Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02904
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I V, APKt. 18. 1847 BRADFORD COUNTY TEL ORA I"fI. STARKK. FLORIDA PAGE 8-A andidates: Vie I 5 Inducted New Members In RotaryFive New Dog Licenses I

OVRT, BRADFORD Witness my hand. and official 1:IN CIRCUIT COURT RRAIIPOHDCOUNTY. lay 5, in the above,

fecriT TW FUHIUAIfilariih IN HAN-: ,I5h 194S7tarke: > Florlla'( thIs' April Y. VLOIUUAI IN CHAN.CrjR .lamed ou:4T seeks: and divorce.cause, Bradford whereinilalntlff 7or Honor of I IIE'W. membfis received[ la.I Now On Sale

Ilublk Plaintiff, vs.I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J. Thomas f lelen MacDnwell, Plaintiff. vs. Eiljln bounty Telegraph shall publish this I pel pins and were Inducted I Into
I rilublk. Defendant. said Court. .. N. MacDowell Defendant. Case )rder In next four weekly Issues. I
John Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. l'to. 6549.!! Witness my hand and official the Rotnry Club Ml the luncheon '
5.70.PER William D. Morgan Fifth Floor 'sal at Starke, Florida this March At Hall
Cf ,
TO APPEAR Clark Building- Jacksonvllla .Fla. NOTICE'] TO APPEAR II, 1047. mel'tlngV'dnl'lIdIlY Tho new Itarlans -
) NOTrE for Pit 4-18 SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas,.
TV OF 'LORIDA to: Josephlllilk Atty. 4t 5-9 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edwin [[OFFICIAL are: Dr. J. \\'. Knufmi .
and Va Clerk of said Court.
vhose residence l'l. MacDowell whose residence and
"i ISO. E. 3rd Street. New IN CIRCUIT COURT.: BRADFORD a,ddress Is % Special Service Bldg.SOI IV Lucille: C. Conner D. C. Bldg.lacksonvllle With the placing/ of attrnctlv pastor of the !First l'r"Rbytl't'll\n City Clerk Cnrl Johns announceil -
t 204-05 Realty /
('DV'ry, FLORIDA IN: CIIAN.CEnT. 1 Camp Kilmer, New Jersey. has. R. Hess I
',!y, 'fe.u'lred: to appear on You are required. to appear on Fla. 4-4 4t 4-29 kndldntpft In[ the flI'I ir. Plf.
namednd Uty.
Carl W. Corrarlno, Plaintiff leading civic
above vs. orgnntzatiom
y ,
]1947 In the wherein plaintiff Rose Corrarlno, Defendant. Case fay 12th 1947. In the above spector for Bradford. County; I LI!)( . :....*. amed court and cause wherein 10 campaign for May Quopn gnnder i
ivnrc' and restoration No. E555 ilalntlff seeks dlvorco. Bradford 'N'' :!nrrrr CO 'II"''. IlIt"III'OItIJ In full force this Green" attorney and automob arc now on sale dully at the City I II
Bradford County ORDER OF PUBLICATION this ClEAN: way week
\&", 'ouiity Telegraph shall publish COI ISTY. FLOIIIUAI 'I
iih ihlll publlHh this Order AND NOTICE TO APPEAR >ruler In next four weekly \Issues. .-KHY.Sdna: hit crowning of the Quenn by dealer; James Deavers mating Hall. "Although the tags were

four weekly Issues. official STATE OF FLORIDA to: !Mrs. Witness my hand and official !: Bass Graves vs. James. W, '.ayor Chas. A. Darby will climax of the Tip Top grocery; and Or. d,'Uye..| In arriving[ the City

,,, ny hand and this AprilIALSEAL Rose Corrarlno whose residenceand ,enl at Starke Florida, this April :raves.( Defendant.. Case Ho. 6527 : A. Y. Covlngton director of th!! I Council has ;orant.tlIo, extensionIn [
gtatke Florida address Is; not Gates Avenue, ", 1947. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Ie May Day Festival to bn giveS I II

A. J. Thomas. Brooklyn New York. 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,. AND NOTICE': TO APPEAR Friday[ May 2, by the PTVT Bradford Health Department.The I [ the effective date of the ordinance -

) You are required to appear on Is Clerk of said. Court. STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Mrsanues ,. new members I, and all dogs will be expected
k said Court. Lucille C. D. C. ,v. Graves, whose residenceind the purpose of raising fund were icelved
C. May 1ft, 1947, In the above named ly Conner "
in j c Conner.Starke D. Fla.r Court and cause, wherein plaintiff VIllTam D. Morgan Fifth Floor address IN: East 4th Street
k Landrum, 4-18 4t 111'1' -' seeks divorce. Bradford County :Hark Bldg- Jacksonville Fla. Ford Garage" Charlotte North CaroIntt. 'am. ceremony conducted by Preside Mr. Johns stated. ,
'IC Telegraph' shall publish this Ul'dt'rWltneee itty. for Fit. 4-11 4t 5-1 .

('(>I'BT. rtRAOFORDIV In next four weekly \Issues You .arc r*.iulrpd to appear nr The candidates selncted' and J. C. Hoover.It Befoie licenses will be issued,

( YIAflhltS IN: CIIANlc : my hand and official 1\1: CIRCUIT (cnt'iiT nn%ioni] May 5. 1947, In the above. ,eir was announced Ihat MR[ the dog owner must present a certificate -
sponsoring o r sanitation
seal at Htarke: Florida, this April C'OlV'l'V.. Pl.lkllllltl IN CHAN.fKIIV. lamed court and .cause wherein showing[ that the dog has I
divorce and renter Ann Wilt had been selected
Onvif. Odum: Plaintiff U. 1847.OFFICIAL. "lain tiff seeks 9: aaRotary's
Defen- McConnell Montondo Plaintiff, of maiden name. Bradford been Inoculated. Licenses cost
Hewitt Odum !tta; Ltlan candidate[ In the I'TA
'Ip-i ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas thltDrder Miss[ Janet
Clifford William Montondo, Da- Telegraph shall publish AndersonWoman'!
No. 6.66. An Clerk of said Court. s. $1, and the standard fee for Inoculation -
,aM' PUBLICATIONS :endant. Case No. 55(2. In next four weekly Issues ub. May Day Queen contest and Lu. t
b11 OF Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
S TO APPEAR !T.Ity Frank Landrum, rkFlorldl: \ ORDER OK PIT1ILICATIONAND Witness mv hnnd anal offlrlnl. .sen' clan Conner chairman of I the Is[ also $1.
OF FLORIDA to: Mr. 4-18 4t &-9 NOTICE TO APPEAR it Starke Florida this April I. Miss[ Marian[ llrownJunloi
B Atty. for Plf. committee, outlined the campalj Mayor Chas. A, Darby states
whose Clifford
Dewltt STATE' OF FLORIDA: 1947. 'Oman's Club.
l address; : f"mi i <0 MontBom- SM!> CIRCUIT COURT. IIR""P'O"I 'Vllllam Montoniln, whose residence OFFICIAL[ SEAL) A. J. Thomas. plans. that unlicensed dogs found run-

,.t. tiiivnnnah, Georgia. Ol'NTY. FLORIDA. IN CIIAMCICIIV. I'": % Commanding. / Officer, Fort \s Clerk of said Court Miss Selma Sapp -- America ning at large on the streets after
to appear on Indiana. Lucille C. Conner D. C.
,,re rwiulred, ] larrlson, ny
h. 1147 In the above named L."e A. Bryan Plaintiff vs. Lulu You are required to appear. on P. Frank. Land rum, Starke Fla. 'glon. June 1 will be shot. Dog. bear-

ndaiiHi" -. wherein restoration plaintiff of Bryan Defendant Cane No. 5544OltDElt 11 fay 12th 1047 In the above Vtty. for Plf. 4-1 4t 4-211! Miss! Ann Wilt-Rotary Club. Berry PricesRemain ing license tags will be impounded. -
and PUBLICATION wherein
: and
ivor OP lamed court cause
nnriK, Hr a d ford County AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I I >lulntlff seeks divorce and rare. and I IN CIRClE? ('DittY, IIRA1.FORI. Miss[ Ideil Land rum Lion .

Ih linll publish this Order STATE< OF FLORIDA to: Lola ."ustody of minor children. Bradford COI'M'V. Kl.Illlltl IN .HAM. ub. Although the time for obtaining[
four wi-ekly Issues. Bryan, uhose residence Is: Ut. No.; ounty Telegraph shall publish thli 4. '' ''Y. '
.M 111): hiiml and official 1, Hox 151, Glenn Allen Vlrnlnlu.. Order In next tour weekly Issues. leorge W. Reedy, Plaintiff, vs. Eve 'Voting will be carried on bOpping Low llrrnnes before the deadline Is

starkr Florida, this April You are required to appuur. onMay Witness my hand. and official, lyn Irene Reedy, Defendant. Ca.enumb..r [ coins or bills[ In boxe brief[ the public Is urged to cooperate -

17 IAI., SKATA.. J. Thomas 19 and, 1947 cause, In, the wherein above plaintiff namedCourt I :,..enl 1947.at Starke, Florida this April 6508OTtDER OF PUBLICATION at have been placed In[ ntrateglc with city officials[ In

1\t it paid Court. divorce. Bradford CountyFelegraph TO API'BAH Floodi uf berries from Umlaliu that the nuls-
D. C. seeks OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ANn NOTICE' : Ota about town. Each conl order "stray dog"

ik''lie Landrum r Conner, starkel Floridar In next u-h: weekly publish:Issues.Witness this. Order Bv Ka Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court.D. C. STATE Reedy OF FLORIDA whoso rssldonce tiv: v"lvnIr..ne istomerville teed [in a blx[ will count one< and continued below-pnr qunlll ance may bo curbed. i

lit 8 4t 69CUT official of offerings!: here have held prlci
my ro'1d.nhl: ; 1 1Ll. Dnn Kelly Fernandlna, Fla. Mnesarhusetts.You te.
BR"DP'dRD i seal at Starke, April Ltty. for Plf. 4-11 4t 11-3 are required to appear 01 down to, around a $6.23 averm
The la Invited to UK
rornT. 1947. I ItOFJ.o'lCIAL In thc above nlm..1COllrt public Salvation Army
I April 22, 1947
ry FloRlipti I'M.' CIIANPri'iatt : REAL) A. J. Thomas wherein plalntlf for tho 8.25B crates marketed here
I N CIRCUIT COURT, DR"IJP'ORD4'OIIN'I'1' ancl cause pper which will open the fentlva
Plaln- As Clerk of said Court. I FLOItlll.lt IN ClEAN .er ks divorce. Prnclford County Tel 6:30 [in the USO build 'or 32380.35 since Thursday i ot To Pick Up Salvage
Ilmldleston ay Lucille C. Conner D. C. CKHY.Pernle graph shall. publish this order I In : p. m.
looophIvln Huddleston. .I. R Harrison Law Exchange: ludg.farkMonvllle Potter, Plaintiff, vs. Mar next four weekly Issues. r. Bingo and other games will ,' last week. Much fruit offori Next WednesdayA

'but: Cn OK'e Pt'BLKATIONOTIfR No. 6561.HP Plf.Florida. 4-18 4t 5-9 I Aret !Mary Potter Di-fendant Cast' Witness. my hand and ofTIHnneat.at featured during the evening. during[ the pant week hall b".n
\tty. for No.55U. Starke, Florida. thIs. Mare classed
TO APPEAR ; as "overripe" grov
ORDER OF I'U LIf'ATIOS 20 1147.OFFICIAL. The festival dance will begin alto Salvation Army truck from
''udd T B OP lli''tcii FLORIDA, whose to residence: Joseph NOTICE OF PROPOSED! LHbllLATIOM ,\ NF' NOTICE! TO APPMARSTATE ( SEAL) A. J. Thomnii, with the May Queen and her, Bra complaining[ that they cannot< Jacksonville will bit In Stake
OF FLORIDA to: !\Inrgnr..tMary As Clerk of said Court obtain sufficient[
.nM \\t unknown. Notice Is hereby given that legislation Potter whose last known res.tlvnce IT. 0 Brown Htarke, Fla. Attv. for ort leading[ the grand march. help to harvei next Wednesday afternoon to pickup
ara required to appear on will be proposed during the and ,address Is % PegKJVNell l Plf. 312 -4t4118I | the fast-ripening crop an It nhoul
h, 11)47) in the aboVe namednd 1947 session of Legislature of Florida 525 Went 121rd St., New Jince early in the present school be. donations of magailnes, clothIng ,

aUM.Vh..reln plaintiff the title' of said proposealtegisluttion fork City New York: >PORICOUNTY. in, social[ events, sponsored bjI ,and papers, MaJ. W. B Graham ,
County IIRAI
ivorcc, Bradford Is as follows: You. lire required to appear nr.r I IN cmcrrr e'oi'it'r, PTA have been held in thmer < Following [Is the quantity Ihlp-| Salvation headquarters .
'ill -hall publish this Order AN ACT Prohibiting" and !Making It before May 12, 1947n FLOIIIUll IN HI: *N from Army
tout weekly Ixues. Unlawful for Horses, Asses Mules, the above named Court anlause <' ('ICRY. USO building[ [ each Friday pad and the average price paid at 21 East: Church 1.\\

*stnrkc** .1r hand Florida and this official April Cattle Grazing Swine Sheep Animals Goats to Run andUther r or wherein Bradford plaintiff Count Telegrapl seeks ell- Laurln wlitir" H. F.Nunn Nunn Jr.Plnlntlff.Dvfenilunt.vs. Cas F.II-. fht. offering various recrea each day during the past week Street Jacksonville, announced ,

Within Putnam' rorce. 5(28. : Thurs., April 17, 300 crts. O I$6
17.1A1. Roam at Large hall publish this Order In next No. nal facllltlea, games danclnj Wednesday .
SKAI.) A. J. Thomas, [ Providing' for the our weekly Issues. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Fund received Fri., Apr. 1R 674 crta. ft $6.21)!
ridrnrldi 1 refreshments. '
f ? LivestockFound [ to donate'
('opirm [
't >f said :. Such Witness han< and <>ffl..la'e..1 AND NOTICE TO APPBAR "Anyone) wishing
r Conner D. C. Roaming" atLarge Eu< Festival will enable Sat., Apr. 10 lO.'ll: crts. @ $6.25: .
lie Running Or at Starke. Florida, this 9th d..y:; STATE' OF FLORIDA to: lair rough the magazines, paper or clothing to,
Pnuglns, aalnesvllle P1* In Violation of This Act; wing H Nunn Jr., whose re.I.I'erR ise Friday[ night parties to beUinuad ) Mon.\ Apr. 21, 127O crts. (@
r PIJ 4-18 4t. 6-9 ProvllllnImpoundln/ /( Fees and for (hJ'PiA\\ >1AI.) A. 1. Thoman and Is: r.'tIl; Rowing NunrSrt the Salvation Army pleMe bring

the Collwtlnn; Thereof Providing of AIL Clerk of said Cqurt. 4 %. p Saw MilCamp i through the summer $6.25 \ ; ; It to tile Epl.oop.U, .Center, on '' ,

( I IT <:0t'HI. IIRADFORD for the Sale Livestock oV. Other Disposition,Making-It I" a ITh Lucille C. Conner, D. C. v Young Arlxona: ** Tues., Apr.'.22, 1168 rU. : St. Augus
Pl.OHlUtl IN C1IA1Miiavimr : Impounded J. Henderson, Baq., are required appear o '
Yry Misdemeanor to Allow Such Livestock In- line Florida. MZoU 5, 1947, In tot slmv keel Club 'Members'.nd AJfr. 33. SIB crUT'iO'Sa.i o. tify members',of pi*. fltarke. dirt

,. plaintiff. v. Cath.langriasso : to Run or Roam at Making Large the Itty. for Plf. 4-11 4t G-2 named court and cause wherel The poorest quality of fruit waa Scouts before next .Wednesday," t
Defen- Violation of This Act; divorce. Prndfor -
,;'arr Nb. 655 Havuso*. Owner of Such Livestock Violation Running |N' CIRCUIT rotlRT' BR"DP'ORD. County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish thl I.Ord..r I. Wives Enjoy selling from $4 to $3 to cold pade Major; Graham urged., He stated ,
OP PUBLICATION or' Roaming Large in COUNTY. FI.OIIIOAl IN CHAN: In next four weekly Issuet
hER '"' operator the ,was
Damage And Shoot that organisation verygrateful
,t 1'1 NOTICE TO APPEAR of This Act Liable In CEnT.Ina Witness my hand. and offl..lnle"al arbecue '
HE OP FLORIDA to: Cath- All Injuries Caused Either Livestock Plreetl Anderson Walty Plaintiff v. at Starke Florida this April Thus far this season arounJ to the local Girl Scouts.

iinnfrrnsHo Ravuao, whose or Indirectly lnlCbYo"uR"a!" Frank A. Walt)'. Defendant. Can 3 I, 1947.OFFICIAL. Members of the Starke Gun 14,111 crates of berries have been for the part they played In collecting f
address Is: 183 uy. while anM fa. .
and ,
i c 4JmR SEAL) A. J. ThomaiAs
Act J ([
tent Brooklyn Now York. l.ar8" In VIolatIon of This OF PUBLICATION': Clerk of said Court. |b and their guests enjoyed marketed with an estimated return I these items. .
are required< to appear named on Providing/ a Lien R. J. FIANCOCIC AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO to: FraillV. By Lucille' C. Conner, D C. let shooting and barbecued fish to growers of 1207,917.03.
"'. 1947 In the above 1t T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. 1.
ind aiiHe, wherein plaintiff Walty whose residence and AU)'. for Plf. 4-4 4t 4-25 ur day afternoon (If last weed Told Names
,IIrrr Bradford. County COURT, Bn"DFORD Is unknown.You south of Drys
IN 01 the club grounds
this Order IN: CHANHary. are required tc appear Red Sox To Play
'hall publish
i four weekly ...' ..H COUNT. Way 12th, 194T In the ahoy IN CIRCI'IT COURT. IIRAI>FORICOt'MTY. irke, opposite the Starke airt. May Be Removed
CEII1' wh..relnplaIntiff FLORIDA IN CHAN: -
.. ,
seal v Court and cause
"'" my hand .and official T. Johnson. Plaintiff lamed 30 Macclenny Sunday
divorce. Bradfnribounty CF.HV.Oeorge Approximately persona ,
15, Defendant. seeks
rko Florida, this April Laura Jean Johnson Telegraph shall publish thl7rder Bernard Cannon. Plalntlflvs. From Wet Petition

IHAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, C"eORDER51OF PUBLICATION In next four weekly Issues Lurlene Knight Cannon, De re present.uring I The Htarke Red I Box Pniebu
offlcl.1aeal Case No. Soil ) the skeet shooting sean ,
hand and fendant. muntered 50 citizens
APPEAR Witness my Lawtey
Irk of laid CourtOk !] TO
NOTICE weelilnylng
AND Florida thIs April ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND of Gainesville,, Club gets under WilY thin .
I.nndrum, Stark Via. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Laura at Starke, Bud Overby at a rally staged by the
4-18 4t BBcrrr residence and 1"a U47. NOTICE TO APPEAR [ their fIrst Mi-he.iltiled gam
>r Pit. whose skeet shouting
Jean Johnson B.!] Evans (her ([OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Llirlen, ,,7 Southeastern I Bradford County Drys In the
A. Sunilnifternoon.
% \ ( there)
*rirfrHB la residence isiS : with Mnrclenny:
COURT. BRA-DPORB Limestone is Clerk of said Court. Knight Cannon whose ; impion, showed the locals the
father), % I D. C.T. Avenue. % Mrs. Robert *duln ahm school auditorium there Tuesday
1TY FLORIDA IN' CHAN Tennessee Ry Lucille C. Conner Darlington break- I The nch<
KnoxvIlle of the art by
Company. Starke, Fla. Charleston South Caro rr points o'clock. The crowd
Y. to appear on I Frank Lsndrurn Tobin ; night at
I You are required 4-11 4t 5-i: alls: for games next Thnrml' I IVwith
: Morris Plaintiff, vs. Kath. April 28, 1947, .In the above named Uty. for Plf. Una.You 50 out of 50. rnadii up for Its smallness with
Morrls Defendant. Case No. wherein plaintiffseeks are required to appear on condurta a shoot each Waldn (there) and the f<>
Court( and annulment.cause Bradford County IN' CIRCI'IT COMIT. BRAnFORICOVNTY. April 8*. 1947. In the above nameou't t The club owing Sumlay, May 4, the It1ox I high! enthusiasm, and l gave a good
PUBLICATION this OrderIn FLORIDA IN and cause, wereln plaintiff jrmiuy afternoon on their'unalus
D. Mar
'DER OF shall publish I hand to T. J. Griffin[ A.
Telegraph i tn
'D NOTICE TO APPEARTE I Issues. Ct HT. seeks divorce. Bradford Count:, o'clock and al! ) will journey to I'nlutka
next four weekly Plaintiff. Vs. at 2:30: B. North ,
Kath. official seal Rertie p'hlpps MoDado Telegraph this Oralea tin H. W. Crrusey C. }
OF FLORIDA to! mv hand and I Do. u"rhet : meet the Merchants In the AzuluJowl.
Witness Jr., welcom-
Morris, whose residence Is: it Starke. Florida, this March 7th, Vllllam Edward McDade next issues.Witness mbers and visitors are : L. H. Kutch L. H. Hill and other .
f..ndAnt.Cal" my hand and offIcial Gaines .
prlng Street, Los according to L. M. "
1947. } A. j. Thomas,, Number 1\5\0.\ \ seal at Stark., Florida, this Marc oral[ citizens who though/ lack
(OFFICIAL SEAL OP' PUBLICATIONAND of the Other teams. to ho plnyeil In th"
it secretary-treasurer !
on ORDER 28 1947 neverthe-
to appear Court
are required said Inthe gullded tongue
named As Clerk of C. NOTIfB TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,, future the Kalrfield Inlependents I /
9. 1947 In the above Lucille C. Conner, D. Mr. Wll anlzatlnn.cores[ tear are In behalf of
By FLORIDA to: earnestly
Florida Na. STATE OF As Clerk of said Court. Ilellll spoke
and wherein plaintiff
divorce cause, Bradford County Lester tlonal M. Huffman Building JacksonvilleAttl ,, Ham Edward Mcrade Jr., clo MrUoulse py Lucille C. Conner, D. C. ( during last week's .1'.1 strong Jacksonvlllluh I keeping: Bradford County: among
Bank ,
StringIer Rout 1, Box Law Exchange Club.A .
iph shall publish this Order F. C. Durrance. as follows, : and the Alpine Dairy I
l were
1I'11L. of the
[ dry.
1-88' 4t 4-18 Qa. Bldg, Jacksonville, Fla. Ihu legions
.'... mv weekly hand. and official ?. for Plf. You are required to appear 011April Atty. for Plf. I-JS 4t 4-1 I II. Houston 23, 24. 49I good ham Is shaping up, and< The Dry's chairman Wilbur A.

