .w.auiaus
Mrs. C. A. and Mrs. L. convenes
Knight thony where construction In eel In interesting quizzes on Home COLT PIIPAl1Tlo11
Js the Church -
Baptist and
F. Dinklns attended<< the Male !Mission work. soon plans <*U tON( MM ONiV *k OtIKtID,
progress on their new home. The
Chorus concert In Jacksonville Marshalls expect to leave Starke Mrs. L. G. Powell circle leader

Wednesday night. at the end of the school term. I conducted the business session

STAFLKE'SUN. Lloyd J. Lewis has returned to after which Mrs. Johns served refreshments BEFORE.
/ Mrs. Julian Peek had as her !
his home in Wilmington. Delaware guests Sunday her brotherinlawand I to the ten members I

MON. MARCH 9. 10 after spending a ten-day sister Mr. and Mrs. J. P. I .
visit here with Col. and Mr8. T. Wilson Starke lends of L. J. Wynn WL .
I of Jacksonville. I
T. Long. Mrs. Lewis remained fora will be glad to know that he Is \\e ,
"THE SECRET HEART"Claudette I Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier'' ,
longer visit. at home again in Hampton after
and son Billy were In Jacksonville I Pout
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton five weeks spent lit Alachua
Colbert Walter afternoon.
Pidgeon Saturday I U'.I I
spent the weekend, In Jessup, Ga. County Hospital.
.
June Allyson Mrs. Carl Jackson will have as You
While there they attended the Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs
Adams-Walker wedding Saturday guests this weekend her brother" Edmund Tenly were C. H. Walters -

TUES. WED. MARCH 11-12 night. The bride the former Miss M. E. Swords of Eldon Iowa of Jacksonville and Mr. and Jet Utt Tell }"Olll/OID You t
and her daughter Mrs. E. F.
of i Mrs. Carl.Tenly and son, Rodney I
Jean Adams Is a great-niece
Dr. Mlddleton. Cain of Miami. of Gainesville Can Save Time Money I neon'verrience / I
SISTER'S SECRET"Nancy
"HER I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin G. Lemacks .
Friends of W. J. (Bill) Epperson of Jacksonville were guests Sunday =- On Financing and Insurance .

Coleman :Margaret Lindsay will be glad to learn that he of Mr. Lemack's mother Mrs IF YOUR ROOF LEAKS 1 1 ,

la able to be up after being confined I Ludle Lemacks. They went to WRITE t

TIIURS. FRI. MARCH 13 14 to his home because of an Keystone for dinner Sunday withL. E.: S. LABORATORIES Every Branch of :

attack of pneumonia.Mr. B. Lemacks and to High

"RENEGADES"Evelyn and Mrs G. L. Patten and Springs to visit Mrs. Margie HAMPTON FLA.

Keyes Willard Parker Larry Parks son George of Jacksonville were Posey and to Gainesville to visitJ. INSURANCEH. I I

guests Sunday of Mrs. patten's C. Bryan. FREE ESTIMATES:

SAT. MARCH 15 DOUBLE FEATURE mother Mrs. E. E. Canova. Mrs. Mrs. R. W. Reese and children Material Guaranteed 6

"OUT CALIFORNIA WAY" Canova accompanied them home Dorothy and Gene and Miss Years! '

and will remain for a week's visit. Grace Green left Wednesday for KASV PAYMENT! PLAN C. WALL AGENCY
and "LIGHTHOUSE" .
,
Come and be fitted for your San Francisco where Mrs. Reese

.spring and summer Splrella gar and children will sail for Hawaii IV'" Jlepretw'iit "Southwestern Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

.... .., mentH. Girdles, one-piece gar on the 17th to join 1st Sgt. Reese. Petroleum Company
--- ------ ---- !
nientM, cornet brassieres belt. Miss Green will return to Starke -J

maternity garments.-Mr.: Frank I by plane after they have sailed. I

At The Gospel TabernacleMarch Hoover. your Splrella. Corsetlcre Friends of R. J. Davis will be CAKESIUKED

: Starke.. if I glad to hear that he Is back on the I

W. P. Smith and !Mr. and Mrs. i job after his four weeks illness.

9, 10, 11 7:30 P. M. Billings were visiting Mr. and Mi'9.\ Davis Is driving him back OAK WOOD OH HAM8 Bnvirarnnln Molt MALI] Hand whit' allppodHhurkud t
23 Inch length, $78 for the bold ALHO old. ,
corn. roe
Palatka to his work in Green
forth
.. Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe in and lot. Clan ba ,nnoii at Carl Johns flit, Hiitfitr runt Nerd., roil rililii
,lyeoW. dj$. q 't wvb Wednesday. Cove Springs every day. Miss r+ morn. It and mule ntlx..d. AI>IO r..rtlfl. ..dLftulHlnna
s m..bv= T Idalou Davis spent the weekend coppemkln Sweet, po* I t
u Among those attending a conference FOR YOUR CAH w. have an.w tote MHwil., ."...1 ylrlilnr anti k..p. ,
i* .g I here with her parents while en. I'llll.ro auto radial 1 ImmmlhiloInntnllntlon. rr. AIXll i Htln.. same"
I of the Governor's youth route back to FSCW. She has An low Hit $43 60 kind. Him II H. Edwards, Its 2, I
$ In Gainesville Mondaywere SPECIALFor HIH11'IU'UH ItADIO NKItVK'N: box. I3H, Htark, 1 IfDON'T
committee been "Intern teaching" at Jackson Court at Mad Won .trest., Btarkeif I J't
re Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry. High In Jacksonville for the past Weddings!' Birthdays, N't11t(1NT-aulmmnblla
aunt
Edward Burns S. E lion W." 1 m
Mrs.
man alas every niHiiy.llaliionvllln p i '
eight weeks. etc. FOR 8AL10-A a-rt. Frlg-Mnlro I Uvintotklluy Mark.!.
Sparks all of Starke and Mrs. two shower tnllw.. All In Ifn,11 "
Eric B. Hyde and Paul Miller condition 501 MudlHun Street. or ull. tf 't I
Ann n. Guy of Hampton. former residents of Starke now LAPPE BAKERY Stark lip
Pauline Szymczak of Jack. WILL WHIBPIC THIlLniNOH at :
Mrs.
living in Miami were business FOR MA1.0'l'wn' 700x20 trunk I'lnndlnv, any al*. or amount. t
son Mich. arrived Tuesday for a visitors here this week. They tlren: one 7001IH truck Urn: three Call I.OITU Wrecking. Co., phone
month's visit with her son and I 700x16 Ford plrk-iip. wheels: two Jauknouvlll 7-6787 or coma to t'I I t !
bring word that Louis Shafkln 1100x16 passenger cur tire. Thaw ante' n, II In n dauKhter-tn-law; Sgt. and Mr. who was wounded In a recent H'ii'i's Aiiiii. HUMBERT 1, tires slightly uHiiil hut arc In per t t
Norbert Szymczak. Sgt. Szym. fect condition At Hlnclnlr hulk VOlt 8A1.IS-8-room modern ""It..,
hold-up at Miami Beach Is back YOU MNT WANT TO FOR&&T! Plant. tf all modern' fnnvanlanoaii nn Laf I, II \
., czak Is the new Instructor for the and iiyelm "HI Will sacrifice. for stash I' ,
at his home from the hospital '
National Guard and he and his f FOR BAI.I3 Lot with 100 fool Hi>.. ('e1,'II K Douglas at Cook' I
s well on the road to recovery. Mrs. : frontage on Crystal; Lake' with Btorti norlh if Bmrko.' Rip 5-IC., ,
wife -and thetrs'maall tdaughtea. Ceil Eiurn, -'wfio was the most .i 4 lArx* tog raMn. Will mertfltw *
Sally Ann occupy'a'house trailer ca.h. N. t>. WalnwrlKht Jr., Cal FOR LIO-n"autlflll' *-tiil Ion* r
seVloimly wounded In the hold-up street, Starkii. tf Jfc short wave Fhllrn rnnnolit ,
at A. D. Martin's north of town. ritdlii-phnno. puiih-button tuning
still In St. Frances
Mrs. Sarah Lawson will be on shooting Is 11-ln. concurs. npitakitr.. Changer t r
Hospital Miami but will recover. LIST YOUR FARM. CITY AND l>lay. lit ritaorda And has "bttni

