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 23, 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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In TIle Shade

With Colonel Bradford BRADFORD


B.g nfficial" can be released aa yet, but from all that them

1'1 can hear via the grapevine (and that la plenty) theant

at,Slandlng is a sure thing, with the company's goal

M production by the first of January 1949-or sooneroblema Official County Publication Established In 1877

of scarcity of construction materials, etc can be VOLUME SEVENTY
Information la I --
said before, my strictly unofficial

Indication! (and there are many) la that it's In the bag NLEA (Group; Service Center Is Ultra Modern Station

street can go on its-way, rejoicing. Freezes Set

Hi Is week's crop of candidates Is any indication Bradford Begins Sessions -- e w ,,, i.v f r -r- --- .--- --w' ,:'_'

Ii tics will soon be. seething, and I'm afraid you readers [ I Berries Back

K f'lng I very little of the. Old Colonel and my co-columnist, _

until after May. I expect the politicians will literally "take Here TodayMembers To March ]15

Telegraph for the next two or three months,. and with the ,

shortage still with us, something has to be "cut". Much -- _, t _
of the Executive Committee 'k
te to, Carolyn and 1 will graciously step aside when neces- of the National Laymen's 'f1 Freezing temperatures, which

order to let the political boys have their say. After all Evangelistic Ass'n., Inc., will arrive reached a low of 20 degrees Wed-

I only come up to bat every two years and It's only fair that here from 12 states this aft- I' .," : i.t" nesday morning of last week, set

Billowed to speak their pieces to the'voters through the col- ernoon for a two-day session at y the possible starting date for

the Telegraph. Of course, we columnists will try to get a which matters of vital Importanceto rII" Bradford

I edgewise as often as we can, so please try to bear with usfcis the organization and this sec- County's strawberry

period, and we'll be back on schedule Just as soon as tion More of Florida than 50 will members be discussed.of the . I !& ft.snnnon to an back estimate to March this, 15,week AccordIng by-

B. Alvarez
committee and prominent officersand ; t manager of the
/ .. ., State Farmers Market.
members of the ;
amazing how some seemingly great problems can have such organizationare \ \'':; : ..,, l JT Under "ideal"
expected here for the week- ;;;: 1' 7 7 ; weather conditions
lutions, Isn't It? Just a few weeks ago our city officialszled end's events, which will center :' 't : ... ', : barring additional freezes...

over the parking problem to such an extent that they around the Gospel Tabernacle, --<- ..._. --._-- .-...._----- -. .- .......... ""-,., .,.., .,' .--........-.:.':"' :f...., X':,.. -='..W.Ii'. \' which la not at all likely to be
En entertaining the Idea of another whirl at parking meters.y sponsored by J. T. Quigley, Starke the case-some berry plants might

decided to take the problem directly to the people, asking businessman and member of the Pictured above is the new Sin limits of Starke. Mr. Tucker explained that the' go Into production in six weeks

Its and their employes to cooperate by parking their cars on NLEA committee clair service station and truck( The Service\ Center will feature statl>n's seven employes will cull Alvarea stated, but It will probably

lets the In front of stores for the At stop, the Service Center, which for and deliver which be mid-March before heavy
leaving spaces open an Informal gathering in the a 24-hour "call for and deliver" cars, they shipments
IIc. In their usual accommodating manner, the merchant Tabernacle tonight at 7:30: o'clock, was recently opened to the publicby lubrication service and contains lubricate, on a 21-hour bails The begin.

IT employes DID cooperate and lo and behold, the "problem"I plans for the Saturday and, Sun- Its owners H. E. Tucker and station has facilities for completeauto The berry deal picture this year
W. Robert Ward.Representing modern restrooms I for both la In
led almost overnight. But now that we've started this good I day events will be completed, and service, and repair work. It sharp contrast with last sea-
an Investment of and colored, as well as shaving also services diesel and son when in mid-January
Dr. A. C. Felgert engine 14,726
It's not slip back Into the old ways and bring on the threat president of the
Ing Ohio association, will be heard. $20,000( the new station has an and shower accommodations for makes minor diesel repairs. crates had been shipped, bringing
Walk to work Mr. Businessman, or park
meters again. truck drivers. The growers $13&
Era Saturday will be devoted to 80-foot frontage and liySO feet owners expect The Service Center carries a .877.13. This early
besides on Call Street. sessions of the Executive Com It is located to complete a small dormitory full lint of Goodyeur products including start last year was occasioned
mittee and the various sub-com on State Road I. for truck drivers within the next batteries and both truck by an exceptionally warm and

I R. Connells tell the 1 Colonel that they are well pleased mittees. A Fellowship and Testi- 200 (U. S 301)) at the south city 60 days. and passenger car tires. sunny fall. Only a handful of

Isinesa at their attractive'Whlapering Pines Lodge on U. S. monial Dinner will be held Saturday --- - u. berries have been "scrapped" so

lee miles south of Starke. Since their opening several weeks night at 6:00 o'clock in the far this season because of un-

Cy've had a very flattering tourist trade, with their spot-, Avery Inn, followed by an Inspirational Politics Begin To SimmerMany conditions usually unfavorable fall weather
Ik-an cabins being tilled almost every night. Incidentally, program in the Tabernacle I .

their recent guest 'were :Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lynch of 800 Dr. Herbert Lockyer and Announcements Made This Week Manager! Alvarez sounded an
other optimistic note, however
outstanding speakers will by stat
St., Independence, Mo., which Is right next door to the
highlight this ing that production, when it
I program. ,... finally
who?-President and Mrs. Truman, of course! Mrs. r 'v J
guess .. gets
Sunday morning it has been ar- under way, might rnm.
f has already started a scrap book with the complimentary ranged for various members of Senator Johns TellsAccomplishments P. D. Reddish Clayton Crawford pare favorably with last ye'; ';,
I'hat guests have written to Whispering Pines after a stop because It has
the committee always been
I to fill the pulpitsof considered -
ind the Old Colonel can well Imagine that they'll get tho s- : numerous churches throughout Will Make Race Is Candidate better for the berry plants

fore what with the clean, attractive rooms they offer; and thet the county.. In Announcing For County Sheriff For Sheriff's Officer to bo "h.ld back" by cold until

cuisine prepared by Mrs. Connell, herself. Her shrimpn I Sunday, afternoon at 3 o'clock II'' iI''i a late February or March, rather
Friday nights is an Item the,Old Colonel would willingly is the time set for the huge Mass rotC p. D. Reddish, Hellbronn Springs than havo! them start producing

for Yes, spots like Whispering Pines are. a definite I Meeting and Rally in the Taber- farmer and Incumbent member of In January /and then be knockedout

In mile...tlrke.! I nacle. An outstanding musical tho Board of County Commissioners by freezes
t rNbite and evangelistic program will be announced this week that he Mr. Alvarez stated that the wet

enjoyed at this hour. will be a candidate for Sheriff fall and last week's freezes have

Letter The closing service will be held of Bradford County In the May been disastrous for the winter

Sheriff Andreu Kelly Shooting, Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock in r primaries r cabbage In this county, Enough
the Tabernacle r Mr, Reddish Is a native of the plants were set for 250: acres of

Bradford Voters Held Justifiable The Laymen's organization was i 3,3+>i. Hellbronn section and has lived cabbage, he stated, but many

formed in December 1917 in.Atlanta his entire life in Bradford County, grower lost all. their stand, and

Is and Friends of.,? during one of the late Billy 4 He Is now entering upon his tenthyc.ar plants that survived the wet have

Ird County;; j,4.d.: -,.,. Sunday's evan elistic .rat : as a member of the Board not ':'tnwle" proporly. Practically
..0.- .... ..,. ,rgpar'arjury' neetlag..-n _ampalgn.e. ; t' .
I to that* Jan. 6, returned jUT"* verdict /of' Th expressed purpose in organizing of County Comminitloners: and hasalso none haa1becrr harvested so far
announce you "Justifiable )fomlclde" In Jthe 'was. "to lead business men served slx'years aa a member Plant City, where the berry

retire from the office of Christmas .Eve slaying of Enoch to a'' saving knowledge of Jesus of the Board of School Trustees I season was"getting Into full

which you so graciously Kelly, 42, on Temple Avenue.: Kelly -I Christ, and to enlist them In a District 1. '? stride, reports 50 to 73: percent

|cd to me In 1936, at the was killed Instantly when Po- Christian activity." Mr. Reddish stated that he a P loss tu green, berries and HOper( -

kon of this my third term ceman'"Bert Johns sent four .38 I Through the years the organIzation M would make a formal announce cent of bloom. It will be six

ice calibre' bullets into his body after has spread from AtlantaI ment at a later date weeks before plants there go back

Kelly had Inflicted a deep gashon other!.Cities: where the units Into production.J. .
sure you that this decision: I were first known as "Billy Sunday -
the side of the policeman'sneck. R. A. Weeks Offers
ailed( for the most earnest' Clubs": The first convention R. Kelly CandidateFor
|i ration: and prayer. But wa.s_ held in Atlanta in October As CandidateFor ,
now made the itBl Officers stated that Kelly and Tax Collector
II 1922 and since 1940 the Laymen Johns ,
Claude Denmark were fighting Senator Tax Collector
I and I desire to expressIncerest following an argument over money have met annually at Lake Lou- i 1'. C. Crawford Issues StatementThe
appreciation to all' ise, Toccoa, Ga., where Robert tr. State Senator Charley E, John s
lave encouraged me and co-'I which Kelly said Denmark owed LeTourneau, one of the nation1! has Issued the following state To the Voters and Taxpayers following statement was
hIm. When Patrolman Johns attempted -
pd with me in the rigid en- biggest Industrialists and a most ment for publication: of Bradford County: Issued this week by J. R. Kelly:

eat of the laws while I have to separate them, Kelly ardent member of NLEA, erecteda "I hereby announce my can- I hereby announce as a candidate "In announcing my ca dldacy.
attacked him with a knife. In the
you as Sheriff. huge conference center. didacy for State Senator from for sheriff of Bradford Coun- for the office of County Tax Col-
I shooting that followed, Denmark ;
en I first aspired to this' suffered from Among the prominent leaders the 15th Senatorial District to ST ,' 'It'Yl ty, Florida, In the approaching lector, I wish to state that I was
leg injury
a a stray
[and sacred trust I promised i bullet, and Johns, in addition to,from other states who will attend succeed myself, and the followingIs Democratic primaries, May 1948. born In Bradford County, August
Iif I ever became unable to the meeting here are: VernonW. a brief account of my accomplishments ( I feel that I am qualified for 21 I, 1914, the son of Allen Kelly
the knife cut, received a flesh
rally administer the duties wound in the arm from one of Patterson of Charlotte.'N. C., during my service in the duties of thin high and responsible and Ileulah Crosby Kelly, on the

P. office that I would tenderk his shots. National President of the organIzation the Legislature: w d office and pledge myself little homestead about six miles
to you. own and chairman of the Executive "Senator Johns has ten years' to you If elected to dlochargo my went of Starke.
Johns Is recovering from his duties aa sheriff without fear and
t time has now come and I Committee; Roland R. Legislative experience in Tallahassee "My father died when I was
injuries and expects to resume without favor. I will devoto
yiflf physically unable to Stoker, Executive Secretary, also which experience I Is Invaluable my four' years, of age and the rearing
hkt police duties the first of next I full time to this office and be
sally administer the said of Charlotte; and Dr. J, P. Mc-, to the citizens of his dis of the three children. I being the
month. Denmark was discharged at all times ready to work with
of the office because of 111 Callie, president of McCallie, trict. He had the honor of being eldest<.1 fell heavily upon my
from the Shadycrest hospital last the people of this County for tho
h and so it Is nothing but School, Chattanooga, Tenn. Among elected President Pro-Tern last mother. We continued to live on
Thursday.. best Interest of citizen In
and right that I keep a pro- the prominent Florida men session of the Legislature with- 9 every the homestead however and farmed -
r:1"f this County. I shall at all times
made to you In all sincerity attending the sessions will be: out opposition which Is the first 1 y, during the summer and we
andor Birthday Ball Don Crawford, Sarasota, State time in the history of the Senate welcome the help and cooperation children went to school In the
of all the people In the County
hall President; Walter Maloon of the that that office has not been hot winter."I .
take no In the Set For Jan. 30
part se- Plnecastle Boat Co., and .:Jesse and shall be ready and willing to
i of a man to succeed ly contested. graduated from Bradford
me both of perform my full duties.I
do hope and pray that you Plans for Bradford County's an- Carlisle Citrus grower "It will be remembered that I County High School, June 23,
and Kenneth Keyes, have operated my farm In thin
fl>rt as your Sheriff a man nual Birthday Ball were shapingup :TltusvlIIe; his brother, Markley Johns, would county practically all my life and 1933, and wan soon thereafter employed -
will keep the affairs of the this week with the date set Miami realtor. have served as President of the In the office of Clerk of
1 in addition to this have had several -
upon the same high level for Friday night, Jan. 30, and the State Senate during the 1933 session II. A. WeeksR. years unusually good business the Circuit Court. I continued in