Stnrke Florida this April BRADFORriCOUNTY. Ibi. 1947. In the above namej! I Overby 23, 25-00 laseball fans of Stark" are ask<"
::7 IN' CIRCUIT COURT.: Court and cause wherein plalntlf IN' CIRCUIT COVRT BRADFORICOUNTY. Scott, presided over the meeting.
ICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas FI.ORIDAI IN CHAN.: leeks divorce & restoration Countv Telegrapl of maid FLORIDA IN! CHAN. Melton 22, -22 to I back the club by attending every; Ue> stated he had seen the text',

"\\t of said Court 4'. RY. sn name Bradford CKRY. Shaw 21, 19 -40 possible Including the gem ,
M. Wheat. Plaintiff.' ball publish this order In next foul Richard' F. Kahn IL Itame; of the petition for a Bradford wet-
1'Ill 1 r D. C. Herschel tlffjeteVn .
Conner, DefendantC" : Blerkortti 1 : 19. 16 33 In Macclenn .
Wheat. Kahn, M. Gaines afternoon >
K Sklpp.r.! Williams Bid*. Ellen Watts weekly issues' off ida.. Kathleen Sunday election now being circulated
hlLnd and < try
No. 5Ua. Witness my dant. Case No. 6111. Jr. 21, 1839 will have to play awn;
>Forsyte;: Street Jacksonville ORDER': 011' PUBLICATION "cal at Starke Florida. this. Marc, ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND A. Bishop, The club among the county's electorate by
ndaM'1 TO APPEAR NOTICB!] TO APPEAR 16 -18 home the first four ganie.it .*.
ANO NOTICW I .s Flynn rom '
4-18 4t 5mcrrr -' Jr, "It petitions
EllerWitts M.
to FVc7iAL Thoma Kathleen N.
STATE' OF o if : 21, 21-- the hum diamond
;;;;nT. Wheat whose address Is II A. Clerk of Court Blerkortti Kahn, whose real, Mundy as soon as the honorable Hoard l of County t
fV FloilinAl BRADFORD IN' CHANR'lmanj Cambridge Road Blxhlll On Th, '1',. Frank Landrum.. Starke. Florida dene Is Unknown. Dowllng 7. 11 19/ I 1 put In shape there will be sev I' 2ommlHHloners to call an election
ii4t4IH 01 a
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Sea. Sussex. En *nd. Atty. for Plf. You are required to appear ik Dlnklna IT, 17 ral straight home games.'rincipal .
h are requIred. to appear 011 April 18. 194?. In the above namalourt I at their[ convenience to decide If
Plaintiff vs. Kat- You In the abovnamed I and cause, wherein plalntlf 11:. Clem H, 13 27
.'s'ss.n"Jmano Defendant CaseVUBLICATIOM May 11th.Court 1141.and cause. whereisDlalntlff IN' CIRCriT: FLORinAl CorRT. BRAnFORfCOUNTY. II' CIICN' seeks divorce. Bradford Count:! 22, 23 --411I he sale. of Intoxicating liquors,
"DEnF seeks divorce.' Bradford Telegraph shall publish this Ord, ry Overby Approved vines[ and beer shall be prohibited
shall publish. thuOrder CERT.dessa In next four weekly Issues. >. Odom 8. 8193Uon .
D Telegraph Stafford Plaintiff he told his
NOTICI': TO APPEAR Coun: y P. and official sea. In I Bradford County.
Issues. hand
four weekly Defendant Witness my 23 2245 I For Elementary
TP: In next W. Stafford.
OF :
FtORIPA to: NatRnJan hand and official I cone at Stark, Florida, this March It. l Lstuners.
i, ""4ios* wiealdenc* Is, Witness my this AprilolAL .I C"onDER5lOF Ut7. Wee Dampier 20, 20 I i iI
'\!"0, Jablonowo, Powlat Brod- seal at Stark.. Florida PUBLICATION TO APPBAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas'. I The trustees of the Rlarki T .1. Griffin retired Starke

,0' --.orsklfl\ Poland. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA to: o..orllf'( As Clerk of said Court. ''achool have recommended Mr. I railroad man recalled the days
are STATE .
I' .Jr9ul"<' to appear on C. Conner. D. C.R.
I*. ', In tie above named As Clerk of said Court. Worth Stafford. Central whose residence Y.M.C.A.. By. H. Duscan. (17 Lynch Building lister: Kenny"uning race OMborne for the position vf: hen Bradford County wr. wet. .

rlJ snj?.ram?- (wherelit Bradford plaintiff Conntj, ;:"nLU W..' le Muskeff.C. Conner. 1 Florida.Atty Corabam.I and Richmond address 19 Is Virginia.: 01 a Atty.Jacksonville for Plf.VIa .-.. 4t '-luusinvss To Park I, lementary[ principal of BUS torthe I When I came her. In IDOl" heaald ,

<,;fpjL .hall "P,i llsh this Ordsi. Bu lid In 11'. .Ta"k.onvllle 4.11 tt I..I You are required to appear 1947-48 school year. At a "Starke had two saloons

weekly Issues. for PIt. Carting Sunday recent meeting of the School, and later added a third. No one

'v. _....1 mA.5k men. inc I I Boar<1 the recommendation wall onnected, with[ them ever got

--Following the business) program new plant will manufacture ad. "SisterKenny.." the life storyof proved, Arthur R. McRae, coun- .head. In life. I know a lot ofnen -

Il'1\ck\ fund for school or the -The next regular meeting of Edward Charbonneau sang vertising displays from plastics the famed Australian nurse ty superintendent announced yesrday. who would be living todaynd I

;u54 Ux for old age pensIons, the Girl Scouts will be Wednesday "I Mrs.Love You Truly", "Ah sweetMyatel' and allied materials[ Han kin stat whose revolutionary treatment for who would have been a great \

Uonable or sane people must t afternoon at 4 o'clock In the of Life", and "Always". ed. infantile paralysis ha caused a The of the'school hereIn credit to the county and com- .
thaI we are almost *ur- Church street service center. She was) accompanied at the pianoby _Mr. Hai.kin has had 27 yearsof storm of controversy In this the country Park- recent years has. made the addition unity If It hadn't been for whlse I

"? by liquor experience In this line of work will be shown at he said. He deplored the,
stores and It UI Mrs. E. M. Davis. starting of a principal for the eleentary ke ,

20 J"nutes' drive[ to where Family Week To Be Mrs. Stump served the eighteen and stated that bIB connections Theatre for three days, Rosalind school desirable[ Mr. Mc.Rae umber of drunks killed On the I I

iw: buy any amount visitors present delirious all over the country should prove Sunday. Presenting IJH9Inclpal tllroads In the county In the old
you may members. and role this film stated. However, the
Observed Here refreshments of strawberry helpful [In establishing a worth Russell In the title cast [ will still have' general wet days and expressed his regrel -

want to whipped while enterprise here. boasts a strong supporting should< uch times recurr. I ;
also with[
protest any Family Week will beobserved shortcake. topped Dean Jagger and Alexander ipervlslon of the entire school. I
at Christian headed! by to hisudlence ,:
? this time and local Methodist cream and coffee.Singing Chairman Scott
In the Knox.
uk tht you refuse to pass May Recent BirthsLINDA that Instances had come ;
through and Thursdaythe
.I!), Church frcm May 4 Next Wednesday Presbyterian
wthorizlng[ the Conunis- Christian ConventionThe unusually I to his attention where person I :

:s aid' even 1 mill until 11. The marks be stressed of a in all KAY flOLTO.V f Park duo will of features team an In a double I The pastor's theme at the morn. Igned the wet-dry petition "bysunderstandlng r'I j
:* that borne will Mr. and Mrs. John G. Hoi tonof strong '
I" they have disposed Church's activities Bradford County Singing of "Somewhere In the Night" co [nil' worship[ In the First Pre by. I or mlsrepresenitlon. -
the bill.
of arrival
I' "'"key which can only phases Invited and urgedto Convention will conduct an all- ; Starke announce the John Hodlak[ lerlan Church will be "The Value I ." H* urged such persons to

I,me J by a ["SlMatlve act. and everyone I Is in the week's observance. day meeting Sunday with the Corinth a daughter, Linda Kay on April atari and ;the the new popular feminine discovery. ot the Difficult". In religion, a.w.11 c doubt [ Hospital.
you participate according 15 in the Alachua County Bradford County Dry "and
gentlemen have at Rising
Baptist Church Guild. On the same pro- as In other things of life theeaay ,
on Your Mrs. Hoi ton to the former Nancy aid to have theme '
this I will seek legal
week-end at announcement w.I
home that"Your the bt9..tway.
theme to an the technicolor way I IJI not always I I
the will be seen
sill I. In tune with Mis Annie[ Paul Jordan of Stark. gram !
if the
Id! above stated; and a. a soul and fur- week by A. D. Crosby president. "The Spanish Main"[ They very dlsclplln[ of alru,. I cancelled petition
presentatIon '*
[tlzena. home at 11 o'clock: ''comea before the Commissioner, ,1
and taxpayers, In the heart. The song fest begins ; with Paul Henrled, Maureen CX* 1'1. makes for ruggedneas, hariliss -
lantern ANN COJVNKBMr.
CBB504 nlshea a will .['EGO)
said. Th meeting was opened
dinner b.
and< the and [ and
morning and wholesomeness.
urge PM- visIted Slezak. ss,
crt be of Hara and Walter
thta home I Is and Mrs. Loran Conner
bilL w. bellev in every by the grounds. Every : School at 9:43 and closed with prayer.
''IIPriran Individual[ [ contacted be served on Stark announce the arrival of a For Its Friday and Saturday Sunday : a. m.

tlUe Way .,* life and the every workers during the week one I* welcomed. laughter Peggy A an. The child double feature (May 2. 3)) the Vounc People are Invited to at.land l'he Bradford County Dry willhold '

principle of majority Church great Mothers Connor Park will present Dick Powell In the> WestttiliMUr Fellowship a rally Tuesday night at 8 '
which close with a was born April 14. Mrs.
Sunday. May '''Y'. M. Walnwrlght of Talla- I Cornered" and Gilbert Roland In _eh Sunday evening at 0:30: 0'dock. clock: In the Brooker School .p
'5. let service on of the former Miss Dorothy Crewbyjf
M the Day the guest Mon'day ndltorlum, Scott stated
lblfleidto urge passage time children will be bap- haane wa Stark "RIding the California Trail. >
At that Walnwrlght Sr.
N. D.
received: Into bIB father,
County Farm Bur au. tlzed and '

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ewltemcnt around Cal Hazen, Dan Hicks, Vivian McRae,
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what with they B. C. Holtzendorf (Jr.), Florence .

these"club dinner days for Lake City McCulley Marian McRae, Lucille Official County Publication Established In 1837
McRae and Llnnle SIcCuIley In the

ay night, the Lions Clul role of chaperone Add sights - .._ _. ._ -- -. -- ----- T- .- -- .- ,
blowout next Monday for sore eyes: the lovely amaryl- VOLUMN SIM'V-NINE --STARKE, FLORIDA .'Rm.\\'. AFKIL. :23. IB47 NtJMHKK TUKNTYSKKNLions

r lie lilies at the P. .. .. ... .. ..
M. Barefoot -- -- -- -- --- -- --- -- -
Festival com -----
:May Day

the.,, May 2, and the Shrine home on Washington St. The jCandidates 5 New Members I

l8] ,Jn !May 3 -ThinS finest blossoming since the bulb CharterTo Vie I New Dog Licenses

| around to everything 1 T were set two years ago, Mrs,. Farm BureauTo Inducted In Rotary I

get,ui hoping Hear the old Pee Wee stamina Dur Guy Barefoot, now says dean. .of, Hear r men at that Illinois: John Be Presented Meet MonthlyAt For Honor of Five nl.'w., members received 1 lo- Now On Sale

!, m the Lions affaire Wesleyan University will portraythe the last meeting of thllradford pel pins and were Inducted Into ,

: ,im Itilt popular ex-Call- role of a Roman soldier in County. Farm Hurra.. the Rotary Club at the luncheon I

Jaxville Beachlte]) the original production of the It Ui-cKUMl to atuimlon th.. At Hall
i I\\ i Monday NightThe HUN Being May Queen; meeting Wednesday The new Rtarlans City j\-
'" be quite a figure In American Passion Play In Bloom- |,.>llry of weekly mot-ting In..
? Ington, Ill., April 30 This will i are: Ur. J. w. Knufma ,
ertainment world He'lfeatured the duration of the ,Htntnbrrr;;)'
In the Shrine be the 25th anniversary presentation Infant but fast growing '..'''....n. For an IniU.flnltu pet. 1 With the placing/ of ntlrncti' pastor of the First I'rPKbytl'rl| n City Clerk Carl Johns announced -

.J I when it comes here May of this world famous religious Lions Club of Starke will receive ItHl meetings" will lx held one... candidates/ In the field sponsor Church, Robert Jennings/ tag/ Iupector yesterday that the new dog

According to the program drama which lays claim to being Its Charter from Lions International a month on the first Friday I In, I by lending/ civic organization for Bradford, County; LiGreen licensee tags have just arrived and

'Ida'. do a between- the largest stage production In Headquarters lu Chicag each: month at the rourthoutuIt tho campaign for !May Queen got,
-g I under w"' In full force this wct'k. attorney and ltutnm..bl1edealer are now on sale dally at the City
called "Violin Virtuoso" the world during a gala, Charter dinner I i In was announced. The nee t y I
jni ; James Doavers. manage hill "Although the tags were
the part of Count the Woman's Club auditorium m''etlne11I be on !May 2 at i I 8 The crowning of the Queen by .
M. play Gnus. of the Tip Top grocery; and Dr, delayed< i| in arriving, the City
News leaks out that for here Monday Mayor A. Darby will climax
minder speakers night. '
In the m.
ladles man) p. .
II i A. Y. CovlriRton director of the Council has granted no extension
old graduation exercises were recently At 8 o'clock, over 130 the May Day Festival to be Itlven I
All his guest
piece ________ Bradford Health Department.The In the effective date of the ordinance -
'will looking forward to elected by the Senior Class including the local Lions their > 4Shrine on Friday. May 2, by the PTA
. be and all dogs will be expected
in his new rolesh The honored ones are Billy Edwards Lionesses as wives of member. for the purpose of raining funlls new members were received "
Pee Wee to wear tags after May I,
the club In brief
MinstrelSet for the teen-age recreational a
Doyle Conner Marian are appropriately dubbed men
conducted Mr Johns! stated I
Brown Jackie Hasklna, Charles bars from the Green Cove Spring gram. ceremony by PresideJ

-revolving around Mooney and Jeanette Gremer Lions Club, which Is sponsoring The candidates selected. and C. Hoover. Before licenses will be Issued! ,

Interest of the May Day Seems that E. W. Hayes is so the local group, and special guests For May 3Saturda.y. their sponsoring o r ganlxatlot It wan. announced that 1\IIas the dog owner must present a certificate
:ectlon showing that the dog has
Ann Wilt had been selected ..
Hear the Woman's busy assessing taxes these days are expected to be on hand for the are: iRotary's
been Inoculated. Licenses cost3t
Janet Anderson that he has little time to fish presentation Miss Janet Andernon -Woman' candidate In the I'TA,

candidate efficient, campaignr However with the wonderful reports Pee Wee Durden, of Jackson- May 3, will be a big Club. May Day Queen contest, and Lucian and the Is also standard$1 fee for !Inoculation '

.'very In the person of Pat Mc- coming in as to how well vile has consented to serve aa day for music and fun lovers In Miss Marian Brown- Junior Conner, chairman of th"
Chas A. states
committee outlined the Mayor Darby
and the Rotary Club start- they were biting he could standit master of ceremonies for the occasion < Starke and vicinity when the All- Woman's Club.
plans. that unlicensed dog found running
off to a no longer and a few morningsago and Is bringing with him .
Ann Wilt
entry Star Shrine Minstrels an annual Miss Selma Sapp America at large on the streets after I
but they he and son Enoa got up be- a select group of entertainers
tart Wednesday presentation of the Morocco Temple Legion. June 1 will be shot. Dogs bearIng -
votes were fore eday and hied to one of the guaranteed to make the evening'fun. '.
tell (how many Miss Ann Club. Prices license tags will be Impound
i in the ballot box) better lakes to try their luck . linger long in the minds of of Jacksonville will play a Miss. Idell Wilt-Rotary Landrum. Lion Berry ed.
other organizations are With E. W. rowing in about 10 'those attending. performance in the Us6 and -

.the active so the PTA should feet of water Enoa made a long A B. Baker, president of the torium at 8 j>. m. Club. Although the time for obtaining
in the boat). A I Voting will be curried on by; Remain Low licenses before the deadline I.brl..f Is
cast (standing
fun counting the do- up local Club and chairman of the
>t u >l A featured performer In the en dropping coins or bills In boxes the public Is urged to cooperate
2 Proud big one hit and Enos, "settingaclc" stated that the meal will
0" PeeWee
around May event rent edition Is Herbert A. ( that have been In with city officials In
placed ntrntegl
't that two of our local > got overbalanced and out be a full course turkey dinner ) Durden, a former Stark'' Flood of borrles' from Loulilan\ order that the "stray dog" nulsvunco
about town. Each ct1nt
Colson and Sylvia Into the lake he went, still holding with all the trimmings. Mn I
>i W Ite and now a resident of Jaelsonvllle And continued below-par qunllt; bo curbed
placed' In a blx will count one may j
low made the honor roll on to rod and reel With Janie Avery,. owner of the Aver, Beach. Mr. Durden of offerings here have held price

:eon for the winter quarter the help of his dad he climbed Inn, Is In charge of preparing and many friends. here will be inter vote.The ii la invited' to the down to around a $6.25: averag

,uerestlng news of another back into the boat and began serving the meal. eaUd In seeing him "do his stuff which public will tho fl'stlvalat for tho S.2SO crate marketed her Salvation ArmyTo

.-treelcr Just r e c elved: reeling! In his catch, finally getting Joseph A. Alvarez District I'both as a comedian and a singe supper 6:30: p m. In open the USO buildIng for $32,38033: since Thursday of I, Pick Up Salvage

Thorn has been electedm the fish to the boat, but the Lions Governor from Pensacoli The 1947 show boasts a caHt Bingo and other games will last week. Much fruit nrfotf..d'during
Fort Leavenworth big fellow (a 12 or 14-pounder) l full the week han. been Next Wednesday
of the will make actual presentation cf of 25, and is supported by a be featured during the evening.The past

i Rotary Club Con- went under the boat, broke the the Charter, which will be received orchestra selected from the. var festival dance will begin at classed as "overripe" with grow A Salvation Army truck from

ilions line and left for parts unknown on behalf of the local Club bIts ous musical' bodies within the 0:30: with the May Queen and her aria complaining that they canno lucksonvllle will bo In Starke
Enos says he didn't mind the president. Temple. From across the footlights obtain sufficient help to harveit
escort leading the grand march. text Wednesday afternoon to pIckup
-* tint warm. days are al- ducking so much, but hated to Baker was elected president of the audience here will live Since early In the present schor the fast-r1i'lInlng crop.an It ahouli donations of magtilnei. cloth-

sending the young folks lose the big one, and his brand the Starke Club at a special again the famous old minstrel be. t
B. Ora-
term social events, sponsored by; In& .and papers, Maj. W.
g off to the beaches new John Dllllnger meeting last Saturday afternooi days The cast, built around the the PTA have been held! In the Following Is the quantity shipped ham, from Salvation Army head-

b i those enjoying the sun'n' next He succeeds D. A.'Monteith, wh Morocco Chanters, Is compose former' USO building each Friday; and the average) price paid luarters at 21 East Church It

>. Jax Beach Sunday were So long See you In the was forced to resign due to movIng entirely of experienced singers and night, offering various recreational each day during the past week Ureet, Jacksonville announced

./ McRae (Jr.), Minnie Lou .' '., -Carolyn.I from Starke to Eustis earlle exponents of the burnt-cork art. facilities, games dancing Thurs", April 17. 300 crti. O $1 I 6 ;Wednesday. _

this month. James A. Lewis wa.i Paul Tanner, noted Jacksonville and refreshments Funds receive, Fri., Apr. 18, 674 rts: <&< $8.21S "Anyone wishing to donate

I named as the Club's Lion Tamer'' singer will thrill audiences with through the Festival will enabl Sat., Apr. 19, 1031 crts. $8,2: or clothing to j

m Bureau Protests Tax Increaseless I during the special session.In I his rendition of "Deep Purple'. these Friday night parties to be Mon., Apr 21, 1270 crts. tfj nagaclnvs the' ffa.lvauoArmy., papers please bringt I

k!. and other singers will rapge froi 1823 \ f '
new continued through the summer 5 -. '
the past,, ... to the Eplsoopllt .Canter, onZhuroh ,
members were recruited. Bake the sentimental to the, ,omitp jf '**. Tues, Apr.22: 1168 ortii. Si SO i .ttt! ,..Js v4)UrlM>.Arno4fy -< II)

County.Sells-Stored Liquor stated, bringing the, QJubsmenbershlp \ -. Tickets for the Mloatrel\ art moA w Skeet Club 'Member' ""Wefl. Ap, 33. .1B crU.'W.lfl. members,,of the gtarka Girt .
sale at all drug stores and the fruit f
to 34. A'lt"'h'i ember The poorest quality of taco Scouts before n..tWedlteaday"" t

f foraU (Joining before the Charter I I. Guidon Grill.CircUit. And Wives Enjoy lelllng from 14 to 'I) to cold pack Aajor.Graham urged.. He) stated f

Bradford County ] presented will be considered aa: Barbecue And Shoot >pe raters. hat .the, orgaalzaUon was very
Cirl Scouts Enjoy
j this week forwarded let tarter members of our Club," he Thus far this season around< rrateful to the local Girl Scoutsor

.j State Senator ,Charley E. Hike! To Kingsley ..ld. "v,' Court Members of the Starke GUI (4,111( crates of berries have been the part they played In col- t I

and Representative'N. D.) The Starke Lions Club holds Its : Club and their guests enjoyed narketed with an estimated return eating these items

hrght, Jr, now attending A'hike and day camp at Kings.. egular weekly meeting eacl I skeet shooting and barbecued flxl to growers of 1207,91700.

|dilative session in Talla ley Lake was enjoyed last Satur Monday night at 6:45: o'clock at Begins MondayThe Thursday afternoon of last week .

