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: January 16, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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? lUI1i VOLUME SEVENTY STAKKE. FLORIDA: iiD--\i-i.iliiiJ.\UY-18; : 193----: NUMBER ELEVEN:
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ANUfAC1JR r r l ; ; Modern Home of National Plastics

"'i,: \ Ai Registration 1942 Good Year I Bids To Be Let

.if I Books To Open Says Bank ReportTo 'On Three Roads,

I In PrecinctsJ. Stockholders a$4'ak Bayless SaysState
1 above 18 one of the attractive new signs that are wel- JUX;

otonlHfc.* to Starke. Topped by a. luscious bunch of Brad- **
,R strawberries, the sign, placed by the Chamber of Comadvt'rtl'le R. Kelly, County Supervisorof i Following are excerpts from I + Senator Charley E. Johns

r III/nty Starke as "A Really Friendly Town". Everyone la Registration, announces that 'the annual report to stockholders has received the following letter

C to live to the motto BO that tourist the registration books will open by the Florida Bank at Starke, under date of Jan. 13, from F.
C of up '
urged l by th" Feb. 2 in W, B. Sewell president: |
favorable first Impression! of the city. I Monday the eight Elgin Baylesa, chairman of the
then will get a county precincts as follows: "The year of 1947 has been one i State Road Department:

No. 1 (Lawtey)-City Hall L. of further post war readjustmentwith "My Dear Charley:

Chairman Urges H. Hill deputy supervisor.No. conflicting currents in our "In response W your inquiry I

Group Public Support Of 2 (North Starke) Sis- national econbmy- and rather unfavorable am glad to tell you that the following -

trunk's Store, Mrs. Verdle Futch. agricultural:: productionIn projects will be advertised< '

March of :Dimes No. 3 (South Starke) Tor- Bradford County, during the month for bids receivable

Convene Here ode Chevrolet Co.. C. A. DriKgers./ "By comparison with other Shown above Is the attractive home of National a'lMtI1II, Inc., February 19:

The 1948 March ''of Dimes of No. 4 ,(Graham) Dempsey's banks and In relation} to local con- Just north of the city limit on Route 200. The plant, which began I "Job 2804-201, for paving Road

i Committee of the the National Foundation for In- Store Louis Dempsey.No. ditions, ourbank, made favorable operation lastM*'k, Is now processing" material preparatory to 18, Bradford County, from Brookerto

Lnal Executive Laymen's Evangelistic fantle Paralysis swung; into its ,,5,,(Hampton) B. Y. Sax- progress with excellent earnings assembling Its "specialty" a simulated- neon railed Itay-O-MW. Union County line.
second week
Monday, according
tlatfcn( r e p r esentlng 12 chairman on's Store, Mrs. Pearl M. Horne. for the, year of 1947. The company now nan 18 employee on the payroll. A distribution "Job 2910-201, for paving Road
Marvin Rosier, county ,
t, will be in session at the who disclosed that for No. 6 (Theressa) Slbley's "On December 31, 1947 the combined offlcn for Ray-O-IJte will be opened In Atlanta around Feb. 1, and a 18, Columbia County, from Mlkea-

ache in Starke all day Sat- programs still Store Mrs. Delaney Dickinson.No. loans and discounts of the framJilee drtar'ulll open In Low Angeles before March I, according vllle to Union County line
public participation on a
Jan. 24, it was announcedIr'dsy more intensive scale are scheduled ." (New River) Post Of ,20 banks comprising the Florida to a statement yesterday! by Joe Arnold, secretary-treasurer' of the "Job 3907.201 for paving Road

; by J. T. Qulgley. from today on through January flee Mrs. Mana Wiggins.No. National Group was 72426230. new concern. 'f 18, Union County, from Columbia
1 o'clock Saturday night 8 (Brooker) CoL on's 57; total capital funds were $21.- County l1"e0 Bradford County
7:30: 30, closing date of the an-
Store R. A. Colson. 829386.44; total deposits 9343- line."
will be a big rallly_ and a nual fund-raising appeal. -
The books will remain in the 566212.52: ; and total resources of I Confer "
Tabernacle With
al service in the "The drive Is now at the halfway 36895053277.: : These totals Jitney-Jungle: Andrews To'Run BaylrM
which instrumental and I above named places until 'Mon are Senator Johns, County Commissioner -
ij I mark, Mr. Rosier commented. -
fromIn day, March 1, when they will be materially larger than those of E. L.
and testimonies Crawford, L. Q.
I music, "So far It looks as if the peo
walks of life will returned to the office of the sup- any,other group of banks In Flor Johns of Hampton. and F. J.
various pie of Bradford County are Join For Tax Assessor
ida. Opening TodayA
atured. ; ing the March of Dimes in their ervisor In the courthouse, where "From December, 31 1946 to Shaw of Starke formed a delegation
they will remain open during calling on Chairman Bayless
Sunday morning, Jan. usual wholehearted way. Reports
i 'I December 31; 1947 our deposits
March and of i .
part April. Jitney-Jungle Self-Service In Tallahassee'Tuesday In reference
ts la Starke and surrounding from chairmen of various drive decreased $I15&/762: or 6.70 per
will be filled with speakersthis committees indicate the public is 1 cent. Ten )rnembers of the Florida store, Starke's newest and one to road matters In the two

group. Sunday after- keenly aware of the vital need Andrews Will Show Group had "''declines in deposits of its most modern groceries, was counties. 4

another rally will be held for funds to push the fight on Infantile 1948 Ford Truck ranging from 1.81 to 10.41 opened to the public this morn The Road Department Chairman

e! Tabernacle at 3 o'clock. paralysis locally and na percent, and ;ten. had increases. ing (Friday) at 8 o'clock. A cordial assured the delegation that the

.ring its session here the tionally. At Event TodayThe Our U. S. securities increased invitation Is extended to the Hampton-Theresaa road will be

mlttee will consider mattersh "However," Mr. Roster warned, from 1322000.00 to public to attend the opening which put In the budget for hard- ul'o

: if acted upon favorably "a race la not won at the hallway first public showing In 00, or 28.92 percent $1,704,000.'I''I'will continue throughout the day. facing this year, and also a portion .
the program carried out. will mark. Its the homestretchthat Starke of the new 1948 model crease was ;due to This new store, on West Call\ of the "Bayless Highway"
Ford trucks will take place to- Street is home owned and home- (probably the
portion from the
he beginning of a work proflt- counts. Consequently, I ,call of funds received from $602,000.
day (Friday) at an "open house"conducted owned and Pine Level.Church to the old Rai-
operated being operated
for Starke in particular' and upon every man and woman, boy 00 IT. S. Bonds which matured au
by the Andrews Motor M. L. C. 'W. ford road). The Chairman also
entire state in general. and girl to take part personallyfrom Dec. 15: 1946. Our Florida by W. and R.
Co. Conner. held out encouragement that the
lesides the Committee, the now through January 30 in Municipals remained in the same
this final of With the streamlined new Miss Margaret Conner and W. 1949 budge't would Include hard-
here will be attended by week of the March even thousand! <253.: Loans and r
landing ting men in educational Dimes. Every dime, every dollar -I I trucks the first postwar products discounts increased from $168- C. Conner are the active cashiersand surfacing of the old Raiford road

les and business and profes- given to this fight against infantile of the Ford Motor Co. 43959: to 225000.18: or' 3358: will be awaiting the publicat from Conner bridge to Starke,
I as the main attraction, the, Andrews their with smile' and also completion of the Bay- r
al men, all united for one paralysis helps build a reservoir percent. This increase was about post a warm
"Spiritual moral and of service upon which we Motor Co., will welcomethe equal in local loans and in Let-I and a "thank you"" lens Highway to connect up with
pose to its showrooms, service the Lawtey-State Farm road. I
can draw should polio strike in public of received from Junior
catlonal uplift for God. Home, ters Participation Crawford will be pro "
parts, and accessory and Following the conference with !
our county. other members' of the Florida duce manager, and Junior says
Country. Clubs 'from over ''It's'what we do In ,the next few used vehicle departments.The I Group. you can't pass him up after seeing Chairman Bayleas the ,delegation I

:Evangelistic also, days," Mr. Rosier stressed, "that II open house will be from I "In December the E. I. duPontde his department. called on John Slade, Road Do- :
state will represented
will tell the story of what we I 8 a. m. until 8 p. m.? and soft Nemours Company (of Wilmington W. R. Conner is market manager partment division engineer for I
reservations at hotels are now .,
1 the can ;do .should Infantile,paralysis drinks will be served to visitors. executed a lease*covering approximately with the assistance of Fate -- ". the\ '2nd district, at" hid headquarters ,

Iig made. accommodate, attack us during this coming sum'I "We arranged an open house 30,000acres of land Brown and M. L. Conner. Mr. Guy Andruws Starke businessman i I In Lake City, for a further i I

mer. Let's all get In and pitch I program for public! announcementof located six miles east of Starke I: Drown haa formerly been associated announced yesterday! his discussion of road matters.

harder than ever. With everyone I the 1948 truck line because we for exploration and the mining of with the A & P store of this candidacy for the office of County

'uionary Week'Be putting their dimes and dollars that this is the most Important ilmenite. It is reported that the city and all throe of these men: Tax Assessor! subject to the Dem- Rotarians Enjoy

the line and will new truck showing in Ford will call for the Invite their friends in
Observed on we can we operation likely to see them.
ocratic primaries/ In May. And
win over the Crippler." I I history," J. W. Andrews, local construction of a processing plantat I W. R. Cook will have charge Seeing HearingArtist

Baptist Churches dealer said. "We are entering the an estimated cost of $1,000- II of the floor and Is eager to assist Mr. Andrews, who has been In At Work

BHS 'A' Squad I greatest truck market of all time 000 and the employment of sufficient customers In any way possible. business here since March 1046,

Churches in the New River with the widest range of models labor to provide a payroll Located In a new building between Is a native of Bradford County, Harry Worthman, well-known

poet Association will observe Scores Five Wins and capacities Ford has ever pro which should be of material benefit the Denmark Furniture Co. having been born at New River, portrait painter with a studio at

slonary Meeting Week duringIch One Loss I duced. We expect to receive to Starke and Bradford County."I and the office of Dr. Adams, the the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kustls: entertained the Rotary
the following foreign mls- trucks during the coming monthsIn wish to give recognition to j new Jitney-Jungle is modern and Andrews, pioneer settlers of that Club here Wednesday with an ex-

fnarlei will speak at the fol- 'Five victories and one defeatis I quantities increased sufficiently and express my appreciation for complete In every respect. The section. He In a graduate of hibition of his art. A feature of

Ing churches beginning Sun- the 'record set this season by I to permit us to meet the heavy the loyalty, efficiency, and cooperation building contains 4300 square feet IJHS and the University of Florida -' the program was Worthman's

y morning, January 16. the Bradford High boys' basket demand." of the officers and em- and Is attractively lighted with where he received a lISA degree charcoal drawing of Rotarian W.

[Dr. J. Franklin Ray of JapanII ball A squad this season Coach ployees of, the bank displayed In : ornamental and adequate fluorescent In agricultural economics.He ; H. Graham, which he executed

speak at- Carson Geiger announced this I Rites ThursdayFor the performance of their dally fixtures. The color scheme also\ had two summers ofgraduate while discoursing In humorousvein
First i activities' the all officers Is work In land economicsand on the subject of art and
I Baptist, Starke, Sunday, week as he asked for larger attendance -, During year a pleasing two-tone green. All
11. 18, 11 a. m. for the remainder of: Mrs. JonesI and employees received a fixtures are "modern and attractive taxation at the University of artists.

[New River Sunday Jan. 18, at tbe schedule. I j'I,I MYs. Laura Margaret Jones 88, bonus of 15 percent of their annual and Include a 32-foot mirror Wisconsin. A native of New York State

30 p. m.Helibronn. The squad will face Alachua i died Wednesday night at the homeof salaries as additional compensation I type fruit and vegetable display; Following his graduation from Mr. Worthman studied at the Art
to help cover the additional 20-foot meat display; a poultryand the University Mr. Andrews. wall Student's League In New York
here Tuesday. Jan. 20, and Mel-
Sunday Jan. 18, her daughter, Mrs. I. P. Shep-
ISO p. mCorinth rose here next Friday. Jan. 23. rise during 1947 of the fish case and a frozen foods employed with the Bureau of City and'established a studio In

The B which has herd.Mrs. high cost of living. and dairy case. Agricultural Economics, under San Antonio, Texas before enter-
I Monday, Jan. 19, 7:30: a full schedule squad boys this, season for !!. Jones was born Jan. 24, "Inflated values and the problems W. J. Dodd, Jr., District Man the U. S. Department of Agriculture Ing service with the armed forces.

m. the first time, has won threegamf'S I 1860 in Bristol, Tenn, the daughter of further reconversion call ager for Jitney-Jungle Inc., Jackson until going on active After his discharge at Camp Branding -

..,,Wateroak, Tuesday Jan. 20, and lost two by one point, of the late Robert Preston for prudent judgment In business. Mica, la In Starke supervising duty with the Navy in February two years ago, he "looked
I "0 p. nj.Uwtey.. each. And BO far this season, and Mary McClellan Fickle. She management, and caution and the installation and openingof 1943. lie served as supply officer around Florida", liked it, and

Thursday Jan. 22, the girls' team has lost four and had made her home with her conservation In bank management; the store. He Is confident that at the Banana River Air established his studio at Eustls.:

:** P. M. won two daughter here for about two in making loans and investmentsfor the people In this area will re- Base until hU. discharge In December Exhibited at the luncheon meet-
Raiford Friday Jan. 23, 7:30: All three Bradford teams will years. 1948." spond wholeheartedly to the 1945. Ing were Mr. Worthman's oil portraits -
.11I. compete with Alachua Tuesday Funeral services were held -W. B. Sewell. President.All establishing of this first class Mr. Andrews was married to the of his father and anotherof
Dr. Green afternoon at 2 o'clockin directors and officers were Self-Service Store and he antici-
of Africa wilt speak night at 7 o'clock in the Armory. Thursday former Elizabeth Saunders of Norman Rockwell, the famous
t- Coach Geiger said that Alachuahas the First Presbyterian Church, reelected as follows: pates a successful opening. Mr, Wythevllle, Va. In 1941, and they American Illustrator whose Post
I Pine Grove Sunday Jan. 18, a good three-year record and with the pastor, Dr. J. W. Kauf- Directors: Dr. P. A. Brinson, Dodd has charge of North and have two sons. covers are known and loved by

I.. BUw was the Suwannee Conference man, officiating. Mrs. Jones wasa J. L. Dart R. P. Markham W. B. South Carolina Georgia, and In making his announcementMr. millions. This latter Is one of a

ldo, Sunday Jan. 18, 7:30m. : last And the member of the Rock Springs Sewell W. P. Smith W. L. Wall. Florida and haa ,recently moved series that the artist Is doing of
Champion year. Presbyterian Church In Atlanta. Officers: W. P, Sewell, President Into his new home In Starke Andrews stated: "On the basisof famous Americans in all branchesof

Hampton, Monday Jan. 19, teams will meet Melrose next Fri- Besides Mrs. She) herd, Mrs. j P. A. Brinson, Vice Presi- making this his headquarters. education and experience I feel the arts.
::110 P. m.9oatdrain. day for the first time In Jones Is survived by two'other dent; S. L. Peek Jr., Cashier; C. that I am well qualified to serveas to
:Worthman was brought
years. Tax Assessor and If electedI
Jan. 20, ., daughters, Mrs. Annie Laura E. Hernwall, Assistant Cashier. Funeral D. A.
Tuesday here
:3D The Bradford boys( defeated : and Mrs. W.. L. Friday will perform the duties In an his engagement by
p. m.&IIK1 i Neuner of Tampa, *
Umatilla Jan. 2 with a score of; Monteith formerly of Starke and
j honest, fair, efficient and Impar-
Matilda Lee
R. For
geley Lake WednMdayThursday. 4830. Frank Dryden scored high Jones. Atlanta; three sons T. Wilson AnnouncesIra tial manner." now the proprietor of a large
21,7:30: I I I Jones. Brighton Colo.; R F.
p. m. store In Eustis. Both are
for Starke with 23: points. Butthe clothing
Matilda Lee 82 died at
Beulah Atlanta and C. C. Jones, Wilson well-known Starke Miss ,
Jones ; ,
! Jan., 22, 7:30: Bradford players dropped members of the Eustls, Rotary
m. (I Atlanta. She is also survived by farmer and produce man, announced her home on Church Street last Birthday BallIs Club.
Gadara. three games to Maclenny when 123 grandchildren and 17 great this week that he will bea Friday morning following\ ; a
. Friday Jan. 23, 7:30: the B boys' team lost 19-13 after I I,, candidate for County Commis- lengthy Illness. She had been a AnnouncedFor The program was in charge of
Ill.Dr. five minutes overtime because W. H. Graham who had seen Mr.
playing of Starke for the
1 services here, sioner from District 3 (South resident past January 30
: Adams of China Following funeral .
uPp'ev: ..:. of tie, the girls lost 49-51: SO years having moved here from Worthman perform at the EuatH
at- sent to Cartersville, Starke).
the was
body and
and the A boys lost their game Clay County. The annual Birthday Hall always Club on a recent visit there
Booker, Sunday Jan. 18 11 Ga., for Interment. him to to Starke
Billy' come
3633. High scorers were Lewis persuaded
k Surviving are a brother | the highlight of the drive
12 for the B squad; Pall bearers were K. G. Duncan, Fire Fighters Go for a similar program.
Dedan Smith points E. Lee, and a sister, Mrs. Rosa for infantile paralysis fund. will
. Sunday, Jan. 18. 2:30 Alma Thomas 25 points for the H. L. Brownlee. T. J. Griffin Guy Of WaldoOne Starke.
m.Anlfoch. To Aid both of be held In the usa, Friday night,f
girls: Frank Dryden 12 points for Andrews, T. S. Williams and O. Funeral services were held Sun Jan. 30. according to an announce- Alvarez StoreObserves
. In. Sunday. Jan. 18. 7:30 the A team. W White. truck from the Starke Fire day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the ment this week by a committee

