Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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ttin In The Shade I I

With Colonel Bradford.. .. !

umbling over the Bands of a south Blanding range the ther BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

the wake of duPonfs fast-walking: Harry Cannon the Old

I could not help but offer thanks (between wheezy breaths)

it long last someone has found a use for this desolate waste-'

Official County Publication Established In 1877

few of us old times with durable memories remember the time

..dustrlous northerners had flourishing orange groves aroundy -VOLUME SEVENTY WrARr. FLORIDA. FICIDA.-y nT 'A iv13-i9.a8- NUMBER FIFTEEN7

freeze of tlie '90's ended this brief -
Lake but the big exploite -- --

[camphor orange farm growers east never of Kingsley tried again.- some Then of there the old was trees the still 111-' Morgan To Run Gray Ladies Entertain Lake City Vets Long AnnouncesFor

i. But Just about the time this ''project should have started .

came synthetic camphor and blooeyt!-another bud- .
off-along For School .

Eidustry bit the dust Supt. o J .. .' Ii' ,. Tax CollectorEugene

(I" non-use (except for the Eden-like "
en after a century strip Harmon P. Morgan this week I" .
lake-front, always a mecca for summer vacationists M. Gene
t: Klngsley ) announced his candlilacyfor Sup :< ( ) Long announced -

I the fevered five-year war period when the once desolate sandloiiml erintendent of Public Instruction .. .. .r' ; ;yesterday that he would]

themselves_ training ground for thousands upon thousBRADFORD of Bradford County in the May Ii: \ be a candidate for tho office of

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County Tax Collector In the May
; .
.' ,, primaries
A I' .
; Long was reared In Bradford
8-A !{ -
o-J-q County and Is the of
son E. C.
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FRIDAV '. : Long of Brooker.
FEBRUARY" 6, 11M8 .., ." \ an early settlerof
CTI'r COURT. BRADFORD ... that community. He was educated
February f' -
1''. FLORIDA list 1948 In the ;
IN CHAN.- named Court and above You are required to ] In the local schools and was
cause, appear on
Berllnaky. PlalntffT. vs. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford wherein Court March 1, 1948 In the above named CARD OF THANKSWe j \ graduated from Bradford High
County and
I,olden. 6274.Berllneky, Defendant. Order in Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues this seeks. divorce.cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County wish to express our ap- _. ,, -'tf School. He waa then employed]

DER OF PUBLICATION seal Witness at my hand and official In Telegraph next four shall publish this Order predation for the many kind expi by the Agriculture) Adjustment
D NOTICE TO APPEAR Starke Florida, this list Witness weekly lusues. 1 eestuns of love and
'B OP FLORIDA of January 1948. my hand and official seal sympathy Administration in the County
to June '
: at
Berlinsky, whose residenceare 'I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. 1948.Starke, Florida this January 27, shown by all in the loss of our I Agent's office. ,
own Clerkof l.cloved
required to appear John 3. Henderson E.q., St.Thoma.'j (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. -,J. Thomas, little son and brother Before entering the service he
on Clerk Mr.
of and
ry Court 21st and 1948, In the above Atty., Florida.for PIt. E. K. Perryman said Htarke Court., Fla. Mrs. Leslie L. Libby Sr., worked for the Cragg Construction
1-23 Mary
cause, wherein Louise Leslie
Atty.I Jr.
for Pit. Bobble,
Co. ml
f seek divorce. Bradford IN CIRCUIT 4t 2-20 and Joan.uury Camp Standing, later
Telegraph tllll publish COVWT. BRADFORD serving almost three In the
rial in nest four weekly COUNTY. :FLORIDA IN CHAN. \OTICH '.'0 <'O\TR4CTOR8I!!
CERY. OI-'FIl'I-J OF IIIK arvin a _._ 17 S. Army Air forces. Since
ell jay hand and official Hill H. A.Defendant Hill, Plaintiff, vs. Edith M.' D"P.Ut'I.tII: !\!'"' no AH 21, 1948. I his discharge from the Army he

ary, Stark, 1948., Florida, this list ORDER OF PUBLICATION Case No. 8272 Tallahassee. Florida A( Vesta Bond Mrs. Gladys : tl'lto and talk with the men. has been In business with his

IAL SEAL) .A..J. Thomas, I STATE AND) NOTICE OF TO APPEAR CONSTRUCTION January- FEDERAL 26. 194! AID I, Mn.. James Seymour, It \I.. to be hoped that In time father' In the contracting and
As Clerk of said FLORIDA to: Edith PROORAM Cbas. Mian
Court. Harper
1\(. Hill whose Evange- more church women will see this '
Henderson B q., St. AUKUSor" residence and addresS Sealed bids will be lumber business
received at: and has also
is Morse Mn. Clara Colson
III. unknown. this office from Qualified an their opportunity to take
Plf. 1-23 42-I3 You' are required to appear on tors until 10:30: A. M. (E.S.T.Contrac Clara Latterman. and Mrs been engaged In farming.,
__ February 23, 1948 In the the 19th day of ) on Christianity Into the lives of these
named Court and above the February 1948 for: O. .R. Morse and Mrs. Harry : Long U married to the' former
CUP Cork, BRADFORD plaintiff cause, wherein construction of the following men. It was a touching sight to

irr. Fi.oiuuAi. 1V: CHAN.ilo County Telegraph eeeks divorce.shall Bradford Federal Federal Aid Aid Projects: oty., of the Red. Cross office lee them rat last week's picnic Marian Dowllng daughter of Mr.

Order In next four weekly publish. this 4-.1.1 Ct). Jobs Secondary Project No. ..J" and and Mm.'B. J. Dowling of Starke.and .
Ppndaro PlaIntiff. Issues. Nos. 2910201. 3907. ] thin white some on crutches
da Francesea Maria vs. Witness my hand and official 201 and 2X04-201. State Bradford they: have one daughter. Mra.
Spadaro. Rna No. County Chapter
at with bent
Stance Florida U. Bradford limping or backs enjoying
mt Case thisJan Columbia.
I ER OF1 PUBLICATION 8271. uary( 11. 1>48. Bounties, between Htate and Hoad Union No proud .of Its Gray Lady this chance to sit under I Long Is office nurse for Dr. U. H.

1 D .VOTIfK 1'0'APPFJAR OFFICIAL SEAL) .A..J. Thomas JB and Brooker.. Work consists of and'there Is a great need Adams In Stark
As Clerk
and eat
I of said Court. the the oaks by the lake, _
PE construction
''" Francesea FLORIDA Maria to: Mrs. Oen. L. Patten Starke, Florida 18' wide of; a four S" H.B.R.M. the service of more kindly home-cooked food. I e' .-- --- -..
__ !: SoadIOHB grlflfe" concrete
.. residence and address-- Atty. for Pit. l-2 U-. -112.. ; -Small dralnaira at".O". .... .. who are not able to forget
>vince of Trapanl Rossottl ana incidental items. 'The net total f A note from the hospital since I
mo, Italy. length Is 17.570 miles In men for whom the war la still
CIRCUIT Cotfl?. certified then tells that the picnic Is still
BRADFORfl check
I In the
are required to amount of present The
( COUNTY. 120,00000 reality. Gray
appear on FLORIDA l:> will
v 23 required. being discussed and that those
1948 In
the tl'IIV
above For visit the veterans
Court each un
and cause, Florence Taylor proposal a certified who fortunate
wherein be
were enough to
Stanley, '
f Plaintiff check In the ( ;
seeks divorce. Bradford! vs. Robert K. amount stated above, afternoou a week reading to
Stanley Defendant. made payable As placed on the favored list the
Telegraph shall publish this Case No. 2IO. to the Chairman of by
the State H. patients', writing letters for
n nut four Road Department w- '
weekly Issues. ORDER 011' PUBLICATION with doctors are being envied.
the .
IBM my hand and official AND NOTICE TO APPEAR necessary State's Documentary playing records helping

Slarke 1948. Florida this Jan- K.STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert each Stamps bid attached All checks must shall accompany be IV: corrective exercises and oth- The local Red Cross Chapter

ML SEAL) A..J. Thomas Mrs.Stanley J. B. ,Stanley whose 1109 residence Hawthorne Is: % for titled within 80 days. of the date cer of physiotherapy such' will be glad to give information

lie As C. Clerk Conner of, D.said C. Court. Drive.You Norfolk are required, Virginia. will receiving not be accepted bids Cashier's The checks checks : ,handcraft and games.' But regarding< Gray Ladles to anyone

Ik Landrum Starke. Fla. February 16, 1948, In to the appear above on deposited.of the two lowest bidders will be important of all. they 11seddish Interested in this service.
r Plf. '
1-23 4t 2-13 named Court and cause, -
wherein All
work to be done In accord '
plaintiff seeks \

' PLouln", i:> ('HUN.: County Telegraph shall publish this Road Department. dr.. l [
Special Qualifies
Order I
In next four attention -
A. Batsford Witness weekly Issues. Is called to Special Provisions Children'sCommission : It
Plaintiff my hand and official seal. which t
va will be
E. furnished
at with earh
Batsford, Defendant Starke, Florida, this January 12, proposal. I

)ER 6245 OP 1948.(OFFICIAL SEAL Proposals will be furnished to .. Sheriff Race Set UpThe i
_T PUBLICATION ) A. J. Thomas, Qualified Contractors
NOTIfK upon applica
TO APPEAR As Clerk of .said LJ
Court. tion
IK l OF R. to this office FOR THE SUM
FLORIDA Duncan Bradford Committee
to 204 Lynch County -
: Rhubla BuildIng OF $5 FOR BACH '
ford whose residence 1.1 % Jacksonville I Plans may be purchased. PROPOSAL. { ;: sf'WI' ,
Delivery from this of the Florida Children's Commission
Atty. for -
Saskatoon Plf.
1-18 ,
Sask, 4t 2-6 ,office for the sum of 55 Cm, .....i.
are requIred to net. No proposals will -be--Issued; 'jtwt! .Tua.dsY.morning"I InJ

Court Y 18. and 194R, In appear the above on TO: J. NOTICE C. CHANDLER TO APPEAR reived unless by requests this. office for them at least are re-24 Aa( / the office of ,County Judge E2. K.
cause. wr..reln dress ad- hours' prior to the Ray" )
Is time
seeks unknown. for'Opening
divorce. Bradford bld -. Ferryman and elected Mrs. Ed-

Tel'llra.Ph next tour shall publish this certain WHEREAS cause now It appear.pending In in that All bids must. show totals. for ward' burns' chairman of the
the '
Weekly '
issues. Gene
each Item IV Lone
|u my hand Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial and total amount of bid
Ofirke, Florida,and this official Circuit of Florida In and for Brad- Inserted on the cover of the pro. ( group.
ford ponal. (
1943* J. H County Morris, In and Chancery his wherein The right Is reserved to reject Sam Purpose"of the organization Is Long Is a resident of Stance
LA.SEcLv, A. J- Thomas Mae Morris wife. Annie any or all bids. and U a member of the Masonic
pray for to
nf said the adoption study the problems of youth
("nurt. of Sylvia Elaine j I STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT 6281. .
!Skipper St., WIfJ".m. FlI4/r.. said Sylvia Elaine Chandler Chandler! that the OF FLORIDA. in' the county and to see that, Lodge. He has been very acUve

Jacksonville Flor- !minor child of the said J_ I'ler r-i.-Is the,"- F. f!. Bayless, Chairman. such matters, whether health or In the veterans' agriculture program

|r Plf. 1-18 4t 1-8'' and and the that Pont. the Office place address of' residence;;; ,E C.Engineer DeGarmo State l-ao- 2t Highway 1.8DflIlfl ret l ; ;; ;; social problems are channeled and ls presently serving as
of -- -
CI'IT ( said J. C. the president of the farming Veterans -
"OW'RT. BRADFORD, Chandler Is unknown to through the proper agency.
TV FLOIIIDA Petitioners, and that % OF PUBLICATION AND
I'll CR"V.: there Is no OrganizatiOn of Bradford
person or persons In the State of' NOTION TO APPKAIt pear As suggested by the statewidesetup
Van Del' Rurb Florida the service of TO: Leonard J. Solomon of Pres County.
Plaintiff a summons the Committee here Is composed
Sheridan In tire,
nt. Case No.Van 12112.D..r Burgh bind Chancery the said upon J. C. Chandler whom would you Building.C'N.. York Empire 1, New State York. .. << of the County Judge, 'E. K. In announcing his candidacy for

ER 1II0TIC'F OF PUBLIt"ATJ .said are therefore ordered to appear In Esther You'' are .r: r.m'ltlt:: that 01''< Perryman; a member of the I Tax Collector Long ,stated that
: Dorothy
1'0 cause on or. before has filed
m OF FLORIDA to: Mae day of February 1948.. otherwise a Bill In the nature of a Rill of at School Board. J. E. Drown; a he would endeavor to uphold the

e h Van D..p Burgh Wtro.e the allegations of said Petitioner. Court Review of against you In the Circuit 24.( member of the Board of CountyCommissioners r splendid standards let by retiring
: will
Unknown ba taken as confessed. Florida Eighth Judicial
ore required to IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Circuit In and for Bradford County. As. ( P. D. Deddlsh; arepresenattlve Collector' Carl A. Knight

v Court 15. 194Q, In the appear.above on this order he published once each In. Chanrery, In that certain cause Atty.D FJ of the District Welfare "The vote and support of the
and week for tour consecutive Leonard J. Solomon Plain )
leeks d Ivnr..... Bradford wherein In the Bradford County Telegraph weeks, tiff, versus Either Dorothy Solomon iv: Boa id, S. 10.: Sparks: and a people of Bradford County will
'r.lelJrnr h .shall publish this a newspaper of general circulation Defendant wherein the defendant ( representative of the State Boardof I be welcomed and respected" he
neat tOil published In Bradford moves the Court for an order set Jones.'I.
weekly leeuea. County. Flor. '
"U my tlng aside and Health. Dr. A. Covington. stated.
hand and official' .. Ida.DATED declaring to be null John Jf
Storke. Florida, this .Jan1915 at Starke. Florida this and void and of no force and effect F. V. Ileddlvh n addition to these there are
the final
14th day of Januarv. If41_ decree heretofore. ._...o..rI.. .
AL SnAT' .) A. .7. Thomas I (SEAL) A. In the above captioned ..suit. -- -Vn..-. threo "non-official" members Including Eivin BjornstadAt

Ae Clerk nt paid Cn"rt. Clerk of Circuit Court.J-1'hnma"'j' You therefore hereby re. D. (Pete) Reddish County Mr*. Hums Mrs. K. 1 K.
DOUII'I",. ", Oah.vIUe., County, Fla. quired to appear to the said Illll
Flit. Tabernacle
In the :: from District One
1.111 4 t 2-41 nature of a mil of Review V. : ,, Perryman, Mrs. T. II. Oi Tir rO"R1'. I I no filed against you before the
IIR..DFORO, Mrs. Junius M Smith.
1% FI.OR.0... ... 4JIA'V. I" rinctrrr COURT' BRADFORD ,Clerk of this Court on the let day dress Monday as a candidate
COUNTY FLORID I'V of March 1948 at the Court
lion 5TItchell. CllfVrroitY !!- In Stnrke PYadford County House Florida 1 Sheriff in the May primaries.