duty every day Salon.except Tuesday at Dr. J. W. Kaufman supply pas BUSINESS PROPERTY i up-n>(l .IlBbt", record phnteeleelr/e..ell wheel/ .Inn play pick.I I t I
Hart's
Beauty tor of the Presbyterian Church ill: I-a trmiMprlptUn. *!..!.. out'
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oliver and for easy ImuI1ni..SJJhe\ C(5L. F. J. MILESSenior of St. Petersburgwere returned last week from several Irunnurlptlnn ln.L..a VMI ::A,'- W.
Johnnie
son days In Philadelphia and was accompanied STROUT 11II:LWeTATq: : Anderson. Jr. .5. M...fc.l al, Friday '
guests Saturday of.Mrs. Olver's PM. ."*... .l
of the Australian forces his brother Geo. H.
Chaplain Imperial sister-in-law by Or.drot a".f1ae. .ff roe. t
IzL
In World War L I brother and Kaufman of Harrisburg Pa., who try ............ lies ..... ever r
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mundorff. The t2,11N ..1.." of Home._ KariM*_
Author of several excellent books dealing; with I Oliver were on their way to spent a week here. .......... aq.ru tram all .v.r the FOR SALE! I

Bible studies prophecy, and current events In I For wedding. portraits see T. II. PHONE 150 W..I" Fr.. eras lletl.g. I
Pennsylvania.Miss
Russia: i Catharine Nollman a student Osborne. See ad on page 4. E.A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY USED LUMBER! I t
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dampier of Represented Locally Hy I
Three times decorated by the King of England. at FSCW, pent the weekend
General Russian IDCoWorld here with her parents Mr. and High Springs were guests Sunday STARKE TAXI SERVICE F. C. IIOIXINGSWORTI1 2x1, ..2xff, sheathing, floorIntr. I
Secretary Missionary Society
of their son R. C. Dampler and log So., Walnut St. shelving cabinet t
traveller, evangelist popular Bible Confer- :Mrs. W. H. Nollman. In.'I

ence sJM'aker.Don'llJliss. Mrs. ,Enle! Hall and two children I family aerial, plasterboard' win- .'

and daughter Mra. Muriel 0----- -,- .... --- .----.. MATTIIKSHEB!' !: of all kind renovated down, doom.
furnltur upholstered and 1
This Zebedee and son Johnny have reflnl.hed.; I>rop ua a card.IIASTINUH .
Dynamic Speaker
moved to their new home I In Longer 'Wear MATTRKMa: CO., Hue "All Kinds"r"

... .... Gainesville. S30 I'alatkm. Fla. tfItfUURANCK \ ,} I
- - - ., Through Expert Repair
i
Very ReasonableMohawk !
i
-I writ. All llnxH; fire, I
aiitoiiiobilfl. llnblllty and llf*. ,
NEW LIFE Fort OLD SHOES I II
for Irnturanc. nerd.. '
Mae
mm your
SPECIALS: SPECIALS SPECIALS N. I). 'WalnwrlKht. Jr, Ill Jj"t; l I

BIGGS & BAKER 'all Street Phone 161 tf Wrecking. ,

I { Starke Fla. FOR CA T.M--uedrmm!: hniin. ISWuur. Inc.
-ice 103; W. Call St.t M. Way Ht, Htarka. Kxollvnt

2-Piece USED condition r.(*..ntlv., occupied Attractive by own.r, conv until ..n. Sales Office: late; "Jl"