11 1 have endeavored to keep place, the USO building. Wynn AnnouncesFor of the Legislature 'f:' he had that capacity until the summer
A. Weeks of Starke announced training and experience with the!
for the will at 9 o'clock lived. This is of Charley's of 1910 when I accepted
past twelve Dancing begin one employ-
ReelectionJ. yesterday that he will be a Ford Motor Company In DuvalCounty.
Respectfully yours, with music by Morris Coody and ambitions-to serve his people lLJt candidate for the office of Tax ment with the Bradford County
his orchestra from Gainesville. Ad- Commissioner President of the Senate as that !Abstract Company. This 15: 1-2
L. Wynn
A. O. Collector of Bradford County in
As father I
Andreu Sheriff. a am deeply interentad '
mission will be $2.50 per couple.A of District Three Is an- honor was denied his brother. No of years In the Clerk's office and In
the Democratic primaries May.
I in the welfare of all children ,
committee from the JuniorWoman's candidacy for election doubt every one knows that if the Bradford County Abstract office -
his his announcement,
't nouncing In making and shall cooperate for their
| Furniture of that the Gov- searching the County Records
Club is In charge ar this week. something happens Mr. Weeks called attention to the protection and
!error I ia unable to serve that the security have given me very val
s Philco
1 Liners I rangemen Mr. Wynn, 1 President of the Senate will be fact that he had 14 years of experience :I will appoint good men onlyas uable experience which qualifiesme
as chief, deputy clerk deputies and will hold the
[ H S. Burdette, manager Parsonage PlannedBy lifelong reslden Governor. I under his father, the late Col. W. of this office down to the for the office of Tax Collector,
tie of the Districthas I Johns has served on and In being of general assistance
Hart "Senator
Furniture Company, T. Weeks, and that he Is well minimum and save the taxpayersof
MembersOf li to the of the .
served taxpayers
in the County."I
unl'cd Monday that every Important committee versed In matter; of taxation.Mr. the county every bit powlble.
the they nOW Christian Church' this capacity fo Senate Including Finance, Taxation Weeks was born and rearedin I will not have any excess expenses am not boasting In saying
entire 1948 Philco line, the past seve I Appropriation, Public Roads,, Starke and has been a lifelong connected with this office. that I am experienced in the affairs -

ding all heavy appliances After considerable discussion years and say: and Highways, Agriculture and I resident of Bradford County. I. with my deputies will perform of the County, but furtherI

a* refrigerators, stoves at the Christian men's brotherhood that much ha I.Livestock, Miscellaneous J.rglsla.-I the duties of this office without want to say that I like the

"\ ironers and ali a comline supper held New Year's been accomplished I ture Pensions and To RunO. cost to the taxpayers.Your work and I want to be of further

of radios and radio night, it was decided that the in the way u State Institutions. As a member Phillips vote and support will be service to the people. County

Mnations.orders They are now tak Starke Church would build a parsonage of road improvement of the Appropriation Committee,I J. Phillips of Lawtey stated greatly appreciated. work Is about all I know and I
and bridg< Charley has always been successful will be feel like I am qualified
Thursday that he a can- T. C. (Clayton) Crawford..
dies and combinations( al- On Sunday morning, Jan. 11. and culvert con l I Istructfon. in securing more money for didate for County Commissioner, "If the good people of the

Y were on display In the store members and friends. were given This the State Prison Farm which enables District One, and will make his Young Steve Libby County will honor me with the
7 this week, and all other ap- the opportunity to make pledges, work will be the employees to. be paid formal announcement next week. office of County Tax Collector I

aces',. were expected to arrive and an amount totaling $1,100 pushed as fast as funds permit. better salaries. Diphtheria VictimSteve Mill ever be grateful and will

n a day or two. .was received In pledges and cash Mr. Wynn also states that he Is "Charley has a road building Alcoholic AnonymousTo Justify the confidence reposed in

I's. Burdette stated that the that day. Since then, other pledges doing everything possible to secure program underway In his district Libby two-year-old son mn by; giving it the most painstaking -

"ral public Is welcome have been made and cash gifts some hardaurfaclng on county which Is second to none In the Organize HereAn of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Libby of and efficient care and ser

& In It any time to have been received, Increasing the roads In his District and believe state and he pledges himself to Stark. died Tuesday morning in vice."
sew Pbilco line. Inspect total considerably.It that he has excellent prospect continue his efforts for more and organization meeting of a I the Shadycrest Hospital, a victimof

that work on the .* for such a project within better roads in Union and Brad. local unit of Alcoholics Anonymous diphtheria. He was born July JOHN: ALLAN CHEWS
Is thought
Ir DS"I'': G.u.o.WAYt. will begin In the near Jie very near future. ford Counties, and to continue his will be held In the Legion II, 1945. Mr. and Mrs. John Foch Crews .,

I and< Mrs. Merton parsonagle Completion will enable a fight for the old people, the blind Hell next Wednesday night at Funeral cervices were held: announce the birth of a son John I

' AlilgusUne future. to be in the field' here at BTU GraduationThere and dependent children of this 8:30: o'clock. Several speakers Thursday afternoon In Crosby Allan, en January 9, In Shady- ,
Pof/ a daughter announce the pastor state. He has been successful In, rrom the Jacksonville! organizationwill Lake Cemetery with Rev Leroy crest Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. '

day January 9,, !In Linda: Sue. all times. thanks is given to each will be a BTU graduation securing two raises. In pension be present and all persons Wandln: and Rev. Herman Moodyof Crew reside. at Ralford. Mrs.
the Sincere
,. a O.Pltal. Mrs. Flag who has had cr exercise at Corinth Baptist Churchon for the Confederate Veterans and with an "alcoholic problem" are the Primitive Baptist Church Crews Is the former Miss Georgette .

former Margie Galloway Is and everyone have a part In this Jan. 27 at 7:30: p. m. The their widows. Invited to attend. officiating. Arrangement were Deligne, of Cambral. France.tin' .
Patel of would like
1 public U Invited to attend. (Continued on page eight) In charge of DeWitt C. Jones.

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. . . Forest Reynolds of California . Mrs. J. M. Allen, Wednesday of visiting friends m
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Is spending his month's vacation last week. thin
Graham with his grandparents Mr. and Bethel Mr. and Mrs. Ira Allen and -y
Mrs. F. T. Judy, of Starke were
E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR W. Allen daughter
B77 fly Mrs. John McKinney fly Mrs. E. -,. .,,.
Published Every Friday and Entered as Second . of Lonnie Longwood Hines were and son.visiting Richard his, . . Sunday. D. Woodard.Mrs. guests. of Mr. and Mrs.D. I'--------i\:NOwfOMAKI": -- r

1811II Matter at the Post Office at Starfca, Fla. Otis McKinney returned last parenU-ln-law. :Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Susie Glisson and son Opal Allen was visitingMr. '.1 I CARAtII tORNI j jii
Vernon, and Mrs. Sadie Murrheewere
from Beach McKinney last weekend.We
Friday Daytona
and Mrs. W. E. Green and : Get as pedp..n
MEMBER 7948 where he visited his brother and are glad to have little Shir- weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Griffis in, ...ry cut el Jolt, I I' II
Mrs. Perry Boree in Jacksonville = Tim. Try it Iod.y )
ulster-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Leonard I
r' ley Jackson of Waldo in our Boatdrain! Saturday. I btmd.e.
i Pop"P
Subscription >92 Annually $1.10 For Six Month McKinney. D. D. Woodard and Albert GHa- :ld: .liciou
school now.Leonard Parrish in We are sorry to report the illness fsiPNawhaI ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill nines and son were visiting Bob :::1
and Albert, little = !.Lp like Jolly
McKinney Grover.
Sunday. Wyndell son corn
Orange Heights 1I
children of
Longwood and
Mr __. ,
',' A NEtfLECTED OPPORTUNITYThere's and Mrs. Ronald< Hines of Sanford Graham of Holly Hill were week Miss Bernice St. John of Jack- of Mr. and Mrs. George Grover. ;|;:;:! T cw f or Aok il_w.wfro ,
dinner end of Mr. and Mrs. John the guest of her We wish him a speedy recovery.I :;; .
were guests of Mr. and guests sonville was --.-....-. .-
4 a pretty good deal for some deserving farm Mrs. P. O. Starling Sunday. McKinney. brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Perry Kite of Starke was .
youth in Bradford County, but no one has taken advantage --
: \. of it since 1934.
"'.*. The matter was brought to mind this week when C. II.
I' McNulty,* chairman of ,the Agricultural Committee of the Thanks .
''I"I Florida Bankers Association, called attention to the fact A MILLION FOLKS
' that Florida Statutes provide that "The Board of County I ,
yh, \ Commissioners of each county in this state may offer and .

j', ." create one scholarship to the Agricultural Department at

'y the University of Florida." This scholarship is to be awarded for all the 's you said at our opening
; by competitive examination under the rules and regulations
prescribed by the Commissioners and entitles the
", holder to a full course of Instruction at the University.

':Si I "These scholarships, which include board and room for ,
I 11-r a four-year period," Mr. McNulty continued, "have a monetary
'II.; value of approximately $1800 to $2400. As long as one
,X boy is successful pursuing: a ci'.rae instruction from any N
given county, additional scholarships cannot be awarded." ijri!,! !!i, .i
,:. ,.. Only a few such scholarships have been awarded since ,I1l1.t, ::1,, ; :; ;,::
I:; t the law became effective, and the Bankers Association is 4 :
t Y4I, that will be ? ;:;.i : ,i ?i:i:,,?4? : !.s ? .;..
;;,, hoping one from each county of the ? :; ; i i:; a
I r p;; state for the fall term "of 1948 because it is a service and 0 ,, I$-4I1h
I wt, recognition to deserving farm boys, and will also be another : w% :i:4Ji::
,'+" factor in the general improvement of agriculture of the :

I I ;. state.The main reason that the Bradford Commissioners:! have ? i !! !: nti i I

not awarded a scholarship in recent years is that there has : ;!!:

i.. been so little interest among applicants. It is hoped that this :! GOSH: What stars-Daft! We
q wonderful opportunity will not be neglected any longer, ii ij1i'?'IJITNEYJUNG;':: i i i ii ii knew we had a lot of good '
J and that some ambitious farm youth will take ;!_ I
advantage of !;!:; ::: : : : h: : neighbors; but their. friendly
.: this scholarship beginning with the fall term at the Uni- ''' '';!!;,; ';';;;;
\, ''t1). It is believed that the ommissiorerj: readily r' !;;!" 'ii' fine: to behold. Words sort of

include the expense in their budget if they can find some HASi1' let us down in'expressing our

deserving young man who meets the qualifications. ?" i I full appreciation; but we hope
? you will understand just how

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:?iiiiiiii: .; r ? to your expectations all the

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Saturday. The Prevatta have 'r ,", Sl1co)(. and, B. J. Rapp at Starke. CARD OF THANKS:
awtey been living on a farm near Law- ; We deeply sympathize with all I I wish to express my thank

tey.Mr. these folk!, and hope to see them and appreciation to the many
L, if, Futch and Mrs. Carl Shuford of all well again. I
friends who were so kind during
Gainesville were visiting relatives
1 the here last Sunday. the recent illness and death of
Jr., had F
I Roberts break his collar. Pasco Mott and Mike Tilghman f : : ';Il PR.VCTICK PAPER, my husband Luther William Sow-

to of last week while of Gainesville were business visit 0\r, for "school, children. 75o a ell. May God bless you every
day football. He is con- ors here last week. ream.-Bradford County Tele one.
t his home here. Mrs. Jack Howe of Miami was graph. -- Mrs. L. W. Sowell.$50 .
visiting friends here last week.
T. Prevatt family mov- ,
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I Twenty pilots and their wives' and sight-seeing before returning I Lth.1' Silver Springs( outing are pictured .
WashingtonINSTANT I or friends, were guests of the to Starke late that evening.Mr. above and Include Mr. and
I Conway-Libby U-Fly-It Air Ser- Conway, co-owner of the Mrs. Austin Bell. Mr. and Mrs.
II vice when the entire group visit. flying service, reports that the Edward VanKleeck, Mr.
and Mrs
I During the next four weeks to
ed Silver we are going
Springs on Jan. 4. Five flying school has 22 students
enrolled Lacy Conway. :Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Coffees airplanes and three automobileswere and has reached a high of Kite $50 FREE CREDIT on a new BENDIX
Pollard Mrs. Luclle
: Dlitch. Mrs
used on the trip. 30 in the past. Bruce Holloway AUTOMATIC WASHER to the owner of the
The aircraft left Starke at 0:30: one of the students with 40 hours Mlclette. C. W Brown,
s II I Sunday morning. Jan. 4, ,and flying time, received his private Bruce Molloway, Clarence Jones. oldest make washing machine. This FREE
I Ii landed on the Silver Springs air- :pilot's' license on Jan. 17. Howard Martin, and Mrs. Ray- ALLOWANCE will be given IN ADDITIONto
i strip. The group enjoyed a picnic : Some of those participating ins mond Nuernberger.Starke the regular Trade-In Allowance. SEE US
39c TODAY! Any make or kind just so longas
She lived in Lawtey until a few s s s. sPine
was a recent dinner guest it works!
I months ago, when she went to of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis.
Miami to make her home. LevelBy 1
--------- -------- I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylorand
Rev. G. V. Lee, J. P. Wyrlck,
POPULAR BRANDS daughter Charlene of Lake
Mrs. II.
M. McRae
1 75 L. W. Page, and J. E. Wall, Jr.,
City, and J.
arettes PER CARTON I II were business visitors to Quincy . . were dinner W. Hall guests of Jacksonville of Mr. OLD WASHER

last week. While in the West We are glad to report the sick and Mrs. B M. McRae Sunday.