Mftchell Defendant.Plalntltt.Case vs. Orlffln W. Carpenter Plaintiff, vs otherwise a Decree Pro Con-- Court.seeks. Reddish has served on the Rotarians Hear
\R Rdna. F. Carpenter, Defendant. Caie fasan will be entered against .
you '. ....
t'I PIIBLTr'ATTON No. 8853.ORDKH. for failure to appear. of County CommUsloners Dr. Luther Bridgers
TO PPFJA"R that this notice ", nine years and when elected
OJl' FLORIDA' tnl NOTICE] TO APPEAR bn published once a week for four '
oil Whose realdence James STATE OF FLORIDA to; Edna consecutive weeks In the Bradford seal his first term held the dis A delightful program of songs,
I. and "
: uarv
Unknown Carpenter, whose residence and County Telegraph a newspaper of the ,
are address. ( ) of being one anecdotes and a stirring messageon .
require4 to last known Is: 2408 Lakeshore having general circulation In Ilracl- "
v 21. 19441. In the appear onhove Drive Shreveport La. ford County. Florida. A.* If not the youngest the Importance of keeping our _
Dolt an,5 You are required to This the 28 day of January l D E. "
appear on 1941.
cause wherein Commissioner ever:' democracy sate from those who
Keek. :February Atty.
divorce 14th 1148 In the above A. J THOMAS
'"rn.." unto her. Bradtnrd former named! Court and cause. whereinpialnclrr Clerk Circuit Court." Bradford In this county. He states would destroy It was presented at

el"lI"raph shall publish this seeks divorce. Bradford County. Florida (SEAL) he Is proud of the record the the Rotary Club Wednesday by
four County Telegraph shall publish thin 1.30 4t 2.20
eo5 Illy hand weekly and official issueC. Order In next tour weekly Issue .. has made during his tenure 'Dr Luther BrldKera who Is con

Iirke, Florid. this JanL Witness my hand and official seal IV: .R'IT (COURT BRADFORD ness as all bills have been ducting a aeries of revival meetings
at Sturke. Florida, thl. 14th of ("O." TY. Almas'
\ FIIAT.i A..J. ;: ,*. CERY.: FLORIDA. IX: CHAN!! promptly. and the county Is i at the First Methodist s
Thomas j..j"JiA1.9
It Hs5 A. Clerk nt said Court ( SEAL) A.J. Thomas. Mary Frances Collins, Plaintiff v. sM Fla, in good financial con- Church. ;
20f-015 Ou.ranty i Aa Clerk of pail Court. Raymond Francis Collins, Defen
If P1t.Jarksonvil,.. PIa. John J Henderson. Esq., St. Augustine dant. Case No. 8291. of the Dr. Brldgcrs was assisted at
Fla. of .' ___
't'iT 1.13. tt 1.13 .Atty. for Pit. 1.18 4t 2-8 AND OROER NOTICE OF Pt'PLICATION TO APPEAR Reddish states that the piano and in a vocal duet by

IT, rOW'RT. BRADFORD STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. terest. but one ambition to carry Mrs. Bridges and was Introduc .

PiORIDUI I" CHINA IN CIRCUIT Corn?. BRADFORD residence Raymond and Francis address Collins.. Is whose terest as Sheriff. This goal is "to-I ed by Rev. W. J. Churchwell pastor
: % John
l McC'ave M'Cave. ;; COUNTY. FLORIDA IV: CHAN.!! F. Collins, 2827 37tn St., Astoria Bradford County a clean of the church.
e-a-fc] ; CKRY. L. L, New York. terest.
< Arthur Markham Plaintiff vs. You are required to 1-30 4t law-abiding place for people The speaker pointed out that
F.R: appear on
I\'OTT"'F,PUBLICATION No. 628*.Markham Defendant. Case March I, 1948 In the above named ." the day of Isolation Is past and
TO Court and ',
n: APPEAR alJ.e. plaintiff"
O FLORIDA ORDER OF PURTJCATTON seeks. divorce. Bradford that the United States must face

.1feCav..". -ho.., residence tOI Ira AND NOTICE TO APPEAK Telegraph shall publish this County Order 0x12. Slight Its responsibilities In the present Elvin DJorn tad, famous tenorof
STATE OF FLORIDA to: neneva .
are In next tour weekly Issues. .. Oslo Norway will be heardn
raqulr.4 to( Markham whose residence and address Witness my hand and official rcara.- world crisis! and fight If necessary
apP.al" 011eleg ; I. unknown. Jail Fire i a program of sacred music at
seal at Starke, Florida., this Jan- graph. to preserve the democratic
the Gospel Tabernacle Thursday
form of government.
heavy damage was reported February 19. The public i Is In
result of a fire that started Senator W. A. Shantls of Gainesville vited.

I afternoon around 5:30: candidate for Governor wasa

aph ottl .1&: Jail. when a large' guest at this meeting and was
t-week. ltating servatlon. Councilman Junlus M. Smith county Fred Andrews
at It was the filled with magazines and Introduced by Lex Green.
)b" "Starling little ,He Is well known in Stark, chairman of the City's Safety I I III With Flu
variety. and the first to be home on Kingsley [Committee, announces that a In the upstairs hall was

krsarUnd ,here ta about 10 having Lake.a summer His daughter is the dangerous traffic hazard will be afire In some unknown way D. H. Smith Offers Fred Andrews of Lake Duller

of : by a lighted cigarette
eliminated with the widening
Dell Gainesville at- As Sheriff Candidate
The wife of S. T. carelessly thrown down. candidate for State Senator from
variety) the intersection of Water Street
M developed by of the late
torney and a grandson this district: sends word to the
elate turned 1 In
ar Abe Starling on his farm Col. W. T. Weeks of St rke. with West Madison (Route 200)). ; Kldd's fire service was station when D. H. (Smitty) Smith qualifiedthis Telegraph that he has been ill

Middloburg. Mr. Batten said Property owners at this Intersection week candidate; for
nd i la \ wa noticed! seeping from as a with flu for the past two weeks
Mr. "c'Ptlo"ally Batten weevil-proof. Pringle QualifiesIn have given the necessary I However' the fire fail Sheriff of Bradford County. and has been confined to his
has the
a couple of right-of-way. for widening
\\18l\els of this spread beyond its actual In announcing for the office i home. 4
variety available Sheriff's Race street (making it possible to
)r seed If I. point. though smoke was I Mr. Smith said: "I am a nativeof "It will probably be'about ten
smooth out bad Councilman -
anybody wants a curve
to try Luell Pringle of Route 2, Smith stated. ( )I according to fire depart, the State of Florida and have day yet before I will be able to

last Friday paid hU qualifying personnel. lived In Bradford County for I get out and start meeting the
The Safety chairman also announced "
8l'RTO A vnoa; a candidate for' several year. I have observedthe public again In Bradford County,
fees as
L. Grady Bradford County. that the city is now removing ; ,'.: TO TOfBISTS duties of the office and If i Mr. Andrew stated. "I just wanted

Ia, candidate Burton Wauchu- Sheriff of I "dangerous" oaks and touurulusts and visitors i given the honor of serving. I will I my friend- know that I haw

erall of ,for Attorney Gen- Mr. Pringle stated that he limbs and will appreciate It If Invited to atend the meeting perform the duties to the best of I not forgotten them and that I

to Stuke Florida W1IJI a' rteitor would make a formal announce- property owners will notify the the Tourist Club Tuesday. my ability." will be around again before long.**

Wednesday afternoon. ment ate later date. 1 city of such hazards. I;I


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said fictitious 1
EIGHT In the Hall. of the Clerk oj Lht !::?, '%J
the night
spent of Bradford _
ia a as a >sa s B B BaBaB a County _
-- Gets New Equipment Troop 70 Seeks The next day the Troop hikedto Notice In t hereby given that the R. A"",& '

Play I Health Department 13 New Members the west gate of Camp Elan- undersigned ore engageS In business 'he.lhllt
BHS Cagers Mondays of Charlea P.
Clinic activities fictitious name
Scouting the
Giving Chest X-rays ; ding took part in under "Ih
For Week the following terjtvtert
With at
Scout and Moving
Return Game made During there cooked dinner, Alma. V. Ima'
examinations 689. Stark, iI'ttri
Tonight : The Bradford County Health Any x-ray and in made the return hike. The actual address: Box tne tere.t.1-30 4t 2-20 _
chest register _
Gainesville of the Scout Troop 70 Intend to
be only anil
I I Department la proud to announce will Tuberculosis. Thia Starke's Boy marching time for the 14 1-2 Fla.,

BHS basketecrs will be out for that It has recently procured and the Interest examinations of for dtagrnosls is increasing: its Scouting! activities miles was three hours.

revenge tonight (Friday) when I I Installed In the clinic building, will include of all individuals with any as well as staging a member "Scouting Is a golden opportunity -

they clash with Gainesville In the Starke, x-ray, equipment for the chest pathology and ship drive for 13 more "sincere" for boys between the ages

Starke Armory at 730.: the two i,I purpose of finding and and follow-up casea of for suspicious follow-up examinations of all boys. Scoutmaster E. 1: Shull announced of 12 and 18." said Mr. Shull CLOTHING & SHOES

Only three weeks ago of suspected proven suspects and known cases at this week. The drive last Monday. "With the Interestof

were neck-to-neck with 24 Tuberculosis.This I annual Boy so high, we can't # -
teams present In our files. will highlight the the boys '
the half when Starke'susual equipment was sup service' .,,: ,
at -
points x-ray Clinic schedule for this Scout Week Feb. 6 13. miss. .
Vance ..
high scorers, Spike the Bureau of Tuberculosis to 3:00 m., at T:30: on .
fouled plied through will be from 1:00: p. "The Troop has 18 enthusiasticboys Scout meetings are '. '. :

and Frank Dryden. were Galnes- Control State Board pt each Monday. at the Health Department who are really interested in Monday nights in the Legion Hall.

Dut of play allowing the Building on Church St. of interested in the movementare
ahead to the final Health. In recent years the movement. I'm proud Boys
rille to forge is requested that Interested Individuals capable of, to attend.
Coach Carson has been for Mobile X-ray It them because they are urged
of policy Health Department -
Icore consult
wild that Indications showa Clinics to visit this county at certain going places in Scouting and
Gelger"hot" game Is In the offing. intervals but In the future for an appointment Troop has room for 13 more boys Deputy Collector FOR

will play. will be a continuous til further notice. Just like them." the Scoutmaster .
B squads this service
Doth A and Health Dept.A. .
three Bradford, Bradford County laid.I Will Aid TaxpayersHere
will serve
played and
The BUS cagers program; Md. Director.at .
Hawthorne teams Tuesday night Clay and Union Counties. Y. Covington. Mr. Shun described the work of Next Week The ENTIRE FAMILYFRIDAY

and dropped "one! -- the recently appointed Assistant ,
won two games I
squad lost 43-32. wnlcn Fort Jackson, S. C. Scoutmaster Fred Betta as "mag- Deputy..Collector,_of .Internal _. -

The A Hawthorne undefeatedfar 110 Crosby AnnouncesFor Corp. Kirby Swindell and Pfc ..41..._. to.'U'_. u_.... __.._._- "

,' makes salll Virgil Robinson are sclleduledlattend 1
this year. Coach Geiger Supervisor
explanation would an Army "motor schcj

that "any excuse," but he for a 3 1-2 month period beg III

sound pointed like out an that Lewis. Haynes nlng February 19. The sch) FEBRUARY .6. 1948 DKADF0811 coUNTY TELEGRAPH ::

in mechanl .
the first quat. trains specialists
was Unqualified In MondaFOH I Sworn to. with the CoumJ
B -3.
ter. High scorers were Vance work and Is located at Fort the Democratic Primary of May 4, of Bradford County, Floi'jJ'
Students reco Political In eight month from th.til
Frank DrYllen ning Georgia. 1948.
and ,
with 14 ringers / wt Sincerely your friend, COUNTY COMMISSIONERI lleatlon of this notice or U.or J
with 12. full pay and allowances Announcements Clarence! A. Roberta. hereby announce my candidacyfor debt will be barr.d J
Hawthorne under training. County Commissioner of District Statute of Limitation.: ala I
BUS glrln won their Three (South Starke). Your all claims or debt', CS
36-32 with two players, Capt. McClane pointed out i FOR SHERIFFI vote and support will be greatly estate, to the undarnlgi

game Carlle I'.Iae advantage of attending the An: hereby announce for the office. appreciated. This Februoryjfih, 19..:
Alma Thomas and FOIl STATE SENATORI of Sheriff of Bradford County, subject -Ira Wilson A. J. THIIS() E\1
tied for high score honors service schools while In Natloi: hereby announce my candidacyfor to the will of the voters inthe 2-6 4t 2-27'
Hall No previous t the office of State Senator from Democratic Primary of May 4. COMMISSIONER
with 14 points bracketed apiece. Guard training. the 16th Senatorial District comprising -. If elected I will. make you one FOil' COUNTY ThreeI IN CIRCUIT ro ItT.COVNIT. RRt
And the B squad won to the tune perience is necessary and 1 ; Bradford and Union Counties promise and that la to make you hereby District announce my candidacyfor Fl.OHIIMi. \
of subjects Includes cot and. If elected. 1 promts' to one of the best officer. you have of County Commissioner VERY.
range of the office
: of a close 119. faithfully perform the duties ever had. 'of District No. Three; comprising Herbert Vanderpool Pliltl
Beside tonight's game with ing and baking mechanical wo thin office to the bent of my will ability.bo F. P. (Puck) Jones. the South Starke Precinct, Rosa Vanderpool, Mefenilul
and support
and radiopair. of the votersIn No. 8316.
on communications subject to the will
Gainesville two matches are receives ri Treatlly appreciated. FOR COU.NTY: COMMI! !SIOKKH the Primaries In May. If elect. ORDER OP PfBLlCAT
the agenda next. week. All three The student Respectfully O. FRED your ANDREWS. : I hereby announce my candidacyfor ed. I shall continue to give my very AND NOTICE)J TO APPtJ
Alachua there ular Army pay and allowancThe the office of County Commlo- best efforts to the discharge of my STATE OF FLORIDA t I I.
teams will play commander said "loner for District One (Lawtey) duties. It ha. been my pleasureto Vanderpool. whime re.ld...
next Tuesday. BHS won i all company Bradford County. Florida. It serve In this capacity for the address Is: % :Monroe IllikJ
1 In previous match many as possible" will be sent:; FOR S'rATE : .elected I promise to five! faithful past seven years ar.J I feel like I Wolcott, New York.
three games a the local unit I hereby announce my candidacy energetic and conscientious can continue to give my people the I You are requlri-il. IcMarth tp'
with Alachua. And next Thurll. the schools for State Senator from the 16th service to this Important office service they desire and to which 8104S, In the abovil

will meet P. K. On the state-wide scale Fl Senatorial District I have aid always of old twill at all times be ready to thev are entitled. I Court and cause, wherein pj,
the girls for the
day felt and worked confer and advise with my constituents i Your vote and support will be seeks divorce. rlraOMl
, Yonge In the Starke Armory at Ida's National Guard is now 01 and needy people. I believe....In careful and In my duties a. Commissioner appreciated. Telegraph shall publish thtl
spending and low tax. out their will J. I Wynn. In next four weekly IHHUM.. f
,. 367: men short of Its pre-vi to carry *_
: ( If elected I promise full conscientious hand anil
and work for the best Interest __. Witness my
1:30.Coach Geiger reported a "1'crowd" strength according to Gen. Ma, service to the bent solicit of our district and county. Your sup COURT seal at Htarke, Florida, \\I.\\
Albert Lee Crosby Jr., veteran my ability. I earnestly appreciated.CLASSIFIED FOR CLERK CIRCUIT 6. 1948OFFICIAL .
state adjutant generThe will be deeply rotary
with W. Lance port re-election
to for
at Tuesday's game your vote and support subject I am a candidate ( SEAT.: ) A. J."
But he remarks, of World War II and County Ser- state military organlzatl _.- -- to the office of Clerk of Circuit As. Clerk ;>f nil]
Hawthorne. the
vice Officer, announced this week officers and enlist -- -------- --- -- Court, subject to the will of Deo. L. Fatten, Starke! riM
overcrowd had 3,941 next Democratic Primaries. -
been the
haven't people In
t "We of Atty. for PI t. Mi)
as a candidate for Supervisor to World War II. .
leats men prior
yet. There are Indebted to the people of
Registration, subject to the May now has 3,374 all of whom ha this I am County for their friendship Ann Kelly Plaintiff w.
left. .
andIt Case :Tn
Primaries.In enlisted since August of 1946 H support and encouragement Kelly, Defendant ptRLlr.'I'AND '
faithful ORDER OF
I will render
RULED PRACTICE PAVE making his announcement The adjutant general said LOST Key ring bearing name service re-elected In the office and take every NOTIC-R TO APPE
FOR YOUR CAR we have a new P. Leu Inc.,' Orlando, Fla. appreciation STATE OP FLORID\ lo' '
stated that "Th the Harry for expressing my
Mcliool children. 73oream. a Mr. Crosby expects to equal pre-w Immediate occasion
radio and
9x12: for PHILCO auto Two keys on same ring. Finder confidence.A. Kelly: whose residenceIs
. -Bradford County Tele. younger generation which helped strength before April 1. Installation. As low as "3.60. lease leave at Telegraph office. of your J. Thomas.FOR unknown. *
SHEPHERD RADIO 4tp 213FOR You are required tn.up
should not $2 reward.'
the war .
fight Madison streets, Stark the ahovii,
Court at COVSTY COMMISSIONERJjss1RICT March 8, 1948, In
retire from public responsibility School Board Hears tf KENT until September with NO. ONE Court .and cause, wheroin |4
but should aid in promoting bet option of buying -6-room house, I hereby announce my candidacy weeks divorce. Brndfonl I
graph.W.C.T.U. ttol
furnished or unfurnished; 6 acres Commissioner Telegraph shall puhllnn
AND of County
CITY. office
ter government." He feels tha Delegation Request LIST YOUR FARM. fronting on Highway 100. Rt. 1, for the of District No. One Lawtey) In next. four weekly Imtml

he Is pointing the way by his BUSINESS PROPERTY Pox 144. Name on box and gate: subject tn the will of the votersof Witness my hand and I
I ui
Officer Stp-2-6 Florida, |
Attendance i Tnoma.s Campbell. this district In the May Pri real at Starke,
\VII.\T CIGItETTESnE announcement and states that 1 i I mary. If elected I shall give my ruarv 8, 19H.fOFJrICIAL ,.,
f: A.
Interested in and \ lilt: 8AL.K-Uond mule work anywhere efforts to the discharge of my SEAT.)
GOOD FOR vitally any best
am Board of ti1 1 1T.
Bradford County's Jeff Lewis, Clerk
and gentle. of this District As
Home time ago the cluarrt all activities that will aid and Public Instruction at Its meetli t! ) S-rROUT nen.U4TATBmlTertter UKAI. Route 2. Box 128. Stark 2tp 2-6 duties and for County.the benefit Frank Landrum;, Stnrk z.I',

manufacturers sent! out a pMk. Improve our County and State." .;.....t..t of "OUII.pO' NEW REMINGTON PORTABLE Having nerved two terms as .. for r Plf.