,I'nt l lut. For Infnrmittlon writ
C. J .l>..vlln. IIfttJ Cypress, Uaine.- Camp Mantling. Fla I
viII... or t.l. If 38J. tf
Living Room Suits Let lis Repaint and Repair I
FOIl It AIM- Bin room hmi.a.. Also
UtlIC! CAIt MAI.I.Jf-1'hu.! cur >
furnltnr. Also ...
mini |HIrlothlnr *
d j,1 Your Old optlonnlly. rlnnn and thoroughlyr.rnnd else! 30. Inquire Mr.
gaE Bicycle
It >niiil. 1940 Ford Tudor: n A. Week., WHt .
Mouth Ht,
Lincoln (with 1IM.
ORIGINAL
11076, II).17 .
69 50 .Kurd. ni'itnr' ) IH'IK: 1'11I: for.. *! Tildor .. Htark ftp' |-it ; ,
PRICE 139.50 {We'll Make It Like New r> ltix. (with ml Mrrvuryl.iolnr 4 I t
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) (X76; )I'I!IIII: Fnrrt H..dnn .!. FOR MI RVI'I-' TtnKliitro. black
livery I74A; lUll I'onllaui. ton Aberdeen' Hull. Al.no ii dliuroc ,
i ALSO pickup $175'' ; 191: Chevrolet '..n..1 boar,.r I*. Wyrlck, I..aw.l .
\Vtj ton. linn, The following amr .y. lip .
NEW & USED IHCYCLESFOR ""Kh19.11: Ford Tudor l 1376,
9.95 1931 Ford I'nupn II 1.76; IU! Ford, FOR HAI.R Small farm male, f
f JUMBO HEATERS SALE HonilMtrr' Also( a nl .
Used report 1276. g nil, a good !, '
!
utility 2-wlnK-l trailer '100. JJAHII Illatt; Ijiwtoy: Fla.,r."nHft..h: ofJ ;
I "Kit MOTOIIH ..litrknonvlll. 1 I" highway' or phone 132: Hiark
rated on Lake t'lty llvhwny' ...tN.IK.no" -
Good As New Cast Iron BIGGS & BAKER Ave. nun W. HravnrH tip
,-e ) t'hnn 'A- tlt. I'7. I t
105; W. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA. FOR IU7 t Pontla, 4doordan
or .. $350.
USED ..... .... n -- 0 Jon 40.1510\ noon MO..TII Mouth> street Ham Htark K. O.. Uoodv. eta lip I f'Is

1etal BedSteads 8.95 .......11...' e........".... Mr ,.....
> mss It ,. .... ........".. <. lewd FOrt MALB-Fl'"* 1.rohn'.IIJ: I Kilt*
Ice wall-paid ,.... doing I.......""... and I bonri) | :. fair. ,
Sturdy Pre-War Type Refrigerators JUST RECEIVED Limited Supply wank .d ....1..... '1'.1.. ed B.' Mr*. 1<811... Wllll' Uraham.K r I
.....,,(.Br. !. meet ._f.' (kill lip i I.
Beautifully Constructed .ad ....._ N. ..".".... tral.i.gMPIc1Ar I I.I .t
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9.95 and IT'S, IS ARMY IU''I'JllmNT'' : 1
up PIIt'rn \.F.R" .' ,
UIIE I PHILCOAuto I ,IRA FTawlnLM'TNS. :... FOR .ALI I Ir'
b. ,
Utility a Inets Metal or Wood Selection Itrs _
OOOI; i 'W4II..I.T.PIIANMAcIATu. $210 KACII: itr.i.ivnnkinlrl : .


Shelves 25.95 Black BOUDOIR CHAIRS'Large : Radios!' :' p..n.aTMro"NAPMIenawrL"cetq: ..... .51.51 aalrlmllr, !iiIt;,'i ,

and WhiteModern 1151514) OPERATORS .... I 1
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Selection 111111(1 T>:, IKK'I tr5AINCIIeg"r steam r4lal. .r*. Ii I I It
Design Space Saver WOHKKHIIOfFK .
rOr-f" (1MNIra/Ir6U. Mat wets salt.. with.. I-.t. : '

Assorted j5 4 i iu and many. oth kid...:r* (km needed now Ia.ke.'r.il. I I: ; r

STAMPS .j Immediate Installation i bY' rh. nw Regular Army which' *.. ... .... Iron wah ....... )I.I I IIleetrie
3.15 Colors a u must.have. npiiriixlmnt'lv, 40.001/ ..nllntm : lltmrrm.ttmtftlftmfnmm .
nt* a month to maintain. 'It* I
niithorli. p<**(*..tlm. ntr.nath. Your ftmmMmm fl...r.a. I >
IETAL HOOK ON BED i : fond 1. rlofhlna. quarters, medical Adntabl Maven. ..."..... ,
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ii end dntl. <*nr. And travel: nil provldml Ofevrt .*lr*.l..rt metal ,' ,
ADJUSTABLE Spring I without xtra rot One of ..
the worlfl'w ht retirement plan 1111:1'.1.: H. ':ilWllradforil .. t,)I'
,1 1 nice i Rotlm at h"If PHY for life after r. f
gift for t
any Construction in rar > f nrtlvo. duty thr* Icglaeerleg: c. I I

!member of the family I SHEPHERD : >year iWert.r.. ..nll* .pay(tn.nt after pormlt. III yar rhol. ._<*.A of 3- "-.0.. H I" / \
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IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT seas. .h.*...* which' has. np..nln.... I
j. RADIO SERVICE 01 Dill of Hla-ht' wlnratlnnal bno- >
Co. fit.* for men who enlist bfur of. FOK HA'.":- .3-"<-r. farm with' hou.. 1 I-
John H. Denmark Furniture flelal tormlnatlon' of war and ...rv.." located H ml. N. of Hlark en J
at l...? a month lot all this fact highway' too oppo lt,* Coak. I
STARKE. FLA. 1 I counT AT MADISON STREET at tr. S. Army RcrultlnaHia'lon' Mlor. I3V. cash. Writ. Mr. Hu.i. t bl d S
PRONE 151 IX6 Po.torriK. Pulldlnv. OalnTl1U, IMII Ht. I, boa 14, Daytona
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PAOB SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARKK, FLORIDA FRIDAY,
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. . s . plants were used effectively In frequently visited >Mr. and MnM. . . . Lake Butler Sunday. 5 . S.Bethel son and family. "

decorating the living room and E. Grlner.Guarant44'd. Mrs. Marlon Gnann and chil- This community
State Farm adjoining dining room. << permanent 95) with' Hampton dren, Florrie and Jimmy, of Jacksonville by the death of was Mrs mildly,
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\VMlfleld At the refreshment hour the nut.\ Haifa. nnauty Salon Starke. By fibs: Bf. C. SwwnryAIRS. were weekend guests of By Mm. K. W. AUen Green and extends its **' '

.By Cs.Mm. Bryan. . 5sr players were joined by Mrs. Clara Mr and Mm. J. A. Bouvier I I . . her sisters, Mrs. Evelyn May and . a . to the family. ymWI
Stahl, house guest of Mrs. C. M. were in Mclntonh Sunday with Mrs. May Sweeney, '
r COMMUNITY CLUB MEETING Tumey. Mrs. Griner served a Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae and MERLE CII.\PM.\N Mr. and Mrs. Frank William Neal Fitzwater has returned to Fresh stoclToTlxeeiient '
Tuesday afternoon of last week' frozen salad course with coffee at. family. Accompanied by Mia HONOREDMrs. and children spent Saturday and his home in Brownton,' West Virginia writer ribbons at THE;; Mi*
the regular meeting of the Com that time and fruit juices during Cecil McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Bou- Angus Hall and Mrs. Koy Sunday in Orlando with Mr. and following a visit here with GRAPH.makes Only ODe each for
munity Club was held in the club the games. vler attended the funeral servicesfor Roark entertained at the Christian Mrs. James Broome. relatives and friends. I machines.typewriter and add!

