Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 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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Still Under Military Control BRADFORD COUNTY TELECRMH 1I I I

tart letter clarifying: the present status of Camp Blan-

u'ee"""received this week by the Telegraph and is published be. ,

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Jacksonville Real Estate, Florida Branch Berry Production Movie On MilkingTo Football Game Accident Victims Dog Ordinance I

23, April, 1947 Be Shown_HereA Show ImprovementMarlon

T.. Matthews Telegraph, Editor Reaches Peak full color and sound film, entitled And May Queen Manning one of three To Be Enforced

f"rd County "No Hand Stripping", will local I youths! who were seriously

Florida bit shown at the courthouse !here Injured In a motorcycle accident
I Sir I As Prices Thursday, May 8, at 8 p. m. The Share SpotlightStarke's near Jacksonville, April 1ft. Is recovering -, Mayor States"

his> letter Is being written to you In the hopes that you may see Lag film was prepared by Babson I at the home of his parents -

publish! same In your newspaper In the next edition In order that Bros. Co., builders of the "Surge", Mr. and Mm. Vullia Manning : a

,formation contained herein may reach as many residents as Derry production here reached In ,cooperation with Dr. W. E. five candidates for May and Is now able to walk In spite of the fact that City

who live in the vicinity of Camp Blanding, Fla., relative to ita season peak Tuesday when 2- Peterson and the Unlvernity' of I IMnn9ll0ta. Queen will highlight the parade with the aid of crutches. Clerk Carl Johns reported yesterday ,
le Blanding. 300 crates of fruit crossed the ; I which forms late this afternoon I John Henry Walker; who wns that only 27 Starkeltea have
of Camp
.clal status Farmers Market platform at an Those who attend this showing I to( proceed to the BH3 athletic the most seriously Injured, Is still I obtained licenses for their dog,

mbtloss" you are aware that Camp Blending as an active MilI- average price of $6. Since Wednesday will see the process of milking I field for the annual Tornado In a crtlcal condition in the Lake' as now required by city ordinance

jase was deactivated effective January 31, 1947, which means of last week a total of through a window in the cow's i spring practice exhibition game at i City Veterans HoHpltal. II Mayor Chas. A. Darby states that

uitlve! Military Forces are no longer occupying It, but it does not 10. 38 crates were sold here at udder; and will learn how milk 7 p. m. This event will precedethe men McTntoHh, the third local members of the police force have I

that Camp Blanding la now open to the public, as it U still a an average of $5.46: bringing made, stored and forced' down. 1.1 coronation ceromony to beheld youth Involved In the accident In: been given orders to start enforcing I I

,ry Reservation, and instead of being under the control of the growers an estimated gross ot The public is invited to In the USO building at 1):30: Improving at his home near I the drive,, against unlicensed

,uniting General, Third Army, Atlanta, Ga., It Is now in they J57.955.CO.: ) this free motion picture. i o'clock, when the fortunate candidate Starke. I dogs Saturday

of the District Engineer, Corps of Engineers Savannah Ga., Although some growers have I will be crowned May Queen The accident occurred as the "Officers have been armed with

'lective purposes and the disposal of all buildings Is under the expressed d i Is a ppointment at and will lead the grand march, boys were returning from a BITS pistols, and we really mean busi J

iiction of this office prices now prevailing observerswho Two Cases Tried with her partner, to open the "kid day" outing at Jacksonville ness,. Mayor Darby stated yes
coronation ball.Candidates Beach. The colored driver of a
terday. "I regret that so few own
Blanding then, In other words is still a Military Renervaid study the market state that '
imp for and their big truck Is said to have
queen grocery ers have obtained licenses for
subject to all rules and regulations of similar Institutions. pected better prices In view could of hardly"the flood ex-of In Circuit CourtOnly sponsors are: cut In ahead of them causing the their dogs Up to date, but we feel,
be only to desiring to In- ,
to the Camp can granted persons berries from Louisiana Mills Selma Sapp America collision. that the public has had fair warning f
the buildings with a view of purchasing same, and it Is not open fact that North and the Legion. In this matter, and we will J.'
Carolina Is beginning
.ual visitors! sight-seers, hunters, fishermen, or cattle grazers. to two cases reached the I Miss Idell Landrum Lion s proceed to enforce this ordinance
ship. Louisiana had 76 Jury this week when BradfordCounty's Selective Service
,fee( does not desire to prosecute for trespass any person or cars out Tuesday, selling for an Club.Miss starting Saturday..
spring of Circuit
the misconception that all lands comprising Campng I Janet Andt'rsonVom- The license ordinance
who through average of $4 for 24 pint crates. Court convened in the courthousehere. new was i
are now open to the public, which Is not the case as Camp Market Manager R. B. Alvarez an's Club. enacted by the City Council several
Eighth Judicial Circuit Office ClosesLocal
Mills Marian Brown Junior
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ng Is still a Military Reservation under the complete control of states that representatives o If Judge A. Z. Adklns presided overMonday's Woman's Club. I weeks ago In the hope thatIt

',r Department and the regulations of the Department are still three cOld'pa.k: plants are buying and Wednesday's sessions Miss Ann Wilt Rotary Club. would aid the police departmentIn
drive tn combat the I
"e relative to trespass. on the platform were now, and a the only two days that Those who wish to do so may Board Number One Brail- a stray
nulitance. The licensesarrived
e improved area of the Camp is open for inspection by possible fourth Is expected to start operating court was held. I continue to vote today by placing ford County's one and only Selective dog at the City Hall new last'week

lasers under the Invitation to Bid as issued by this office beth today. They are paying The Jury brought in a "not coins or bills in the candidate Service Board and only

hours of 8:30: A. M. and 3:30: P. M. week days during the from $4 to $4.50 (and crates back) guilty"\ verdict Wednesday afternoon I boxes that have been placed 1 In too well known to all Bradford, and Before are now a license on sale will there.be (Issuedthe
and will probably continue to take In the case of the State of males from 18 to 63: passed Into
oi sales!, but all other persona other than those engaged in : local drug stores and other prom- owner of the dog must present
and their shall be berries as long as growers wll Florida versus Shl Smith and Albert -( Inent places. Funds obtained will oblivion yesterday when IU Arm I
ijiimntllng of purchased buildings employees a certificate showing that the
i bring them to the market. Newmans, each charged with I be used by the PTA to continue ory office wen closed, Its records
a Military Reservation until further animal has been Innculatod.
!''erci'! "' as trespassers upon Thus far this season 34,64 aggravated assault "Not guilty"was 1 Its teen-age recreational programs were shipped' Into temporary Inoculations are being performed

crates of berries have been' sold also the jury's decision Wednesday -( through the summer. storage at Ulnndlnic"", and Its clerk,
locally T N. Kendrick, a
Yours very truly, here for an estimated total of morning following the Football Feature Mrs Rhoda Dampier, was placedon
Orange Street Nelson T. Green,
ADDISON' MARTIN, $26 ,872.65. for D. N. Harris "permAnt'nt"ll'ation..
hearing charged The exhibition football game a who lives between Starke and
Area Real Estate Manager &: Disposal Officer. Manager Alvarez urges grower with driving under the Influence feature of the day's events, will Mrs. Dampier, official clerk! to Liiwtey; and Dr. J. P. Mack\

to give him Information concern- of alcohol and causing damage to begin at Bradford Park at 7 p. m. the Board almost continuouslysince Thomas St., east of the Reno Ball

Lions Receive Rites Held .Tuesday--I Ing their beans squash and other property I i Graduating members of the Tornado its inception In October, park r
ke early produce as he has buyer During a busy day Monday the squad will be seen In action 1940, revealed that the Board

ional Charterala For Mrs. Griffis who are eager to operate here. court dismissed charges against against\ next year's prospects registered a total of 4000 men f

However, unless advance Information Randall Newsome Indicted on There will ba an admission. charge during the six registrations. Of FFA Members ; 1

Banquet Funeral services for Mrs., K L. is given concerning these moral charges; set May 7 for trial of 25c and all proceeds will g,0, that number, however 1038 were

Griffis were held Tuesday after- Of Willie Q. Wall charged with : the 4 -to-6 -year-oldllters who t
the I crops, the necessary arrangements to the PTA. The May Queen I
National Charter for i noon at 2 o'clock In the Boatdrain cannot be made to dispose of theft of & house trailer; dismissed candidates will be sponsors at were' 'required to register duringthe To Here
Lions Compete
I iy organized Starke Baptist Church with the Rev. Cur- them when they mature Alvarez lottery charges: against Ike Fel-, this event. .' fourth registration, "The \ \ :
here Monday
lu was presented tis Harris pastor officiating as- states. -, der; and designated today. May Probable starting lineup of the number who were called or en-

Ibtld the climax of a gala Club ban- slated by the Rev. L.' G. Heming 2,.for hearing ,lottery charge a- Junior team will be: J. Rivers, listed through our Board was Members, 'at- :th"radfor4
In the Woman's Mrs. Griff had been In fall rainst'clack Parker and Willie 1.173," Mrs. Dampier said. Future Farmers
around way. : LE; W. Andrews, LT; B. Frazier, County Chapter
:g and attended by ing health for some time and died Music FestivalAtBHS'MayTtK MeCrary. LO; Gao.'' RobertA C; K. Orl.ler, She explained, that thefiled ,of America, ;:.wljl compete in sv I \

ne. their wives, and d1bed 7 Sunday at her home southeast of {/:'tonday J. W. J3arfleld, charged RO; ..S. Crews, RT;. J. Phillips, reQP"t; IAab. taro at.ita1llJ+ : ) group of sgven.lentestaeponsoredi: .: I a ,

guests' j,Starke.A .' ., ,a *> CAri transporting goods for hire RB$K.: Shull QB:; J. McRae and BlandUlttN an Indefuuttf period by the' Florida' rF A' association.* I

nUtlon of the Charter was: '*- native of Clay County, MrrfCSrlffls : : without a".,certificate,? pleaded' R. Ray, HB_ ; D. Reddish, FB. and'the* removed to the Federal to beheld at the fttarke, school,] '' too

by Joseph A. Alvarez DIs- spent 'most of her life' in guilty and wa\ sentenced to co tit. Record Depot in St. Augustinefor Saturday May 3. I I i

ans Governor, of Pen acola,, Bradford. Besides." her husbandshe Several persons forfeited bond Hold RallyAt permanent' safekeeping. Members of the Hastings, St. '

descrIbed the high Ideals] of Is survived by flans eons Or- The music department .of the previously posted by failure to ap. Drys "It Is no( longer necessary for Augustine Starke, Alachua. La-,

rganizatlon and, told of the ville J. (Jock) Grlffta, Leesburg, Bradford County Elementary pear. They'were: Samuel lien' Brooker TuesdaySigners men to carry classification cards Crosse, and Palatka Chapters will, 'I t tcompf'te

spirited work being carried and Arnold Leo Luther and Roy School will observe Music Week natt. Indicted on, lottery charges: and registration certificates as In the district meet, here.?:

Lions Clubs in all parts of Grlffls, all of Starke; two daugh- with a May Day Festival programon and M. D. Hbwell.. Sheldon R. of the petition being, that requirement expired March under the direction of V. R. Fer-f '
8 In the BHS Moore and H. S. all charged circulated seeking a wet-dry election : local vocational agriculture
untry. ters, Mrs. J. E. Sullivan and Mrs. Thursday May Byrd. 31 of thiN year," she said. gUHon
this! significant event the Myrtle Priest, both of Starke; a USO auditorium. One performance with transporting goods for hire in Bradford who now desireto Stafford L Crows of New Instructor. State contests will be i

n'i Club was attractively brother L. E. Lee, Starke, and a will be given at 1 p. pre, and without certificates of public convenience -I remove their names from the River, Chairman since 1013, was held In Gainesville the last week. t

tfd with flowers and crepe, sister Mrs Manning Griffis, also another at 8 p. m. and necessity. paper may do so by notifying the the only charter member remain- In June, at which time cash awards ,

carrying out the organlza- of Starke. The program will be In two Elgin Mull, charged with em- Board of County Commissioners, on the Hoard when It dissolved will be made to the -win-
color scheme of orange and, Burial was In Kingsley Lake parts as follows: bezzlement; a man named O'ToOl M. O. Harrell, Board Chairman, this week. The other two ners. I I
Cemetery. Part I (by the Third Grade) alias Fred Nolan, charged with told( Bradford County Drys at members of the throe-man Board Among the contests. will be pub :

rngthe Charter presenta- The coming of Spring. May; forgery; Robert F. Cowan under Brnoker's Tuesday night rally, Dr. W. 11. Parks and 1*. L. lie speaking, parliamentary procedure I

Edward Stephens, Deputy Queen, Jane Rlcharde; Spring Indictment for grand larceny; and Speaking to an attentive crowdof were !both of Starke. Others string band, quartette, '

't Governor, Installed then Recent Births Margaret Rose Duncan; Attendants Leroy Wexter, charged with deserting over 100 persons in the Brooker Bridges, the Hoard during Us harmonica, diamond! ball, andhorseshoe j i
( charter officers of theW THORNTON Billy Harrington. John Mack and withholding support school Harrell. who Is the Brooker serving worn pitching ,
WAYNE one-half history
DONALD six and
Club: A. cast and not in custody District Five, member of the year The Bradford County Chapterhad
B. Baker preslI 1-, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ellis Thornton Newsome; supporting from his family, were W. H. Edwards, Jr.. of Lawtey,
I A. Canova, first \lceH. Don chorus, members of all Third of the court and all were Commission stated: "Some have of 73 members as of January 1.
announce the birth of a son, the late Powell Carpenter
"; E. Tucker, second Grades. placed on the absentee docket. told me that they signed the putt
ald Wayne, on Tuesday, April 15./ I Starke, and N. D WainwrIght, t
president; F. C. Holllngs- Part II (by the Sixth Grade) a Wednesday Robert Burroughs tlon and now want their names Jr. also of Htarke. I i Patten Opens Office ;

third vice president: Earl JUDY LEE McltAE Stephen Foster play to honor the pleaded guilty to the larceny of off of It, and I suggest this: come I Here This Week

mpbell, secretary: K. G. :Mr.: and Mrs. Julian E. McRaeof Foremost American folk song com- an automobile, but sentence has before the Board or notify us In I I ,

::1, treasurer; James A. Hope Valley. R. I., announce poser. Cast as follows: not been passed. writing that you want your name Rotary Inducts I George L. Patten a Joint. board :

Won Tamer: and Harley the birth of a daughter, Judy Lee, Stephen Foster, James Newsome, Four civil suits were set for removed and we will strike It off, 'Two New Members member 0: the Interstate Commerce -

'on*. Tall Twister oit Friday April 25/ In the Wake- M. Foster, Levy Canova, Jr.: hearing when the court recon- If a man willfully signs his name : Commission for nine years,

I N. Bragaw, president of field R. I., hospital. Mr. McRae Mrs. Foster Thelma Barton; Mor venes Tuesday'at 10 a. m. I to a petition" ho can willfully re- Two_ new members, O.: L. Pat:I and former executive secretary of

clwonville Riverside Lions Is the son of 1I
revved as toastmaster, and McRae of Starke and a graduateof Edward Wlegand; Jane Farm Bureau The Commissioner continued. "I law offices hero and Dr. K. I' opened law offices. this week Is.