age of cigarettes to a numb Crosby was born at Brooke In the Courthouse Monday eutorlzed 5roierfy. .!.. .made. ovrrR.OOA !typewriters Bradford County County I feel Bond I am Trustee well In qualified this County to IN ciHCt'iT -coint.COT'NTY. SRI\
miles of tinmen FrinAere.45J tf
flf high school boys ulth thl." and has lived In Bradford Count; the purchase of a na llnrrro from all ..*.. 'he Telegraph. give the service the people desire FLOIHDlllllPauTlne'sionaker

letter all his life. He attended school school bus, agreed to consid World Free onto latin*. LOST! -Two horses, one red one and to which vote they and active are entitled.Your support. "ERT. rlalotll''

: "l)t>ar Friends: I in the county from the first grade two requests jointly made by tl E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY fa black.Richard Black Bennett i Is branded., Lawtey Return Fla. will ba highly appreciated. Hugh Slonaker, Defendant |

"We ax Rending )'011 a plU'k..! through high school. After grad Starke Woman's Club and tl t'tIr.entfld| I..wly By _lip -'-" -O. J. Phillips. N0ORDER ('11"' T't'T1LIl'
ago of our purest cigaretteWe .. uatlng from BUS In 1938 he attended PTA. and accepted, the resign .. I' HOI LINOSWOKTH FOR RENT- 4-room unfurntihcd FOR !lt1'PERI"'TF."D.J' AND NOTICE OF FLOmm TO APPtI U

hnpa that you \\lll line th..m the University of Florida tion of Dr. W. E. Mlddleton as; ". 116 So. Walnut Mt." '. apt. with private bath. Also 4.. av wish pi'ni.ir to announce MrnrrTioNI that I am a Slonaker STATE, whona resia n'' '"
4 furnished apt. (2
ta jour HUtlKfat'tlon'! ,,'ant one year before entering the U member of the Board! of Trustee"At 202 room N. Cherry St. Up candidate for re-election as your I dress Is unknown.required to on.Marrh .

more." i S. Marine Corps where he served a previous meeting on Ja: County School Superintendent.. of You are 1848. In the nb "
I I1 MATTRESSESOP FOR SALTC' OR TRADE-1940 Chevrolet im very grateful to the people 8, wherein P
<\n'' boy repllwl: five years. 10 1.2 months. He uary 5. the Superintendent hi ALL KINDSRENOVATED plok-up truck.-A .D. Cron- Bradford County for the privilegeof Court and cause "

'. //1 "I recclvt'il the package
'4 cigarettes and used them to mmitUfactlon. of the Jap sneak attack, and wai one 48-passenger school bus tx< \V\NTED-Oood, used dining room You can be proud of your school In next. four weekly and I..u.a oflat
I In sul ..,, Bradford Countv sy.t..m-It Is. the result oft combined Witness mv hand
them bids
I steeped discharged Sept. 10, 1949. and chassis. From four Telegraph.''te. Notify It efforts of all.I Starke, Florida, this r

a quart of water and IIprayPCI the Marine mltted the one selected Monda /1. respectfully. solicit your vote 3. 194*. A. ICarles .P
After leaving
bu..heM. the $2 Household furnishings.Pertroom and support during. the coming (OFFICIAL SEAL)
buR-lnfrstcd rose "lowest and best" was FOR SALK- nt ti'l
our Corps. Crosby returned to the as ..... suite, dinette suite, living election, and K I re-elected' to this. A" Clerk
Every: bug llrd. Those elf for and since then 900 bid of the Torode Chevrol ? room furniture extra choirs, position I will continue to serve R. ness' 204-05. Fit
farm one year .yqckeonvtli5.A
arrtti'n sure atw a guod pol..on.| Company. The bus was' deliver J extra bed, hlghrhalr and baby you with fidelity and falrnesn. Life Rldg. !.' 0
hat been employed under the bed desk Bendlx washer, space Arthur McRae. tty. for Pit.
I .nay want more next: Sprln( State Veterans Commission aa that afternoon. heater bedsprings and mattress. OF1 stiR, '
If bugs from Ui Publicof
any County Service Officer for vet The joint delegation Itp NO. B The Board of
(Fla. Good News, Jan. 1818) and their families and defendants Woman's Club and PTA requests I hereby announce my candidacy the County of accept! *P.1ti
erans AND REFINIS5IED Commissioner of District Florida will :
TOR SALT) Narcissi lIe dosen. for County I of fl'l"on
using the same court- that the Board furnish transpol Drop Fn A Card Mm. .T. H. Flolris. Stark' It No. 6. comprising Irooker certain Items of tra d.Cr'
from the outlying count and' New River Precincts, subjectto equipment hereAfter '
ot! tatlon '
louse office as the Supervisor for th ,. .,HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. FOR FUI.'F'-nn. Florence oil stove the will of the Democratic vote Bus No.4; :B"'y.7.Chassis .-"!
Registration for this work. lie is towns every Friday night Box: 230 Palatka. Fla. rtMet .vIe with Innldo oven. ers In the Primaries In May. Ford; Yenr,
and Is married to PTA sponsored recreation perlon Us-d' 6 months. On "sVsMorfrnM The vote and active support of B11111.3 2581'1. '
oM II15Chassis
28 years ... .,.._.. Wody !
hoard .e*. foal, r>r w ndVn |"" the voters In the district are earn Bus No. 7: U36I"' !
Violet Townsend.He the school annex bulldlng.T T. SWnilnm solicited and I promise Uelncted Ford Year, ;
the former INSURANCE write all linenflrv. -t''>. slIght) tied d estly ;
First decided that the matt. ntitumoblli', I t.t hi liLy. and d04 V rrrv "t ito to continue to dischargethe BP1 8-3070542. )ttfChassl (I
of the
Is member fair Body
a dutieS of the office In a Bus No. 21;
for Inxuranc ,
; *
futu llfo See mi your ya'
Men's Dungarees Church and also holds would be considered at a need N. D. Wainwrlitht Jr.. 125 FOR' 8/IT/K/ -Oxe 4-ft THio-The-m and Impartial manner, as I have ". Chevrolet;
Baptist meeting. I W. Call fit.. Phone 154. tf &.,....-.'". h......,. One n'rtahtaY'"orpoo endeavored to do In the past.M. Motor No. T..96744I. froec mdividual
in the following or. HARRELL.FOR acceptable
membership typewriter. On1"'fr.! O. Rids are t
$1.50 ganizations: American Legion The delegation further requested FOR SALE ..,.>i* motor, slightly undo Tniilr person pnrty rPpres rt .t
.. .. Ptiirlt St." itti.r. "' 1.'PF.RVI"OR authorised agent or
consider the appointment S 1
ho Board to residence.In oU"
Veterans of Foreign Wars. IOOF ONE NEW OF. IIROI"THATIOV of firm group or
Masonic Lodge at of a county attendance ol'leer city limits of Starke, Just com 90 u..".q ...*TT'c.' "h"' ''. I hereby announce-my candidacy: Prospective any purcl1lt.r..i I'.ivlted
Men's Khaki Pants and the to investigate cases of noij\ pleted. Cheap for half cash.. ___..... rn_.....,..... 1"......... eta. for Supervisor of Registration for to Inspect and 'V C
Brooker. One 24x46 building with concrete t.qre ...I..tl, a, mnnl"' ... Bradford County and ask your vote equipment.' Arrang"pntl '
attendance in county schools anx floor. Just north of Blandlng Center ,.....,... f.-am t. werk gunrtot..ivOT I and support. If elected I will carryout : mad for doing bY [
office to
$1.85Khaki 1 seek this serve my enforce the 'state compulsor: for sale at cost. T vwnon PAMF.RX: nTF"" the duties of said office to the. the office of the superlnl.n4'Public
county and state." Crosby said in > Oil PAINT and Concrete Block cTr5s. tf best of my ability. Thanks Instruction. poll
his announcement. "1 awa. These laws provide pena} Paint, cheapest price In town. our friend Parties desiring ti mod"

SHIRTS making .leu for withholding children Iron usEr DOORS, half glass, 2'6"x8'8", *..onIF.N..w" modern 4.roomY T. S .(Tommle) Williams. In the awards to he.I"orrl.....
feet that I qualified to acceptthe above ..
of the
each.FINISIt sale ..1.
school. The Board voted to holt $10 oii... .'nmnl.t.ly| fnrnlfhed' Full' FOR IIKRIFF their .
$1.00Girl's responsibility of the office I LIME.! Cement. Glass Block. .....,.n fr r rlln hrMlws T'irviln ment should file noard nf P'
consideration on the matter unt! Rock. Sund. Concrete Pipe SteppingStones I wish to announce my candidacy posal with the J Jstructlon
"Wn'irrle O
for nil''''' s le.-V. D. Its pr"i
seek and If honored by your House Piers, Mortar Mix ,. ...,t. Jr.. Pfarke' It"V'ANTRD for Sheriff of Bradford County subject through public
ts next meeting. of
choice I shall endeavor to serve Steel Windows. to the Democratic primariesIn !Superintendent' the' ro.'
Dresses of Dr. Middlqon Fill dirt for May. If elected. I will dischargethe tlon at Its office In b
The resignation truck hauling. '
to the best interest of all. Dump. -Someone Interested In duties of the office to the best : nt Starke.' Florida on "nt..,
Sizes 6 to 12 an Trustee of the Special Ta IIale.LAnOE LOTS In city limits of caring for twins .* pnrt time. See' Mm. Luther n the vote and support of all the February 14th. 1948 4
but r .
School No. 1 was accepted, Starke, on high ground | up. n"
Jackson A Clark.Fraaee voters of Bradford County.NELSON ved after the hour j.dlcated
National Guard |20 per mo. QI\valire. corner c"| conoW'
ISO down.
$1.50Girl's was made for nl ItT GREEN will not be
appointment W. do any type of building con. apt. T. Public.In tr '"'",
54 Men struction. Board of .olnn.
Now Has ; vacancy.
I WHITE SAND $).50 per yard In IP' YOIT TTAVE an alcoholic nroh. FOR SHERIFF convene In Spwl"T, F. L
DressesSizes L. II. Futch was appoints. I hereby announce my candidacy a. m. on Saturday "
Plans Activities 10-yard loada.BRADFORD Tern take It to th. AlcohnllcsAnonymous for the office of Sheriff of Bradford 1948 for the purpose of waward "
of the Lawtey Junlo ISNGINEERIXO CO. Meetings every Wednesday the
principal County subject to the will of of sale to bj
1 to 2 Pkoxe M SSrt p. m. at AmericanLegion the Democratic : The right >:;.
Enlistment of six men in the Ugh School for the next schoo J. Manrlee) Edwards Hall. All are welcome.. elections voter of !May In 194S.the primary If- or bidders. all hid 'iSserved b1truction. \!
of or
$1.00 local National Guard unit during rear, and the Board voted to ac FOR SALE-Reo truck-tractor. IU _2tP -13 elected to this. position of any by the Board of "

ept: sealed bids for the sale o ton heavy duty 21-A-Y-H-S sa.rle sl'on.lbility' -"I trust I wl'.. R.
January brings the company'strength .*. New 10x20 tires First class FOR SALE-l xl( hutment and charge the ot this office In ARTTtim 11'
Men's Underdrawers up to 54 members" "Capt. three county school buaea. Dead condition. No dent. See J. B. some good secondhand prewar. a fair and Impartial mann..r. Tour Superintendent" of public ecret'of
line for the bids is 10 a. m., February Irwin. owner. 4 mi. east of Cltra lumber. FOR RENT" : 4- oom vote and pprSc'lated111"0'1' wIll be tlon and ex-offlolo $
Jr. commander ?
I T. K. McClane Company 1 _, on au. 8tp ltoSMAL.I house with ele'trlelty.-C. LetKch. greatly Public In"trnrtl"n
2 for $1Girl's announced this week The 14. Rt. 2. Box 51. Starke Itp -T. C. (Clayton) Crawford. Bounty, Starke, Flontd'
unit .la engaging in extensive ac The request of a Church of Go4 your vacant cottage for cash, NOT IV- F5- 2-6 2t 213. rthin.

tivities such as building an Indooi representative that a school bud before they deteriorate too much. AVON PRODUCTS has opening for I. the J'. or the E.tate* of RULED piilcE: :
Writ box 814. Gainesville. Fla. one capable representative for Kmm drrmard.whom Chi1darm..flrdford
rifle range planning a summer be used for transporting churcll established territory In Starke. Notice '. hereby given' to all for school
New Long: Coats encampment and processing members members was denied on the ground ONE MARE A. ONE COT/T for"quFck Pleasant, profitable work. WriteImmediately it may concern that any and C 4)U"tfpapb.
sale |T8. Stevens Pecan Drove.Itp. care this newspaper. all claims against the estate of
Sizes 12 to 18 departing for Army specialized that insurance coverage on school' Itp, Emma Jones must be filed duly .

I training In seurtce schools. buses> and its occupants 1 I.. effecive .

$6.95Girl's The six new enlistments gives only for school pupils' and

the unit 12 members over the goal school purposes. :

SOCKS net for this training period but Is _\ .
of -- ......... --_. .-.. -.- ......,
strength .
13 short of the total --.- ..--- ,- leu. Chrome ILD.Ish.a .,
2 pair 25c 67 to be reached in August. The <
FAT FOLKS EAT- .: ,-. .. > ; _ _
new enlistments all privates. are : ,- -I; .... : : _- n : ; .; ,,\> ", 11'

SLIPS Best Grade John K. McRae, Jerry M. Davis PLENTY YET LOSE .