' rooms The huge, log fire added Prize awards on this occasion Mr. Caldwelfa father Sunday Church Tuesday afternoon Mrs W. O. Carter left on Mon- Guests of D. D. Woodard Sunday
y color and warmth to the setting were as follows: for high score afternoon. last week honoring Mrs1.. Merle day to go to her home in Gas- included Mrs. Evle y.. .
with the beauty of the room enhanced a double'deck of cards to Mra. I J. M. Bradley visited/ relatives Chapman, who Is Mrs. Hall's sis tonla, N. C.,' following two weeks: of Jacksonville Mr. and Johnson Mrs. Ira I . .
by lovely calendula. W. N. North: for second high in Jacksonville last weekend. ter. spent here with her brother and
the business session, to Mrs. J. R. Kite, and in Little Linda Johns of Starke< I Clever and contests Allen and daughter Judy of '
Following powder games were sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K. B WE
Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. A. GlI HAVE IT
% Mrs J.: O Godwin and Mrs. P. D. "bingo", ((1.81trafll to Mrs. J. C. was the guest of her cousin, Jane enjoyed, and prizes' were awardedto Watterson. Last Sunday the ,, -
Fancher, who were hostesses for Wallace. Rlcharde; during the past week Mrs. W. H. Smith and Mrs. Watt_reone Mrs. Carter Mr and

the afternoon, served sandwiches end.After Russell Dyal. Mrs, Owen Simmons' and :Mrs. T. PIMAOMOLENtHorses
t and cookies, with coffee. During Sympathy La extended to Mr. making an extended visit Dalntygift s were presentedMrs. E. Simmons enjoyed a sightseeing .
hour Mrs. J. C. Wallace -and Mrs. J. O. Caldweli and family to Mr. and Mrs.W.N. North Mrs. to St.
4 the Asocial Chapman and then deliciousrefreshments' trip _Augustine. .
articleon In the death of Mr. Caldwell'Ifather Nelle Beavers. left Thursday for lS.O
read Interesting
an of potato salad, Mr.; and Mrs T. C. Chastain ?
nation's veterans' J. B. Caldwell, which occurred her home In Tallaasee. Alabama.Mr .
one of our cake, cookies and hot chocolate hosts at dinner Sunday hon-
vera
residence near OcalaFebruary WllllarnB
W.
at the clad Mrs J.
hospitals. I were served. orIng the Rev.. and] Mrs. M._B.
2J. in
Interment was "
for .
Montgomery Wilier of Fark-of-the-Palms, near
BRIDGE CLUB MEETING I the.Ocklawaha, ; Bridge Church DAY OF PRAYER OBSERVEDThe
+ Mrs M. E. Orlner was hostws I cemetery Sunday afternoon.Our with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Eng-- Woman's Missionary Society Keystone Heights. and MolDon't !
f at last week's meeting of the community was shocked to ram. Mr. Williams la now em- of the Hampton Baptist Friends of Mrs. Herschel ,Parker -

State Farm Bridge Club enter- learn of the deaths of Mr. and ployed here. Church met Friday of last: weekIn wilt be glad to learn that she START.THE HALL
i talnjng/ at her home Thursday Mrs. S. V. R. Martllng which occurred Mr. and Mrs W. N. North had the church to observe, the is much improved following two ROLLING TO HEALTH wait to get your sup.
afternoon. Attractive potted weeks' illness at her home here. of feed in the
In Gainesville Sunday as guests last weekend their son, World Day of. Prayer. Promptlyat BY BOWLING ply barn for
night. Mr. Martllng was a patient H. O. Davis of University of Florida noon a covered,dish. luncheonwas Mr. and Mrs. George Williamsand spring.The famous Purina
in the hospital there and Mrs. and Mrs. North's brother Lt. nerved, and the. meditative son, Howell were visitors to Omolene is now available.
JUST RECEIVED Martllng who had heart trouble, Commander O. J. Beavers whoIs hour followed. Campvllle Sunday' ARE As a grain ration with
died a short time after learningof stationed at Green Cove Mrs. Anna Alexander, who has OUR ALLEYS crimped oats,linseed meal,
.; A Carload Of her husband's death. Mr. and Springs. L. J. WYNN BACK HOME visited friends here for several I SMOOTH AS GLASS bran minerals, corn, ti|
Mrs. Martllng lived in Melrose and Billy King and Miss Katherine Friends in Hampton and, Bradford weeks left Saturday for Jacksonville falfa meal iodized salt and
r Full-O-Pep Stock Quallenbaum of Montgomery County of Lacy J. Wynn will molasses it helps condition
'CONSTIPATIONRisky Alabama spent last weekend with .be pleased to. learn that he w sable horses and mules right!
Feeds Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram. to return to his home :sere STAIiKKEBowkng
In Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Godwin entertained last week after ebing a patient for r GET THE See us today for youri!/

DAD COLDSRetained as supper guests Thurs- five weeks in the Alachua County _-
day of last week Mr. and Mrs.O. Hospital in Gainesville where he y, SPEEDXS14KECarpenter's .
:putrefactive undigested causes toxins food becomes, which H. Thomas of Gainesville and was critically He Is much 1m- RELIEF FORACPINDIGESTION AlleyTemple SistrunkFeed
overload the liver and other vital organs their visitor :M>9. Mildred Me proced and expects soon to be
.'ter SAVE TUOP 20 I % I of the body, lessening your resistance Murchy of MlsHtsslppl. carrying on his various duties. & Seed Store
to colds and other winter Ills) Ave. Starke, Fla.
and interfering with their treatment. ; Special $15 KoI-Wavn now $10 .
Why take this chance when you can Hart's Beauty Salon, Starke. CIIAPMAN CHILD A ................-....-...
ON FEED COSTS take Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughlyyet Garland Godwin, of Universityof Mr. and Mrs. Merle' Chapmanare ,1 I
act on every foot of the birth of a
pleasantly week- announcing ;. '
Florida spent the past 1 I .
out toxin-
With Ih* FW-O-P p your:laden intestines putrefactive sweeping foods and virus- end with his parents Mr. and daughter on Monday March 3, at 1 ;.o ..;.. .
Plan of laden mucus enabling you to more Mrs. J. G Godwin.Mr. Alachua County Hospital in k i
Feeding effectively avoid or fight a cold.NothIng and Mrs. J. C. Wallace spent Gainesville. -Mrs Chapman is the VI'THIS .
(fir Egg*! directed.acts like lOo good and.25o old taalltabgists.. Saturday and Sunday, with relatives former Miss Alma RhoJen. Store ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY BEES: I'\'E

in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Kam- Drug TASTED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD'