MJ assisted by tt. A. Dur- BHS. Carolyn Edwards; Susan, Betty have been Informed that the petition Stubbins, local dentist, were wel- the quarters formerly occupied by !tr I
*l Joe Jerry Will See Films will be presented at the next Club at
V the Jacksonville Beach Bryant; Old Black comed Into the Rotary Campbell's Accounting Service I ,
who LEROY EUGENE BENNETT Jones darkles and chorus members first Monday meeting. The the regular Wednesday luncheon
presented the enter- ; At May 2 MeetingTwo : over the Hart Furniture Co.
"it Mr and Mrs. Arnold E. Bennett, Sixth Grades. meeting referred to Is next Mon- During the absence of
features Including two of the i meeting. Mr. Patten, who received his'degree t I
Winters by Sonny Hewlett of Anderson, Ind., are announcing Admission will be 15o: for interesting films "SlnginjWires" day's wanton in the courthouse President J. C. Hoover, who Is at the University of FlorIda -. ; ..1
k. birth of a Leroy Eugene.on Grades 7-12.; here. He explained to Ms audience convention
tIle son 23c for
nvlUe.ng Grades 1-6; and "Frozen Freshness'will attending a photographer's In 1933.: practiced here, for
25 at St John's Hospital I that the Chairman of the Beach this :
the evening a sizeable April and 60c for adults. be shown by representative In West Palm three years following graduation'
rag In Anderson. Mrs. Bennett Is the teachers-Tickets and ... Co. County Commission, the County week the meeting was presidedover I
raised for the new Assisting of the Florida Power Light In association.. with T. Frank Lan- t
treasury by auctioning off former Miss Helen Kalch. daughter programs: Mrs. Denton Mrs at the regular meeting of the Judge and the Supervisor of Reg-lawIf by E. L. Matthews. I drum local attorney. lie left In oj, 1

articles. Millard Conklin of L. R. Kalch, of Hampton. Biggs; Costumes and make-up: Bradford County Farm Bureau, istration would, with according sufficient to Brief reports on the Assembly 1934 to accept a position with the I. ,

Ytoll4 Beach served a* SPARKS- THOMAS Mrs. Sheppard; Mrs. McRae Mrs. Friday night. May 2, in the courthouse the petition si tl' held at Daytona Beach the first Railroad Commission. For the
soar Pellum, Mrs. Frazier; Music directing at 7:30 m. A business number of signers presented week were made by 1'real-: aesoci"i'. ,\
Mr.. and Mrs. B. L. Thomas an- : p. the Commissioners, check the signatures ,, of the past two years he has been ,
Illrellll:! of welcome was nounce the arrival of a daughter, U. Barnes. meeting will follow the program. : on the petition against dent-elect J. H. Dupre and Becreary ated with the Mllam law firm In f
by President Wires" Is the story of Junlus M. Smith. j
Baker and8radahaw SeletaSparks. born April 27 In "Singing the signatures In the county regHtratktn JackNonvlIle. .
of the Qr nresponded. Sbadycrest Hospital. Mrs.."Thomas Billy Jackson Now Boba likeable, ambitious farm bnokif. Speaking of Hans Walker announced that
Pl'\nrs\ club and his family who live ona has agreed Park To Present 1
1i. The M the former Miss Seleta Sparks, For Central toy legalized whiskey he said "per Attorney J. Turn Watson k
J. Churchwell delivered daughter of Mr and Mrs. S. E. Agent backward, un-electrifled farm. sonally, I think It's wrong but ; to address the club here at Comedy Film Fare I
Vocation which preceded the Mr. Thomas, Life for them Is a dreary, discouraging early date and It was suggested S
Sparks. At present BUly Jackson this week was appointed officially I will strictly abide by :
of unend-
roast turkey and "an a marine Is In Tokyo. Bradford County.agent of battle against for he law. I. that an Invitation be extended "Lady Luck",r. sprightly comedy t
'IIID1Jnll" work with nothing to show to "
3:1: I Central Truck Lines, succeeding "If don't want that election to other group drama featuring Robert Ij 't t tYoung .
Charter R. M. Stewart Then one day Bob notices thewires you
Mr. and Mrs. it with Rotary :
Members hold a Joint
of !
the Jackson. The new agent off Barbara Hale, and Frank A
J. Q. r must keep those names
baby the you
of a stretched sky
arrival against
ter, E.are: R. C. Buford. A. announce the Hospital 'stated that he will operate one barn, ando i hat petition" he concluded. on that date. Morgan, will be shown .at the f41 ,;;+ f
County behind his neighbor'
I. Alachua
.irt i BlgHl K. a- D"n- daughter at Isflight In the county with headquar- Wilbur A. Scott Chairman of A letter was read by Secretary Park Theatre Sunday through ;'t ,
: Stewart van of life as '
.. V. Campbell L. A. last week. Mr. ten In the warehouse located at l him they sing a song the Bradford County Drys. pre- Smith from W. Brantley Brannon, Tuesday Completing the bill will I. ::.1 1 .
1. Conway-Libby could be for him and his fa inly -
t1rorth M. Edwards, F. C. \ Instructor at Tenth, and Walnut streets. The It electrified farm. How Ided over the meeting and other president of the Lake City Club, be news and comedy. 'i; .

5.: Harry H. Houston Airpark. company baa two telephones. 183 -on an Ms dream come true speakers included the Rev. C. A. expressing appreciation for the Next Wednesday sod Thursday ,

Charley E. Johns S. 49W. Bob makes H. H. Lewis A. D. Martin hospitality of the Stark. club as the Park will present a double "
and Crosby
Jr.. T. Frank Landrum Boy Scout NewsScout Jackson was agent for Central and, incidentally makes, wins a story the that 1'11'1next Howard 'Mott L. T. Voss I demonstrated by the entertainment combining "Wife Want ; f

11 Ia, H. A. Man..aa, Truck Lines here for four years door to Coleman Padgett. L. A. Brown : for Lake City last week ed", with Kay Francis and Paul ,I,
attention from beginning
bul ftteithA. E. McKinney, Troop 70 met Monday prior to his tour of duty In the bolds E. C. Hernwall and Ben Rowe. Cavanagli, and "Without Reservation j: .1'.1'f..ature. 1'
Olson J- W. POOser. night at 7:30: In the American armed forces during the war. He end. ImmunizationsGiven *, ", I :
Freshness" gives a -
IIIoIl4, Harley F. Strong Legion Hall with 13 members In west Starke with his Frozen and John ;
resides To MeetThe
!'Ode. r"H.E. Tucker, present. Miss Audrey Carlisle .wife and their two children. complete! demonstration of the Reaction W.S.CS. At SchoolThe I The t I II
AabWig Scout'scooperation preparation packaging
C ) R. E. Mun.Robt WM present and asked the vegetables, andmeaLs WSC3 Circles of the Meth- I the Park l 1 ': :' a
Festival of fruits I
J. Immunizationswere
1.IcGrtff, In the May Day L. D. Vlnln spent following "Young '
W O. Mr. and Mrs. homercexers. odlt Church will meet Monday i
E. PTA in locker plant or to students In the
the given
DoWling sponsored by rel-
Ceo being in Dublin, Gawith o'clock. sell and
ope. Saturday afternoon. May a, at :
Dr- the Scouts Starke school on Thursday, April "
W.Brownlee. C. 1 1. on :May 2. She asked They were accompaniedo One will meet "Trailing : : 1'1
J' < itlves. Is Invited to Circle Number Canova.'J ,
T. and sellinghot The general public 2", by the Bradford Health Department -
Webb In preparing VlBlngP r- western I
to 141"1. ; .
J. W. Ant' help a"bicycle" Dublin by these films and farmers from with Mrs.: Annie Lou Godwin and ,I i
: I
plans see
Dinkins The Troop W. L Joiner, Brown. i d
and E. P. dogs. Lakeon eats, Mr. and Mrs. of the county are especially Mrs. Caro Chandler at their I
all parts
Kingsley weeks vaccinations 84
hike to who spent the past two to attend. residence on North Cherry St. Smallpox ; diphtheria
d I' May 10. herewith them. Sunday Mr. and urged Circle Number Two meets with (first do*.) 57; diphtheria Mrs. D. F. I
Spender and Mr"- In Valdoeta booster( dose) 9. to her home
spent home
Vlnln at
1111II and MrsTr. H. Slade and 'Mrs.. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Devlin en; Mrs. K. 8. Matthews: tl r
children of Mr. and .* of :Mr. Vlnlngroth Walnut St. Mrs A, W. Additional Immunizations: were log some ,
Were Bax- Ga., a* gee daughter Anne, were visiting on North
guests Wednes.. family spent the weekend In r-in-law and sister. Mr. aad little will be co-hostess. given Wednesday. Mrs. P. !C. "
y4 and visiting > Mr. and Mrs. 1. J. Green and Anderson
'r. J. R. Ga..
Wainr.lllly. ley' and Baconton. '14rg. W. J. Tlmmerman. ; 'ij ,

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Bradford County Telegraph State Mrs.Mr.Paul and Meng Mrs., Loretta Laurence and Meng Vir- Graham C A. K E

ginia Meng Mr. and Mda. M. L. By Mr*. John McHJnney
.By. Mm.. Bryan. . I ; Watterson and Arthur M. Wat- .. . . .
'. terson were sight-seeing
It Published Every Friday and Entered as Second COMMUNITY: CLUB MEJ: Augustine Friday of last week. I Milliard Broughton Is now em-
3 ClaM Matter at the Pout Office at Starke, Fla. Last Tuesday's Mrs. Margaret Lorenzo ot: I'' ployed, in Galne vllle. .
log of the Community Tampa was the weekend guestof Henry Youngblood. of Waldo,
7 Interesting. Presided Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lamor was visiting: his sister, Mrs. John
MEMBERSubscription 1947 McKlnny. who is confined to the BAKED
Mrs. P. D. Fancher the eaux. SPECIAL
ritual was Impressive.Mrs. Mr. and Mr* O. L.:Bedenbaughand Shadycreut Hospital in, Starke For Weddings
93 Annually 91.10 For Six Months due to illness Saturday. : Birthda
: J. A. Bouvier gave son Larry, of Deland were etc.
: -q Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnny are
; Ing "Tomorrow," and guests of relatives here last week.
I announcing the birth of a daughter -
Hembree and Mrs. J. G. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams LAPPE BAKEsmlECIeI
thi GRADUATES WEIGH ARMY CAREERS Thursday April 24, at the
read selections In and Mrs. Marshall Matchett were
High schools this year will graduate 500,000 youths from Ted Malon's shopping In Gainesville Thursdayof Shadycrest Hospital In Starko.

i'' s, who will take divergent paths to different futures. Some L. A. Shepherd spoke to last week. ..
on the subject of Mrs. J. W. Horne and Mrs.
# I r will go on to college, othtiS! into business and industry, and religious services. Douglas P. Hardy attended the
the War Department hopes that an increasing number will Following: the BUS Glee Club concert In Starke
seek a career in the new Regular Army. Through the U. S. hostesses' Mrs. J. M. I Thursday night of last week. J
I Army Recruiting Service, the opportunities which the Army Mrs. Jack Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Owen SimmonS:
wiches and Coca-Col and daughter. Carolyn, Mr. and
offers young men are being outlined to high school students flower. In variety and Mrs. K. B. Watterson, Mr. and I,
who will graduate in June. were used In decorating Mrs. Luther Watterson, A. M.
,;: It The Army needs about 30,000 volunteers every month Room for this occanlon. Watterson Frederick and Har-

r, to keep the service up! to strength-1,070,000 men-and it is BRIDGE CLUB 1\IEJ<: Gay vene were Watterson visiting tad Mr.Miss and Madge Mrs.R. FRIDAY & SATURDAY MAY 2 & 3SAPP'S

pointed out that a substantial number of these men must be Arrangements of mixed F. Touchton in Bell Sunday.For .
ti flowers added to the STARLINGS
high school graduates. More than numbers are needed. The
Mrs. C. M. Turney's stamp' pads, stamp pad o
{ Regular Army must have alert, young men capable of-staffIng she entertained the Ink, rubber stamps', daters nunaherrrs *
'i the new Army of Science. Bridge Club last see The TELEGRAPH.

wld P b The Army hopes to get many such soldiers from the ernoon. STORE GROCERY
Prize awards at this
.,, mt high schools. It has been the policy of the War Department
follows cards
were as : to 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. Call
I + to encourage young men to finish their schooling before C. Wallace for high ; I __ i
4 volunteering. High-school graduates are best qualified to salts to Mrs. W. N. -
take the technical training in 'Army service schools;''and second high, and soap Van Brode VARIETY Swift's Brookfield
(3Ir, v '' i three-year enlistments are encouraged, for these provide the J. R. Kite in bingo. The
' time for into served a dessert course
necessary converting tyros specialists. CEREALSlOc BUTTER68c
conclusion of the
While learning, the soldier receives full pay, and Army 4( M
pay today is the highest in history. A private receives $75 Mr. and Mrs. H. M. 4.AMM....'.) *C
per month, compared with $19.50 in 1939, plus 20 per cent; family moved during the w-'eI i, qotN Per
: Lb.
art. ,
u I' extra pay for service overseas and 50 per cent more for fly-: week Into the Dunbar -rq >t, J Pkg.
(' ii a \ing duties. There is a 5 per cent automatic increase for I Summer vacation N40 .

tach three years of service. week who for attended the Farm Union boys 12 Big, New Advantages... ,, .. .. ,
With food, lodging medical care, clothing and other schools. .H..r.ht| SNuo.eon, t..uINI.t.. > Grade "A" Round
New OnoUnlt Tiny N w Comort>Cuna Fresh Picked
+ benefits, the average soldier has a larger "real income" than From the Senior : ,.and w...... D...rn
many in industry. He gets 30 days' vacation a year, too, published In the .N.w Piill Tone* .Ntw".-ColI"ou'ButlonSmt O'o|
: .c I and can retire after 20 years-on $107 per month for,, life week It Is noted that .N.w W.fwttiln Stylt_ vnlt S llmM II* ill, .. STRAWBERRIES- STEAK49c
I d I if he reaches the grade of master sergant, $185 monthly for hap nine members of DR. GEO. E. FARRAR
serving 30 High's graduating class :
I Leslie Delbert
Many graduating this will carefully Lb.
young men year Herbert Fillyaw and
j' weigh the attractive career offered by the "new" regular Brown Godwin and Drop Dr. Farrar A Card
army. For those physically and psychologically adapted to ginia Engram Dertle and For FREE DemonstrationAt
army life, it seems to be a "pretty good deal". Morgan Melba : Your Home. No Ob 15c Pint Standard PackTomatoes
Pauline Brannen.Mr. lfjtatlon.SigT.tseeing .
and Mrs. J. W. I
and Richard Woodward
Saturday from Hmson Shortening Swift'sJEWEL

f Starke Battery Service I ILocated had death count been of of the Mr.for Ulnelu about Woodward's and a week Charter Trips Trips. .'. 3 Cans 49c

Mrs. Woodward.
e Passenger Trips. .
r pathy l Is extended to 1 Lb. Ctn.39c

at Temple & Lake Service Station I the Mrs.family.V. R. Reddish of 4Lb. Ctn. 1.49FRESH 3 Bread j
was the guest of Mr. BIRDSEYE VIEW OF I. I
J. G. Godwin from AND

Rebuilt Batteries Thursday of last week. HMtford:1 ,KINGSLBY CAMP BLANDING,LAKE $2.? ,
B-M3R y Mrs J. M. Bradley and Dressed & Drawn HEINZBABYFOOD
and Carolyn Bradley] made .
bined business and

j $6.00_ up week.M.to Jacksonville. Friday See Starke From FRYERS63c

.!, C. Roberts, The Air $1 and up
' : And Your Old Battery Bryan Whltfleld Lb. 3 For .25

dog show staged by the ,
I ; Guaranteed WorkDon't Kennel Club there Sunday. r .. .." .. .." I
1"" of the four fox hounds Great NorthernBEANS i MEET THE NEW
Conway AirparkLACY
tered were awarded .
' Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
Discard Your Old Battery of River Junction spent CONWAY Butcher"Little

I' weekend with Mr. and R. M. STUART
Let Us Rebuild It Fancher.Mr. ,
and Mrs. R. W. Commercial FlightInstructors Joe"STARKE
Miss Pauline Brannen vl 2 Lbs. 29c

!H. H. Gainey In Brooker
'Miss Roberta Whitflold. I
teacher in Leesburg ,
weekend at home.
MUses Barbara Moore
tey and June Caldwell
Grocery weekend together, first
+ mer and then the latter
host ens.
I r, WEEKEND SPECIALS Mr. an dMrs. W. O.
4} 1 as their visitors (
and Sunday Mr. and
lee Snyder of Jacksonville.Mrs.
J. M. Brownlee of
Y -
was: the luncheon guest
and Mrs. W. G.
Blue RoseRICE
31b. day.
42c Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Pkg. ch;ldren, Henry, Jr., and
Ann of Jacksonville,
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bouvler Sunday.Mrs. .
Creamery J. M. Hembree
W. N. North and
Lb. 69c North were In Gainesville
Butter day> afternoon to attend
with which Mrs. J. L.
honored her little daughter

3 Plenty SOAP FLAKES Saturday J '- 1

Y OLEO all brands lb. - 42cI I

MILK 2 tall cans - 25c

1 Hamburger. F !\ TownshlGround Ib. 35c Co.auh 118 i T la! r : .

pdPOTTED MEAT Can 5c aboutInsurance

I ee /
Charley: E.

f Wisconsin\ CHEESE, lb. 45c Agency

r 1

;!1 COCA-COLAS, 6 for 25c .