LaCrosse The girls were the only losersto Department and one from Gainesville Kingsley Lake Baptist Church from the Junior Woman's Club, Birthday

7:30: p, ntZ0Nap Monday, Jan. 19, Lake Butler Jan. 9 by a so "'e : Methodist Church answered a call to Waldo with Rev. J. E. Clear and Rev. which Is assisting In staging the{ With Sales Event

oak of 39-10. Tbe Bradford B squad Thursday afternoon Jan. 8, to L. G. Hemingway officiating. event. I

Grove, Tuesday, Jan. beat 15-10 and the A team 39.17.1 I "The greatest business in the protect property surrounding a Pallbearers' were J. W. Willard, Music will be furnished by Mor- Fifty-four successive years In

North p. m. Spike Vance was A team high !world" will be topic of the sermon two-story burning building which S. R. Hicks, Manning Crlbbs, Wes rte Coody and his orchestra from business! Is the enviable record

d4y Jill Pleasant 21, Grove, Wednes- scorer with 15 points.In Sunday morning Jan. 18, In was beyond saving. Two homeson ley George Oris Collins, and Gainesville and admission will be I established by Alvarez men's

*rn 7:30 p. m. the game with Waldo on the First Methodist Church. ,each side of the destroyed Brady Collins.. $250: per couple the committee I store in Starke when the firm

1:30: p m.' Thursday Jan. 22, Jan. 13. all three Starke teams Young people meet at 6:15: : for building were saved, although one Interment was In the Kingsley stated. Dancing will be from 9'' passed another milestone yester

*P won-the B squad 17-14. the fellowship and snack. Topic for was damaged. The Starke Department Lake Cemetery under the direc- to 1. day.

Friday. Jan. 23, 7:30A : girls 36-24. and the A, squad 3 .2S. discussion, will be "The Methodist ws called at 4:10: p. m. tion of Key-McCabe Funeral Members of the committee are Established: here on January 15,

Billy Smith was high scorer on Church". A faulty flue caused minor dam- Home. 1894! by the late Joseph M. Al-
message Misses Nina Bobble Cam-
s from the men and with 9 points. Alma house owned by Bishop ',
blpQt!: the B team service at age to a rental varez. lifelong resident of Starke
: from Evening evangelistic eron, Freddie Wtmberly. Della
fQPle fr the God await the Thomas on the girls' team with 730. Sermon subject. "Behold, I W. L. Blair last Friday morningin t'KMETKRYVORKISO Madge I the firm In now managed by his.
Rosenberg1, Evelyn Stump,
In th14 respective churches 18 points, and Frank Dryden on Southeast Starke. Roof dam- W. H. Graham.
Schedule, 15: points. stand at the door and knock. There will be an all day work- Whlgham. and M ra. Clifford grandson .
B1eyone: theA squad age was minor. Is its 54th
Alvarez celebrating
Uon has a cordial Invlta- Geiger asked for a bigger Prayer Meeting Wednesday Ing at Santa Fe Cemetery on Hazen. I I
to Coach .. I birthday with a huge anniversary
"'rm attend. You will find a turnout at the home games :evening 7:30. ).[1'. and Mrs. G. D. Colson of Thursday. Jan. 22. All persons -- i
which Is
welcome by the admittance Hour Tuesday two of Interested are urged to be present Miss Mattllane Perdue of Jack-i! sale an
lIIell1be": pastors ando and said the 25 cent Bible Story Brooker were guests recently advertisement In this Issue of the
these churches was "ridiculously low." groups, 2:30 and 3:30.: their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Tiring tools and lunch. There Is sonville was a guest last weekend -.
-8 E. Sparks price Coach, dire need for this work. of Miss Mary Sue Epperson. Telegraph.feW
Moderator said the Colson. a
New" "Don't worry -Rev. W.. J. Church well, pastor and Mrs. Resale
River' "
Association. "the Armory is heated.


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r r r r r r r end here with his family. Teacher Intern I '
Telegraph working In Archer. Assigned To BHS Relief At Last: ;
Bradford County Bethel 1 1lIy Graham Mrs. Kosalee Ruder: and children ,

and her brother. Pete mov- Willie Strickland of Nichols Is
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNtR-EDITORPubllaEvery 1\1.... E. W. AII.-H Uy Sirs. John :McKlnney For Your
ed last week to the fire tower at serving a 10-week internship in Co
lay and Kntereil an Second: r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r
l : Penney Farms where Mrs. Rader In the history department of
at tin INmt Offlcn at Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Allen ami Mr. and Mr.i. Louis Dempsey cause relieves I
, IIIKM Matter and her brother are employed.We Bradford High School under a it goes right prompu,
daughter of Starke were Sunday have moved into their new home to the Beat
2' guests, of Mr. aivi Mr. D. 1) just back of the store which Mr. wish them luck. new plan whereby 30 seniors of germ trouble laden to help loosen and
MEMBER"Suhxcription ,:: 1947 Woodard.Mrs. Dempsey owns Mr. and Mrs.\ Tom Graves! of the education department of to soothe and phlegm heal raw and,lento

Months Opal Allen inj Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abernathy Is very Sampson were guests Sunday of, Southern College will intern in 23 flamed bronchial muCOUs III!
For SU; branes.Tell
$1.10 :
WJ: Annually ,Mrs.'! Lyle Blow oi Utarko were til at this writing. We wish hera Mrs. Maude Graves. Florida public schools with the a bottle of Creomulslon your druggist UlitI! 1
Rev. and Mrs. Willis of Starke Wlthtlit
: In Gainesville Sunday. speedy recovery. Sun- reopening of the college for Its derstandtg you must IIlte the +
I Mrs Cynthia Lee and Mrs. Carl the weekin attended church services quickly allays the cough
Broughton spent! winter term. The intern teachers or'QI)
TUB: LEMON: PUSHES UMT Maurice Lee were visiting Mrs. to hpvo your money back
day.Mr.. P. O. Starling do full-time teaching, involving :
Jimmie Woodard Monday. I. the S>iadycre it Hospital. His and Mrs. (CREOMULSIO::
for taking < in I
Our hat is off to the American Legion and daughter, Catherine, were observation and participation
We are sorry to report the !Jil- many friends wish hl.1a speedy i for Coughs Chest
hold and doing a much needed job 'that no one else ness of Russell'' Mornnoy' who Is recovery ,,, visitors to Starke Saturday. I public school instruction. Colds BriHOLE
have the time or the inclination to perform: Trying to I .
impress Congress with the fact that a majority of the
American people are in favor of Universal Military Train- I
ing and urging immediate enactment of the necessary legislation '>
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until only the minority opposition forces have :'>
Up now I "
taken the trouble to make themselves vocal and Congressmen J'Z7 1! \ WJ1 : (
have chosen to sidestep the i issue rather than run the i l. & 1iIIfJ :::

risk of losing a few votes:, in an election year. Following the ,.
line of least resistance: our Congressmen know enough ss?
psychology to realize that those who favor an issue stir ur "tt "
less trouble than the more militant "antis". Therefore, they -
have been willing to jeopardize the safety of the country justto k'-
keep the UMT opponents off 'their necks as long as pos- )

sible.With the American Legion stepping in now, however, 1

to head up the job that no one else had "time" to under-
take, it is hoped that Congress will be smoked out of its 0 Y F BRS
", despicable on-the-fence attitude on this issue and at least

bring it out of committee where it can be voted upon. ,-' :". iff.iiftJi1iiIifJ JiiM!tjfJf;;' '' __' .. ..
If the United States is kept strong and prepared then 'f/' !!::' ., m',,', I.// 4. ,...,f
peaceful conciliation from us, as the strongest nation on \ S )

earth, may prevent a World War III. But if the extended
olive branch does not save us from attack, we will sorely ( : 1UCH. You Think
need strength and preparedness to save our freedom, our 3-E ofjSroceries

t I. homes, our families, and ourselves. F- d' 11.iT--Think: of
Atom scientists, air strategists, naval experts and army \I ;I'" Jitney-Jungle
leaders all tell us that there is no single weapon or branch :X<.oJ ;.....

'. of the service that can protect our country by itself. All Del: Monte Coffee lb. .55 .1 J )OD is the largest single item of
has been and will --------
agree that the tide of battle always always family living costs.
,, be finally turned by men. Therefore, to strengthen our national ; ThroughJitneyJungle

defense, we must afford American youth the opportunity Maxwell House I .. you may effect
America if should be forced Coffee, lb. .55
.1. to train to defend war ----.- I substantial savings, or you may set a
upon us. For their own safety they deserve to have
this training and have it now, while there is time to do it I better table. All for the same amount

properly, and not in a hurried, haphazard 'manner after Maxwell House Instant Coffee,, .44 I t of money! For more than 25 years the

the emergency is already upon us. I Jitney-Jungle self-service system has
More than three million signatures have been obtainedby 'l
the Legion to petitions in this nation-wide drive. The J proved itself in the Southern States-

'.. local Legion Post is cooperating in this effort and it is Benson's Supreme Coffee, lb. --- .54 I h))\ yet your Jitney-Jungle is home-owned
hoped that everyone who understands and believes in the I -
purposes of UMT will see that his or her name is placed upon /./rJ and home-managed. We invite your pa

one of the petitions. Only in this Banner will Congress be I .. tronage. Thank you.
jolted out of its lethargy.CONWAY'S I

SERVICE STATIONPhone C C OA77 etua 4 rPs!! li111I.IJliII1"ji, ; ; i! ; ; ;

147 Temple Ave Starke Fla.

WASHING POLISHING WAXING ''_' CELERY, bunch ____________._ .12

1 AMOCO BATTERIES GAS$7.93 and up'ACCESSORIES- EXCHANGE RAISIN BRAN, pkg. __ __ _.__ 17 Nice, Fresh TOMATOES, Ib. ____-.__- _.--. .22

TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGE l

OATS With Dinner Plate .. _. __h .50 _' Nice, Crisp LETTUCE, 2 for ______ __ .25

Ii Plate Lunches Regular Dinners Fresh, Green BEANS, 2 Ibs. ________ .25
QUAKER OATS, reg. 19
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::1 Short OrdersSandwiches
y a =: CABBAGE, hard head, 2 for________ .07

I'II II Soft Drinks RICE KRISPIES, pkg. .17
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J 1 -. '- BANANAS, firm, ripe, per lb. __ ___r._ .11

10 lbs. __ _._ __ .37

'i f .OUR I'e
: noon T<(* I'AItlt TIIHATUE
))1 Hobby Odom Dub Ih

"M,I 7/OU'{ DOES YOUR I'I pYa ?lot ; KRISPY CRACKERS, Ilb. ______ __ 24

BATHROOM RATE ill'' I HI-HO, 1 lb. .. __ __ __..________ .26 ,

" It It a model of ronvenlencn and I; 5 Ibs. BALLARD'S FLOUR .52 toi N '_ SNOWDRIFT, 3, lb. can _________ 1.23
l' beauty? Are yon' proud to show It -- / a1.N9
t( to guentaf You can achieve both pu I Heinz
thrno almt at a very moderate coot i 10 lbs BALLARD'S FLOUR 1.00 I ::. Oven-Baked BEANS __..________ .22
by having ua modernise It with

quality appointments. ''ii' 25 lbs. BALLARD'S FLOUR 2.47 i -_- Del Monte PEACHES, No. 2 1-2 ______ .33

One To Three Years To Pay

\b NO DOWN PAYMENT! ___ DUFF'S Devil Food Mix .-... .27 I
lEl 0j1:==:1:' _____ ,==i===l>e.. === Swift's BREAKFAST
a STRIP lb. .69
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I I 325 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 144 ROAST, lb. __ ___.,....-_-______ 39

Si ...,.-"..-. HOLD Fresh HAM STEAKS, Ib ___________ .57
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1zhorn: where I sit.. Joe Marsh HAMBURGER i
ay MEAT, Ib ____..._ .35 I
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.t-l.'t. '1 mwmw; 1 ii Swift's T-BONE
Ir -e, rIto: STEAKS, Ib. .58
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1 Subjrrt] unle1(1[ at mil W*b. differences' don't 1'I'Iattn-bt'C'Ruse
} ter'v., the other day, .i lOIe were we're aelf! -re.peciag' people in a
'. chatting 'over beer and pretzels. free, united land. LUX FLAKES & RINSO, large 037

t! Just who are the folks who make up And from where I lit that's .

tlurtown1Whne'dthe'comefrom1 what makes our towns and cities CLOROX, Up.n __ L .33
r Well. Doc HollUter'i 'Scotch "our America-so strong, progressive
En;tllh ancestry; Will Dudley' tolerant. Our champion.
folks were mining stock front ship of Individual liberties has LUX & PALMOLIVE Soap .12
I' Pennsylvania; Skip Powell's family brought us people from all faith., .
were brewers back in Holland. nil lands..to prove that respect for ,
ifr..f. Guess our bloodstream's (tot. one another'rights is the greatest ARGO STARCH __ .05 .
bit of every country of the globe- bond humanity can know!

r.1. end every sect Ion of America.' We've Fitch's OIL SHAMPOO .50
till !got differences in taste and West Call Street
bal'k"rnl.'Whetherth.yappI1to Starke, Florida1III ,
mu.-re, I h TJT, or beer. Only those Fitch's No-Brush Shaving Cream .45
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JANUARY" 18, 9-13 im.\r)FOUI> COUNTY 'TKURflKAPII.ampton ST\RKF., FI.ORln.\
... ._ ---= I __ ___ r.\GR THREE
a a .. agent.Miss Boy Scouts UrgedTo this coming Monday night at the Betts your assistant Scoutmaster -
Inez Peterson returned meeting house. It Is. urgent for -""-
}t ti recently from a visit In Ft. Pierce Attend MeetingNotice all to be present.As myself down anymore. KI4MMI Irxtriluiir. t.holer '/QS
with relatives. Your Scouting belongs to each a Hocks. N"H_ Kvd.. K I. K.Htu., fa Arthritis PainFor f
to all Boy Scouts of. Scoutmaster, I am interested of you. To get something out of fWd Rock CruMies. W. Hocks Vf ._-
:Mr,. M. C. Sweeneylias Mrs. Ann R. Guy spent the in all the boys of our troop, but. ferary ui.mu. Wyandotte* or Prr IIMOrplngt > quick delightfully comforting help for I
s, Troop No. 70 of Starke: I you have to attend regularly. :; .ns, No l"Khorn*. or ,HHiitl" aeli unit pains of Rhtumiktum. Arthrttla,
i I a s a a s a a weekend In Gainesville as guestof I lack of interest shown by some So bo 1tooll/ Boy Scout )SUMS. Clf>t plenty tug 9*merit C'.o U.Ilravv Neuritis Lumbago Bclattoa.' I or Mauraliila: ;' try I
Mrs. Delia G. Williams and Your Scoutmaster sand assist has been outstanding. and .taeortrd. ItarrilM. nn 1. Ii. *.i(M Remind Work*throunh tea blood.lint doaatuunlly
KxiiiwUTS : try to' attend regularly. rullrtnv UrmHl. your rlmli* $15.01t.lve I tart-* Bllavtatlnf pain aa rou ean l
7: ; OF CLOTIHXG Mrs. Ethel Pickren. ant Scoutmaster would like to see I I want all boys who are Interested -I Your Scoutmaster E. T. Shull lrllvrrv. Cliinrautreil work enjoy. lira and sleep more comfortably.

7t: Hampton 4-11 Clubs for Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon re each and every boy in the troop I In scouting: not to let Mr. Assistant Scoutmaster P. Betts NATIONAL: H. HIN ,Kt\TCIIKKIPN, 1""".""UTLF.Tnzt 4It, P\ Oct plat Remind aatlafactlon at dnifglat or money today.: back Quick guaranUtd.2y2 corn-. I
> old an "Achievement Day" turned to their home In Oakland ,
'11 day. January 6, at Hamp- Park last week after spending -- 1 1mmtlortnMai
several months here. rmllryum .nYM ?
U, lliol. ,
Mrs. E. C. Morris and
a" of the PTA and par- childrenare
, bers members were invited to spending this week In Starke ,
1; which was held Im- with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark.Mr. .
t-ly tram after the PTA meeting. and Mrs. Homer Fancher 4th

|rs of the clubs presented and son, of Orlando, were guests ,
T portraying the meaning of Sunday of Mrs. J. F. Johnson.Mr. .
k emblem. Short talks on and Mrs. Leslie Brown and
tivlties were given by sev- children spent last weekend with

It r lowing the were/ members.the where invited program exhibits Into those were the stitute relatives"God film, was of in of The presented Jacksonville the Atom Moody" a Saturday Bible technicolor In- DAYS ONLY !i ]1 Alvarez Est. Jan. 15,1894 21/2 1 DAYS ONLY !