Take CALOTABSHOWDY Mr, and Mrs Martin Relnau merer, of Philadelphia Pa., ar-
!v. pus1'tk and baby daughter, of Palatka,
rived on Thursday of last week Baby Chicks .
and Mr. William Relnau and Mia
for an extended visit with Mr. and Tk .Bur
Faye Relnau, of Orlando, were 4wl.tr Bnllw, did l .. 180'0 rl"e, "- 4 Prc.t
Mrs. Claude L. May. I..U4...-..II.. .r...ore. .. it PnctEORDS
w.: and Mrs. ...._
of
overnight guests Mr. .
""'' Mint' Yr.Nr
L. D. Eiland has returned to his -.-...,. .-
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Grlner
M. K. Saturday.
home after several :... Ir s sN sn
spending days .
I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Stokes of with relatives In Dade City. :, _I"4 7Fr" .... .d4b.......1r.w Mn I".wl... ...
....
Ocala were recent visitors of Mr. -" ---Olio II. ... 1C
I I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van Alatlne SCND .0. .ii ....
qt 'and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier.Mr. ....-.-..-MONIY...-...-......su...,- I IAIEAire
visit- .
t Ip and Mrs. R. P. McLendonand and family of Cocoa, were LA.dab.r..nl .. IAn ..n-I N 4S .',_ t"Tu.1
: 'and TommIe, ing Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Ms tine UMA...J=rN Cl i ?.a;:. w .. Mlr.-/: MINmast,.:,, UN
sons, "Spanky' .. ....... er.l
Vitamin Benefits inFul0Pep last weekend.Mr. N.N'': ..1. .1. _. ct.r'I I
spent last weekend In Jackson- dMlu d.xr.LLICNTNER'S
and Mrs. B. J. Hampton,
IX\R ville as visitors of Mr. McLen- POULTRY'FARMS
Promote Rugged don's mother Mrs. L. B. McLen- of Bunnell have been recent D pt.C RFD#3. Phone 28645
HOWDY FOLKS: and
visitors to Mr. Mrs. Gerald
relatives. ..Corum.' ,
don and other "S.C.
Health and Steady Laying Rusty (time 9:00 St. m. Sunday Adkins. Mr. and Mrs. Adkins and < .
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( to Sunday In \\WU FDR COMPttT.f" MICE LIST,
): "Dad, did you'MO CARD OF THANKS daughter. Louise, were visiting
School: when. you were s>
We_ wish to thank our many
You may save as much aa little boy f"Daddy
i' friends and neighbors for the
20%' on feed cost by follow- Jack "I sure illd-:.... klndhe' assistance! aVffipatltf+ I I;.;
' f lac the Ful-O-Pep Plan o< missed flowers the UI- I. .
t; never a Sunday and lovely during. -- .-. '!" -
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faSArigi !: -
FuUO-Pep EM Runty: "there; Mont 8<*fIt ness and death Tof-our 'belovedmother. :
Breeder Mash,K whole Oats won't do me ant good ...Itherr'"UIIMI Mrs. Magglq Green. Es- ..
d' and U scratch grain.Cdaeenttated pecially do we thank Dr. Adams ., ,1..' f ,
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Spring tones" said the science" .May God bless each .and 'etery. i!
} .Range and other vlfamin-rich professor VwouM :you tptrtt_ta one of you. ,I. <' '
s4$oarcerf M-FuI-O-Pep pro- tell the class what happens -Mrs. Z Z. Grlffls..; Mr_. W. 1.Brown :.i I ;: : ..
.tde| kirftaiatd. t benefits> thatedabidyddgfeedletsmash :' wneo a body Is Immersed Id and Jacob and Willie

waterr' Green. .,w . .
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i ad at the tame time mata- "Sure." Mid MIM'30ne... "The '
tald sound healtfi.- See us telephone ring*." The TELEGRAPH noW carries < ..
complete stocks of India inks and &:
OUT ;
:mOPOIN
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for of ;
w jjJ today Breeder vitamin-rich:Mastt.your Ful-O-Pep supply Egg telephone We're' always rings for glad usually when It our I* ihowcard fOl n. H Colors! PrIo- ; /

r biome customer wanting service
We Alto Cariy A -and that's what we have
w plenty of. From 7 a. m. to 11

High Quality Line p. m. we're entirely at your '
4 service and ready to help you (

of Hardware and In any way possible. .

GULF OIL PRODUCTS DRY
Farm Implements Washing Polishing
Greasing CLBAM1I S.

& Lake AT ITS BEST

Fanners'Supply Temple Service Station The Life f Your DEDUCING PRICES


+ MIKE MARUCAOwner. Phone 179 Clothes Depends

on The Care They

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ll, !,. CANNON And WEBB GROCERY Garments Hand Finished Carefully t, #



Friday & Saturday Only \ This'i is' our down4

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Fresh Ground Meat lb. .35
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continued High level of production and

lean Spare Ribs lb. .49
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t 14 OZ. JARCoffins f ill auAR'aA .v;i :_ employment in the months ahead.."

Sweet Relish .10 oa' ."
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l 14 OZ. BOTTLE >' >.: ., HENRY ;FORD u, PRESIDENT, FORD MOTOR COMPANY!

Cream Valley Catsup .20 :. .
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16 Oz. Pkg. Pleezing Spaghetti ;;},. i ; Place your Order_ ivitli us today


With 2 1-2 Oz. Can P-Z SpgtJ. Sauce 29c about I
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Sunsweet Prune Juice, Qt. .29 >100-amonth life



3 Tall Pleezing Milk - .37 Insurance Plan ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY

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Charley: E. Johns Starke, Fla.