f'. advising the Bradford legps day by lIS'members of the Stark, he; Avery Inn., Primary objec an the club grounds south of Red Sox To Play Drys Told Names

that '90 percent of outembm Girl Scouts under the supervision even of the organization are civic Starke, opposite the Starke airport Vlay Be Removed t

disapprove and of the leader Mrs. Edward Burn. betterment and aid and assistance, Spring Term of Circuit Approximately 30 personswere Macclenny Sunday

r.: the action of the Board The group met at the Churcl to the blind.Ladies Court for Bradford County will present. From Wet Petition I ILs.'tey

|mtv I Commissioners v lipai'.ng street service center at 9 o'clock ;convene Monday morning, April During the skeet shooting aes-< The Starke Red, Box P"ebullClub mustered 50 cltl-
their sponsorship oPi '. and hiked more than 3 mile, get under way thU week,, only
a. m. Auxiliary 28, at 10 a. m. with Judge/ Johi don Bud Ovcrby, of Gnlnesvllle, one at a rally staged by the
1 bill which would author- towards the Lake on new Blan skeet shooting plaYing their first scheduled game
A. H. Murphree of GalnwBVlIliresldlng. 1947 Southeaaturn In the
(. sheriff to sell conlsoateiv ding road, and at this point all but Viet With Mrs. Stump champion, showed the locals the with Macclenny'
v Bored here." Copies, four of the weary group accepted art break- ifternoon. The schedule aim I
of the by
'liner point
Hter M. from entertained The following/ venire of j"rorllhall next Thursday I Ight at 8 o'clock. The crowd
written by W. a truck ride to the Lake Mm. F. F. Stump of GO.) ails for games
li secretary-treasurer oryiniration Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr. Just how members of the Ladle Auxiliary been drawn to serve at till ng The DO club out con.iui a shoot each tllli Waldo (there) and the fol-. lade up for Its smallness with

were sent to al1 much further the four hardy souls: ot the Presbyterian Church at the erm: afternoon on their swing Sunday, May 4, the Red' hljoCh enthusiasm, and gave a good
bnombers eveningt I Slaile J. A. J. McKinney, Thursday Palutka to and to T. J. Griffin, A. D. Mar-
Lester ,
of the Board .of hiked remains a mystery. vgular meeting Tuesday at 2:30: o'clock and all Sox will journey to ,
Commissioners.. Mrs. H eight o'clock at her home on I JI'., Cecil Crawford, Harry Stern grounds welcomed meet the Merchants- In the Azalea tin, S. W. Creuxey, C II. North, ,J
Burns' cottage and visitors are I
At the members
Hill and other
Lorenzo D. L., H. Futch, 1.. H. .
"d April 22, 19<11, the letters C. Brown and Mrs Marcus Brown Valnut St. J. Shipman Sapp : according to L. M. GaineR,, fowl I loca'' citizens who though lack-'
"'8 to the Bradford leglsla assisted Mrs Burns In preparing The hostess used arrangement Green, Claude Row, Harvey Starling olnt secretary-treasurer of the Other teams to bi played 'In th" : neverthe-
and ferns In dec- A. B. Whitehead, Zenas Zriffis InlC the gullded tongue\ ,
dated: lunch supervising the game: of roses phlox, rganlzntli ear future are the Fairfield Inependents of
floor of her ; J. K. Douglas, Newn Warren J",IHH. spoke earnestly In behalf
the lower Jncksnnvlllctub
} wish to advise that 90 per and water sports, boating, exploring rating Scores during l last week's ses- strong coping Bradford County among
this meeting. Vernon Slade, E. E. Norman Dairy) Club !
1,f our 350 members In thiI'M and trail making enjoyed by ome for Norman Ion were as fallows: and the Alpine the legions of the dry
the devotional Prevatt Leroy O.
Dickens R.; R ,
Mrs. May gave If. Houston 23, 2449 A good team Is shaping up, and
County Farm Bureau dlsT the girls.An H.
W Wilbur A.
C. chairman
which consisted ol L. D. Vlnlng U: D. Dyal, The Dry's ,
should 25, 25-00I. of Starkn! sire aik"'l
t and the action of award sympathy Bud Overby aseball fans
protest ]
I medi- J. F. Brannen Palmer Scntt over the meeting.
and olson, J. presided
I .aid. of County go to Joan Tenly Norma Canova onus", scripture, prayer Melton 22 -22 to back the club by attending every '
Newsom. he had seen the text
commlaslon-I taken fllliams, Berry Dyal, Perry He stated
Ruth Braden for offering ation. The quiz program 21, 19.40L. Including the gameunday
i April 7th In and Theda W. Shaw arne poHSible I
I auxiliary magazine."Outreach" C. L. Adklnson, Sinclair Mos. of f the petition for a Bradford wet-
victims the 35:
for 16
rom -- In Macclenny.
themselves as M. Gaines afternoon
yoU that they wished to discussed by all ley: Lester A. Crosby. M 1... Conner dry election now being circulated :
F aw thoh!! sponsorship of a first aid practice. Ann Johnidemonstrated was. W. H. Harrell, Russell Nor- H. A. BIshop, Jr. 21. 18 ..30Oeo. The club will have to play away along the county's doctorate byW.
best diving hose present.During 18, 16 the first four games,
":111 which the performance Flynn from home
| would authorize, the business session presided man, N. J. Davis J. A. ChesNer,,. M. Kdwards. Jr. "It petitions
f-riff to sell the confiscated while Nancy White and. the president Mrs. larence Moore J. D. Odom,, till Mundy 21. 21.42I'm. but as soon as the home diamond the honorable Board. of County f
displayed long persistence over by Dowling 7. 11 18 I.i i put In shape there will be sevral -
"y which Is stored here. W I Pauline Gay the report on the Inner Can kins, Harry H Lewis,, ummlHsloners to call an electiont
Kite 17 .
their diving lobert Monk Dinklns 17, straight home game
the Commissioners took In Improving Cove Springs Jeff Lewis t their convenience to decide Ifthe
In Green
'"on Florence Brown toot'top ;: Presbytery C. F:. Clem 14. 1327
without mature con- technique. Mrs sale of Intoxicating liquor.,
'. la..t Thursday was given 22, 23 45:
(tn and are not represents- honors In the sunburn department and Mrs. Caro Plans arry Overby 'rincipal Approved wine., and beer shall be prohibited
Duncan lankin 8-16
and K.: ,
r Haines J. D. Odom "
the Helen his
vast while he told
majority of our The auxiliary had In i Bradford County I
had handler 23, 22.4Pee For ElementaryThe
Beverly and Sharon Chadwell thlx Jew Plastic Plant T. Olson IlIIt"ner..
.eh there "all round" tans. Martha velve representatives Wee Dampier 20, 20 retired Stark. i ,
could. be nothingwith the best In Green Cove. trustees of the Starke T J Griffin
the ale of this whls"side Landrum assister In giving swimming meeting The members voted to give B. H. Hankln formerly technian howl have recommended Mrn. I railroad, man, recalled the) days

our county and the Instructions, and Mary Sue fifty cents a month per member with Florida Plastics Inc, Sister' Kenny"doming Orsce Onboine for the position of when Bradford County wra wet. I ; I

received for same put In Epperson and Nancy Dupre made Joan to 1 pay for the new refrigerator stated yesterday In that Starke he will In openhis the ; To Park II ementary principal of BUS forthe I Vhen I came here In lOOt" he 1

leral fund for use of the some weird explorations. In the manse. They also voted own plant 1947-48 school year. At a .ald I "Starkn had two saloon

purple of our county.; Smith and your humble scribe to i donate $20 to the restoration near future with the cooperation Starting Sunday"Sister recent meeting of the School and later added a third. No onennet'ted I '

I :uld in no way upset the took top honors In the shivering of several local business men. Thenew Board the recommendation was > with them ever got

r' here any more than therack department.The fund.Following the business program plant will manufacture ad Kenny," the life ..toryof proved, Arthur R. McRae counsuperintendent ahead In life. I know a lot of .
fund regular meeting of rtlslng displays from plastics 1 the famed Australian nurse f t',
for schools or the next Edward Charbonneau sang ty announced ye men who would be living today
'le tax for old Girl Scouts will be Wednes- Mra. Sweet and allied materials Haakln sUt- hose revolutionary treatment forfantlie would have been a gre.itedit
age pensions. the "I Love You Truly". "Ah terday. and who> r i
)s"sable or sane people must day afternoon at 4 o'clock In the of Life", and "Always". paralysis. has caused astorm of the'school hereIn to the county and corn- I.
ystery ed.J4r. The growth '
that we street service center Rankin has had 27 years of controversy In this couny been for whls-
are almost sur- Church She was accompanied at the piano recent has made the addition unity If It hadn't .
"d by In this iin. of workand will bo shown at the Park years ..
liquor stores and It Is Mrs. E. M. Davis. of experience of a principal for the ele ke}, he said. He deplored the .
20 minutes' To Be by stated that his connections icatre for three days, starting drunks killed on the '
drive to where Family Week Mrs. Stump served the eighteen Ro.allnd tntary school desirable, Mr. McRae number I
*i buy any amount you may embers and visitors present de- aU[ over the country should prove inday. Presenting stated. However the I11I3 llronds In the county In the old
Observed HereChristian of strawberry helpful In establishing a worth- Ruaull In the title role this wet days and expressed his regret -
.lous refreshments will still havegeneral<<
cast Inclpal
want to also with whipped whU. enterprise. here. boasts a strong supporting should such times recurr. t :!
protest any Family Week will be tortcake., topped Dean Jsgger and Alex-. pervlslon of the entire school. ;
reUe at this time and Methodist and coff.e.Singing headed by Chairman Scott stated ta his 'II'
sek In the local cream I Ito I- '
bserved Knox.
that you refuse to ecent Births antler that Instances had come ; .
P" May audience
through Thursday Church
!a> Church from May 4 Next Wednesday and resbyterian I I.Igned
; authorizing comimso I'
the Christian ) his attention where persons
S < The marks of a Park will team an unusually J n I
add| 11. LINU\. KAY IIOLTOV e the t
even 1 mill until all the wet-dry petition "byunderstanding
stressed in In a double )IbUi. Th.. pastor's theme at the mornworship !
be of
will .
G. Holton
that John
tome Mrs. rong
Mr. .
they ml n- : :
i have disposed activities, Bradford County Singing In the First Presbyl or repre,
Church's "Somewhere in the Night" co J :Ing
hUkey, phases of Starke announce the arrival of i icontact
which can only invited and urgedto invention will conduct an allday of John Hodiak terlan l Church will be "The Value tatlon.: He urged such persons to
J by a 'leglKlatlve and everyone is CorInth a daughter Linda Kay. en AprilIn .tan the popular other officials of I I
act. ob- with the / : him or I
r, in the week's meeting Sunday feminine discovery, ,[)f the Difficult". In religion, a.well
doubt the new
you gentlemen have participate Baptist Church at Rising ac- In the Alachua County Ho.pltal. and Guild On the same proeram as In other things of life, the I, tht Bradford County Dry. "and ;
YOUr lervance., thlaw.ek Mrs. Holton Is the formers Nancy aid to have theme '
weekends at home. that an announcement the beMtway. we I i will seek legal
to not
theme cording the technicolor I. ly way Is always
tnl as In tune with Annie Paul Jordan of Stark will be seen t! I: '' f I Icome.
M. above stated; and as a soul and fur- by A. D. Crosby president.e Spanish Main"th They very dlsclplln of strugJle -' cancelled if the petition i I <
"Tour home bps pre..ntaUon."Th. "
cltlzl'na, and at 11 o'clock before the Commissioners I I
taxpayers heart. felt begins Of' makes for hardl-
the Maureen i
c"IIImpnd lantern In e song >XJGY ANN CO. F.a Paul Henrlcd. I IHara .''
ilshes a will I
and and dinner Ite said. Th meeting was opened
urge the pas1 visited and morning and wholesoownens.Junda .
Sunday Slezak. I ne.i*,
of be Walter
Is to Loran Conner ofSt.rke and "
this ., home Mr. and Mrs !
WU ve in very by the grounds. Every- at 9:45 and closed with prayer,
man every Individual contacted be served on announce the arrival of adauchter. For its Friday and Saturday School : a m. ,
way of life and the week welcomed. : thePark I'. Invited to attend The Bradford County Drys willhold i
rah. Church workers during the on. is Peggy Ann. The cbJ1dwas double feature (May 2. 3) foung ople arc :. ,
Principle of majority Mothers'which a rally Tuesday night at 8 .
closes with a great born April 14. Mrs Comer wUl present Dick Powell In the Westminster Fellowshiph ,
Sunday, May lL W. M. Wainwright of Talla- .. bmered" and Gilbert Roland In I : Sunday evening at 0:30: o*. o.tlock: in the Brook.r School tP
M! .
on former Dorothy Crosby
let service the i'i'ditorlum
of I IbLe III
Si u* urge the Day the guest Monday ... Scott stated
1 > ." Passage children will be bap- &Mee was Starke. Iding the California Trail.. I clock.
tim f
It that received \into fattier I*. D. Wainwright Sr. I[)
ort1 and members .tF
County Farm Bureau. ilxed :
toe Church. _

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l 't 'i The were Early American toiletries were accompanied by Miss Betty guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A Mr. and Mrs. J. 0

Refreshments consisted of a frozen McRae of FSCW, Tallahassee, Bouvler, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bou- M. D. carter of RaniIaU.

One Woman' salad with coffee. who was their guest from Friday vIer, Jr., were on their return trip was the guest of M LakeI'\"
1M County Telegraph until Sunday. to their home In Miami from W. G. Stringfellow Sunday >

The Community Sunday School During the past week Mrs. W. Tallahassee and Louisiana.J. Mrs Dave Thornton
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNCN-EDITO. held an enjoyable picnic at Kings- H. Parker of Seville visited Mr. W. Williams and son. Pat, Dewey were dinner 1114
f.. OpinionBy ley Lake last afternoon. Bu*i fJ//
Publb.hNl Every Friday and Entered an Second Thursday and Mrs. Frank W. Lee for several left Sunday to visit relatives In and Mrs. Cecil Brllnnen
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Clagg days. Montgomery, Alabama, for a few Butler at noon "L
ClaM Matter at the Pont Office at Starke, Flo. Sunday,
and their baby son are now livingIn
Blllee ROM I
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews were days.Mr.
the home occupied by :Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner Sr.
those who called
among upon FOR
MEMBER"Subscription 7' 1947 Mrs. R. W. Brannen until their M-Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Griner,
Maybe you don't like double and Mrs. Jim Adkins In Hampton
recent move Into the lower apart- Martin Griner, III, SOUfTSTfiL.alotabs
feature films and consequently! Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.Adklns' Jr., and spent
$!8 Annually '1.10 For Six Month. ment of the house in which Jim 'I Saturday night and Sunday with TAKE .
i didn't see "The Creeper" in the "at home" was on the occasion -
Ritch lives. Mr. and Mrs. Clagg .
j friends In Tampa.Mr.
movie at one of our Call Street of their golden wedding an-
formerly lived In Starke. O. Randall Jr.:
theatres last weekend. If you did niversary.Mrs. and Mrs. J. ,
NATIONAL FAMILY WEEK happen to see it, you doubtless Friends of Mr. and Mrs John AI Rogers and (daughter, I and children, John III, and Joan,
Walker regret the serious Injury '>f Jacksonville spent Sunday with DUB TO CONSTIPAt .
Government statistics,showing; that rural areas have shuddered at the twisted feature Lavonla. of West Palm Beach IUN U5AS
only one divorce per 100 population while cities show one of Rondo flatten who plays the that their son, John Henry Walkerof were with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .
Starke, sustained in a motorcycle --
part of.the Creeper. The fIrst ====
divorce per 56 population, resulting: in thousands of broken accident last Dugger for several days last week I
time I saw one of his pictures I before going on to complete a
families each again demonstrates the basic contribu-
wondered how a man could! Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and daughters
pos two weeks' visit with other rela-
tion of town and communities to the home life ot
country nibly have been born like that. and Mrs J. B. Caldwell attended tives in this section of the.State.
the nation. The contour of his face wso the reunion of the Mack
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thorntonwere
Building of strong homes based on spiritual foundations distorted that It gave a first Impression family at the home of Mr and
hosts at dinner Saturday
has become a great concern to major religious faiths of the of hideous ugliness. Bu Mrs. A. G. Yongue In Fairfield evening entertaining Mr. and Mrs.,

,, '/ ttI d nation. This is revealed in plans made by an interfaith committee perhaps I can tell you something Sunday. Mrs. Yongue and, Mrs.J. J. C. Kitchens and family of Orlando CARPENTER'SYour
about Rondo Hatten that will G. Caldwell are sisters and the
Protestant Catholic and Jewish faiths
I' representing Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brannen
make look at him In different of the their
you a scene reunion was
arranging the 1917! observance of National Family Week, and Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Carroll
light. I was shocked whenI childhood home
May 4-11, in churches and synagogues. I and family of Lake Butler, Mr.
looked like that
learned that he
National Family Week emphasizes the ethical and bocauae of Injuries received in I Mrs. Bob Barkley of Newburg, and Mrs. L. L. Thornton and fam- REXALL Drug Store

spiritual foundations of family life. Love and honor find World War I. N. Y., Is the guest of her par- ily of Archer and Mra. Emory "
ents Mr. and Mrs. W. G. String-
Townsend of Raiford. PHONE 64
foundations; virtue draws its inspiration; character, nobility, My Informant told me that Ron- fellow. Mrs. Barkley arrived In
strength and honesty all find roots in the home. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Gaylord of t
courage, do Hatten was gassed, resulting In Jacksonville by plane Friday and
Declaring that "it Is out of the family of today that later year In c. serious bone dls was met at the airport by her little ,Palatka spent Sunday with Mr.

the world of tomorrow must inevitably came," sponsors ease. A* I understand It, the daughter Margot Mr. and and Mrs. C. H. Walnwright.
the week Mr.
''t of National Family Week maintain that "it is through a bones seemed to swell and in Mrs. Stringfellow and Miss Melba During past
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Jr., and their
f home environment of religious faith and good will that the some way were filled with water. Etrlngfellcw. Johnnie, were overnight
: children of today- will become competent citizens of tomorrow It destroyed his once handsome Mrs. Turner Spence and little son
pt ." appearance and he had to undergo daughter. Nancy, and Mrs. T. A.

National Family Week I many operations during which Wicker and little daughter, Dianne -
Churches and during
synagogues sheep bones were used to replace arrived
of Atlanta Georgia
will feature the significance of religion in the family through
M iln own. was even Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. L.
sermons, worship, classes and special programs, seeking to during the making of his pictureshe A. Shepherd. Accompanied by I tl

strengthen the spiritual foundation of the home. was in continuous torture, the their visitors Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd -

paIn was so severe. Perhaps that spent Friday and SaturdayIn I
accounts for there. being so little Crescent City and Daytona

expression on his face. with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Richatd-
IOOO.Miles ?
Driven ... ..__
This Is about all I know except Bon- and Mr. and airs. B. J. Wllllama

that at one time he was a cub respectively. "lrFe
1'i' ET reporter on the Tampa Tribuneand I Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Tur- r.
r j Pure-Sure Lubrication! he is said to have one of the ney and their young daughters OUR PRICES ARE LOW

most beautiful women in Hollywood 1 Joanna and Margaret, of Jacksonville .

as a wife and that she was were supper guests of !Mr. BECAUSE
Wain wri ght's completely devoted to him and! and Mrs. C. M. Turney Wednes-

never left him for a minute and day.Mr. Chas. C.
PURE OIL SERVICE STATION loved him very dearly.To and Mrs. J. L. Williams and
+ ,q i4 me this added a new light Mrs. J. C. Williams visited Mrs. J. ShepherdAt THE BEST IS CHEAPEST

Temple Avenue and Pratt Street tit this character that stalled a- B. Segree in Macclenny Sunday.

cross the screen and froze moviegoers Accompanied by her little niece Gay's Service Station ALWAYS
1. 'p a [ to their seats. Now I see Linda Cooper of Gainesville, Mrs.

its pictures with a new outlook J. M. Hembree visited Mr J. F.
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and admiration for this man who Williams and Mr. and Mrs. C. W.

at one time was as fine a looking Norton in Wewahltchka from

i' From where I sit'..../ Joe Marsh man as any, and who had been Wednesday until Sunday.
/ ,
Mrs. J. A.
Mr. and
forced to endure such misery. His Sightseeing Trips .
_ _ _ _ I
F sited( Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRaeIn
r ugliness was caused by pain and
McIntosh and Mr. and Mrs. P. Charter Trips .
sickness, and yet to those who "Save
"As Homelike know of hIm he gives new courage K. Richardson In Evlnston last Passenger Trips Money"Licensed
to face life with thankfulness.A weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier

d, rl 1 As a Barn" year ago Rondo Hatten dIedas .
he lived-painfully. And so
the "Creeper", I suppose, died
Cf lUrtman anally got lib new hanging from.th.' afUr.J make within him but I admire him for CAMP BLANDING AND of. ,.,.. .fJ
t, barD painted, bat plenty of folk shift table spread .h.ay with. all that he did do, and now when KINGSLEY LAKE $2.25

{ had a h.nd la It. Whenever a one* food and Ed Cares fiddle pta TIng I nee him In hU last picture I r
E t one got a free day,or a little extra while the folk enjoyed their! Ilihall not be shocked at him, but a c r

I I tine, they'd come over and help beer oat with paint and brash. hospitable-looking place! I- fine and courages man. s
I 1 am glad that his suffering Is'over The Air $1 and up
/1'tion: Cy, to show his appr cl.. From where I alt It's Just about now, and that he shall find

held a big "barn warming; aa appropriate) to have" a barnSaturd.lor peace and rest In the Great Beyond i .

: all the folks who'd warming M a hoasewarming .. where the angels look at
helped him (but not barring those It only'because it'.another chance you In tenderness and see not the ALL MAKES

who couldn't). Ma Hartman supplied target neighbors together In a ugliness, but only the beauty In Conway Airpark

sandwiches, and, Cy rolled spirit of good fellowihip.Copyright your heart. Work Guaranteed Druggist
out a mellow keg of beer. LACY CONWAY
. . . Quick ServiceEASTERN
You'd barn fJt
} never think of a ss (A. ./J R. M. STUART
; j + "homelike.But.with tholl.l.ntr...* ;'.. C/' AUTO
'*' "",,100' State Farm SUPPLY Commercial FlightInstructors ,

' { Ily Mra. Bryan WhltfleMIKIIHIK
l ,1017, United Stares Brewer FoundationGreen's e e . . STARKE FLA.

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Spring flowers of unusual beauty
4 were noted In the living and dinIng -
Grocery .
rooms of the home of :Mrs
J .1. C. Wallace when she entertained -
J'L the State Farm Bridge Club
: SPECIALS last Wednesday afternoon.

yt h WE DELIVER TELEPHONE 86 Juice Between was served progressions to ,the contract orange Between innings

players. High and second high _

prize winners In this game were,
Lif respectively. Mrs. J. G. Godwin
; i' Best Grade-Skinless and Mrs. C. M. Turney.

Bingo was played after the arrival have a Coke
35c of the tea guests, Mrs. Jack .
WEINERS Ib. Freeman Mrs. Martin Griner. Jr.,
and Mr H. W. ROSB. In club
bingo Mrs. R. p. Stubbins wan
the holder of the lucky card while
',. '" Airs. Bryan Whitfield was winner
, M-I-L-K among the guests. All ,the prizes ". ." .

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is left of the football team to all break up a dog fight on the steps" has her home In the WaMorf As Ing English at the I
the Junior girls who University of for Charles Frailer, the president
want football
.H.S. School Journal hero. a of the White House He succeeded.Leslie toria. Georgia.