MayroMe Pure Pillsbury Florida city these gentlemen purchased people in this community are Mr. and Mrs. H H. Lewis, accompanied

.A-R D I Pancake FLOUR nection a with bus the to be work used of in con-the much improved. by ir. M. McRae. visit- ROUNDUP !
cd the bedside of Mr. and Mrs,,
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick of
Lawtey Baptist Church.
Ib. ctn. 1.32 17c pkg. A. S.' Stilcklnnd at their home on .,
visited Mr. and.f1'S.] .
Miss Lou Edwards of Jackson- Robert M
Klngsley Lake Monday. They also -
EXTRA SPECIAL ville spent the weekend with her Myrick Sunday afternoon. visited Mrs. I.. C. hitch, Walter
parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Will Ed-. Miss Lillie Mae Altman of Vanderbilt ... .
wards and Misses Barbara Conner ---- r
Great Northern Beans Miss Arthurine Blanchard of and Marian Crawford of REAL ESTATE AND EASY PAYMENT PLAN

Jacksonville was the guest of her Starke were dinner guests of Mt your property for sale HELP YOU BUY TI IE BENDIX
:a3c Ib. parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard Misses Gwendolyn and Shirley with me. I have sold rnnnypieces
McRae .
II I last weekend.! Sunday. of property and have OF.YOUR DREAMS.No
I While Mrs. Roxy Mae Clough of many prospective, buyers. A 1
on a visit with relatives
Green ,
Fresh Large Juicy
in the Southern,part of the state.1 birthdays. Loca and David square deal is guaranteed. A more washday drudgery for
CABBAGE12c 'I TANGERINES i Rev. C. B. North had the misfortune many useful gifts from received fair commission. Is all that I require. jomTh\ Bendix doe it all!

head i 15c doz. to turn his car over on a their friends. An a member of the Washes,uiple-rlo,and damp-
Realty Hoard
road. Rev. North and his you may be
.. slippery The walls of the the clothes when
----------- --- new city jail assured that I will representyou drjri even
brother, who
was a in
TATOES U. S. NO. 1 10 II ; 45c I,the car, escaped with passenger only bruises the are finished roof Chief and the Brown's next. Job room-is 1 to the beat' of my ability. you're not in the house! Ul LUXE MODEL

--.-------------- and the car was not damaged to N. WAINU'RIGHT, JK.
FrcHh MeatyBACKBONE Fla. any great extent occupancy.Ing house will soon bo ready for Realtor, -:- Phone 134 No other washer hat saved soMch BENDIXan

I PORK CHOPS Mrs. Mae Wells has returned to enesflrsnpsJssppspIle work...soap...hot water
her home here after po - ------------------ to maficWasher
49c lb. 49c lb. spending several m docb.. for 10 many mil-
days as the guest of her
Safe Ile Sure Be SatisfiedIf
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or son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Red Hot All Cuts FancyWestern Mrs. Jack Bales, in West Palm
i you are Interested In gas, nee us before you buy. Ut'ml.mllf"r" rooAr rot TRADRIN OFMtf'
the vantages we offer you:
Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
lb. Low Prices entertained with a party on Jan. 1. of Sufficient storage rapacity to Injure you a steady supply $259.50

S honoring their son David on gas.
On All Electric Appliances 2. Ga at a most reasonable price.
his 12th birthday anniversaryand
also Miss Loca Rafuse who 3. Trained service men to do your job.

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About 30 guests were present to 221 Temple Avenue
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FRIDAY, J.\'it.
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-- Watterson-Mahone Baptist

I SOCIETY and CLUBSFlower TomlinsonComeauxPictured Woman's Club At ChurchThe evening, the the hosteaC latter \

Hears DiscussionOf lp delightful dessert :
Baptist WMS held its co
Youth ProblemsThe following guests Who wn'
business meeting at
F and to
program share this
Show Birthday Party Starke Woman's Club held the church Tuesday, with 26 mem- with the hostess enjoyabk !

At Melrose Soon For Archie GreenMrs. Its monthly meeting Wednesday, bers and 6 visitors present.The Mrs. Richard Kldd, y'l'
January U, In the club house. Bible study, from Psalms Wainwright, Mrs w I
Ifi Tho 7th Annual Two-day Camel- Lloyd Green honored her Mrs. R. A. Green President 138, was given by Mrs. S. K. Mrs. Glen Wood, Mrs VI I i
o lla and Flower Show, sponsored( son, Archie Thursday afternoon pr.eaidedl over the business meet r Sparks, and the group was led in Mrs. Merrill Struth,'v -f
by the Melrose Woman's Club, January IS, with a party, the occasion ing during which time she expressed 1o prayer by Mrs H. L. Hough. Scanlan, Misses EVelYn I
w will be held Saturday and Sunday being his eighth birthday regret at the resignation Topic for the month is "Sixty llan Stump, and Miss 01 t s
Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, in the anniversary. of the club's caterer, Mrs. R. A. Years in Royal Service". A pos berg.
4 1 club house, located on Pine Arrangements of narcissi, yel- Weeks. ter was used showing the theme
Avenue, between Grove street low jasmine and greenery were j. Mr Green further announcedthat and the watchword for the year. WiseRhodenMiss
and the Starke highway. used In decorating: the Chamber of Commercehas / the
Those taking part on pro-
Doors will open at 3 o'clock The young guests spent the asked that a representativefrom q were Mrs. S. E. Sparks, Thelma RhodcnwJ
Saturday afternoon Jan. 31, and afternoon enjoying Indoor and the club be appointed to be e Mrs.gram L. Q. Powell, and Mrs. W. sister of W C Rhode,

close at 8 p. m. Tea and sand- outdoor games, and later were on the Tourist Club committee.Mrs. 1 L. Andrews. Miss Jeanette Priest! the bride of Clayton IV,
;\ wlches will be served both Saturday refresh- J. W. KlncalJ was appointedat Outlaw rendered a of W. C. Wise of Opp
and Sunday. On Sunday, served delicious party Wednesday's meeting to meet : and Leverne musical number entitled"I January 15 in Thomai:,l
Feb. 1, the hours will be from 10 ments of Ice cream and cake. The with the Chamber of Commerceas Am Satisfied With Jesus". Dr. Judge Hathaway pfrfor
a. m. to 8 p. m. birthday cake was Iced In white, representative of the club. '' marriage ceremony.
showed a motion picture -
".1 Locally grown fruits and vegetables trimmed with yellow and green Following the business meeting, to J. F.of Ray the Rachel Sims Missionin Ralph Wise brother J
will be displayed in at. decorations, with the Inscription members enjoyed group singingof Orleans. bridegroom accompany
. tractive booths In addition to the "Happy Birthday", written on top. several light selections, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonof New couple to the scene of tvl
, flowers. Colorful balloons and lollipops above Is the former at the piano by Mrs. Kln- Hampton announce the engagement Reports were given during the riage.
a M Several hundred people from were given aa favors to the chIl- Miss Emma Lou Comeaux, daughter cal*. of their youngest daughter business session and plans were For her wedding ens \
towns surrounding Melrose visited of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney E. Mrs T. H. Osborne Chairman Florence Harvene to Donald Wine made to buy new tables to use bride chose a light blue,

this exhibition last year, and cur dren.Mrs.. Green was assisted duringthe Comeaux of Opelousaa La., of the Department of Youth Conservation McMahone, son of Mrs. Evelyn in the church annex. ored suit with navy bin']
rent plans promise an even larger: afternoon by Mrs. p M.'Barefoot whose marriage to Frank L. Tom- then presented her pro- Fensler of Fort Myers. Closing prayer was offered by feorlea. Her corsage wai*
and more Interesting show this Mrs. Juanita Phillips, and linson, son of Mr." and Mrs.'0.' F. ,gram for the afternoon, which Miss Wattersoa Is a 1947 grad- Mrs. T. B. Harding. orchids.
year. Miss Judy Green. Tomlinson of Lake Butler, was began"with the rendition of two uate of Bradford High School and Following the ceremosl
About 25 guests were presentto solemnized on Wednesday Dec. vocal solos by Mrs. R. J. Davis. at present is employed In the Mrs. Jones HonoreeAt couple left for a short i
P.T.A. To MeetThe share this festive occasion with 10, at the home of Rev. D. Sen- She was accompanied by Mrs. County Agent's Office. Mr. Mc- moon trip to Opp, Ala.
Archie. nevllle of Lawtell, La. They are KIncaid and chose for her numbers Mahone Is a 1947 graduate. of Bridge PartyMrs. reside at the home of !ftfc J

PTA will meet Wednesday, temporarily residing at the home "Mighty Like a. Rose", and Fort Myers Senior High and Is in O. L. Haynes and Mrs. A. brother, W. C. Rhodes, 41|
January 28, at 3:15: In the USO of his father. Brahm's "Lullaby", training at the Maritime Service Eighth Street In Starke.
entertained last
building on Temple Avenue. Mrs.! Powell-Lappe Mrs.. Osborne then conductedan i N. Holiday
Base in St. Petersburg. The date Hallie Mrs. Wise is cashier (fa t|
JunIus Smith, President( urges all' exceptionally Interesting dis- will be announcedlater. urday night honoring while Mr
of the ova Pharmacy I
and Mrs. C. J. Powell announce Uglow Family wedding with her
members to be present. This is Mr. cussion on her program theme Jones, who, family.moved employed at H. A. Lawson,
"annual health meet. the engagement and approaching Monday to St. Augustine.
to be the 'At Home TomorrowOpen "Needs of Youth Conservation and market. He Is formerly
Ing" and Mrs R. A. Green, whois marriage/ of their the Club's Obligation". fleer for the school. A motion Bridge and bingo were enjoyedby Opp, Ala.Eastern. .
to be In charge of the pro daughter, Mary Frances, to Rob house will be held at the In speaking to members priorto was made that a committee rep- the guests during the evening
gram, will present personnel from ert II. Lappe, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow home on Lafayette group discussion Mrs. Osborne resenting the Woman's Club be with high prize in bridge being Star Notice!
the Health Clinic. Harry W Lnppe. Street, Saturday afternoon, Jan. stressed the fact that one of the appointed to go before the school won by Miss Evelyn Stump. She
The PTA executive board will The wedding will bo an eventof 24, from 2 until 6 o'clock, (in main obligations In youth conser- board was awarded a lovely vase. High Waldo Chapter No. 120
meet on the preceding Monday Wednesday, January 28, In the celebration of Mr." Uglow's 00th vation Is not only to see that The social hour followed, with bingo prize went to Miss Della of Eastern Star will hold I|
afternoon, January 2, in the USO. Episcopal Church Service Center. birthday anniversary.All children are given learning, but these hostesses serving delightful Rosenberg, who received a dainty. ular meeting and Initial
---- No Invitations are being mailed, friends of the Uglow familyare also! to make certain that they refreshments: Mrs. J. L. Anderson guest towel. Friday, January 23. All :
Simplicity Patterns in stockat but all friends of the famllle are cordially invited to call between are taught high standard of Mrs. E. U Matthews. :Mrs The hostesses presented Mrs. and visitors are urged to >
STUMP. Invited to attend.A these hours.J. values in order that they may W. B. Sewell, Mrs. D. E. Knight, Jones with a lovely gift token of -Maude Lappe, Worthy SALVAREZ'

reception will be held immediately chose between what Is right and Mrs. George Kopelousos Mrs. J. --- -
BABY CHICKS. following the ceremony D. Doyle was in Jacksonville what is wrong. D. Doyle, Mrs. W. H. Edwards
mwMl Tetr, Your Choir. 95 business. During discussion, members a- Mrs. L. F. Dlnkins, Mrs. W. J. Men's Clothing
Saturday on
B. Rocks, N.H. Rudit R.X. Iteda, 6 I INS
Bed Rock Cro ", W. Rock//Io greed that one great need in this Epperson, Jr., and Mrs W. H. STORE Established' 1894
Kwwy OUnU. WyandotUa or FrtlOOOrpington county is for an attendance of- Nollman. .
I pony meal HhlppodnfuTtHft -
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Yea, folks It certainly Is but hear that any future ones PWTLCORADIOPHONOGRAPH:
PURE OIL aggravating to get crowded out of after that date, will have certain Announce Their Appointment As
PRODUCTSSPARK the paper so often these days ",,aila: trimmed", following a 13-14
especially when such complimentscome vote at the Club's meeting Wednesday -
PLUG CLEANING by mall as this from Mrs. night Call Street
HATTEKY CHARGING Dryan (State Farm) Whitfield: friends will sympathize with the PHILCO DEALER