'm 3 Cans for .25 Agency ,
Orange Juice, bom IS -, STARKE. FLA. -


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The Friendliest Store In Town -' ........ Reduced Pricesr

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Lie Story Hour Methodist ChurchThe Church of Christ REMORSE Bradley "L, P" as he Is knownto -I the Sunday morning service, and v .. ..'c .-,
children and three adultsnt Rev. Like a naughty boy who 1 la late """ ,
Shuler -
Peele
flg the
Bible D. D, for school Tabernacle group, won the for a three-day Conference None
at the held Community last Tuesday Superintendent of the Gainesville And seems to break a I 11 other congregation from the start by his I who want to learn of conditions -
stolon District of the
,,1 l 1 Methodist Church, .
: o'clock In the will make an official rules winsome ways and smiles. so the In Russia will miss this all JOYNER'SMARKET
visit
to the
1,1"Church' Recreation Starke Methodist Church Sunday His wicked spirit he finally bends I rest was easy. Col. Miles Is familiar with the I''

Lg, enjoyed a colorfully 11- night March 9. at 7:30 o'clock. Then tries BO hard to make At the close of the youth meet- country.See .
and narrated story of He amends. Ing Rev. Hltchco"kt took over the
will
ted speak and will hold the announcement eI8Itw'erfl.Relief I !
Well." Five service and In a beautifully ex
i At the fourth I
woman quarterly conference for So now our Florida shall make '
I h., children received awards the year 1946-47. amends pressed thought brought out the
fact that this date was Mr. and
ionslstent Bible reading. Each A report of the activities of the After frightful weather (to our I
Mrs J. T.
39th 225
Qulgley's SOUTH WALNUT
i a stick of candy. Wedding At Last
received church will be given by all de- Northern friends) Anniversary, And dedicated Illustrated I
school an
denominational
non- partments, Including the WSCS And has suffered remorae as we
the son* to them on this occasion Meats Groceries I
L at same
Tuesday
every Mrs. W. U Blair, president; the sometimes will, .
"The Little Brown ChurchIn
| and/ place and all children Church School, under the leader- But we gladly forgive, for we love I The Vale" was the theme and For Your Cough I I
|,rgrd l to attend ship of W. B. Sewell as Genera' her still many present were carried backIn Produce
Superintendent; L. A. Davis, "" .promptly be-
Today, as I walked In thought to a tender spot otdcUcatlm Creomulalonright
treasurer of the church; and the bright I ( ell the PHONE 159
WilliamsonElectric K. Perryman, JudgiE. sunlight, In their own lives. trouble t.o belp loooseenad expel I i ii
lay leader anc
The birds Coming next germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
.. even tried to make Friday evening are i I
Chairman of the Board. The to soothe and
heal
Rev
Inflamed
Service raw tender. -
Rev and Mrs. Clarence Belts
things right, of bronchial 1M
W 3. Churchwell Is mucous mem
now complet
--. the third And sang 'till I'm sure their Jackson, Mich., with an evening branes.Tell your druggist to sell:you
Ing of his
year mtnistrj throats were sore. of Gospel music: Ten different instruments a bottle of Creomulston with the understanding -
Electrical Repairsand In Starke, and a very good report Tho you must like the way It Dixie
nun shone fairer: than ever being used, besides Lily
quickly
will be made for the areCREOMULSION
the
House Wiring !the -work. cloning ol before. .. vocal numbers. Don't miss this. to have your money aback.u
I Bo early for a seat. Saturday
[FREE ESTIMATES At the morning service the pastor The flowers perked up and held night Col. F. J. Milan will be introduced GuaranteedFlour I
will speak on the subject, high their head, and will be In charge of for.Cough,Ch.lt Colds,Bronchitis
"Testing Our Religion", using as And proudly greeted me from .
pie& Lake Service Sta. a basis for his sermon Romans A. Waldrep Johnson, evangelistof nice fresh beds.

hone 179 Starke, Fla 8:9: --"If' any man have not the Jacksonville, will conduct a The grass was green, and soft to **$* !
Spirit of Christ he Is pone of series of meetings at the Churchof i tread. TIZNU595The I
Christ In Starke beginning: :i While the eun shone down upon '
=, March 10. Services will be held' my bead. Bruahless Auto Paint 101bs. 85c
MODERATION each evening at 7:45.: :
So
our wonderful Florida love
W. we Anyone rail paint a car with TIZ-ill. frvdu/ofit' s long-lasting,
Herron
minister of the
BO much, Aas'td. Print
in the expense but the utmost in sincerity c n,rch !Issues the following Invitation And you can't resist all your cbArms. fa ...y.llke finish. Dries In 1 boyr..One quart Dough for two Bags ,I

courtesy and thQughtfulness is to the public: "Come heara Like .the bad, naughty boy we've cots) .. average' car. Apply with powder puff and foHw slmptodirection i
accorded the affairs of ned in our $,,- man who has no party to bolster forgive again, .* on can Guaranteed f\irl: ),..,.*. ,

vice. ; no human creed to defend; And take you once more in our Practically and Laboratory Tested No. 1 WhitePotatoes

no theory to promulgate. All areInvited arms: CUHIM In Nine Colon. : Maroqn IlrewsU-r droeo Light 3rMi i t\u
and no collections will be .
'*' -"Nell Noll"
taken." nine, Ithu-k, Ked, Tan. Yellow Gunmetal Gray t l' j

DEWITT C. JONES At The Tabernacle Distributor
His The choir, under the lead-
AMBULANCE SERVICE ership of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, has Every meeting night at the :Tabernacle i
KIRKLAND SUPPLY :
CO.
Funeral Director prepared special music for both some mighty truths of the I ) 10 Ibs. 39cGOOD
services. Bible are being emphasized by
STARKE: PHONE TOur Special emphasis is being place crayon In the artistic hands of 4822 Dundee Road. Phone 2-8561
ed Rev. B. F. Hitchcock of Kalamazoo Jacksonville: Fla.Dealers .
local funeral home enables us to upon attending Prayer Meeting
Lent. Conversation Mich. New faces are con- ,. ,
offer conveniences and services not during groups Istantly I '4 I 'I Ii.STJUNGBROOMS
otherwise available. have been planned, and the sub- being noted among the
group, coming out to benefit by
ject for Wednesday evening, -- -

furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices ai| March neighbor 12?", ,will Matt be 22:37-39."Who: la my these Saturday messages.night the Young Peo- H. C. KELLY Lawtey, Fla.L. I

ept ANT life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY corny ple were led In their Program by I
The of the church B. (Red) ALVAREZ Starke Fla.
as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation young people the most youthful leader yet to I I
Irriea no obligation have organized and are now collecting take thin important part, Lucian 1 i 95c
each t
clothing and money for I
overseas relief All clothing collected .
will be sent direct to the t
Overseas Depot at New Windsor, I '