I, Mary Weldon leave with Bradley and Hilly Mile Esther EiiitUxh Walker Is acting Another famed old classmate ls'> vicepresident.I
my were In a contest to determine
brother Steve secretary for her husband who Is Doyle Ilitren, now commander-Ill-. A painting by a well
which is the best trumpet player president of Walker's Weary Walter chief of the Annapolis Naval artist, Miss. (>.ta la. Qns ett known'J, re- I J
BHOFOKD HIGH my dancing talents to Sharon I. Billy Miles. leave my many Leslie Billy, or Harry James. Service. Acadenii, gently sold in New York for $100

SCHOOL NEWS Hall.I. girl friends to \B. W. Hodges, Pauline Brannen. on preventing Mildred Edward. is well paid as Mary Pencil hits, been" named 000.

Doyle Conner, leave my presIdency I, Frances Taylor, leave my tall, another train wreck by her efficient personal secretary to the noted "Cover Girl" of tho year, by Wilbur Noel la building
Edltor-ln-Chlef.; ) to the next best man. stately heIght to Velelta Hodges. telegraph operating, at last lawyer, Charles Knight. She gained (Charta. I. Wiggins president of mansion after making millions a new r

Jackie Hasklns I, Esther Walker, leave my abilIty I, Steve ""Wrldon leave before I received recognition from the this position through her typ Chicago Models' School. with the discovery of Leroy Nor-
to snag a husband to Helen own the building by virtue of the president of the railroad, Morris ing speed, which Is wonderful at Merry U'Inkier Is doing a thriving manA hair restorer I
Society. Editor, Adkins. Homestead Act Kelly ITS: words per minute. business In her new record
I, Melba Virginia Itjlngtw has found ,t. shop "Th Inlermellro". Samuel Kenfroe. Latin instructor
Marlon Brown I, Morris Kelley, leave Strlngfellow leave my C. GrlfTN, very successful as at the
blonde hair my natural striking beauty to Sally AmDroae.. fame at a model and has signed an aviator, has had his first crash Milton Norman III 1 having loads University of Illinois,
Sports Editor Cousins. curly to Ernie I, William Wolfe, leave my: tallness her name on the dotted line of her and was duly repaired by Dr of luck with his new Invention for sprained a gutter his ankle while by stepping into 1
Steve Weldon to M. L. Johns movie contract with the Crotny-. \\' Fndorlck.Marlon housewives, a fNh-cleatier. reading "Rise
I, Evelyn Grlffla, leave my abll- I, Jeanette Oremer leave my Douglas, Studio, the producers being Manning won the mo- Margaret Ki-dillih. the editor of and Fall of the Siamese Empire".
Student Advisor llly to reach all the high notes In ability to get along so well with our old friends Stanley and torcycle race at Daytona Beach and Vogue has many new styles In Henry: :MIUWHM. has discovered
Blanchard Law Glee Club to Eva Mae Trlsel. the boys to Josephine Johns.I Francis. Lowell. will now go on to greater honors her latest book' something new In Ice cream flavor -

I, Charlie Frazier, leave my Basil Davis, leave my abil Dellmrt Crews, well known certified Billy Edward. Is captain of the Mary Id-Hi Smart< la designingnew --Ultra Violating;
athletic walk to Clemet! Ralley. ity to carve on school desks to public accountant, has a the Celtic Basketball Team. huts thai really keep up with Omllnu Ilarcelo U a missionary
t Will And I, Ruby Green, leave my ability N Q. Hayes problem client, Maxle Carter Herbert Flllyaw is found to be the mnile. Her latest consists of I' In Cuba (tc'"
to find duties outside of school to I, Martha Sargent, leave my love owner of the Santa Anita Race busy raising baby rhlcks. a helicopter that really flys wht'n' I visited the University of California !
stament, Seniors Mariam Hornsby.I. for singing to Carolyn Colson. : Track. Jimmy Gmluln was recently you move around, last summer on my Vaca- J

Of 1947 Charles Wiggins, leave my I. B C. Holtzendorf/ leave my I Doyle Connor our present sec promoted to the position of superintendent Marian Hafune hat her own tion and who should I run into but I
place as the only boy In shorthand ability to skip school to Jack Hall' retary of Agriculture has now warden of Alcatras. beauty shop, after going to schoolto :Marian llrovtn, who Is touching I
Seniors of 1947, being class to Al Stefanelll.I (If he needs it!) opened a new business on the Jackie Honkln finally found learn the fine art of hairdressing l English.Klmer. I
P, the Bertie r. side, Conner's Corn Corp. success with her old maids' On her opening day she received -
I questionable character and Morgan, leave my ability Merry Winkler, leave my ability home I : John la the Speaker of
I.do ordain this our last Will to control at least part of to make "A's" In Mr. Law's Doyle Crew, popular editor-in- for bachelors, with the assistance many beautiful flowers of the House of Representatives In
I Testament, before we departthe the Lawtey bunch to Estell Bennett English class to Margaret McKinney chief of the Progressive Farmer.Is of Juno Hall, who li' manager. congratulations from !SelniM Kunleit : I Congress I
:\ holding stock In the Iloltwn-' Martha Stewart hits been ac- Mao, who owns Ye Old Florist
.enfolding enclosures of Dotty Home Is
one of the few
I, W H. I, dorf Happy Hatchery Co., of which claimed as the number Shop.Oletha I
jiford High School.the Hayes, leave my graceful Marlon Manning, leave my Interest one pop- 'of our former classmates who
figure to Eldridge Hayes In talking (especially during the president is none other than ular singer of 1947 She won this Thomas has a very good. 'atlll free and, happy. Is.
incoming Senior Class I II. C. vote for her wonderful position as the new secretary of Congralulalions
Beatrice Edwards, leave my typing period) to Kathrlne adaptation ,
Lave ,our two checker boards, reputation as the Beall. Everett Crew Is now holdingthe of the song, "''Shanty Town." lt. C. Parker, well known crijninologlsl. you lucky girl.
[ to last inven- outstanding representative \KiteM/ Lewis. attended. t
according world's champion title for ).. her the Massey
from Lawtey to Carolyn I, Virginia Byington, leave ryeldon opened new
only five checkers could ba Prevatt. many hair-do's to Marie Roberts my middleweight boxing and is assisting dress! shop, and says she plan If you want to learn the scales. Business College and has taken I i

[,d.! Also, you may have our I, J. C. Griffls, leave my quiet I, Onidlna Barcelo, leave Charles Atlas In Ma spare to specialize !In large sizes.Steve just go over to Joyce Monre'nstudio It .over. It It noW' the Lewis
my reputation Business
privileges, namely the right ways to Dick Clap.I as the friendliest time. "'..Id..n has' gained quite a of voice, Miss Moore had College for Young Ladles. ,

t.ilk and eat up town If you Virginia Engram, leave my the campus to who girl on _.Marlljn Crosby hated leaving I reputation as a man about town, retired from opera.In Huby Jrec-n has settled, down tu t
'are, and to walk out of as- Interest in school to Mary Allen. live up to it. anyone can Bradford no badly, that she has ;and Is seen with a new young lady case you need a loan, just go take care of her husband and t r
jy! first. returned to teach chemistry 'every to the Bank of America: and ask three !olds.
I, Wilbur Neel, leave my placeIn I, June Hall, leave my quiet, night.
the Incoming Juniors, we the Senior Class to my "dear" unassuming and dignified ways to Bobby l)jal opened his chain ofgrocery ..EllzIIH.thnn lawsuit. raises <
the thrill of being chosenrYe sister, Inez.I Audrey, Prevail. stores the other day. He the finebt horses around these aa- I

at the annual Junior-Sen. ,, Dorothy Johns, leave my I, Louise Kelley leave" my abilIty has been preparing them for sometime parts.and one, named Lizzie, Jr., INTEGRITYof I
Dianquct Also our peculiar inIt streamlined figure to Betty Wolf. to love and be loved to Edith won the Grand National
and delight in studying, I, Barney McRae, leave my dark Manning. Beatrice Kdvtanl: has finally opened Dorothy Johns. caught a criminal cun.luct and dealing! ( with btttvrthoii Cry

Vlally homework. wavy hair to Lee Taylor. I, Leslie Bradley, leave my place her dance studio with the and received the $10,01\0 re jlilfulnc-i' / ar(d rron'omy in all nor
the Incoming Freshmen, we I, Elizabeth Ann Lawson, leave as the most outstanding trumpet help of her able assistant, BartleMorgan ward. She Is head of the police gfrvinqthe'; m a rl the trputabte/
l-gly give our sympathy when my outstanding appearance in player In the band to Joe Mon-\ whose sister, Dorothy women's Division In New York. quality!; of this ai/i/, A/JOU'/J punt.DEWITT .
tart on Caesar and Shake. boots and riding pants, and my teith. Morgan, plays the J piano We don't have to tell you what

Ire You are also requested to ability to ride a horse to Betty I, Samuel Renfroe leave my l.u Edwards was quite a success I news commentator Hurley Is -,1
" on her opening nigh at the hear ... (.,
.-s the Seniors as "Sir" and Sue Sexton. school girl complexion to Julian you every .
im I, Herbert Flllyaw, leave my Green.I Metropolitan Opera. House on station W-I-N-D. Incidentally! ,
the faculty we leave our cheer-leading ability to Rex Brook. Jimmy Godwin, leave my position Charles Mooni-j la now playing he has been awarded, the United C. JONESAMnur.ANC1C
professional football for the Chi Press uward.
IK But Not Forgotten" spirit. as football captain to Hilly
I better classes In the fulure. Ins.I, Selma Mae Eunice leave my Smith.I cago Bears. Unrlll'YIc'lea.! .., we find Is now, SEUVICB3 r
Ir bequeaths as individuals are natural red hair to Joyce Ward. Oletha Thomas! leave my Melba Stringfellow| has a repu- mayor of our dear old home town Funeral Director
tation as a social butterfly of theseason The who's been out
gal tinning
'lows" I, Charles Knight, leave my sweet personality to Elizabeth STARKB. PHONE T
due to her love for excitement those rambunctious
|Lucille Alvarez, leave my Job handsome features to Cecil Davis.I Griffls.! gown crea-
and adventure. tions, which be 'chased atSak'M
"e library to Mildred Thomas. Joyce Moore, leave my Job I, Robert Conway, leave my ability may pin Our total I funeral home enable m to
Harold Johnson performed hisfirst Pith Avenue, Is other
I Maxle Carter, Jr., leave my as treasurer of the band to Billy to keep secrets to Dorothy none offer convrniance; and icrvi'cei:; not
embalming job after which than PrunrlN. lor.
our own Taj
e-go-lucky ways to Edward McCall. Thompson.I '}t her wise available.
the Rev. M Illiaiu Wolfe. pastor of We reud that 11.111 1'iitlM( N. the ,
I, Doyle,; Crews, leave my placeas Dorothy Morgan, leave my
the First Methodist Church, conducted bend' of the construction ,
IM.lclred, Edwards leave myv substitute Ag. teacher to Mau- love for hill-billy music to Jean- company We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices t the final rites, for an old which Is building the new San
tc get out of Mr. Law'sish rice Edwards.Jr.I. ette Priest. friend San \Kranclaco Bridge. ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY com) i4
| class to Lucia Mae Bariclbcrt Jackie Haskins, leave my editorship I, Dale Cherry, leave ability
my Evelyn 4>rlfTi". Is very successful \"IrglnllF.nlnllu seems to behaving perry as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
of the Journal to anyone to at all times be a careful driverto carries no obligation.
as a clothes designer, as she now the time of her life leach-
Crews leave my abll- who will have )II. Ernest Wells.

"o go steady with one girl to I, Stanley Crosby, leave my I, Margaret Reddish, leave my --- -..---..---.- .
Ray, 1 likeable ways to RonnJiL], Griff is. love for "boys" to Margie Manlre. :- I
fivadn' Gnssetl, leave my neat. I, Lu Edwards leave my contagious 'I, Harold Johnson, leave the .. .1'
| to :Mildred Mann. I II laugh to Helen Stewart. privilege of being they. dignified 1# t.. I

I I, Dot Anderson, bequea-h. I.tMarlaa Rafuae. leave what senior boy to 'IJayl 'Cartova.
I, Billy Edwards leaveirmy outstanding ?
<_ .. _L..u._ __.__. L, fFI :
aouuy in nuaneiuuji ,;< I
Mitchell Brown. I

I, Warren Frederick, leave my
i1W4YA4&eiiiciFRIDAY unseen appearance to Blanche
Nazworth.I : I I

Elmer Johns' Ipave my job r
as president of the Ag. Dept. tRoy

5I>EIj\1 Ray.I !
Agnes Lewis, leave my slim I
figure to Ruby Ricks. I
& SATURDAY APRIl. 25th 26th I, Mary Belle Smart, leave my
loud talking to Frank Morgan. j jr

ISAPP'Sp STARLINGS'STORE I, Everett Padgett, leave my In. IiA.mhIIckbmeijH0 :
terest In school'to Buddy Faxon

I, Buck Norman, leave my Jealous .
ways to Billy Smith.I .
S E GROCERY Pauline Brannen, l leave my
outstanding record to Marie Me

1600 E. 10th St. _' Last Store E. Call St. Kinney.I. Lowell Douglas, leave my /J .1 / I.

> r.j f f fff +j-rr m rf-r-rff first name Francis, to Alice Hoi. J

KIXGAN'S I'URE MAXWELL HOUSELARD ten 6 /&Y/iC a jr 1'!, 1;
r, Harvene Wallerson, leave my
ease for learning to Helen White 4 .
head. 1.,'

COFFEE33c I, Al Harley, leave my seats I In i / dew YOUR OLD TRUCK may have to last you a
Mr Law's English classes to Ona '
Demorest. tW) d'l c y-- little longer To keep It working efficiently, f ,

Lb. Lb. Pkg. 48c I, Marilyn Crosby, leave my r ( profitably. -bring it "back home": to us for j,

cute ways' to Agnes Crosby. Genuine Ford Service better four ways. ;:' ,
I, Leroy Norman, Jr., leave my; I I II.
. .. l"
driver's sent In the Hellbronn bus I. I
Factory-trained mechanics
to Rudolph Sapp. t"I :
ALL SWEET Dallard's SelfRisingOLEO I, Everett Crews leave my likeable d I 2. Special Ford equipment tj I

personality. to Spike Vance.I 3. Ford-approved methods : !
Marian Brown, leave my abll. fI j "
4. Genuine Ford Truck Parts .i-
Ity to look like "us" to Ann Wilt. f '. <
I. Gene Andrews, leave my ability ,-
to get along with others to< 1" II Ii FOR YOUR NEW TRUCK, pick the make i: ,

Annette Gunner.I that's built to last longer-pick Ford I Yes,the i ;; I''

Lb. 25 Pound 2.33 Doyle Hazen, leave my peculiar 11 records show Ford Trucks last longer. The av- .%; G.,t
Interest' in studying to Odessa
Bag Thomas.I. c' r erage age of all Ford Trucks now in use Is :1'

Harvene Watterson, leave- nearly 9 years! What's more, 7 Out of every : I I
Amen! ___ r yr 11 Ford Trucks built since 1928 are still on 1
I, Lucille Edwards, leave my ,, J"
BABY LIMAIBEANS BEEF "Good Housekeeping" magazinesto v- the fob I Today's new Ford Trucks are better : r\:\ '

than ever, with 32 great engineering advancements ;
Selma Sapp.I
Bobby Dyal leave the polite for more ruggedness: more econ f ;: : r

TRIPE44c way In which I treat girls to all omy, more on-the-job performance. See your t ij. ; I '

the Junior boys. Ford Dealer today.."first-come-first-served" r .
We, Betty Horne and, Marilyn FORD F

33c 44c Can :Testament Crosby leave to Bobby the last Frazier.Will and ,,.. on deliveries-the only fair-play way. I" 'f'' I ,

TWO TALL No. 1 IRISH the Class new on ProphecyWhile airplane a world-wldo, which! tour run on In LAST LONGER !

atomic pills until the plane falls ;

MILK25c we gathered the followingnformation :
Potatoes i about our formerlaim j

: mates. ,
Alvarez has. Just been
5 Lbs. 19c voted the leading hair stylist of ESTIMATES ON SERVICE FREE ,
the year. She Is now under contract *

e and with the hair Warner! styles Brothers of the famous torranJl'e JJSE OUR BUDGET PLAN, ';
wish friends
thank ,
to our many stars, such as lIar".n.'st.- I

omers for their wonderful patronage tenon and LnulM Krlly.W .
t spotted Dorothy Anderson
both our sotres. who .U now singing lullabies to ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

Starling. her fifth daufhUr.W ;
Joe S. and Volley L. caught a glimpse of V

graaunsrt OMM Andrew ConP 118 Starke,.Fla.

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if! SOCIETY and CLUBS ,Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins Celebrate Golden Crawford-McRae Friday mother, Mrs.afternoon S. A. Weldon when her en- brance Prizes of were the party awarded .

Wedding Anniversary At Hampton Home Marriage Announced tertained at a delightful children'sparty afternoon to the Jfe
H "pinning the tall ,, alt?\*
at their home on Walnut St. n .
E. McRae del
Mr. and Mrs. Barney
HarrisThomasW. Miss Sapp To Wed 3 announce the marriage of their The young folk we're entertainedon For refreshment contests

Richard Ray 1LI daughter, Elizabeth Mae (Betty), the lawn, Mrs. Weldon being her little guests were Martha,.,J&,,
the my\ ,
O. Thomas announces to Francis Marlon Crawford, son assisted in entertaining by her to the dining room S

marriage of his slater, Gussle Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, of at Mrs. Julia Crews, also of this daughter, Mary, Miss Kate Struth birthday cake and ice where
Harris Tuesday, city. The wedding took place in little Rose Duncan. served. The cream 11I1'
Mae to John on Starke, announce the engagement and Margaret cake wa
April 15, In Monlac, Ga. The |and approaching marriage of Folkston, Ga., on October 7. During the afternoon the little white and decorated m pink red.! '
I brlde'a two brothers, W. O. Jr.. Mrs. Crawford is a graduateof honoree presented Miss Struth, five burning pink candle
Selma Lorlane, to
and Edward Thomas, witnessed their daughter DES in the class of 1945 and her Sunday School teacher, witha colored hata were given
the ceremony. Vernon Richard Ray, son of Mrs. has been employed in clerical box of candy, a gift of remem- for the afternoon. an !in.'
Irene Drake, of this city. The work In connection with the sale
.. ,
W. P. Smith spent Saturday wedding will be solemnized July of surplus materials at Cajnp I or I '_.
night and Sunday In Palatka I Bland Ing.
visiting; his son-in-law and daughter SA'r Mr. Crawford attended BHS before -
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe Miss Sapp attend Bradford serving overseas in the arm ATTENTION

al who returned to Starke with Mr. High School. SA'x id forces. He has been an employee -
Smith to spend Sunday. Mr. Ray was graduated from of Quigley & Davis for a 1
BHS and Is an employee of the 1i
a number of years i
k rt Gulf Refining Co. The young :
couple plan to make their homeIn Garages

; Give MOTHERThe Starke after their marriage. I __ -tJ Birthday Party

For Martha WeldonLittle 1
Gift WaldaOES NoticeThe

.E .I.It Martha Weldon celebrated and Filling Stations
She'd Rather Have Waldo Chapter OE3 will In- g Xm, I"'j' 4 her fifth birthday anniversary !,
stall officers at a regular meetingof
the Chapter tonight (Friday) i
I at 8 o'clock. Members are requested We Are Pleased To Announce

to atend, and visiting D .Bac That We Now Have A Truck
members are welcome.-Mrs. Martha '

Strickland, W. M.; Miss Lou- irl STARKE FL':. Which Calls On ''The Trade In

\\mi ise Raulernon, Sec'y. ..1 w 4r This Area

w .! 4 I, Sunday Monday Tuesday

LADIES April 27 29

A C Sparkplugs,& Fuel Pumps
CLEANTHEM "Sister Kenny"Rosalind Dupont Chemicals

; YOUR PORTRAITThere .....-. ....- --,..--
Russell Alexander
The country home of Mr. and friends calling, out of town guests Knox Dean Jagger Radiator CleanerWeatherhead

Is Still Time to Have Mrs. James E. Adkins in East Included: Mr. and Mrs. Paul How Also Comedy: News \

1 Portraits Finished by May ''', r Hampton presented a scene of unusual ard, Shirley and Joe Howard, JohnP. Fittingsand

11th If You See Us WithIn beauty and dignity last Sunday Howard, Jessie Mae Clifford, Wednesday' Thursday April
when five generations of the Other Items
la 80 May 1 Many
t the Next Few Days.
Adklna family gathered at the Alma Williams, Mr. and Mrs. .
homestead to honor the fiftieth Fans Williams Mrs. Emma Carle-
A SHOE SHINE ton, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Furman,
< We Also Have a Beautiful wedding anniversary of this revered -

< H Line of Mother's Day Cards PARTMENT.WE AND CLEANING. DE- Following couple. a large family dinner, Mr.Miss and Kleanora Mrs. Adolph Dover, A.Mr.Peters and, In The Night".Tno. Door to Door ServiceWe

WILL MAKE THOSE Mrs. J. B. Dixon, Mrs. Lauda
Hollywood Camera served out of doors, under .
the Ilodlak Nancy Guild
Howard, and Mrs. Grace Beale, all
and Gift Shop LIKE NEW.BIGGS majestic oaks, to approximately of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. And"Spanish -
seventy-five members of the.family Appreciate Your
III Call Street at Railroad & BAKER a reception was held from Grafton Adklns and family, Bon-
nie Jo Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
three until six o'clock when Main"Paul .
105 W. Call St.
Kelly, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. P. W. - --- -
Friends of the couple from throughout -
Is Kelly, Jr., of Miami; Mr. and, Mrs
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congratulations and good wishes. Walter Slezak
WE CAN'T SELL ALL THE FOOD The living room was artistically Mr and A.Mrs.\ McDaniel Don Adkins, of Tampa, Dun-; Farm Home

,n '$ SO WE TRY TO SELL TilE BEST color lecorated scheme in ,a with gold lilies and of white the dee; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starr, Friday Saturday -May 2 S ,

Mrs. G. W. Rahme, Sr., Mr. and DOUBLE FEATURE
valley, calendulas,, and lacy fern
N, For Those Who Are Fussy attractively' placed. In the ad- Mrs.Buster T.Hudson H. Willis, of, Mr.Palatka and; Mrs.Mrs. "Cornered"Dirk & Auto Supply
oining[ dining room, the table
About Their FoodVISIT E. P. Clark, Ernest and Jim Powell Michelin Chelrel
vas centered with a beautiful.wotiered
r" Clark, Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Walter Slezak
cake, decorated with a
Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moody, And -
'fit' i nlnlature flowers. basket and Eustace Lee and Joe Kelly, Mrs. 144 W. Call St. -:- Phone: 261
The I golden bell, and surrounded with "Riding The
Margaret Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. S.
lellcate fern. Balancing the arrangement -
,L. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence California'Trail" Guy Andrews Owner
were double candelabra ,
Blue Tavern Restaurant !Roberts, Lake Butler; Mra H. C
of crystal holding gold-shaded Starring JpHb rt Roland t
I Kelly, Lawtey; Mr. and, Mr. -j- .
randies. The
: many attractive
n y' 1 211 EAST 10th STREET Rome J. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs.A. .
gifts were. displayed on nearby
I J. Thomas and son, Delano, Mr.
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Abies.As guests arrived 'and :Mrs. J. L, Wynn, Judge and :
they were
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Fred Guy,
i FOOD BEER SOFT DRINKS greeted by a receiving line representing Middleton Prevatt Mrs. Alice
1 five
generations of this
{ lonored family Including the Kite, S. E. Sparks, Senator and CARL JOHNSPhone
Mrs Charley E. Johns and daughter -
mother of Mrs. Adkins, Mrs. *
Markleyann and Mra. W. L.
': We Specialize In CHICKEN DINNERS jf Laura Jacksonville.Howard, 83 Others years receivingwere of age Andrew., Starke; Mr. and Mrs.Pierce .