TIME' A Tl'IJK HKPAIR: "Your feminine Farm, readers popular McGriff brothers (Gus
really protest when Carolyn Is and Emmett) in the loss of their .
e'' absent from the paper. It is a $35,000 mattress and upholstery

clever column and is comparable plant in Gainesville'last week .-w
We Also Do I reckon, to what Bryan terms Tho plucky McGrlffa say they're
AUTO REPAIRSTENLY'S 'the 1-a-d-l-o'." .Well I'll try down, but not out, and plan to RADIOS REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS
to squeeze in a few words as often be back In business before too
aa I can; but if you don't see me long /

regularly between now and May, n Speed Queen WASHERS & IRONERS
PURE OIL just blame It on the politicians Efflo Carter (Mr. Maxlr) writes P
'. Poor guys They get the that she arrived In Jacksonville

Service Station blame for everything, don't they? on Jan.. 8 after a fourmonthsvisit I
Temple Avenue Phone 100 with son-in-law and daughter -
PLACE YOUR ORDERS for Refrigerators And Washing
Hear the Lion's Club will spon- the L. A. Johnses, in Hawaii ,r
sor another party at the Banding She is extolling the conveniences I Machines N -O -W All NEW{ 1948 MODELS ON
officers club on Valentine'sDay of air travel, and says that DISPLAY SOON.
This one will be a her lets of vanda orchids and I ,
ILC replica of the New Year's event; tube roses, bestowed upon her departure pICOR03 1 +i3th :
were still fresh and beau. L *** !,
STARKE FL'':.' tiful upon her arrival In Jacksonville I "AUI A Visit Our Philco Department

NOW OPEN Interested to know {ulletlntl
that Margaret Mann, sister of + y'rcard d
Sun. Mon. Jan. 25 26 R. A. NETTLES "
Buck, has been named on the fall IhrINnO MODEL 1260 M
They Won't' SHOP quarter Dean's List at Ga. StateWoman's 134.95
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Believe MeRobt. In Former Zeke Indicates College"outstanding( scholasticachievement" ) 10 twdve-'nch or 12 ten-inch .,
3 Dryden Garage I recordj...quietly, gently 1 Feather MODEL 1264 Walnut
for Margaret, as weight Tone Arm Powerful radio. AM FM. SW CONSOLE 269 95- Ija
Young, Susan ]Haywan, :aRADiOpNONOGAAPH
CABINETSOF '= I you doubtless know Gorgeous tone on radio and records. 3 BANDS __ .
Jane GreerCARTOON ------------------ table
& NEWS ALL KINDS Smart Walnut cabinet .- -- .- ctlog p n wish model
... I Glad to learn the Smedleys are I 167.95 MODEL[ 1282 Mahogany Con. Co gentle
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Tue ONLY, Jan. 27 back home in Lake Butler after sole-Philco's Newest Set 189 95 SUperb radian's J2 records f
+ I WINDOW SCREENS I their harrowing experIence lust _. -----=- __ Performance, 134.95' U

Little Miss BigFred l. -- --- _____/. fall Springs In returning. Bro. Smedley from Is driv-Hot .All Prices .On- -Philco Radios .Are The Nationally. n Advertised- Prices- h. --_- --- ..., 95

Brady, Frank ing a new yellow Kaiser, and PHItCOH350n: PORTABLE.Amax- Ay TERMS/
McIIugh, Fay Holdrn seems to be none the worse for
ALSO NEWS & SHOUTS wear Mrs. Smedley, who sustained ing war developed performance. PHILCO .
.. near-fatal Injuries when No. special aerial needed. Plays on .
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Wed. Thiir Jan 28 29 their car collided with a logging nsplaneseemote- / W ,:
DOUBLE FEATl'BR' truck In Arkansas, expects to be cations. Less balttritt, Battery a
able to walk again in a few

Sarge GoesTo weeks Their many Starke Sets .
F friends rejoice to have them back ,., ,'. 4
)' College S again Hear the Fred Guysare p. I

Freddie Stewart, JunoScarlet OVA currently closing a deal fora PHI ICO 230. Exceptionally fine When There's Aq auPHfIfO; "300'
l'reilolM'' house in Gainesville, and will tone. 3 tubes, including rectifier. COIJP8Ct aogb ill a
r a'u'
be leaving us soon Surely Built-in A Choice feer gifr. q per-
StreetEdward hate to see them depart, and that eirerd4's ower_
goes for Hallie and Flo Jones, Modern pisdecabinet2995 It's Philco! wu.inu I Plaatlr/ odcra

O. Robinson Mrtlsv :. too, who have moved to St. Augustine Cabi_ net '19.95
Joan BennettALSO jttkntvnteS. .
NEWS ?r Model 48-300 Dlode145.230
Model 48-225
-ep------- Ted, Osborne Is leaving the lust Model 48-461 Model 48.464
FrL. sat Jan. 80 31 .. our complete telec of the month for Houston. Texas PORTAIJLERADIO PIIILCO PIIILCO PHILCO SEE
DOUBLE FEATURE lion of Hallmark Card I where he'll imbibe the finer pointsof RADIO RADIO RADIO PHILCO Mr. & Mrs.
photography for the next three RADIO BURDETTETODAY
Queen Of Yukon for xecy occasion.Hollywood and a half years Bon voyage

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Chll8. Bickford, Irene RltchRoarin' Camera columnist is the unexpected mail Glad To Show

Mountain & Gift Shop you get, like the welcome note Less Batteries TERMS TERMS TERMS You PHILCO
this week from Mrs. Albert F. TERMS
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a boy and a girl, and would like
very much to hear from her old ,dpnesda 8IN GSIDAV!"
Electric Service &
Supply school friends at the following LISTEN TOIM6 /-==.':" HART
address: 1017 Thomasville Road,
125 J:. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. Tallahassee, Fla. Sadie's husband tZ
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Dr. Albert Freeman and Mrs. e.
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LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Brown of Rrp. and Mrs N. D. Wain- i I,
of NEWS Roberts Attends WILLIAMS ANNOUNCESTo sUor of Registration and wilt
TS Hampton were guests Wednesdayat wright Jr., were visiting friends'

the home of Mrs. D. W. Moore. in Jacksonville Sunday. Dodge Sales MeetJ. my friends and voters In election( time.your vote Thanks.and support at :'I

Paul R. Cady of Hartford, Conn., Visiting last Friday at the home I I
I {.Bradford County: Williams.
supervisor Mrs. Leila Hind of Albany Ga. --T. S. (Tommie)
.!ISle Young, was a guest last weekend of his of Mr. and Mrs W. G. Haile were P. Roberts owner of the I
schools, was eldest sister of Rev. W. J. Church. I Roberta I will be a candidate for Super. ((1"11.+I Pol. Adv.) :
rd County brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and, Mr. and< Mrs. Woodfin Halle and Motor Co., has returned ,
1 serve on the reception I'' well passed away Wednesday, Mrs. James Blackshear. I children, Linda Sue and< Sandra from a meeting In Jacksonville 1

at the annual Super Jan. 14. Funeral services were HOOVER Sale- &: ServU-e. The! Kay. A weekend guest at the where members of the Dodge
Galnes-I held in the First Methodist Church field
held in organization and the
nference only outlet for genuine parts. Halle home was Jack Halle of factory
first of the week.Mr't. of Albany on Jan. 15: and were Phono 120. Smith's Garage. U, Jacksonville. executive staff of Detroit outlined
V. Char' attended by Rev. and Mrs. Church-: advertising, merchandising antiother NOTICEOUR
U Edward well. Robert Ford of Gainesville will Slmnlicilv Patterns in stockat
week fromr I plans concerning the
arrived be
a guest this weekend at the STUMP'S.
Mrs. L. A. Duncan has returnedto new line of trucks
seves being
to spend
:Mass. home of Mr. and Mrs. John TJg-
Senator Charlie E. Johns attended
their winter home her home in Neptune Beach Introduced this month. CURING PLANT
in low and Mrs. C. F. Ward. the Sheriffs' Conventionat
after being a guest all last week Dealers were told that the new
!olr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner Daytona Beach Monday and line of
of her son and daughter-in-law, Dodge "Job-Rated" trucks
city Patterns in stock Miss Frances Crosby, and Miss Tuesday of last week. I has
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan.Mr. I been expanded to Include 248
lP'S. chll- and Mrs. Lucian Conner Mary Lou Alvarez were dinner, Mrs. Bette Green of Dublin. Ga., basic chassis models ranging from WILL BE CLOSED

B. Strohscheln and had as their guest last Tuesday guests of Doyle Conner Tuesday spent several days last week as 4250: to 23.000 pounds: groan ve-
returned to their homerg night at the AGR Fraternity, of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vln- hicle
> Charlie of guest weight and up to 40.000
through Saturday Spry
La., after spendinghere Beach Lake, Pa. Wednesday night House in Gainesville. Following Ing.11'. and Mrs Proctor Snow pounds gross train weight. It o AFTER FEB. 1No 1
with her parents, dinner, they all attended the of Daytona Beach were guests at covers 97 per cent of all haulingand
they had aa their guest Albert R.'
Mrs. F. O. Peterson.d showing of "Macbeth", staged In the Vining home last weekend. delivery requirements.
Gallagher of Butler, Pa. Spry,
Mrs. J. C. Tucker of Gallagher and Conner were in the the University auditorium and Mrs. W. H. Jackson Mrs. H. The continuing program of
WIs., are spending the sponsored by the language and training dealers and salesmen to
Army together overseas on Tar-, Mason Smith, Mrs. W. L. Waring .
ere with their son and awa and at Honolulu. literature departments. and Mrs. James K. Hammil, all better qualify them to serve truck

In-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs. R. Koolbeck of Jasper, and of Tampa, were guests last Week. users in the selection ()f the right

er. Mr. Tucker will be One lot of Ladies' Shoes, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan of end of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid at her trucks and special equipment to

old on February 1 and $1 at STUMP'S.Mr. I Brunswick, Ga., have returned to Kingsley Lake home "Kin-Sea meet specific handling needs wa More Meat Accepted

fcker will be 78 on Feb- and Mrs. B. C. Holtzen- their homes after being guests Lodge". outlined by the speakers.Thu .

dorf had recently at the home of Mr. and largest release
as guests Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Cox and advertising After That Date
d Mrs. Tom Cook have Mr. and Mrs J'.' P. Sides and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf.Mr. daughters Cynthia and Priscllla in Dodge truck history will be

[Albany Ga.. where they daughter Diane'' of 'Greenville, S.' and Mrs. Eugene Long and were guests Sunday at the homeof made to introduce the new

I reside permanently. Mr. C. The family resided at the daughter, Mary Ann, were in trucks the dealers were) told.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Silcox.
ently received his honor-I Holtzendorfs home for about two Jacksonville Sunday afternoon as Media Includes" newspapers magazines -
Mr. and Mrs. Hallle Jones and H. A. LAWSON
Charge from the Navy at, years while Mr. Sides was stationed guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. T. vocational publicationsand
children, Saundra, Bill, and Nan-
love Springs. I at Blandlng. Reynolds.Mr. poster
and Mrs. J. Warren Kauf gela moved their residence Mon-