Sell Your TIMBER .-- NOW! Md., and will be distributed by Prefabricated Government Hutments16x16 J
the Methodist organization. Money Dixie LilyMeal
contributed la handled by presiding ,
$195.00 16x48- $350.00 20x52 $500.00Prices t
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Bishop Paul E. Barber, who I
Highest CASH Prices Paid has-- toured Florida the Interestof above, delivered on your truck WITH FOUNDATION, Camp Blanding. '

the suffering in the Geneva 16x16 16x48 20x52 !
$275.00 $550.00 $1000.00 r I
area, over which he has jurisdic I
Uon. Prices above delivered unloaded on your lot with concrete foundation blocks.
WILL BUY IN BULK .
20x52: Hutment meets any zoning requirement; can Jive one day delivery. I r !

OR BY THE UNIT Christian ChurchThe BAYNARD BROS. REALTY & INSURANCE CO., INC. 10 lb. Bag : \ .

Rav. f. B. Dixon of Jacksonville PETERSBURG, FLORIDA i I" '
will conduct the 11 A. M. <<: '
EDWIN W. PECKP. :, Mid :7:20: P. M.:' Worship! jwrvlcos OR 79cMEATS i't' t I
Sunday at the First Christian J. J. Pierson at Camp,Blanding or 302 Madison St., Starke, Fla. t

Church of Starke, located on West f
O. Box 463 Gainesville, Fla. Call street. His subject In the P. S. Can Mil you a lot and will finance for you with a small down payment and. f,

Send Me A Postcard morning will b* "Vessels" of Ho .- monthly installments. f 1 1F
or and Dishonor, and the even
And I Wilt Come To See You ing theme 'Is "Love That Never .
Falls" Church school begins at
10 o'clock Sunday morning' and
M the midweek service Is held on I

Wednesday nights at 7:30: ( .o'clock. II
2= Complete Service All members and friends of the II I

church are urged to attend any "' I

i::.. Looks like it's going to be and all services.

i l\ = a long time yet before -
ban received I
The TELEGRAPH just
\Q L many of us get that new new pre-war quality HEAL: 34 a MILES I
we've been waiting for. ,
car
tr./- rubber b II n d s. Plenty o miles Wo.. Best Grade I
Therefore, it's more im s-t-r-e-t-c-h anil snap and ,< .-,,,, ... an ddtlo..al, 15,000 Y \
Certified portant than ever to let us strength. Four nixes at 490 pet < ..or ._.... tread will ditappear v'
keep your old car in AlCondition. quarter-pound box.A real bargain. wrhst Ray And.1e .- White Meat M
Lubrication I 1 Aicadla,Collie : 1

{Washing Polishing Waxing YOUR WATCH "33,521 MilES 42c 'I H

,without ,
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of Solely co lu
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Deserves the BeatTrustworthy :' .doubt. .Oft line's Voice I tlr" on the rood ioday,ns


L B. Alvarez Service StationTemple writet Safety pEYJNkOlsos! n 36rda

Baby BeefRound

Ave., at Call St.than. 1
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REPAIR w 133,376ry .r .H., E ,
lam .Pet, ClubSteaks
Service +' in0 N w xt.'e I


Harley F. StrongCAMP Is- ;:-: y1P.v.d took R.1 M 1' -- '. r.T;.: { 49c lb.


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SINCE J941 I

I f 137 West Call St Hore's Proof of Extra Mileage in the Tire That Beef BrisketStew .


OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES 'r

itsleaning :
4)At )
I II Tntimonialj like the shove Muse about the new .
III, Ni H I i B F.Goodrich Silvcnown, arc not uncommon. Nor
u we surprised ac dui evidence of long mileage. 10flu. Lb. 29cPURE !
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That well-groomed, .... .. tI/ the tun.. Fins, a wider flatter tread WM developedfor Tu "
longer wear and greater protection against s liddinff. fJOUCONVENIENT ,
well-suited look SnonJ. to hold that huskier tread a new 3)%
All TimesSea cord body was developed.
depends on metic- stronger
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Trout Red Bass with the new B.Goodrich S1lvertowa..th. tire IF YOU DIStil
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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, niAltCIl .
I 1.111I1

1 Red Cross Dinner Gives Impetus Legion To Elect I I EDWARD HUGH JACKSON

The annual election of officers I Mr. and Mrs. ,Blake Jackson
1 F

I To Fund Drive Now Under \Way for Post 56, American Legion, will ;'a of eon Starke, Edward announce Hugh the on Tuesday birth of r

::1 be o'clock.held next Post Tuesday Commander night S.at G.8 'I March 4, at Alachua County HospItal __ '

"Uick-ofr In Bradford I Denmark urges all members to be in Gainesville Mrs Jackson -
The
County's fund raising drive for(Red Cross Workers present for this important meet j I is the former Ming Lucille M
Red Cross was held ing. Miller
the American
Have Tea TodayRed '
1 (
Monday night at 6:43: : o'clock
when 30 key workers gathered in Cross fund drive workersIn
veJ
the Methodist recreation buildingtor the residential. district of t
Now
-Easier than
dinner. The annual meeting, ever I
Starke will meet this afternoon
was ,
which was open to the public
Highlight of the (Friday: ) In the Church Service
I !fk held at 8 p m.
t Wt-together was an enthusIastic Center at 4 o'clock for tea and a I
talk by H. V Moran special field discussion of plans for more efficient LL1I&--74
representative from the Atlanta soliciting./ i7 HOME PERMANENT t