Crews, State Farm; Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins. .
and Mrs Fred S. Dodd, Keystone 45 Starke Fla.
CURB SERVICE Mrs. Miriam Kelly, eldest daugh-' Washington St. ,
Heights; Mr. and Mr. Ebb Ellis
ter, Dick Kelly, grandson, and
and children, Hannah, Eben, and
Al Griffiths Lillian Griffiths Bonnie Jo Kelly, great granddaughter -
Alice Jane, of Georgetown, S. C
Cy Slstrunk

ih'' i ,mmIl11I1UlliUllnm'ftll.'IIII.n"ftIm"H"'W1ll".UllllftI'MI11' "" ,,,,, "' "'mlmmmmnnlmlmmnlmnWnllmnmmmllmlYnlnmm' '' '' '' '",; Mrs. Adklna appeared charmingIn Mrs. H. Tolbert Black and eon,
a powder blue of Electric Home'
t S with which she gown wore a dainty crepe Jimmie, of Lakeland, were week- Appliances
a end guests of her parents, Mr. and
corsage of yellow gold blossoms.Mrs. .
nM Mra. T. N. Kendrick.
Howard wore dusky pink FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY'
Now- Easier than ever I with white accessories, and a
3 I
I ... shoulder corsage of roses. Times Have Changed
,' Refreshment. of Ice cream and LARGE RADIO & AUTOMATIC RECORD PLAYER

i 17 i, kina cake and were Hannah served by Ellis.Louise Mrs.Ad- ter, Small Portable Radios Electric Roasters, Complete

HOME PERMANENT Clarice Adkins was In charge of X Cis,; Electric Water Heaters Food Mixer & Juicer
Iffftl the guest book, while Mrs. Rome fl

Andrews assisted, with the gift,. .
James E. Adkins sCnd Pency An- -' elmmrnmnmmmmllmenlminmlmn/mllnmmmimm" '' '' ''' '' ''' ''''' ''mlmllmlmllmmnmlMAmmnlAllmmmllmismrminmmonllMlAllmnlmmlumra' ''' ''''' '' ''' '' '' '''' ''"mmrmunmllAlrmmmmmnmomrmmumurunllAAnnnl'' '' '' '''''''''' '' ,, ,'''' ,', ,
with drews were married on April 18,

1897 in Lawtey and moved to PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR WESTINGHOUSE i"
Hampton 22 years ago from New I ,
River. They were fortunate to
1'1A511G mm
have all of their seven children _-... ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR & ELECTRIC RANGES

: with them at their Golden Wed- ==1.. tuiiiu" ,'IWIIllIYI'Om141WIIIINN11m1II1111YWIIlYIIINNIIIInmll'IInII1' ding celebration: Mrs. Miriam s
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t Kelly Miami; Don Adkins, Dun-
dee; Grafton Adkins, Miami; Gerald But the Custom Hasn't. ,COMPLETE LINESherwInWillIams
Round Ribbed .
and Clarence Adkins, Hampton For Photographs of Weddings ,
; Mrs. O'June Elite, Georgetown -
Ruabl S. C.; and Mr. Grace Beale, and Other Events

Jacksonville. Seventeen grandchildren Paints
and one of their three great
) grandchildren Box 423 or Call at
t were also present on
Nw DLux Kit
$ this happy occasion. I 'Hoover: Bros. ,Studio .
with plastic curler* Besides the many Hampton

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Come.ww.-.I..II.'IIIIIiIIIII''U..1 Tuxedo Feeds

SpeechesBrooker ii

b h. Roll up year hair s FOR

d In half the ti".1 l Toni s ';2 School Tuesday Night 8 P. M. I '
i 1 v
Professional Plastic Curlers ;r, Poultry Horses

have 50% more curling

,surface; and they're ribbedtreaded R.gsfor Kit I Remember When Bradford Was {WET t I IJi'h Cows DOlls. Rabbits .

/ ( ) all over, to keep hair wttkJUvrnrUrt Calves Pigs Hogs''j
from slipping. 0

'125 l I have Seen In Wet Counties I

I Sow. money every Mm. you re-use p i NEW PRICES. -. Compare Quality & Price I 9

k ro, t i ,your refill Toni kit costs Plastic only Curlers.$1.00-For contains a wttkoul KtfiU tttrttrt Kit Told by Laymen ..'-..-, '...-......... mmmmmmmmWilson. ..-,-.--..-.....-..-...........,.........uWIaW''' r

everything but curlers slop] I

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,i t Sponsored By Bradford County Drys & Toomer

} Drug Store Don't. Sign Petition Fertilizersi'lll

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of. LOCAL Mrs. J, R. Wainwright and Mrs Annie f ffrll.

BITS NEWSPatten I children Mary Catherine and guests[ Sunday her Colson had as I Jack Gill who has been stationedat I Dr. and Mrs. C C Mendoza and ) Miriam Klckllter Muss,
Betty Lou son. Raymond. Cherry Point N. C., has received sun Cliff, and
have returned after daughter Miss
ot Gulf
Port Miss., and her laugh- his Dorothy Claire Klcklltrr, Mitts, ,
discharge from the Gloria Johns, and B. B. :
spending a week in Tallahasseeas Mendoza
returned Wednes- Dr. and Mrs. Mark Adams and guests cf Mr. and tern: Mrs. S. D. Carner and Mrs. Marines and Is at the home of all of Jacknonvlllo were Snmmle/ Kennedy and Miss Idell
business trip to Wash- children! of Jacksonville W. M. Jessie Mae Clifford both of Jack, his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. guests Lnnilrum spent In Jack
,m a spent Wainwright. While there Mrs. sonvllle. Saturday at the T. J. Griffin home Saturday
I (i D C Sunday afternoon here with Dr. WainwrIght entertained her guest Gin on Kingsley Lake. Jack enroute to Crystal Lake where sonville. I
S. Hutto re- and Mra. H. H. Adam Friends of Mrs. A. E. Wall will plans> to enter school here next
and MM P. :at an Informal afternoon party. they spent the week-end In Sena- \V 0 KMTlnllIn| dresses 40 to
1 Tuesday to their home In ,I Get tickets. now at Drug Store' Mrs. Millard Caldwell wife of the be glad to know that she Is recovering Fall tor C. E. Johns' summer, home. 52. Srt'SH-S. I

nah Ga. after a visit here or Quldon Grill for BIO 1lorlc'oTemple ) Governor was among the guests major satisfactorily from a I Latin. gowns, pa jama*, housecoats J, R. Carroll, of Miami a for- James H. Dryden of Stalks I'
Mrs. H. E. Tucker Minstrel, S. present. operation performed last & bed jackets at STUMP'S.
Mr and Thursday evening Mr. Friday In Riverside I mer resident of Starke was a received his private pilot's license
ir and Mrs L. S. Hutto. Auditorium Presented'\ by Jacksonville and Mrs. Wainwright N. D. WaIn- Jacksonville Hospital Mrs Ludle Lemacks and Mrs. business visitor here Tuesday.. April 17 through the Conway f

p M. Barefoot and Mrs. Morocco Temple. sponsored wright, Jr., representative from Sybil Richardson had as their "'hllt'" Happening May 3? The park. He was a student under All'I I

i McKinney were visitors to by Starke Shrine Club. Bradford County, and Mrs. J. R. Anvil overalls fur boys. & men II guests; over the week-i>nd Mrs Morocco Temple| ) Minstrels. at thI'SO .. G. I. Bill of Rights and Lacy Con-
at .
LnviUe, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas and Wainwright attended the recep- STt'MP'S. Marjorie Poney, L. II. Bodlford H p. m. KW them Nat.. way was hla flight Instructor.Mr. ,

r.tstJlee 11&<11.',,' IIllk' dress- son, Delano, are spending sometime tion given by Governor and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nix of Concord and Earl Summeral, all of High May 3, at the "'Auditorium. and !Mrs. B. E. McRae were I

m 9-IS & K-l*. special at. at their cottage on Kings- Caldwell for the legislators and N. C. were guests of Mrs. Springs anti A. L. Powell man- Morocco Temple Minstrels ai|MMIMinNl visitors In Jacksonville Wednesday *

t $6.93. STUMP'S. ley Lake. their wives and friends. During Nix's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L.. I alter of the Florida Telephone by Sturke Shrine (hub. of last week.

Wallace Thlgp.m spent Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and her visit Mrs. Wainwright visited Andrews, last weekend. Corporation In Inverness Mrs J. E. Toney of Shubuta Mrs. G. E. Adams is the guest h

day of last week In Galnea- son. Gene of Anniston, Ala., the House of Representativeswith Mra. Shellie Hall and daughter Men' striped pnjiuna HZ. .\, Mlsa,, Is vlHllltiK her daughter, of her son and daughter-in-law \

have recently moved here and are N. D. Wainwright Jr.. and Sharon spent the weekend with II, C\ I) at STUMP'S.Ft Mrs. J. E. SmithEvery Dr, and Mds. Hrrlong Adams.. j I (

Eunice Clarke and Mrs. at present with Mrs. Pass' par- the Senate with Senator and Mrs.C. friends in St. Petersburg. .lends of bottle Sue Biggs will ,

he Williams of Tampa were ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo D. E. Johns. Mrs. Edward Burns and Mra.J. regret to learn that she U confined -

t Sunday of their brother- Green. Panic! cotton! blouse' 111.23) atSTUMP'S. E. Wilson spent Tuesday In to the Tampa Municipal

and slater Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had Jacksonville Hospital on Davis Island in Tam Branch of

Green as their guests Sunday Mr. and Among the teachers attendingthe 1<. Q. Duncan spent Monday pa because of serious Illness. Dot-

Ir' home portraits see T. Rne. Mrs. M.: C. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. state association meeting In through Wednesday In Tallahassee tie Sun went down to Tampa last

'. See a l on page 4. 3. H. Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. T. Tampa last week-end were: Miss on business. week with her mother, Mrs. E. L. INSURANCEH. I

i ceo W. Thomas and Mrs. F. Hutto and children, all of Madge Middluton, Mrs. Ada Law- Mrs A. Z. Adkins spent the Biggs to attend the state teach

i lohm were shopping inMile Jacksonville.Mr. son, Mrs. Dorcas Carver, Mrs. first of the week In Jacksonville ers'' meeting and while there she

Tuesday. and Mrs Hans Walker and Arthur McRae Mrs. Naomi Hill visiting relatives. became seriously ill and was con.I .

ends of Mr, and Mrs. John family spent the weekend. In Mrs. Jocelyn Zeigler, Mrs. T. H. Mr and Mrs. E. J. Dahmer spent I tined to the hospital Mrs. Biggs C. WALL\ AGENCY

niton will be interested to Daytona Beach with relatives. Osborne, Mrs. Ola Robinson Mrs Tuesday In Jacksonville. remained with her daughter.Mrs ,

that Mrs. Holton and baby Cotton print SOc yard. special Ruth Frazier, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Don't fall to hear the Monaco M. F. Brown and daughter, I
tel have returned to their at STUMP'S. 1 Miss Muriel Norman Mr. and Temple Band at the Minstrel Florence, spent Friday In Gaines Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

In Starke from the hospital Dr. and Mrs Mark E. Adams Mrs. A. W Bates N. Carson Gei- 'I Show May 8, at t" Auditorium.. ville shopping.

l inesvllle. and children and Mrs. D. E. ger and V. R. Ferguson. .Fun! Music! Rlackfnce MinstreltDon't Mrs. J IIr. Brownlee spent Friday .

i A. T Green and Mrs. Rob- Adams all of Jacksonville were Mrs. Carolyn Kenny and son I Miss 'em May S at USO In Gainesville with her son I J I.

;reel were visitors to Jackie guests Sunday afternoon of Dr. Wayne, spent last week with relatives Auditorium. The Morocco Temple and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mra.

:Monday. Dr. and Mrs Herlong Adams. in Jacksonville. Minstrels. are sponsored by Starke Milton Brownlee and. granddaughter i

Shrine Club. Catherine, and Infant grandson -
BOBBINS' Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent John Milton, Jr. FOR YOUR CAR w. Iinvo a n.\vPHII.ro DON'T FOItOKT-otitomoblla au... I
last week at the Putman LodgeIn Friends of Mrs. A, H. Johns will auto. radio. 1 lmm.illHllimtilliitlmi. tlon awry Wodnoiulny. 1 pm., at t I
An low n* 1".60. Oalnnavlllo Livestock
I Market'
Shamrock. While there Mr., be glad to learn that she Is getting ; "HHKI'IIKim KADIO MERVH-H. iiillle ttiiv, or anil. ift f
FOR TilE LADIES Davis was attending to business : along nicely following an op Court at Miullnon streets, "Klitrkv.FOR. .
If PAY CASH I gee .
: m bi-foro
f Misses Minnie Lou Hazen Florence eratlon performed In St. Vincent's Mull your junked vera, "Imtlnrlrn:voit I

S McCulley, and Vivian McRae Hospital In Jacksonville, Monday SALE -- Pmt with 100 foot radiators, metal and scrap, Iron.. 1
Chambries Bembergs Cij In Jacksonville. frontage on Crviitnl,. lake with I HlKhuHt prices p a' rt. jAckMmi ;
Dresses 95.1.9 spent Saturday mornlntf. Mrs. W. H Mundy accompanied InrKA log ,'.hl.... Will fmtrlilr for Auto Wr..kln.'Co.. Phone Hilly ;
Prints & Crepes J Friends of Mrs. A E. Wall will Mrs. Johns to Jacksonville wash N. II. Wainwright Jr. full Jucknon at9\ -N'. Mtniko. ifeft I

a be glad to know that she Is Improving and remained with her alro"t. Sin rite. Ill I ILIST ."( : MXT.fV ,I'4 ton lonir when l Imno. '

following a serious opera throughout the day. Kuril, tnirk with ISIS mnti"r. AtHO ,- '

Shoes---1.95-6.95 I tion performed In Riverside Hospital YOUR FARM CITV AND I llruN a itml NiiKiitiy liihoa, ifoit. J, 7 Maurice nomiu. >> id-iiiy IQilwnrdtt -

Jacksonville Friday morn BUSINESS PROPERTY Htaika. tt

PI- arbizon and Ing. (PATTERNSBY ( 1a U.\WL\I.- In used lIo. .anA..
9 Q
53.95 l>raM>ry material at MTiMI; 'S,. !1 rnillo-plmnnKiuiihiit Pity as lit It..,

U 1 I IpS Miss Elaine U Mrs. W: n. Mundy spent Thursday f J sa.::: .\', :j YL lit lion.$1 tfiinriintonil n wrek, l'impU or ynur:MKtlnfao-money]

and Friday In Tallahassee as .. )>ni-k. HIIKI'MKIU: "> ItAIMO $lIJn'lI.'W. -,
Lunite the guest of Senator and Mrs. .UrrafrSTROUT.. .r...'....nh.Cln.1.... line ....d.. ovrr \ four. .at. Madison. alrooli.NflW .
Underwear---by ct
r.a.ono ..._ .
sn'of lion nrmnr -
C. K. Johns While there Mrs
A.e.n_. R... from nil wr Ik* :: ,IK .the tlin to fertllls. mi Iran ,
Mundy attended the Governor'sreception World Free open lIall..... sad. rani.*lllHii., MMO ua for Moll
at the Governor's mansion E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY nnc e A.iilf>u Citmrlllu, FvrtU

We Also Carry A Complete Line of NURSES Oxfords, with Senator and Mrs. Johns U"Irl''at' Locally Hy llmr Hlntriink Keod A Nonl" tOll Htor 4-\111\*.

Mrs. Daisy Lipham returned 1 F. II01XINOSUOKTII t
Uniforms and Hose .' TltADII Oil HA LIB:--80 a.....
Sunday to her home In Dade City qr 118 So. Walnut 8t of ftirinlrtnd. ., fli>11,1 and fenced.,
after ,spending a week here with two .ln.uKi'M with .small. urot'iirx,.
i I nod irnMoltn...
her brother, N. D. Wainwright, McCALL MATTI1KHHKH: ; of all kind r.no- nark, .1.."...., "1IIrk.station. oonnortiil.Stn75 '
S. vatvd:; fttrnllura upholstered and ,
flnlnhed limp tia a card.HA8TINU3 SITUATION! ANTI -Cli'BM.,
FOR TIIEMEN'. I For wedding portrait see T. n. The MATTUKH8 CO., Pos colored woninn would Ilkn pr neat.nl* I I
bnrne. See ..Ion page *' Only Pattern $so, Palatka. Fla. tfINSUHANOK lion as cook and/or maid. In I'Ufo, I

Mrs. T. F. Landrum and children With A Printed -1 writ. all llnoai. fir., "hotel''rh'.or('''1111'.11.private llou.e homo,14,M.Knight a H 1..- '

Gabardines Rayons spent the week-end In Inverness automobll*, liability and .lit. "''UII'I.,'., Ht rko, ltu.
Slacks I 6 95-12.95. Cutting Line Hre mo for your Insurance n. .dn. III'
1 And Sharkskins with Mr. and Mrs. J. A N. D. Wainwright Jr, 131 Kant: P'te"N UOIIK VON WOUNU :
Landrum. They were accom fall .Street Phono 1S4. If 'UJ'I1 "'P.\'" :
J Alt Kmfrnmrm l>.lil
panled home by Mr. Landrum, SEWINGACCESSORIES IIAl.J1J-I-u..nn.. house' BW Month null SIHI per f
SporLShirts i wian 2.95-3.45.5 who Is spending this week herewith oor. M. Hay Bt, Hmrko. Kxcollont Vou'vo heard of the flHhttnv h
oondltlon, occupied by owner until tavnlry. "lilvlMlori-'f Imt to ...."I It
them. .. Mnnlliiflrat' t \
""nlly. Attracilvo.: van van. lntlkkyo. Im ''' '
Mra. Warren Perkins sp..nt O-N 1 Ir nt lot. For Information wrlta wear ul nnlt rll I "tlcin.
3.954.50ShirtsSPECIAL2.69 ( i C J .I>.vlln. 114 rypree.. Oalniiavl for action on Loa Ne.ns. Kwajtiltln a
Shirts-byManhattan J Thursday and Saturday of last 111... or Tel ..h"n. 141IJ. trice nod 1 f iytoToilHV i
week In Jacksonville where Mr. IG.) OO. tf Ihvv'ro, In Japan and .If f
you J are othirwMo 1"011'10", .
Perkins Is confined to a hospitaldue CONSULT ... 1>. now tLI.; .. H" <*an ho ono i>f them you r
ptrltusitst | -
.. .. .
i to Illness. Mtnllum, anil, Hin" >rt nl rt.lniu. nf and travel
t : ,; ...lialtilllrt r>t'l>ortunltliii nr* hlirhlitf -nvolnpail
Miss Idalou Davis wnlor at' and ('ounty ll<'xo < you.
a house north uf In thin illvliilon. ,a' ..r... ..I..url"u.. I
FSCW, spent the weekend here ion C'k.I"i: ;. hotolit I 4h. 'ntr<*M' swImiriTjitr, ; p' nl.t.nnls f
Clubs, s Jt.eeprs.gand haltparks
Shoes-Freeman &Peters 95& 11.95 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. FOR HAhlC-Hu.ur rural and hlrknry : : provide io1tfN of t>a*
i en'y.d: :
llm I him In fck .
I R. J. Davis. nmt>koi1 ahnukt.rs. and nilddlfnvft eh v raa '
<- rtvllliln, ,
At homo
Son to H5o. p.r II.*. t'uro
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham and
ij I I aril |>0 per &0 ll. can. Phono 11 high nv ri". >att pay ($0 p.r. r. nr
--- children Mrs. B. E. Fuller and! Htarko. It ahuvo doni" .nllo 10.... pay), ....II.nt i

J We also completeline !j Ralph Rhodes spent Sunday In SAVE MONEY BY and medical O and dontiil" a ears.(*, good ford r t.
carry a ANY TYPE truck II.lnp1..n.
Jump haullnir.AUtll t"ttouO"IIP :
Eustis as guests of Mr. and Mrs m make I
Making Your Own Clothes nil dirt for .Halo, ilnllvrrml.Ilradforil tunity. too grad 1 to ml-...

ROBBINS'I( :: of work pants, work D.Miss A. Monteith.Ann Wilt spent several Draperies 94 Knvlnnorlna Co. Phone tf16x16 Young.atandnrdi men. who, and rnn who best ftnllnt peaeeritei I

and Curtains fur 3 years nro entitled to t1.i.,lirnnt J
j shirts, overalls by Lee, days relatives.in EustLs last week visiting rhonliiid'. the )lit at Cavalry time of IHvUInn onlMmonl.(1M', ,

I and work shoes by Peters Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty spent : IIUTMENTS fore Initial from training U. N. given 1.1 l full.before. detailS' d..pur-at ,
THE STORE OF VALUESThey're several days last week In Northwest ? Moved on Your Lot I :ir H. Army Recruiting Station, Jll, { i
I 1'ontoffloo rililu. (Inlnaavlll, Fin.HlWINU ,
Florida business
on m and DRY Set on Foundation -
pleasure trip. 'J I I MACHINKH! : UKfA IKICfK .
$225 nil miik M lci'trln or fnotpoilxt, I
tvpo. Work gearantesti. lrornnt
WE'VEBEEN rviiftonnbln. Wo cull for and .!*- 1
JUST WHAT liver Writ Mewing Machine Ho- '
j Here Again JfhdM HUTMENTS) pair Shop' Hug 513:), Mlurko4tp, I ,
: WAITING FOR Let Us Install You A MODERN BATHROOM tltY,11.VIttlnt.