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. . and children, Mr. and Mrs, Herman . e . .--- -. -, __ J
with Mr. .
and Mrs. Lloyd Barry I. . . ,
Thomas and Miss Agnes daughter Carolyn were guests of ter at this writing.
ne Level Thomas attended services at Rock Brooker Mr and Mrs. Ovid< Lewis of Mrs. Jones' sister Mrs. Ethel Mr, and Mrs. Edward Norman I
Church Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Rising
near Brooker
Sunday. Russ, at Brooker Sunday. and son, Herbert, were visitingMr
,N.'i.. 1'1.. McRaead . Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake .By Mm. T. W. Markey afternoon.and Mrs. E. T. Stewart Monday By JMtS. EDDIE NOKMAM. Herbert Norman has been on \ and Mrs. J. E. Drlggers, of
Geneva is the t
e .
of e
guest her we II
andof and daughter-in-law son Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke was . . . the sick list this week, but U bet- Llthla last week.
Grady Nettles Mr. and Mrs. MB. AND MKMOTT I
Jackaonville. were reeats Robert Myrlck. She was visiting HONORED AT PARTY visiting her mother, Mrs John The Singing Convention was ...... .
Mrs. Nettles' In Starke with Mrs. Mabel Sul- Mr. and Mrs. N C. Mott were Cone. Saturday afternoon. held at Corinth Baptist Church !
hrs of J. E. Star- livan Monday.Mr. honored with a delightful surprise! Miss Marcie Kay Hazen spent Sunday with a large attendance. UNDERSTANDING----
ldr and Mrs and Mrs. O. W. McRae and birthday anniversary part of last week with Mr. and Dinner was enjoyed on the
18 Russell Thomas son, Harley, spent Saturday night for (them by their children supper Ithe given( Mrs. O. G."* Strayhorne In Wildwood grounds. bawd upon long years of wide experience i
and Mrs. ;with her parents Mr. and Mrs. home of a son-in-law and Mrs. Maggie Norman was called i and Serving dignifies this funeral 1
'N. A. Conner, In Lake Butler. ter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack SlmjAons dtgh'l Mls. Madeline Green of Jacksonville to Crestview Friday because home with a superior excellence inhandling I
Mrs. W. C. Conner and In Montlocha April 16. I was the weekend< guest of of the serious Illness! of her daughter affairs of sacred discretion
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. Mrs. R. C. Thomas. We allwish I
Evon, and Mrs. Loran Conner The children and grandchildrensang I
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Qellmann of her a speedy recovery.
and daughter, "Happy 1
Peggy Ann were Birthday ao>4 all ,
Jacksonville spent the weekend Robert Norman of Jacksonville
dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. G gathered( around the bountifully
M. Yeagles in Palatka Saturday.Mr. spread table to enjoy sandwiches, with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. was visiting in this section Sat-
and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Ice cream and cake. Miss Phlllla Hazen a student at urday.Mr.. DEWITT C. JONES I
00P5! .. Many beautiful and useful fclfts FSCW. in Tallahassee, was visitIng and Mrs. Edward Norman AMBULANCE) SERVICE ,
-- were presented to the honored ; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B and Joann Norman were visiting
Williamson couple.W. F. Hazen, here recently. in Brooker Sunday afternoon. Funeral Director r

.A I' M. S. MKKT1MO Mr and Mra. B. H. Harding of Mr and Mrs Gordon Junes' and STARKE: PHONE 7

A'zearEUSANDENdOYA Electric Service Ladles of the Womans MIII lon- Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.were B.weekend T Stewart guestsof and Our local funeral home enables us to

v ary Society of the Baptist Cpurch Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart. offer convenience and services not
met at the residence 'of Mrs, Ear' ATHLETESFOOY"ITCH otherwise available, I
'yMEALHILL'S Electrical Among those fish
/ Repairsand Green enjoying a
I Wednesday afternoon. After NOT HARD TO KILLIN
Fry on Santa Fe River near New
House Wiring the business session, delicious refreshments We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices ar|
Hope Bridge Mrs.
recently were
r. of salad, cracker and ., accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, Issued by ANT com
Vasco Hazen and son, Jimmle If not pl.miwd. your see back any dmf
OFFEE SHOP FREE ESTIMATES ladies Coca-Colas were served to tlten Mrs. Tyler Jones and daughters, sue.Out. lIO TE-OL.% alcohol 8TRONQ, IT tun rxnrraa'N..he. .tel<1., I on... pcy, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultationcarries ,
r I. present. Sandra and Virginia, Mrs. Lottie MORE iirml to KILL UM ttob. no obligation.So I IrilMAII'f
1 WEST CALL ST. THERESSA, FLA. DltYS MEET 1IKKEApproximately; Edwards, Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mr. Today at ('an'"". Pharmacy II I 1'v
STARKE. FLA. 100 person attended and( Mrs. Luther Sowell Mra. Earl
, the rally staged In Br0oK Green and daughters Shirley and
school auditorium Tuesday jtljfht Linda Gale, and Mrs. Ernest Ed- :
/daNstws. by the Bradford County Dry, The wards and son, Gene. //1
meeting was marked by mabV Interesting Mr. and Mrs B. V. Hazen were
Rom where I sit..by Joe Marsh, and spontaneous talks visiting relatives in Tampa re- 1l.HT-
by citizens of Brooker and< :Bradford cently. ,

County. The main address Miss Lubedla Flnholster wan f :
of the evening was by the ftev In Gainesville ,
shopping recently
Got the
to Fish Fry C. A. Crosby and the enthusiastic I Mr. and Mrs. Will!! Andrews of :
meeting lasted three hours tram New River were guests of Mrs I "I
After All 8 until 11 p. m. John Cone Sunday *

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green' and
Air. i
and Mrs. L. A. Mint slid
Mrs. T. W. Markey were visiting
l lat t community fish fry was ing covered plates of fish and a children of Jacksonville Were Misj Ivamae Lewis In Alachua
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs
11 great success. There were pitcher of cool,sparkling beer.And L. R. Galney. County Hospital Sunday after- :
I; (it appetizing extras jmd we finished Friends of Mlns Lewis will
them 1 Dudley did a right wonder. our own fire. II. II. Lewis and E. C. Lewis' of be glad to learn that she is Im-
lib cl l frying the flsh" .oft '
From where I sit. that's one of Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs, _
flaky Inside-brown and crisp Mrs. R. P. Lewis l Is spending a
things that makes our town N. C. Mott recently. I
id the edges. few days In Baldwin with Mr, and
ao nice a place to live in: a spirit MrS Jessie Connerly of Wau
it t w. didn't get to go. The cl share and share chula Is spending a white here I Mrs. Grady Baxter
alike. That '
lit was tired after working plate of fish ana glass ot Deer I Miss Marie Edwards oh Jacksonville Down They Go Ask At Store For Now See What We
and children, of Brooker, Spen wan visiting
le yard<1. and we just didn't; weren't; Just great eating, I \Ve wired Prelsdent Truman
; they the weekend with her parentS, here recently. 4-Page SpecialColor Arc Doing To Bring
to leave her. were symbols of the thoughtfulness Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Raud Crews was In Gainesville about our campaign to help reduce
rn i how did we know the fish that makes for better living Mrs. Luther Galloway and Monday. were prices cutting and em here right we and go left.. Price I List'! Food Prices Down!
e |w good< llecause the folks Henry Cone were visitors to Jack: Mrs. Pitt Baxter is upending Were going to try to force 4
I forget ug. They sent Skippy tJt( ./1' sonvllle Saturday. this week In Jacksonville with her prices down. Cooperate with us Sacrificing Profit ,
croon over with two steam 80et Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Tnojna n parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie -do your part In the fight. You ________ Deep Cut Sale Price

and children, of Brooker, were re Lewis. can item help that's by too high by to talking buy an L 1"1" V .. rT'S Reducing Regular i Prices t
cent visitors of the Rev. and Mrs.
up our campaign. Let's all get Id! Restating' WholesaleAdvances I
Copvrigtrt,1017, Inited Stairs Brewer*Foundation W. E. Hall. ThA TELEGRAPH ban Jiiit recoled together/ and fight to bring 't
new> pre-war quality URAL down the cost of living, I
rubber bands. Plenty otretch
and snap and! Greatest Price-Cutting Sale In Our History! '
strength. Four size| at 49o per

IP TQP.Super.Mkt.i L ] I quarter-pound' : ,box.. A i real bargain .... ',..,'...... \ \ I ,, ->t---- u ",. .. '' \:' ,:::4 ""I''I I J I.w \ '

ONE 152 "" --- '" : '
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Del JUST'Monte ARRIVED Shipment the itj '4 ____ i itr :: fJttiJl. 't' f: ;f

joyal Anne Cherries .36 Whole Green Beans .37 I

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Luxe Cut Green Beans .33
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berta Halves Peaches .43 Diced Beets - .15 I
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tlett Pears - -.44 Catsup, 14 Oz.- - .33 '. .
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|iced Peaches Whole Kernel Corn .17 .-: .'' ,
.32 ,...,. t 1 1I"
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'lt' -
t Corn 1
Salad - .49 Cream Style .18 I '

nit Cocktail :43 Early Garden'Peas .32 hew" fd sh"ion'partners, I r P: ..' I,f,;Ie i:I f rI4u

ole Apricots - ..34.No.1. Tiny Peas .31 '.
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Id. Early Garden i iI

ato Juice 34 .39 I I''
Asparagus -
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"Broadcast Canned Meats" i. ":. tt ,

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di-Meat, 12 Oz. ,- .46 Liver Spread, 5 1.2 Oz. .15 ;; I,. '"..,1"lf.j< ; "(;\', I I'II

opped Ham, '12 Oz. .52 Potted Meat, 31.4 Oz. .08 q.L ",: !

,.. '.. L ., ''I', '
rn Beef Hash, 16 Oz. .30 Vienna Sausage, 4 Oz. .18 10, ,": '

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Chile Con Carne With Beans, 16 Oz. .28 .,. ", '- '
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Chuck( Steak Club Steak I Chuck Roast ;,1>,.', junior fashions. now exclusive '",.. \>.....", ,.;:,: ,r :, 'I':;' .J,: t \ I

1. 4, ,'-, ', ,,,I'/ a t ,
39c lb. 45c lb. I 35c lb. ". J6 .,. at your favorite' fashion store '' ;j .' .

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Streak-0-Lean : -' see them tomorrow 1 ''f '

Sliced Breakfast ., Jif. ." ',I.
Brisket : ..., ; "I
White Bacon > ..5 : ; '
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lb. 29c Bacon 59c: a, t from this day on you will find Doris Dodson, fashion .'J ;

:'t e; ', darling of the Junior world Just where, you'd expect her l I .'t Irr

:: '. :. I to be-at this store. And you need wait no longer .f' ,

California Crispy '.? i. ,i,, l( I than till tomorrow to see how Doris Dodson has r' ;i. .

Carrots Celery captured the smart Junior spirit for this bright new season. ''i; 1

That's' because the new Doris Dodsons have Just arrived I

2 for 15c 13c Stalk and await your enthusiastic approval, Won't you com Sn.I f 4!

end see Just how lovely' (JunIor fashion can be. .' "

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I SOCIETY and CLUBS Scenes At Rotary Club Dinner Last Week Church Members Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLean- CPO Thomas Mid,],,
+'i, and baby were recent guests of of Starke, received V.i
Enjoy Pilau SupperMr. Mrs. McLean's uncle and aunt, pilot's license this ,SH
? .i Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Form the Conway week !'

Presbyterians Hold Memorial Day Event and Mrs. Lester Kite en- erly of Danville, Va., they were O. I. Bill,, of fcjg? under
tertained members of the First en route to California to make instructor Hil I
; j t Dinner At Manse Held at B. H. S. Christian Church Tuesday night i their home. family :was R. M. Brass,

KItF ; with a chicken plleau. I Every Item 10 PERCENT LESS! Sunday afternoon
Manse waa the Memorial Day Exercises were M Mrs. S. D.
? ,. The living room where the THAN MARKED on cash Hale Phillips an,
h setting Friday night for the lovely held Friday afternoon at the high G 0 guest enjoyed games and con over *1. ALVAREZ STORE. of Baldwin pent Cbl
'' school the W. T, several|
dinner given by members of the building by here last
tests was beautifully decorated Mrs. Robert E. Tanner and son, week with Mrj
ot the Presby. Weeks' Chapter of the United I'h(,
with gladlolaa and red roses. Dr. Edward Tanner, of Baldwin, parents, Mr and Mrs p
terlan Church honoring the minis Daughters of the Confederacy. :foot. 111 i
} or After much fun and fellowship were recent guests of her mother,
ter. Dr. Warren J. Kaufman; the Mrs E. K.
Ferryman president K. the guests were Invited into Mrs. Laura I. Powell and of Mr. Mrs. T. F Landrum ,
I official board; members of the of the local chapter, had chargeof M 4,
: the yard where they enjoyed a and Mrs. J. H. Fields. ter Frances, and Mrs. !
session trustees superintendent the follows Undr
; ; which was as tt
program ,l bountiful feast of chicken and Albert Kruse Is spending a few father-in-law] J. A. Land
of the Sunday School; president : ,t 1 rice, salad, slaw, pickles,. rolls, days in West Palm Beach as the Brooksville. spent Monday
', of the Auxiliary, and president of Song, "America". '' g tea and:: Jello. guest of his paternal grandparents Jacksonville *
Allegiance to the United State
the Westminster Fellowship. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Kruae. See
Flag and salute to the Confederate tl About 65 or 70 members of the ua before buying. in I
An arrangement of varl-colored Flag, led by Mrs. L. A. Davis b' leI church enjoyed this delightful He will return to hie home here CENT OFF on all Cash JL,'

+ k' weetpeas., bachelor buttons and Prayer, Foster Shi Smith principal party. Monday. $1. ALVAREZ SfOUE.
f' fern In a low crystal bowl, cen- of the high school.
tered the white linen-covered .

{ In table.three-branched Tall burning crystal pink candel-tapers (Thompson Reading ), Mrs."MuMc L. O.in Powell.Camp I r IILdp Local News : If You Want Your Name Off

14N'' abra balanced the floral piece. Glee Club numbers, "Praise Ye .
the Father" and "Steal Away"Address .
During the evening,
business R. A. Green Mrs T. F. Grady and Miss Jean
Kaufman presiding, the
% I affairs of the church were dis Finale, "Bleat Be the Tie." Irwin spent Tuesday in Jackson. The Wet-Dry PetitionWrite
cussed. Following the program thlt| vile
Daughters of the Confederacy and J. H.
The committee of the dinner n. Dupre, president elect of
others decorated the graves of the local Club
I' consisted of Rotary attendedthe
and all arrangement the veterans of all wars at Crosby At Once To The Board
Rotary Assembly in Daytona of
r. Mr*. K.: O. Duncan, Mrs. Caro ,
Included -
Chandler Mrs. K. M. Davis and Lake Cemetery Beach Monday and Tuesday. County Commissioners
i y 51 Confederate veterans; 11 .v I or Contact
Mrs. Dickens. Little Billy Dampler is visiting
w Federal veterans; 7 Spanish Amer.
These Men
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. : j
Ican War veterans; and 19 World
P. A. Dampier in High Springs for
War I veterans. Each grave was y several weeks.

\ nag decorated and flowers W1i'tlan {appropriate Shown above are two views of the colorful dinner at which the Just received! Shipment men's Rev. C. A. Crosby Brooker

Starke Rotary Club entertained the Lake City Club Tuesday nightof snmmer wt. BVD's (union suits),

tfd I U.D.C. To MeetThe lawt. week. Top view wan taken looking toward the speaker's nz. 38-46. Limit 4 per customer L. !I. Hill Lawtey
table while the bottom Menu shown the palm-atudded patio arrangedIn Jur first shipment In 5 years.