William L. Frisbee Jr.. Frederick ,

Were $-.50 N. Heed Jr.. Frank P. Miller, and weight with amazing

NOW $1.75 Charles R. Taylor. Capt. McClane food candy planI

.a mar alender. graceful fl.-
also announced that Merrill Edwards Ut.. lerci.inf. laxaUv a Home .
Firestone &
was promoted to the rankof (Candy drug Th"H.in simple I. A AYDS DOCTORS Komi S Auto Supply

staff sergeant In January.The AMAZING DIS<:OVERY. You ..
P. indoor rifle range on tl1t dint cut out any nmUiwor ail the
thing you lik. You imply takeAVDi
Nick'sBargain top floor of the Armory was under 'brur* ,neal which automatically
curb the appetite. Th I
and Is
.1 Tuesday rrault la you cat teie ItM* weight. 0 P. ROBERTS. Ownerr.GE
expected to be In use before the AlMi'lutvly' hnrmti I .. No I3trtmglPROOF 600 Temple Ave. J. STARICE FLA.
POSITIVE I Eminent phnldanaupcrvtacd !
end of the week. clinical teata and rvport quick and

Many members of the Headquarters ..... Im.f. with o..r iOU ....r.. WHYhXPEKIMFNTf I

House Company in Starke are planning l.t At US Today. Only S3,89 for' a full

to participate the middle ot 3S-dy aupill-fxxaibly man thin you willivctl. __
ES'..*tomf*.,rtftfmtftl the wry lint ho* ------ -__ - S. --------
July in a two weeks encampment J//..,/.l_nuW.Conw m,pbuo*or..f IU. -



B "

fttin' In The Shade

With Colonel Bradford A

-- i

Mmbllng over the sands of a south Blanding range the other

the wake of duPont's fast-walking Harry Cannon, the Old t

could not help but offer thanks I (between wheezy breathe)

|long last( someone has found a use for this desolate wasteeW Official County Publication Established In 1877BTARXE.

ft old times with durable memories remember the time is7; NCMIIEIt FIFTEEN
dustrloue northerners had flourishing orange groves around a ---.-.------ --.---.-.- ----.-- ---.-. n ._._ .
Bv but the big freeze .,f the '80's ended this brief exploit ,

Me Lake, growers never tried again. Then there was the 111Bamplior Morgan To Run Gray Ladies Entertain Lake City Vets Long AnnouncesFor

farm east of Kingsley '- some of the old trees still

But Just about the ,time this'project' should have started .

came synthetic camphor and blooeyt-another bud- For School '. Tax CollectorEugene
off along : Supt. t ;' ., "' '"\ ,
bit the dust ". .. J ,
diistry iI. "' .4,. '
en after a century of" non-use (except for the Eden-like strip ,Harmon P. Morgan this week { \-i-' """ .tt.t ,... .. ,!S.. (Gene) Long announced

m Kingsley lake-front, always a mecca for summer vacationists) announced his candMacy-for' Superintendent : yesterday that he would'

he fevered five-year war period when* the once desolate sand of Public Instructionof ... .,.r4 ". be a candidate ,for the office of

Bund themselves a training ground for thousands upon thous- Bradford County in the May -. I '' .itl' I tiY County Tax Collector in the May
1948 and Issued the .
Mf Uncle Sam's foot soldiers. But even this use, necessary as "u.\_ I I primaries.'
following statement: ;
could hardly be classified as "producUve"-but Long was reared in Bradford
"I am a native of Bradford .
( in the category of "destructive" as everything concerned County, a veteran of World WarII ., I' ie'x '!II County and is the son of< E. C.

Ear ultimately Is. a graduate, of Bradford High 4 .,T .... """1'' ....:, : .. Long of Brooker. an early settlerof

t now, at long last It seems that the vast and silent sandhills School and the University of ; w.; ..,4"\. ..ifIIf that community. He was educated -

be transformed from dismal wasteland Into pay dirt-thanks Florida, an experienced school ," in the local schools and was

neral called ilmenlte and the chemists who discovered its use- man and a member of the Baptist M ...q graduated from Bradford High

manufacture of paint. Church. I am qualified under the School.I He was then employed
m in the 4
repeats the Colonel. "The gophers have had Ittwelves new school law, and feel that i by the Agriculture Adjustment
ank Heaven, 'x : Administration In. the CountyAgent'
long enough!I" ten years! as a teacher and principal office.
\ > In the school! of Bradford -
I Colonel County have given me the experience Before entering the service he
has been haunted by a strange
the Old .
late years and understanding needed worked for the Cragg Construction
lent dream-a terrible dream. In fact, It might even be called for the discharge of the duties I Co., at., Camp Blending, later

tmare. and responsibilities of this .high 'serving almost three years in the

ways In this dream it Is a bright August day. The sun is office. U. S. Army''' Air, Forces Since

down In all' its fury. It hasn't rained for months, and dry "Being fully conscious of the -- his discharge from the Army he

g to the roof of the mouth like talcum powder. Call Street Importance'of this office to every Pictured above are scenes from Mrs. Vesta Bond. Mrs. Gladys ten to and talk with the men. has been In business with his
immerlng in the merciless heat, and the Colonel searches person who Is Interested In the last week's picnic at the J., S. Harrington, Mrs James Seymour, It Is to be hoped that in time father' In the contracting and

for spot of ;shade Just big enough to'lit In. But in vain.Isn't +iducallon"and 'welfare of the Rose home on' Klngsley Lake fcr Mrs. Chaa. Harper-, Miss Evangeline more church women will see this lumber business and has also
tally I of the veterans from the Morse, Mrs. Clara Colson, an their opportunity to take
shade tree left standing-the entire townisLdeleas I children of Bradford County some been engaged in farming.
I a single Mrs. Clara Latterman, and Mrs.W Christianity into the lives of these
pledge 'myself if elected to discharge Lake City ho &tat-o' I Long Is married to the former
as a prairie. | the duties of this office At left: are MM. Roie (Peggy ,R. Morse and Mrs.' Harry men. It was a touching sight to Marian Dowtlng. daughter of Mr

|reifying picture, lint it? Dexter), Mrs, Louise Tenly Mrs. Mooty., of the Red Cross fflc: see them'at last week's picnic, and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng of Starke,
I always awake from these dreams drenched with; perspiration Pauline Phillips, and Miss Helen staff. tJ.t thin and white, some on crutches, Mrs.
and they have,one daughter.
I have long,since learned their sigfcce. The Bradford County Chapteris with bent backs, enJoying -
pressed in spirit because Ives, the four '"Gray Ladles" of Umplng or ; Long is office nurse for,Dr. H. H.
Invariably I find,-upon arising, that another ancient and the Bradford County Red Cross Justly proud ,of Its Gray Lady this chance to sit under Adams in Starke.Oeo0,

ceable oak tree has been sacrificed to the so-called "March Chapter, who were hostesses on Corps, and' there Is a great need the oaks by the lake, and eat r. ..# k..

ogress". this occasion., if.... E. H. Shafer, for the service of more kindly home-cooked food.A t- i

I spent last f fifth Gray Lady, women who are not able to forget since
the gentle reader can imagine the tortured nights y. the Chapter's I note from the hospital
I when not one-not two-but THREE of Starke's venerable + Is not serving'at present becauseof the men for whom the war U still then tells that the picnic Is still

and sawed into convenient-length fire the Illness Of Dr. Shafer. a present reality. The Gray being discussed and that those
tumbled In the dust
were assured In the picture at right a groupof Ladles visit the 'veterans hospital who were fortunate enough; to be 1.r
I In the vicinity of the courthouse square. City and the hospitalized veterans Is one afternoon a week, reading to placed on the favored list by the

olonel that all of ,the oaks were "somewhat rotten" were 'shown enjoying' the home-cooked the patients, writing letters for doctors are being envied.
leering :electric light wires. them, playing records, helping
nearby foods spread on a table .under the. The local Red Cross Chapter
I have no reason tb question this explanation-BUT-Ui there a Klngsley oaks.Assisting with corrective exercises and oth-
will be glad to give Information
octor In the house T'' the. Gray Ladles In er forms of physiotherapy suchas

urely, an asset that tt'has taken/fifty'years or more to acquIrerth entertaining and .serving the vet. handcraft and games. Butmost regarding Gray Ladles to anyone:

some expense and effort to We-at least in" the opinion erans were Mrs/Grady Chatman Important of all, they Us- interested In this-service :

lls I venerable, but-admittedly mossbacked observer. .
: .
,,hen starke'.-oak.tn- &l'e'finally gone;' one' by one, the char- r I JSr. Three BHS Teams \ Reddish Local CommitteeOf

and distinction*of the town will be gone, and can never be reId Qualifies Children's r

That atmosphere'of charm and gracious,Jiving will...be To Meet Hawthorne

orever and OUT streets will possess only the garlshness and raw- Tuesday NightThe I In Sheriff Racer Commission i Up
South Florid towns: :;But
[ 'those'
that characterises; The Bradford County Committee .y.ya
e will even lack tl* swaytng'palm tree, ''that.our younger ,fnnon P.. MorganfalVhfullss.wtth.the.eet two,top teams in :the Su- e of the Florida Children's Conv- g :#
'string of flashy, synthetic Jewels-* "bided their wannee Conference will fight it
use, like, .. Interests mission>jnet ,Tuesday,morning .
out he_ newt Qfefcsday night when
'' \
e. .; ;. .
....t ...1._:. .., "
lIeU. r.". I ot.-' ot hls thingsar ; .of the.,:.IIIlldre.r..JJ| rd Coun- Hawthorne, seeded number one, the office of County,Judge I B.! K.

laybe,tb 4.:wv ra> 4ai.. unduely 'wrought tip over totblink+ anr ty ever' in Wind.'*TV rjthef;;pledge!' and BHS seeded number two, playa + Perryman and elected Mrs. Edward .- .-.
as outward'appearances go no one else seems to if elected to deVote !! h
myself, you return game in the Starke Arm- I burns chairman of the r
grit a tooth when a majestic oak falls before the onslaught : full timeto this ,office and ory.. A girl's game and a boys'B Long

pees. Perhaps I'm Just,developing a neurosis, brooding over the be ready at all timed to work Squad game are also scheduled. group., Is a resident of Starke

[when 1 will at last be forced, reluctantly, to change the heading' with the people of this county Thursday afternoon of, last Purpose'ot the organization 1 Is and Long is a member of the M'a.eonlcLodl'e.
'' Shade" to "Basking in the for the welfare of every child in to study the problems of youth
Ws column from 'Slttlng'D\ the ,. week the Brooker Junior HI boys He has been very active
the county. HI .27- in the county and to see that
defeated the BHS Junior
j With Colonel Bradford. 'in the veterans' agriculture program -
Somehow I feel that a ceremony should be held for all, con;1. .; ."1 beltevein ,equal educationalaipportunities 20 in the Starke armory.. Jack such matters, whether health or : and Is presently serving as
.. channeled
children oiBradford social are
all : problems
trial Jury before,condemna- Haaen was high scorerof t the of the Farming Veter-
trees.. Or better still- by president
ed oak
.County; and \\t fleeted, I game. tallying*<,il8 points for through the proper agency.As ans Organization of Bradford

will work ,for the improvement of i I Brooker. Arthur Winkler scored suggested by the atate-wid County.In .
-- every'school in the county. 7 for Starke. setup, the Committee here Is composed
Candidate Shands "Your vote and support will be I of the County Judge, E.. K. announcing his candidacy for
The BHS A Squad suffered another Tax Collector, Long stated that
jurist Club greatly appreciated". Perryman; a member of the J
close defeat from Gainesville the
Is Visitor Here I I he would endeavor to uphold
I '- Harmon P.1' Morgan School Board. :J. E. Brown; a
-, in a hard-fought game In the splendid standards set by retiring
Board of County
member of the
: armory -last] Friday night. The Collector Carl .A. Knight.
P. D. Deddlsh; a
'Stunts'i Commissioners,
Enjoy J. M. Anderson final score was 36-33. Frank
reprcscnattlve of the District Welfare "The vote and support of the

srs.x Died At Highland Dryden was high scorer in the Board, S. K.; Sparks; and a people of Bradford County will
new members Joined the game, being credited with 14 of a representative of the State Boardof be welcomed and respected," he

1st Club at the regular meet-i :James Morris Anderson, 5I 8, Starke's points. Health, Dr. A. JT, Covlngton.j.n stated
2 at his home in The Gainesville B Squad defeated these
died February addition to there are
of the organization held In J). ReddishP.
Highland. A native of Baker BHS B 4319.: Carl Carter three "non-official" members, Including Eivin Bjornstad
[Women's Club,bulllling Tues- :Mr. Anderson moved to and Myron Lavely, with 6 points Reddish County
,. County, D. (Pete) Mr Burns, Mrs. E. K.
1 evening. t Highland 21 years ago from each, were high scorers lor Commissioner from District One, Perryman, Mrs. T. If. OHborne, At Tabernacle

Hans Walker, program chairi White Spring. He was a mem Starke. Monday as a candidatefor and Mrs. Juniut M. Smith.

for the evening, arranged a I ber of the Baptist Church.He Tuesday night's games with qualified I
I i9
(>ted bingo game, with attrac- Is survived by his wife, Mrs Alachua in the armory here resulted Sheriff In the May primaries.Mr. Rotarians Hear

prizes donated by local'mer- Mamie Anderson of Highlandthree j In a win for the BHS A Reddish has served on the I

ntu. Late in the evening,, Rs daughters. Mrs. A. H. Henry, Squad, 43-23. Ernest Wells scored Board of County Commissioners Dr. Luther BridgersA

Khnuts; and Coca-Colas were Starke, Mrs. E. D. Starling and IB for Starke and Spike Vance for nine years and, when electedfor

red. Mrs. A. M. Wilbur, Green Cove accounted for 13 ringers. his first term held the distinction delightful program of songs,

Springs; one son, R. B. Anderson: of being one of the anecdote, and a stirring message
Alachua In
was announced that the pro- BHS girls defeated
Mrs. Hattie Hazel, If not the youngest, the Importance of keeping our
three sisters, youngest, on
n for next Tuesday will be aJint a photo-finish 28-27 tilt, with
Mrs. Miranda Dodd, Commissioner e v e r- lemocracy lIatD' from those who
night", with E. :J. Craft In Lacoochee, Helen Stewart high scorer for County
|rge of arrangements. All Everglades City, and Mrs. MattleCrlbbs Starke-12 points.Alachua elected In this county. He states would destroy It was presented at ;4r-i

bars, prospective members, Live Oak: two brothers, B Squad won from that he Is proud of the record the 'the Rotary Club Wednesday by
Louis Anderson, Macclenny, -and Board has made during his tenureof Jr. Luther Brtclgera who Is con _
visitors are asked to come BHS B by a decisive 34-17 score.
Anderson, Jasper all bills have been ducting a eerie of revival meetIngs -
tern office, as
ared to entertain and be en- ; Ed Shull tallied 7 points for the :
Funeral services were held In promptly, and the county li at the Flrttt Methodist
alned. Senator W. A, (Bill) Shands ot, locals. paid
Church Cemetery on in good financial con- Church.Dr. .
he Club candidate for Governor the, Taylor Tonight (Friday) all three BHS considered
> Tourist has been orized Gainesville, W
with Rev.. assisted at
Feb. 5 at 2 p. m. dition. Bridgers was
to Green Cove
visitor to
of Florida, was a teams Journey
l to offer a program of.rec- I. Starke Wednesday. R. Rhoden of Macclenny official Springs for encounters with Clay Candidate Reddish states that the piano and In a vocal duet by

Ition and entertainment for Ing. Interment was under the he has but one ambition to carryout Mrs. Bridgers, and wa introduced .

ftors and newcomers in town Senator Shands was a guest and of direction of Key-McCabe Funeral High. as Sheriff. This goal is "to by Rev. W. J. Churchwell, pastor -

to foster better fellowship the Rotary Club at noon Home. Jacksonville. make Bradford County a clean of the church.

|ween old and new residents. spent several hours during the Pallbearers were: George Stofk< Funeral Today and law-abiding place for peopleto The speaker pointed out that

tourists, visitors, newcomers: afternoon renewing and acquaintancesalong In the of Green Cove Springs and For GeorgeDyal live." the day of l Isolation Is past and
Call Street Mebb Prescott,,
old Eugene Austin I State must face
residents arE urged toe that the United famous tenorof
out and enjoy the meetings. courthouse. Marvin/ Green, Percy Starling, George V. Dyal 49, died Wed SlightIn Its responsibilities In the present i Elvin BJornatad, will be heardIn
Blan- Damage .. i Oslo Norway,
business- Bob
Known as a successful Albert Starling, and nesday night In the Shadycreot world crisis and fight If necessary -
of sacred music at
farmer and stockman Senator chard all of Lawtey. brief illness. Jail Fire democratic a program
. L- Batten Has man Hospital following a to preserve the the Gospel Tabernacle, Thursday,
Shands has served for the past Born in Union County, :May 29, form of government. Is In-
ittle Cob" Cornp eight years In the Florida Legislature Bad IntersectionBeing 1899, he was the son of the late I No heavy damage wa reportedas Senator W. A. Shands of Gainesville February 19. The public
outstanding recordIn result of a fire that started
with an Amanda Cason Dyal the
George and for Governor, was
| L. Batten of T b. free public schools, Widened afternoon around 3:30: candidate
r e lISa support of He had been a resident for many Saturday at this meeting and was
ught an ear of corn to the public health, welfare and con- 'Junlu M. Smith, years of the Pine Level section, In the county Jail when a large and a Introduced guest by Lex Green. Fred Andrews

egraph office last weekstating servatlon. Councilman where he farmed. He was a mem- box filled\ with magazines 111 With Flu
''t it chairman of the City's ; I hall was
was the In the upstairs
"Starling little ,He Is well known In Staike, that a ber of the Baptist Church. blankets '
3 variety and the first to ben having a summer home on Kings Committee, announces hazard will be Survivors Include three brothers -: set afire In some unknown way,, D. H. Smith Offers Fred Andrews of Lake Butler,

re around here la about 10 ley Lake. His daughter Is the eliminated dangerous traffic with the widening of Collie and Millie Dyal of presumably by a lighted thrown cigaretteor down. As Sheriff Candidate I candidate for State Senator from

wife of S. T. Dell. Gainesville attorney of Water Street Lake Butler, and Flury Dyal of match carelessly thl district, sends word to the