$330 f.o.b. Camp IllandlnffI'Md I" ; U. on, nlllKlilfl 1.IIt.->
Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One fh'ff, pair. 'lli-on/ typo sun KIUMMCM,
Sure .' ..Is r'lnlro' ut n.woptip..r offlrw,, It
Iliillillnu Material, Milling,
1 Foil" HAM5:-K'l'il'y' In my halm, .t
J I ZxftX K.lwtrlo FUluri-H, 4 ft.HuorWMrnt .- HOT\ .Wont MmllHon.. $t. Mmilll
.: .Be I Suite ell ONE TO THREE YEARSTO Light, Mamxilt)1, monthly puyinvntit nn balunro.lip

-a1 Nhiwtrnrh. Lnvnratorlrx. Toll'tf'luttirrn. i
1 PAY NO DOWN Putt l RENT: '-"nm furnished 1
\ with I prlvni
't'.ti.I; :: ; lJ..lh'l
I (>ranMt.. Itp I

a. 3-Piece Modern PAYMENTCALL SEE J. J. P1RUSON ".\ I.tJHWAN T !OJ r> MAN
." .' I WAN7'ED, iJnixl
-1 I Ij nearby Kawlolirh' '
,;!' "'& i J'It
iJijSaia:::::; l if*,' Living Rm. Suites 111 OR SEE ''US AT 333 TEMPLE; AVENUE to Mhllf In.mrdist.iv ron'lurt* 'earning tin. ,,KawlolKh'a,grand, H! rvt'living,lo bualit write fivpt.>,Nil .f

T 11\1.1'-2: ITnilnrwooil A. t I., I?. KAI-3J.I-:' MomplilN.' T.nn. lip
t : Shull & Hrnlth typuwrlivra, road ''...nlI.lI..n. -
Plumbing sating ., riuxxniiMn. AljHU. X small Foil SALIC-l.nrg.: Rutntu fiastola'
*l lH4 trl<* rifrlMvi'A''rH and a tf ll.''ii foal or wood: AIJ4O Kinull, : 1 ,
Setee $129.50 1.1..". IIlnl". room .null. ALMO' << an wood rook .tov*. AfHt> X-hurnel* I
STAKKE, FLORIDA naf it cash" register. un 543 t ell rook .stove .A "v.... Iniiulro at
2 ChairsTo ding mackine! and I reach-in ,l n: HMWPpiiper offluo.
lip i i.
Inn r_rn irulor. In.a-ooil. olnih, *,
Match Upholstery I Hum lioHonborc lion Htarko, lip FOR HAF.KI/ arra good farming
Asst. Tapestry
: Und ono inllo north of Hmrko
In Same WANTED-.Ototh". for boys, girls' on Jacknonvlllo tree. ,'
Durable Spring Construction lmlil' N, and larger .1.-l ... Kir Inn:* pait Cook's bIZh.y. ". H, t
Covering ;z i|np.j; o.>.il<|Pl imrt a':.o..bring.In Armory to IiradUr. 0.1-,: t-tt I

:::- = bulldlnir.' lipNANTY.I r.c'MT-Twn red ...hlt.-'....ail cow
Metal LAWN or JUST RECEIVEDONE with ...1"..; ono whit bl.o..nII..d..1I .,,k-
>- '-' month old pl.". In- ,
25 Saturday ONLY! 7.95 .,ul,. Carl John Pe.d Store, or aided / row probably, .
Chairs with ralf
PC. Off On All I Porch writs J II. Crawford, Rt. I, box "...J.. hip and "Cowa ld.. RI sri WAit1.bran",....". .
The Buy Of The Year! These chairs are made of FLOOR MODEL U. Htarko. lip tlfy/ P. J. Hhaw., O.n. Dol. (Mark*. I I

Baby ROCKERS MAPLE N-A-X hlr.li ten-He flteol for FOIL" $AL1C-J.fa.ylu.rn.ay milk Sit 1-2 1 i
strength cow with nor .onnd calf, a tw
00 p"pooaur >ok. old.. halter calf. I. now Post RICNTTworoom: furnished. I Iap.lm.nL
c Lamp TABLES ,"I.tanee' o distortion or We Ii Jlrln I to 4 gallons milk ....11,.. Reaxonabla. Cl": .o In I
"*r..i. |In leatherette and ntlng and n jjote.e ltedanhaugh" Hampton. Up 11111 Kami Madison. street l, Mtark. ,

-\.t"" Tape trle These COLONIAL BUILD co.. I der- WANTED AT Or CB-Touna man tf bin greater noorotary. Typing ability and : TO JtICNT-IIo. or 1 I'
hialrp And Are Built Like ORIGINALLY en re.i.tsare" knowledge or hUNlnovx composition room apartmont unfurnished oafftt -
RadioPhonographCOMBINATION required J. J. PI.r.nn1 for ciovo and r>frlrrat
The" Larger OceaaJoaal'PRICED to corrosion lI.t.! Camp nliindlns1 "PrOR M. llornandos, U.n. D.L Utsrko.lt ,

(hairs Going: While than regular RENT Th. "I'owdor Ho." "
Nice For Birthday io97 two blocks from p."t"rr",10.. FOIl "AI.JI'-Yo"n. Jersey row,
Gifts. They Last at metal atfl. for couple' only. ('nmpist*Iy. ..-nil*, good milker with heifer '
IV sure To Bay furniture furnlnhod .."'pi for linen and c.lf. cash Mrs u. W, Our- I
While ; "lIv.. .. .... J. T. Q"llrl.y at (lulxl I ham; 'SLOG: >y, KlK. lip j jKOIl
We have Thla Special 19 In. high TilE NEWEST THING IN RADIO .J l: I>.vl.. It j
And. See For Your- HALE Modornhoilrnnm
PaJ. FRIDAY Come In 30 In. dlametyr. oft' .ALE-V.. dining room .null house near lako. Immodlato
BATURW lIeU We Want To See Who bodroom suit, kltuhon ,'..bln.t.II. ..u........,.. C'ah or tcrma. Inquir.new ,
__ __*_ MONDAY ONLY. Read Thin Ad Beach Werk.Q NOW ON DISPLAY Multiply.'Oil.. )1'... K. 1 n" Mtarlma- damply "...,.> 1-!, KIng'My Village, lip

IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT MALE aft HINT. for .umm.r- rnA pipe HAf.K p..iind-...alAs Well .Sell weighing, chase' .about K*. y
party furnlnh roofn h",. and Carl Vanaant f mllo w-..t of
S ai-r. with oUntPlo lights ...?., .y onellbronn Springs' ,

JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO. Koch Store 4 nillon Thomaa south Campbollii on hla-hwar, Re.10OTho 1.. road. lip I

Drug ] Pug 144, Htark. 4tp_ I11PUrtN1rHY.f :NAVE HONk, atylo by and sautes comfort the mustservice with

APAKTMUNT: Two uarantood Kaapp'a A"'ROT"EIunooa >
PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA. I room wits prlvato Nth on fflmt for mom aMl _0_'". Pro.
floor ann.. r. A, vcott tit tflomonotration. H.. or ...,It. V rorf d r
Teeple Aye: Itp Ptllum' Park tt. mark. 1t.tter .


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,., . . . Starke.J. spent the weekend here with relatives G. W. Roberts last week. Last her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. and son, Larry, Mr. and Mrs. O. was called here Monde to bt..
I McGee and children were In her sister, Miss Ida
W. Horne left Thursday of Friday Mrs. Roberts accompanies. Hersey.Mr. Starke Saturday.Mr. Ill. Hugan ,
Mrs Arthur Milliken
Hampton T. C. Chastain and Mr. and Mrs. them to Lake City for the day. and
last week vacation to
on a trip and children, of Ocala, spent Sunday and Mrs Merle Packhamand James Moore
} 'J ;' By Mm. M. C. ttwevnejr visit relatives In Columbia, St. Carleton Chastain and daughter, Mrs. A, M. Blanchard and Miss here with her parents, Mr. son, of Gainesville, were of Valdosta Ca ana, 'on, Chlli:
. . . George, and Reevesvllle, S. C. Sue Chastain, have daily been visiting at St Mrs.Vincent's T. C. Enza Blanchard were visiting in and: Mrs A. L. Sullivan. guests of relatives here over the here Sunday Were vtllL

ROAST Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ousley Hospital in Jacksonville where Grandin and Melrose Sunday. Mrs John Thornton. left Saturday weekend.The Mrs S. R. Swindell
of Perrlne, spent last week at ane is ill. Friends", will be pleased Howard Miner,of the Naval Air to return to her home in Baltimore Rev. Webb, of Green Cove day In Jacksonville Bplt&.
The Hampton Baptlset Training their camp on Bedford Lake. to learn that Mrs. Chastain' continues Station, Jacksonville, Is spending Md., after spending' several Springs, filled his regular appoint- tives IlsltJnll!h!
Union for young people entertained While here, they visited their to Improve.Mr. this week here with his mother, weeks here with her father, ment at the Baptist Church here Mr. and Mrs. Cuyneli
Ita Junior and Intermediate departments cousins, Mr. and Mrs H D. May and Mrs W. C. Allen of Miss Effle Miner. D. .(. Phillips, and family.Mr. Sunday. were business, visitors It!, .\I\
with a weiner roast on and Mr. and Mrs C. L. May. Tallahassee arrived recently to .. and Mrs. Jimmie Swindell Mrs. J. E. Ousley of Perrlne, ville Monday. C
Don McMahone, of Ft. Myers visit their son-in-law and daughter -
l the church carnpun Monday night I.
spent several days last week visiting Mr. and Mm. Wilbert Hall.
N" After enjoying a number of TheressaBy 0-==
friends here. Thursday and Friday of laat week
welners were roasted and 100 NEW' CUSTOMERS
games For Ae
assortment George Matchett, of Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Allen and Mr. and Eva Mae Trlest l
served with a varied
lp'1' 4' of cookies and soft drinks. Md. arrived recently to visit his Mrs. Hall visited in Jacksonvilleand . . D NEW:, IMPROVED SERVICES

y l Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott and father relatives., Earl Matchett, and other Hampton were by accompanied Mr. and Mrs back W.to Mrs. James Moore of Valdosta, t | Now Being Offered By Your Local
Mrs. T. J. Alderman directed the J
Ga. arrived here last Friday to
which attended Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux Fallen who were their weekend FORD DEALER.
r' outing was by be with her aunt Miss Ida Hagan,
.i twenty-five boys and girls. spent Sunday in Center Hill attending guests.
celebration Miss Eva Mae Triest, of Ther- who la quite ill at this wrtlng.
the birthday
,J JOYCE ANNE ROBERTSMr. of Mr. Lamoreaux's uncle. easa, spent Wednesday here with Earl Geiger and his mother
and Mrs. Arllss Roberts announce Miss Mabel Greene. were shopping In Starke Saturday Get
Mrs. Seeber Goodman and chil- Service Certificate i f i
r it the arrival of a daughter, dren of Starke were visiting: Mrs. B. I* Htnxon and Miss afternoon. Your
Joyce Anne, on Wednesday, April here Norma Sweeney were visiting W. W. Packham spent Sundayin
friends Wednesday. ,
16, at the Shadycrest Hospital In Mrs. Marvin Norwood in Waldo Daytona Beach.Mr.and .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starr and Monday. $6.00
Mrs. Leon Tomlinson
Mrs O. W Rahme, Sr., of Palatka ;
cafs ii ra4' . . . and ,daughter spent the Wanda weekend, of here Jacksonville withJoyner's Entitles You To 10 Complete Lubrications

Over The
Deserves the Best
Price of A Grease
... IF YOU'RE By The School
. 5 5 5 5 5 Mkt.

Approximately SO persons turn1ed 225 So. WALNUT ST.
out for the rally at the Law- Major and Minor REPAIRS
., tey Junior High School auditoriumhere
Home Grown
REPAIRTrustworthy Tuesday night sponsored by New Batteries, Tires I
the Bradford County Drys.
Service CALL Chairman Wilbur A. Scott, of and Dressed and Tubes, and All Parts ,
w, Starke, presided. He explainedthat
the organization Is seekingto FRESHFryers 600x16 are coming in much bet

Harley F. Strong keep Bradford County in the
ter than before. We are
PHONE 150 dry column and that it Is workingto

N; CAMP IJLANDINO JEWELER prevent the return to trade now ready to render youAMMONIUM
w i SINCE 1941 channels of liquor confiscated by WE HAVE
STARKE TAXI SERVICE county officials. prompt service.--
C '; f 137 West Call St. A number of speakers from

various sections of the county
l were heard during the meeting,
65- Yocam & Ford i
MRS. SMITH ENTERTAINSMrs Finest Pertilizer -
Nettle Smith was the ""
ria hostess at a miscellaneous shower POUND BatteriesSail I
+I, p THIS ATLANTIC BQUAtSANYALE fVS at her home here recently hon In 10-Lb. Bags

'fA TASTED ANYWUERS IN TUB WORLD oring Mra.: Johnny Knight of Will Give You
Hampton( a recent bride, who Is Cloth
R ) the former Miss Ina Forsythe, Better Service
9 of Lawtey. Seat Covers
y Fy !' The Premium Ale Mrs. Knight received a varied SUGAR101b.
i at the Popular Price assortment of lovely and useful NEW' MOTORS "6" and "8" Cylinder _. ON ll.INDANDREWS
+ iALENO gifts. Assisted by her daughter,
Miss, Iris Smith, and Miss Joyce
:rk Ic Bennett, the hostess served her

EER s"k guests Coca-Colas and cookies', Bag89c MOTOR CO.

k -
full of flood dM rilir
,Irq Lawtey Baptist Church Is SALES and SERVICE
7 beginning a special study course
s tonight, Friday, at the Church for PHONE 118 STARKE FLA.
fMal the Sunday School ,officers and ':
teachers. The course will extend

over a period ofsevral l weeks and i ..
promises r to, be' both.Jnteretting TFJ.EP.I(>lCiE 159; .n vn/a.
I.G. and helpful to those participating

W. H. Edwards, who la employed '
CAPON And %WEBB GROCERY In Jacksonville, spent the -i1aSTrr
weekend here with, his family. JUST RECEIVEDA
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Knight of
T Friday'& Saturday Only Hampton were visiting friends in Carload Of Famous

.,- .--mfcT __._i MfV* J-j ____ :- .._. ___j awtey Tuesday. '
I.. H. Futch principal of Law. Full-O-Pep Stock i
i g No. 2 CanTomato tey Junior High School attendedthe S
annual meeting of the Florida FeedsSAVETuop20
.10 Educational Association In Tam
Juice Cocktail
pa last. week. He was a delegate

Mra. Nevada Palmer of Jackson
e Peaches 11 Oz. .23, ville wan visiting friends In Law
Evap. Pkg. tey last Sunday.Mrs. % i 3 a'"
i Martha Bales spent the rL t'ft Ada

24 Oz. -'SNACKCROCK", friends weekend in Jacksonville visiting ON( FEED COSTS 1 1pLe

J. H*Tatum and sinter, of De-
Cured Dill Pickles -' .14 land, were guests" Mr. and Mrs. With f/i/ Fu/-O-P/ p

Plan of Feeding
4 4i
g, for Eggi!
i laxt; No. 2 1-2 Can FANCY

T California .25
Apricots - plu.

i le t a

? 1t Diced Carrots, No. 2 Can .09 ..:


r 100 PC. PURE ALL PURPOSE GRIND 20 miles south of Talla/
WILL REAM' hassee. Is one of the
1 ", Bag world's great attraction
Vitamin Benefits inFula.Pep Spring, the unspoiled natural -
o 2, 39c grandeur, the excel-
'IU en SHOP" HILL'S Promote Rugged lent recreational facilities
combine to make it a spot

16 Oz. CanBetter COFFEE SHOP Health and Steady LayingYou Enjoy Florida's Famous famous to remember.pole-vaulting: Henry::' fish the
shown In this
151 WEST CALL ST. IS an unique'
feature at
a. Brand Dog Food .10 STARKE. FLA. may save a. much as \\ Wakulla Springs
Regional Beer.
20% on feed cost by follow o ,
ing the Ful-O-Pep Plan of
feeding J$ Ful-O-Pep Egg
Breeder Mash, }$whole oats
MEATS and Ji scratch crains.Concentrated .
Spring as Florida's attractions are

JSJSJP MSBSBBBBBSBHSBHSSBBBBSSSSH Range: and other vitamin-rich unexcelled, so is JAX, Florida's great Iq jiiXI

Got sources In Ful-O-Pep provide regional beer that'is brewed to'please v ...cIlIl'II'!. \ ,
vitamin benefits that Nf,,, .. j
r DRY enable you to feed less mash southeastern tastes.Enjoy the mellow /I'11I1 ffktf

CLIAMflQ I and at the same time maintain goodness of this famous Drink of

Wisconsin Cheese .57 AT ITS BEST. today sound for your health.supply See us of Friendship on alt occasions. You sim.

Life vl mia rich Ful-O-Pep Egg ply'can't buy better beer no matter 1
) of Your Breeder Mash. y i
what .
you pay.JAX
Kingan's Clothes Dependson We Also Carry A
Pure 'Butter .72 The Care They 'roar

mm Reliable Receive High Quality Line

\&s Krt All Garments Carefully of Hardware and BREWING
ifeI \ Ga. Smo. Bacon .59 Hand Finished Farm Implements I i


fri t'Illii] Good Smoked SAUSAGE .42 :z\: CLEANER Farmers' Supply FLORIDA

9 a 110 Washington St. Stark. ,MIKE ,MARUCA, Owner



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. .1 ana lIOn, Gerald, of Ilellbronn amazing to toe older ones present. . . . For stamp pad", stamp padink I It
Spring, were guests of Mr. and Naval Reserve Open
Certificates to be
are awarded
e Level Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mr. and Church News this Saturday night to Miss Edna Woodlawn To Men 17.39 *rubber see The stamps TELKORAMI., deters, nuraberrr I
I Mill Robert Myrick Tuesday of Noegel and Miss Vivian Ha/en, ;
yfrr. H bL McRaehappy I, "hist) week. who recited perfectly their 6th Uy Etna Crews All men from 17 through 39
. . .
I Mr. and :,{r1. Owen McRae and Middleburg Church grade course, and to Albert Hazen ,years of age are. eligible to be TOO FAT? I

I to report that all son,.Harley, were visiting Mr and Readying Plans for completing his first grade The Rev. Cecil Williams of''"civilian sailors" and remain on I I I
Mrs. Eldon Sapp in Hellbronn work.A ; Get SLIMMER this
lersons in our community For Jacksonville filled the pulpit of I their present jobs, yet receive the t
Springs Sunday afternoon. HomecomingThe number of the older ones of 1 benefits of a Naval Reservist by vitamin candy way
the Woodlawn Church
vlng Miss Mary Lou Alvarez of Vanderbilt the Tabernacle group have been Baptist nrolllng In the V-6 Inactive Naval Hav a mar.I.nd.r.'
historic old church at Mid- out because Sunday morning and evening. The Reserve, officials at the Jacksonville frwtutg5ur.. h.SInci.lnt -.
TMgrandparent., the and Miss Frances Croaby dleburg, which, Illness, but have No T...tlv. ,. No rArurp. II
of Sunnybrook were guests of the : according to avail been remembered and It Is to be pastor and hU daughters Helen recruiting office announced With::th.' mpi.AYDSvu.nlnCa.dy I
Vrs. W E. Hall last and Rev. and Mrs. Hall Wednesday able In records, was organized early hoped that they will be able lo and Jean, were dinner guests dur- this week ,.....ot"eut I out Retur6PIa any nMl*$
Rev., 1800, will ba the of ,
Friday the scene a enrollIn wc h c* potato nwatB or
attend the services to hear "Eligible men may now
and of last week Dr.
night Thursday '
ing the of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie nitnt
I guest visited homecoming celebration Sunday day butter,you limply cut then vitamin *
and their on the V-6 Inactive Reserve even delicious
John McNeill fnrtit d
I of Washington, D. M ( t > i
Mr. The Rev. and Mrs W R. Hall 'n.t-Q' ..
and :
and aunt. May" Starling family. mall.Aki.Jut.lr hannas
If, uncle C., who will be week though they were registered, for AY US '
J. E Murrhee, In HUT and Mr.dinner and Mrs. H.of M.Mr.McRae and For the past several years the through Friday.Llesldes present this Miss Doris McCauley and brother Selective Service," it was stated. Fl.n-n 01'01001'than-._.. -_,........h.,.m.llel.. N d..a IM.wi. n.... I
guests _
were congregation has observed "Home- the services and music John Allen, of Ilellbronn, Those Interested may sea the Navy c. ...t.b.wt.e._re_. area. VI
Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Mrs. Inez '
d Mrs N. NormanES : coming Day" on the first Sunday by Dr. McNPlll, Starke Is to hear were Sunday guests of Mr. and recruiter In the post office bullring. ...01.,m..... ,1yp I" .. If_e.5"h_
In Starke adtf- _
Kelly Sunday. in May and< It Is always an oc- two outstanding Laymen on Friday -! Jacksonville, any Thursday ...oa.I....,ION.Y : ..1.n$Moo.r
FOOT GERMW Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick casion of great rejoicing and fel night, April 25: Walt Malone C. R. Crews. between 10 a. m. and. :2 p. m. KOCH imro STORE
TO KILL IT. were visiting Mr. Myrlck's mother, lowship. At some of the pre of war-time shipbuilding Mr. and Mrs. Glover and. children I I
Mrs. Susie Myrick at Lake Geneva war meetings !the crowds have fame, who received National of Green Cove Springs were
PLEASED ONE HOUR your 36., bark Sunday.Mr. overflowed the church and this for his ability to fill recognition orders guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. EARN While\ You LEARN to FLY
drugqfor dhlt:1: and Mrs. Allen Hall of year those who cannot find room for ships after refuMng to L. P. RafuHe.I -
:' PENETRATES. Reach-per.hdji Jacksonville were dinner guests of In the sanctuary will\ enjoy the work his men on Sunday, will be I Friend of 1\1'11. Naomi Starling
MORE It germs Saltai' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick Wed worship services through the present at the Tabernacle, accompanied i will regret to learn that she is On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS
r at Canova Pharmacy nesday of last week. medium of a public address system by Layman Jesse Carlylo very ill.Madison. f
Seating arrangements will citrus grove owner, both of Tltus- I Smith of Miami was the
also be mada for the overflow vllle. They will be travelling In guest last week of his sister, Mrs.
I crowd outside. Music for the day the latter's plane. Each will Alice Starling.
Alvarez & Son will be under the direction of Mrs. give his testimony at the closing George Smith of Starke attended We are now Approved for the following .
B. O. A. Chalker, who will be ably service of Dr. McNeill Friday Church here Sunday. courses: r
assisted by the Methodist Choir. night. L. G. and Elma Crews were Basic Ground Primary and Advanced j
Following the services, the old This Is a Special Treat So visiting In Hellbronn Springs Sun Flying Also Private Commercial \ ...
ransfer &' Storage Co. Methodist country church custom don't miss it.Methodist day. i l and Flight I Instructor -- ........ .
of dlnner-on-the-grounds will be Courses. Approval No. 5650. --... --_ ----
enjoyed. Bradford Countlans are I
ChurchTopic Local Educators
Phone 179 Invited to join In the events of the I
day! and basket lunches should be of the morning sermon at Attend ConferenceIn Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs.
carried by all who attend.
the Methodist Church
Sunday [ TallahasseeArthur Nights 7:30 P. M.
We operate local and long The interesting community of April 27, will be "If any man will
91 Middleburg. according to the do His will, he shall know of the R. McRae, county school 1
Ss aA6- distance. Anywhere inState Jacksonville Historical Society, Is doctrine, whether It be of God\ or superintendent; Mrs. Grace Os- CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE r
:the of Florida. credited with being the second whether I speak of myself". John borne, general school supervisor;
oldest town In Florida. Records 7:17.: The evening service will Fouler Shl Smith, principal of l lnHS
PHONE 117 OR 32
show that it was settled by planters consist of an evangelistic sermon, and B. D. Law, a member I
Fast, Careful Moving who received their lands by 'congregational singing, and a of the BUS faculty are attending
direct grant from the King of special number by the Junior a three-day leadership conference CONWAY AIRPA'RKStarke
Spain; the eastern part of the Choir In Tallahassee this work, conducted
section being granted to Mount A General discussion of the nature for the benefit of counties participating -
Mullen, and the western part to of Christian religion will be In the summer workshop
the Branntngs and, the Budding conducted at the Prayer and I'ralne program.
tons, all prior to 1800; and a grantin service Wednesday evening. Dealing with the Importance,
the Immediate vicinity to JohnM. history, scope, and purpose of
.. ...., -<,
Fontaine In 1916. Bible Story HourOne county workshops, the conference I
The Historical Society states started Wednesday and cloned to, Service
that the lumber for the old church hundred children saw and day. An opportunity was given Battery