OMAY3 W. T. Weeks Chapter UDC front: of theVomaa's Club atage. I' ALVAREZ STORE. Thornton Johns Hampton

will conduct its regular'monthly Photos by T. IT, OMborne Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs.
meeting Wednesday afternoon, Fred Guy spent Monday afternoon Walter S. Sibley Theressa
ONE DAY ONLY May 7., at 3:30: o'clock, at the Starke Rotarians Glee Club Pleases In Gainesville visiting; Mrs. James
home of Mrs. E. S. Matthews on 3Iackshear In the Alachua County Wilbur A. Scott StarkeThis
Straw Hats 50c North Walnut St. Mrs. E. L. Hosts To Lake City Large AudienceHigh Hospital. Friends of Mrs.!
Matthews and Miss Madge Mid At Delightful Event Blackshear will be glad to know
dleton will be co-hostesses. praise was showered on that she was able to leave the
House Slippers45c Ad Sponsored By Bradford County Dry
the BHS Glee Club and its director -
Rotarians and Rotary Anna ot : hospital and Is recuperating at
Mrs. Ursula Barnes
& 95c following
pair Starke and Lake City joined
the annual Spring Concert the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
'kt forces here Thursday night of las organization, of the :H. Hill In Lawtey.See """"" ''''' ''' ''''''' '' ,,,,, ,, , ''''''' '''' '' ''' ''''' ,' '''''''''' '"",,- .. _
Girl's Dresses D aBILCTARKE week In one of the most outstandIng Thursday night, CAN'TYSELL ALLeJTHE1FOOD
April 24, in the BHS-USO auditorium UH "before buying. 10 PERCENT WE
since the
parties organizationof
6 to 12 1.75 ea. FL-: at 8 o'clock. Earlier OFF all
concerts on cash over
the Starke club ten years ago SO WE TRY TO SELL TilE BEST
were given during the day 91. ALVAREZ STORE.
k Ladies' Dresses "Scene of operations" was the for school students.
Sun. Alon. Tu..... May 4,5,0: Woman's Club building which was
9 to 20 4.75 ea. strikingly decorated for the occasion Never has the Glee Club madea UPSET STOMACHS For Those Who Are Fussy
more effective
Ladies' Blouses with a profusion of mixed did on this occasion appearance thanit About Their FoodVISIT
"Lady Luck"Robt. flowers, arranged against a background standing YIELD INCHES OF
on the flower bedecked and
Just Ilec'd. 1.50 ea. of simulated palm trees.
grouped on the newlyconstructedthreetier BLOAT"I
Young, Barbara Hale The) huge banquet table, where
p Pillow Cases Frank Morgan places were laid for 150 guests, singers platform to better that presentsthe was so full of gas I was The

Extra Large 31x45 COMEDY & :NEWS was covered with white linen! From the quietly advantage.beautiful afraid I'd burst. Sour, bitter substance I

2 for $1.00 cloths, and the Rotary colors, "Children's Prayer" by Humper- rose up in my throat from Blue Tavern Restaurant
blue and gold, were carried out in
dlnck to the stirring rhythm of my upset stomach after meals. Igot
Ladies' Short Coats Wed. Thura. May 7, 8 flowers, placecards and napkins "Onward March Grenadleres", the ; INNER-AID, and It worked 211''' EAST 10th STREET
DOUBLE FEATURE This occasion climaxed an at- Glee Club numbers Inches of gas and bloat from me.
AU Wool 3.85 ea. tendance contest engaged In by chosen for variety and were contrast.well Waistline Is way down now. Meals NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTFOODBEERSOFT

LadiesSeamless "Wife Wanted"Kay the Starke and Lake City Clubs Among the solo groups that Interspersed are a pleasure.. I praise Inner-Aid,
several months ago. For the final the Glee Club numbers, t o the sky."-This is an actual DRINKS
Hose quarter of 1946, the Starke club's 'especially well received were testimonial and we can verify it.

f! 45 ga. 75c preLadies'Shoes Francis, Paul Cavaaagh attendance wu slightly lower "Nina" (Pergoleil) and "B auU-> INNER-AID Is the new formula: ..
than Lake City's, and the penalty ful Dreamer" (Foster) sung with containing medicinal juices' from
"WITHOUTRESERVATIONS" ,was for the losing side to enter- unusual clarity and sureness of 12 Great Herbs; these herbs We Specialize In CHICKEN DINNERS

a tain the winners and their wives. tone by Sharon Chadwell, a student cleanse the bowels clear gas from
..f 6 to 9 1.75 preGirls'Sandals Upon arrival, the 63 guests from of the Fifth Grade. stomach, act on sluggish liver and CURB
Claudette Colbert John Wayne Lake City were given numbered Other solos Included Henry kidneys. Miserable people soon SERVICE
tickets and corresponding numbers Bennett eel different all over. So don't
ALSO NEWS singing "By the Bend of Al Griffiths Lillian GriffithsCy
4 to 8 Small were distributed to the the River" and "Ma Little Ban- go on suffering-Get Inner-Aid.
Starke members and their wives. Jo", Jeanette Sold by all drug stores (Adv.) Sistrunk
95c pr. FrI. Sat. May 9, 10 Partners for dinner were found by ish Dance" and Priest"Minuet"(piano: Lu) "Pol-Edwards ,tifli,"" inti inn,,,,mi,,mimittiiff" 'itittittiii' '''BIIWH,,,,WHIIHI'imirmiHiBiitiimHiii' m""''IIIII'Uh''IIIII"lIIftlllll"'IIIIIII'' '''''''' >,,, "' ''''''''' : '''''''''.'"' *...

DOUBLE FEATURE matching numbers. (voice) "To A Wild Rose" --

ALL NEW Following the dinner of chicken and the "Habanera" from "Car-

MERCHANDISENICK'S pilau and strawberry shortcake men"; and Betty Ann Flynn
"Young Widow"Jane I served by teen-age waitresses (piano) "Le Plus que Lente" and R emembter

y dressed In "colored mammy" costumes "Rustles of the Spring",
Russell, Louis Howard brief talks were made by Around $124 was realized from
(I J. C. Hoover president of the the concerts and receipts will be
"Trailing Danger"Johnny Starke Club, W. Brantley Bran- I placed In a fund to be used for

non, president of the Lake City the purchase of Glee Club gowns.
Bargain House.. Mack Brown Club and the presidents-elect of Personnel of the organization Is -
CARTOON & SERIAL both clubs-John McColskey. Lake as follows:

City, and J. H. Dupre, Starke. First Sopranos: Lucie Mae Barton
-- --- Mary Jo
Some highly entertaining "remm- Crawford, Norma
sctng"was done by Watt r Hack Jean Dobba, Lu Edwards Dorothy
ney, ST., a charter member of theLake Grlffls, Evelyn Grlffis, Carlo Mae ON 'MAT 11
pal ,,3 City club whose remark that Hall, June Hall, Louise Kelly, ,

"We represent two counties: Columbia Agnes Lewis, Dorothy Mae Loyd,
We Are For BusinessAt
Open and Bradford and there Mildred Mann, Ruth Mitchell No/ Finer Gift Than a '. .
Norman .
I Ia Union between us" brought a Marlene Reddish,
round of applause and laughter. Jackie Rouse, Ruth Sibley Har- '
213 Call St. I Eo L. Matthews, Club Service vene Watterson Ruth Waltehead "fL) P II.J. e.

chairman of the Starke Club, Second Sopranos: Jean Austin ::5 U i o y
served as master of ceremonies.A Dona Lou Cannon Linda Carter, CT a

rrt' highlight of the evening occurred Carolyn Colson Vivian Hazen,
t' i. Our Office Hours Are between courses of the Dorothy John, Margaret McKln- OR _
dinner when members ney. Edna Noegel. Isabella Parker -
9a.m.-12 2 p. m.-6 p. m. Scout Troop TO, representing of.B01 newsboys Nora Lee Prevatt. Jeanette

entered the auditorium cry. Priest. Norma Sweeney Oletha 52 Piece Set HOLMES & EDWARDS
"Extra Thomas Dorothy Thompson, Helen -
1 Ing Extra! and distributed '
See Us For All Your copies of a humorous "'Ictltlous' W1 tehead.
Altos: Mary Lou
tabloid newspaper called Alvarez Es- Sterling Inlaid Service for 8
telle Bennett Hilda Brown, 68.50
Gas Requirements the "Starke-Lake City Merger". Evelyn
Describing In :war communique. Clark Francis Crosby Jo Annpinking
t style Lake City's "attack" on Beatrice Edwards Melba
ItkI Starke' chicken and strawberry GasklDS. Betty Home, Josephine
t supply, the paper also contained Johns, Alma Jean Matheny, Mary
Jane : Gl. Costume Pins .',
McCarthy, France Morgan,
advice to the "love lorn", mock
1 When You Purchase Storage advertisements, and other fea- Nancy Owen, Selma Sapp Ounsle
ures. Mae Thomas Odessa Thomas, Pearls
x. Joyce Ward.Times Earrings
For Your Gas Musical feature Included two

solos by Ray Nuernberg, tenor, C

and a medely of old favorites sung Have Changed Birthstone Rings ... ,
PLAY SATE' by a quintet composed of T. T.
I'w' Long Junlus M. Smith. O. S. sn r5
.' m :Jewcomb, E.: 1. Matthews and

BE SURE TIlE CAPACITYIS ,.Ray Nuernberg. They were accompanied
at the piano by Mr*. ,
SUFFICIENT ':'. W. Klncald. '.Background recorded -
music was furnished during -
I ..
the dinner by A. W. Anderson, .'

,Jr. '
tc And Purchase A PROPANE i Concluding the evening' festivities WATCH REPAIRING I
{ I wa a period of group sing
Ing led by the Inimitable Fletcher

t SYSTEM Ask Us Why I i Burnett.Crosby-Amand

But the Custom Hasn't.

I The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby -
y ix Slade Gas I of Brooker announce the engagement Photographs of Weddings
: of their daughter, Haxel. and Other Events

t4k''F' r T. H. Slade, Owner' ,B.to St.Warren Amand St.of Amand Ft. Lauderdale son of F.. WRITE T. II. OSBORNE PIEM J E W.ELRYe

eI The wedding will be an event Box!; 423 or Call at .

I of June.1 In th.* Brooker. Baptist, Hoover Bro Studio

itY : 1 Church at 0 p. m. .

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IS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. U V. Knight of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gainesville were in Starke Wed Danville; Va.. enroute to E fun! Music! IDaC'k'.l\IIDlltl't'l"l! | Mrs. R. A. Colson and Mrs Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Davis spent

nesday. dldo,. were guests last weekend con of- Don't Auditorium.Minn Vm The May Morocco 3 at USO Glen Looney spent Wedncadly, In. Tuesday In Jacksonville... I

W. D. Faxon R L. Epperson and son-In-law. Just. rrwUexl! Shipment men'sMiimmer Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. TemploMlnMrrU Jacksonville Friend' of Miss Ida lagan of
Mrs are
sponsored Starke
rndl interested of to know that Harold McKinney of Jacksonvillewere v.U IlYIVs (union Milt), The New Bury Port plan lit Inat Shrine Club.Mrs by E. J. Dowllng is upending this Therejwa will regret to learn that I

borne after a .tay Inack80nvlll recent guests of Mr. Epper f HI.> 38-48. Limit: 4 per riiNtomrr. ALVAREZ Store' 10 PERCENT Miriam Klckliter and Miss. Worth week in Pompano and Lake she hOlt been seriously ill at her I
baCk fir first shipment. on business'
In X
hospital son's brother-in-law REDUCTION: :
NAS and sister yearn. on all Item lit our Dorothy Claire Klckllter home.Uhat'H. ,
an operation Mr.. and Mrs. O. A. Anderson. ALVAREZ STORE *toe It. spent Beautiful line popular pricedladies' .
underwent Sunday at Jacksonville Beach. happening "May' S? ThitMoroero
she Friends of Mr. Mia. T. F. Grady and Miss Mhora at STINT'S.Mrs. t
and Mrs. Epperson RM.. Lee of Mr. and : .
foot Greenwich Conn., Mrs W. A. Fatten and Tempi MlnnlreU at the
1 E Adams returned will be Interested to learn that Irwin spent Wednesday !in St. Augustine will arrive tomorrow to spend) ten children Thedtt, Eugene Kenneth \ J. C. Poppcll of Plant I'SO' K p. .... Sw them Mat.
G. Jackson-, they have moved from Jacksonville attending the consecration days here City was the recent guest of her
her home In with his wife and won. and Wayne were "guests Sunday !May 3, at the USO Auditorium.Mor .
y to spending two weeks' to St. Petersburg and are rite of Bishop J. Thomas Mc- Bobby, who have been+ visiting of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan In sister-in-law Mrs Warren Perkins
after her sOn and daughter- making their home there. Donough. Mrs. Lee's parents, !Ill'. and Mrs. Lake. City.Mrs.V.. and Mrs Annie Colson! 'sorted by Starko' !Shrine! Club.

\'Ith > andtells Mr*. Herlong Ladle bathing suite UK. 33 to Mr. and Mrs John A. Toroda of E. J. Dowllng. While here Mr. N Johnson attendedthe I
I r.
46 93.03 to 97.50: at STUMP'S.Mr. Jacksonville were guests Sundayof I and l Mrs. Lee and their son will \VCTU District Convention in i

manager and Mrs. P. Mr. Torode's mother Mrs. I occupy the S. T. Dell cottage on Gainesville
Mae Weeks M. Barefoot Pauline on Thursday of last I' I
[Starke Hotel to .spending. ia spent last week-end in Plant City Torode at Klnasley'Lake. Klngstoy. Lake. week. She was elected First Vice ATTENTION I

visiting friends where they were called becauseof Mrs H. A. Durden and childrenof President of the District. +

dJlyB the death of Mr. Barefoot's Get tickets! now at Drug; Stores Jacksonville Beach were guests Walt Ifaloon\ and Jesse Carlyle TOBACCO GROWERS i

a. 10 PERCENT LESS'M4BKED brother A. J. Barefoot. Mr. Barefoot or Guidon Grill for BIG Morocco Sunday of Mrs. Durden's parents, two prominent business. men ofTitusville (tS
died Temple MinstrelMay 3, USO Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch at .
on cash raales suddenly Thursday afternoon were dinner guests of Let
Presented Us Write
by Your
ley Lake.
ALVAREZ: STORE. following a heart attack Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Thursday t

ii Beasley and Mrs. E. H. Dahmer spent Wednesday Morocco Temple, ttpon.1M.1't'C1 Friends of Mrs. A. II. Johns will ( night of last week +
Mrs. O. by StarkHhrlno Club.
ud have returned In Jacksonville.Mrs. be glad-to learn that she returned Mrs. Forrest( !Shiver;; of Atlanta HAIL INSURANCE
f. \v Kincaid Mrs. Laura Wilson and Mr. and Monday\ from
Hospital .
spending several days at Caro Chandler Mrs. W. F Mrs. Luther Wilson of Green Ga., and Mrs. Annie K West of
of Godwin Mrs. Alice in Jacksonville where she I Palatka were guests of Mrs J. 11. '
dma Bench as guests Lansing and Cove Springs and Mrs. I{. C. underwent i NOWlefore
and operation.Just Weeks bulb You Need It I
at theirr Dr. Warren J. Kaufman at the Stailio Hotel
d Mra!! C p. Tyson spent Bounds of Palatka were guests received! I
Shipment men'
: Sunday.
Tuesday In Jacksonville .. .._ !
camp. Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Hiimmeri.
iivim union mill), I
The New Bury Port plan In In \Every lranch
S. E. of
Sparks. s/. 38-M. Limit 4 per customer..
at ALVAREZ !Store 10 PERCENT!:
Herbert Hancock a retired Our first shipment In 5 years
navy KiiUCTION on all Item, |III our
ATIONAL\ FAMILY WEEK MAY 4.11 man has returned to his home ALVAREZ STORE. stork. t
In Pensacola after spending a Mrs. K, G, Duncan and l daughter
METHODIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. John Love offenderaonville
STARKE week here with his uncle and ,t. Margaret Rose are spending'

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Red. today and tomorrow In Jacksonvtlloaa. } N. C.. were dinner F r ,

Christian Living Begins In The HOME grave.L.. .A. Rennolds was the guest guests, Mrs.'of''R.Mrs.E.., Dunclln's118terInlaw. Thi'la. Quigley guests; Sunday.of Mr. and Mr. Mrs.and J.Mrs T. > C. WALL AGENCY *-" I

Love who
were married
recently of relatives in Leesburg. Mr, and Mrs. A, F. Sauls spent recently

Misses Idalou and Marjorie Friday in Jacksonville. are spending their honeymoon In Please Phone 146 f
l KEEl' YOUR EEGIYNU Davis students at FSCW will Mrs A. Z. Adkins and Mrs

spend the weekend here with their Fred Guy are spending today In K. M. Knight of Moultrle Oa., I
Jacksonville.Mr. was a visitor to Starke\ this week CONSTANT SERVICE OVKU 59 YEARSCLASSIFIED t .
and ,
parents Mr. Mrs R J Davis

I The Church Is The Dynamo That Builds Families. and will also attend the Spring and Mrs. Junius Smith and was the guest of his sister s' I i
Mrs. J. II. and Mrs. ,
Weeks Q. A.
spent the week-end, In Daytona
Families Will Build A Better Church Frolics at the University of Flor I
Anderson.Mrs. .
Beach as guests of Mr. and Mrs. '

ida.For home portraits we T. IXOsbornc. N. Steinberg. Mr. Smith) attendedthe P. E. Canova and Mrs. i V

ecial RECEPTION, .Wed. Night, May 7H See art on page 4. Rotary. Assembly in Daytona R. G. Kidd spent :Monday in ,

T-5 Howard Manning son of Monday.Mr. i Jacksonville. FOR YOUU i',\II wn have a now Lit)V"r KOIKIUTiutomolilla: AU...
t 8:00: P. M. For NEW MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs. Vollle Manning of and Mrs. O. A. Anderson Ihm't fail to hear the :Morocco Psi IIA'O unto inrilol linni-'il.in.IniXitllnllon. IUn. i". TV W" have as their guest Mrs. Ander- Temple Band at the !Minstrel 1 1i AM 'low UN f 12.00HIUCI'IIKItl I'I' Livestock Horror, f
Starke recently re-enlisted In the ) HAT)IO HKKVU'lt!, H.iy or Bell t SiI
Air non's uncle Barney Knight of i !Show" MAY: 3, at I'SO .\iKlltorlum. Court at M.i Army Corps and Is now stationed -
1 Departments Will Have A Part. Home DepartmentWill South Georgia. Fred Vining of Perry was the tr PAY CASH! Pas .m.. bnfor .you ;
at Kessler Field. La, During I nfH your ..nk".1 i| ram. h.&tii.I.M.
I'ro\'ide.. Transportation For All Shut-Ins. tile he For wedding portraits. nee T. H.Daiswne. i guest Sunday night of his brother ruilltilrirM' iMetitl' anti ....' n. ,
; war served two years VOn 8ALI3 II 100 font I I Ifrontuira I Jack:: :
l|Ilghrsl Itrb'ns! tl
| l I
ot.la' I A son
Sea \ sister-in-law
n on r and Mr and Mrs.
pare .'
with the Field Artillery in the I on ( Inks with I ] .Milo. {VerrltIusg, ('u.. Vhttn UUIv [
Mrs. Carrie Ritch returned L.. D. lures log rn his. VIII) niierltU1 for Juckm. ,
Vining. uL 411\ W. Hturliw. If (
Observe National Family Week At A South Pacific first in Northern rn.h. N. I'1 \\ I1lnw I'111'111, Jr, fnll .
Tuesday from St. Vincent's Hospital Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins ,
t Htniko It
Luzon and later in Japan.A. .11'0.1. : ""Ot! N \1.IoJ-l\i\, Ion IIMIB, ahem l naaa
Friendly Church, In The Heart of A F. Sauls. Jr., of Morgan City in Jacksonville whero she had an their guests Sunday afternoon 'r"id truck, with| I)4M| motor AN-
underwent a slight operation on Mrs. J. L. Mr and NU' HllKlitly 'iiH.d 7nosr0 10.rly
La HrlgRS, LIST YOUR FARM." CITY t\\ !) :: : :
Friendly Community pent the week-end here with tires mitt ItihHH. J, Miiurlun .Kil:. ,
his father A. F. Sauls, and Mrs her foot. She was accompaniedhome Mrs Grant Nesbltt Jr.. of Jack BUSINESS 1'KUPEItrV words. Hlnrkii... If'1
by Mrs. T. J. Griffin who sonville and Mr. and !Mrs Grant
Sauls.NNOUNCiNG. -.rC HMfOAIM In .10,1| r.I1-d;;
the In Jacksonville with > l '....d.:. '4. trlhA..aee5tlyl .
spent day N bltt, Sr. of Cheyenne Wyom l rndln-ihtin| ''icriiihal| lay aa IlltlaOH
their son-in-law and daughter Dr. ing. 1. VI Av ark. t'nmplsta' NattafMetlon -
and Mrs. C. C. Memlo.a.Mm. I''. J, Shaw was In Tallahasseethis STROUT :tl'A.m Murk, .lrII",1 loll nI'1I 1-:111': or ItAHIO your moany Miit-: I