The variety Has developed by ; and a grandson of the late the Intersection West Madison (Route 200). Lakeland; four sisters, Mrs. Ma- The fire alarm was turned when In D.. H. (Smltty) Smith qualified Telegraph that he has been ill
late V. Abe Starling on his farmar Col. Wr T. Weeks of Starke. with Inter- mie Denmark, Jacksonville, Mrs. from KWd's service this week as a candidate for with flu for the past two weeks
this from
M'ddleburg' Mr. Batten said Property owners at Sallie Harrell, Gainesville, Mm. smoke was noticed seeping Sheriff of Bradford County. and has been confined to his
1 Is have given the necessaryightofway However, the fire fail-
section roof.
and :Mrs. Loca the
CeP"onaiiy weevil-proof.I Qualifies the Atha McDaniel for the office, home. t
Mr. Pringle for widening beyond I Its actual In announcing
Batten of LaCrosse. ed to spread about ten
has of both be
couple Waters, will probably
a "It
I It possible to though smoke was !\ir. Smith said: 1 am a nativeof
'neis of this variety available In Sheriff's Race street (making Funeral services will be held at starting point and have days yet before I will be able toget
Councilman of Florida
out bad curve, to fire department the State
smooth a according
seed If this afternoon (Friday) heavy, start meeting the
anybody wants to try of Route 2.Starke. stated. 2 o'clock lived In Bradford County for out and
Pringle Smith personnel. "
Luell Level Baptist Church I In Bradford County,
In the Pine several I have observed: public again s
his quaIltying years.
last Friday paid The Safety chairman also announced with Rev. W. E. Hall officiating. and If Air. Andrew stated. "I Just wanted
the duties of the
"i RTON A vnOK; fees as a candidate for that the, city la. now removing Interment will be In MU ZIon NOTICE TO TOURISTS: I will my friend to know that I have
visitorsare the honor of serving
and given
L. Grady(| Burton 'Wauchu- Sheriff of Bradford County.Mr. "dangerous" oaks and Cemetery near Lake Butler, under All touurulusts to the best of not forgotten them and that Iwilt
the duties
the meetingof perform
candidate for Attorney Gen- Pringle stated that he llmba and will appreciate It if the direction of DeWitt C. Invited to atend ability" be around again before long..1 ."
rail ot Florida, .was a' visitor would make a formal announcement property owners will notify the Jones the Tourist Club Tuesday. my I
0 Starke date. of such hazards. .
Wednesday ,afternoon. at a later city



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Costello ,
Abbott And
Bogart And BacallIn ;:-

Bradford County Telegraph "Dark Passage"At Rising i In' "Wistful Widow"At EFFICIENT
4 ,
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR Florida Sunday By Mm. Edward Norman Park SundayAbbott This funeral home is cfedicated t 10
liable( service. There are no ,
and Entered M Second and Costello totln' six- lines to the bou
Published Every Friday Excitement and gripping: sus- territory we ,I
Office at Starke Fla JOJVES-CLAUK- and armed with a beltful of are ttvt(
Class Matter at the Pout pense accent "Dark Passage' guns ready to serve.
which brings together for the Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Clark an- new gags, will bring a full quotaof ,
UIfl 1948 third time on the screen the drat nounce the marriage of their laughs to the Park Theatre *
MEMBER matic talents ot Humphrey Bo- daughter, Evelyn, to Clarence Sunday In their new film "The
Month-. gart and Lauren Bacall. The pic- Jones of Starke. The wedding: Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap".
r + Subscription $2 Annually '1.10 For Six ture, which opens Sunday at the. took place January 28 in Folks- Sharing honors with Abbott and DEWITT C. JONES

Florida Theatre, Is an action-' ton Ga. Mr and Mrs. Jones are Costello In this film Is :Marjorie 8TARKB

TRY STARKE STORES FIRST packed screen version of the David now at home In Fort Pierce and Main In the title role of this (unpacked AMBULANCE! PROS
Goodie novel of the same name. we all wish them the best of luck. story of Montana In fron- SERVICE
G Something new has been added to the shop windows of Bogart Is cast as an escaped tier days. The latest March of Funeral Director
Call Street. convict from San Quentin who We are glad.to report that Mrs. Time and news complete the bill
Maggie Norman Is able to be up which plays through Monday. Our local funeral home enaWeiuJ
An eye-arresting, thought-provoking slogan which, if tries to prove his innocenco. Soon
again, but still on the sick list Next Tuesday, one day only, the offer conveniences setviati.1_
heeded, would do much to make our town into the bustling after his neatly-staged escape '
this week little Julius Jones
are to the screen ,one of otherwise
Park brings available.
from prison he Is picked up bya
all it to be some day.
little city that we expect young lady (Miss Bacall) whoIs who has been very HI with a the latest Dick Tracy features
four-word slogan printed and distributedby cold, and Mrs. Green whoIs
The simple, Nancy the further adventures
driving along In her station depleting
: service
hl bee
We furnish the type at the
the Chamber of Commerce to merchants for pasting in wagon. Miss Bacall discards the still sick and not showing much of Chester Gould's popular comic lowest P1ul
their windows, is just this: slinky type of role which Intro- Improvement. 'We wish them a strip detective. Snort subjects accept ANY life Insurance policy in force issued by A.-JYJ
parry, as payment In part or In full on a funeraL
TRY STARKE STORES FIRST duced her to the screen for that speedy recovery. Include "Bring, Back :My Wie"and COIZ'
carries no obligation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Larrimoreof
i4 of a very sincere young woman. news.
Surely there could be no more simple, reasonable, or I Agnes Moorehead supports the Homeland Fla., and Mrs. Elam The double feature next Tues-
fair request than that. Try Starke Stores First. I two leading stars In an Importantpart. Lewis of Starke were visitingMrs. day and Wednesday will be "The

Ever since the advent of automobiles and hardsurfacedroads She Is past mistress at Nancy Green Sunday.. Spider Woman Strikes Back" with
we have been struck by the large number of people the menacing type of character, Mrs. Rufus Green and daughter Gale Sondergaard, Brenda Joyce,
who go out of town to make their purchases.If and, as she appears glamorizedfor Nellie and grandson Clyde and :and: Rondo Hatton and "The BICYCLEREPAIRING SHOE

the first time on the screen Mr. and Mrs. Edward Raulersonwere Fighting Renegade" with Tim Mc-
the out of town shopper counts his time, gas, oil, and *
here, the performance Is excep- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward -
and tear the da-not believe that he can
wear on car, we Coy.The
Norman and REPAI
tionally dramatic. In the picture, Sunday.Mr. double bill on Friday
show much having by traveling to other towns to shop, no striking montage shots are utilized. and Mrs. Earl Moore of Saturday, Feb. 20, 21, will be
matter how alluring the bargains look from a distance.It This Is especially Interesting Lakeland were visiting relativesin "Demon for Trouble" with Bob
is also true that the local merchant contributes mostof when Bogart Is having his face this section Saturday and Sun Steele and "Kilroy Was Here" We Make Keys
the taxes that go to support municipal services, as well remodeled and his mind moves with Jackie Cooper and Jackie

as contributing time and money .to every civic project. We through a cloud of faces and day.Mr.. and Mrs. James Normanand Coogan. the two popular kid stars __

often see the names of some of the most persistent out of memories. This Is given a weird, son of Columbus, Ga., Mrs.R. who are now playing grownup

town shoppers on the list of committees soliciting funds abstract treatment, displaying C. Thomas of Valparlao, Mrs. roles. -..... wRL [SPORTING GOODS {

from business men for some special project. No part of the Hollywood skill at Its best. Elvlee Drlggers of Plant City, .... _
money spent in other towns comes back to Starke to help An exceptionally strong cast has Robert Norman and Mrs. Laura -
build and improve the community. been assembled for "Deep Val- Jackson of Jacksonville were

M, Volume is a contributing factor to lower prices, ley", which opens Tuesday at the visiting Mrs. Maggie Norman last RULED PRACTICE PAPER, Biggs & Baker
Florida. Sharing stellar honors weekend. 8x12, for school children. 75o a
whether it be wholesale or retail. The business man's fixed
are Ida Luplno, Dane Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and ream.-Bradford County Tele
overhead charges remain at the same approximate level Wayne Morris, with Fay Bainter daughter spent Sunday visiting' graph.' -"
105 W. CALL ST.
whether he serves one or fifty customers. Likewise the and Henry Hull In featured In Brooker.Pine. STARKE,I
merchant who can turn his stock from four to six times a assignments. It Is a deeply,move j.IV COUKTT.
year can make more profits at lower mark-up than if he ing drama which Is unfolded witha S '. .' .1 CRY"
turns it two to four times, and will have less obsolete stock spectacular landslide and other Oaetano Tommy' Collul Collttl (Plaintiff Also known, vs. Cat-as

left on his hands due to changing styles o' newer products brilliantly executed scenic flashes LevelBy 1 8309.erlno Collttl. Defendant. Case No.. HOW DOES YOUR
coming on' the market. The number of customers Is the highlighting the stirring action. ORDER OS1 PUBLICATIONAND >I

key to larger stock. .turnover, better goods, and lower price The entire atmosphere of the Mrs. II. M. McRae STATH OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Caterlno BATHROOM RATE \ ,
schedules. Saul family is pervaded with 'e e Collttl whose reeldenc. and address -
and Is unknown.You ON PERSONALITY? /
By trading with your local merchant you aid him in marked frustration. Hate and We had a glorious service at are required to appear on II'

giving you newer, fresher goods, later styles and models, suspicion the most dominate unhappy of the all group is I Libby Pine Level Church last Sunday Court March and 8, 1948 cause In the wherein above plaintiff named Is It a model of convenience aDd I ,
and make lower prices possible for yourself.If morning: and evening with over seeks divorce. Bradford County
(Miss Luplno) as a shy mountaingirl beauty T Are you proud to allow It ] /
Starke is a good place to live, it should be a good who is afflicted with a stammer 200 Three In Sunday School classes! Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish Issue thl.Order. to guests? You can achieve both
place to shop. If want a better place to live, and a bet- candidates came forwardfor \Vltnenn my hand and official !
you ; In her speech. Love Interestis baptism at the evening *eal at Starke, Florida this Feb these alms at avery moderate cost 'i '
; ter place to shop, then-TRY STARKE STORES FIRST. introduced In the character of ruary 4. 1948.OFFICIAL by having us modernize It with ?

Every time you see this slogan, stop and think. We be- Barry, played by Dane Clark.Graham vice.Rev.. and Mrs. VV. E. Hall madea ( A.SEAL Clerk) of A.t.said: Thomas.Court. quality appo'ntanenta.

lieve you'll readily agree that trading at home is just good trip to Palatka Wednesday and Atty T. Frank for Pit.Landrum, Starke a-e Fla.4t 2.21'BACKACHE VBBBBBMBVBBVBBBBBBBlSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBB B B M
i. e e 0 0 a. e e e e
sense. from there they went to visit I One To Three Years To Pay

their son Wm. Guy Hall and his NO DOWN PAYMENT! '
!NOTIOIa of PYRdford County.! Fla. family at Jacksonville Beach, returning -
Notice In. hereby given that thetnderelgned Bruce II. Alma,' one-third Interval. For quick eoafortUui help for Backache.
are engaged In bunlIIPSK By Mrs. Johd McKinney Friday. Hneumatla Pains,Hulas tip Nl hts.strong /
under the fictitious name of Charles F. Almna, one-third Interest . . Miss Gwendolyn McRae was a cloudy urtn.irritating, p__Leg Pains, Shull Plumbing & Hea
Altnan Holme !Moving at the following dinner guest of Miss Lois Osteen olrelts under" eyes, and swollen ankles, due
Rddross: Ilox. 1180."Itl1rke., to non-ortanlo. and non-sntemlo Kidney and
F"In.. and Intern to reg-l..ter the Evfrt V. ,,Alma., one-third interest. BIRTHDAY DINNER In Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. Bla4d.f trouble.try C,.....Quick complete 325
anlil fictitious name In the office Mrs. Lizzie Hines celebratedher and Mrs, R. J. Batten and satisfaction or money back guaranteed.Aik Temple Ave. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone
of the Cleric of the' Court
"i.: Circuit 1-30 4t 1-20 your dniitet for
: Cystex today.
73rd birthday anniversary .
son, Johnny ;of Theressa were
Sunday. Feb 8,\at the home of dinnerIesm' o* Mr. and Mrs. .
her daughter, Mrs,' Alice Starling,I A. J. Fender Sunday.Mrs. - -- :w.- Ni, t:: '.

of Graham. A large table was Alice Oliver of Hellbronn
STARLING'SIGROCERY spread In the yard under some I was a dinner guest of Mr. and
i' oaks and a beautiful birthdaycake Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday.
,&;''I ,. ,, was placed In the center of
Mrs. R. L. Batten
.- the lace cloth. Her 14 children, Charles and his two children all: ANDJ
& MARKET and 40 grandchildren enjoyed the I of Theressa, were visiting Mrs.
I dinner with her and she received I Batten's son-in-law and daughter,

I WEEKEND SPECIALS FEBRUARY 13 14 many lovely gifts. Also enjoying,I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender Sun-
Ii i this event with Mrs. Hines were day afternoon.

: LOCATION:.CORNER CALL &: CHERRY STS." Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Jacksonville We are sorry to report so much TAKE
Mr. Cook of Charleston, sickness among our church mem- A CASE HOMIOTtllO
S. C., Mrs. Bruce of High Springs, bers and the surrounding com- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Stephens of Mica- munity, and hope that everyone

if', 'SpecialsGalore': \ nopy, and and Mr.son and, Ottls.Mrs. John everyone McKinney will soon be well again.

wished grandmother Hines. many
more happy birthdays.MISCELLANEOUS .
L _
Honoring Mrs. Ortagus of Green \V. W. Parker
k. PURE LARD28c Cove Springs, the former Miss .
Onie Mae Starlihg, a miscellaneous Services were good all day Sun
'\l. shower was given last Fri day, beginning 10 o'clock
day afternoon at the home of her when New Bethel and Mt. Morlah e
SLICED qt. mother, Mrs. Kate Starling. Host.ellses Sunday Schools met together.Rev. r
on this occasion were Mrs. A. Vinson preached soul-
DILL PICKLES-9c Ethel Dempsey and Mrs. Irene stirring sermons at 11 a. m. and
Ratlge. Refreshments of sand 3 p. m'., after which the Holy
wiches and cold drinks were served Communion was administered
-Y\ LOOK WHAT A SPECIAL ea. to the following guests: Mrs.C. assisted by Rev. H. J. Blount
B. Roberts. Mrs. Millie Fogg. R. James E. T. Sawyer A. Jenkins
Mrs. Ollie Rivers, Mrs. Thelma W. Mitchell, O. DeSue and
l LINDY PEAS lOc Droughton Mrs. Ida Jones Mrs. W. J. Strong. A good crowd was

{ Jeff Davis Mrs Carlton Davis, noted at the 5:30: Union. At 8 ) :
Mrs. Wilma Starling Mrs. John p. m.< Rev. Blount brought a fine

a j"; We Now Carry Colored Oleomargarine McKinney, Mrs Maude Surrency, message.Mt. t .
f.14. ,' Mrs. Ray Hines Mrs. Roy Star. Morlah will worship at New ,
;,l THAT FAMOUS lb ling. Mrs. Riley Wasdln and Mrs Bethel Baptist Church on the .
Etta Dyal. Mrs. Ortagus received first and third Sunday of each 9'I

t Coffee Coffee.37 many lovely gifts. month until they build their
Shop their church. So every Sunday _
Mrs. Annie Cox of Hampton is K :e yK
will be a high day at Bethel fora I _
spending a week with her brother. while now. You are welcometo _
) SWIF 'PREMIUM. It in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. all services. Two new members
Joe Call. were added to the church raxwa <

>.: Sliced ,BACON 69c Charlie Frazier of the U. S. last Sunday.
Navy recently enjoyed a Friends may call to see the ', .,
a w ,w1y
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. following who are still on the .