... man and Mrs. R. S. Fernandez: day to St. Augustine, where Mr. H. A. Bishop spent Thursdayand I Meat & Cold StorageStarke
had as their Sunday evening' Jones, who Is employed by the Friday of last week in Tampa'

very Branch ofINSURANCE guest Everett L. Wald of New Fla., Power and Light Co., walt attending sessions of the Executive -

recently transferred. Committee of the Florida Florida
York who was en route to Miami.
Mr. Wald is the son of the late All ''Ladies' Coats and Coat Telephone Association i '

r = Mrs. James Robert Halligan, who Suits, values to $29.50, on serving on the Executive J1elfltles'l

will be remembered by many sale $15 at STUMP'S.Mrs. tee, Mr. Bishop Is a '
IpH.C.WALLAGENCY the Board of Directors of the ,. ...... ,
her in "
who knew
Starke friends L. W. Koch is visiting; in Association

former when she resided Arcadia for several days at the
Sen. S. D. Clark and Maurice .
home of her son and dau hter.
here.Mr. Tripp of Monticello were
and Mrs. W. H. Graham in-law Mr. and Mrs. William guests
Tuesday at the home of Sen. and A {Wonderful, Selection of
had as weekend guests her sister, Koch, who announced the birth of
Mrs. Charley E. Johns.BACKACHE.
Constant Service Over 50 Years Mrs. E. A. Rowton and daughterJan a SOD last Friday.

of Sanford, and Mrs. Ted Mr. and< Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Valentines rI

Weihe and daughters, Sandra and Jr., were guests last weekend of

Mary Sue of Chicago. relatives in Starke. frrll

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Culbreathand Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Miss For Rheumatlo Quick Paine comforting, dotting help Up for Nl hl Backache.,drone.

son Jimmy of Gainesville were Sara Barefoot recently" spent theweekf'nd cloudy urine. Irritating passages,Leg Pains
\\VE YOU ANAlcoholic Jrcln* under ye/l, and swollen ankles, dueto
guests! Sunday of Mrs. with relatives In Brad.'nton. -
non-organto and non-iraUmla Kidney and
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. They were accoi.ipunled: Bladder trouble,try Cyitcx.Quick,complete
Strickland. home by Mrs. Barefoot' slater satisfaction or money back guaranteed. Ask
Problem ? your drugflut for elte. today .
HOOVER Sales & Ser\lce. The Mrs. Frances Parker, who Is now

only outlet for genuine part at Kinney's rest home at Kings- )

Phone ISO. Smith'. iaruge. tt ley Lake. I

Alex Robbins will leave Sundayfor Men's White Dress Shirts, Immediate Delivery

ake It To The Charleston, S. C., on a business $2.98 at STUMP'S.Mr. J\T

trip. He plans to remainfor and Mrs. P. I. McLaurin

A A several days. had as guests last weekend Mr. GREEN BUICK CO.

Nell Tyler of Jacksonville wasa and Mrs. Leo Maxwell and son

guest Monday at the home of Mead of Pahokee.Mr. Starkf, Fla. Phone Ti { ae ) i

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houston. I and Mrs Guy Sale and ELECTRIC I,

Mrs S. P. Vandiviere and son Mrs. W. B. Mundy spent Sundayin Water Heater

Pitner of St. Petersburg were Jacksonville.

guests last weekend of Mrs. G., Mr. and Mra. Hogan Smith -"_...-.-.PACKARD. ..... ..-....... ..-
First Wed. Jan. 28Amerkaii' .. ,
Meeting, W; Alderman. spent Sunday In Gainesville, where 'f. _. ? .,, !
Mrs. F. F. Flume and Mrs. Resale -: they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Y ,
Colson. spent Monday in Artford Brown and, fa/nily., -i1:1 s:
i Legion'HalN-8:30: Gainesville. W. M.. WaInwright\ot Tallahassee --w 'f

enjoyed several ,days last .
.;tb ". < '. i
week at the home of N. D. Wainwright ': '. {; Priced From 5c to $1.00
8r., and Mr. and Mrs. J. ., .'" : -,
ALL WELC.OMECLASSIFIED. c::> R. Wainwright and family. W. Y' "I..'. t 00'<, 'l.t"t n: WE HAVE YOUR FAVORITE ONE --

c:> M. Wainwright, Jr., was a week ,,"/., ". '".',' ,...<,;,,,,: ,[ 1! See Them On Our Counters

::: end guest. 1

e_ One lot of Sweaters. Skirts .,. t.
and Dresses $1 at STUMP'S. .' 'j
GOOD! Tile Little 4- ;
LEtterV d That De. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot 't Ilenrt-Shaped Boxes! Beautiful Packages!
0 r
. were In Brooker Sunday where The Finest We Have Offered In The Past
--------- sxTitx'ft Tid- jJ'
funeral of L.
Every Tasty they attended the .. Few Years:
JOUR CAR we have a new .'Oil S' ,%I..: bit Sold l>y The LAPPE W. Sowell. l;
p.CO auto radio! Immediate 'ONE I; NKAV: a-Hftimomt reddenee. ,
Ilatlon As low.. ":l.50. 'In city llmlm of :Stuike, Just cum HAKEUV We Will{ Gladly rack To Ship To
PHERD RADIO SERVICE) plet. ft at Madison streets Stark One 26x40 building with concrete jONUTS AUTOMOBILE /;**/>' N-O w Any Address
tt 'floor Just north nf Blending Center LIABILITY INHITRANTE
for ale at colt. PIKH CAKKScooKirs ; llter( rerfortiuincoAnd
SOUR FARM CITY AND OIL PAINT and Concrete Tilock Although not coiiipnlsoiiy It !I.. less. MoneyTires

'588 PROPERTY Paint. chenppHt price* In town. much !safer' to carry Liability llutterliHKAIHO.H KOCH DRUG STORE
Tubes -
USED: DOORS, half glace, 2'S"xB'S",, I old
Insurance. represent only
$10 each.FINISH Birthday & SS'eddtitgCakes
JC.STROUT 1.IMR. C..menlOlaM. Block line, reliable stock companion.
Hock Sand Concrete Pipe, SteppingStones Our Specially Your business. will be appreci GOODYEAR; STORE STARKE. FLA.

5ELLa REAL Hnune Piers, Mortar Mix, ..., ..
ESTATE} Steel. Window. sled .JV ---------------------------------------" #-

r."f.". nrtTrrdwr of conn."T i Dump truck hauling. Fill dirt for LAPPEBAKERY 129 \\'. Call Street -
prnnrrtr. lln. made over .a le.
.n."I.l .. of Home._F.ni n_ LABOR LOTS In city limit of Opposite" Bradford {'o. Telegraph
Ttnjrn from aH over lh. i Stnrke. high around, 200 I
on | up.
i- Free open. lUtinor. $60 down, $20 per mo. Phone 151:

STROUT REALTY AGENCY structlon.nitiiFonu We do any. type of build inn con PHONE 18 N. I). Wainwright Jr.ROUT. I i CLEARANCE SALE! --- FRI. SAT. MON. ONLY !

Rt'pre".nted Locally By ivii\KKniN co. ..
('. I
IIOLLINGSWORTII :.1. Maurice Kdnnrd Phone O' II 2-Piece HLUE' TAPESTRY
118 "
So. Walnut St. 'FUR liKNT-KurnlHhed and unfurnlvhrd I r' : t' e. LAIUamm'fTN.ll'. : : .
apartmnti Cas for h nand
rnoklntf Clone In. Desirable< '
: .- Living Room Suits
M.VTTHESSESOF neighborhood. Reasonable raten ,_
ALL Also coay furnished house 3
KINDS IlJrduiMxl KniriH-H I'rcmlrrfoil
Madlon. '
rooms and bnth.-201 W.
UESOVATEDig It E 'r'g,,: Spring! Con+rudlon

FOR SALE-One: SOD-II. mare mule,, Were $219.50
work. good anvwhere. Fat.. C
gentle and imnrt. Will trade for

frond Jermrv, Hampton.row See Fla.I* I* HedenbaUKh Itp. rl ) 4 :. Now! $149.50Cash

F"t-: FOR :S\I.K-New 2-hedroom hou e,. +!
k .
complete bath, new elertrlo pump t s or Kudget/ Plan
and water henter One acre rood tip / t JIP
FURNITURE land all fenced.. !N'ear schools. andrhurcheH. 4' NEVER; : SUCHJIARGAINS
AND 10 year. to pay balance, with .8' REFINISHED Interept. Mrs. Joyce Fu.h. ;"
, Drop ell A Card Lawtey, Fla. Itp
MATTRESS CO. FOR SAIjK-Oood work mule, cheap.R. ..
|Bo, 230 Palatha, Fto. C. Johns, near llellbronnSprings. TOO NUMKBOUS
Itp 8.1'c. 1LI'I..EDinette
cleaningIf TO MKNTIONI
a'tLf:;-Two used electric rea'ratorr FUR I.F.-l\f"el A lI"' -ton truckS1f Suit
Ilh'lI condition. >0. Qond mowlnic' machine, $50.Rock ; you're the type of person #
Garage. "'
tf grist mill. 125. F. C.Hod..ell. .
RANCE-I I Rt. 2. Box 61, Stark. tip f who takes' pride in 1 EXTENSION; TABLE r*
e. write a 11 lIn...: 4 CHAIRS
autumoblle. liability and FOR HAI..K -Twin cylinder .John your wardrobe you'll appreciate '""
d..tI.e. ..for your Inllll.anceC. ,Ron outboard motor, $15.-I* J. 1 COItNEK CHINA .. _
a INI I Rr' Phone 16ght, Jr.. ltf Wynn. Hampton. lip i the meticulous

:IO-ur. APAnT\I :N'1' Foil RKNT: -Private l care we give every garment -
CASH REGISTER for hath and private entrance. 505 W. $160
,;blarlre .iie'. rood condItion. Madison St. Itp entrusted t a us.

'Laundry"i.! Stark. DryyCleaner. 11Yul' NEED STOVE WOOD notify Here, your finest wear- h
U Fred O. .Ione, Rt. 2. roox Heavy Ce "
'2J4. Sfarke. Fireplace or stove ables are given new lustre .
'h'd i""I:; !-Vrol"n house. *ur1 wood cut any length. Itp :Made Ily Th.
LJat.V"8t I 1 *+ (ayn '". and new Ufa. Bring your CYaftftmrnUSE
IIP LOST-nine-backed. S-rln IPilxlt
HLJ::..-( notebook encircled. hy rubber clothes here for better ::
nMry me-half 1I1mndlnlf din'I'rlaiiif hand. Contain many papers with ,
Pyl 1 2hU. Good clean. build- my name Reward Write T. H. cleaning. + +lt
a' VWrlt or call nevllle.. Rt. 4. Box 159.2npalneevilla. -
PI IL. Phone a954f Tram.IYkD i OUR

Itp.0wf"ILnyr LOST Key. finer" bearlnr name No Interest or Carrying Charge
ra0y ,, plac.' : y.llow Harry. P. Leu Inc., Orlando. FIlL PHONE 135 PLAN
; with clip 'In right! Two key on tame rlnir. Finderplease .
to name of .Date la".>at Telegraph office. Temple
ferf' -hlt.-'aee"rtturn"d calf. 110 $2 reward. 4tp 2-11 IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

IfQr" road.-0.vftjji??: FOR RP.NT-3 apartments, 125.. 130. GREEN C 313
month. L ..h' and
tip and t4A per
furnished.-I* O. Hemlnnrway. w Co.
LE-Qn. water Denmark Furniture
"I young. black mar. 224 Thompson St. Itp Owner Are.
,; Roed saddN' new
1 7i : on.It.etwo boy bid.. s FOR RENT until September. with
bar. ;j"-e. aet seal beam: option of buylns;- -room house PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
bridle and .e.r. I furnished or ;
ar ion1" 5OC* Craver place fronting on } STARKE FLA.
k. llutl.r,r tell R- H. Thoma" Pox If... Name on box and Jtp-2-gate:
Stp '1-19 Thomas Campbell.