,'d by articles of clothingby night at the Christian Church by COME EARLY COME EARLY
members in 4-H workIng the Moody Representative, Rev. Thursa-Fri.-Sata--Jan.15-1617 L
achievement notebooks J. E. Wllkins. J

awarded by Miss Madge Al Troester, Evangelist, who
lam, Home Demonstrationto has just closed an inspiring seriesof
the following girls ex- meetings here Is spending this ALL SALE ITEMS STRICTLY CASH!

g; : Sylvia May Doris Par- I week at the Salvation Army
ladys Hicks Yvonne Brook- Camp on Bedford Lake, before
[May Hall, Mearlie Davis r beginning. revival services on Sunday -
,. Davis, Margaret Hersey, at.Long Bridge Church.
I MoodV Virginia Williamson\ I Mr. and Mrs. George Williams WOOL SHIRTS I Wool SWEATERS.
Line Starling, Shirley Dennl- and son Howell and Frank Wil-
Bundy Earleena Nor- liams and daughter, Nell, were ;
|Louise Adkins Jimmie Cole, visitors to Archer last Sunday. .
I Bell Rhoden Inez Patterson, -: "
247 -. \
a a a a. a a a a a 1.95; : ;
Hess.members -- -' -- ---- \
oann 3.97 ; ) : "
: ,
7 95 t;. : '': }-y...
assisted Mrs. Ola WHEN t-. ..
and other Pine LevelBy 1 .I.'J_OJ!! _______________.. 2.12 s ,.#'\.
ns, Principal \"
ers of the faculty! In servo Mrs. II. M. McKae 4.64 ;
6.95 4.47
fpfreshments to the guests. m 8.95 m..ow !
We Have A Sale
a a a a a a a a a aWe

and Mrs. I.. A. Wynn had are sony to report the Illness 9.95 -..-----______ -. 6.64 : .... '
heir guests Tuesday of last of little James Leon Thomas! LEATHER lib. .A
Jim Wallace, of Cerro son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell We
N. C. and T. E. Duncan Thomas and wish him a speedy JACKETS
kinesville.h. / recovery. 1 lanes, Me Dee, !Mayo
G. P. Wadsworth and M. Miss Dorothy Mae Lloyd of Have A SALE!
fatchett returned home last Starke waa a dinner guest of Miss 1-2 0 F F Medium and Heavy Weight

after vlsltir.s; their brother- Gwendolyn McRae Sunday.Mr '
v, Joe Day. who was aerl- and Mrs. F. L. ConnorsMr. 15.95 JACKETS UNION SUITS
III with pneumonia at a and Mrs. Hershell Connors, 7.97 1 -
ttal in Plant City. They re- all of Jacksonville, were dinner GOING FOR Bargains! Galore

I him somewhat improved.and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc- 1 t 1.45 per SuitHunt1
Mrs. J. C. Wynn moved
Rae and last
I week to Starke where Mr.n While here famllly they visited the Saturday.Crosby Various Jackets In Good Merchandise *, McDee, Mayo Medium & Heavy Weight

Is employed as-* railroad Lake Cemetery and cleaned up .4
lots. Up To 13.95 SHIRTS & DRAWERSOneHalf
their ,, This I l.s no "Phoney" Sale I with
Mr and Mrs. Robert Taylor u'"ill h
and daughter, Charlene of Lake OFF f 'I::' '':"' prices marked up HO' they can 75c ea. Garment 1.45 per Suit

City spent the weekend here and '!' be marked down. Every item
visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sappat i offered Is a genuine value -
Heilbronn Springs Saturday
s t
Just as: represented' And
4 afternoon accompanied by Mrs. BATHROBES
Taylor's parents Mr and Mrs. ue hack it up with our reputation i
H. M. McRae.Mr. ; 1-150 HATS 1.45 .
ea. established during 51 Were 12.95 Now 6.47
and Mrs. B. M. Myrick of I
of service to the '
Waldo were dinner guests of Mr. years people COTTON KATIIItOnES
of Bradford and surrounding -
and Mrs. Robert Myrick Sunday. _
Were 5.95!):i NOW 2.97
1 Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were SOME WOOLS counties.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bishop
Thomas and familly at Brookerone
day last week. Mr. Lewis Is
grinding cane and making syrup ALL LUGGAGE JHJKKYf

this; week. It'seems queer, doesn't
it, for people to be grinding cane 1-2 OFF ALL
and planting cane in the same SANDALS
[OUR FIREISURANCE month? The reason Is' that wehaven't Plus Tax TENNIS
even had frost heavy 3.50 Value
enough to kill the flowers in the B
NOW yare!. This is Florida! All LeatherBILLFOLDS 00 S

Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mr. and $1 pairWhile
/ per
'1oi IIfiii' Mrs. Owen McRae/ and son were Wolverine j Shoes
'. F. Hallin
visiting :Mr. and Mrs. 1\
t..'" ...... Jacksonville Tuesday of last 1-2 OFF Chippewa They Last!
Owen McRae, who is attendingthe Flu Ta: Great; KEnS,

I Charley E, Johns University of Florida, has AtlanticSport / / / BedroomSilk
I moved with his family to Starke. 'TC
Agency : Mrs. Sue Myrick of Lake & WoolenSCARFS

Geneva la spending a few days SLIPPERS
|"ne 13 STARKE. FlA. with Mr. and Mrs. Robert My-

rick.We Up to 3.95 Shirts esf L ra a .1.50 to 4.75
are glad to know that our.
'... pastor's wife, Mrs. W K. Hall, Is 1-2 OFF 1-2 OFFTROUSERS
*4 r ** much Improved, and we are expecting -
...'"Una THE TRAVELERS, Hartford \ her home some time this
I week.E. .

F. Goodrich gives you I IREFOR TROUSERS! !

50 OFF Boys PANTS $4.95 Value
f1in'' HEW TliES 100 pc. Wool Trousers pc. "

Reduced to 2.95

Gabardine PANTS Were 18.50 1

Reduced 12.95 n >.a ,
y 347 Pairs WORK PANTS
.4 Reduced to 2.95
PANTS Were 13.95 ..r.
B.F.Gorma/CH offers you value Blue Serge -
PLUS if you need new tires.
Fine, you get a most liberal Reduced to 6.87
trade-in allowance for the old
I tires on your car. 50c & 63c: SOX COVERALLS, Green 5.95

j / Then Silvertowns you get new-"bc D.F. COATS
j long run" for mileage and i ALL SPORT V2
/ t ti safety. See us today foe Silver.I \, \!:
I l towns for your car.
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ad'c =
Best :
i '!
I Iii'! Navy Surplus
x'495 Men'sOVERALLS

1 il Blue Chambray
Just 1.50 Dawn

I I 1.25 A Weak!

Ik I I I I I Pat a new 6.CO-16 : I
{ '# I I I I Silvertownen Sanforized 2.85

h I your car

Farm Home & Auto Supply Hoy's -Sanforized II I '


Phone 26

I rich OVERALLS 1.85 SALE LASTS 2/> DAYS ONLY --- I 1.30Jit.




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[Jr. Woman's Club Birthday Parties STUMP'S.Mr. the Voters

I SOCIETY and CLUBS Met Last WeekThe For Young Honorees Local News_ Russell. and Norman Mrs. S.spent E. Sparks Wednesday and ford County: cf Btt

L I am a candidate
During WeekLittle in Jacksonville, where they at- sups
To Celebrate regular January meeting of Mrs. M. F. Brown had as guests tended the State Moderators! and of Registration of Bradford Cst
Uglow the Starke Junior Woman's Clul ty subject to
KenisScottGeorge the Democrat
Betty Lou Walnwrlgl her; Conference of the Baptist
and Wednesday Clerks ter
held Thursday night, January Tuesday
90th Birthday Soon was honored her mother Mrs. manes of May. I will
was by Col.
sister, Lt. Convention. app
S. Kenls' son of Mm. 8, at the home of Mian. Fred brother-in-law and your vote and
Mary Kenls of Sanford and Sam Open house will be held at the die Wimberly on Church Street J. R. Walnwrlght\ last Saturda and Mrs. J. W. McNeer of SICK: ALVAREZ big 51th An- support
O. Kf-nls of Jacksonville, and John Uglow home on Lafayette Quantities of narcissi and greenery afternoon at a lovely party Raelgh, N. C. nlv4"r allY Sale ad on page 3f! An F l! ann
being her fourth birthda I afford to minx! (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Mlsrt Martha Ann Scott, daughter Street, Saturday afternoon Jan. were used In decorating for event you can't

of Mr. and Mm. Donald Scott 24, from 2 until 6 o'clock, at this event. anniversary. Craver .. -''' -' .
Young guests gathered In the
I of Greenville, S. C., were mar- which time Mr. Uglow will celebrate During: the business session re Men's a
Ga., on Sat his 90th birthday anniver ports were made on Chrlatma front yard of the Wainwrlgt Mr. and :Mrs Grooms Alvin 11111 ALVAREZ' STORE Clothing -i
Tied home, where numerous game
I baskets which were delivered to Lane, Green Cove Springs, boy, Established I 1SDJ
Dec. 6. were enjoyed throughout the aft-
friends of the Uglow family needy perrons. Also, it'was do Dec. 28.
In Miss Kate Struth assisted -
home ernoon.
They are making their are cordially Invited to share In ctdod that If the March of Dimes - -
in for the guests.
Starke In the Berryroan Court this happy occasion. Chairman nhould need assistance caring .
apartments. Mr. Kents In employed with the annual President's l<< Ball, Later in.the afternoon the chit

In the Starke office of the All Ladies' Coat Suits!! reduced the Junior Woman's Club is me*' dren enjoyed refreshments of The Ice
willing'\: to cooperate, as ,ln the cream and birthday cake.
U. S. Bureau of Mines. to $15 at STUMP'S. three-tier cake was placed in the

past.The following new member center of a table overlaid wit CARL JOHNSPhone
white linen and was graced on
were voted upon: Mrs. D. L
7 either side with tall pink candle
" BICYCLE SHOE Thomas, Miss June Hall, Mm In silver holders.
Charles Oakes, and Mrs. W. E
Plummer. Mrs. 0. L. Patten, Mrs. Richard t

REPAIRING REPAIRINGWe Miss Della Rosenberg was lr Kldd, Mrs. Earl Johnson, and 45 Washington Street Starke,
Miss Judy Green assisted Mn
charge of the program for'the
evening which consisted o Make Keys table discussion of members of colorful surprl6 "poppers
were given to the young participants -
amusing personal experienced.During
at this time.' Home
------'------ the social hour delicious Westinghouse Electric Appliances
Near the close 'of, this festive
I I GOODS refreshments were served about -
SPORTING I '20 members by the following occasion, pictures''were made ot

':__n_..___'_ ____(of hostesses: Miss Wimberly ,tAlai the happy'scene. FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Barbara Cameron and MW Flor Inyited to be with the young;
rled Kllllngsworth. honort-o1 were: Virginia Jean and .

Biggs & Baker Michael Darby, George Patter, Automatic Record Players Small Portable Radios -
Cathie Struth. Bill Green, Rober
:, Business Circle Kldd, Jimmy and Jane Guy, Job:: Irons Electric Hot Water Heaters Toasters Home

105 W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA.; Of WMS MeetsThe Adams Kathleen Scanlan, Madg Freezers Dexter Washing Machines Evans Fuel
Anne Matthews, Holt Johnson
business Woman's Circle of i Arthur Holiday, Margaret Am' Heaters Available

the First Baptist Church held Its Phillips, Hank and Jo Alyce Graham -

I monthly meeting Tuesday night,, Charles Arthur Torode, Kay; I. ,uuunu/iu/ ,in.'i..,HI n'"II"I''II""I"'I.1I1111111111iiiiiiiWii.rniiiiiiFiiiiiiii' ,' ., "' '! :':. > iiI.iiiiiiiiiliiiilljijjjijjijjjjiijjjjjjiiijiiih.ii'iiiii: : ( ;! > ': iiiiiiii 1 7 'E
Jan. 6, In the church annex, with Hart, Kay and Henree Lou Dennis iiiiiiiiiiiiiiilll""E'I
FREE 28 members present.The Carol Searing, Markley Ann) I Place Your Order Now For Westinghouse 'I IJ 'I.

$5.0. meeting was presided over Johns, Joe Sturgis, Dick am
by the leader, Mrs. C .A. Knight Tom Smith, Barbara Sue Blgga! J Electric Refrigerator & Electric Range I

I" Mrs. R. F, Young used as the Billy and Jimmy Dowllng, Mar; ,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,
,, ,
Jones Dave '"'""/''III1.II"llIm"Il".II""IIII'II"IIII1"'IIII1I1111'III1I11I1'" ,."' /".'''"",I"'h"1111'1111.11'11111111',11'11I111111111111'1111'111111' ''' '' '' ', ''"" / ,111.111'111""I11""II."I1111''II''II''I11'I'''' '''' ''' / /''' / '' '''' '' '' '' '''IMIIM.' 'imin'iim' (
devotional Psalm 138. Ann Long Nangela
.1 During the next four weeks we are going to After the business meeting, the Long. Diane and Margaret Colson,
BENDIX Mrs. Steve Simmons, Harriet and Eli 'iWudlxnllllIIe" ""tilA,14J1YIflIIIIIi,' :' (,,,IIUIIIIIAbIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHlYIIYIIAIIIIIIIUdIIIIIIIIIIIAIIIl,, ,, / "lNTUXEDO ""'@' lllllllhIUIII'Wl1IlIJllnl1l1l11111111111111hhlliiiiiiiiiii' / lllll1l11l1l1"UIIIIIIIIIIIIIII '''
: give $50 FREE CREDIT on a new program was presented by "U'II''r
AUTOMATIC WASHER to the owner of the! Ethel Biggs, with ten members Powell, Buddy Baker, :Marllyi
I Hernwall, Susan Slada, Glen and I FEEDS
taking part.
,.t, oldest make washing machine. This FREE In observance of this 60th anniversary Bill Wall, Linda Wasdin, and I :

ALLOWANCE will be given IN ADDITIONto of the woman's mission- Bill (Wall, Linda Wasdin and Poultry Cows Calves Pigs

the regular Trade-In Allowance. SEE US ary union of the South, a pantomime Hal Seymour. i

TODAY! Any make or kind just so long showing was the acted small by church candlelight where, Little Linda-Kay Sale was hon- Horses Rabbits Dogs Hogs .

'1 as it works! 32 delegates met at Richmond, oree Monday afternoon at a lovely '- t .
Va., on May 11, 1888 and organIzed party given for her by hei NEW{ PRICES Compare Quality & Price i'I I
mother Mrs. Guy Sale, celebrating
a missionary union. Two the child's sixth birthday annlver' NI"I'mtIIHIIIIIIIIIII""I11"II"'UI"'II111I1111''" "' "' Imrol"+mm"'"lAmm' ""mlmurn' 'u:irnittniiii'"ijnnm' "' ,.I.7mAm' .'.11"11"11'1111'11"1'11'111"11I'11I11111'111'11"1111'111""I''' ''' ''' '' '' | "' |"mwminmrnm"i __"
years later at Fort .Worth, Texas,
the permanent name Woman'sMissionary
WASHER Union Auxiliary to sary.Young guests were entertained

OLD the adopted.Southern Baptist The ending Conventionwas of the In the Interesting spacious yard and, where exciting several Wilson & Toomer Fertilizers

., program showed the church rep.resenting games were enjoyed throughout
the one In Memphis, the afternoon.At ,
refreshment time, the children -
where 1000 or more delegates
were served)I delightful reFreshments -
meet In May of this year.
I During the social ,hour the year from a table overlaid .
I'I with a "ay party cloth and cen -
rooks for the Circlewere presentM -
SPECIAL TRADE-IK OFFER Hostesses tered with a colorful birthday
to each I
AND EASY PAYMENT PLANHELPYOUBUYTIIEBENDIX were Mrs. P. E. Canova and Mrs. ake on which was inscribed.
Birthday to Linda Kay"Mrs.
A. E. Bond. 'Happy. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. H. H The LAUNDRY :

Adams, Mrs. Steve Simmons and
'. wish to thank our many Mrs. Charles Oakes assisted Mrs. I

I No more waabday drudgery for q 'i lends for their sympathy and Sale in serving and caring for
f the afternoon. Can Do It CHEAPERNo
the: guests; during
services' tendered us In theecent
you! The Bcudix: does It all! clndly Miss Gay colored balloons were givento ,
death of our sister
: 'Wuhe,triple-rime and damp Uatllda Lre. We pray that God each participant for favors. I

i I dfy the clothes even whenyou're nay reward you for your service. "IThe following to share children this happy were oc- 1 matter what service you employ Consider the cost of necessary

i not !In the house I Ol lUXi MODIlBENDIX Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Lee. salon present with Linda Kay: Kay Hart,, supplies labor costs (even If you do it yourself), the cost of public utilities .

at Cracker Kay Roland, Jean Mundy, Bobbie 1 i and the comparison of the finished product, as to looks.. If you
No other washer has saved so (I rill Tt"RKF.nlXNER Sunday. Jean Oakes, Brenda Jane Lewis, want to be convinced of the above, try any one of the following services

much work;;;. soap...hot water Sandra Lou Jones, Mary Agnes I offered by us:
automatic Matthews, k bid ldie Hartmann, Bill'.
it;;; clothes ;;; for so many millions I
AUTOMOBILE Wall, Bob Smith, Harry and Bob I
of families! Washer LIABILITY INSURANCEAlthough Van Horn Hank Graham, :Mary 1. ROUGH DRY: All flat work finished wearing: apparel .