One Wiggins and Mrs. L. week where he appeared before I 'ro...ro".rt..... ......tine...1...mode.of ennn4rv uses. v It'I':, fourt.. at. Madl'un atraata. I II

G. Hemingway spent Wednesday the livestock committee of ,r..l.tMlO ..IMN fir "."".._ ..'...m.A. .- -.r I \
i In Jacksonville with relatives. House of In ........ ".p.... trnni alt u.rrWrM. <.. UKUINII: :II. t'III1IJt4; : llnhAlRhn--
the Representatives .
.. . .
F. I> H IUll c.E. all makes s1'| II lu of sum pedal
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Griffin of the Interest of legislation benefl'clal A.STItOUTREALTYAGENCY ly pit wail iruAmntBfil "r..."pi, :
St. Augustine 'spent Sunday afternoon to the cattle Industry. ....u'II&"I.' .. W. rail for and n... .
Represented Locally fly liver Writ M wln" M"'hl. Herpill (
here as guests of Mr. :. J. C. Hoover T. II. OHborne,, F. (\ IIOIAINGSWOUTII ". 1'1".". (lux till. Hturko.4tp;.

Griffin's mother Mrs. O. J. Grif and J. R. Bullington attended the 116 So. Walnut St. 5.1* I I

fin. They were accompanied home State Photographers ConventionIn FOR Ii1A'.I}-- J.IIIIIY .In. my h..u..t \ !
by Mrs. Griffin who will spend West Palm Beach this week. 07 Want Mttdlnon !Ct. Mum 11\
MATTRKHHKH nf all kinds' renovated monthly |myiii ..iitn. on hulanca. 1 ,
several days with them. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy of ; furniture uphnlatartd and''l lip. ,
of H. E. Tucker will Ga. several raflnliihiHl.' Prop u" a card.HASTINOM 1' I
.,Friends Augusta\ spent days
> MATTKKUH CO.- Worn 't
regret to learn that he Is seriously of last week here with Mrs. Chris.ty'a IIOl .Palatka. rln. U WP'1'wn.ryA with. estv.s i "nn whlt.* whlta-- ."... blarkaldif cowa- t', I. y

u1N CO'OPERA'TIONWith ill In the Alachua County mother Mrs. S. R. Johns Sr. all tinfir.., ""utt.iadait row probably ,
IlI//>lUHANCl'l-a aria ;
with ,
cult <
In Gainesville.Mrs. and 'owa ara branrlatl '
Hospital Mrs. C. C Shepherd daughter auiomnblla. liability and Ufa.Hua "PH" hip and slle. HHWAUM

Miriam Klckllter and Miss i Martha Jane of Lake City, N. D.ma WalnwrlBht for your Inauranva. Jr, 131 needs Rest. tify F, J. Hliuw! tl.n. Del,, No.'I''I

Dorothy Clair Klckliter were shopping were recent guests of Mr. and ('.II atraat Phona 1S4. K lip 4.1 f

/ !In Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. C. A. Knight. 'ull ISVNT--ry'wo
-ronm furnJahxil
I FOR $At.1S.- -uaffroAn,. nouaa, BW A"r'"t, Ilnanoiia-Wkw. .. Close In, I
The PreSident'sRequest oor. 8. Hay HI., Starka. Rxnallant iluv lOniit adlKun. ..,....., 'ark.
condition ocouplitd) by ownar un.. ''tI"-1fa"' ) I
ill ranantlv. Attractive, nonvenI'm
We Specialize In lot. for Information wrlta Will) RICDtrrlC PHICKN: 10 PKIU i
U J .Unvlln. 11 Hit (Cypr es.. CUInaa- I'KNT vii ali ninrtthiuidlntf! 'In uui, t I
viII., or Talophona 14IIJ. Frlra atouk. btirlnnlnir, today. This r.. f + ,
".500. tl dui'llon will l last for an Indaflnlttf.
p,. lod. At.V'A'UIIIMTORIfI.: i I
"While You work
For i Felt BAI.Ii: ;-Huvar rnrril ..n.l hli'k- "
err smoked ahouldira and nilddllnva CONHWI.T H. P. ROWKtlA Splrltimllat I
ll. Pure: Madluin. and llaalar. Utata \
boa to eba l>rr
lard |JO par 60 lb. can. rtiona U.Htarka. and County llo..nawa. I tail you I i i4t
PROMPT SERVICEStarke's tf im Luther C'lark place a ml. N. j
of Htarka on ltd. 100 trfioft for :
Nlgn. 4tp 6tf, I I I
ANY TYI'K Irurk liaullnirAIJ ,
> flit dirt' turt xnl.. ilvllvirad.Ilradfurd Pl.ANTtf FOR HAI.R-Tomato, itabtmira 1
Knvlnearlnir! Co. 1'hona .MI ttilinoiti. J. W. Jordan. <,<
OWER PRICES >4 tf16x16 .Ionian a 1101.1 l (fourt R ml W. or .
Shoe Repairing Hlarka on old niitndln ltd.' UpWKAItnvKIt I

New mathoil at I
116 South Walnut Street HUTMENTS/ : uooklnnr.. I'ruper tiookln. ."..nUIlI ,
to honllh.
Wli.\ll-.JVttU I
| Uttiivy "
Moved on Your Lot ruittfa,, utwnMllu.. funk. all fresh } I
Next Door To F. C. Hollinjisworth tr and vpffMlablf, rust raaal, '

Set on Foundation .lien without. ) minerals added.. and wets vII",Hava....... nnt-For i. I, I,
Cu rt l.r lofc/l iii/itlon addrnaa C. A. I '
$225 Iron, II.l .". linl',, Hiarka, flu... r
We Have ReducedMerchandise I reireNenlalve. .. Ito I I I,

16x18 HUTMENTS: V(>n l\IoS-or: ,.unfiirnlNhail. room '

1 with'....,....bath HI., Hlnrkn Mra.. 53!! Malay 410
$.350 f.o.h. Camp islanding lip I

DRESS SPECIALWe FOR 8Ar.J:--I'.t)' water tank no I.
mil I Htark Haauty I :
Hhoo. I
t.1. Building Material: Sldlnff,, -- I

II 2HTAI.KM w Ittiry,*fort W.dui It MQ why ",,,'t' }
.. hove IUJIJV"I\U: f
"ill lights Ma ur store 19 I'KK- 'I
4'1'INT In .ccorrt with. fh* frrnl- i
8hMtrork) avoratorleo, Toilet donl'n wl.b. AIWAItlU: MTOIIM. ; ,+ :

are OVERLOADED With Cotton FUturr .'O'' MAI.ki:--HI.rlrlo aawln) ,..... 1 y
China at J, 1'. Uobarla .

Dresses Our LOSS Is Your Gain SEE J. J. PIEKSOND Htnrka. Motorx.if ., )I ,
".Iur. .
Gate, Camp Dlanding .stork rfond rlll and ....''n.. A A A I,
ftiiM'h *>n.ttn iidlactnnt' to Park .
Thatry. linriraln. I.

Chambries I FOR HALE-IVd: aprlnaja, mattfaaa },
rise, wlt.g. chair, .
... baialnat.) and
roil AIFI nit HKNT: for aumm ---
; other small! houaahold. ..U"....
.. .
1i .party merna With ..lerirlenllRht5e, M.u .(07 W. Vlmllnon.. Hi lip
i i'
Prints 4 miles south on blichwav 10U" i inow
'" "FOR HAf.F Pirn rlaw J.. ..y now f .
The Thomas Campbaila, I.
.ta'a.:: aillkln T, 1.
":. A .:. 1'bs 144 Htarka. ham. faaajr, ("Up r.- r. ,

CASH DIHCOCNT Of 10 PERCENT: VOlt HALF--w.w, ala,.trla/ rafriiira 1 J I
\. on all merchandise In line with t..... Never ....,1. (!seh .."Iy. Phona .

.5.95 & 6.95 Values STORK our t'r..id.nt'.In prh. :rquaat... ALVAREZ for a' radurtion taW or wrlta PO Horn .n, fitarka.lie ). i'" +, I

1 KOrt h1ENTroom hon.a, furnlahad. SKOaoo ft. or mora I ml. H0 or ; i t, : I
Stark nn IllKtiway 100. llaa 704 ... ,
all modern convanlaticaN \
B] ft. frame bid' I I, .
In Htarka. TOI McMahon Btraat.Htarka. 1 hav. aom "' 'I'y I 1
lip confldvntlAl kind' of bualn.1 ,auwaNtlona.... h.n that for may a ''':'I j I

help year. Wrlta or a.. A. M. ". ,
IT'S A PACTJOHNH.DENMARK YOU CAN DO BETTER AT $395 FOR BAMS! Wa'va raaalvad two Uo.nl Rt. I. bus 112 mark. i", l
new fumlncton Portable Typawrltara ?
$74(0 each plus M4T /tRNT-Purnl.hrd/ room for
Pad Ta. llradford County '1'.'.- man or lady. prlvn' .
rapb. bath and anfranca, .reaaonaMa.
500 N. Walnut' Ml. tf lf.) r r.r.w..klnf

FOR WALK--Tabafloo. planta. (toedstock
ease. food ah..p.. Coma ami B..I 5'nR MALI--Iu./lea" and Marei.b." ,I i'
trmntn '
nlanta ..
on flronko I'
tham J. II. Crawford Rt. I, hot. pl "
It 34)). ..t...... Its Lacy Mlmnnona. Itlt"" J ,

SPECIALHuraches 1 I Fu/t rsNNT.-Pnrnulrd Ores fl..... '. i
WANTED-Tohawo, farmer lo .grow Artrnnt. C'ool. (ip..Tiourlrnr *. ... I'I +I
4 I.' aeraa a..bae" on .h..... Iha. .r.*(| ('nn.l.t.' of J bdro. ...... I' I
.. avarythlnir and plant ofplant. ilvlnrroum kllr". :. .
hn'h.f T"' '' ,
FURNITURE CO. 1.95Robbins'l .. J Crawford, ftt I. ".''Vlt'. .nl.*....*.". Vullmnt 2' 1 t." I
ho* .'it. Ktarka. lip W. "a41.'>I1. '''..k.. -II I 'I

lAHT-4 head of cow branded JM. : I IV I'KI'.I V..VT radurllon on all llama r i t.
marked swallow fork uppar In our "tor. for an Indaflnlta) \ f ,
undarblt asp, .. .,I period, Wa a,. fading la Una with
one spill
crop "" .\
PHONE STARKE FLA. ,II. f'roaldanl'a, .....
Ul 4k undarblt other aar. Plaaaa wlah for an ,* .
notify ...r..lo. Kdwarda: J,., or;I all prlra radurtlon. AUVARHil: "
Jack ZipiOR HTOBK: will ba flratfFOirnrv I r ;

-A Cad HtaXam .'.... wt. ,
HAMS! rHCAP!-A modorn Ibaalnmm abt. loe 'In., with OaJnaavllU ....11 A
hone with.) tare fsnned on .1.... Ovunrf .. '
- - may lea by' ?
LN. Cash or tarma.. Jea. F H.- < ) .. ) ,
A dantlfx" Uuriea Kd
-.. ::-- - ..tark....'... lip ,.. .waa It*" { ))

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seed creamed, curried or used 1 In I never run the risk of being frustrated iN CIRCUIT ('Ot.",!, =
Intermediates a theatre party. Hank and his I Surprise Party F. J. Shaw Named other hot and cold dishes. by an amendment! passedIn C0rtT: Y' P'LOn1OA LYAf,
little guests saw the cowboy stage time of political strain. Such Eileen
DuBose Meat Inspector MCIrt4ghlln
For Mrs.
Enjoy Party These two general prlnclpli --
Thomas J.
show and picture at the Park an amendment would perhaps suffer McLaughlin Dnftna
.t cooking at moderate heat and Case No. 6997. ..
' M1i9i. The Methodist Intermediate Fel- Theatre. I Sunday April 13, was a very For Bradford CountyF. cooking according to the age and< the history of the eighteenth I. AND ORDmH NOTICE OP' PtTALTC.\TI\\'

lowBhlp group was entertained Before going to the show Mrs. happy time for Mrs W. R. Bu J. Shaw of Starke recently fatness of the bird-hold for fresh- amendment. STAT 0. P'UHHDA ''
i ri t Monday, April 21st. at a party Graham served the young folk, Bose of Lake Butler when her was appointed Marks and Brands chilled frozen and home-cured Here's hoping that the necessary; danceaanti.ddraxli orthhp'

held In the Methodist Recreation birthday cake and Ice cream The' husband, W. R. DuBose and sisters Inspector for Bradford County smoked poultry. Smoked poultry; thirty-six states do not ratify the Hospital, 8"dro W'lOlIey, p,, ,
Building on Walnut street Billy Mrs. Mary Knight, Mrs. Amy succeeding A. L. Alvarez local Is drier so special care must be amendment within the specifiedseven ton Wa'l,
7 Weldon and Tommy Smith were chosen color scheme for the refreshments McCormack and Mrs Ozena Hen Marshal. The appointment was given in preparing It. years. oMayt9th.r., 1947"In' etlhet 1(, 'PP'.r

hosts on this occasion. was red white and dry entertained at her home witha made by the Florida. Departmentof Sincerely Court and cause, Wher.ln abuve,,
r Group games and singing were blue. The cake, Iced In white and surprise birthday party from :2 Agriculture. Buddy Davis seeks Telegraph divorce.shall ih adfnrdpf',I'

enjoyed and the hosts were assist- decorated with red candles and: until 5 o'clock. requiring that Delta Tau Delta. House ;In next four weekly publish???th4 l
cd In this.by Billy Smith. the Inscription: "Happy Birthday' Mrs. DuBose was Invited out for all Florida regulations produced meat be Inspected Letter Box University of Florida, Heal\Vltnemi at Starke.my Florida hand and, "
Mr. S. A. Weldon, assisted by 'I an automobile ride from noon un. of the Gainesville Fla. 18th,, 1947. lgl| f
to Hank", centered a blue cover- by a representative (OF 'IC1AL 8
Miss Carol White served the til 2 o'clock and when she returned. '
Marks and Brands Division are As Clerk o! ;;alA/Court':; Thor
young people refreshments of ice ed refreshment table. A miniature the living room was beautifully now going into effect" ,Shaw Editor Telegraph: Train Schedule By Lucille .C. Conner >
Id r'r and delicious homemade boy doll repeating the color decorated. A dining table T. Frank LII.ndrum, IIIark'8 ph
cream punch : stated "and anyone: in the county Orchids to you for your recent Atty. for Pit. t. :
1ct'' cake made by Mrs. Ann scheme topped the cake. Favors had been moved In and was overlaid selling native' meat, either dead or' "white primary" editorial. Miss Annie E. Darby local Sea- U 4t,