FRID\V, J,111'.IUr ,

PAGE SIX == -= and Mr. and Mrs. Ted' enjoyed a lovely joint celebrationof cuple(1 by air, and Rn=--

and the family is located In the was enhanced by arrangements Presi-of worthy Osborne of Starke and Mr. and. the birthdays of Mr.\ Bouvier derson YI,
house recently vacated by J. C. exquisite camellias. The W. N. North and Mr. and and of Miss Betty McRae. Mrs. R. H. TYson
Brooker HamptonBy and Jeanette Wynn. dent, Mrs. J. A. Bouvier During, directedthe the Mrs.Mrs. R. P. McLendon. II Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen day from Jacksonville l'etu:
Mrs Will Hutto, of St. business program. Brooker Sunday as guests had visited
Mr. and social hour the hostesses, Mrs W. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cogdill/ of were In relatives and tr
By Mrs. Paul StewartDEMONSTRATION :Mrs. M. C. Sweeney George, S. C., have been recent N. North and Mrs. H. J. Kucera, Knoxville Tenn., are visiting of Mrs. H. P. Galney. since Wednesday, Edgu

a .SI'KEU.: . guests of the J. W. horses served sandwiches with coffee their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall hadas accompanied his mother h 1 ,
MISSIONARY B. Y. Saxon was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon. their visitors during the past spent Sunday with j her
!' CLUIl Dr. Green Medical Missionary; last week. Tyson. Mrs. It(
Jacksonville MEETING
BRIDGE CLUB Sarah Ann and weekend Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mary Luck,
Field spoke at Little Misses
The Brooker Homo DE-monstra- of the African and Mrs. R. F. Touchton entertainedthe and Mr. and Jacksonville: was
Mr. Mra. W. N. North of Penney Farms. Fish and family an stir d
Monda Bradshaw
January Church on ; Carol
tion Club met on the Baptist of Bell spent Sunday afternoon at Farm Bridge Club at their grandparents Mrs. J. O. Randall, Jr., and fam- guest of Mr. and Mra. Z1w 1
13, at 2:30 P. M. In i the nIght, giving an Interesting account State have been visiting several
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jacksonville. days the
Cox, all of early
H. ,
afternoon Mrs. R. llly
D Community Center. of his work and experience :her home last Wednesday Mr. this week.
} The business meeting was con-< I in the Dark Continent. While Watterson. Pink radiance roses, effectively this week.H. I Mrs. George Manassa and chil-
ducted by Mrs. T. W. Markey, here, he was entertained In the< Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of placed, accentuated the R. Linzy spent several days i dren, Celia and George, Jr., of
president. Report was made by home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat Fruitland Park, have returned to beauty of the living room where during the past week with his' Jacksonville were guests of Mr. COLD
a'tla lore G. n. Colaon on the result of terson.A Hampton to spend some time at the games were played. Mrs. L. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Llnzy, and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Mon-
the committee on purchaal:, number of Hamptonltes are the home of Mrs. J. H. Saxon. F. Chapman and Mrs.' J. G. God- Sr., in Tallahassee. day. LIQUID MEDICINE IS

of fruit trees pool. She reported attending nightly revival service Among visitors at the Jacksonville win were respective winners of Mr. and Mrs. :J. A. Bouvier Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirklandand CM wM-Mc..>4 ..,... ol CoU MIlO''", ,
the purchase of 45.71 worth of at the Long Bridge Church. Zoo last Sunday were R. O. high and second high contract visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae I two sons have come from ,...bf...t Mllm,Ud, Cold'rM' ',,.''
trees through the pool. Simmons Mrs. T. E. Simmons, prizes. Each award was a box and family In Mcintosh last Hellbronn Springs and are now 666IDWPRIUS liQUID
WMS ENTERTAINED little Ray Simmons, Mr and Mrs. Rubenstein powder.Mrs. in the house formerly oc- COLD'IIPAIA
The committee on securIng of weekend. During their stay they living Crown v..........
Society -
the clubhouse The Women's Missionary H. Wagstaff and Mr. and Mrs.K. Dennis Fancher won in Club
funds reported for furnishing the appropriation of the Baptist Church was B. Watterson. "bingo" while Mrs. H. O. Bates a- pppapt -g--.J1"'".JJ<.J<

'" of 250.00: by the county to be entertained 15. at last the Thursday home of Mrs January . . was guest winner In that game.R. P.
A committee Mrs. Alva Holland and Mrs. l

g .;, chairman used composed for ,furnishings.Mrs.of Earnest Mrs. Dave Edwards Green,, Lake.Leaston The A. Wynn topic of under Hampton discussion -I State FarmBy McLendon this occasion.were Mrs.also North'guests refreshments on IIW, NEW I

aZ was, "Sixty Years In Royal consisted of fruit salad
a Mrs. J. C. Hardy, Mrs. Ralph Service." Refreshments, at the Mrs. Bryan Whitfield i
K. Douglaa and with coffee.
Mazen, Mrs. J. meeting's conclusion were served .
Mrs. G. B. Colson was appoint Holt L. A. Shepherdwere Real SavingsAwait You!
purchase and furnish the by the hostess to her gueata. COMMUNITY CLUB MEETING I Mr. and, Mrs.
to plan
day fruit cake, topped with whipped Tuesday afternoon of last week' hosts at a small dinner

club Mrs.house.Paul Stewart was appointed cream, coffee and Mrs.candlei Eller, the Community Club met In regular party i J at their home Thursday r No Weekend Special BUT
were greatly enjoyed. session. For this meeting) evening of last week. Their guestswere
publicity chairman. Wagstaff and Mrs. Lizzie Sim. the Club Room's natural beauty ''Mr., and Mrs. Howell Nas-
I'lans were made for a craft mons of Virginia were visitors or Low Prices Every Day !
work day to be held Tuesday, thla occasion. .
27. Five new membe
Jan.were added: Mrs. Pitt Baxter, IHHTIIDAY DINNER ep1B J oY DFF SFRVICE phone 52-J I Come See For Yourself-We Have REDUCED

Mrs. Vasco Hazen, Mrs. J. C. Har- I Mrs. T J. Alderman, honoringher Mrs. Hartmann Prices-Now We Offer GREATER SAYINGS
and husband's birthday anniversary WC rOklOW THI STOftM
rell, Miss Lubedla Finholster,
Mrs. R. F. Gano. last Sunday, entertained Than Ever.

Following the business meeting, members of his family at a tie- /_.IlI.......
dinner. Following -
Miss Demonstration Madge Whigham Agent, gave Home a I ightfully relatives were guests: Mr. White House Milk, 4 tall 49c .. FRESH FRUITS
short demonstration on belt mak-: Alderman's sister, Mrs. Blanche From where I sit..ly Joe Marsh\
fandivlere and son, Pltner, of Bay
Ing. fines; his mother, Mrs. Geo. W. lona Flour, S.R., 25 Ibs. 1.93 & VEGETABLES
Refreshments of coffee and Alderman, of Starke, and his .
cookies were served by Miss Whlj, --- -
>rothrr-ln-la\v and sister, Mr. and Grade B 63c
ham and Mrs. Markey. and Crestview Eggs, -
ilrs. Levy A. Canova family
8TANDLY BRUSH PARTY also of Starke. From Sheepskin to Sheep Pasco Carrots, 3 bun. 19(1(

Mrs. T. W. Markey entertain Mrs. O. D Gay of Dunnellon, 8 O'clock Coffee, 3 Ibs. 1.15 Fla., Celery, 2 stalks ___a. lot

4 the afternoon Standly Brush, Jan. 13 party: from Thursday 2:30. : pent Tuesday and Wednesday friends.of There aren't too moor college books, or conversation and an occasional : Blue Streak Cello Cauliflower, Ige. heads 23t|
ast week here, visiting Good honestthinking glass of beer with friends.
to Mrs.5:00 Dave p. m.Green was the pl'lze md Mr.family and of Mrs.\ Earlton.W. M.were Bender dinner -I graduates,,In..our...bllt town.moat folks went Seems as if,Just by having theireducation RICE, 3 Ibs. - 45c Emperor: Grapes, 2 Ibs. _.- 23t|

winner. guests Tuesday of last weekf from high school Into farming. postponed, they've put Fresh Green Cabbage, 2 Ibs. 9t|
Those enjoying the occasion > the L. T. Johns family.Mr. I No harm in that! But I admire i a higher value on it. ..and onveterans Bright Sail Bleach, qt. 11c

set were Mrs. J. K. Douglas, Mrs. G. and Mrs T. C. Chastain I like Dick Newcomb... things like temperance (that glass 10 lb. Bag Grapefruit 29t33tl

B. Colaon. Mrs. Rosa PinholsteMra. have been recent visitors to Or-' who'23,but\going\ to coll g under of beer,for instance),understanding And Clorox Bleach 1.2 gal. 29c Winesap Apples, 3 Ibs. .
and good citizenship. ,
Wllso Intends to ,
Coon Tyler, indo. Friends are delighted to the G.I. Bill of Rights.\
Green, Mrs. Earnest Edward:: :; hear of the improved health of be a sheep f.rmer-but a better. from where I sit, when Dick gets Red Del., Apples, 2 Ibs. 23|
Mrs. Lettie Edwards Mrs. Pitt Mr. Chastain, who has been quite Informed, more scientific farmer, his sheepskin-he won't have lost No. 2 1-2 Can
Baxter, Mrs. Truby Hodge, and seriously 111.Friends with more know-howl much time.He'll be an even better Iona Peaches 25c Iceberg Lettuce, 2 heads 25c|
Mrs. Dave Green. wel- farmer than his Dad. (Exactly 12cl
Delicious refreshments of hat last week were And veterans like Dick. aren'tlet what Dad wanted 1)t Bananas (large), lb. ---
coming Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall, ting anything interfere.What little Ann Page
sandwiches, cookies and coffe Margaret and allow themselves la Q.' (J, .. Main Selected POTATOES
were served by the hostess, assisted and daughters. relaxation they ;, I Grape Jam, 2 Ibs. 39c
by Mrs. Pitt Baxter. after their residence of
i -- --
We are lOrry to report that I three years in Dasher, Ga. Mr. .1948, United Stoles Bremen FoundationCONTINUOUS Ann I'ageWhite TALCO
Iva Mae Lewis is In Starke In the Hall[ la a R. R. Section Foreman Vinegar, qt. 15c

\'. Shadycrest Hospital with an in-!: ... '>" "-TALCO.,.... > .23 Ibs.I

fccteil Mr. and finger.Mrs. T. W, Markey and r Dixie Crystal SugarS Ibs. 45c Scratch Feed 1.49
Mrs. Pitt Baxter' were shopping
in Gainesville Friday afternoon. Snowdrift 3 lb. 1.29
cans --- -- I
-loo Ibs.
Mr. and Mrs Harvy Baxter am TALCO
children of Jacksonville spent the Chili BEANS
Sultana Red 5.87
Weekend visiting Mrs. Baxter' Scratch Feed -

parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Wade liar. 2 No. 1 cans 23c .
rell. TALCO 20 pc. 100 Ibs.
Mr. and Mrs Raymond Crews Sultana Red Kidney BEANS
and daughter, Marjorie Sue, of Dairy Feed! 4.99
Jacksonville spent the weekend IN CHILI GRAVY -

visiting Mrs. Crews'" parents Mr, QUALITY No. 1 can - lOc
and Mrs. Otis Bairy.Rising.

.. lona TOMATOES:

No. 2 Can _____ tat 1 1lona

Ity Mr*. Edward Norman PEAS
2 No. 2 Cans 23c''
"Lou-est Prices" "liesi Quality" ---
,j Wo are sorry to report the Illness

,l of :lira Maggie Norman. 5 Ibs. Breakfast BACON 1.72 lona STRING BEANS
,ri She has been confined to her bed 2
2 Cans'___ 23clona
with flu.
Streak Lean
Mr.\ and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas! Salt BACON Streak Fat 45c .
and family' of Brooker were. visit- Tomato PUREE
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis No.
1 Can Sc
Sunday Picnic HAMS. 4 61b. avg.47c -------

Robert Norman of Jacksonville
.; was visiting in this section last Ground BEEF. lb. 43c lona Golden Sweet Corn
weekend. ujkk.Hv No. 2 Can l"c
Miss Hazel Crawford and sister Pork LIVER, lb. 32c -
of Hellbronn were visiting
.fer' Misses Luc lie and Eva Mae Barnes lona Baby Lima Beans
Milk-Fed Veal Roast Ib. 49c
w Sunday. No. 1 Can, ,2 for ___ 19c

guests Mrs. Sunday Ruthy Norris her sonInI"and had as/ her Nice Large Mullet lb. 29c
lona Tomato JUICE
daughter of Lake City.
( > 2 No. 2 Cans ______ 23c
Don't forget Sunday School Speckled Trout, lb. 35c

every Sunday morning at 10:15 -
'+ and Church Services every second x Fresh Country Spareribs, lb. 39c
Waldorf Toilet Tissue
and fourth Sundays at 11 o'clockat

y Corinth welcome.Baptist Church. Everyone Cudahy's Jim Bacon Squares 47c Each __,------------- 7c