Catherine Wainwright, Betty Lou returned dry ready to iron.
.1\ mONI TODAY fO' TIADf-IN OFFflf not compulsory\ It Is Bennett, I
; much safer to carry Liability Simmons Marsha Frances Kay Landrum 2. WET WASH: Entire bundle returned damp. This
Insurance. I represent only old service 5c per pound.
Sti $259.50 Shl Ann Smith. Gall Rowe, Char

line, reliable stock oompanleit.<'1- leno Dennis. Flora.. Slade Burge 3. FAMILY FINISH: All of the bundle finished.
will he
Your business! apprl"
I ated. Searing'\', Bunny and Loral Strick- Wearing apparel 20c; flat work 8c per pound.
Patter, Harriet TowII -
and. George
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE 129 W. Call Street Buster Partin, Douglas Sey- I 4. BACHELOR BUNDLE: This service for "Homeless

: OPIIO"Ul"Bradford Co. Telegraph nour, John Adams, and Bill i Men", 20c per pound.
221 Temple Avenueii Phone 151: \Vood. !

J SEE: AL"'AItEZ' big 51th An- CLEANING
-- : 1 nl"'rMIIo1lV< Sale ad on page 31! .\npVl'nt i UPON REQUEST

....... ... wit-.Hi/. ..f.m..I1I11"jjl... '' '' '' can't afford to miss, !
I '" ''I''' 'ltj! .tii;-r-.Iijjjiiiiiiji-',.I; ;:; ::: .w itVihi' I IaWNNIWIIInWIIIAIIWhIYbAAlIYI111AlIIhIAYIAYAIIWIIW717" "" "' ' you I


Mr. and, Mrs. Martin W. Struthif

Pensacola announce the birth I IDec. 1)0 You Depend On Out OF Town Money For Your Living?
1 1'I' of a daughter, Sandra Kay, on .
t Starke Builders .
Supplies 21 In the Pen-weola Materilty

Home;, Mr. "Struth Is the This is where your dollar goes when spent with the
on of Mrs. \V, H. Struth ol
4:5: [ I S. (i. DENMAK: Jit. II :
j'I', .48 FOR LABOR
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark I : Money kept in Starke

LINE OF IWILDERS SUPPLIESWIIRIwIIW1ukYWYUW.4IMI7Y7WIAYIWWWUwWYOI1IYWINl I .nnounce the birth of a son, Ste-I I .09 FOR SUPPLIES 20 per cent kept in Starke
hen George, Jr., on December 31n I FOR UTILITIES Money Kept in Starke
1 Shadycrest Hospital. Mrs.enma.rk I .05 FOR FUEL Money Kept in Starke

""' ...'''' '''' .!n'," "iiHt'ti" "".HI kl',I.uOAnwIM.rWWIYIMIIOSUaupHNWIAYUgIWINYIYewYWwmu1NNNIWWaWNI''''' '' ''''' '' \' '' IIYIIInMnuMuM'uulnq' ... jr > is the former Miss I. .02 FOR LICENSES & TAXES Money kept in County

r SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS' Ernestine: Morris. .06 FOR INSURANCE Money spent in Starke
.05 FOR RENT Money spent in Starke

Paint Your House And Pay By The Month The Shadycreat Hospital an- 1 .02 FOR DONATIONS: Civic and charitable
the following births:
: ouncea / ,20 FOR INCOME TAX This is not
kept in
Starke but helps
Mr, and Mrs. Allen Bradford
: I to
keep safe for
tM'l' IliilNU IAYYYWYdxuYllAUxuWIA'nIYMAi..lWInIIMmllut. IWt 41)1111) ItHlitt lnWI1MWIMUAWYYW.'LIIMWWYYYWIWNWMIMWYWIIYIHYAMIMYWAuMWIWWYI! WWWIWIIMIYAWIII i,1 \Vhltt'h ad, Lake Butler, boy, I Democracy.The .


:: TERMS IF DESIRED I Mr. and Mrs. James B. Tlll- I balance of your dollar is spent with merchants and for other things
1'. 1 man, Starke, boy, James, Jr., that help to make a good town to live in.. THINK IT OVER.
iI -.. .... ... .. .. !siJIIUMJ I
Dec.> 21.
I ""|''''' :' '" I 'I < ) WM"llMflT< 'W' i i 'WWUfeMhWl4l4li4IWIIbmfcUjUIW[| ILW 'I''U'"II.'h'LUM' LL' Mr. and Mrs. Jonnle Arnold, Junius M. SmithSTARKE
f; GRADES Ake Butler, boy, Eddie, Dec. 21. I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I
Henry ,
j iibson.: Jr., Lake BuUer, boy, i
[.1 I BRONZE SCREEN BRONZE LATH 'ayne Roger, Dec. 24. ,

: Mr.: and Mrs Loys Johns Worilngtoit I DRY I CLEANERS
I Springs. boy, Loys I I .

I I Mr. and Mrs. William Silcox
I tarke, boy, Gerald Travis, Dec.
.. 28 GREEN
Mr. and :Mrs. Gerald Chester BUILDING

ti Outing Flannel l. white pink,
,. .. J. i -
MaNMIuYImIpAM4RwAkANrAlWnawuMMwwWplaWY7lanWmlMImJAMUtnIMMI' / AA'IMLaAWI"WmnIYAkXnM'mawn' MUwMMtleAIApnIWUaImMISNMMwMI11.I1rAnnMYrMIMMYyIA! I and blue at STUMP'S... ,., .' = '- --ii

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_1'5 LOCAL NEWSCarrie Sgt.. Wallace Cooley, who has Comer Ferryman who enjoyedhis said, therefore orrbeforeatheo17th Edna V. Carpenter, Defendant CaaeNo I II
of been stationed for a year with I mid-term vacation at the homeof eauan on. 6363. -
day of
the Army Air Corps in Greenland, his parents, Judge and Mrs. the alleRHtlonH,February. of said l 4S.Petitioners otherwise OIIDKR OF PirntlCATlOV: OPENING MONDAYR. :
returned last Saturday night to 1 E. K. Ferryman;' has resumed his will be taken a* confessed. ANTI NOTICITO\ Al'lMCAH I
Ingram was a din- Field, Mass. He arrivedIn studies at the University of Florida. this order be that Carpenter where reMenco and ,
at the home of nlversaiy Sale ad on page st! An Starke this week and will eni i week for four uuMUhecl"on..Ilt1v.once weeks each. u t sunday event can't afford to miss! Joy'a in the tlrndford County shore Drive, Shreveport' i.e.You .
Lewis In you furlough with his parents TURKEY !
Mrs. R. P. at Crarker a n"wpaptT of general circulation are required to appear onFebrnnry I Former Zeke
ter. Mrs. W. B. Mundy had as her Mr. and :Mrs. W F. Cooley and Grill Sunday. published. In Hradford. County, .' "- 14th, 104D. In the above I
ida.. named Court sad cause, wherein I Dryden
W H. Graham guest last weekend Mrs. Effle family. Following his furlough Mr. and :Mrs A. G Uglow of n.\T"D lit Stark! Florida, this plaintiff seeks divorce Ilrndforil
[and Mrs. Sgt. Cooley will be 14th County:\ T.itruph shall publish thin.
Cordray of Jacksonville stationed at day of January 1948. I
Graham's ]Detroit, Mich., Will .
Mrs. arrive next (SISAL Order IItn..xt four weekly (Hunan.WltneKH
pled Bertha Fuller to 'Mlsa' Lillian Stump returned some point .!In the United States. Tuesday at the, home of Mr. and Jerk: )of Circuit Court A. J., ITudfnrd Thomas. niy hand mid official aral I OF ALL KINDS '

Sunday Mrs where she is en- Thursday from Montlcello where Mr. and Mrs. Loatcn Morgan Mrs. John Uglow and Mrs. C. F. County Fla. 1-19 4t :I.d January at Sturke.ION.IOFF'tCtA1 Florida. thin 14th of SCREEN DOORS !

Mrs. Jim Sasser, Mrs. Un- XKAI.> A. .1'. ThnmaH.
a visit all this week with she haa been visiting at the homeof Ruby Ward where, they will enjoy a IV'l no i'IT (com. nn"'u..O"1) An I'lerk of cold Court I WINDOW SCREENSWE
and daughter, Mr. brother-in-law derhill and son, J. Underhill\ left six weeks' visit. OilTV, KLOHII| 1" CHAN'Urlffin John -T \lend".n.' Kiui., St.: Animating :
-!n- her and !Bister Sunday for Plant City, where "I'\: I "'I.. l It _
',. 1)l. A Rowton. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson Jr., their sister. Mrs. Frank is SKK: ALVAREZ' big 54th An- W. Carpenter Plaintiff va Ally for h'lf.. |.1< It '.8 j

\V U. Morse and :Mrs. and family during the lllneas of seriously ill in a local hospital King .'nlVt."hlLl.Sale ad on page 3! An
event you can't afford tel miss!
Gainesvilleon who
In little Marjorie Thomson recently
Burns were having recently suffered a heart) NOW HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF
suffered an attack of attack.
Sales & Service. The pneumonia.One Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis were! AND THEIR FAMILIES

itlot for Renulne part*. table Ladies' Shoes, guests Sunday at the home of Keep this date open: Wednesday -

120.. Smith's Oarage. tfIVER $1.00 at STUMP'S. Mrs. Carrie Ingram. Jan. 21, 10 a. m., Columbia SOFA BEDS 2950.1

TURKEY DINNER at Cracker' Theatre, Lake City. \.

Grill Sunday. Bring the family to our big

Mrl' and Mrs. John H. Mixon' JOHN DEERE programFREE

and Mrs M. E. Mixon spent Sun-' to, all farm families. -t RoUaway BedsSlngln
day in Alachua visiting Mr. and Among tho valuable door prize

Mrs. P. L. Mixon and family.Mr. to be given away are; Wire Fencing .

Nails Cord Wood Saw, Trac. and Double t
and Mrs. James J. Clarkof Nil'lth CollSprlnjc
(/ I
West Palm Beach were guests tor Umbrellas Tobacco Dusters !! *

last week of their uncle and aunt. Tractor, Weeders Grease Guns,

Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. and many others.
tIrsa Judge and Mra., A. Z. Adkins 't HACKNEY BROS. up We Now" Have A

/ were guests last weekend of Mrs.Adkins' I Limited Number Of
Lako City, Kla. (Adv.)
$ sister Mrs. John Love

: ol: yOU $4.50 Wilkes Part,at Wool in STUMP'S.Mrs. Jacksonville.Double. Blankets, TO .J.In OTICU C.unknown CHANDLER TO APPBtll whose address Double & Single I Deck Coil) Springs ''2 TABLE& 3 Burner MODEL

clothes WHEItEAS It appear. In that
AdaAlexander left Sunday certain cause now lu-ndlnK In the Just Arrived New Shipment
morning for several days' Circuit Court. of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit of .I..ldIn mid fur llruil- Oil, Stoves
t visit at the home of her niece ford County In Chancery, wherein 16.50 I
Make it a habit to check Mrs. B. Haynes In Winter Haven. J. II. Morrln. and hi* wtfo Annie up
Kla* Morris tor ,
1 1 pray I the adoptionof ..
your wardrobe for regular Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Oliver and Sylvia L I Hint the
I'.inh&.rI: :: 11.50 14.50
aid I Sylvia I ,, :Is the &
t cleaning. We'll re- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oliver and minorhll m 0 v e" spots and dirt daughter Jerry were guests last ler and that the place of ",...llI"ncoand
the Poet Office address -
of the
; skillfully wit i h o u t the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. said J. C. Chandler la. unknown to
rte"p : ; ; Sapp. Petitioners, and that thorn, In. no Baby' Cribs .uji
slightest injury person or persons In the State of ELEjCTRJQ,
material. You'll be both SEE ALVAREZ' big both An- Florida the Mvrvloe of a fniminnnn "
t:-;;. Sale In Chancery upon wliuni would 11
nlvertiany ad on S! An
pleased and proud to page bind the said J, (J, Chandler, you Complete WithMattreMien HEATERS
event you can't afford to mint, !
wear them after our
\ G. L Patten was In Jacksonville I
t Call us for pickup I '
; care. Just
Monday on business. PAPER HANGING
-\) s.. service today. 21.95 l II The Bathrooms
'" e ..rs"C"t All 'Ladies' Coats reducedto INSIDE PAINTING up
J t' $15 at STUMPS.Mrs. > ,
L. A. Duncan of i
_. Neptune First C1a8."d.. USE OURBUDGET
Beach is a guest all this week at Done Quickly USE OURBUDGET

the home of her son and daugh' And'EfficientlyInsectProof t PLAN PLANT'S .

PHONE 135 ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K. G.
Duncan and family I ( Pastel) / A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
ROBT. Temple
C. D. Brown spent last week.

BEEN, 315 end in Jacksonville on business. INQUIREHILLS Denmark Furniture Co.

a HOOVER Sale XSerUeo.. The

Oboes Ave, only outlet for genuine parts
rhono 120. Smith' Garage' tt COFFEE SHOP PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.

Mr. and Mrs. J, H. DuPre and ..

STARKE, FLA.CLASSIFIED. daughter Nancy, attended the -.- .- I
basketball game between Waldo : ._:' Ir I
- -- -- -- and Starke athletic associationlast II r

!' Saturday night in Waldo. I

-- --- --- guest Mrs.Jacksonville of W.Mrs.G. Hallo Walter, where spent Helms.she Tuesdayin was a I \WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE SALUTES HOT POINT ON ITS :

YOUR CAR w. have. a- 1Iew. TURKEY DINNER at I
HILCO unto rBdl 't''lmin dW* I
ulallatlon. Aa low aa $42.50. Sunday.Mias I CURB INFLATION BY REDUCING
blEFHERD RADIO SERVICE. NEW S-BEDROOM residence. Myrtle Reddish of Jack-I

curl at Madison Btreeti. Stark OUTMIDFpWNITE] PAINT: $5 GAL sonville was a guest recently at '

Seml-Olons $4 gal White enamel the home of Mr. and Mrs. Errol APPLIANCE PRICES NOW !
14.60 !frill. Other paint at low price
BT YOUR FARM CITY AND JLVMBICRl 1X8. 1x8. 8x6. 2x8. 8. Alvarez and Mrs. Laura Johns.
SINESS PROPERTY Pluming$ Windows complete Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan had
Fittings; % In. Ply Wood ;
Pine Flooring; Book Shelves.FIMI9H as guests Monday Mr. Duncan'sbrotherIn.law :
,,;' ti iJ3- r.b Qlaiis: Block.LIME Sand. White Cement. and sister, Mr. and We Are Proud To Join Hotpoint One Of TheNation's

.t.L. ALSO Concrete Pipe; Concrete Mrs. Ross Adams, of Neptune
fICUr gECsTATECreete.f Blocks, all sixes; pipe step Ktonrn. Beach.

ndrertUer of eenntrr house Mortar piers Mix Steel floor;Windows Cement; Rode Paint Mrs. R. A Thomas returne.lMonday Largest Appliance ManufacturersIN -
proneMr. line moil
M) solar! of llame.barIl'rs.tr Oil and Block Paint: Concrete Floutcomplete night from Biloxi, Miss.,

.|. Free. Bnyer, from nil. over thri. :; One Skll-Saw; Dump, new.LOTS Truck. Hauling where she has been a guest for
one 10.ting..t.STROU'r
colt MALIOt $200 lip $50 the month at the home of
REALTY AGENCY down, $2U mo. In cliff. limits.
GP lRAI. CO\ RICrIhf her son-in-law and daughter Mr.
Kt-prenented Locally By nit\iFoiti fioM-iiUi\ ro. and Mrs. Earl P. Fountain. Mrs. POWER OF THE AMERICAN DOLLAR BY ANNOUNCING -
F. C. J. Maurlve Ed.y.rde Phnne tINSUltAMCK
116 Fountain a c com panted Mrs. PRICE CUTS OF AS MUCH AS 10 PER-
So. Walnut St. : -I write a II I liner. : Thomas back to Starke and will "

life.fire automobile Sea me for, your liability Insurance and remain here for an extended visit. CENT ON AMERICA'S FINEST ELECTRIC RANGES,