area office, who vividly described A second meeting, for those I jI4 1 _
the work now being: carried on who cannot attend this afternoon,, = n
by Red Cross In veteran hos- will be held In the Center at 9:30: BREAKIN6
the world RECORD LOW PRICES!
pitals throughout a. m. Monday _
p A. Monteith, county chair- Mrs. Edward Burns, chairman "U\ttl
man of the 1947 fund drive, urged : of the Southeast Starke district, withmm -.,.., >>! ,\ ... ., ""-.,\ ,, ..
PEMTI C >"""" "'" :"l\1\\\ "'. ,",
i that every person In the county urges all workers to attend on of
e be contacted In order to raiseBradford's them two meetings.Fore! .
$4,000 quota. "The pea Good News lor Wash Day I \ F gle's: ; ',I.
ple want to give to Red Cross and ( .' \ i :
t will give! if they are contacted," ffT Reg. 2.98 J "

the chairman stated. "Inasmuch as Round Ribbed. e s \\;:: traPM ltRi 6aMi 2Sa
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the county's quota has been low- '.c..ga
, erect from $8.000 In 1946 to $4- ReusableNew : C lO, T HE S \ \ .. hrpeYGloni
000 in 1047 It Is up to us to see ,
Is raised.." PAINRELIEF T S .
1 that every penny BASK E
announcedthat ZINNIA
Chairman Monteith I
will be used Deluxe Kit '"
the block system .r y SEEDS
' residential district with plastic curUr
i Mt in soliciting the :Made of imported willow, smooth as silk! aand
been divided '
and the town has clothes.Plenty, 269No
into four sections with Rub on EURtOALMr. rough edges to snag your and bottom. a.tiral 24-Page Law*
with reinforced top
and Garden
chairmen as follows: strong Seek
Southwest PENETRATING '' Cam In Today
Edward Burns-
Mrs. .
metlfcMtan nljmtIho
BUrke' ; / 1'- diuumfons of
t pain,
t Mr*. A. Z. Adklns-Northwest C=

f Starke; 2. action STIMULATING. stirs .up Roll up your hair .. t

Mrs. T. H. Osborne-Northeast circulation to help In half the time I Ton!
WHEN AND WHAT
1 break-up tbt toe
1 LINE
BUrke;" .....on. Professional Plastic Curlers ALUMINUM CLOTHES l-
Mra. Junius M. Smith-South lifetime Investment. Easy to 7 9 y YOU PLEAS!
Here's
WHEN you rub soothing N.umbalm on have 50% a keeps it
,Illy east Starke. achy' throbbing:' i spots It ararta to work Intunity. more curling handle and a damp cloth
,. Solicitation of business houses : Pam ubiidci.: /> (* lurfic blood: surface; and they're ribbed Immaculately clean. .
+ : members of flowing" through congested *r ai. gave* re Regular Ktt
Is being conducted by newed .It fa : .:.
to atrainrd muscle Th rniwr 19c
treaded all Reg. .
the Rotary Club. .JM caused' bv exertion, exposure" or fatigue ( ) over, to keep hair with Tlresfon*
y r* relieved Scientific research proves: from fiber cudas ... CLOTHESPINS
j Mrs. W R. Morse executive secretary Neurabulm work fat and ttftctivtly./ slipping. -;:
,of the Bradford County Also grand fur the relic of muscular $)25Save II! C BUD GET
,
; J. ache Miff" neck tired back muscles chest 14
Chapter, conducted the brief bul.nelle soreness due to colds: tingling or ,burning money every time you re-use Strong wooden pins at dOlL
l ; session and Introduced Mr. acnsution Neumbalm of la 1,.Rrcaselcu akin: : aching and feet.stainless/ CO your Toni! Plastic Curlers. For a RifillKil a real bargain price! P L A NVci.Jh
Moran who stated that, "The the akin. So soothing ,so CLEAN and without carter
simple symbol of the Red Cross refreshing, to u.., Vt hen you want fatt and refill kit costs only Sl.OO-contams
welcome' relief from neuralgic and muaculurachea $100Aapnmple
aryi carries a message of compassion and pains rub with Neurabalm. Feel everything but curWn
anll aid the battle front and in relived Sleep/ banefeel bttrer. HIM hi* tar
f on praised by Follow/ Two Jobs the Same
user direction*in folder. at
civil life. It represents the one Ac drugstore* Jn 25*.75* and |1,29 bottles. A Regular 4.28 Value
i, iI organization which can cross the MODERN-CLEAN SOOTHING CARPENTER'SYour Time I
frontiers of fighting peoples without -
<< suspicion, and which in time NEUR BALM fAST REX ALL Drug Store Gal. of WAU-TOUE Tln.rall CAR
( of is devoted
peace Internationallyto ;
y' good will, mercy, and relief., Z-WAY RELIEF FROM ACHES AND PAIN PHONE 64 STARKE, FLA. wau AND WALL-TONI 0 CLEANER

"The Red Cross In coining = 0 ROLLER PAINTER and WAX
years will not ask for any funds It _
does not need, but chapter leaders -
know that Its work is not finished 49cAik1oii.
-
,' ," the speaker stated., "IU, Both Only....................3.39
war-related service is atlll Incom{ MARCHWPROFIT tan make wall bsaatifd Ol.att and waxes at tk.
tame tlm*. Gives a IxinU.
Witt Wail-Ton.
plete. Almost two million l I r the wonder palntl'
men;
fat flalik.
White and $. p..a protectlT. wax:
are still In uniform. There are (orgeoaaeolora ,[ -
IG ..( :*..> .- Pint r a :
1 several million veterans to whom .-
tr. It han an obligation.. Tens of >L1'N"'Y'e.
thousands will be in military anveterans
SHARING EVENT anJ Bvavfifitt
' hospitals for some tIme /
,
to com, This add. up to a job t
vastly gttaertn( extent than the<
work .-of. vore normal years of: rr.f.ae

i peace., .. $250 CHROME


i W.CiT.U.; FREE 1 .POLISH

;- "If liberty III l to be'Pd., It
will not IM* by the doubters, the merchandise of 39c
men of science, or the material Y 4Wa
l lot*! It will be by religion con YOUR CHOICE Keeps chromium shiny ofelTort.
bright with a minimum
ghir' _
vlctlon. by the faith of Imllvl Won't icratcti. Half-
I ly dual who believe that God with any purchase pint.
rr will. man lit be free but also

pure; It will be by the seekers. Mar. 1 thru 15 of Mar. 1 thru 15 V"I
r X yK after liollnrsn, by Minna oldanhlonml A Chance to Save I ITun
/ pious person who
$1,000.00
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speak' of Immortality and eternal -
life, and prefer the soul to
the whole world; It will be by ,
the enfranchised children ofthe $40 $60 $20
itr ancient faith of the human
.
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