J Real Good SWEETPOTATOES Clarence Frazler. sick list: Dea Royals Mrs. Al-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKinney berta Albright Mrs. Fannie
V'"! of Daytona Beach were visit- Rouse, and A. Barnes.In .
: 5"lbs. 24c Ing Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney __ And Out Of Town

last weekend. Mrs. Rosebud Wilson my sister -
fI' Ottls McKinney enlisted In the from Pennsylvania State, on ti.R
', 303 TALLFruit Navy for three years last Friday.He vacation decided to come South. ;
and Forest Reynolds were In Her
C'.t' stay was certainly made

>, : Cocktail I 19c Jacksonville Saturday. I welcome. Mrs. Helen E. Williams -
I my sister took off for

if 1 ht Beware Coughsfrom ,Miami to visit relatives and _
t f ; friends. She told me that she
I EXTRA SPECIALVienna common colds sure had a wonderful time. In
my opinion she was too slow or

ft, Sausage 14c I That Hang OnCreomulston love the town Bradford was too County.fast. Her She stay Just

relieves promptly because was very chort.
It goes right to the seat of the Mrs. Ella Parker 'mother s
i TENDER FLAKEFlour trouble to help loosen and expel my
IK germ lade* phlegm and aid nature went to Ft. Lauderdale on a very 24 bottle $100
and heal raw. tender In- sad occasion-to attend the fun- case

} 25 Ibs. 1.99 named brBSfTell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell mem-you eral rest In of her only uncle. May he '(plus deposit)
a of Creomulslon with the understanding peace we pray. .
you must like the way It L. (Pop) Pullunx l left for Georgia .... .
quickly allays the couch or you are to attend his aunt's funeral. : / UNDID .
t I 'We Appreciate Your Patronage Very Much I tCREyourOMULSION May she rest ,In peace, also and STARKE COCA-COLA' 'HI CDCA.CoLA COMANT IY .

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with with Mr. other and Mrs.Florida C. M.relatives Turneyand Ford Advertising Blimp In Florida seemed interested and plan to Slipper 'at the cafeteria last Fri' drain wan the weekend guest of :i

meet again on Monday, February day evening. The fish, speckled Mrs. Lizzie Lee. I
| FarmBryan Mr. and Mrs. Newton Turney and
te 23, for an organization meeting.Mr. perch, were donated by soma ofLawtey's
their two little daughters return Mr. and Mrs. St. John and family '

WhltlleV ed to their home In Westport, the. Lawtey McClane Club told was the one boys of that the All present fishermen enjoyed the and fish women.and of Olustee were visiting Mr. '

,4 Conn., 'thursday.Visitors best In the county last year and the social meeting that followed.Bethel and Mrs. J. M. Allen Sunday.Mr. .
| PARTY of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. we are expecting a good club this and Mrs. Walter Starlingof
y Caldwell and family during the .
year. Gold Head Branch were visit-
j. Kucera birthday k t yrcm
a past week were Miss Dana
Ing friends and relatives here
[Patsy, with The Lawtey PTA met In regular
Thomas of Jacksonville, Mrs. C.
home Saturday session last Tuesday evening with Sunday.
[ their R. Smith, Jr., and baby of Gainesville -
February 7. The val- tho President, Mrs George Rob- fly Mrs. E. W. Allen Mrs Bob Parrish of Orange
and Mrs. W. B. Sew l1 and
In Heights visited Mr. and Mrs. Al-
carried out "Tf erts In charge. After the
btif was Miss Virginia Sewell of Starke. : regular .
bert Gllason Sunday.
knd favors and meeting of the association 1\11881
,. In the dining room, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler of y i ir7 Madge Whigham and her 4.-111 :Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blow and
Ireahments consisting .of Monticello spent the past week- Club girls took charge and pre- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green were
and cake were\ served, end with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Y M utH sented a short program after dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.I
was coverd with a Whitfield. which they Invited the membersof Ernest Allen Saturday. I I TRY POST.WAR 7AS1lRACTl"";
ty cloth and matching Miss Melba Stringfellow was the PTA and friends to the Rev. and Mrs, Curtis Harris of
ere used. The' center- the guest of Miss June Hall in cafeteria where the girls had displayed Green Cove Springs were visiting '666flD
a valentine doll holding Starke during the week. the work they have been Mrs. Edna Jones Sunday. .
at'extended to the place Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Newton of doing. Much credit Is due Mills Mr. and Mrs. George Grover
lie traditional cake was Ft. Lauderdale were overnight Whigham for the excellent work were Sunday guests of :Mr and ....*.tile.....*!-tl4C ...........>......
World's latest flying signboard 245-foot Ford blimp, IN. upending' Mrs. Albert Gllason. .M*.M.*IH4UIt tIIM'i !
bite and Its thirteen guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. she is doing among the girls. i .. 1 UmmiS__
timed a red heart. Those Turney Sunday. Mrs. W. D. New- Its first winter In the South. The huge ex-Navy dirigible, carrying on During the social hour the girls Miss Delores Gainey of Boat-.
yed this celebration with ton, who has been visiting Mr. both sides electrical and painted sign advertising Ford Motor Company served refreshments to those
|t>ree were Peggy and and Mrs. Turney for several left Its New Jersey base en route to Florida February 1, and] present. HOW YOU WILL Tits 4srssts ?d,
Caldwell, Jane Rlcharde, weeks, returned to Ft. Lauder- will return late In March.Lawtey. I Miss Whigham met with the
-tfoncrief. Carolyn Brad- dale with Mr. and Mrs. Newton. ladles for a short time on Tues- BENEFIT BY READING
|Ann Cressler and Betty ,.Joe Taylor of Lake City spent Baptist Church last Sunday. I day evening to dlaouss a Wom
nark of Starke. the past week with Mr. and Mrs.R. Mr. and Mrs. Rex :MIxon and an's Home Demonstration Club. the _M's Mly MWIB.,.-

d Mrs. J. R. Parker and W. Brannen. Sunday Mr. and children of Jacksonville were After she had explained the workto THE CHRISTUM SCIENCE MONITOR. you..11,, i,"< Andrea Mrs. Brannen and their visitor the ladles they organized a the tett-mformid p.f on your community o* world allots w5Nr1
and ,
Clarissa were guests of Miss Paul- By L. n. Futch guests of Mrs. Mixon's parents club with Mrs. Troy Dennett as thU world-wide dOIly rwwipopw raouktrly. You will" .ainiMihTww
supper ol todov'iv.lolrawt
from Tampaey } fuller richer vnd.nt.nd"O
Monday visited relatives ine Brannen in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Edwards last president, Mrs. L. Stabler was -PLUS vimpolnt help from* a lit ..chtsly. return on homtmoklng. cduca*
had Sunday. I elected The ladles hen business 'heale, music' radio, ipwt
iday. During their stay Mrs George Manassa and chil- Mr. and Mrs.: James M. Brown- .---------------------
enjoyed the Fair dren, Cella and 'George, Jr., of The pastor of the Baptist plan to have monthly meetings. TN C"la'la" Selena Publlirtlna Society PBSfOn
they and two of
ity Ing sons guests
festival.Ing Jacksonville spent the past week- were Church, Rev. G. V. Lee, reported The next meeting will be held at Subicrlb now .. Norway $1'..,, Baton I IS, Mow". U. S. A.I .
[casparllla extended visit end with Mr and Mrs. W. O. relatives in Jennings lost Sunday. 100 at Sunday School last Sun- the school cafeteria on Monday to clal I,lhi"::I"I I Scilnc Encloicd Monitor I II $1 for tar I which month.City. .pliOM Mrxl me the Christian
an Stringfellow.Mr. Rev. George Boyer and family day This is a record attendancefor March 1. All ladies interested in acquainted"Of I I
of Tampa were visiting Mr. Doyer's the Lawtey Church. this work are Invited to attend far-I month Nom. -
and Mrs. W. S. Rivers and tor$1
IEAL ESTATE lIOn Willie. Jr., and Mrs Emma brother-in-law and sister, County Agent McClane met with the next meeting. (U.S.undtl Str.sty.r .
\ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. Rev. the Lawtey boys and discussed Member. and friends of the .
for sale Rivers of Auburndale were guestsof ZoneSlot._ -
he.inir I property have sold manyof Mr. and Mrs.,P. S. Crews and Boyer was guest speaker at, the 4-H Club work. The boys all Methodist Church enjoyed a fish

and Mrs. C. D. Sellers last .
[ property and have Mr. -- -- -- - -
I prospective buyers. A weekend: Mrs. Sellers and daughter -
I deal is guaranteed. A Patricia Willard accompanied, '
omission Is all that I reAs their visitors to Gainesville Sunday I II
a member of the i to visit their young kinsman, :
Board you may be I Joe Sbaw of LaCrosge,who' was 'Li :
that I will representthe l a patient in Alachua County Hospital !I :
best of my ability. following< an appendectomy.
uNWRiairr., JR. : ,:Mr. and Mrs. J._ M., Bradley, S
I and daughter," Carolyn, visited'
tor, -:- Phone 154
relatives in Jacksonville SundayS .I

t.} OY OLLOW DEF TMI' SYOMM ftylCE Mrs.Phone Hartmaitit 52-J 1 / 1

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There's a direct line from a man's stomach i b y 1 I
Will's Proud to his heart,so they say. Anyway. Jitney- s :
loads make the male I
Jungle's help happy ,
)I everyday in the year. / '; ":: ''' f
of His Big Ears ----r'I'\

I Dudley's mighty proud'of And farmers have willingly '"
I ears! Best crop of corn he's shouldered that responslbilit,..will

(since '38. And Will, like so spends extra hoar in his cornfield ...._ ., -'lot.. ... .
j>ther farmer., hast plenty of ...comes home tired to a temperate \
I lobe proud of what he raises. glass of beer and early bed, to All GUM, 3 for lOc fj'

I farmer has always been ane be ready for the next day's work. ,.,. ,.,. ,

in OUT economic life, and From where I alt' America can I Prince Albert, can ; I -
'to our national well-being, be mighty grateful for her five mil I .
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font where I sit, he's more lion farmers...for their produc- :, .. ..
ant now than ever.lie's not tivity, hard work, and temperate I All SNUFF, 3 for J
eding America-but friends living-of,which Will's moderate ,.
erica overseas-building glass of beer is proof I r. Cherries I

till for this country at a time Valentine Cigarettes 27c
[friendship for democracy is 9oetJt Carton
l11portant. { : I

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'ONIONS, lb. '
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Baking Powder lOc !!

ta;;" -. wMaGREYHOUND t I Peanut Butter, lb. 27c ''I



I Fruit Cocktail 49c

251bs. Pillsbury FLOUR w w 2.49 Swift's Pure Lard 29c


service get is warm and
courteous-your you fellow-passengers\ Maxwell House COFFEE, lb. 54c No. 2 Can w w 12c

good-natured and happy.

leukde -I'I'S. CONVENIENT Large Premium Crackers . 25c DelMonte Ketchup 23c Oleo

routes spread to through every
one of the 48 states-and schedulesare OYSTERS
fast and frequent.lT'.S Large Vanilla Crackers w 29c PoundJITNEYJUNGLE

Gccaude Pt. 85c .

Modern Super-Coaches with deep Fresh Pork Shoulder Roast, Ib. 41c 39c

cushioned reclining seats-and* Heavy HENS, lb. 55c
many other attractive features '

1 and Brisket STEW lb. . 37cSwift's

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II SOCIETY and CLUBS OES NoticeWaldo Mrs. Robert LappeIs Mrs. Hartmann

Chapter No. 120, Orderof Shower HonoreeMiss Honoree At ShowerMrs. IF YOU WOULD LIKE: TO

Eastern Star will have a reg- Joyce Newsome was host Eddie Hartmann was hon-
Dr. and Mrs. Bridgers ular meeting and Initiation on
Antiques And ess at her home last Friday nightat ored Thursday afternoon, Febru- BUY GROCERIESAT
Friday evening, February 13, at
Flowers To Be Heard On Woman'sClub 8 m. a delightful shower honoringMrs. ary 5, with a lovely surprise
Robert Lappe, whose mar- shower given for her by Mrs.
All members and visitors
r Shown At MelroseAn ProgramDr. urged to attend.rangement are riage was an event of January Ernest Phillips and Mrs Marjorie -

Antique Show Annual, combined Camellia North. Carolina Luther Bridgers Conference of, Methodist the- graced the center of 28.Pink carnations and fern held Howes.Pink and white was the chosen [WHOLESALE PRICES]

with the Seventh Church renowned in a black vase were used to ad- color scheme for decorating the
speakerand table"from
which host-
C and :Flower Show, will be given a nearby
world-wide traveler, address. vantage in decorating the room Episcopal church service center,
Woman's Club,
by the Melrose ed the Starke Woman's Club Wed- esses served refreshments duringthe where guests._gathered on this where the shower was h ld. In

Saturday and Sunday Melrose February club nesday afternoon at the regular social hour. The centerpiece happy. occasion. the center of the mantel reposeda (NOT ONE OR TWO ITEMS

: 14 and la 15.located The or. Pin Avenue, monthly meeting In the club build- was flanked on either side by During the enjoyable evening, large basket of pink gladioli, ON FRIDAY OR SATURDAY)

building and ing. tall red tapers. a number of interesting games and flanking ,either side of the
Starke highway
between I were shared, with prizes being fireplace were large cactus plants.
Dr., Bridgers was presented to Hostesses for the afternoonwere
_ Th exhibition will be Saturday his listeners by Mrs. W. J. Church- : Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs Miss won by Hazel Miss Fields Evelyn and Mrs.Newsome Fred, Three tables graced the Interior -' But On ALL Items

afternoon from S until\ I 8 well Chairman (of,the Department Titus Olson Mrs. Ruby Johns, Selley. each being centered with an
doors of International Relations for the artistic floral arrangement of pink
p.will m. and from on Sunday 12 noon until 8 club, she being In charge of the Mrs. p L. Bridges, Mrs. D. L. In the latter part of the even- floating camellias In crystal

open afternoon program. Dr. Bridgers Silcox, Mrs. H. C. Brown, Mrs.S. Ing, delicious refreshments were bowls. An exquisite cloth of

p.m. poke on "International Relatlons" L. Peek, Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, served by Miss Newsome, who Italian cutwork graced the cen- Every Day
Tea will be served on both days assisted mother Mrs.
was by her ,
ter table which
giving club members an Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. Harry appointments
ladles in quaint attire. .
by young Interesting and vital H. J. Newsome, and sisters Mrs. of sliver.
On display will be antique furni- Lappe, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, and John ,Stewart and Mrs. Jimmy
Dr. did relief work In II The gift table was overlaid
ture, quilts, rugs, firearms, and Mrs. Arthur McRae. Woolyhand.Oh .
other treasures from bygone per Btelgfum, Czech 1ovalda, Poland" with a hand-crocheted cloth of Then Come See Us

lots There will be an Oriental and White Russia during the first intricate design, the centerpiece ,

corner presenting ancient costumer World War, being associated with being formed of floating camel- At O.ce.JOYNER'S
the Department. of Labor under lias.
Ivory pieces, goblets, etc. .
the Wilson Administration in this' Mrs. Albert Hartmann, Mrs.
Tables will hold alluring camellias -
of shades, and booths country. He praised the French Richard Kidd, and Mrs. Arthur

will hold many added attractions In spirit in the last war, reviewing i Manassa assisted the hostess in MARKET
particularly their at Ver-
bravery refreshments.Those .
local fruits and vegetables.] dun, where a total of 300,000 Mr. Sun, who used to shine, better than Joan Bennett, her serving