:MTTRESSESOP nned. N. D. Walnwrlirht Jr? 129W. SEt ALVAREZ' big Stth Annlv -
164. tf ,
ALL KINDSRENOVATED *atty Sale ad on page 3! An

FOR RE'oIT-Attl"active.' clean furnlaherl ; event you can't afford to ml-w, HEATERS
and unfurnished apartment, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson
very clone In. Desirable location.No spent last weekend in Brooker

g children.objection-Mr. and to well MI"M. behaved w. II. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Inflation is much like the weather in that talks
,... ftor.n.!: 201 W. Madison< St.ttIlOUSIXa N. C. Mott. very


FURNITUREIJEfPHOLSTEUKD j available Information on A C see Klngnley COM Starke: M O Lake.DAT1ON3 Chamberof For about it, but nobody DOES ANYTHING about' it. But now

Commerce. tI acTARKE

AND REFINISHED FOIL S.\LE-'oI"w. : s in. x so ft. ..FL-: Winkler Electric Service is with Hot Point builderof
Urnp Us A Card endless van. Used. belt.IJelco Rubber batteries treated In can-different joining ---

HASTINGS MATTRESS CO/ conditions. 60 or more.
Box 230 Palatka, Fla.l 600-chlclc size starting or grow Sun. Mon. Jan. 18 19
ing battery. Electric fence with America's finest electric in DOING SOME-
charger never Installed. 60 gal appliances ---
} B.1LE-Two' used .l"ctrla re- olive drab pigment pacts paintIn TarzanAnd
urllrerator... good drum 3 unused sarafft door

Smith''_ Oara"... condition. tf 'i'f sideways unftrafteil pp Both<-nntrees. The HuntressJohnny THING about it namely reducing prices Electric Ranges

dBHLR8T TOURIST COURT, und'rtn.w Time to set them now. Furnished --- on ,
nian Kment. Cabins to rental apts. with land divided U..I..muJI.r.Brenda ,
rooms. Into pasture pine, and for
and bath overnight
"ahln.' also cultivation. Also. 1.1 nil. frontage Joyce
large r chop nultablartl"V,1"
for! """- Knuts JOO (Palutk-x on Hlundlnn highway. U. ')O aarA of Time & XiwtTuett. Refrigerators Disposalls & \Water Heaters.
\) fhon IT ring 1.1. 4tp 1-16 ca h.-Mrs. Carl Wynn Brook- .. ,
edo! Farm, Tlessent road, 1V4 mi. -------
OR RIST-3ro"m!: apt gas beat, east Htarke or write P O. Dox Only Jan. 20 ...
private u'.rhingtun bAth. _-... j fr... 101 306. .Starke.' at 1.18 Price reductions at a time like this Certainly, this I is proof that this: move
St., .
., Mm. a.: R. Johnfl.n.IjK
It FOR RENT: OU 8ALR--A few (goodsewing Hard Boiled when appliances' these are so scarce, is made purely in the I'UIiUC'S IN-
machines. See I O. Hemingway -
'OR T 4-wh..el. Bray baby 224 Thompson*.."I. I is NEWS itself. But all the more noteTgIUST.; We consider it an outstand-

flat. like' with new hood Alno Padded baby town.crib alp 1.15 Mahoney worthy ia the fact that these price re- ing example of the kind of business

rd tFattir"' In good condition.er.rke FOR SALE-10 acres goad strawberry The' Bowery Boy,. ductions which run as high as $20 statesmanship that has made America
.r.- """. Itt. '. Box Jn.Ford dirt with 8-room house.Lights Late News!
1tp and water. 2 ml. from on some models are made in the face the country that it is today and the

'OTt 8AU-1l31! 83 H. P.. Starke.Thompson See St.L. O. 1emingway 2tp,1-lg 224 --,-.-Thurn.----Jan.-21-22-- of the biggest demand for Hotpoint kind that will continue to lead the way
lIood Wed + -
Tire "on Rend $300. Can be APARTMENT' FOR RENT; private DOUBLE FEATURE
i kt Auto Fountain. It hnthI .r. M. Mitchell. S02

Jl'OR BALE--19x15 REST-4'.00m lIou. FOR W. Madison St.. "Htarke.' "ft._Up In Pillow of Death THE WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE HEARTILY SUBSCRIBES TO THIS
hutment and ""- OAK Toes FOR PALE

-1.andhvnd:....aux U.lumbpr.-c.Btarks.' Letsch. Itp Rt. lenajth.smaller 14 to ones.20 Inchexdlameter.Also &.1. Latter-. Von Chaney Brenda Joyce, COURAGEOUS MOVE OF HOTPOINT'S, AND IS GLAD TO BE ABLE

!rhorr!tALE. TT Twn young a4'll0btV Starke.man. Hoad 200 3 ml. south Itp of Likely Story TO BE THE FIRST IN STARKE IN THIS CRUSADE TO CUT THE COST

B'.ni"-Jw"' work. Wt.
5? Bn<1 BOO Ib... K.a.onWrlt TWO-BEDROOM: F'URNISITFD I OF LIVING."Everybody's.
<..1"tnt" quick .al... Box house gal equipped. 406 E. IJth Kill Williams Barbara halo I
- eppnintmrnt St. Reasonshle. .
Itp .-1! !:
"LFISHIP: Latest New

Countu.Br.h. In Dl"adtord OPEN: anil In Fuller I'nlo OUUR Apply BirTCLB:Mrs Dale FOR 2 1M ml.T.P.. out cheap.on ,_ u. ,_ -

details' : wilts FullerarBruchr., foIlllt. Farm road. Itp Fri. Sat. Jan. 223 24 Pointing To Hotpoint"Winkler

.'If'"I.\tvr\ Drive. St. Au u.tln". NATIONAL CA!?':" nCOtSTER for DOUBLE FEATURE
- lip sale, large .1.l good rondltlon.
; most any typehuslnes
4.'ITO suitable for
e 'r.1i: D '! : Stark Dry Cleaners
SI.rk,II JordinORt ', Do:0304- A Laundry.WANTED .
Near Newaom.'s Dairy. Michael O'Shea, Nancy
- conk. Electric Service
-- Itp : AT ONCE.: Chef.
' "'', '' I .hort-nrd. .."..1<. MS week up ColemanViolence
heater. ", **..k. Ptinn or c nturrraVusVn
.be. : br.&kfaatg."t., uchiller. nI'l". W F.. )'"". Ott"
-"", j"folding" chair'. I- .rlller.... 80. Oa In....III... Phone Hi4,W.Tmvr Secret Valley
rOR "O-l"arl .1",",.. .It I ItI 224 Temple Avenue Starke,, Florida ,

...."t.n, :'fT.w" '-room a I FOR _3-room apt. with i>rl* I Richard A rim "
Two II"antro" "ate hath electric! rsfrIgeratnr. Also "Donald's Dilemma"Chapt.
main ntre.t- .
In a...., I heat. Available Jan. I i
2:4 Thompson Stt. Stark.lip. I Adult only U4 N. -m: -*- ; S "Loci JIUI8Ie'


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PAGE SIX -- with :Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Nettles To Open cabinets.
-- and Mrs. J. M. Bradley in the end

lovely. I made custard In cups Behold turn. It afore time no eye I recent death of Mr. Bradley's Godwin.Mr. Wood Work ShopR.
for supper. Here Is enough for nephew, Thomas Verner of Mon- and Mrs. J. O. Caldwelland RULED PRACTICE
, Clay Hill six little cups. 3 eggs well beaten. ever did roe, Ga. Mr. Verner' death oc daughters Peggy and Fran- A. Nettles announces that he 0x12. for school Child",'*'>

1-3 cup sugar, 1-4 tp. Halt, 3 cupsof Soon It forever from all eyes I curred in an automobile acci- ces, visited Mr. Caldwell's mother -: will open a shop in the former ream.-Bradfora C???t,:!,.

.J Uy Liira Burgf Mohr scalded sweet milk. Add all Is hid. I dent and was Instantaneous. Mr., Mrs. J. B. Caldwell In Ocala Zeke Dryden garage; on the Keystone graph.
t ronra, Nebr. together and stir well. four In So here hath been dawning an-: Bradley attended the funeral Saturday.Mr. road next Monday. He will

'. glass or baking cups of any other blue day. services In Monroe. and Mrs R. W. Brannen specialize In making: screen doors, REAL ESTATEList

VI herein I shed a tear with f. kind. Set In a pan of water in Think will thou let It slip use- and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whit-I window screens, and. all kinds of
the oven at 350 degrees. pake less ? IIRIDGE CLUB MEETS your
m.rthrrv her son's p.wnliitiand away field and daughter, Helen, were property for
30: minutia I Mrs. J. G. Godwin was hostessat sonville spetn the weekend with with me. I have ,
Ilnlt near I sold,,
I relatives
rejoice at my of respective
The dawn breaks, Willie of the guests
my last week's meeting and Mrs. A. L. pieces of
neighbor. Here arc my New Year's resolutions friend In Jacksonville last her parents, Mr. ,, property and
bird sings, Digger aloud on Club, enter- and
yawns State Farm Bridge
that I many prospective ]
hope.each to bllyen,
p. And so the dream I treasure( carry out to the best of year ability his bed, in the dining room. I leap taining at her home Wednesday Sunday. I, .square deal Is ItliaranWd
"t once I la ended : my out of bed. I put on the afternoon. Camellias, narcissi, Having completed her nurse'straining Crews.BACKACHE fair commission I N all that, '
coffee. Whoopee! Another day. arranged at Charity Hospital In I I
The petals wilted which I hop To bo and nasturtiums were I quire. As a member
strong, no that nothingcan God bless you all. to decorate the God New Orleans, La. during the ot
ed would last; artistically For quick comforting help for Bockaolw Realty Board you ,
upset peace of my mind. I II Lura Winners of attrac week, Miss Mary Jo Caldwell Is! Rbeumwol'.tn ,Oettlnc Op Might, strong IIIIJ
The hues of each alight mom- win home. ..Irritating ......, Lee Pals. assured that I will ,
To talk health cloudy urine p. rep
ent now are blende happiness, hope tive prizes were as follows: for expected to arrive today to visit finder and swollen nnkl i, due you to the bent of
., my
Into the silent vastness of the I and prosperity to every person I'' high score, Mrs. M. E. Grlner; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. M uon.organleandnon-systemic Kldiuy sod N. D. VVAINWRIGHT"TIReaUor.
meet L. F. Bladdir troubles,try Cys...Quick,complete .
Mrs. Caldwell.
past. for second high, back au.ran'ak .
State FarmBy atlsfuttoa or money > Phone |
I To make friends feel there is Chapman and, In bingo Mrs. R. Mrs. Edgar Faulkner of Jack-' your drun for Crtx today. III
: And so the dream is ended, and j i something beautiful and rood In Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld P. Stubbins. Additional players

the scent them. were Mrs. J. R. Kite, W J.JJ< -L.i1d
t, drifts .
Of fading rOBes silently To look at the sunny side of Mrs. J. M. Hembree Mrs. P. D.

'\\II by; everything and make my optimismcome CREWS BABY Fancher, Mrs. Dennla Fancher,
And aa the night wind's last true. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Crews and Mrs. C. M. Turney. Mrs. NOW NEW OWPRItES

long: sigh Is spent, To be Just as enthusiastic about announce the birth of a son, Godwin had a dessert-bridge and -
The echoes of a whispered farewell John Allan In,
'. the success of others as Jam Shadycreat served pie with coffee.
die. I about own. Friday, Jan. 9. Before her
-Elliott Carter.I To forget" my all mistaken in the marriage Mrs. Crews was Georgette Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and
daughters, and Priscilla Real Await You
Cynthia Savings !
Dcllgn of France.
This poem came Into my mind past and try to do better in the of Live Oak, were supper

as I stood with a grl..fstrlckenJTlother New Year., Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. guests of Mr., and, Mrs. R. H. '
To wear'a No Weekend BUT
cheerful countenanceat Specials -
beside the body of her N. North and of Mrs. Nelle Beavers Cox Sunday. _
.. little boy, who had whispered his all times' and give every living regret to learn of the deathof Mr. and, Mrs. W..B. Granger of
She had held him creature I meet a smile. Mrs. Beavers' brother, John MOV. THElSATIKDIII
To Belle Glade spent the past weekCCCCOLD- Low Prices Every Day !
I give so much time to Improvement
in her arms and watched the last I I Stephens of Raleigh, N. C. dur- -
breath lie was only seven and a of myself that I haveno ing the past week. Mr. Stephens -

darling youngster. lie had pneu- Tt time, to'criticize others. was struck by a passing TRY POST'WAR"FASTEIlA"'NG"' Come See For Yourself-We Have REDUCED}
bo too
t large to -too
monia. My tears came along worry- motorist and his death was Im
noble for Prices-Now We Offer GREATER SAVINGS
anger-too strong for
with hers He looked so much Mrs. Beavers went to
-0 like my own son at his age, and fear and too happy to admit the Raleigh and will visit relatives QUO TABLETS Than Ever.
presence of trouble.To FRESH FRUITS .
of there and In other Carolina I
I had the so many
memory .... ".... ..
lift my heart In prayer and towns before Helm MM and .robMiiq AH .riesS.
have and loved returning.
dear boys I taught trust each day.I 4 Colds fml wllk iU(oMH: or!! !!".)
and long since lost, because Sympathy is extended to Mr. u.'I. I & VEGETABLES Ann Page 8 oz,
always have these written CRESTVIEW
they have grown to manhood. I ..
handy so I can read them over
I Just could not help but weep. It
and not forget what I plan to Macaroni
seemed such a waste for a boy 64c
be. Cut these out and pasta Bp6) Y.DEE StQVIC Phone 52-J Eggs -
to die. Don has gone this afternoon ; '
I them the kitchen calendar and
to bury him. I have had a W. .ouow TH. STO_K Mrs. Hartmann '
I it will help to a happier 3 for 25c
you day. 5!
I, pleasant afternoon at the near ... Dozen
Jt ..
neighbors. Mrs. Rlcketts had a January Is slipping fast away. ...
All life as we look back has slipped m --
party for another neighbor who
from We work, and striveto
t. has house Just near moved me. In We the had vacant jello do the best we can. We worry Let Us Install You A MODERN BATHROOM Red Del., 3 Ibs. 35c Niblets Kernel Whole Com 2 for J5t(

'Ih and laugh and weep. I find that ,
"1 with whipped cream, coffee and when I awaken In the night and Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One Winesap, 3 Ibs. 33c
doughnuts. I played the piano
..'t some for them and came back cannot go back to sleep Is a good York Imp., 3 Ibs. 29c Niblets Mexicorn 20(
time to to think of
home to the telephone and my say a prayer --- -- ------ ------

dog. Tho afternoon has other- happy things and make plans for ONE TO THREE YEARSTO

wise been quiet. the future. I often think of what Carrots, 3 bu. 23c Del Maiz Stem:;;: Corn 17c
j I am going to write In this column (
at PAY. NO
At Clay Hill they are back DOWN
So If you lay awake with
r school. I saved the bars of soap Cauliflower, hd. 19c
sleepless nights, put them to good TALL, CANSWhite a FOR
after they got too small to PAYMENTCALL
I.., handle easily and put them In a happy use. thoughts.Think. Good It Is delightful.thoughts, Pasco Celery, 2 15c House Milk 49c

soap box and sent them to 1 Kiln< [ say this poem by Thos. Caryle.So -
Mae Osteen. She took them to 144 OR SEE ,US AT 335 TEMPLE AVENUE Grapes, 2 Ibs. 25c

school and gave the little bars here hath been dawning an
out to the children to wash their other blue day- Shull & Rutabagas 2 Ibs. 9c 8 O'clock Coffee lb. '- 40c
Plumbing HeatingSTARKE
hands with before they ate at Think will thou let It slip use Gr. Cabbage, 2 Ibs. 9c
noon. It made them happy to bet j I less away?

remembered. They have only had] Out of eternity thU new day FLA. Grapefruit, 10 Ibs. 29c

a light frost. Lula Mae Mosley: wag born, RICE!
said that they had been feftiliz-; Into eternity at night shall re D'Anjou Pears, 2 Ibs. 23c eFpllti .