'.'..... :- :"' .-' Clabber Girl Bak., Powder

CBOTt-ETS( 10 oz. Can ,, 9C

12 oz. pkg. 14c lOc Bar Ann Page KETCHUP

14 oz. glass ________ 21c

/ -

Uncle Ben's RICE Rinso Soap Powder Ann Page Pork & Beans
o t i, J f PAT OPr* 25c
2 Mb. Cans -
"Coke"Ask lib pkg 23c Large Box 38c-

o oIt Old Dutch Cleanser
2 Cans 19C

I 1 lb. 10 oz. box large bar White House Cond. MILK

for it either way bcth i 14 oz. Can __________ 19 c

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I, I Baptist Church"What I world. The subject at 11 o'cloCk 1 -- --
..... lurch NewsCOST.L I Sunday morning Is What Next? At The TabernacleThe R. W Mosley, Lawtey; Mrs. John City's BulldozerAt dump." i
II Next" will happen in Sunday evening the Happy Teston and Mrs. W. W. Mott both
""""*""" interest of the Tabernacle of Jacksonville City Clerk Carl Johns states .
Jerusalem "What Next" Hour at 7:30: will feature the ; and three brothers Work On
; the DumpThe I
HOLINESS group Is centered on the meeting! George Loadholtz. that much improvement has already -
move of the United Nations; singing of your request hymns to be held this weekend, with the Martin E. : been made at the "dump" I
I clime"It. "What Next" the in and choruses with Mrs. Morseat Loadholtz Jacksonville, City of Starke 4
event the received delivery
11 1 1I coming to Starke of the large and J. B. Prevatt Wlmatima which has been described as a t
ana Tfmpleve. world? The Pastor of the First the piano and Mrs. Mann at! Fla.
E number of business and professional -: Interment was in the of Its new $3.67300 bull "health menace" and condemned ,
School 9:43: a. m.; Morn- Baptist Church of Starke, Rev. the console of the Hammond. men and their Lawtey by the Health Department.The I
wives to Cemetery
b kip 11 a. m.: EvangeHaJces Lewis D. Haines, continues the The guest speaker will be Rev. the National Laymen's Evangelistic Key-McCabe under Funeral the Home.direction of dozer Thursday January 7, and machine will be used for I
I u( 7.00: p. m. Everyone messages on the important sub Herbert Lockyer leading Bap- Association Executive Committee Pallbearers work was begun immediately on other local projects after thepresent
N ject of the conditions' in Pales- tist preacher and Bible teacherof meeting. This promises to bea George were John and the Job of burying the accumulatedtrash accumulation of garbage

t Rev. L. J. Price Pastor tine and their relation to the Liverpool, Ehgland. great spiritual feast, as some E. M. Futch Shuford.Otis Bob Blanchard and garbage at the "city haa been buried.COURTESY .

4e Sunday School meets at 9:43 of the leading Bible Teachers and Ralph Darley. Williams and .. _u_ _- --- ----- ------ -----.
with departments and classesfor Speakers of the country will be

B. Alvarez' & Son meet all at ages.6:13: for Training fellowship Unions and all present.services Everyone beginning welcomed Thursdayat to Fire Truck Makes

I discussion. 7:30: p. m. and continuing Two Runs SundayTwo In all the thoughtful relations of Service
Mid-week Service each Wed- through Sunday.Mr. with convenience and completeness
nesday at 7:30: p. m. and Mra. O. W. Sllborer fire alarms were Bounded as well as fareful economy in th*
I ransfer & Storage Co. Visit the Church with the visIting Home Missionaries, continue to Sunday one In the afternoon and measure that it is needed.
pastor. give pleasure and Inspiration with one at night, both being promptly
l their music and testimonies. answered by Slai-ke'a efficient
Phone 9105 Fire Department.The '*
Bishop Harrell To
II ring andi The Baptist Hour first was a call at 4.MS: p.
i Stpl&9ft We Operate Local and Long Dis- Services At m. to West Jefferson Street, loan
1st Methodist Sunday Morning at 8:30: o'clock, apartment owned by K. A. STARKE PHONE 7
tance Anywhere In The State of SundayBishop January 25, 1948. Winkler, and at which Mr. and AMBULANCE SERVICE!

I Florida. Costen J. Harrell of the Mrs. T. B. Stebblngs reside. No
t Birmingham Area Conference wlll damage was done to the apartment -
Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits preach Sunday morning Jan. 23, the fire being confined to Our local funeral home enables as to
at 11 o'clock in the First Methodist the kitchen stove, where food had offer conveniences and services. not
, Church. Bishop Harrell pre- been left cooklkng, where it eventually otherwise available
N sides over the Alabama Confer- burned and charred filling
hy Not Enjoy The Best?" ence and Cuba and before becom- the apartment with smoke Mr.!
ing a Bishop served'as a beloved 1"1iIISpeaker and Mrs. Stebblngs were absentat I We furnish the hlghes type service at the lowest price a4
pastor of the South, in Tennesee the time, returning almost at I accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT com
r North Carolina, Georgia and Vir- the moment the fire truck arrived. pony, as payment In part or In full on a funeraL Consultation

i ginia. Second alarm was at 9:20: p. m. carries no obligation

rD His spiritual leadership lias been to Temple Ave., near the rear of -- -- -- -. .--. -- -.... .-- - -- _. --
D EpOg IOTflID OAf 3fIVICt widely extended through religious the Union Bus Station, at the
writing, especially in his residence! of Rev. Mr. McLendon,
[Cooking Heating ,Refrigeration latest book "Walking With God', owned by Lacy Conway. Only
which is among his most popular.He minor damage was reported, beIng -
: Dr. Kyle M. Yates
. Is one of the outstanding caused when'a kerosene cook. STARLING'SGROCERY
L T. Shull Plumbing & Heating Churchmen in Methodism, and Houston Texas Ing stove was left burning for the
r LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144 was the guest speaker at the last Man"Subject. : "Justice Man to purpose of heating the house.

Conference In Daytona Beach. .
ntral Florida Gas & Appllcance Co. The Starke church considers itself Heard over Radio Station WJAX Beware Coughs & MARKETWEEKEND
very fortunate in having sucha
Phone 3752 Trenton Fla.
distinguished man to speak here Important Tobacco from common colds SPECIALS JANUARY 23 24
and those who hear Bishop Har-
rell will find his message to bone Meeting SaturdayIn That Hang On LOCATION: CORNER CALL & CHERRY STS.
CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE of a Christian Faith that will Lake City
SASH DOORS PAINT HARDWARE help the average person and In- Creomulalon relieves promptly be-
spire all to a realization of their! I County Agent T. K. McClane an- eaWlC'it roes right to the seat ef the IJaby Reef CHUCK Fresh CountryROAST
need of God.Sunday !nounced, today that a meeting ot trouble to help loosen and expel
laden phlegm, and aid natureto
31osterything germ
evening at 7:30: o'clockhe Florida tobacco farmers, warehousemen soothe and heal raw tender. Inflamed .
ANNI Try Us will conduct a round table discussion and other interested bronchial mucous memo EGGS72c
on world events in rela- parties will be held in Lake City, branes.Tell your druggist to Sell youa
For Those bottle of Creomulslon
with the
To tion to the missions of the Saturday, January 24, at 1:00P. : you must like the way it
BUILDING SUPPLIES Hard church. M. at the High School auditorium quickly allays the .ough or you are I
Build INC. The public is cordially invitedto to have your money back. Ib.47cI doz.
To Get both services.Presbyterian. The Florida Agricultural Extension GREOMULSIONfor

lepaln 1036-1048 W. Main St., South Items Service, cooperating with the ,Chest Colds,Bronchitli ----.-.--.-- --------.-.-.-
Or Gainesville Florida Florida Experiment Station and
ChurchJohn Standard BrandTomatoes Ga. Belle Cut
the County Agents in tobacco
model PHONE 217 :218: Warren Kaufman, Pastor counties has arranged a splendid No. 2 CansBEANS

P. O. Box 63 Sunday Is Young People's Day. program with each speaker cover-

Members of the Westminster Fellowship ing a specific topic. I

VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANT under the direction ot "The latest information on con- No. 2 Cans
Miss Hazel Fields President, trol of Blue Mold as well aa Information I
will conduct the service. A pertaining/ fertilize
Food Soda Feuntaln leading Layman, Kenneth Keyesof practices and number of plantsper 2 for 25c 2 for 25c
,Rest Rooms For Your Convenience
Miami in attendance at the acre will be discussed. To-
NLEA meeting In Starke, will bacco curing, picking and grad- -.-.-------- -.-----
speak. We invite young and old ing will be handled' a like --=- .. -Those-Famoll" w 33"
to hear this inspiring message. manner," Mr. McClane added.
"Mother's Best"GRITS
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE Sunday School at 9:43: in the "The International situation and
chapel. Its effect upon the outlook of
".a The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof Westminster Fellowship meet flue-cured tobacco prices will be BLEACH

The People"A at 5:30: p. m. for service of the presented by Joe Williams, Super- Streamline
Young People's Week. This to visor, Winston-Salem Markets
Southern Baptist Church For All People be followed by a social hour N. C. your I 5 Ib. pkg. 43c 2 for 23cDURKEE'S
with refreshments. Mr.\ McClane urges every tobacco fire Insurance
Sunday: School 9:45Morning Training Unions 6:13 : :
grower who can possibly ___ _._._.____ .._.__ __,_u____
Worship Evening Happy Hour Christian ChurchRev. spare the time to attend this
most interesting tobacco meet- Any Brand
7:30: SEE
J. M. Dixon:

Services for Jan. 23: : ing.Gus
"January Journal of Juggling of Jerusalem" Sunday School 10 A. M. LoadholtzDies Charley E. John KICoconut
Sunday, 11 a. m. "WHAT NEXT?" Morning Worship 11 o'clock: At MIL
Sunday, 7:30 p. m. Guest Speaker speaker from National Laymen's LawteyFuneral Agency

Rev. Herbert Lockyer of Liverpool, England Evangelistic Assn., will bring the services for Thomas! Phone 13 STABILE, FLARprwntlee
Listen to the Baptist Hour message. Augustus Loadholtz, 46, who died 3 for 39c I 19c pkg.We
WJAX Each Sunday 8:30 a. m. Sunday evening subject, "Moses suddenly at Lawtey Wednesday
Invitation to Hobab", by pastor. morning, Jan. 14, were held at .1.
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Prayer Meeting Wednesday the home of his sister, Mrs. P. L. Appreciate Your Patronage Very Much I
evening 7:30.:
Dinkins, afternoon at
Thursday ,
-. On Sunday, Jan 11, the church 2 o'clock. Rev. C. I). North pa.'II I
\ had a wonderful day. We are
\ tor; of the Lawtey Methodist .
I under in fine -- -- -- --- -" ---- -- --- -
getting way shape Church off'lciated.Besides ,
HEAR BISHOP with our drive to raise funds for Mrs. [Dinklns he Is sur- I
Building a parsonage for our pas- vived by three other sisters Mrs.
tor.: So far we have over $1200In

COSTEN J. HARRELL checks, money, and pledges. Arthritis Pain Starke Builders Supplies

St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday I
For .. drtightlully comforting help for DELIVERY
I 10:00: a. m. Church N..rlC"aches and,L\lJllba.IIe1a&lc.psi.a.of Bluiuutlim.,or Niinlf Artbrltl> trr. PHONE ACROSS FROM S. A. L. DEPOT SEJIVICK
Uw Mood First_ 43
tomtaA Wort thtoacli
School; 11 a. m. Holy CommunIon pain can.
I tuuUlr Mart llcrtatloc' ao you
and sermon. work. Joy II*.and Up m.n omfartablr.O .
I Rev. S. W. Creasey, turning Mtlf. Mtlaa at dniaut or myixr COda bask,. Quick(uMUitMd.PRICES aampteto -. A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES

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a a: Bethel Baptist Church, locatedone

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TWO SERVICES 11:00 A. M. 7:30 P. M.Bl Electric Heaters MOLDING OF ALL KINDS
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.hop Harrell Is Bishop Of The Blumlng- I .

ham Area, Conference And Cuba. lie l Is an :f POWER-QUEEN TRACTOR

Outstanding Churchman And Distinguished CHARLES C. $275.00
Author.Don't 2 1.2 -
PHARMACIST SHEPHERDAt Available For Immediate Delivery 1 1.2,2.2 1-2,5 II. P. TractorsAll

Miss This Wonderful Opportunity Necessary Attachments Available To Farm Any Size Farm ,

To Hear A Great Man Of God Phone 64 STARKEOntheMinlt Gays Service Station i iIi DEMONSTRATION IF DESIRED'If