Sponsors of the show state that: troops perished.In Won't you be my Valentine? double sharing this delightful
afternoon with the hostesses and
plans now are far more attractive relating some of his experiences Would that I could woo Old Sol Phone 159 Starke Fla
than the ones that had been made Nice to have Mary Wall (Mrs honoree were: Mra. J. W. Kin- ,
for the Camellia show In January, as relief worker in Europe, with poesy, for truly, It seems tome A. E.) back in town for a few caid, Mrs O. L. Beasley, Miss

which had to be cancelled becauseof the speaker told of the horror we have had fewer sunny days weeks She will tc: at the Evelyn Stump, Mrs: S. E. Perry

damage from freezes encountered In Poland and FranceIn this winter than ever before W. L. Wall residence while A. E. Mrs. Kidd, Mrs. Raymond Krleter,

extendedto that last world struggle, pointIng No objection to the cold if the Is off with crew to make a Mrs. Manassa, Mrs J. H. DuPre,
A cordial Invitation out that if we want to pre- sun just shines, says I small Mrs. James Seymour, Mrs. H.
the of Starke and vici- arms inspection of all Na- NOW SHOWING{ .
people vent another war like the. two And it's beginning to get awfully; tional Guard units in Florida Van Vleet, Mrs. Albert Miller,
nity to attend this interesting staged in the last three decades monotonous to tourists A Wonderful Selection of
explaining Mary and Martha Wall will klnda Mrs. Ed Dahmer, and Mrs. A.
event. I complete faith !in God must be and other visitors that this Is batch it for the next few weeksas Hartmann..
exercised. The pride and better- really "very unusual" weather
Mayor Harold Is away, too,
Ladies Luncheon than-thou spirit so common In the attending a course on Selective Mrs. Stubbins HostessTo Valentines g
American attitude toward other
Next WednesdayNext Service In Birmingham Heara
countries must be done away; But I guess we. F J 0 ridians group of 'teen-agers enjoyed State Farm Club ,) "

Wednesday, February 18, .rith.! As the richest and most should be ashamed to register any; picnicking recently at the Ander- rJ. M
deal country In the world, we complaint on the weather score, Mrs R. P. Stubbins entertainedthe ,. ,
Ladies Luncheon Day will,.again son-Wadsworth camp on Brook-
are yet in danger of being put judging from the tales travellers State Farm Bridge Club Wed- A
lyn Lake Highlight of the '
be enjoyed In the Woman's Club In the position that befell ancient tell about other parts of the country nesday morning of last week at '
building. Club members, their Rome If our growth of well-being upontheir return to Call afternoon came when the youngs- her home on Walnut Street. '
ters all
decided to
friends, and all tourists are cor- Is not kept In stride with growth Street Arthur Holiday, recently -, Brrr And some go swimming old timers Bridge and bingo were enjoyedby 1 i:; a.1"

dially invited to come. However, of IntermIt In the church, and back from a three weeks' maintain the younger generationis members and visitors In the $
that is, said Dr. Bridgers, not visit With his mother in Detroit,'' hostess' living room, where artis- a
"d each must make reserva- getting soft! l
person faith in an Institution which is Bays he managed to stick his nose tic bouquets of pink gladioli were

r tion not later than Tuesday morn- the church, but rather in the God out the door only twice during his I Seldom has a-more talented and used for decorating, being placedat

K ing by calling Mrs. O. L. Bcaaley whose church It Is. "Our future entire visit N. A. (duPont) I entertaining duo been In Starke appropriate intervals around

at 97. cuts solely in the hands of God. Parker, just back from fetchingthe than Dr. and Mrs. Bridgers, currently the room.
This Is the hope of homes wife In bridge, Mrs. J. G. Godwinwas
Bridge will begin at 10:30: a. m, your and daughter from Tulsa, conducting a revival at the
with luncheon at 12:30.: Anyonewho and the hope of your children. Okla., where they had visited Methodist Church Mrs. awarded high prize, while jLi

Is unable to be present for Preceding Dr. Bridgers' address homefolks, says he. drove three Bridgers in a wizard on the piano Mrs. P. D. Fancher received high : 'rr

bridge may arrive for. luncheon Mrs. Churchwell presented days there and three days back, and regaled Rotarians Wednesdayby bingo award. Mrs. Herbert Ritch "S

k. only. the following program: A tableau, without once emerging from! playing "Yankee Doodle" and won high bridge prize for visitors, r

Hostesses 'will be Mrs. R. P.Stubbins "My, Country", in which Buzzy snow, rain, or sleet some fun, "Dixie" at one and the same time and Mrs. O. L. Beasley was
Green, 'Jo Ann Smith I'll bet! Henry Morgan, an- awarded high bingo prize for
Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. Margaret If you think that's easy stlsu >T ,
:M.. F. Brown, and Mrs. Beasley. lose Duncan, and Oleta Green other duPonter, Is even now snowbound try It some time! ., Add Good visitors.
; took part. Mrs. B. L. Matthews > at Benson N .C. Seemshe Samaritans! Margaret and Bud Those present from the Farmto

read the narration. went to Wilmington to drive Walker distributing luscious share this delightful occasion

8j Following; thlsK members were back. new Dodge power wagon speckled perch (fresh out of Loc- with the hostess were: Mrs. God-
several and Old Man Winter 'ganged up win, Mrs. [Fancher. Mrs. L. F. 1xr IR4t Prke'd lOnir5 *
delighted by, renditions of loosa: ) to .theIr friends around > Co $?.00'
: c::> both> piano and vocal numbers by on him before he could get back town Saturday night Seems Chapman, Mrs. W. N. North, Mrs. -- WE HAVE YOUR FAVORITE ONE -
M. E.
Grlner, Mrs. C. M.
t the speaker's wife, Mrs. Bridgers, So maybe we'd better keep they woo the finny tribe every Turney,
= Mrs. H. M. Rlcharda and See Them On OurCountersVALENTINE
.- an accomplished musician. Her quiet about the weather we weekend and always first on their Mrs.J.
just don't know when we're well I C. Wallace. Mrs. R. 'A. Green,
vocal selections were Belf-accom- list to receive
: a share of the
l spoilsare
OOODt! The Little 4- Mr>>. Green McGriff ,
off Mrs. Herbert
I I panied. A duet, "Indian Love Mrs. Durden' and Mrs. Arch
Ritch, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid CANDYIn
letter Word That De- Call" Mrs.O.
was skillfully by Green, who are both on meatless
y, scribra Eveny Tasty''Tidbit Dr. and Mrs. Bridgers, accompanied Spotted an' Jotted: Lyle Anderson diets L. Beasley and Mrs. J. R. Kite
% Heart-Shaped Boxes Beautiful PackagesThe
by the latter. gloating over Saturday night's were the guests from Starke. -
Sold by The LAPPE basketball score Seems his Finest We Have Offered In The Past
New Orleans at Mardi
After her husband's talk, Mrs. Gras
BAKERY Brldgers concluded the afternoon team kinda put one over on the tIme what a' 'thrilling settingfor WSCS To Meet Few Years
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town team Dr. and Mrs. '
program playing one of his favor- a wedding! And that's
We Will
Lemuel Colson, Ann Wilt, and a The regular monthly businessand Gladly Pack To Ship To
ites, "Dream of Love". background that was chosen
PIES CAKES i number of other fans off to see program meeting of the Address
Preceding the program a brief by Jimmy Beegan (young duPont Any
Wilt star in, the senior WSCS of the Methodist
COOKIES business session was presided over Buddy Chemist) and his fiancee, Elaine Church
by the club's president, Mrs R. play at P. K. Yonge school in Sanders of San Francisco, for will be held at the church Mon-

Birthday &: Wedding A. Green. Gainesville Tuesday night their marriage of February 2 day afternoon at 3 o'clock. KOCH STORESTARKE

Cake Our Specialty fear Buddy did himself proud in Jimmie DRUG
The auditorium was artistically travelling west, and Col.! H. C. Wall recently left
decorated for the meeting, large his role as a major father of Elaine, travelling east met in for Birmingham, Ala., where he

LAPPEBAKERY baskets of red gladioli and fern a son of whose hobby! was. the culture New Orleans, spoke their vows is taking a short course in governmental FLA.
gracing either side of the stage. earthworms Glimpsed and then remained for a week in military affairs. '
Placed on the president's desk Green an' Lee McGriff departingfor that fascinating city during the

was a striking bouquet of red and Tampa in that swanky new I climax of the Mardi Gras .

PIIONE 10 white carnations. A similar ar- '48 Pontiac to take in the State How I envy 'em! Seems that r..

Fair, Gasparllla' etc. r ". Cecil the two met when Jimmie' was F
an' Louise Talbot x e
leaving Sundayfor attached to the duPont pigments
the same purpose .. ElaineCdwards In Baltimore
plant and Elaine
driving her new, blue came east on a visitThey

AaRSTARKE ., ELECTJ. Plymouth A happy endingto form a very attractive addition to t a, rlin.iS' :

a two-year wait the younger-marrlcds on Call !

Street, and are at home In theE.
Hear the turkey dinner Frances M. Davis _
Sun. Mon. Feb.. 15 Itt Vadsworth had for son Walden

Wistful and friends, home for a brief Wonder If other Callstreeters % :T
WIDOWOF visit from the Merchant Marine, noticed that something new had

was something out of this world been> added to the atmospherehere

WAGON GAP The boys ate so much they Saturday night about 12 o'-

d Abbott A: Costello swore the ship would sink when clock Those whose "noses t _
Marjorie Main they got back aboard PeepedIn know" vow that the horrific
MARCH OF TIME 8 NEW8Tuea : at the Friday night USO dance odor must have been wafted hereby

--------- and spied 'Dot Patel trying to some trick of the elements,
ONLY Feb. 17
each Jimmy (Potllcker) McRae all the way from the Palatka .. .

DICK TRACY'S how to Charleston Dot is pulp mill And I must say t 'j F

quite an expert at the art, but that I'm Inclined to agree with ;

DILEMMARalph Jimmy says football was neveras them .. Glad we're getting an
'* strenuous as that! Myrtle ilmenite plant hear it doesn't

Byrd, Kay ChristopherAim \nderson'a chic new hairdo has smell! Hope you didn't miss
"Bring Bark My 11 Ife' caused almost as much commentas the Bobble Jean Oakes screen

.... *.: ,..LATEST NEWS the new-look fashions!) As test film at the ;Florida Sunday
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Wed. Thur Feb. 18-19 for me. I think it's charming She was adorable Especi-

DOUBLE: FEATURE for, after all, very few of UII ally singing "Paper Doll" .
could get away with such an unusual I'd like to hear it again sometime L4i

SPIDER WOMAN coif in person! Hear Jean to
an' John Mixon are at home to
STRIKES BACKBrenda Rose Burton's friend from Wisconsin friends in their new location -

Joyce Rondo Ilatton R. KELLY claims this is "good" ho Jennings apartment on West

weather compared to the six feet Call )

THE FIGHTING AS YOUR of snow she left at home ., -
Alice Anderson says it was some Has It ever struck 'you that

RENEGADE sight-seeing trip she took Rose newspaper headlines these days
Tax Collector and friend on to Jacksonville
With Tim McCoy sound like a man with a bad case
Monday, In that Florida downpour -
ALSO LATEST NEWS Another visitor who of Indigestion? Everything YZ
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FrSat.. Feb. 20 21 '. I maintains we're lucky Is Bob Lee, lia UN, UMT, and ERP Seems ,

DOUBLE FEATURE here from Greenwich Conn., fora I to me the folks who think, up 4
U the soliJ
strength and of
few days with in-laws during i titles could use some prettier Initials beauty

DEMONFOR 1. lie is Capable I a business trip to Florida Incidentally I if they'd try What do 4 it's convenient oak In a T-pleceJunlol' Dining Room 5d

Bob Informs me that you think? c that will express hospitality and good
Fi TROUBLEWith 2. lie is Experienced his beauteous wife Helen (Dow- : it's modestly priced living

Bob Steele 3. lie is ling )la doing some modeling now, So long See you In the nextCarolyn. through year of Mnlee. Every

t Worthy'Be and I'm not at all surprised, for *> ; piece U kiln-dried and killfully mad

K1LROYWAS she photographs Just two degrees .
to trained In
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'' F4jr J Also_."WIDE. Cooper,OPEN. Jackie SPACE"Coon your vote and and ho support will appreciate.. I ALVAREZ' STORE Befeblishcd Men's Clothing 1894 I C. H. lRE

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LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. A. O. MrUter and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthewsleft ,
-1'S of NEWS daughter Barbara of St. Peters- today for Orlando. where Woodman Circle I

burg were guests Monday of Mr. they will spend two weeks as Has Chicken Dinner r
and Mrs. F. J. Shaw and family.Mr. guests of their son-in-law and Electric Service & Supply 1

or Mrs. Harley F. Bob Lee of Greenwich Conn., anal Mrs. John Udell of daughter Dr. and :Mrs. II B Members of the Woodman Circle .

regret to learn that returned, Wednesday to his home Bloomfield N. J.. arrived Tues- McLendon.Mrs. enjoyed a chicken dinner 12.1: .. CAM ST. STARKE FLA.

d broke her leg last after being a guest, since last day to' make their permanent M. F. Brown and children Tuesday at 8 o'clock at the Mar-
Kingsley Lake Saturday at the homes of Mr. residence In amar Cafe with eleven .
t; at her Starke. Mr. and spent last Friday through Tues- present.After
ie' is confined In St. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Mr. and Mrs. Udell are the brother and day in Tampa .at the home of dinner a meeting was Electrical Contractors

[spltal( in Jacksonville, Mrs. Eugene. Long and other' relatives lister-ln-lawr of Mrs. Gladys Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and held in the WOW hall, which was Licensed Electricians

are of Dr. Fort. Mooty and plan to reside at the Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald. During decorated with the colors, orchid

i sales *: Service. The Mrs. Shellle Hall is 'in Shady- home of Mrs. Julian L. Peek on their visit Mr. Fitzgerald had the and green. A trellis of small I AUTHORIZED SALES SERVICE FOR CROSLKYMAYTAO

for genuine parts crest Hospital recuperating froman Eighth: Street. Mr. Udell will be misfortune to suffer a stroke but flags was placed over the pros-!- NORGE AND UNIVERSAL

Smith's Garage tfI I appendicitis operation which employed at the Bradford County Is now recovering. Florence and! dent's station.
I Mrs H. C. Wall' spent :she. underwent Monday morning. Telegraph. Marcus Brown, Jr., visited the Every officer present took her

Jacksonville' Mra. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. J. W. State Fair. station, as follows:
bid Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert Mixon and
i Klncaid. and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mrs. C. A. Futch and Mack
Col. and Mrs. M. C. son Darrow left Thursday of last Past president Mrs. Vlrgle
Durden left last Sunday for Futch of Gainesville were In Tallahassee Barksdale.
irhlle attend- 'week on tour of South Floridato
there they Tampa where they attended Thursday and Friday ol Beat The High Cost
Lelers night Miami and other points of in- President Mrs Maude An !
Bail Friday ", State Fair festivities and visited last week as guests of MI:'. and %

nory. I terest. Starke relatives.Thursday.They returned to Mrs.Mrs.Merrill Anna Matthews Futch and and children daughter drews.First vice president Mrs. SAVE: :!' Of Living .