Parker. for the afternoon were "peckingblrdll" with a hand-crocheted cloth. alive should have it Inspected bya Another subject of great Im- board station agent, announces
Centering the table wall a large that effective April 29 trains 1
which should be-
Each representative. portance come
Hank Graham guest wall presented birthday cake, decorated with I fore this legislature Is the 'and 9, 2 and 10, will consolidateand
with a box of Crackerjack pop- "By Act of the Legislature year's Joyner's Mt
rosebuds and a beautiful bouqueof train 1 southbound will be
Celebrates corn to take with him to the am also required to Inspect the proposed Constitutional Amend-
Birthday show. red roses presented by Mr. Du meat in the markets of my ter- ment limiting the length of the due Starke 10:52: p. m. Train'
Bose. President's term. 2 will be due Starke 6:01: a. m. I 225 So. WALNUT I
whether or
/ Hank Graham, five-year-old son Hanks little sister Jo Alyce ritory to determine ST.
of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Graham, and Glen and Bill Wood enjoyedthe During the afternoon a poem, not It has been Inspected and When one considers the problemin
t celebrated his birthday anniveraary. party with him. They were "One Little Rose" was read by stamped. If It has not, I will our own state. It Is deplorablethat 1 r tij ET
i r t last Thursday April 1, at accompanied to. the theatre by Billy DuBone and Mrs. Amy McCormack warn the merchant that It must the citizens cannot re-elect Pure Lard
I d Mr. Graham.THIS'JERK'wAS. gave a reading "The be stamped in the future. If,..on the governor In office. This as ,- ,
f Symbol of White Roses" a subsequent Inspection the mer- you probably know dates all the
After Mrs. DuBone had opened chant is still selling unstampedmeat way back to the Revolution when 1 Lb. Ctn. .2

YOUR WATCH 'her many lovely gifts she cut the I am required to confiscate the people had no confidence in

LATE Fen ] I'birthday cake slices of which it and dispose of it to a city or the English governors and conse- MUSCLERELIEF 4 Lb. Ctn. 1.1

Deserves the Best "''sow t WEDDING 1 were served to the guests with county Institution where It..,can quently, when released from Eng

.. punch. be used. I've already covered all lish rule limited the powers and Patna
'" Prou mt to enjoy this happy occasion the meat. dealers In thy countyonce terms of their elected governors
with Mr. and Mra. Du and I'm receiving excellent If our national government
rI Bose were Billy Ray DuBose Mrs.. cooperation. I Intend to make tended toward dictatorship a Rub on NEURA'BALMI. RICE

a ,'? r Mary Knight of Lake Butler. Mrand the rounds In the county weekly" I move to limit the term of the
Mrs. J. ,H. McCormack, Mr. Shaw. said I President could be understood.But PENETRATING
I Ictk medication. teii.vesthat
and Mrs. J. M. Hendry and children -'' "If anyone butchering will Irop as our government Is constructed .,&... into a .00' 5 lb fJCJtALSWEET
REPAIRTrustworthy Mack and Ann Jim H. W by t my residence in Starke or' no- the people Install the 2. STIMULATINGaction
Anderson Mrs. Bessie L. Branner tify me of the time and place I'll President and their will should ..I.. up
Service Harold Green, of Jacksonville! Mr. be glad to grade and mark the :'" circulation to help or PARK.tt\
and Mrs. Lee Green of Gainesville break-up the conSMUOO. -
meat if as many as five animalsare .
Mr. and Mrs W. M. Law- involve Shaw continued. WHEN rub
toothing Neur.b.lm
you on
Harley F. StrongCAMP horn Mrs Rosa. Plnholster Mr. "The carries of Give MOTHERThe cha lOre apot it at.... to work instantly MargarineLb.
PHONE 150 position a salary Tendemer..ubndec, Prnh lurlac. blood.
and Mra. Russell Green and children "
$150( monthly and mileage he flowing through confieired areas, gives renewed -
BLANDINO JEWELER Beverly. Mary Ella Joan GiftShe'd life to lore. Miff, aching muscles.
continued. Mr. Shaw can also be
The miseries' caused by over-exercise,
SINCE 1041 and R. H. Ill of Brooker, D. W. fatigue relieved.exertion Scientific 39c
STARKE TAXI SERVICE contacted through the Starke exposure or are -
f s 131 Went Call St. and It. C. DuBose Mra. Florence Chamber of Commerce. Rather Have .far and research tfftftivffjft frovtt NlnraMm work, .
Stephens of Fort White, Mr. and Also grand (lor the relief of neuralgic
Mrs. T. H. Waters. Jr., and daughter pains, ml, neck tired back muscles, cramp. Fresh Dressed & Drawn
wt'I To HousewivesCOOKING like pains in the ,
Hints lepe" tingling or burning
:e Lahoma and Mary Lou Rimes aansations. of the skin tired-burning. (eel.
of Worthington Mr. and Mrs. R. Neurabalm la greaseless and stamleas' to
I'OULTHY thai. .,n. So .amhing.-.o CLEAN and
S. DuBose of Dukes.
refreshing to use. When want and
R The rules of the modern poultry welcome relief from neuralgic you aches foil and
7 THIS t TL ANTIC EQUALS ANY SEER I'VE cooking are few and easy to fol- muscle soreness rub with Neurabalm reel
Ladies relaxed Sleep better feel belter.
Episcopal Highly
w TASTED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD"1J low according to home economists praised by users. follow directions In folder
Give Lovely TeaOne of the U. S. Department of Agri a At drugstore in 25*. 75* and '1.25 bottles 65cTELEPHONE
of the loveliest affairs of I Rule No.1: Cook at moderate
4f ,.....
TU Beef heat the meat will be IS
the season was the ,tea. given by so juicy
,.. ....
+G at |W Pma members of the St. Mark's Auxiliary ender, and evenly done to the 159
1 of the Episcopal Church in bone. This rule holds for birds of 2-WAY RELIEF FROM ACHES AND PAIN

the Church Center Thursday Ap- all ages and kinds from the spring YOUR PORTRAITThere
ril 10 from four until six o'- chicken to the old hen. Turkeys -.- -----

TW 4 clock In the afternoon. -young toms and hens and the
Beautiful arrangements of blue older heavier birds '.- and also Is Still Time to Have Let Us'Repaint and Repair
Portraits Finished
by May
Iris, daffodils, Easter lilies and ducks geese guineas and even
ull 4ue4 a..r
gladioli were placed at vantage the succulent squab have most 11th If You.See Us Within Your Old Bicycle

points In the lounge and den in food value and greatest appeal on the Next Few Days.
decorating for this lovely event. the plate when cooked at moderate JVe'J 7 Make It Like Km" :

( The tea table was covered with ,. heat. Moderate heat ia We Also Have a Beautiful
an exquisite Italian cutwork economical of both meat and fuel ALSO
$c3 ... ....,.... .. w cloth and centered with a large Intense heat on the other hand Line of Mother's Day Cards NEW & USED BICYCLES

;, + I Silver bowl holding an arrangement hardens and toughens the. proteinof Hollywood Camera FOR SALE
of daffodils and iris. Long poultry as of other meat
N j yellow burning tapers in silver shrinks the meat and drives out and Gift ShopCall

r t holders balanced the floral piece. the juices.. BIGGS &. BAKERSTAUKE
Street at Railroad
Pouring tea from the handsome Rule No.2: Vary cooking
silver services placed at either end method according to the age and 105 W. CALL ST. FLA.
8'' .. of the table were Mrs Frank fatness of the bird. For young .... ... _,_... .. L ... .. 'R .,,_ --

Friday & Saturday Only Hoover and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. tender well-fattened birds broiling IIIIIIIIILIIIILIAWIILIIIILIILIIIIIIOUILIILnLIWIW11111111a4" '''''''' '''''''''' ''''' '''', '''''''' '''''''','''' '''' ''."" ""'.'" "" .' """",""' III""I."IIIII"'II"1II101"1111111111I"1'1111"11,11"11'11111' ''''' "' ,, ,' ""11'1'11111"11111I"111I"' '" ''', '', ,''' '"," ''- -
4 During the afternoon a delightful frying and open-pan roastingare
program under the directionof best. For young birds that
Mrs. J. W. Kincald was enjoyed. are very lean, and for full-grown
/ CUT Those taking part were Mra. birds past their prime for roasting
Edward Charbonneau. soloist; but not yet in the stewing class
i SmokedI"I d Mrs. L. A. Canova. pianist; Miss braising in a covered roaster or
i Betty Ann Flynn pianist; Miss casserole makes for tendernessand
Q Garnita Hutto and O. S. New savory flavor. Very old birds

C comb duet; Margaret Rose Dun- need long slow cooking In water. NOTIC !
Bacon can, dancer; and Alvin Lewis, or steam to make them tender all
accordionist. through. Then they may be frlca-

tiff 6L Assisting with the entertain
ment during the afternoon were
Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. Edward I

GROUND Burns, Mrs. George Kopelousoa
Mrs J. W Kincald Mrs. H. C.
A 35c Brown Mrs. R. A. Weeks Mrs.R. \
r r 1}, O. Kidd Mra. Mattte Gahagan \
;.f 1 Y MEAT and Mrs. J. C. Hoover.
Passing sandwiches were Mis- DRY
ses Ona Demorest. Janet Anderson -
WILSON'S CLEARBROOK Marian Brown Ann Wilt CLEAMli fa,

1 and The Betty Auxiliary Ann Flynn realized $263 AT ITS BEST Within The City of Starke

BUTTER 172c from the tea. The Life -of. Your

d roiira l rv. rioiiiitAi 11: CHAN.' Clothes Dependson

t 1.01.Heck ttCHY.ORDER ll-ok P f>,ndunt.Plaintiff OP PUBLICATION es.' v.. No Jim, T>David 581. The Receive Care They. Must Be Inoculated And LicensedAt

1.2 Oz. Can BLACK PEPPER lOc
David Mark, whose adtlroM I. 1405 Garments'Carefully
Atlantic Avenue, Savannah) Georgia All '
Toti. r.iiulrefl to Once
are appear on Hand Finished
4 FLAT SALT For - - lOc May 19th l 1947 In the abovo named
1 Court and cau wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce. Bradford County
; i Telegraph shall publlart this Order

(I 16 Oz. Can Scrappy Dog Food 8c In Wltneai next four my-weakly' hand tajauea.and official :
mat. at Starke, Florida this April C1EANER
lath, un.OrP'ICIAL.
( SEAL A. J. Thomas Dogs Found Running At Without
16 Oz. Bottle P. Z. Grape Juice 20c A. Clerk of said Court Large
C. D. C.
lly Lucille Conner. 110 Washington St., Starke
Joe Hill Williams, Lake Butler Fla.. License Will Be
Allr. for Pit. 4-1S 4t l-t Exterminated

i No. 2 Fancy Cut String Beans lOc

4 Oz. Can Leeds' Potted Meat 5c G +

Comfort and Economy. A. Licenses Now On Sale At The City Hall

No. 5 Can

;Lt d. Blue Label KARO Syrup 50c W.Via soUND LawteyilliM AM' GTIII..at.. BOUND.Pot+.Oealas Via Via.II.... HOUND 0 Aaiamtlao**.* Cenrajs TallakaVia W. HOUND 0vtll.iHIM ..'._ ; You May Have You Dog Inoculated In Starke By The

lisa AM Sil AM Silts AM -
.... AM
77 AM US AM iiaa PM TiM PM Following Qualified
ICtC* AM ..urn AM ItPM Men:
HUM AM .,:101 PM n..... Vs 0.1., .Lab..... citr Via.
Bile PM ..
iis PM ,
D. '
a i.. PM 04/14. ..1,.. n.,..... Baeli Til Sila. PM PM NELSON T. GREEN At Ills Home On Route 200 Between Starke
lOrWt PM
I = "COFFEE am Lb. DagSHOP" Via fll..4l.ar rise HiBil AM PJI Via.ill P.Iaek.AM And Lawtey, Or Behind County Courthouse Each Saturday
a ...
.. Mgdiebargl la. aalTITils : Aftemoo1.
;_ Id. PM ) PM
o 39c

For Courteous, Correct Information Phone 147 1 T. N. KENDRICK '- At His Home On South Orange Street Starke

Ride Florida' Greyhound Lines Inc. Busses
DR. J. P. MACK At Ills Home On Thomas Street
1 "The Friendliest Store In UNION 'BUS STATION : Starke. _

l ,, +i4 Town"I Tempe A" LACY CONWAY. Aa s$ ........n.
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Ig '
f, 1947
to line up more Jobs for veterans .
no fault of their -
ppIicants and other idle workers. Mrs. Rod- able for suitable work own were and avail-classified ][Pine Hill Church Sunday April 19 and 20. about ten customers. Over the ,
Available man said she
hopes to list
dAs Job opportunity in the Starke every area two. as service three, and skilled Church News Invites PublicWe It Is an ultra modern plant for years, Baby Dy-Dee Service Inc.,

Work Here so that veterans and other unem- Compensation of non-veter- the laundering of baby diapers.The has) grown until it now service ,
'seIM a ans Is paid only to those who have wish to company has been establishedIn more than 2.000 customers and
ployed coming to cordially invite
the office
listed to file
are 84 applicants for unemployment compensationmay earned credits in covered employ At The Tabernacle each and every one to attend services Jacksonville since 1940 and its employs 33 people

AI! alJable( for employment 111lid be promptly referred to Jobs. I' ment. at the Pine Hill Congrega- president is Harold W. Shad. The company's large fleet" of

County, Mrs. Helen I. The more Job Payments of employment compensation -' Distinguished guests at the tional Methodist Church, located The company started out In trucks operates throughout Jack I
opportunities listed throughout Tabernacle Sunday night were 1940-when dy-dee service sonville and environs "
'IL of the Gah es- at the state I approximately two miles west of was a Including
I,' Manager State Employment Service offices for the week ending March 29 Frank Eades of Roanoke Va., Starke on the old Brownlee road. real novelty in the South--wltb Starke.
the .
the Florida quicker the Service past President j
!flee of can expedite were $11,69350 and were made of the N.L.E.A. and( r :
service stated this employment of qualified to 7491. These his associate Mr. Holt. meeting Is held each
i ,'IIIeot, figures do They are
) said approxlO persons and aid both employer and not making tour Wednesday night at 8 p. m., with
a of the
State In
Rodman allowances to the I fC
)in'of !hI job applicants employee in fitting qualificationsto veterans paid from 15,500 federal unemployed Interests of the Brotherhood work. I the. m.song Regular service beginning at 7:30p. : Driven 1,000 Miles ?
church services
the Job. Mrs. I
18 are Rodman
and aald.
''t1 men funds which Dr. John McNeill .
H ervlce were $329,219 during who was a II are held Saturday and Sunday
Job applicants Include profes- the same period.Non.veteran guest of the Tabernacle : E T
last week, night, with singing beginning at I
1o Gainesville office of thea sional and managerial four; cleri- payments throughout left Saturday morning for Annln- '7:30: and preaching at 8. Sunday Pure Sure LubricationWainwright's !
Employment Service cal and sales 15; service ton, Ala., to I
eight conduct
Slate : the state for the week re- a aeries of School la held each Sunday morn-
4 yl/1g on an intensive effort skilled 30; semi-skilled 16; unskil- fleeted an Increase over the pre- meetings. Ing at 10 a. m., with Morning

__ led three; and agriculture eight. vious week when $108,887 was A "Mountain Peak" experienceIn Worship Immediately after. 1 j
Made The mOst significant number of paid. the week's service was Friday The Rev.
Tailor- Is pas-
applicants by Individual occupa- We are doing everything evening when two outstanding tor of the church and there are PURE OIL SERVICE STATION I
COVERS tions are found In the cook, farmhand posRlble
Laymen of Tit
EAT us villa. Walter Ma-
to make the local FSE3 offices several other minUtcijH, 01tile
occupations., carpenter and truck driver a central community Job loon, boat builder, and Jenso Carlyle staff, including Rev. F M. Garrett Temple Avenue and Pratt Street I S

clearing house, where all employers citrus grove owner were and son, Ernest, Rev. J. C.
Unemployment Compensation and all workers present to give their testimonies Dixon, and Bro. J. E. Parramore r'
payments In Bradford vumtv durIng ._.__ including vetclans And_ life stories. .. .A. .Inro-A... futnn.....>...A. ........ ..-- ,
-- ---- -
can get the best employ- I" nan just etarted( out m the
the weekdi -i\ih\ -29, ment results," Mrs. Rodman said, gatlon waa present to hear these ministry work. ,

amounted to $73.00 and were madeto urging all applicants for Jobs and I I men. The public is invited, to attend I

five persons, three men and orders for the filing of Job opportunities I Sunday morning the Tabernacle any or all of these services and Why SELL Worked-out TIMBER? .

two women. These recipients who to be made at the Employment ,group was blessed by the presence may feel free at all times to
Service office at the of Rev. George F. Tibbltta! and speak whenever the Lord leads
Guaranteed are listed as Jobless 1 throughIN Armory any Thursday morning, at ,party from Park-of-the-Palms, It will show little or no growth.
J!J Work tlHVUrr COUHT BHtUVOltU which'time a representative from 'Keystone Heights Mr. Tlbbitta It will die sooner or later or be blown
I WARD SEAT CI'I'COUNTY' Y. FLOKIUAl IN CHAN. the Employment Service will be brought his final message of the down by strong winds