; Ing the strawberries. Margarettei .
Oranges 8 Ibs.
25c '
Mosley, Lula Mae's sister works|

In an office In Miami. Margarette Red Cabbage, 2 Ibs. 25c MADE*rUli! 7IC 3'lbs. 45c
1 was an honor student when she WITH

went to( Clay Hill. I have a card Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 49c

I!j girl announcing to, Richard the.and birth Cornice of a Mos little FOR HOSPITALITY Bananas. . 12c lona S. R.'Flour 25 Ibs. I.93

;; ley, weighed 6 Ib. and 11 ounces. Lemons, doz. . 33c
They named her'Sharon Lynette. Ann Page Ketchup I Jim Dandy Grits
Congratulation) Bernice Is the Yellow Onions, 2 Ibs. 23c I
I; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ix>uie 14 oz. 21c 5 Ibs. 50c

Carter. I had a card from Shirley -

t Mosley that she received the
gingham horse and pencil I sent SERVE COCACOLAA

her She Is just a small girl M EATS dexoSHORTENING
with lovely red hair. God bless

her. Jack Wilkinson Is. now nonattendance 1
officer. He used to
"Lou-eat Prices" "Rest
be a deputy of the law enforcement Qualitll.Sibs.

l so perhaps all the children I

will hie themselves to school Breakfast BACON 1.72

f now. The Parrlshes had a nicer 1 lib 40c
Christmas and the children got Salt BACON Streak Lean 43c .
what they wanted from Santa. Streak Fat _

Does ua all good to hear those I A & P CUUSUEIJPineapple
t i' words. I Picnic HAMS. 4. 6 Ib. avg. 47c

'. There Is still snow on the ... .
: it has thawed Ground BEEF lb. .
ground here and aM' rr 43C
some today. The nun has shone t

1 r:b.2 Pork LIVER. . 32c

t: Chick Buyers No. 2 28c

(' .HERE'S. BIG NEWS 1.I' 1.? Milk-Fed Veal Roast lb. 49c can -
.r h11..Ir.. .. N$0..... ...
.. .. .. .
i TA 0.0 .11 1 "
.......... .... .
!h'"l ih Imr1*...t. *.*......*. that N.N... .*.N..Orl '.-. V',- Nice Large Mullet lb. 29c lona
...... ....ih.v .... INI...f.ll.ni bril"* "'" ) PEACHES
W.\ .
.w..1..-...*!h\nr...fcr.*.N""..".0M a-r.n MMiid." L*.*I.. \.2.2Y 2 1.2 25
fi I nh1a OHM.:IBM*.Ml.Ir..wMil. iht..iirrMM e' Speckled Trout Ib 35C Mo. -
I -u 0.1 a. -
I t -.1,...........rlluhr Lour at ....
*".. ..... I
.1 s..o..o........MONIV. ...........M<..".*
J..e..d w. .1 "0.0 I Fresh Country Iona 2Cudahy's
... Spareribs lb. PEAS No.
....... ...... 39c
!i.r1..ul 4 < I M t Mil*. ,
... ........ ........ .
,l M II all b CUD Ink.0.
........ ........ .... ...
r J > frww** .1.* !" AM 2
....>l*.IMH4 ................ .. tI for 23c
yl.I LIGHTNER'S CHICKS Bacon Squares 47c

e....rM..i>. C P. O. ... .I4K. .. .. ,
... J4i C.ly"k... S c. ';'i"'i'/o !.oh. '- U
t Ji'\i'\ ';'"" .. .- .. ".''ff --. 71 --. Ion TOMATOES

ei,H ciui-i-m | TaIco Scratch Feed, 25 Ibs. 1.49 Green No 1 -nt- :;

;.1, 'fly ,IMIM M. Smith N !

0i [Talco Laying Mash 25 Ibs. 1.49 2 for 35c '

j upWJ @ Red Label l Karo Syrup
; .
No. 5 59c
can -

.s : Jalco Starting Mash 25 Ibs. 1.49

y- ir-- A & P Apple Sauce

r No. 2 can 15c

i ae (lr..ArA i jTalco Growing Mash 25 Ibs. 1.49 2 Ibs. Ann Page

Grape JAM 39c
I Talco Scratch 87

Nutley Oleo 37c
5 -

4S o h ID-W 1 n a % 3 FEED, 100 Ibs. Sultana Red Beans

.J '.., Sir b* l Into .. M wHfc .xoti for it either way. both 1 lb. can lOc
U tkMu. .'.mlt.4 MMfhT!
1 V. heal
traJe-mjrks mean the jamt tling.OtTllO -


.t I O 147.,.. -r.1. C..wy' |300-302 E. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA. 3 for 19c

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I :..mc \'. 10, '91. DIL\J>FODD COUNTY TRLF.iR\PII. FT\RKE FLORiD'\


The Baptist Hour I i,Moody Bible Institute. The picture Inventory Cites Commission contains factuil: in von, -
Jews was presented by J, B. W'llk- advertising: campaign Itradford County Labor supply,
' inch Sunday Morning at 8:30: 'ing, who previous to showing It, Industrial Assets format on that will bo useful to Manufacturers: who receive the taxation transportation facilities,
: P'r January 18.Speaker O'CIOCk'1 gave a brief resume of the work manufacturers, who are arching lo t\\11 tory will have a complete !police and l fire protection, housing -
''r a Church done by :Moody Bible Institute in Of Bradford rations fur new JI\I\ts II willbw ri>poir on the natural resources \ civic organizations and I
all terian bringing these I U",11 n the Industrial phase r churches
!',;, great pictures to Lucian Conner Secretary of the <> general economy government and are some of the items I
trr.n K4"finnn. Minister the public to further acquaint the states half-million dollar a I ,community facilities of Stnrke slid covered !

them with Cod's power and man's Starke Chamber of Commerce, nn- .....""" ""L=., """""' ,.,_ M m I I
FE lg Worship and Sermon, frailty. Mr Wilkins used as his nouncca that copies of a comprehensive
[ Topic. "New Life text 2 Peter 3:1-11: which was a inventory of the Industrial -

Id fur hui lock",h' Every member Is in. .. picture.most appropriate preface to the !: advantages of Starke hud Something t To Cheer Jihout i

id be present and visitors been received from the Florid
ran attend. Remember the night of Tuesday State Advertising Commission.
Tally Invited Jan. 20( when the Foreign I
will assemble The Inventory! Mr.
School Missionary prepared by
''hat nday sponsored by the I I
of 1 1r m.dnster. Christian Missionary Alliance Conner and the Industrial develop 1
nil Fellowship will Group will be at the Tabernacleto ment staff of the Advertising r
rep [the Sunday School Room bring a first-hand account of 1
I Lucile McRae will have conditions In foreign fields. '

$ ]q \>f the program and Mary See notice elsewhere In this Issue -
lie tubbins will be the hos- concerning/ National Ex-
fl : Dr. Kyle M. Yates
e following new officers ecutive Committee :Meeting of the
Josephine Johns, vice- Houston Texas Laymens' Evangelistic Ass'n., s'k
; Subject: "Repentance Man to
t; Lucilp McRae, secre- Cod"Heard January 24, 25.:
treasurer. Miss Evelyn Dr. E. O, Zorn of Chicago will '
I Is the sponsor of this over Radio Station WJAX begin a series of meetings Satur- E ; -

y ytU young people.Frongregatlonal day, January 31, and running

:Meeting of Baptist ChurchThis through Friday, February 6. Yes Lady It's really something to cheer about. It's price-slashing "DEFLATION
|rch was held last Sunday. r FOOD SALE." You'll cheer about the flno lands you llko nt prices you'll love to pay; You'll applaud
I showed a gratify- Sunday morning at 11 o'- Christian Church \ the URAL money Raving specials you'll find featured in our stores during this big event.
reports clock the First Baptist Church You'll cheer because you'll know It's the best and l biggest food sale you've seen In many a day.
over former years. Rev. J. M. Dixon It's our first of the and
ance of Starke will have as guest WITH THE CROWDS.year ;you'll say its our beet COME SEE l'OI YOURSELF CHEEK
wing Elders were elected: speaker Dr. J. Franklin Ray, mis- Sunday School-10 a. m.
(avis, and Thomas McNeill. sionary to Japan. Dr. Ray Is now Morning Worship-11 a. m.
till be installed at the residing in Memphis, Tenn., and Evening Service-7:30: p. m. 3 Big wuv. Uo ti.-wl-r.n Fwrr,11, q Feu Hur Ask At
fill service on Sunday. Theg will bring first-hand Information Prayer Meeting Wednesday
I 0'1 | Trustees were elected' : concerning the Japanese and the 7:30: p. m. Sara Days I Store For
F. Williams, Dr. R. P. help that they need from the
'ED s. Mrs.! F. F Stump and Christians of America today. St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday PHARMACIST I Thurs., Fri.& LDv Special! -

rney, The Sunday Evening
'GS Hour at 7:30: will again feature Happy 10:00: a. m. Church Phone 64 STARKE Sat., Jan 15 Page Color
School; 11 a. m. Holy Communion -
ECOSTAL HOLINESS the singing of the hymns that On-the-Minit Servict
CHURCH you request, with Mrs. Morse at and sermon. 16 & 17 N 1 I ; Price List!

r, i St. and Temple Ave.y the piano and Mrs. :Mann at the Rev. S. W. Creasey ----------00>
School 9:43: a. m.; Morn- Hammond console. The - - - - -- -
rship 11 a. m; Evangelis Rev. Lewis D. Haines, will pastor bring y _ _ ,_ _ ff
Ices 7:00 p" m. Everyone the final message in the series
e. taken from the story of the
I-Rev. L. J. Price, Pastor prodigal as told by Jesus, the title HERE IT IS! ,

of the message, "The Father's

Story." ROB B I .N S' '.
School meets at 9:45 -
Sunday : :
with departments and classes for I .i f
PRODUCTSIARK all ages. Training Unions meet Annual JANUARY ." "
PLUG CLEANING at 6:15 with Unions for 'all age


1KB &: TUBE REPAIR Mid-week service on Wednesdayat I The Event You've Been Waiting For Sale Starts
Pastor 7:30 from with John's a message letter by the to Friday, January, 16 8:30 A.M.


We Also Do A cordial invitation is extendedto LADIES'
I #"
AUTO REPAIRSTENLY'S all to "visit the church..with MEN'SLeather F .".,0
the visiting Pastor".

At The TabernacleA JACKETS
= ;

[Service Station fine group was present at '' Value 15.95 ply ,. :
the Tabernacle Saturday night to 28.95 IR.9j; 'J ., ;
mple Avenue Phone 199 view the picture "God of The Value .- 13.95 ,
Atom", shown under the auspicesof r + >t
the Extension Division of
\ r SUITS iI -' :


"In The Heart, of Town And In The Hearts 10.93 & 12.05 Values ?
of The People"A fJ

Southern Baptist Church For All People c-:1I: M $5.00 1 H

Sunday School 9:45 Training Unions 0:13

llornlngVorshlp Evening Happy Hour ONK GUOIJI'SKIRTS

11:00 7:30 DRESSES Jl dye All-Wool SWEATERS

"January Journal of Juggling of Jerusalem" 5i I: !) and I
5.93: & 6.95 M .,, "" 4.95; Value i
lorning, 11 a. m. Dr. J. Franklin Ray, Missionary I f\f\ e 1i.95) elves' 3 00
I 4.UU
To Japan Value F- J 2.00 C c .

Evening, 7:30 p. m. "The Father's Story" 7.93; to 11.95; ,: i
Listen to the Baptist Hour r Sleeveless I Sweaters
WJAX Each Sunday 8:30 a. m. Values CHILDREN'SDRESSES: Ul ;s

"Visit The Church ttfth The Visiting Pastor" $ i $2.00

5 ,
f 1.95 to 2.93 Value'

Sport Shirts -


[OWNER Flannel Shirts 2.19
-- 1-3 Off HOYS' : '
Catalina Sweaters
LADIES'CHILDREN'S Flannel Shirts -
Medium 12c 48c fr 7

Large 18c Per Pound SHOES ,, Men's Woolen Scarfs MEN'S HEAVYUnderwear

4b4OfS ( 1.98 & 2.95 Val. 1.49 1.49
SAVO Bleach Breakfast SHOES 7

Boys' Dress Pants Children's Sweaters
3Qts. B-A-C-O-N
One-Third Off One-Third Off

25c Per lb. 79c ONE LOT 1.95 L
4.95 Value 1 C"'tL E 1ti Children's Woolen Suspendered Shorts $1.00

Long Grain BACKBONER ONE LOT 2 95 /i"/ All-wool Blankets, formerly 14.95 10.00

R I -C -E Meat 5.95; Value .
j' Part-wool Blankets, formerly 8.45 5.00

3 Ibs. 55c Per lb. 55c ONE LOT 4.95; 1
5:95: Values S ALL SALES FINAL -

PilUburyFL0UR SOUSE MEAT -- : -- -
30c ONE: LOT
6.95; Value

25 Ibs. 2.43 Per Pound

Limited,Quantity !1-S-T-E-A-K

S-W-E-R-L i I Fat & Tender To Values 1.95 REDUCEDROBBINS'I

2 Ig. Boxes 33c i Per,Ib. 45c All


MEAL or GRITS i i 85c I

5 Ibs. 47c Per Dozen

.c f" ff .J" ,


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_.---_ -- J J Li ', .' dIJJIIIft.r! ... 1!" ,: ..._ _. 0> .j H, ""t..lIRID.IY

-' neeks divorce and restoration -
roildenco' la: Unknown. ever had. named Court and cause,BradfordCounty wherein plaintiff of maiden name. Bradford 1940.OFFICIALIeRgI
Mr. and Mrs A. E McKinney fKHVL.CWIK. VAn I>.T Flurith. Plaintiff, You are required to nppear on F. P. (Puck) Jo nee. plaintiff Teli'sruph seek dlvorre.shall publish this County Telt-Hrraph shall publish thisOrder '. 1'r'\
1'1'It'lItlt Sunday of her father 1 ShnrM.in Van I>"r Burnt, February 18. 194A, In HIM abovermnu Ir four weakly |MMIH H.Wltnexi In next tour weekly Ineuee.Wltneee R. If. nun"l n, 204 ,
Mao In next
-" vii : Court t Order hand and official seal .JaCk"onvJ"
*l and cause wherein official my Floda" rAep1L
No. 6253.Olir : : and
CUH coMMf9910k11I
in. Brooker I livfcntlunt. I .. FOIL COUNTY: my Florida, thllO January 13. AttY'. for
(j W. Hazen pmit.Ir'ATIONANIl ( plaintiff N "k> divorce Bradford candidacy IStnrke, Florida, this Jan. at titnrke:! I'LL
Efl!: OH" hereby announce my sent at ( ,
shall thusOrder t'll
NOTIfH 1'11 Al'PKAIt County: Telegraph pithlliih. for the office of County Commieaaloner uary 9, 1949.OFFICIAA"EClerk. i
: In next four weekly InHiieif.Witness
IN ('11.41'11'1')1 H'l'j 1111\11.01:1 I STATE: Of FLORIDA I to:WC. heae my hand and official. for District Ono (Lawtey If) ( A. J. Thomas .
Iiurffh Bradford Court.
Der County said
Van nf
(.01.1.' '. 1.0111"\1$ ShurlJan/ eat 14 at, Htarke 1948. Florida, Ibis January -I II .elected I promise to give faithful Joseph K. Skipper WIllluniH Hldif.?, Every Branch

.. m _.d.-- -----, I (OFFICIAL BEAT.' ) A. J. Thomas. service, energetic to this and Important conscientious ortl.,..! 7V. Kornytli St..! Jacksonville. FlorIda -
of sold Court
An Clerk
. ,' I will at all times be ready to' 1-JS 4t Z-t\ INSURANCEH.
Tf. Oalnovllle.
"I Zech Douglas Fla.1 confer and advise with my coniltuenta Atty. for PIt. _
fur Pit 1.18 4t
Ally duties as Commissioner -
and In
my I" <-inri'IT rni'itT. nit\npoitnTOIVTY.
Gibbs to carry out. their FI.OUIUAl IN CHAN'
Dried i and work for the bent Interest of
Your min-
our district and county Stanley, Plaintiff
Political port will be deeply Jp pfecbntJo I K. Stanley, Defendant.
vs. Robert
Catsu' i iI Announcements OF PUBLICATION .
wn Apples ,vrt, FOIL r'(11'NTY COtIR14eIOVEIt Af NOTICE TO APPI3AH
candidacyfor STATE: OF FLORIDA to: ItobertK.
f : ,e 1 hereby announce my PHONE 146
residence In: %
Run County Commla"lnn..r of District !Stanley
Bottle FOR STATH SBNATOIl Three (South Htarke). Your Mrs. J. B. Stanley, 1109 Hawthorne
I / I hereby announce my candidacy vote and support will be greatly Drive, Norfolk, Virginia Constant Service Over 50 Years _
I Pound for the office of State Senator from appreciated. You are required to appear on
the 16th Senatorial District, comprising -Ira WI180n February 16. 1948, 'In the above
Bradford and Union Coun- I named Court and cause, wherein
19c tile and If elected.' 1 pro ml no to i:> nncriT rorHT. nnADFono
faithfully perform. the dutlrs of ('OI'N'1'Y'' FI.OIIIUAI IN (''''':*-
'I 25c I this office to the beet of try ability. TKIIYKvrbert '.
Your vote and support will bo A. Bntcford, PIa Intlfr. vs.
greatlly .appreciated. Khubla lDal8ford.: Defendant. Monticello Wool Blankets
KmpertfuHtr your. Case No. 6245ORDEK .
I $1
_____ .......__,..... n ,--" ..... I hereby Poll MTATH announce KKVATOH:my candidacy General. Hatsford Delivery whose, SiiNkatoun residence Sank.Is:! : %. Regular $15 Value - -
Popular Brand for State Senator from the 16th Canada.You.
7.75 Senatorial District I have always are required to appear on
CIGARETTES Carton felt and worked for the aid of old February 16, 1948, In the above
,... : .... and needy; people I believe In careful -
upending and low taxes. ., .
--' ; DU1: u-; or Kelbeck If .elected. I promise full, con'Hclentloiix Boys'Leather Jackets $11.50 Reduced to $8.50
service to the bent of
I GRITS my ability t earnestly, *;: solicit W.C.T.U.
F---Ul----I MEAL or your vote and support subject to
the Democratic ,
Primary of
5 I 5 Ibs. 49cStr..ko.an 1941. Sincerely your friend May. "Tho world '.crown success." One Lot Ladies Coats A Star Bargain $14.50
Clarence AItobert*. God falthfulnrtt
Swift's Smoked "You can>.sally determine .
Extra FOIt,MIHCItlFK the calibre of'a man by find- : ...
I hereby announce for the office lug out the amount of opposition MANY OTHER ITEMSikl .**) ..i r :
Sausage31clb. of Sheriff of Bradford County nub' ;
Wht. Bacon]
: Ject to the will of the voters In .It taken to discourage .
the Democratic e '
Primary of
; May 4. him. ;
If elected, I wll| make you one :;. SIMILARLY
promise, (The Defender Magazine)
49c Ib. Pure one of. andbeutofflcer., youehave I I < i. '

_._ ._- ::
Beef Frenh.n. ",oJ.. py

: Liver55clfc Lard. Pk. Chops ''f LET.. US RENT YOU'ALOCKER .. Remember S -.' ... .. :" -JT

... .
33 F.t'Ir-i' :; ,. "r

: ,._.: Pound c 49c D..: : .