?n ., .F ,.,,, v was donated by George Branning heard the illustrated Bible storyof to meet, make plans, and discuss!| .
and to
local situations problems
and that the labor was performed the "Four Fishermen" Tuesday\
by slaves owned by him and Osla afternoon during the CommunityBible be met during the summer pro.
t Buddington. The structure is of School which was held In gram. Located at Temple & Lake Service Station
z w 4 J wide clapboards on the exterior the Recreation Building on Wal-
and wide random width tongue nut street. Miss Florence Brown Tailor-Made
and grooved ceiling on the inside was pianist for the afternoon in Rebuilt Batteries
Nails were wrought by hand at the absence of Mrs. Lex Green SEAT COVERS t y
the forge, and the beautiful ,
pew. the regular pianist. Refreshmentsof ;S SE e
are of mahogany. All of the lum- candy were distributed to the
ber was dressed by hand and even little folk. $6.00 up

today shows the markings of the The non-denominaUonal class
draw-knife very plainly.It meets each Tuesday afternoon at And Your Old Battery
QUALITY CLEANING Is said that In building the 3:30: o'clock In the Recreation
DEMANDS EXPERT HANDSGood pews, which are of the bullt-1 Building lr' Guaranteed Work j
type of construction so popular. i In

grooming;demands .d r y cleaning oil,: !those down the days center, a wide tended"-to aisle was left Christian Church"Taking I ''t I I IDon't
quality. That's why men who are wise about keep; All Work Guaranteed
their clothes bring them to us for cleaningand the men and women wide apart His Name" U the sub Discard Your Old Battery r
and 1
on their respective sides of: WARD SEAT :
When" clean clothes ject of the sermon at the First
pressing. we your the church. Another Interesting I
you'll step out with the mark of success,on feature Is that the two back pews morning Christian at Church 11 o'clock here, the Sunday Rev. COVER CO. Let Us Rebuild It

your appearance. Entrust your clothes onlyto were reserved for the use of the J. B. Dixon, of Jacksonville, supply GAY'S SERVICE STATION
expert hands. Bring them to us today for black slaves that they, too might pastor of the church, announced Phone 10 Court MadUon\ Ste. I I I
quality cleaning. have the privilege of joining In Wednesday. His evening sub- _
the common worship. ject at 7:30: will be "The 'Must'In 'a
Regeneration." Bible School
PHONE ,135OIIT. At The TabernacleThe begins Sunday morning at 10 o'- f
-315EEN clock. All members and friends ;
many years of Bible memo of the church are Invited to !the
fH _,, Temple ory work are bearing fruit In the service
1 tel!!rtI41 lives of the young people who attend Own the one car that gives you :
Bible Hourat
the Wednesday
the Tabernacle, as was attested -
Saturday night, when they participated Services at St. Mark's for Sun- BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST .
In the Bible Quiz. The I day, April 27: Church School 10
alacrity with which the children, a. m.; Morning Prayer and Ser
quoted references given and located mon 11 a. m. Friday: Bible Class in all these features..in all these ways ,
same in their Bibles was 7:30: p. m.-Rev. S. W. Creasey.

Garden Fresh Why SEll Worked-out TIMBER?

# Tomatoes25c It will show little or no growth. .
Q It will die sooner or later or be blown'

down by strong winds.

At the present time I have a mar "
ket for worked out timber. I Ij

TENDER GREEN 10 Lbs. No. 1 SEE IT N-0-W1! j

cans 15c Potatoes _- ,39c Edwin i W. Peck k I Bend will me come a pout to'_card. you.and v.., this even bigger-looking. better-looking. Chevroletfor "... .',,J,

& Ounce I Phone 659.J P. O. Box 463 Gainesville, Fla.. 19471.1k. only car that give you BIO-CAft QUALITY {{ 1 'J,
raft's Mustard, 2 JARS 15c AT LOWEST COST, .. wHnct the following fact*

ills Bros. Coffee.. lb. - 48c SEE THE ,


VERXOR; FLOUR ,2Slbs. SR 1.99 I 3RD i I

i SATURDAY MAY k alone gtve, you .If.. tig-Car/ 0 alone give* you .... combined Big-/ ft clone' giver' you the. elg-Car '
performance and rI.JabJlty Car comfort and salty of the. ICM.h,ruff and luxury of Body by I
Pig Pork Sale! I AT of a Volve-lo-rUod Thrift-Mailer Action Hde androdsv.-ActlenHydraulic Flther.In a car Mot ifandi out '
I IFRESH Engine_'In a car thai ka such rake. *-.In a car that hoi wen r.markas the. fow.d-prkd/ .In Iho Chevrolet : ,j

SATURDAY ONLY STARKE U. S. O. BUILDING urprhlngly/ low toil of upkeep. ably low operating cottil fleldl ,,' : I.I. ;

B<* wUo! Place and keep your order with us for a new 1947 Chevrolet: : :

PORK FRESH PORK Auspices of Starke Shrine Club Own the one car that give* you BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTS .I t j' :

h OUlders 35c Ham 42c : : In all/ lb.*.> feature, In oil I lime waytl ', '


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tai /ffnrv I. Uvrllne Defendant CI... In next four weekly l Issuee.Witnecu I* Tedder whose residence and ad<
'''. City Tax Sale No 65S1. my hand. and official I ilrenii 1st: 406 N Addison Street:
HOER: nv PTTRI.'WATTON seal| Ht Mmrkf. Florida, thin JUth Richmond 20, Va.
i'' Johns remind ANN NOTICW] TO A.'l'[ AIt day of April., (147.({ You are required to appear o n
IR :* City Clerk Carl H'I'A'rIOF: Kr..OHIDVdo: llnn- ((OFFICIAL Clerk) A. said ThomnllAe !May 20, 1947 In the above named
that unpaid. taxes are I I. Herllnp. MtiOH malltiiflr: ortdrewHIH lI. u( Court. Court and cacao wereln plain
taxpayers : 1IN| tioi A C. A W Oroup. John J. MvnilvrHon, Kmi, tit, Augustine tiff ....k. divorce. Bradford Count y i0
5 now delinquent anti tho list l la be- A. 1*, U 8.12, iff/; FoKlniHiittT, New 'In. Telegraph shall publish thle Ordei
orli'anM, l>n. AllY. for Mf t-26 It /I-U In next tour weekly.euen..
ing prepared for publication starIng You urn rrqtilrcil I to appear on \VItnei hand and official rI
e Friday May 9. "If those who May 2ft 1947 Ill the shove mimedCourt I iv ('lIlr1'IT' ('onHroiivrv. IIR"UFonn nonI at Htarke my Florida. thin April!I 0 J +; l
will and cause, wherein plaintiff (' FI.OIIIUA lOW CIIAN.: 1947.IOFFICJAt..
have not yet paid their taxes seeks. divorce. Bradford County 23.
( ''111 r.
come In at once before we begin TAlHNrraph. .hall publlnh this. OrderIn Johnnl. T. Tedd..r, Plaintiff, vilniadvM SEAL.) A. J Thomas, +
next four weekly Jmiu... I. 7edd..r, Defendant. Cane All Clerk of Bald Court.
publication of the! list they can \VltnaKN my Imml and offlcln No. 583wnnn. l!'y Lucille C. Conner D. C .
Nave the advertising and sale anal at Htarke Florida, thin April ( OF prnur-ATtoN! Chas II. HBHM. 304-05 Really. PldTarknonvllle 1., 0
I costs, the Clerk stated. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thoma.., STATI5 OF KLOIIIDA to: Uladyi: Atty for IMf. 4-25 4t 5-16
An Clerk of Raid Court.
Ii m cinruir. rO"I\T. nn/inrnn riv Lucille C. Connor! I>, C.
<'01 >. TV, KI.UIIIII4 m ('1159Inv. Marry H. Martin Ilnrnett Nntlnnnl
Hank Hl Herllne, Plaintiff, VI/. Ally for I'lf. 4-25; 41 5-IS: 1

minir cm'NT. nn"i>poniIII >
.C. T. (' Y'1'Y, riOIIII 1'111 t9-
'A'EI i3a1. ('fIItY.)
I Inner I F IlelKock rinlntirf v.
Walter (>, ltaiserk Imfemlnnt Case
TUB (:E\: En\L'M ADVICE Nil 560OIUlBrt( ,,
General John J. fcralilng NOTICTO OF PirnLICATIOVAN1 TO APPI3AK; : Our Opening On May 1st
Bald: "Banlnh. the I entire liquorIndu..try STATE OK1 FLOHIDA to; Walter I
O. |H..I"'k| whose renlrleiu'fi IN* l'l..n
I from the DnltenlHtaten UoNtnen Bens Adolf street ili.Oftmany In Our Location
; rl_ every! Million. and ,
+ You are rotiulrert' to Appear( tin '
hrmvcryi HiippreMn' drinking by Slav 2e, 1947 In the above nam AI On East Call Street Starke
"severe punlNhment to the drinker Court and caiinw, wherein plaintiff ,
i woks divorce. Jrartforc1 County Telegraph
i4 ; and If necessary death to .hall publish thin. order In
' the seller. or maker, or both asa next four weekly IrmueiiWltnemi 0
hand and official
traltora-anil the nation will Neal nr Htarke my "Florida Oils. April USED TIRES!
suddenly find Itself amazed at 21, 1447, THOUSANDS OF
u + the increase In Itw labor supply (OFFICIAL, A.HEAt Clerk) of A. acid J. 1 Thornan Court, Gas Will Be AvailableOn SEED

I filial not slow on prohibition fly Luplll C1. Conner D. fBarn.
t KO H. Pmmlaii, Uulnoiivllle.. Fie. Or About The:Same Date' AT THE LIBERAl
1'' for I know what In thepreateot Atty for Plf. t-U 4t 6-16 AMAZED >
( foe. of my ml'nKrf'at.r YOU'LL 8E

1l ? than the bullet. of the iv cintilT roiHT OPPOHII IRAD- OftCHAMPIOHSl
enemy" ,. .
r ;fi! Copied. from Free Tract Lee Htyleii. Plaintiff LLJWANC'-

Harvester vs.Charlie. Htylen, eta, Pefendant.NOTIOK We Will Have In Stock A Fair Supplyof
(>P" M'....1 DELUXE
accordance Notice l Ie with herebygiven a iJncree of that Hale In Ranges, and A Good Supply of Hot FIRESINE
rendered In the above entitled
cause by Judge John A. II. Mur.phr.e. *
the undersigned Comrnl..lon.r. Water Heaters. .
will Hell At public ante, at the Come in and equip your car for summer driving and vacation trip!
Houth front door of the County
Court lloune during. the legal hour You can't afford to miss this opportunity to buy Firestone De loal
nf .ale on Monday, May 6. 1947 to 0

each the. ,Ilia-bent the. following and bent described bidder property for- "'"' Champion Tires at a big savings! We need used tires for retreadinj!

fREER (Florida situate to wit In! Bradford County We Urge You to Consider Installing Larger and that's why we'll give you this big allowance for your old, smoodj
Lot 1ot Block 24 of North
Reno '
together with UN tenements he.redltam.nt. Underground Tanks In Order That More Gas $: >"'''*' worn, unsafe tires. Don't put U off COME IN TODAYI
t' and appurtenance. ,
HOWDY FOLKS: (',. A, Knight, May Be Stored This Summer to Prevent A
\ Federal .tatl.llrlan l han J H Rowe
11'f f just .
j ) t floured out that It rontn $SO6y ,- 4-35 21 5-0 W II. Mandy CominlfiHlonem.IP Shortage Next, Winter. We Are In ,Starketo

33 to clothe a family of the for Serve You and Will Render
Gladly Any
1 Fluureti. 11 ('lltfIIi' roMiT. iinnronnOIIMTI YOU SAVE 3
C' one year. /; to the right (' ', KICIHIDl l4IIA: \. WAYS
7 of the decimal taint represent CKItV. Assistance Possible In Helping>> You Solve
? re father's share.e Phy Ills Hi-roppn, ( Contarlno, f'1..lntlr -
b 1J
t I v*. Joseph J. e CIIHH N' 61178. e r' Small buy. writing answers to ORDER OF PtlBLir-ATION .

r i' ap S an anatomy test: "Vegit' lit !AND NOTICE OF FIXRinA TO\ APPBAICTATK to: Jiiipll Slade Gas 't LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANC
r Ah things. what If you ain't got I.r Contarlno, whose last knowneHldence CompanyT.
and address la. % General
J two pretty Rood ones you can't Delivery. Lonir. Inland. l. New York. @Sew MORE ON MILEAGE!
a gut to lint ,bane and neither You. are required. to appear on H.
or before May 26th, 1K47 I In the Slade, Owner
LAi nl' ; can your dieter"t4i7 above named Court: and cause, _:-
r ? 1' e e wherein plaintiff peeks. divorce and l AND SAFETY '._ _.,
'UHtody' of child. Bradford County '
The timid customer beckoned
i44 -
Telegraph shall publish thl Order -
i to the new waitress.! Looking bt @Sat.te TIME AND TROUBLE I
rather embarran, he asked ,..-
"Could you direct me to the

P ( 4 smoking. .. room?" G c n u 'i ri ePanama USE THE, CONVENIEN
ro} i hyl' .0... she replied nonchalantly
R "you can smoke right here HATS 4.95 FIRESTONE. BUDGET PLAN
l 1 tg "
at the table e! n. y.

T t t And you. can get the ,best ._ L .. -=. ;. : ._.:_ .... :. _. .
'ervlro In town right here at

t4 Temple A Ijtk, between the
Kr, hours of '7 a. m. and 11 p. m.
Straw Hats 2.95r

4 Washing Polishing .
I'' t 'w / y PAY
/ ASf
)if' I I Greasing* -... -
?e r
Vic; las Temple l '& Lake LITTtE AS

Service Station Dress Pants

Phone 179 \ t
: 3.95-6.95-7.50 0

,f a

Ore Lot "

CHILDRENSWhite Men's WhiteDress \

'i' New Army Soles Boots& Heels Shoes (t Shirts

12i} to 3

3.85 1.25 pair 3.25 SHIRTS STHIPED 2.75 4f. 4aataa4

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LADIES! Cloth of Gold Dresses

Soles & Heels 3 /; /' /* /

e 1 + 2.75 In Percales 2.95 & Voiles 3.50NEW

Low Cut Shoes ARRIVAL of Spring and Summer w, i1 +we \

Materials Butcher's .1 aaal+.b batAyy
Linens Eyelets, 1.ra
h New Soles & Heels 11+ NM .ai 1a d.4aM M
2.50 and Silk Poplin at Popular Prices h.aeM. N N w14Yat+t tt 1t r.
N ,
1 ad
.wNa ; .a

One Lot RAYON lJI EN'S N111aaN 145J h YK e

Sport Shirts r' Brown & White y.Sa4

11 2.50 each Dress Lengtheport

g New Dresses 4/ 1 Reg. 3.25 Shoes Compare These FEATURESup

Value 1 50 ea.

1 Just Received 2.50 pair 6--- to 55% STRONGER New Safti-Sured cord body gives

a 'Rayon Sizes 9 20 'AA, extra protection against- blowouts and can be recapped

h.11f 4.75Girls'Dresses Simplicity i t Patterns 1 Now In StockSEWING I /tr. //T .. up to 6O% MORE NON-SKID ANGLES New Sa/n-

Grip tread
assures extra traction and extra protection
Made Easy WITH THESE PRINTED PATTERNS ., against skidding.

..- up to 32% LONGER MILEAGE Wider gS Ief

Size 6-12 1.75 Every Day Is Bargain At TheSTORE I treads against and wear.Vitamic: Rubber provide extra protectioa

IT,k' Blouses 1.25 '.



House 1 600 Temple.. P.Avenue: Roberts, :Owner: Phone 69



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: Some of our State Legislators in Trying to Pass a General State Sales Tax at this Session of the Legis .
lature Will Tell you, "Little.Man, It Wont' Hurt Much." He Also Could Add "It Will Just Take ''.
I All Your Spare Money That Extra $9.00 or $10.00 a Month Which Deprives the Little Woman .
\ and the Children of All the Little EXTRA PLEASURES So'Necessary to a Happy,Home Life." : ,. i

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It Appears Now\That Everybody Is Represented at Tallahassee Except "Mr. Average Man" and His
.'''' Family! Certainly All the Powerful Rich Interests Will Have Lobbyists Aplenty! They Can Afford

: :"i'tl\j'? ,;..:' Them! They Will See That the Buck Is Passed Until It Gets to You-And You Are Very Con '" f
'1, (
',4 '1 e. spicuous By Your Absence! '". ,' 1<'' ,
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J t1 i 'Legislators Come Home: You Probably'Will Congratulate: Them and Tell Them You Know,"They : :t' .. r .: _
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C6tildtHtorr '
..' '\"If M.p.r'" .w ,,iDil': ,iferBesTThey' : .,,.' ..
',. I.'$'Ji.", I'(1" \ We Like to See Public: Servants -Those In State. County, City, Etc. PENSIONED BUT ',,.'.,-i', I II 1
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. Are You ,Going To Be Lulled To Sleep By State Politicians and Let Them Pass A General Sales Tax Relieving r

The Rich Man's Burdens? In Other Words Are You Going To Let Them Pension The Rich People ? J


Don't Let Them Pass A State Sales Tax!


isn't Nec ssary--So Let Our Legislators Know RIGHT NOW That You Are BITTERLY OPPOSED To A ,,

Sales Tax And That You Are Going To WATCH HOW THEY VOTE On This Issue. If They MUST Levy

New Taxes- (And It Has Yet To Be Proved That They Do) Let Them Pass A Rich Man's Tax --- A STATE :

INCOME TAX --- The Fairest of All Taxes. IF YOU MAKE IT --- YOU PAY IT. ; t tf'
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"" ,'-,. '. This Advertisement Paid For, In The Interest of the. Public, By The Following Business, MenTHE i I--