Court and cause, wherein plalntlf available. Orders. for workers season before leaving for his summer Hope ChurchThe
COVER CO. v*. Thomas. M. Hooks, Defandunt. may be telephoned to 1278 Gaines home In the Adirondaks. At the present time I have a mar

kfS SERVICE STATION Case ORDER No. 5566.OF PUBLICATION ville. Special music was rendered by annual Homecoming will be ket for worked out timber.I .
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 'Gordon Purdy and Miss Mae held at Hopo Baptist Church, ( I
loe r
10 Court & Madison Sts.IMDT STATE OF FLORIDA to: Thomas.
M. hooks, whose residence and ad- FP&L Extends Ward, with Mrs. Purdy accom Thereaxa Sunday, May 11. All WILL PAY A GOOD PRICE FOR
dress la unknown. I panist. members of the church are asked- I
You are required to aboveenamed Rural Lines In to be present to join In the events IT N-O-W!
May 19th, 1947. In the A special treat La in store for SEE: ;
etR1R Court and case, wherein of the day beginning with Sunday
/ plaintiff of the young people, as well as the
seeks divorce and restoration or Spite ShortagesDespite School
at 10
a. m. Dinner will be I
maiden older when
name Bradford County ones Saturday night
Telegraph shall publish this Order the "Potater Family" will be In- served on the grounds at noon. Send me a pout card and f'
materials shortages Edwin W. Peck
In next four
weekly laxuen.
Everyone is Invited to attend. -- I Hill to '
Witness.. my hand and official which reached an all time high troduced. You are Invited to clinic HIM you. I
seal C. Sullivan, clerk.Presbyterian.
at Starke, Florida, this April
meet this
Interesting family.
18th. 194T.OFFICIAL. mark last year Florida Power &:
( SEAL) A.S.: Thomas.!, Light Company during 1946 built Phone 659-J P. O. Box 463 Gainesville, Fla. i
A. Clerk of Bald Court.
By Lucille C. D. C. 633 miles of rural electric lines, Methodist ChurchThe ChurchWith
n.f..reriJt: ::: ,
T. Frank : Fla. setting a new record for construc-
Attv. for l-lt. 4.18 4t 5-9 tion of this kind, J. H. Dupre, observation a f National many of the churches ol I
district manager announced yes Family Week begins Sunday America we will observe FAMILY
I FOLKS: terday. morning at the 11 o'clock hour In WEEK. At the Sunday Morning SEE THE
t i nun wrapped up In hlm- the First Methodist Church. All service at eleven o'clock! the pastor
makes a pretty smallkage. \ e s The new figure eclipses by 179 departments of the church will will speak on the Theme,

[ Just a bundle of j miles the company's 1939 previous have a part In a "every home '"The Christian Home". Familiesare
record of 504 miles
added In one
e., e e visitation and prayer" program Invited! to alt together In tho MOROCCO TEMPLE MINSTRELS, t
year.One that is being offered this week. church. Visitors who have no
4 Dad, : :Sly son doenn'ti 1s of the gainers In 1946'a Holy Communion will be observedat Church-home In Starke are Invited.

i to get married. program Is this district with an both morning and evening ser to Join us In this "Festival of the SATURDAY MAY 3RD ,
nd Dad: Oh. yealiT Just l 1 Increase of 23 per cent in its lines. vices. Homo",
it till the wrong girl come Blanding District now has a total
In discussing the plans for Fam- Special music will feature both
of 73.87 miles of rural lines. AT
g e a "Rural electrification", DuPre ily Week the Rev. W. J. Church- this service and the Mother's Day
well, pastor stated: "Christian service on May 11. .
lilnk of the time we upend /n t 111tnJle said, "refers to lines carrying f
{ living begins at home. Make Sunday School will convene at
King out of thing we never r electricity to rural users In their
.home a center of love and 9:45. Classes and
luld your : are growing
hate gotten Into. homes, farms and businesnea. Rur-
WHANDSTRIPPINGSHOWN al electrification makes farmingand Christian citizenship. Share as a each Sunday the attendance has t.
family In community service. We I exceeded the total enrollment. Auspices of Starke Shrine Club
1 I course\ you can make up rural businesses more profit-
i ol that -lout time" by FREE able. It increases farm-produc- ,are especially inviting new families The Young People will have "''f I r
to worship with us. The
rtna: your car service prob- Uon-per-man makes automatic irrigation their service at 6:30.: ,
i to Temple & lAke where Courthouse Starke possible, and enables the !choir will render special selections. Last Sunday Mr. Guy Andrewswaa TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT ; I ,

b> I Ifl as fast aa It Is com Thurs. May 8 farmer to operate quick-freezing I "Wednesday evening at 8 o'clockwe ordained and Installed to the
e any time between 7Im. and fruit processing plants. will have a special receptionfor office of Ruling Elder and Memri

and 11 p. m. SjOOP.M. "Actual studies", DuPre continued new members who have Joined Robert Kite and B. C. Holtsendorf ALL DRUG STORES & f
I "made. at the University of Jhe church this year, and we want Sr., were inducted into the
GULF OIL PRODUCTS Courtesy of Minn., on work done by farm every member to be there to receive -!office I, of Trustees of the Starke W I! "\

| Washing Polishing wives disclosed Interesting figures. them. C. H. Nasworthy Isj!:,Church. THE GUIDON GRiLL"
Greasing GENERAL MILLS Inc It-found that one woman on an' the general chairman, assisted by' -J. W. Kaufman Pastor
unelectrlfled farm carried 4 and! every department of the church. ,

| Temple & Lake Farm Service Div. 3-4 tons of water and worked 57 Mrs. W J. Jones superintendentof Christian Church f

Service Station hours to wash 3of a ton of the home department will pro-
clothes during a 13-week test per- vide transportation for the shut- The Rev. J. B. Dixon, supply I
Phone 179 ADMISSION FREE! iod. After an electric pump andwashing ins. Mrs. I* D. Vining will pro- pastor of the First Christian EARN While You LEARN toRY i f

machine were Installed, vide flowers for all mothers who Church, announces the following
I she washed a similar amount of attend on Mother' Day. Really, services for Sunday, May 4: 10a. --

clothes during 13 weeks in only this program will be one that will m. Bible School; 11 a. m., sermon On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS
33 hours and electricity pumpedthe stir your emotion. Honor familyby "The MUST In Soul Win- i
water." attending church on the two ning"; 8 p. m. "The Cross of Ro- t

L B. Alvarez & Son Sundays pastor stated, May 4 and May 11," the jection". I I

Miss Lu Edwards of Lawtey will Bible Story HourOne We are now Approved for the following : t

Transfer & Co. EXPERT be guest soloist Sunday morning, courses: n.-.7\ '
Storage and for the evening service the hundred and two children Basic C;round Primary and Advanced I

Rev. and Mrs. Stroud of Mayan and eight adults enjoyed the Flying Also Private, Com --.....: .... I
Phone 179 Cuba, will have charge. "Theseare story of the "Ascension" at the mercial and F11 I I J ir h t Instructor ---.- >
fine lovely folks. They were Bible Story Hour In the Meth- Course. Approval No. 5B.;>0. .':'::-:':::- '
e recalled from China at the be- odist recreation building Tuesday

[Moving andLStpiagji We operate local and long I ginning i wonderful of the contribution war and have to madea the served Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thun.I I l'1'

in work," the stated. adults present were Mrs. A W.
distance Anywhere e Cuban pastor ;
Young people will meet at 7 p. Anderson, Mr*. W. E. Middleton, Nights 7:30 P. M.
the State of Florida. ,m. Sunday and Mrs. Stroud will and Mrs. A. E. Bond.

SERVICEChas.C. 'speak on the young people1 work.
Fast, Careful Moving The Garfield Evans Sub-District ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALServices CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE

meeting will be held in Waldo at St.Mark's .
for Sunday PHONU: 117 OK 32
Monday night at 8 o'clock. "We i I
Episcopal Church: Chu..chSchool
ShepherdAt are very happy to have the
Strouds as the sub-district is caring 10 a. m.; Holy Communion CONWAY AIRPARK I
7i,1Bt..iry);, ( i_; aiy ...Ir'; Gay's Service Station for a young man of the school and Sermon 11 a. m. I

In their work," Mr. Churchwell Friday: E. Prayer and Bible

stated. Class Adv.)
Rev. S. W Creasey. t

11 I Diaper Service S MRKET:I.\Ci. .

2 ; r srrrrrss FOR SALE Now OccupyingUltra ,1t'i "' ,9o- t-&

16x16 Army Hutments Modern.Plant _

I What' on my mind today The name thing that' probablyon
DELIVERED! operatedby
$200 EACH A new J100.00O plant every houxewife'.. spring cleaning' Out I'm not goingto
STAHKK: AND VICINITY' !* Baby Dy-Dce Service, Inc.. let it Ret mn down and I hope you won't let It get you
'which Is represented in Starke by down either. That' why I want to share some of my petlaborsaving .
A 1I ALSO I Meat with you. Try them and sue if they don't 1.
I rfk' Mrs., Hartmann, was formally opened .make it easy to take it easy! .
) (, 1 complete heating unit with 4f steam at 1142 June Street South
MANS .01 THI BUSY' sulphate, which you can get at the ;
ii ikt radiators. Jacksonville, on Saturday .and drug atore. _
; I When I'm to my can In 1 pols.
t hot water units with 1000-gallon tanks. up To protect! floor from furniture)
S } a1 and (a* who lun't them" t
I mark and scratches
iron wash sinks. wax rockers:
Toilets and cast than I
? days?), I'm more grateful
and feet of chairs and table. when
Electric fixtures.Miscellaneous I LADIES ever for A&P'a rea.ly-to-eat ANN wax floor..
MAKE YOUR SUIT : plumbing fixtures--Hoil pipe. I PACE BEANS. They're limply you To make your your home "com "

Adjustable library shelves. %...... LET US .. -d11 delicious J Just the clean"! from attic to cellar get
LOOK LIKE I CLEANTHEM i 'tI/J4 way they come BRIGHT HAIL cleaning' aid at ,. '
Sheet galvanized metals out of the can ..
'IOU restored A&P. +
Every of theaafine
your ono
can have spring-like freshness
21x48 Buildings with Novelty Siding.All and extra-tatty doe such
l to product a thoroughJob
Jour suit, if you bring it to us. Back It sizes Water Pipe Valves and Fittings.All I fined like thin' : that, no homemaker ahould be
comes, immaculately clean and perfectly Lumber. Fill a casserole without them. I'I //II
Sizes .
I with 3 l-ll can .
pressed l Just try it and see how careful 1-4 Inch Plywood. Half Price. Of ANN PACE BEANS with iiork TEA fO. THI 11515Doesn't ''t.I 11

cleaning can give your suit the look that wins No. 1 Oak Flooring. I and tomato sauce (enough for Agenerouii a cup of tea do wonder L .
admiring glances. For cleaning that's fresh servings); top with for when '
: you you're ? It
Windows and Frames Complete. weary
and dice of ham or bacon and then does for .. '' w I
sweet breeze depend on us.RODT. me. especially when It's
as ,
a spring
Screens and Doors. : \\r. HAVE KRCENTY IN. bake for :Jf D minutes in a moderate full of really Invigorating! flavor
Aluminum Roofing. STALLED \ HIIOK BMINE oven a50'.'. That's why I always u.e OUR I
Cement Plaster-mortar mix, finish lime. I AND CLEANING IE- OWN. NrfOTAK '
315 SEE J. M. EDWARDS To remove watermarks from a TEAS from OmA4l I
/J11 l I !: WIlL MAKE!: TIIOSKSfMMKIf : waxed Ankh,takeoff old wan with '. They're all 1: I

I GREEN. 9letu t TempleAve. Bradford Engineering Co. j I : SHOES LOOK liquid war; apply a fresh coat. Flavor Tented at .
7/ LIKE!: NEW.BIGGS To mildew-proof awnings and no matter which -
PHONE 91 -- -=- -+> I shower curtains soak them in veryaoapy you choose you 4
";:: i Ii & BAKER water and. without rinsing can be sure you're hitching your
lIer'fIIIIj. dip them In a solution of copper ,i tea wagon to a atari I
1 105: W. Call St. _
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Florida' for approval> of my nld In next rout weekly laauea.XVItneKN STATE OP
Engagement Princeton University and at 5 Generations Represented At Anniversary Final n port mill for my final.ill.- my hand and. official Alvarts 8an.- .fl't.\Jl1lb"... Ie
Princeton Theological Seminary.For charge iw such Jixecillor. ,seal at "'tark... Florida< this May and address l I. V,who, a
s+m + This Seth April, 1947. I, 1847.JOFFICIAt. Vedado, Havunn r ,IIJO',, 'lit
Is Announced several years he was a member d'1oV', BUHNS.Kxeuutor SEAL,) A. J. Thomas, ,
of the Faculty of Beaver College aforenald.. An Clerk of said Court. Ju.oul.art91: reiii, ii," d eI
Mrs Richard S. Fernandez: announces and before coming to Starko G-3 41 5-23 Hy Lucille C. Connor, D. C. Court and -anKeeka th";
T. Frank andrum, Blarke. Florida.
life engagement' of her was pastor: of the Richardson I; iv cmrrrr 01'11'1', Lin\nFf\nU Atty. for Pit 6-3: 4t Sa Telegraph shall .R.11'11.>If2M1' T,
daughter jAlice Wheeler, to Dr Memorial Presbyterian Church In (COIVT. F'.OI..U.tI,,>- In next four w. ,'kh .sui Ihl.
of y' 1I i i.nr.AKomlno. i.v: mtrrrr coi IIT. IIR'PFonD Wltneas ,
Warren Kaufman .
: '
Philadelphia.The JiiuKlluroll, Plaintiff. <.oPVTY' FI.UIIIU.1 IV CIIAJoseph !\- sal I At Stark 10"' .
the First Presbyterian' Church of date for the wedding has Adele QunKllaroll Defendant. Case ..:nv. I 1, 3947.OFFICIAL. "d, 44th,
I 'fLir1 No BOOS.oiu Anthony Sanchea, Plaintiff, ( SEAL,
this city. not yet been announced.Davis.Smith 'L )ia: (>(I' pt'T1r.ICA1'ION v*. luabel Alvarea. Hanchea, Oefen* All Clerk of snld'. '.',url 7
Mian Fernandez was graduated ?' AND NOTK'12 TO A1'PEAItSTATE ; dant. Cane No. Sflnu. liy Lucille C. roar. : \
OF PIXHUIIA to: Adele ORDER nl" PUHLlf'ATrO'lf T. Frank Landrun, "
I. from Florida State College for QuiiKllaroll, whose residence and AND NOTICE] TO APPEAR AU)'. for Plf tllartq'1' I
Women and later did graduate addrean Ix: % N. I'nKancllI. 62 !\lainStr..I. .1 ,
Windsor Locks Connecticut.You
-at the University of Florida -
courses -
Mr. and Mrs Rawson J. Davis are remilre.l to appear in -
at Duke University, and at June 3, 1941 In the above named
I announce the engagement of their Court Hr..i !:flu", wherein plaintiffsacks
the Eastman School of Music In .e divorce. Hrttd'orrt County: ANYONE CAN NOW AFFORD To]
f Rochester, N: Y. For several daughter, Ida Lulu, to Mr. Leon- 4.4; ;Telegraph. shall publish' : this OrderIn
yean she taught English In the ard Foster Smith Jr., son of Mr. next four. weekly I dues.

junior and senior Classen of Bradford -''L. F. Smith and the late Mrs. 1. t r Oral Wlfn al KB Stnrke my, Fit hand! rda! in, l thin official May

High School and for more Smith of Starke. 1, 1IM7.OFPICIAh! FLYBy
( SEAL) A. J. !"human,
than eight years has been directorof Miss Davis Is a senior at the An Clerk of .sold. Cmirt.Hy .
the Presbyterian Choir. Florida State College for Women Lu''llle C. Conner, D. C.
T. Trunk. I.n ntlrimi, starke, Florida.
1 Dr. Kaufman a native of :Jit and will receive her A. B. in 4. 1II Atty for Pit 1>-2 4t 8-23 Joining Join The Conway Flying Clu

Carmel, Pa., Is a graduate of Kducatlon: In June.. Mr. Smith Is
the of Floe ifinri IT rniitr, Dt'\\)Fi>tti>
Lebanon Valley College and did attending University .A
f'OI \ TV, ..LOIIIU. ,
poat-graduate work at the University ida. Both are graduates of Brad- i iI I ( HIV.Tuldnre] MEMBERSHIP: DUES $5.00 PEU MONTH(

of Pennsylvania, at fold High School. llrarninn ORDER Itrafman.riefeiidnnt OP IMJflLjCATION Plaintiff. CHUB v No*. Ruth CtiM. Entitles Member to Flying Time At The Kate of $ij

; Brafmau, whose residence and address -

a 45 55 65 & 90 Lb. You la are unknown.r"q"lr..1 to appear on
Roofing Consult Mr. At
--- Tune. 2, 1947. In the above named Conway Airpark or i 5
Court and >ium, w h ''vi I lalnUlfeekN i
i : dlvorre.: Bradford County L. L. Libby At Garage
Telegraph 'I this Oidvr
KED, BLUE Photo by Hollywood Camera A 111ft Shop. In next four weedy lamieH.AVltneim .
Thick Butt my hand and official
Shingles GREEN Pictured above are five generations' represented at the Golden :eel 1. ,1947.' at Htnrke" Florida, thin May