'\. To Keep Your Cured Meat In -. '

Fresh Green Fla. Cabbage, lb. 5c Every Day Is Bargain Day ,

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i\ .Graded Fla. Sweet Potatoes, lb. 6c $2.00.; )( Per:Locker Per Month e """..; .

ege.eeeee taik7'i2 l-2c i ,I-Jk} !: ; L At TheStar
Crisp Celery,
r, _.____._.__,_____ _,,_ _n_ _ _
U. S. No. 1 Potatoes, 10.Ibs. 45c


4'. H- 12




SMART S-A-L-E The New FORD "Bonus Hoists TRUCKS for '4K

i. Shoppe

k, .t ..........-

I .,_ r I .
-- -- -'-
A" I 7.98 ALL W001.1 : /i .
t I BUTTON SWEATERS Now --------. I I .N -
I 4 L- i
\ 5.98 ALL WOOL & ?

i t' SWEATERS, Now l.JJ 74 t
ji. | SLIPpVEH ------- m
", 3JJ. ALL WOOL -I JyttABY |-

SWEATERS, Now -__________ 1.4t)

\ 1v., s M eji
I ./e
;.j' Values tq $5, Now -_______ .---.-- IsDl/

. t LADIES IIANDHAGS; (Plus Tax) O flCI v*

: Values to 12.95 Now ______,.________ L.U to

4 I LADIES DRESSES Wools & Crepes TTT-T .. .
In Joan Miller, Doris Dodson A QCSunland "'.
Tt 7 J v
; ,,Y.qJJHga5' ---------- at

I One Lot frRriSSESi,. Q 95 's ""' = The new 1948 series F-5 Ford iH-ton. 134-Inch wheelbase-truck wit* "1y.

Values -to. 22.95, Now ------------- Z1. 3 .' i, yF,t, ,- rac-foot stske body, was shown to the public today by the Ford Motor
tcatf a Company. The new truck line represents the first postwar products of Fort
? ana is offered in a wider range of models and capacities than ever before fro*
A'FewSUTS H-too pickup and panel models through 3J-and }tan serif; F-7 and F4
the largest trucks the company has built.
At .Real Give-Away Prices "
& rx .


IlaU mgrnj Sachets The new'1048''series F-8 Ford.3-ton truck with 195- They are powered by three new truck engines-a ?S- .
inch wheelbase is the largest truck ever built by the horsepower six-cylinder engine,a 100-horsepower V-8 and :
S ss / l Evening Bag.i Ford Motor Company. The new 1948! truck line offers I a 145-horsepower V... ., -.
'1 Brae Panto 2 C a wider range of model. and capacities than ever before. '':',.

Plastlo Scarfs % Coatunoe Jewelry '-_ --__-
e 'o
FORD TRUCKS 'Bo"uJ ffmttl FOHbiggest'SIBS ..

))1"' MERCHANDISE, Gong[ For Only -___ QjC NEW BIG JOB S. Two of 'em... 1
Trucks ever built!
!:: Ladies and Childrens 'S H O E .S
NEW E N GIN E S Brand new six, two power-
f Some Styles of 8.95 and 9.95 SHOES packed new V-8's. Up to 145 horsepower!

4.95 5.95 NEW CARS. Million dollar cab with living room
> NOW comfort t -r. .- 7

'! CHILDREN'S HIGH TOP O QCBHOES. "NEW FRAMES. New axels, new steering, new

:I';;, Sizes up to 6, Now .. ... _.. aCst/J brakes IMODELS x..a. ._...____ __ _.....: _

NEW More\ than 115 models !in the The new 1948 series F-1 Ford H-ton truck hu a M- neh wheelbase witb
t; --ALL SALES CASH Ford line I 2-ton IIH.lootjlck.upbody.. The newtruck8 offered in J H-ton, "_ton.ltanIH.lel1,
23} -ton
and 3-ton and
capacities Provide a wider range 01 modelsYou
f NO EICCHANGEB! -- ---- trucks cap"citie. than ever before including the F'7 and 1".8 eeriethe largest
:. NO REFUNDS Ford baa ever built

9:00 A. M. Are Cordially Invited To ,Attend Our Showing --Friday Jan. 16
Friday 8 A.
Sale Starts. -- : M. To 8 P. M.

,". tl' : The


SmartShoppe 1

199 W. Madisoh St. Starke, Fla.

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e Order In next four weekly Issues., ,I
' ''I, S
Witness my hand and offlril
seal at Starke, Florida, this Pe- I

awtey cember(OFFICIAL 31st.SEAL 1947.) A. J. "tomes,

L. H. FutchBEOKOANIZF.S, As Hy CI.rk"of Lucille C.said Conner Court., D. C. The American '
lty T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Legion I
e 'e Atty. fur Plf. 1.3 4t 1-23 Says :


awtey City Council met R. R. Smith Plaintiff, vs OUnell
Monday night, Smith, Defendant. Case No. 6222


?lt present. The old Coun- Smith STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to and: Ollnell ad YOU KEEP AMERICA

called to order and all old dress Is North Side Grand Cayman,
A of, after British West Indie. ;:
was disposed You are required to appear on
| adjourned and the new February 2;1941, In the above num. SAFE FROM AGGRESSION
was called to order ,by ed Court and cause, wherein plain- -
tIff seeks divorce. Bradford County .
hilllpab Telegraph shall publUh this '
was ''reelectedn Order In next four weekly.: I".u's. .r
Witness 'my hand and official
for the ensuing year seal at Starke. Florida, this| :December -

I .alnnal1.E. Wall, Charles Jr., was DInkIns elected (Official Cleric" 81. 1947.Seal of said) Court A. 3. ThomasAs You Can Do This By Signing The Petition

,sent and took the oath as By Lucille C. Conner 204-03 D. C.
Charles R. lies Ouarnnty
man, he being elected 'to Life ,Bldff., Jacksonville :Flu.
vacancy.of H. C. Kelly Atty. for Pit. 1.J: 4t 1.23 Now Being i Circulated By The American '

candidate' for rest -
not a
as .

chairman appointed H. C. Fred CEUY:; Peterson, Plaintiff Vs. Sophie Legion Urging Congress To Enact Universal
I O J. Anders, and Charles Peterson, Defendant. CHS" N'o. i U. ;
Is on the Street Committee.nance NOTICE TO APPEAR F b ,
Committee appointed STATE OF FLORIDA to: HoPhla< 5' t

J. E. Wall. Jr.. Charles dleton.Peterson New whose York.residence is: Mid- Military Training Legislation.The

L, and H. C. Harley. The You are required to appear on .
I Committee February 2, 1948 In the above named -
and Sanitation court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
posed of O. J. Phillips, O. seeks divorce. Bradford County 3,.

lew and J.was E. present Wall, Jr.and OrWitnessnemy'hand Telegraph shall we publish an4 KlUsues.otflolulfceal .this. Jones-Lang ford-White Post is cooperating in this

L. Brown at tarke, Florl-U, tills be-
the oath as policeman for cember 26, 1947.
Tar. Mr. Brown has been As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said Court) A. J. Thomas. '' Natsnn-Wide drive by the American Legion to obtain

for the past several By Lucille C. Conner, D. O, i .
appointment, but Zaoh It. :Douglas, aalnemille, Fla
i under Atty. for Pt?. 1.3 4c 1.23
|lected in' the last election. I \ millions of signatures on petitions to be presented to
iv! cincrrr coi RT nnipronuK.HY.

SIC It.I Harley was Installed as at Ed<:RIle: If,. 1efendant.Rule Plaintiff Case, v No*..Joyce 6242. ;\hdT: Congress. Surveys have shown that 75 per cent of the

I' of the Masonic Lodge ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND a
meeting last Tuesday, NOTICE TO-APtKAK 1 \ American in favor
gular of UMT
officers STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joyce ? people are but they must
!. The other elected I.. Rule, whose residence and address '
Installed at the same time. In: Campnon Place, Metuchen, v
the members New Jersey 'w make their wishes known to Congress. You do this
the meeting You are required to appear on .. : _. can
jisltors of the Lodge went to February 9, 1948 In th" above nam- k' ( ,I r::,
ed Court and cause, wherein plain- ,
[school cafeteria where al'n tiff Reeks divorce. Bradford Ceun-
dinner was served by the ty Telegraph shall put>llnn this I by signing the American Legion! Petition.
Order In next four weekly Itiues.
Visitors from Witness my hand and official seat
rd, and Baldwin were pres- at Starke, Florida this January 8, .. ,. '

0 enjoy this occasion. 1948.(OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J.-Thomas, TJ 4 oW .:;... .. If for
c As Clerk of aM Court. r .. some reason those circulating these petitions fail
its Marguerite Wainwright Charles Rv Hess, :204-0!' Ouaranty
studies at, Life Bldgr. Jacksonville, ...1.....
returned to her Atty. for Pit. 1.9 4t 1-30
after spending the holidayswith to see you, then look up some member of the Legion and
iv rinri'iT coi-IIT. iui\i)Foni
her parents. I roilNTY.I FI.OIIIIIll IV CHAN.CKHY. .
,s. H. Hazard and Miss Sadie!, Emma Julia. Jackson, Plaintiff v*. tell him you want to sign. This is a matter of vital importance -
N. Y. were .
|e of Brewster, Raymond Lacy Jackson, Defendant. ." '0'
recent- .Cane No. 6241.ORDER .
ng friends In Lawtey OF PUBLICATION

Mrs.; Hazard lived In Law- AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATId ; to you and yours. The future of America and
while her ; OF FLORIDA to: Ray '
several years mond Lacy Jackson whoas residence
(and was pastor of the Meth- Is. : Uartow, Georgia..
Church, and has many You are required tu appear on the World is at Stake!
February 9. 1948, In the ftbov named -
.da who were glad to see her. Court and cause, wherein< plaintiff Sl
seeks. divorce Bradford County I
j ra. Lois Mayes of Christmas, Telegraph shall publish this
was a visitor to Lawtey roily Order in next tour, weekly ..Issue*.
Witness my hand and Official. seal
,* She1K'a member of nt !Starke! ; Florida, this January 8,

!school faculty here last,'year. 194S.(OFFICIAL iAe SEAL Clerk) of A..T.Maid Thomas Court., A STRONG AMERICA is A PEACEFUL AMERICA --- SIGN YOUR

Zarh H. Douglas, aalitftvllle, Fla.
Atty. for Plf. 1-9 4t 1-30
for school children. 75o a COUNTY FI.OHIOAl IV! CHAN- .
-Bradford County Teleeiacl'rl' .
Mary Maffdolen Duffy, flHlntlff. vs. 1
Edward Joseph Duffy, Defendant. '.. ,
ot"'TY 1 FLOIUDAl COURT. BRADFORD IN CHAN:; STATE OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR: Edward .. This Advertisement Sponsored By The Following HusinesH Men Who .,,
KIH.I Joseph :Duffy whose residence, and
"I! Homeo, Plaintiff. vs. Adele address. Is: 4705-3rd Avenue Brook- ,', Believe That Universal Military Training Is Essential To The Safety '1'
hi In Bevelnqua Romeo, Defendant. lyn. New York. r >
). No 5226.ORDER '' You are. required.. to appear. on '
OF PUBLICATION February 9, 194S In th. ate named Of Our Nation.
AMJ NOTICE] TO APPEAR Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
fc-TATK OF FLORIDA to: Mr. seeks divorce. Pvadforrt County .
lie 1 Elena Bevelaqua Romeo Telegraph shall publish this... OrderIn
f''K"( residence and address Via next four weekly Ixiixiep.. -:..; .,
iinjlntii nionla, lonlca, Province. Witness my hand and official. < '. r ff"
["alabr"Italy.. I seal! at Stnrke, Florida. this January ,: \ o .b /,;. I
Jon, are required to appear on R, 1148OFFICIAL ""',I .... ,-" \
Irunrjr 2nd. 1948, In the above ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas f
jm-d Court and cause wheroln As Clerk of said' Court. 1'1' \ ,
nut? Bucks divorce. Bradford T. Frank Landrum, Stai-ke.' Fla. .. .. .., ..
Vnty Telegraph shall,publish this Atty. for Plf 1-9 4t 1-30 .iJ:';"
< ':,
IV! ('nICIOIT COIRT.COUNTY l.nAUFonn. ,'!-',:, '"
FLORIUtl t'l1ANVERY. < -. .
I .
Virginia Jacqueline I;rta..ll Petrle
Plaintiff, vs.. Alexander. tinlr Petrie, .
PRICES Jr., Defendant Case .Vo 6519! Robbins j, ,J The Star Store
_ANT NO'l'U'F.orn API'KAR ...t ,. ,. ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alexander '
REDUCEDFROM } Oalr Petrie, Jr? whose residence \. ; I

: 1 % :Mr., Tokeneke and A. address 1'etrle, Darien*Contentment last ,known Connecti Island Is-: ,'k '.'- H. C.. Wall Agency "," !" ,>. ,,..r.... Farm, Home & Auto Supply

\ '' \:; '''''; ',
cut.You ;,
are required to appear on or 'j1.).'\; ...
et030 before February 7th, 1MH! In the ,t' li,1fftt

::15 above wherein named plaintiff Court seek and divorce cause and. .,; ,..I ''li.:,;,, : Doyle The Cleaner ;'.:":,i1:::?:; "' C. H. Driggers Furniture Co.
of Iiradford County > '
change name. < .
% /.', _., c,, "
Telegraph; h I this Order :'" I.. ,'d'-' '
In next four weedy Issue" 'j'1'.' '" ",,
Witness my hand and official .'" "
seal. at Stnrke, Florida, this 7th of '
( :
1 January, 1948 Koch Drug Sfe } Harley F. Strong Jeweler '
(OFFICIAL SEAL; ) A. J. Thomas '
ON ALL J I ;<<
As Clerk of sold Court.John ;
.T. Henderson' HH''|., tat Augustine I ,')" .. "

Radios k Atty., Fla.for Plf. 1-9 4t 1-30 -, 'I
E. T. Shull Florida Bank at Starke
Electric Irons i ;VI'V. FI.ORIUtl IV "'IIA "
('EItY Plumbing & Heating Member ".)).I.C.
Martha McLeo'd\. Cowln, Flalntlff vs.Everett ,'"
Electric Sylvester Cowln, Defen "\ j
Heaters .
1 1I dant. Cass No. 62.14.OKDMK ,,1 ',::1',. \ ,
i ii STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR: Everett Hart Furniture Co. Carpenter's Drug Store ',:.

.. Sylvester Cowln. whose last known ". '
I residence Is 3838 Woo Indianapolis, Indiana ;Js;
You are required to appear onnamsdryCourt i .
CHARLES C. and(8,ouusethwhereinplaintiff Electric Service & Supply Denmark Furniture Co.
i seeks divorce and, custody ,
SHEPHERDGays of child.shall Bradford publish this County Order Telegraph In- ','"

four weekly lesues.Witness
next :
my hand and official seal Winkler Electric Service
N. D. Wainwright Jr. .
At ; Service Station J at Starke.. 1948.Oa'FICIAL. Florida, thle 6tb ot January '

( SE.\L. A.slid ,
Clerk ot Court..rohn :
1 .T Henderson All E.q.. St. Augustine J. P. Roberts Motors

___ --,5 AtU'. Fla.for Pit. 1. 4t 1.3. ,.. Guidon GrillVan v


"1ie ly Not Enjoy The Best?" t' t. : ,111"l ", Starke Seat Cover Co. .

H. Priest'Co. '
l ".';" 'I ; 1 '} :! .f ': ;:; Starke Builders' Supply -

', '.:.,; .. Florida & Ritz Theatres Carl Johns .
t .
$WtRtOt :I. : j;; .
tonilD OAS SONKM y ;1" ,. ; tI! "
I,. w '.w. ...