,. ).il>, "..' Established 1891 '
( ..., ALVAREZ STORE. \. I
.. JEWELER : .t'-,'._.:. '-"'. HART FURNITURE CO. I 1 :.
/.-.\).:, "ROBBINS- :.
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IN: rntci'iT rornT. IlflAflh"Oltf) it riimiiT! COURT. BRADFORD Hose Corrarlno. Defendant. Case Idnnca and address In %) Peltry signed' administratrix IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD IN CIRCUIT ,. ,',,
(- IIIMIV. frl.OIUUAl. 1M CIIA1MMatten fo'r4'IY.' FLORIDA. IN CHAN'ERY. ; No. BBSS O'Nell! 621 West 123rd ilt.. New This April 18lh, 1947. coi, nrrr. ri.oiuu.ii IN CHAN COUNTY. ? T, ,,?4lrWCKRY. i
c......". ( ORDER OP1. PUBLICATION York City. New York: Julia John, Administratrix IKItY. PMiniui' ':*
tlnvu.n. Plalnllff v.. Catherine Rather Marsh Hlublk Plaintiff v*. AND NOTICR TO APPEAR You are required' to appear on 4-18 4t 6-9 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff [lit|
tllangrosno HHVUSJ.. Dc/en- Joseph John Hlublk Defendant. STATE OF FLORIDA toMrs. or before May Jol'rt* _____ VM Thomas M. Hook, Defendant. 1.0111, Bepk Plalntin/ .
dant. Ca." No. GSLthi.OT4Dihlt Case No. 5670.ORDER Rose Currarlno whose residence In the above named and 11! CIRCUIT: COURT. ORADFORDCOI'NIY. Case No, 5550.ORDER Heck [}.r ndant. ( \ Jim D.,
OF i'UIJLtCATtONAND OF PUBLICATION anti address I.: lildl Gates Avenue. oauaa wherein plaintiff. seeks dlvoroe. FLOltlDAI IV CHAN OF PUBLICATION ORDER 01" lIr.
STATE OF FU>rtir>* to, Catherine $ STATIC OF FLORIDA t..: Josi-ph You are required to on publIsh this Order In next Edna Ibis Graves, v*. James W. STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Thomaa. STATE OF APPEAR: I
Ulamcraami HavuBo who.e John Hlublk 1 whose residence and May 19, 1 1147, In the fem four weekly lieues.Witness Graves, Defendant. Case No. 6517.: M. Hooks, whose renldence and address David Beck: Whose .. .\ 10, J I..
rvsldonc. and address la: lit H .y- address I I.. ISO K 83rd Street, New Court and eaUMo, wherein plaintiff my nan N.w YoiK. York N. Y. seal at Stark, this day NOTICE TO APPEAR H"vallnn, .
dam Htreet. BriK.klyn: City seeks divorce Bradford County Florida 9th are required to appear on You are reiiuiiHj cort
You ..r. required to appear. on You are required to appear on Telegraph' shall publish I this Order of April 1947. STATE OF FLORIDA to Mr. May 19th 11)47) In the above named May 19th 1947' In ? ,,"'.*t '
May 19, tttt. In II.. aim Y. named May 19. 1947 In the above named In next four weekly :lasues (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas, James W. Oraves. whose residenceand Court and case. wherein plaintiff Court and causa, th .h u'll n...
Court and cause. wherein plaintiff Court and cause wherein plaintiffKeeks' Witness. my hand and official A* Clerk of said Court. address !I.: East 4th !!Street %" seek divorce and restoration of .seek divorce Braafnili1"1 wher *<
..ekM. dlyor",.. Bradford County divorce and restoration. ot null at Starke. Florida, thla April Py f."Jr.de Conner, D P. Ford Oarage, Charlotte, North Caro maiden' name, Bradford County Telegraph> shall Co",
'el'' po.'a..le..V."i.! : .:; "h this Ordrr Maiden Namo Bradford County 14 1911. John Esq., St. AuS.... lina.You Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn In next four puiiislt. :Ihl, On,
In neSt : "*," *. Telegraph he& thla OrderIn OFFICIAt BEAD A. 3. Thomas, tine Florida arc required to appear on next four weekly Isaue weekly 10."..
Witness my hand. .nd official seal. next four Issue. As Clerk of said Court. Atty. for Flf. 4-11 4t II.' May 5. 1947 In the above Witness my hand and official Peal Witness my. hand and llli
Florida Idle April IBCFFICIAL Witness my hand and official -- named court and cause, wherein at Stark. P'ioril,
at Starlce Ry Lucille C. Conner I> C. seal at Htarke, Florida this. April 18th., 1947.OFFICIAL. Ihll 4
1947. Heal at Starke, Florida this April T. Frank Landrum. Stark. Florida iv' CIRCIIT COURT. BRADFORD plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration 18th. 1941.COJ'V.CIAL. )
BEAD A. 3. Thoma. 17, 1947. Atty. for Pit. 4-18 4t Bit -' COtI!"I TV, P1.OR1DAI ft' CHAN. of maiden name. Bradford SEAL) A. 3. Thomas ( SEAL) A. J-
As Clerk! of said Coort (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thoma ""BRIT.Klleen County Telegraph shall publish this A a Clerk of saId. Court. Aa Clerk of said Court Tbo...
T. FranK. I.andrum. Stark. Fla A* Clerk of said Court. a McLaughlin Plaintiff' v* Order In next four weekly Issues.. By Lucille C. Conner D. C. By Lucille C. Conner D. r
Atty. for Pit. 4'1S 4t 8"* By Lucille C. Conner D. C. : CIRCUIT COVIIT. HRADPORD I Thomas J. McLaughlin, Defendant: Wltnes; inv: hand and official .e.11 T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. Joe Hill WIlHamB.' .
____ T. ,Frank Landrum take, Fla. IOUTY. KI.OUIUA. IN .CHAR.CIGILY. ; Cam No. B667 i at Starke, Florida, this April 3, Attr. for 1>lf. 4-11 4t I.' Atty. for Pit. Lak Iluti... p.
OF APPI.IC'IIO FOR Atty. for Pit. 4-18 4t 1-' ORDER OP *47. ._ It
J KOTICB ,___ j.ii I
Lee A. Pryan, Plaintiff vs. Lula : ___
II' House 11111 N. IIMI3NOTICM : IV CIRCUIT rotlllT. .MRAnFORnOI"V1Y. .. Bryan: Defendant Case No 8648 STATE" OP FLORIDA to: Mr. Aa Clerk or said Court. Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent--
IH HKREBt! UI VEN.! that] FI.OBIDAl IN CHAN.CKHV. ORDER PUBLICATION Thomas J. McLaughlin whose rent By Lucille"' C. Conner D. C.
Mr. M N Brant ley the holder of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR denra and aditrenii Is Northern State '1'. Frank I.nndrum Starke, Fla. Tangible Personal
the followlnacertificate' 'has: filed Mary Alice Davis Odum. Plaintiff, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lula Hoftpltal, Kedro 'Woolloy, Wuuhlnu-. Atty. for Pit. 4-4 4t 4-25 Property TaxesAs
saId certificate* for a tax deed to VH ItarlleH Dewltt' Odum Defendant Bryan, whose residence la: Itt. No. ton.You
be issued. thereon. The certificate Case. No. BltSS 1. Hox Ul, Ulenn Allen, Virginia are required to appear on IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD provided by Chapter 20723 Acts of 1941. Notice is
number and years of Issuance, the ORDER: '>F PUBLICATION You are required tOo appear on May 19th 11)47 In the above named couv'rr. FLORIDAI. IN 4.HAN. hereby ck
I description of the property, and the AND! NOTICE TO APPWAKSTATK May 1*, 147 In the above. n.m..dCo..rt Court and .caue wherein plaintiff CICMY.Odessa that tangible personal property taxes assessed for year 1946 are
I name.* In which It waR aa.eed OF FLORIDA tot Mr. and cause, wherein plaintiff seekS divorce. PYadford. County P Stafford Plaintiff. V*. delinquent, and beginning April 1st such taxes Do
a* follows I : Bertie Dawltt Odum. whose rel .seeka divorce. Bradford County Telegraph shall publish I this orderIn Oeorge W. Stafford Defendant.Case fire drawing int.*
are Certificate No. 63 Year of I.- dance. and address: in i40 Montgomery : ;Telegraph shall publish: this' OrderIn next four weekly :UBUBH.Witness No. 1521.ORDER of one per cent per month plus the proportionate cost of publuhh'
"..an,. 1945.Lescriptiofl. Street Savannah: Qeorgla. next four weekly Innues.Wltnesa my hnnd and ofti.Ialseal OF PUBLICATION this notice. Unless the amounts set opposite each
of Property WW of You are required to appear on my hand and official at Htarke, Florida thin April AND NOTICE TO APPEAR name below t
I I NIOV4 of NKVt SixtlonlJ. Townships May. 19th 1947 In the above named seal at Stark, Florida this April 18th. 1947 STATE OF FLORIDA to: George paid before the first day of May 1947. warrants will Issue there!
South: Itanga 82 Ka..t. containing Court and .cause wherein plaintiff U Jb'tAL: tOI"i"ICIAI, SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, worth Stafford whose residenceand directing levy upon and seizure of the tangible
SEAL: A. 3. Thomas, Aa personal .
10 acre more or less. seek.* divorce and restoration of ) Clerk of said Court. address la- Central Y.M.C.A., property
Nam.. In which assessed: Charley maiden name. Bradford County Aa Clerk of said Court. By Lucille! C. Conner. D. C. Richmond 19, Virginia.You the taxpayer for unpaid taxes, penalties and additional costs r
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I By Lucille C. Conner, D C. T Frank Lnndrum Starke, FlaAtty. are required to appear on name of deliquent personal
9 All roperty being n next four weekly I........*. J, H. Harrison Law Exchange Bid*. for Pit. 4-18 4t 5-8 May 6, 1947 in the above property taxpayers and the amount t'!
((3 the : ty"of tiradford, StatO ofPrantiey Witness my hand and official Jacksonville. Florida named Court and cause, whereinplaintiff taxes Including the cost of advertising and the first month's penil'
05 ""npl". seal at Htarke Florida this. April Atty. 'or Plf. 4.18 4t 5-8 NOTIC.J seeks divorce; Bradford are as follows: I
I r I i;.'* such certificate. or certifi Iftth. 1947.OFFICIAL. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: County Telegraph shall publish this '
:.. .. hall l be redeemod Recording ( SEAL) A.' 3. Thomaa. COUHT. BRADFORDKI.OHIOAl This In to notify all Creditor, Order In next four weekly Issues. .
', l- lof: flRCI'IT to file .and all claims. School District No. 2 Starling. N. L. _
against Witness
.law the prop..rtyI..erlbe"/ In As Clerk of said Court. any my hand and official h
/ )) certificate or certifies.tea will By Lucille C. D C. rOIIN'r" IN CIIAN.CE ; the estate of S. R Johns, Sr. with .eal at Starke, Florida, this MarchdPP'ICTAI. Adklns. Clarence __________ IS.'S Huiliner A. A. _.-_____ j
e..nnerL Fly.Herschel. Paul D' .............. 1.7V .1'. u
Oreene >
;', sold to the highest bidder al T. Frank. Laudrum. ., Florida Plaintiff the County Judge of Bradford Bit 1947. i .. Bapp X .n__" ;
'f' r.t va
r1 t. i ., the court house door on the first Atty. for Plf. t- a 4t 5-9 I M Wheat Defendant C'ounty, Starke. Florida on or before ( !SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, Kalch L. K, Clifford Clara 11.18 Happ, O. W.j..__ __ j I!
Watts Wheat ''
Ellen _____.____ ,
.*,"11 ; 4 Monday In month of May. 1847 eight montha from the first A* Clerk of said Court. Kalch L. R. 11 42 William, O U------- t
Case. No. 5633OROEK publication of thin notice laid Blade, Lester __ ________. 4.67 Wllkenon. D O. __ _
5k it' "which I* the 6th day of May 1947. 1:01: rinruiT COURT. BRADFORD F OF PUBLICATION or By Lucille C. Conner D C. -- nh : I I1 ,
.... I..; Dated this Ind day of April 1847. COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN. claim will I be barred by statute of Chaa R Hess. 204.011 Realty Bide. ehejol Ol*'rlet No. 8 Nrhowl Dlatrli'to.: "in"Angelos
HI OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATP.I Limitation, that all debts to the Jaokonvllle, Fla. Orlll ____.._.______. 12.63 Hutchln.on, C. C. <
I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradfordfi Lucille Prevatt If..et I Watts Wheat, whose address Bradford House ___..._____ 1'.81 -
t.t 4t 4-S5 Strickland. W. R _______ J
,County Florida Joseph Alvin ,,, --
v* Hud4leetonDefendant. -
On The
:" I' \ EOn.d.n Blxhlll Condon's Grill _..____.______ 86.83 School District Ne. U'Or..o.
Case Mo 6B61 Sea Sussex, Notice Of Floyd .__....________ (86 Thomas, Wm-------------- .
:, t ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1''lu'r..d Unpaid
h. 1)11.) iw rinrviT cornr. BRADFORD You are to appear on, Delinquent Oassett Hardware A Furniture School District
'if.. COUNTY. OMIUtl I.V; CHAN.; AND NOTICE TO APPEAR May ISth. U41. In the above Company .................. U.63 John. A. P. --___....____ _II.
I. \ ; cHY.W STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph I named Court and cause wherein' Intangible Personal Property Taxes Johns. Corley .....___._..___. 14.01 La..nb't.W.. B. ______ _"_ I i
I Carl .K. Morris, Plaintiff vs. Kathleen Alvin Huddleston whose residence plaintiff aaeka divorce. BradfordCounty Kltty'a Place __________...___ 11.13 Moody 1. J. '_______ 5
'1Ij' '1'. Morrl. D.t.ndant. Cane No. and address I I. unknown. Telegraph shall publish this ..........
Little, lola & O. H. 48 67 Kckool. li. it

: } \: Aa District :
,. I\ J tit. You are required to appear on Order la next four weekly issues.Witness provided by ChaptBr 20724 Acts of 1941. notice is hereby given Magic Oil Co. _____.--------- 11.23 Starling H. D. ---_._. i
May In the above named
!, ,: OF PUBLICATION 19th 1947. hand and official that
my Intangible Nick 87
j personal taxes School Me."lii"Rltch
hr property assessed for 1948 Paavantlq J4 nl.lrlrt
are now delinquent ---- -- ----
I AND NOTICB! TO APPfclARHTATR Court and cause, wherein plaintiff neat ., .Starke..,Florida thIs April Crfrl _................ 84:87 Alvare. C. R. ...., ,_ ,.. .
t I: OF FLORIDA to: Kathleen seek divorce Bradford County: t.1941. and beginning with April 1st ouch taxes are drawing interest Suslow Bent _________.._____ 14.87 Alvarez. M. J .__..___ j
i. r T. Morris, whose residence !.>: Telegraph shall publish: this OrderIn (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas. of,2 per cent per month plus a penalty of 10 percent and the StarlIng', Mr*. Pearl .......... 8,89 Alvare, J. W. .. __, 0. I S
'I 416-6 Spring Htreet Lou Angeles, next four. weekly lue. Aa Clerk of said Court. proportionate Sumner A. O. ................ 8.14 Crosby Floyd ._ __ ____.__u. 7
, f California. Witness mr hand! and official Hv LuMlle C. Conner D C. cost of publishing thla notice. Unless the amount set Sale. Ouy H. ..__..._.._.... 61.93 Lennon. Mack __-- ____ __,, ;
,. iL hEr. You are required to appear on seal at Starke. Florida, this April John W. Muskoff. 1105 Oraham opposite each name below are paid before the first of 1947 Sun Oil Co. -----............ Parmenter, U. ? U i
t 011I1 ,4 May 19 1947 In the above named 18th. 1947.OFFICIAL. Building Jacksonville, Florida. tax day May Victory Bar: B Q; ........--.. IU: Thomas E. Rti. ...-...:_ 1
ihu Court and cause, wherein plaintiff {[ SEAL) A.. 1. Thomas, Atty. for Plf. 4-11 4t (-1 executions will Issue therqon and be deUvered to the sheriff for Wlmberly W. M. ............ 769 Tyson Wm. Jr------------- h 11Williams

t ..seek divorce. Pradfi.>rd County \f Clerk Litrllle of C.said Conner Co..rt.fly D. C. levy upon any property real personal or mixed belonging to the tax. Joe ............... 1158 Tyson Albert _____..-____._ i
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Warren. John ___________... 1.17 School District >o, m
t/i/ next four weekly l isis.Witness Zach fl Douglas, Gainesville, Fla EN CIRCUIT rOlTRT. BRADFORD. payer for unpaid taxes penalties and additional costs. The names ofdeijnqu..nt Brhool Olxrlrt \.. 0 American Tong' aroies, Inc .. "l
W my hand and officialaoal Atty. for Plf 4-18 4t 6-9 COUNTY. FLO11IOAI IN CHAN.Helen .: Intangible personal property taxpayers and the amount of Carmichael, A. C. ........... 8,66 Crosby, W. C .__._ -"__Uo. 17;
,J..: at Htarkn Florida thin. April CR117. I taxea Orlffl: Gordon .............. .O1) Crosby, A. L. ...... n
16, 147 IN: rmri'ir COURT, BRADFORD MacDowell.. Plaintiff vc Ed- including the cost of advertising and the first month's penalty Oaaklns.: J. D. .............. 874 Pees C. C. ...... -:_ 10
t. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomaa COUNTY.' FLORIDA IN ("....N. win H MaoDowell Defendant. Case are as follows:' Oreen Nelson T. ............ Si.it Melvin, ('. C'I]II:
As Cleric of laid Court. CKIIYJoseph No. 5540. McSwaln < -.. .. AS 20 Stokes H. lit. K
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P"y Lucille C, o' C Rejman Plaintiff v*. Katnriyna ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND American Martin 'Walter; n.t. ...: ::: 1291: Shaw Mrs. A B-------: !;
Joseph K. Skipper: rWra'II ';'* 111ft<<. Rejman Defendant Case NOTICE TO APPEAR Tung Mill Inc. __ 42." American Tung O roves Inc. _159.05 Noland, K. L. .____._____ ___".. 97.71 Thomas, Alfred ,__ __ UU_" I
T W. Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, No. BI5G6OKDRR. !STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edwin
i,. I. Florida OF PUBLICATION N. MacDowell. whose residence and C. A.' KNIGHT. C. A. KNIGHT
I \ Atty. for Plf 4-18 4t 6-0 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR address la % Special Service Bide. Tax Collector, Bradford County. Tax
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kat- 1601 Camp Kilmer. New Jersey. Collector County
arxyna Rejman. whose residence Is, You are acquired Into appear on
lukowler' .lablonowo Powlat Brod. May 12th. 1947. above -- -1 '17- -- _
I nlua Woj Pomorskle. Poland named. court and 0...... wherein 4.
Williamson You are required tn appear on plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
bray 19, 1947. In the above named County Telegraph shall publish this
2iMirt and cause, wherein plaintiff Order In el.xt four weekly" Issuea.Witness -
Electric Service seek divorce Bradford County my hand and official JUST PUT IT DOWN.
Telegraph shall j publish. this Order seal at Starke Florida, this April
""" ", .. In next four we.kly.I..u.. *. ". 1941. .
Witness my hand and official (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
Electrical Repairs seal at Starke, Florida, this April Ailerk of said Court
,5th. 1947.OFFICIAL. Ry Lucille C. Conner, D C. \ ..
I. and House Wiring ( !SEAL) A.3. Thoma William: D Morgan, Fifth Floor .1,.
A. Clerk of said Court.Hv Clark Bid 11'. Jacksonville. Fla. /
"ml Sr S "", .. ...r Lucille C. Conner D. 0.William Atty. for Pit. 4-11 4t 1-1 I't. 1

FREE ESTIMATES D r.f.ofIW. Floor, e
Clark .
Atty. for Plf. 4-18 41 6-9 "
rr. rr p4 COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAR.Ett&McCoonell ; "tiY.,; .. -

THERE SSA FLA. IN cinrriT COURT. ."AflPOftUt'ot'IW'rV. !: Montondo,' pi.llltiff. \ "1 _
vs. Clifford William Montondo, De 4
Y. I
f/I Curl W. Corrarlno, Plaintiff v*. fendant. Case No. 5543. 4
_ ._ _. j
--------- ----- NOTICE TO APPKAR .
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Clifford ",J. ': .

ffl Let Us Repaint and Repair Ie William: %'"( Commanding Montondo whose Officer residence Fort ...,, .) ; : ; ::

;e- Harrison Indiana. \ : ik' .,:;, .. .
You are renulred to appear on \ : .
Your Old
BicycleWe'll May 12th. 1947. In the above "
named court and oauae wherein ,
plaintiff. seeks divorce and care and \ 't. ,
Make It Like New custody of minor children. Bradford ,\ .
County Telegraph shall publish thIs ,- .
Order In next four weekly I....... :
ALSO Witness my hand. and offlolal '..
Stark., Florida this April

I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. .Thomas :. ,
FOR SALE I A. Clerk of said rourt.Hv '
r ? I Lucille C. Conner D C. .. : ;,, 5 )
Dan Kelly Fernandlna, Fla ..... ...01'I .1
BIGGS & BAKER Atty. for Plf. 4-11 4t 6.,


1. I -.105...,-W..-_-.CALL.. _----p ST. ---. ---.-_p STARKE..--, n. 1M_,-FLA.-J IV CEHY.COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA(015?. BRADFORD IV CHAN.Laurlne'p I ;:i' ';

Nunn Plaintiff va. Tin- .
wing 1!. Nunn, Jr.. Defendant. Case. : fLOIID ,oEeDf COJIr.mi"
No. 653S
wing H Nunn Jr whose residenceand
address Is: <*& Baiwlnir Nunn' t '
the wfle"s. dolly ........pe Hr., % Ralph Miller Saw atiilCamp '
Young ArlaoniftE :
t1 TIlE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE( MONiTOB. You will,,, 5n4 ,'oaselV of You are required to appear on ."...' ., -.
'4Dt4 ....'...._d persons I" "your lmmUnlty on world' cHoIrs when May 6. 194?. in the above I'
named court and wherein
rend canee. "
you widwpde
'I dotv fl.wWaPse 05001057.' You wltl 00"
plaintiff seeks divorce. PvadfordCounty
fresh, mM viewpoint, fuller .
4 e richer underttondlna. i o' odoy'e vOol,
new* ftUS help from ,It*, excsjt.ve. feoMrei on hen.mek Telegraph I shall publish this .t
1 .Ion. buMMM, vhearer, .......0. ..radio -" sAga.ti order In next four weekly lasueeWltnesn .'; '
; .......1.. ejew fre j 1---....-------___________ eal at Starke my, Florida hand .and,. tMsr official April :;.;'. 'J j 4., t 4v..v.a.a 4 .._ ;':.
& sale. ....... -_. n.e Ct.rlll".. SC//....,. "Ish'no' Socl.ty; I. 1911. ; .,. 'I t'$8' '"
I ..'".'"18''' elt.. One. Norway SI..t. loelan I IS. Mo... U. S. A. .1., OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I;. .. .I I".

..tlo fe" 1 I I r..1owd Ie $1. ,., ....lctJ ..t._ ...... TN avis A* Clerk of said Court. suits5. 't'. .
: ::, .....,.. I Ie....... Monitor for _,'" : T.Py Frank Lucille"' Landrum C. Conner Starke[>. C. Fla. l ....I it' lii. ..

...._..._. Atty. for Pit. 4-4 4t t.,. Locate factory ,v
_........' ___ = 1' your anywhere

1 Sfteet._....._ _._____________ I II .. iw rmcriT -COURT.- BRADFORD !('t i.; along Florid* "copper highway _.>

I Ulty.__......_.._.___.____ Zone.... Stohi.._..... COV1TY.. FLORIDAI IV' CHAN.CHRY. i"1':: ..-e of progress. Excellent -

Vina Anderson Wnlty, Plaintiff, va' : \,,, sites are plentiful. And whichever
frank A. Walty, Defendant. Case oM ; 'trW
No. IS47. :; t-": location you choose you wiU be 4 .'4' wFiv4.
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .. ., assured of dependable power from a I
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frank ; : ': tj

;hl.: % ,..- --.---.-.. -='.FOR SALE== =- dress A. You Walty I I.are.,unknown.whose rmiirnd resIdence ta appear and ad-on : ::,:.4;. ..' : far-flung modem system interconnected keyed to the system future with_ a /

1Li 16x16 Army Hutments May named. Itth.Court 1947.and cause In the wherein above .'. a long range expansion program now under ,

4 $200 EACH DELIVERED County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce..shall publish. Bradford this .,. \\1','. way. $16,500,000 to be spent this year alone.

Order In next four weekly issues .., You
ST.RK.ND: VICINITY Witness my hand and official have quick access to three major ,

ALSO seal 1 9.( 1947 at Stark. Florida. tnis April 'i(:: markets: Latin America, Florida and Southeastern United States. :


1 complete heating unit with 41 steam Aa By Clerk Lucille of C. laid Conner Court T>. C ; ", .1 IfcmZSt have hTMli.y! employees happy to be permanently located
k.-, radiators. T Atty.Frank for Landrum Plf. Starke.4-11 Flu.4t C-X the finest places to work, play and live the year around

4 hot water units with lOOO-gallon tanks. Yes there Is a place In the sun of golden
IV' CIRCUIT ('ol.n.... opportunity anywhere along
t'f. Toilets and cast iron wash sinks. COIN'IV. FLORIU4.I IV: C1IAV. Flozida's copper highway" for industries seeking
,; Electric flztures.Miscellaneous ; CFRY.Fernle business frontier with Iota of fast-expandina. new
plumbing fixtures- oil pipe. Potter Plaintiff v*. Mar commercial elbow room.iIU.N1Aii4i1Tg .
garet Mary Potter Defendant. Case
: Adjustable library shelves. No. 5044.
rwt. Sheet galvanized: metal. AND: "':0'1' "'J!: TO APHRAIl ( eVlil: ')ICIflII

3t I' 21x43 Buildings with Notclty Sldln Mary STATE Potter OF FLORIDA whose Margaret WIII1 IUM
last known
All sizes Water Pipe, Valves and Fittings.

All Sizes Lumber. CAKE

st11? 1-4 Inch Plywood. Half Price.

I% No. t Oak Flooring.

Windows and Frames Complete.

.4f4li. Screens and Doors.

,, hl Aluminum Hoofing.

i:1: Cement I'laster-mortar mix. finish lime.

i lot of outdoor recreation Contented. happy work' "'" "" ..
4lf Not is Florida a
SEE J. M. EDWARDS orowNo date
BAKED SPECIALFor happy income io_.
families ; Florida UOM
I .r* produce better-high hug rapidly. It .Is Jvtt next Power

Bradford Engineering Co. WeddinRS. Birthdays, healthy$ children, good moral. keept production door to booming latin no state bonded d.b, Company now in t.ie:

etc. schools healthful food friendly taxes for homo midst of a hugs! -pin--
.. high. And Ideal :
:' W -- S=SSS- = PHONE 94 r. health America the ideal point and buainesa-an lion Ypoople will be
LAPPE BAKERY Florida. hue! to live in conditions keep .lost time for selling and servicing! trial climate*a*I_"Indu.I"" ", assured of plenty dependable

SQ 0 nimvM. this vast market. power from our

a CIa owe natural clima'.. .intsrconneyst.m.! .Jr.