Wedding<< celebration of Mr. and I\IrIl. Jim Adklnn In Hampton on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

Sunday, April 20. From left to right: Mrs. Laura Howard of Jax'kHoiivlllr A" Clerk of Halil. Cour .
rty Ijuellle C. Conner r> C.T.
6 Outboard Motor mother of Mrs. Adklnit; Mrn. Adhlna of Hampton; Mrs. Frank andruni, Ktarke, Florida..
Mercury Hp. AU)'. for ?If. 1>-2 4t 6-2:1:
Miriam Kelly daughter of Mrs. AOklnn; I'. W. Kelley Jr., and BonnieJo Stock Reducing SAL

Kelley all of Miami. -v Cllt'IIT f-nfitT. nnAmrnnn.
'r ,''iiTV; FL.OIIIIXI Ii CMA.N-" :

i New Oil) Range 3 Burner WITH T. E. L. Class Meets ,,25. 1M7.! Annie('V.I''Zimmerman-. Oar)'. Plaintiff
J OVEN I An(OFFICIAL(Merle i>t HEAL acid )Court A. J. Thomas vii. Joseph Uary, Defendant. Case Now In Progress At
No. BB01.:
II With Mrs. MooreThe (*. I.
iw KxfhanjreBlilif.
I I \ .. J..lPk.oV'm: :, Florida ORDER OP I'tTBLIfATION
i T. E. L. Class (Ladies' Adult Attyn. for fit._ 1>.2 4t B-33 OV FLORIDA to: Joseph
1 Used Table-Top Oil Range i\ niifi IT coi HT. \m--niiD Clary, whoRe renlilenre and address Barksdale's Storl
Bible Clans) of the First roi t1' PLMIIIUt IV .'II\:11: I.: H4i! KiiKt 163rd Street: lironx, ,
/yy Baptist Church met for the regular (K.ll I.Dorothy. New York.
monthly meeting Monday K. Quinn Plaintiff v*. You are req-ilred to appear on
Merlierr II Quinn Defendant. Case .Tune. 2, 1917 in the above named
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock In the No. 5694.UKKER. ('''urt arc Ca'l'il, wherein plnmr.rffiftsa ::
b Many Other ItemsIn home of Mrs. D. W. Moore with OK PrnT.ICATIOM dlvorre. Bradford County STARKE FLA.
AND NOTICE TO Al'PKAIt ;;I It'rh': weedy' this Older ,
nine members present. STATE OP FLORIDA to: Herbert next l auev.
ff (Quln whose residence IH un- Witness my hand ant offMnl!
Hardware The Devotional was given by known. real at titarke: jo'lorldlL. nil May
Quality Come & See For Yourse
Mrs. Alma Hough followed by a You are to appear on 1, 1947.
beautiful prayer made by Mrs. W. June 2, 41.\.lrthle\: above mimed OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Court unit cause, wherein plaintiff Aft Clerk of aalT Court. ._ ..
1 II. Alexander. Neeka annullment. Bradford CnuntTvlfirrnph / Hv Lucille C. Conner. IX C. --- ,
1'I Frank Landrmn, Starke, Fln.ldn.I .
nhall publish this OrderIn
During the business session a next four weekly |NHU'*". All)'. for i'K. 64t G.1
1 collection of $8.10 was taken. The Wltneftiv mv hand and official nenlnt ONE LOT NICE DRESSES
Farmers' SupplyMIKE class voted at this time to give 8tarlu. Florida, thin April 29 I iv nnrrir (0'1', lilt tlPOnll
1947.OFKiriAL (101 STY, FI.OIIIUAIKalhorlno I IY .'Ii.tN'FtRY. : -
a vase shower for the local hospital ( 813 A I.) A. J. Thomas, ( .
at the next month's meeting. AM Clerk nf nalil Ci>urt.Chili. KUIe: !Speed; Oray Plnln-'
.. n.IA.,. 204-05 Realty Bldg.. tiff vii JamcH Arthur Qray, Defen REDUCED 20 PERCENTWERE
During the social l hour Mrs. Jackiionvllle. Florida dant. Casa No. BH03.oF .
MAKUCA. Owner STARKE, FLA. Atly. for fit. S-2 4t 11.23 -r>i<:rt on1 rtni.irATioN
Moore, assisted by Mrs.'ebb, ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR _'HI "'" ,_ _u. _._ _,_._ .. ... ---t
served delicious strawberry short- :\' o'rle, OK "PI.le0" STATE OP FLORIDA to: Jamei .
cake with FOR T\X I1KKHHolme : Arthur Oray, whose residence andnddress \O\\
whipped cream.
topped .
Bill Yo. INI1JNOTICB : U: 37 n. r iwnixl Drive
I Following the meeting Mrs. IH IIKKEBV OIVEV riiomhlll, aiamrow Scotland
that L. (0;. Lee the holder of the You are f1"lr.1 to appear tn NYLON HOSE . 1.85 1.4
Hough, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs.
I following certificates han filed Haldcwrtlfluaten June :2, 1947, In the above named
May :nth. Is'rJtAeff1J@ O. A. Anderson and Mrs. Moore issued thereon.for a The tax deed certificate to be Cnurt and divorce.' .."e".Bradford herein idnlnt'Useeks County RAYON HOSE '. 1.00 .8

visited the patients at Shadycrest number and years of Issuance, the, Telegraph hall "..hll h tils Older 1.8
L'adles 2.03
Hospital and presented them with description of the property and the In next, four weekly Issues, BLOUSES
flowers. name. In which, It wan a.ee..ed are \Vltne mv hand !and .iffli'lnlfool 1.5
an follows at thin Ladies SLIPS ,. 1.98
Htnrfce Florida May
Certificate 1
No. Year of lammnee .
March 29! 1947.Iixnoil 1 i 47.fOFFIflA Ladies PANTIES .; .98 .7
r. ,
.I (.R( .'.. COI'HT. RHAItKOim' bv the City. of Starke for SEAL A..1. Thomas -
An Clerk of Court
<-(,! MTY FLORIDA IN III,A!SiMxorKv the 1D49 City nf Ntarke' Taxe aid
Hv t.urllle C. > .
r dinner 1 t' Ladies GOWNSI, 3.95
f'I<::IIY. Poiirrlptlon of Property. Com. at
T. Frank I. nil .
* n stark Flor'
H. .. rum ''
Wood Plaintiff v MW Corner of Madison A Fay ,
Irene r, Wood, Defendant, Case Streets and run S aj6 ft for a point Atty. for Plf. 5 a 4t 5-31 Baby DRESSES 2.95 1.9
No. BBSa.OltllBM. of h"lI OF PUBLICATION H 82H ft. S: ton ft. N 12H ft. to roi'M'rr rinn-iT, ...."O..ItT..onID.', 8n IY tDFOUI t:1I.\N-) Ladies SHOES . 6.50 4.9Children'
WE ANti NOTICE TO APPBAKHTATK point of lirarlnnlnfr. Section. 38, -.. .
OK FLOIUDA tot: Irene T. Township A Mouth Rang 22 East, I 2'9Men's
1': Kenrlck Plaintiff. vs SHOES 3.50
Wood whose residence 1..1: 440 nth8Ir..I. In the City of Htarke Florida. ,. .
Harriett r
t r ITEMS/ FOR MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS San Diego, California.Vuu Name In which a""H.,1 _. Cane No. 0601.OHDRIl Kenrlck. Defendant 2.9Men's
.. Dress SHIRTS 3.75
are required to appear onJune All of .1,1 property being In the OF rVnUt-ATIOft .
' KJt.t I
2, 1947 In the above named County of liradforri, State of Flor-
fv I Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff TO APPEAR Work PANTS 3.85 2,9
I seeks Ida.Unlen STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Harriet
ALARM CLOCKSAt divorce ITadford County such certificate or rertlfluatee I. Kenrlck, whose residence and .
T.le raph hall publUh this Orderhi
ihall be redeemed according address In: 19 KiiHtlo' Road, Htoneham .
next four weekly ImiieH.Wltneiie to law tho property floncrlhed Insuch Maesachueetta.You .
4.45 & 4.95 my hand and official certificate or certificate will Hundreds of f Other
fnnt. \ Htnrke. Florida, thU April cnurt be old house to. the door highest! on the bidder first at Mon the June 2.are 1947 required, In tint to above appear named on Bargains

W.C.T.U.Thnmaa i'.ahl In And month( y"rJJ:::, ,1947 l94'i.. which Court.......k. and divorce Onune,Bradford herein plaintiff County

av 1947.Dated thin 25th day of April, T..rap.han! publish this Order

ECKOPressure (OFFI( 7AL BRAD .1. Thomas
A. Edison born 100 Clerk of rir.vilt <'curtA'o Bradford
Waffle Irons yearn" alto, who gave the world County Florida. (UK AD
CookersAt ,I tile phonograph! electric streetcar 5-3 4t 6-23 r Get Your Spring ;;

9.95 ;
etc, etC', etc declared IX TIIM] rorvrv "I'nfa" rot HTor
13.95 "I am a total abstainer from StIL\UFOIID'o'N'l'V' ..011II. -

,I elrhoholln liquor. I always .\. IN PRORATE Engine Tune-Up Today! :

felt I had better use for my In He ESTATE' OF JOHKPH M.

I brain than to poison It with ALVAREZ deceHeed )

1 alcohol. To put alcohol In the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: SPARK PLUc"S LET USCheck
Kadak HANDBAGS Take notice that I have filed my
human brain III like putting Petition for Final Dlnchara; and
I Hand In the bearing of an engine. my Final 1 ae Kxcutor of We Have The
the Last Will and Tenement of Right Plug :Your Brakes-
... .
, Joseph M. 1IvlL... deceoned. and '
Copied from The National that on the 4th day of J"no. A. I>. For Your FORD Genuine Ford Brake Linings
ll>47. at lOA. M. o'clock.. I will
Also Plenty of I Voice. apply to the. linn. F.. K. Ferryman,
County Judge of llradford County Now Available

Electric GRILLS MOTHER'S DAY 4 I NEFord Fuel Pumps -

At 12.75 CANDIES J 6 or 8 Cylinder New MOTORS

or 8 Cylinder
I IN ,1 NEW Carburetors ON6 HAND NOW .

Whitman'sHollingsworth r .

J New 6:00'x '16 Goodyear Tires & Tubes


& McPhails New 7:50x20 8 Ply
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Electric Toasters

CARAMELS r ,, We Have

4.65 & 4.95 CHOCOLATE Truck Lettering .


Window Lettering

If Show Cards & k BATTERIES I

Large Selection =
'W The Correct
Mother's Day Cards Battery
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i tq PLENTY OF a L r, ''


Electric IRONS Wrist Watches

10.95 Pocket Watches i FLA. ANDREWS MOTOR CO.

a \- j

Koch Drug Store PIIONE 118 STARKE FLA.

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and at Florida for of Raidfr'lnul In next four weekly leeu.l STATE '
Princeton University, approval my
5 Generations Represented At official Sanl'h".LOlIDA
Anniversary hand and Alvares
Engagement Witness my II'
Report for my final dlNchurqn '
Princeton Theological Seminary. > this Way and address In .v ..
la Announced For several years he was a member 80th dnv .it April '947EOW"HD t, 1947. V dado. Havana ,:,I hlOI IklOFFICIAL
DL'HNS. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You
of the Faculty of Beaver Col- Executor ato..ld.G. ( .. Clerk of olil Court.My : are 1'1111.A. t1 .
Mrs Richard S. Ft>rnand e. announces lege and before coming to Starke yzt ." 4t 0-JS Liifllle C. Connor, I>. C. Courtland9j-...ill'h a"" P
Ute of her T. Frank iJindrum Bturke, Plorlda.Atty. seeks dlvo.7. n iA". !
engagement of the Richardson
was pastor for Plf. 6U; 1-13 Telegraph shall ., "
daughter Alice Wheeler to Dr. Church in IV OIIMTIT C'OI'IIT. MNArtKnitfl In \antlerrd" .
Memorial next tour
( Presbyterian {'OI''\T', F1.0IIIKAI IX (,11"f" "'- 1Y" ,sued'
John Warren Kaufman pastor of Philadelphia > |;IIV.AfroNtlno. i.v nnrriT ('Oln'r, nil. "I>FOBOi Wltn.ss 111) ,
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rr *" sap's. "' j., ed
QuHfrllaroll. Plaintiff.I i i{.ol'\I'rl".LO.UUAI'.CH' '0<0
the First Presbyterian Church of c.v: .
The date for the wedding has Adds Qusglinrulldufsndaat... : I ; I INft I --
thla city. :not yet been announced.DavisSmith rewe
Mild Fernandez was graduatedfrom a

Florida State College for 11Y. lit :...
Women and later did 1 graduate yl ..
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of Florida
:courses -at the University d'
Mr. and Mrs. Rawson J. Davis I It.'I' ." :
at Duke University, and at I '' :. ::1.it! "
announce the engagement of their ." .
the Eastman School of Music in Jftt.
Rochester N: Y: For several j, daughter, Ida Lulu .to Mr. Leon- "'(..<,, ... ". \ '' \ ,
years she taught English In the ard Foster Smith Jr., son of Mr. ": :;

junior and senior Classen of Brad- L. F. Smith and the late Mrs. ; .

ford High School and for more Smith of Starke E : : ;: :

than eight years has been director Miss Davis 10 a senior at the ./ :
.. ''A
1 of the Presbyterian Choir. Florida State College for Women l 1gfe I .irJ' ,. \11(1 .
Dr.. Kaufman a native of Mt. and will receive her' A. B. In ..; : :.;;)."i'. ,.T > .

.Carmel, Pa., Is a graduate of Education In June. Mr. Smith Is ':
f Lebanon Valley College and did attending the University of Flor- ,
post-graduate work at the University ida. Both are graduates of Bradford .,
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Thick Butt :
Shingles :
GREEN Pictured above are five gel ,. ,
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Wedding celebration of Mr. an, J 'II'Iw'!_ # .c.': ,. r'

Sunday April 20. From left to ." ..' .. ""J.j
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Mercury 6 Hp. Outboard Motor "(Nonvllle mother,>> of Mr*. Adkln .j ., < : '.' II
Miriam Kelly, daughter of Mm. A ., y '

Jo Kelley. all of Miami. ', ,. ,. : .\ .. ;.

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New Oil Range 3 BurnerWITH T. E. L. Class Meets \ ,' 'J<,L; .: "' r'
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With Mrs. MooreThe ', : .' 'r
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T. E. L. Clam (Ladles' A ( .,. ". .; '.r If;., h
1 Used Oil ;\ :
i Table-Top Range dull Bible Clans) of the First .' }:, .: ',.. '
Baptist Church met for the regular .hi, '. .; '
monthly meeting Monday "' ,.. ,:': '.
afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in the '.' ,

Many Other ItemsIn home of Mrs D. W Moore with '. J'0': : ; J''

nine members present.The .

Hardware Devotional was given by ,,, ',..: .:.' I '. ,' .
Quality ;; "
Mrs. Alma Hough followed by a ..". "' '" '
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beautiful prayer made by Mrs.,W,- ,i'' I > ..," .1'" ,
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B. Alexander. "..: "'.
During the business session a1, ..: '
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collection of $6.10 was taken. The, ". r \"
Farmers' \ :
Supply class voted at this time to givea '::7 ,' 'I .: ,
shower for the local hos ;
vase ,.;.. .. ...
pital at the next month's meeting.) .,. '",,." .. (
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MIKE MAKUCA, Owner STARKE, FLA.LWLfLW. During the social hour Mrs.; ;, ..' j"J":: w:
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Moore assisted by Mrs. Webb -
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served delicious shortcake : : : < :
strawberry -;: ; "

topped with whipped cream.' ::,'\: ,. :: :::1 ..):. .. ,
Following the meeting Mrs. "" '.
Hough Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. <;. ., '':::. .', '; ;"

3 May 12th. Is O. A. Anderson and Mrs. Moore ) ::;., "...{ ,,:,*.J,!"o 4's, ..t'.. ..1.f... .(('fl'!''": "
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visited the patients at Shadycrest .i .N. .. ..:'. l' I.. .'-. !.. '.
Hospital and presented them with .' ., ':v. .'..
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flowers. . :. ...
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1'f rmci'iT roi'ni' nnAIFOIIO ., .I ..
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27otheiiaj I'UI IVfY FLOHIUA l> CHAM- 'or .: ... .' ..,
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K Wood DeCondunt. Case ., :
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ALARM CLOCKSAt seeks divorce. Pfariford County ",. ,,:li 'ti. :1':
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Cookers .1 the phonograph, electric streetcar .:; ,

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4.65 & 4.95 CHOCOLATE Lettering i *

Window Lettering

I Show Cards

Large Selection 1

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Mot"e s Day Cards ;


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BETTY CROCKER Alarm Clocks ,) 18 MONTHS _

Electric IRONS Wrist Watches .!

i fm t. 10.95 Pocket Watches I'',:, FLA. ANDREWS MOTOR CO.


Koch Drug Store f PIIONE H8 STARKE FLA.

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