Cooking Heathig Refrigeration '., -: ....- Gem Jewelra :" '" :' Cracker Grill Buck Jones : :


E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating Starke Shoe Repair ", Rosier Bros. Gas Co.
<: i ." .
I 1 I, .0 ...', : .",' :

Central Florida Cas & Applieanee Co. ; Jo-Jo's Bar Hill's Coffee Shop ; .

Phone 3752 Trenton FJa.


'... .. .
r... 'rey; yn ., .. -->I,' ... rIt =r- .

&. TM Defendant. Can No. 8213. I:* CIRCUIT COURT
-- Johns' camella bush! It la really ('OI'\ITY.! IV CIIANCHHY ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND VERY. FLORID" II!
patch. We all miss them around l NOTICE TO APPEAR c-.
with ell those big Mildred Jones.
beautiful BrookerBy Abelew, Plaintiff vs.Hamuel PlaIntiff
here. Henrietta STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edward Jones, y ..
CaseNo. Defendant,
blossoms almost cov Abeletf Defendant ':sea
RiverAND and double-pink whose residence and address No.
New Chester and Edwina Moody 0282. Morgan
of Anniston Ala., spent erlng It. Mr*. Paul Stewart ORDER OF PtrBLICATION. last known Is % O.neralD.llv.ry AND NOTICEITO APpg!
children and Mrs. M S. Hayes of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR South Caro STATE '
Mr. OF
LONG BRIDGE several of the holidays with their their Lt, STATE Of FLOKIPA Samuel Georgetown ,Jones, whose residue,* 'to'u
and son ,
Gainesville last known rewldence lina. I.
Jennie Lee l..aunby parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H of Texas were( BIRTHDAY CELEBRATEDMany AbeleH.and addreva trt 86!) Fast 17thStreet You are required to appear on You are req9u4i9red to 0lnamed t"k.
Ily Godfrey Hayes, February 2. :
In the |
Bridge and Mr. New York. January 26th, 1948, lb. t
of Long Frooklyn
Moody Lake Butler recent guests of Mrs. Hayes' sister friends and relative: You, are required' to appear on named Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Court and rauae. vk
of seeks
and Mrs. Ryan Mrs. Mary Cason. gathered at the home of Mr. and< February 7th, 1948, In the above plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford County divorce, 8
REVIVAL AT LONO BRIDGE they like Alabamaall and cause, wherein County Telegraph shall publish this Telegraph ehlln
tell us Jan named Court pubU'k
e. They Emory Johns has been workingat Mrs. R. O. Allen on Sunday Reek* divorce Bradford Order In next four weekly Issues. Order In next four weektl,
Monday I
Revival services started right--except the cold. the State Farm for some time 4. to celebrate the Slat birthda; County plaintiff Tel.araphhall publish\ thin Witness my hand, and official Witness. my hand: Bnd, ,
'_ night at the Long Bridge Merritt Is III at this B. Sur Order: I In next four weekly Issued. seal at Rtarke Florida this 23rd seal at 8tar' Florida, iJ1cembpr .
Frank very A. hilt
Evangelist Junior and Ann Gibson are receiving of :Mrs. Allen's father Witness hand and official. neal of December, 1947. 26, 1917.
with my
Christian Church writing with a critical kidney ailment congratulations on their I rency. This has been an annual at Stark", .Florida this ., Al Troester of the Fuller Evan Jacksonville An Clerk of said. Court. As Clerk of said Court
In 1048.10FFICIAI.
Foundation bringing the He Is a Christmas Eve present-a big 8.1. occasion for about 20 years.A A. J. Thoman.. John J. Henderson, Kxq., St. Augustine By Lucille C. Conner D Co
gelistic hospital and has undergone a beautiful table was spread ( AsEClerk of ald Court.. Florida. Zach II. Dnuglaii. Gnlnc.
pound boy. ?!!, i
messages. Services will continue until serious operation. We all wish The Obey Moodys have their In the yard and everyone had a John .1. Henderson, Enq. St. Aug-ui- Atty. for Plf. 12-28 4t 1-18 Atty. for Plf. HIt:
each evening at 7:30: o'clock tine.. Fla'
him a speedy recovery. : house almost completed. nice time. Alty for Plr. l4t! 1-30
Fl'b.1. The A. P. Moores are back aftera Frank Merritt was looking for Those helping Mr. Surrency en CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE

." Carl and Alvlc Thomas and recent visit with their son tin to cover his house when ht Joy the occasion were: Mr. and< IV CIHCIIT COURT BRADFORD SASH DOQRS PAINT HARDWARE
Miami. CO! ftTY, F OJ11IA
iI'!. children have moved to Rising Cecil and his family In had to go to the hospital. It Is MM. M. J. Surrency Mrs. Alice t;KUV.Joneph .

i where they have a fine strawberry You all should Me Mrs. Lacy ready for the cover and fInishing Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allei Frank Man<'l'NO, Plaintiff Defendant. Most
Ruth Schlndtl Mancuao, -
b .. '1 Inside. and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. W' i'vii. Cane No. U40.'I ANN I IS Try T/;
- - Mr and Mrs. Harold Shiver are Knight and children. Mr. and 'I ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR: Everything

11I\ lie Safe He Sure Be Satisfied the proud parents of a big. fin Mrs. Howard Knight of Jacksonville i !STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruth For TlloN

N boy born two weeks ago In the Mr. and Mrs. A E. Sun ,Hchlndel Mancuuu, whose residence To
Interested In gas MI us before you buy. Remember Lake hospital. They have Louise Mi ,la unknown. BUILDING SUPPLIESINC. Bard
If you am City rency and daughter, I. You are required to appear on Build

:: the lvttnttten) we offer you I been In Jacksonville to be near and Mrs. Woodrow Surrency and 'February Court 9 and, 1048 cause In the wherein. above. plain named To Ge t

1. Sufficient storage rapacity to Insure you a steady supply Mm. Shiver's father Frank Mer children. Mr. and Mrs. P. M 'tiff seeks. divorce. Bradford County Repaln 1036-1048 W. Main St., South

Barefoot of Starke, Mrs. L. LMcNeaf :Telegraph 'shall publish ..this Items
4 of .
IRH.I' rltt.The Order: In next four. weekly |B II H.WltnenH Gainesville Florida
2. Gas at a moot reasonable price. R. J. Turners have returned and daughter Pearl and my hand and official Or ,
from a trip to Ft. Myers where Woodrow. Kalford Godwin, seal at Btarke, Florida, this January Remodel
3. Trained service mn to do your Job. son 8. 1948.10FFICIAL PHONE 217 218
I.' they visited relatives and friend. Mrs. Lena Knox and son Wy ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, P. O. Box 62
Everett Renfroe has returned to cliff Henry and Earnest Sur An. Clerk of said, Court.

SLADE GAS CO. Inc. New Orleans, La., where he will rency of Adel Ga., Mr. and Mrs, Dan Atty.Kelly for Plf.Fernandlna,1.Florida!} 4t 1.30

Two doom, from R. It. Track on Call St. I'hone 121 undergo another operation on his J. A. Surrency and son David of: I' VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANTMEET

face.Alene FLORIDA IN CH >; -
Renfroe of Ft. Myers I Is .
wife, granddaughter and husband CERY- Good Food Soda Fountain
I spending\ some time with the R. of Lake City Mr. and Mra I Bobble Wnrd Youngbloodj Plulntlff, .
efendant. Convenience
,., VH. Dan Rest Rooms For Your
J. Turners. Henry Waite of Gainesville Mr Case No. 6223.ORDER .
,,,' Mrs. Irene Boan who has been and Mrs. Russell Green and children OF FtTPUCATION

R. B. Alvarez & Son making her home with her son Mr. and Mrs. Radford Bran BTATH AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR. to: Pan

In-law and daughter, Mr. and nen and chiMren, Mr. and Mra Younifblood whose. r..hlence. In 721

Mrs. James Lavender Is visiting DeWitt Padgett and daughter E mont Street, Brunswick! Georgia.You .
are required to appear on Now! Newl!
her eon Oney Jackson, In Charleston Susan of Brooker. February 2, 1948, In the above
i Transfer & Storage Co. S. C. named Court and cause, wherein' *. .

Carl and Alvle Thomas anti WMU! !MKETH: County plaintiff Telegraph seeks dlvnrciBradford shall, publish this 7 IUU HOME PERMANENT

Order In next four weekly Issuea.
children have moved to Rising
Phone 9105 The Brooker Baptist W.M.U Witness my haul and officials
Moving and.Stpragj ,. where they have a fine strawberry met Wednesday afternoon Jan al nt I'1t..ke. Florida, this December Deluxe Kit with Professional.
31. 1947.OFFICIAL .
"; patch.Vf all miss them 7, at the church with 12 members ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,
:' We Operate Local and Long: Dis- I. around here.Chester present.The An Clerk of said CourtRv

c it tance Anywhere In The State of I and Edwina Moody program was directed by; Dan. Lucille Kelly C Fermndlmx Conner IX, Florida C.

and children of Anniston, Ala. Mrs. Beulah Harrell and the Atty. for Plf. 1-3! 4t 1-23 PLA5T1GGURlfRfi(

Florida. spent several of the holidayswith Scripture reading was read by -
Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harrell. A talk by Rev. C. COUNTY, FLOnlUAt' IN C1IAN-
M. H. Moody of Long/ Bridge, A. Crosby was enjoyed. C.KRT.Stephen .
,, and Mr. and Mrs. Ryan of Lake Korolohuk, Plaintiff, vn.
Ann Korolchuk Defendant. Case
Butler. They tell us they like SHAKQN ANN IIAKKELL ;No..; 8201.!
- --
'. =. Alabama all right--except the Mr and Mrs M. D. Harrell announce ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I"q" the arjlval of a daughter, STATE Of FLORIDA to: Mrs.
:: MODERATIONin cold.Mrs.. R. II. Long and son Sharon Ann,J Tuesday Jan (6, Ann Uorolchuk, whose residencenna .
address. InUrlveth.. 41 East for easier wind.
made round
Home Permanent They're
the expense but the utmost in sincerity FraRler, of Jacksonville were in the Alachua County hospital. Street, Hartford Conn. curl.They'rerObed
and is visiting her brother and sister Mrs. Harrell was/ the former Mi\ s You are required to appear on hlere'awhyThenewTONIProingsmoother:
courtesy, thoughtfulness January 28. 1948, In the above named fessional Plastic Curlers are big so your hair won't slip. They're
accorded the affairs of ned in our Service. In-law, Troy and Leona Dukes, Hazel Eddie o 'Waldo. Court and cause wherein plain I IRtfiU
t during the holidays tiff weeks dIvorce. Bradford (50% more curling surface). rt-uadble: to save you money

; The home o{ 2. C. MelvIn burn County Telegraph shall. publish thisOrder .
Mr. Obey Moody was III Il 1 100
very In next four weekly Issues.. New DeLuxe Kit Kit. without cttrltrt.
with flu during much: of the hoi ed Tuesday out noon. The Witness. my hand and official $2 $
4.DEWITTC. Idaya. house was set on fire by an old seal. at Htnrke, Florida, this December with plastic curlers Regular Kit.ftbtratrters. 1MAllpnctt
: 23. 1947.OFFICIAL .
pint Lax
Frank Merritt Is very at this cook stove wbi h exploded. ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasA
G. A. Mill 1* Tampa was visit Clerk of said' Court.T .
JONES writing with a kidney
Frank Landrurn, Ptnrke, Fla.
iilmont. He is in a Jacksonville ing Mr. and )Jr8. E. T. Stewar Atty. for Plf. 12-Ifl 4t 1-18

STARKE3 PHONE 7 loipltil and has undergone a i Tuesday nightj KOCH DRUG STORESTARKE

AMBULANCE SERVICES serious operation. We all wish Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Lewis and IV: CIRCUIT coirriT.cni'VTY .n"OFORD
Fi.omuti iv CHAV.Alene -
Funeral Director him a speedy recovery. daughter of TaJLahassea spent the n'R V.

Mrs. Rachel Hodge and children weekend with Sfia.. Annie Lewis. MorRi\n, Plaintiff, vs. Edward FLA.I' _

Our local funeral home enables us to of Ft. White were visiting Yvonne Ha ell has returned -

offer conveniences and services not the children's grandparents, Mr home after visiting her aunt, Mrs

otherwise available. and,. Mrs. Obey Moody during' Geneva Ware of St. Petersburg.Miss .

the holidays. Madeline Green of Jackson .

ville spent the weekend visit
y; We furnish the hlghesl type service at the lowest prices ark ICK JlOX FRUIT CAKE ng her parent \ Mr. and Mrs

If accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY com (Egoless, Butteries,- Cookless) Dave Green t

: ploy u payment In part or In full on. a funeral. Consultation By Mm. E. C. Priest Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Conley of I

carries no obligation. 1 lb. Graham crackers cola and Mr. and Mrs. Warner
1 lb. marshmallows or two 8-oz. '
of Sunday
-- Mott Hague spent
visiting Mr and Mrs. L. W

Sowell.We are sorry to report that k11 .1l e 4i

., :T1I On a heavy-duty job, her Mrs.a J.speedy W. Thomas recovery.is 111. We wish

Rev. W. M, iLawhon wishes to ;
thank his friends for their zI
: : give me new Advance-Design help In protecting many his home from

j Ire Tuesday! afternoon when the \ .

home of C. C. ',Melvln burned.


CHEVROLET ais marshmallow cream

1 small can cream

Fruit and nuts.

and here's aocrd"/ of reasons why./ til Mash all lumps crackers' disappear In deep bowl Add un i. I l r 1.Jv

marsh mallows and canned cream
(which have been melted togethern .

double boiler) to cracker

'dust", and as you mix, add fruit

an.1 nuts ( regular fruitcake mix). t.r 7/

Mix quickly, as the colder it gets Awn

the harder it is to manage. '

Butter a bowl and pack mix-

1. ure as compactly as possible Into .

'1\1 Os/y/ Advance-Design It. Butter a plate and put ,
f' ver this and press as you would !
Tracks Hare All "''ISI
log head cheese. I
1 New and liner hatur.s: Place in ice box and keep. The

longer It stands the firmer itecomes. "

1, Cab that "breathes" It seems to settle more.
This Is a lovely cake and only j,0y1.tIOW1
; Floxl-Mounted cab _
-..--- takes a few minutes to make.
'. Unlweld, dl/ -steel construction 'Oh
.W flUtlll' tOlUT. 1III4UKOIUIrol .
"" \TY, FI.OMlllAl IX ('IIA. started
Larger, more durable, ('.:nv. since l "
Vilford RAY Strulton' Plaintiff vs 400 miles babY
fully adjustable seat niipphlna Sirutton' J> t e n d ant. again' : u.;. 10-ton \

22% greater visibility -ISH No. 213.OUDEIl OF. PtTBMCATIOM. Horne No fun kcePBtlii -"","
old m
New rear-corner windows AND Novicu TO API'KAIlSTATR : mornin" Bets the g- r
;. : "
1 '
Yn VI .TI : 0. FLpltlDA: to: ..lone.hln ", N'"
strutton whona r""I""n l the rod .Hike '
a unknown. in good work, reward
Stronger, new frames My
to on but .
You are required appear work Beers e :
Full-floating hypold antmrjr tern, 1D41, In the above Tough for JAX ;
\ nl\m.,1 Court and cause. wherein turn donetlIG
.' rear axles Tn.r*'. nethlnj' like the ub that ,Inlntlff seeks ,II vorl" BradfordSnmty slake a rigb good job
_111M" for comforU fresh air I la (" Telegraph l shall publish this fora
Specially designed hy- ,. .. drawn: In from th outalrf* haated Inonld In next four weekly iKPue to 111YseU
BrottMT how 1 IIMM.tro_ new( tarxt-uol WhMUbuM : wvathar-and uaad air forood out. or..r
draullo truck brakes lie 10""".,, too, for bens load dlMrltiutwn.' And the The can la runhiorwd' on rubbnr-FlaxfMounwd Witness my hand and official .
brakM .r. .fuclutlv. ly OMtOfWi few _t.. br.k.Unlnflconucti -with 12 Inchei mor foot room sal at this 23rdf COM'INY
V a I ve-I n-H ea d Th rift- I and .,gar 'Inchfla moro ...tng, .pac. : -oember.'ki.rlnrld4., .._\ '
Muter or Load-Master rn.r..22s' ynM.r viaibility., too thay OFFICIAL(. HKAI.l A..J_ Thomas, 6Ii)
Clerk of MM Court t.
tall ma. Tha aaal i< lull'lIldJ..bl. Man, A t
'I. engines this gil ohn J. Ienderon, Knq., Mt, Auuiitlne. .al. '"e SO ..-.
Florida.Itty. .
More efficient loading --_ Look. -nnr-eom.r for Plf. 11-2 4t 1-11

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"In Crwvrolaf vu.InYNW' ir.k w STATE OF FLORIDA: Almaammerall
mining Interchange: of e. There' on* rnacM whose resilienceunknown. ,
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