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-- TELLS IN ( 11(111' !)." IN ('IIAII-: You are required '0' appear. on seal at Starke. Florlda 8n4 M
SEN. Funeral Sunday C'O"N'I'FLUitt ,
the home team February 2bt. 1948, In the above 1948. ttI
B.H.S. Basketeers Tonight ('lilyManfred': Spadaro. Plaintiff vs.Lombardo named Court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL REAL.
MN 01 ACCO\IPLlSIl1\n: For L. W. Sowell P'rancseea Marla IIpadaru, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford As A.,
Meet Melrose All three teams will meet Md.rOKO Defendant.' Case No, (IT1. I County Telegraph shall publish linen ::1. ..uneq'::
qulntl! In the armory here (Continued from page one) Luther William Sowell 66, died ORDER 0.. PLTBLIt'NI'IOrANf APPEAlt: this Order In next four weekly Atty Fla.for Plf .
Tonight > NOTICJo1 'J'O l Issues.
In Armory tonight (Friday), starting at 7 last Saturday at his home In STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs ',11{t
bas'ketball o'clock It will be the first time "He supported the Farm Bureau retired barber Lombardo Francesea IIarla Spad'aro ....r.J'
The "stock" or the three Brooker. lie was a whose residence and address -
from state .
teams from the two towns Program to exempt I Itos.ottl
teeny currently being put that and fans taxes all gasoline used to operate and a member of Pine Hill I Is, : Province of Trupanl
have met in tour years, 18 Alcamo Italy.
in the field by BUS rose conRld'erably are looking forward to some top- farm machinery that did- not use Lodge No.9, F. & A. M., and a February You are 23 required, 194e, fn to the appear' above on CLOTHING & SHOE

Tuesday night when the flight baskethll.ll. the State HI&hways. member ot Dedan Missionary named Court and cause, wherein .
seeks dlvor. FTadford ... .
boys "A" squad, boys "B" squad, The Bradford teams will play "It will be remembered that Baptist Church for U years. County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this '" .-
wins OainCllvllle Saturday night at 7 Senator Johns sponsored at the native of Order In next tour weekly IMRU.II. -
and the girls team all Mr. Sowell was a hand and official
o'clock In the Gainesville High last session of the Leg 1ature. and had been In seal Witness at Ntarke my, Florlda this January :. :
quintst. ]
Baker County
visIting I
it In the armory over School gym and It Is hoped that the famous 'B okle Bill' that 21. 1945 4 ;

from Alachua. Ii large number of fans will accompany would have meant so much to business In Micanopy for several (OFFICIAA.EClerk of. said: Court.Py .
The "A" boys won their game .the teams on this trip. each county in additional money years prior to moving to Brooker i Lurllle C. Cnnn.r. D. C.
52-2S: Frank T Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla
dechdve the tracks. Every recently
l1y a LONe To J\llIC'denny frgm race Atty. for P14 1-:13: U 3.13
Dryden was "high mln": with 16 All three BUS squads dropped authority on racing told> him It In addition to his wife, Mrs. IIIItfFOlltlCOUNTY. FOR
points to hi8 credit his bill had become law it would Mattie Matt Sowell, he Is survived 1:11: ellC"IT. FLORIDA/ro..or. CYANCkItY : -

The girls team eked out a 23-22 their games to flashy Macdenny have given each county In the by one brother, James Henry

win in which Alma Thomu was quintets last Friday night. The, state between $30.000 and $3 .OOO Sowell, and tour sisters Mrs. Ida June Maurice Golden Berllnky nerllnaky Plaintiff, Defendant., V" the ENTIRE FAMILY Y

1 high scorer for DHS. B squad ended on the short end, additional money from the racetrack Craig of Newberry Mrs. Cassie Case. No. (2H.OItDElt PtTRLJCATION

The boys "B" squad handed at a 28.16 !!score with Billy Smith ; because by out-Iawlng the Lauramore of St. Petersburg AND NOTICE OF TO APPEAR

\ their opponents a trouncing to making 7 points all high man. The Illegal bookies of the state, a Mrs. Nella Thomas, Wauchula STATE. OF FLORIDA residence tor JuneGulden Every Day Is Bargain Day

the tune of 26-9. Myron Lavely, girls lost by a close 53-110. with large portion of that money would and Mrs. Verne Nipper of Ocala. Berlineky'whoee

Df'lano Thomae and Edward Alma Thomas making 24 points be bet at the race tracks and the Funeral services were held at Proves FAST RELIEF for At The *

Shull each scored: six points forW. for Starke. The A team lost by state and counties would have're- Dedan Baptist Church Sunday

photo-tlnlllh 43.42 score with ceived the benefit. PAil MISERIES
afternoon, .Jan. 18, with Rev. C. A.
Spike Vance leading for the ':Charley says he will go into I
C.T.U. locals with 14 points and Earnest every detail at this bill when l he Crosby and Rev. O. E. McCauley 01 Ihumltllllt, Ileurelgia, Lumbago, STAR Store

Wells runnerup with 11.I presents his platform from ti'stump' oftlciatlng. Burial was In Dedan Sort, Stiff Museieal I

Cemetery with Masonic rites. Arrangements JUST rub refrmhtnt. gentle" N..b.rm 00 '

J\lany things m II y 00 pre- I .'Senat04 Johns says he wlU were In charge of the relax son 'PO". fie Instantly pain 'aching.M., Lies muscles NEURA armso I'
IWn'pd In alcohol but law and RULED PRACTICE PAPER Union and BALM to act Ise. 10ns.I..inll relief /rotsthe
to I
s continue represent I DeWitt C. Jones. .iMrie. 01' muscular. .dMI and pains
order 8J't not on the lid. 9x12, for school children. 71Scr..amBradford a Bradford Counties fairly and,
(Chicago Dally News.'i C 0 u n t y Tele- I 4
I without showing any partiality 1 to
graph.VOTE he'' // /
either county; that as tar a. I
----- \
-- --- -- Is concerned there is no boundary J. f:rd
-- ---- -- --
line between the two counties and

r FOR he Is asking his people to support \\

him In his campaign for re.elec- ,,, YI

i I tlon." I 1

I Buck Jones; Political I /

I Announcements 1

'; For SHERIFF ..

i 'A JVell-Qualified Man For I hereby announce my candidacy
1 for the ottLce of State Senator from
the 16th Senatorial Dletrlctt con
t I Tire Office"YOUR pricing Bradford and Union Coun-
I... and If elected 1 promlsto/ J
falthfully perform the duties af
SUPPORT AND VOTE API'RECIATEDI'aLl this office to the but. of my ablllt, 1
You vote and support wlU bosr.atlly

RespecUul'appreciated yours.
( Political Atlv.) "I O.-FRED ANDR1WS.)!

-- ----- .- -. .-- -- .---.---- I FOR IITAT SIINATOILI
:/ hereby. announce. my candidacy
for State Senator (rein the 15th
H..natorlal l1..trlct. 1 have always
felt and worked for the aid of aid
and needy peopl I believe. In care.

Brinley Plows & Repair Parts ful It IIpen.\lnlf elected, and I promise low taxe.full coil .
..dentlou" service to the beet. ofmy
ability 1 earnestly solid
tour vote and eubinet the
Democratic Primary:: of May .
'. Sincerely your friend ..........
Clarence A. Hobertll.

I ht'r..hy announce for the orrisif
Sheriff of Bradford County cut,.
J..ct to the will of the. voters I In
the n..mo..rntlo Primary ot Mayt ..
d y elected I will make you onromtee .
and that Is to make you
on. of the best officer" you have 41
ev.r had.
F. P. (Block) Jonell.

I hereby announce my candldac,,
tor the oftlce of County Commis. '
loner for HI"trlct One (Lawt.y)
Bradford. County Florida. Jft'1..ot..d. NEW WHITE SID E"J\ ALLTi
I. promise to give faith
ful. en.rg..tln and "cl.ntlous
..orvice to thlll Important office..
I will at all limes h. ready torontt'r
and advice with qty contltuents .
and In my douse as. Corn .efoneZ'e
",1"lon..r to carry out their will
and work for the beet Interest af
>r our dl.trlct and connt,.. Your sup
Also Garden Tractors port will b. deeply app..eclrtt..d..1. .
H. Monde '

u ,
FOR {'ot' 'rY CONM11n10VDR! ; .
I hereby announce. my candldneeor ,
County Commlulon..r of Dix'

i net vote and Three support(South will Rtarke be).er..atl Your. ;,.

FOIL CO"' 'O"I.onn
..M GUY ANDREWS Owner Itl"h.t Three
f hereby annonnre my "Rndlda..ylor :
I, the office of County Commie. for the first time in
141 w. Call St. Phone 26 Inner ot DIr.t..I.t No. Three. con. NON, years, you can get
f' I>rl..ln" the South Ittarke' Precinctublect long-wearing Firestone De Luxe 4
tn the win of the vn'.re ,
.. n the Prdmarlee l In May, elect
:J" Tires with swank white
t. d I shall continue" to give very Champion new sidewalls -

. ..eat eMortc tn the dl"rharJr" of mydutl.
{, -- - -- ---- -'- ..... It hue been my pleaeur.. give your car that new look. Even if
tn serve In tMe capacity for thu.
pa"t seven y"an and I feel. like ICIOn your tires are only partly worn, you'll get lull
I the
continue to fIve mv people
j'' CORRECTION ".rvh'her are they.nUtI.d.deeh'e and to which allowance for the unused mileage if you tradeinon

I Ii" Your. vote and I"pport will be
I I a set of these smart new tires.
In compiling the figures I I. my ad last I Ip I ppreciated -.1. I. Wynn

p t I week I lost 9 cf ts. This was supposed

71 to be my part of the dollar. I could jusf I 1 Foil Am a CLERK"Andldl\t.rUUT'T for r..t..tlon r01'RT COME IN TODAY fOR

tify this error by Raytn the dollar Is an 10 the offlre of Clerk or <'1..r"ltC."rt. _,

Inflated one. COULD liE. p..opl". subject In the nest to the Democratic will, nf Prl'mRrl. the
i if
I am indebted to the. people nfthh.
if .
County for their friendship. .
.rapport and .n..nurR..m.nt, and lIf
r..I..t.d. I will r..nd..r. I..lthful ALLOWANCE
f:; SERIOUSLY ...rvh' In the office and take ...v.ryoc..aalon
for ".pr..ulnf my app..e..lRllon -
:" I of your .onl".n..e.A. .
,:>\. 1\Iy business, like all businesses Is gradually J. Thnm''

," decreasing. This means reducing NOTICE
Notice Ie hereby given that the
-1 jr personnel which means mployment. U I nnRrd 01 County "ommla"lon..ra of

.J\ I had the laundry and dry cleaning business ':rvtor"R County blbu F I tld'n;rllllF re.. FIRESTONE FIRESTONE FIRESTONE

: that Is being sent to OtIT"F-TOWN I ..nary 2nd. lt1U on idiot and ma.t..rl"l. .. FIRESTONE
.. for Installation of an enirged
i t. > establishments I could furnish employI' ), electrical feed In eervlee. titthe Cleaner &
;' In Starke County Court 1I0u. at Rtarke.Flnrh'a. EXHAUST
> ment for people as
,,; as many B.
; ..:.::, it takes to service that amount of launtfr r.l"t of \\fat..I... end Rp.elflea' Fan Belts polish
h. obtained the officef .
inns may A' DEFLECTORS
dry and dry cleanln THAT MONEY Clerk of "Irrult Court In the. e Also
WOULD STAY IN STARKE. C.nlv "nurt "ou...... AU Sizes
II fly Order nl the Board of County
i nntmlceloners.: Also For Speedy Wash
A. J. Thames, .

: I! To the Call Street merchants who have It. Clerk Grill Guards On Sale ALL AUTOS And

.. RO unanimously cooperated with the City ti

.', I I In handling the parking troubles there Is TOO FAT? Get SLIMMER Chamois

i : still some space len around my comer.f .

f I I Incidentally you can bring your suit new food candy way .. .. : :.1 .

: I -''t when you come to work in the morning eve a taw. ..lrnder. lfI'1I""rultf'S

I I and take It back cleaned _and .pressed this AYDS Candy Way.
when you go home In the afternoon. ISCOVERY. No no leitv .
,., no eserpune."C& plenty.ma .
Junius 1\1. Smith don't cut out any meals.ou .

.. .simply which .ulontatkally tale AYUS helot.eel. curbs. Firestone Home & Auto
the.ppett.. Tile react.I.you eat Supply
1_ and loss .llIht. AlOIft:1II : ,
<,, Jms.
t ph""seer suprrvurd d.ntcol.tests
al report quick and sale kw.. I
:',thewer lit)AYDS.. .N IIYxPEalNaArt '
1 600 Temple Ave. J. P. RORERTS. Owner STARKE
I Start the AYD9 Plan Only$151' iw ,

a.I1..t.full 3.S-days.....I.supply-peaNy......Ighton lhe vorryli..t mots then"" you..,
ear-:1: rJ.x4.J.Cwus In,phone.Of ,wn_,.e.


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