'Mr. and Mrs. Mallory C. Thomas Judy of Bingham, Maine arrived Farris Conway. BUY BY THE CASE
[ery Branch ofINSURANCE' returned Sunday to their home, recently at the home of Att. Mrs. Eunice Wilson.

after enjoying a two weeks' tripto Mr. and Mrs. Millard Judd, where Asst. Att. Mrs. Ethel Chambers. --

Chicago 111.. Lakeville.; Ind., they will enjoy several weeks' Prices Good..Feb., 13 & It --= Quantity, Rights Reserved

and South Bend, Ind. They first visit. Secretary Mrs, Mae Bryant.
stopped In Chicago where they HOOVER Sales &; Service. The Banker Mrs. Lois Hayes.

pent several days before goingto only outlet for. genuine parts.Phono Chap Mrs Emily Denmark IU.UE White louse

Lakeville 111., where they visit- 120. Smith's Garage. tI First Aud. Mrs. Stevenson. '
1.LC. WALL AGENCYPLEASE Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and Dl'U4
ed Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. and Musician Mrs. Mae Green. Apple
son Holt of Metier. Ga., will arrive -
Mrs. A. O. Updike, and friends. Capt. Mrs. ,Ethel Raymond.
PHONE 146 During their stay there, they tonight (Friday) for a week- ]Mrs. Beetle McKinney kept the Potato
end visit with Mrs. Johnson'smother
toured the Studebaker In
Constant Service Over 50 YearsARKE'S South Bend. factory Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. minutes during the meeting: and

Miss Evelyn Monsler of Milwaukee Mrs. Maude Lappe gave a list of Jelly
;Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger and STIX
Wis., is visiting Mr. and sick persons to whom cards will t
Nelson of Green Cove
son Springswere be sent.Bethel.
Mrs Chas. E. Burton. Miss
guests last weekend of Mrs.
Monster was a fellow-worker ot
SHOE Gelger'a brother and sister-In-law, '
REPAIRINGROMPT Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Mr.and' Mrs. Burtons at Ft. Lewis, In Church WMU 17c 17cH'ln'wl"
Tacoma, Washington.
Mrs. Doyle accompaniedthem Plans Box SupperThe
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
Sunday to their home as
have as their guests Mr. Noll.man's -
ladies of the Bethel
guests for the day.
sister and brother-in-law,
[ROMPT Miss Addle Da lad en of Jackson- tist Woman's Missionary Unionare
Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Drcnnan ot: box at the BEANS 16c 3.10
ville was a guest Sunday of Mr. having a supper
lEKVICE PRICES and Mrs. R. C. Buford.Mr. I Missoula Mont., who are vacationing home of Mr. and Mrs Manning,

and Mrs. E. M. Davis and I and will visit In South Cribbs Saturday night, Feb. 14. I

Mr and Mrs. John Mixon were :Florida and Canada before re- The public Is cordially Invited 5 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour 50cMilton
turning home.Young
guests Sunday of Miss Mayme to come, and all ladles are invited -

Anderson and Mrs. P. E. StoneIn to bring a box containing s

Specialize In' "While-U-Wait" Work Archer.F. Adults Enjoy supper for two. The boxes will CAN CAS\

J. Shaw spent Monday, Tues Spaghetti Supper be raffled off and the fund! raised SWEET PEAS 122.70
will be used for missionarywork.
day and Wednesday in Quincy
We''Appreciate Your Business
There will be free hot
where he the State
The Young Adult Class nf the
16 So. Walnut Street Next ,To Hollingsworth Hotel Commission In the Florida I Methodist Church enjoyed a dogs for all children, and soft Del Monte CATSUP IIOTTLK 22c

Food Handlers' School which Is spaghetti supper last Friday. night: drinks will bq sold.

being held there.Men's In the recreation building. Thirty
AA's rrld of CJeorgla CAN CASK
persons were! present Includingthe Change
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA ten class members and Meeting Night PEACHES (In Hvy. Syrup) 23c 5.25

twenty prospective new members
Complete Line of Builders' Supplies
Mrs Doris McIntosh, :Mra. Claude
Beginning Thursday Feb. 19
45 Across From S.A.L. Depot Delivery Service
Barton :Mrs. Leonard Smith, Mrs Alcoholics Anonymous will meetin

Chas. Oakes and :Miss Grace the Legion Hall at 8:30: p. m. \\Extra SqeciaUiWILSON'S
rwin-Williams Paints Fairbanks-Morse I Green assisted in serving.! Prior to this meetings have been

Paint Your House Home Water Systems PANTS, .sz. 29-34 The class expresses its appreciation held on Wednesday nights. The I'URE ,

Ind Pay by The Month Terms II Desired to Mrs. W., J. Churchwell, public Is Invited.'Wainwright .
1.50 each whose wholehearted Interest and

assistance did much toward mak- :Mary Agnes Mat' 25c Lard 25c
PUTTES PANTSSizes Ing the evening a big success. thews Kay Hart Porman Rob-

-JJutt Asphalt Shingles (Green & Blue) -Building Hard- 30 to 36 I W. B. Sewell ,gave an after erts, Billy Dampier Franklin

[- Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nails_ Asbestos << dinner talk to the group and dur- Simmons Douglas Seymour, Char. i

Siding;- Cement Mortar Mix 1.50 each Ing the evening, numerous games lene and Kay Dennis, Beverly

I were enjoyed as well as the singing Lappe Frances Landrum Diana QUAKER PRODUCTS

.' Dress Shirts1.50 of several favorite hymns. Linda Sale, Brenda
; Smith Kay
White or Yellow MEN, 'pJ g. 17clIother'H
:MBER\ All Grades | MOLDING All Kinds Lewis George )Fatten MarkleyAnn
OATS. With China 45c
I Birthday Party Jotyia, Hank Graham, Marcia
GRITS 20 19c
Kay Bennett Eddie Hartmann, Quurker oz. pkg. -,

BRONZE SCREEN I WINDOWS & DOORSILASSI'FIED 6-12 1.50 For Burge SearingLittle Glen and Bill Wood, Vida Jean

Burge Searing, young son Gentry Penny Holllngsyorth, Tom 10 Ibs. POTATOES 45c

GIRLS' DRESSESSz. of Mr. and Mrs. Karl: Searing was Long Bob Smith Robert Kidd,
and Martha Weldon. Out of town Florida Sweet I Florida Urrrn
honored last Saturday with a festive -
1-2 1.00 party in the American Legion guests were Wayne and Merry Potatoes, lb. 6c I I Cabbage, lb. 5c
Lou Alexander RichardHeming
Hall, where a number of his
SLIPS Best Grade way, and Entella Searing all ot
young friends gathered In cele- California CARROTS bunch lie
I Jacksonville -
bration of his seventh birthday
Now 1.75Men'
CO autoRradio! Immediate LOST Harry-P..LeuInc.Key ringbcarlne Orlando,name Fla. anniversary.Pink ... /ta'

''SU?". A. low as .1.110.. Two keya on game ring. Finder and white was the color W.lcem. Kll.fforBACKACHE riih .. Breakfast BACON, lb. 59c
pnunn: RADIO SERVICE, please leave at Telegraph office Long Drawers scheme carried. out In decoratingthe
at Madison .treet., Stark 12 reward. tf hall, where quantities of pink PAINS Crrumrry Cottage JU1 Hot
NKW: RUM1NUTON P0It'VABLE (Army) 50cea. azaleas and and white
k'OCR FARM. CITY AND Telegraph.typewriters Bradford County tf candles were used. Put to Muuulir Slriln/,SeUtle. CHEESE, lb. 21c FRANKS, lb. 29c

SE8S PROPERTY FOR SALE-Household furnishings Blouses Skirts Miss Kate Struth assisted Mm. Lunrkif, RbtUHUtlim
Bedroom suite dinette suite, livIng Searing during the afternoon, JUST rub ftfrnhlnf./ | mU N.urt.tra ealh Klngan'o Hinoked I Country
room furniture extra chair, 1.00 each .. lOre ipol. 'nllanll,.ichliu/ rauKln Hire | Backb'; :
extra bed, highchair and baby supervising the many exciting to itli* the Mia .._. U./ NEURA. SAUSAGE, Ib. 29c Ib. 49c
S'rROUr ELLS REAJUKSTATB bed desk Bendix washer apace games played by the children. A BALM to (M ten, lang-linlni diet/ from
heater, bedxprlngra and mattrexs.Mr the the ..IH"" el muKuUt ictici end ,.//nto
Greet..* advertiser of ...*, *. 'V. S:. Pike 220 Christian St. KHAKI PANTS contest* "Pin on Donkey'sTall'
try property HM .a4. ...r Up was won by Shl Ann Smith
Sates l or K.mcB_Farm._ 1.85 each and Franklin Simmons.

.Free r B.T...ra..trolls!!.tI..all. ...r t.. FRAMES*', Certificates MADE to order Licenses: Photograph. etc,- During the latter part of this
oi *
TROUT REALTY AGENCY Large from.selection All work mouldlnar Ruaranteoil.HOLLYWOOD tochnnae KHAKI SHIRTS glad occasion young Burge opened Specials Friday Saturday Monday
his lovely and useful
t'prll1Oented CAMERA & GIFT many .
Locally By --" "- "
C. HOLLINGSWORTH SHOP. tf 1.00 and 1.50 gifts, after which his guests sang

118 So. Walnut !St.! IP YOU HAVE an alcoholic problem "Happy Birthday" as he blew out Beautiful POTTERY BASE
take It to the Alcoholic the candles on his colorful birth- Platform Rockers .
,Anonympn Meeting ..v..ryed* BOOTS 3.85 cake.
nenday 8:30: p. m. at American day
:MATTRESSESOF Legion Hall. All am welcome The children were served de- "
ALL KINDS 2tp 2-13 lightful refreshments of birthday Table'a uN 22.95

RENOVATEDFURNITURE LOST-Kmnll Mol Spaniel female. Answers to name. received a tiny basket filled with
of Uoldle. If found contact Mr*. Nick'sBargain Lamps
Maude Mott 321: Temple Ave. valentine candies Clever favors s A 29.50VALUE e5aV5
phone 200. daytime. Keward. lip of balls suspended on rubber
i( 3-BURNER KEROSENE. STOVE' strings were given.
console model. One Hot Point Those invited to share this
Klectrlf washing machine. 135 W'f' Have
with were:
for both Apply site. Owl Cafe happy
WANTED Waitress over 21 for House Michael Denton Shi Ann Smith, r 11an:
REUPHOLSTERED dance hall. Apply Nile Owl. Itp W. A. Bessent Jr., Jimmie Wig- VALUED NrIrcU. my =t '

AND REFINISHED FOR R NT-4-room cottage, furnl.h..d.Mr" gins, Archie Green David Can- At 10.95; We Have
o. I. Haynes, 301
Drop UII A Card S.. Water St., Starke.: Itp ova, Dick Fmlth Mary Catherine The Rockers

"STINGS CO. \V ANTHL>.-:2 to 5-acre plot of land ''UWlWII1II.'UIIJII.UlIIIIIIU..UU..CIUIIIUllIunU".IIIIUIIII,'... ..' / .IN4aain' ', '"9111.AIMIWIUIWN4adNNWiIIpIYNIWWaaaullallWXWWIWMY' .. A RealBargain rr To :Match
)S 230 Palatka, FU.s. .- near City of Lawtey for u.. asa \7 Your OtherFurniture
city dump. Contact L. H. Hill
City Clerk, at City Hall LawteyFla. THEATRE
RANCE-I. write all lineal at 221WE
automobile_. liability, and I FLORIDA
,18.. N. Dme for "your n.uranc. ItUPUILU and paint stoves. STARKE lie Sure To S.n,1 I'urrhann. One Now! Iluy The Chair of Comfort

Call St., Pbons" 1- .Jr.. '" any make. Uaett Exchange 2t Just One Of DEN.MAUK'H: BARGAINS.ThU .
15. tt Store.: 2.20
Sun. Mon. Feb. 15. 16 May Ilo PurchaiwdOi Your Charge! -
FOR LOST-Key* In maroon sipper cane. .. -
SALE Finder please return to>> newspaper DARK PASSAGE Account. '" --
NEW 3-BEDROOH r..id.nce office. Itp .'. N.W!
/ ,
r_ IIrn'h' or Starke. lust cornt BABY CARRIAGE for .nis almostnew Humphrey Bogart Lauren Bacall :
Cheap for half 120. JUST RECEIVED n f '
28ue ea.b. perfect condition Dozen News & Cartoon f1
' duet building with Concrete diaper and nursery training eat MANY NEW Off
or north Included free. See Mrs. R Hall 5/U
PAINT ico.t.n"n- lit. 2, Box 2-B, Stark. Itp Tues. Wed. Thure. Feb. 17 18 19 LIVING ROOM :'
and ,
. Concrete Block .
k r eel ooKtvplJ0. In town. I, FOR RENT-2 room and bath, DEEP VALLEY And ON ALL I
glass. a-t"w.. pvt. porch. Couple only (05 W. 'Ida Luplno Dane Clark Wayne Morris
III 1 Madison St. lti BEDROOM '- i ,
sand. Gla.. Block, News & Shorts .
e Con..r.t. I'lpe. Stepping EMPTY TRUCK return g to nprtheat rUSE
HouSe I'I.n l Mortar Mix.I Georgia. about Feb. 10. wnl SUITS PICTURES "
' truck carry load of mo.t. anything 2 for ft.Pnnney Fri. Sat. Feb. 20 21 DOUBLE FEATURE i
hauling. Fill about half price White Box t .. '-."
dirt for _
.S LoTS In city limits ot Farm. Fla. Itp BUCKAROO FROM POWDER RIVERChas. OURBUDGET Now I. The Chance To Get** .. .? I

1 Span: .at..high P.r trnoound. 1200 up. GRAFTING DONE pecan, persimmon Starrett (The Durango Kid) Smiley Burnette Tho Krautlful One You Ilavef.J.J* 4' ", .j

.tit DY type of bul\dln. conIIl1I or plum.. Inquire Chamber 1'P And Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back PLAN Ben Wanting. -- 1 : ,_ ti.
W of Commerce -
Yards-oada: U.IIO Oalyanl..eI Pipe. FLORENCE KEROSENE R A N OE.iburn..r. Also Cartoon IT'S A FACT YOU CAN UO BETTER'A'rDenmark
;; per yard In] condition.,, Apply
''urn n ENaINeeaIwG: co. Hart Furniture Store. It, RITZ Sat. Sun. Feb. 14 15 Co.i
E...... .._. M Furniture
FOR ,SALE-Reo tn.ton .. tVe
;' liOtPES
... WANTED s.n] heavy duty. 2I-A.241S'.- Colorado Pioneers
'0. .ant tor cash I 1'1..*'N.w 10x2(5( tire*. Flr.t cUj* STARKE FLA.FEBRG.IRY J
they 151
rlt: bos dltutorata too m eh. condition. No d.nt.. See :And My Favorite Brunette
Ufo I ot
Oaln.III.. ria. Irwin owner 4 m)- east Cttt1
tat* f-lt I on 11.'. Itp Cartoon it Serial J


'I' rL, 1w $' ft


exhlllrated and decided to takea to bed. The unusual gives zest nail polish if In a hurry. It workson Ella Moody really "raked in" the by G. E. Crews at Mrs.the State Lazenby'aguests Farm School Ken and Martha \
walk down town. I did not to living. II dishes, shoes, and lots of fish Saturday at Sampson Trestle."Aunt" Saturday night. Lake Butler and thewiiwlthe
Bell Johns hasn't been, Mr. and lira. Kenneth
Clay Hill take Digger along to get the I was especially happy to seethe things. When washing rugs, of Gainesville also were grandchildren were th! 'I
too well recently. Coghill !!
flat feeling J
starch a little and lay on
mail, but walked along listeningto candidates' pictures In an so, Turner's
the feast. .
cook Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrewsof present to enjoy cousin,
By Lura Burjfww bluer the noise from the trees, a early issue of the dear old Tele- newspapers to dry. Always I Renfroo of Ft.
Ponca, Ntbr.VVhrreln sort of crackling sound as If fairies graph. I felt as If I had been eggs slowly. I boll eggs slowly Jacksonville are visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Atthur Wilburof with them. Myers II

were playing their harps. visiting with the Johns family; and fry them at low temperaturewith Andrews' sister, Mrs. Nan Mer- Cortez, Colorado are visiting
ritt this week. Mr. Andrews Is with Mrs. Wilbur's parent, Mr.
breath of air I a lid on.
There was not a when I saw Charley's picture.
4 I nee tho mercury at helping to finish Mrs. Merrill's and Mrs. R. J. Turner. They rePort -
stirring. The only discomfort I do think without doubt he is one All are well at Clay Hill. I hada
and take a walk, 'weather out
below zero
20 felt was a tingling sort of sensa- of the finest men I ever knew andI nice letter from Shirley Mosley. home. unusually
r and meditate how the goldenhostile tion In my nose. I had on my do hope I live to see him Gov- It seems to me the children at Several people of this com- there, the thermometer reading 18 1'IyVAY '
'' of life are swiftly paiMtlng fur coat and high overshoes anda ernor of Florida. In every way tome Clay Hill were always unusually munity are enjoying the revivalat I below two nights before they left. t
into jestcrday. that is Lake Butler Methodist Church. They live 100 miles from Alamosa, ,10"Y
hat with fur trimming he represents the citizen of happy. They have so many thingsto
The harps of winter echo, from bonnet shaped and pulled well the USA as we think of the Ideal. add to happiness. The water In The Rev. AI Troseter is conduct- Colo., where thermometers buret. Nessi
misty field and hill down over my ears. I am glad to He has a wonderful wife and famIly the well is a mild sulphur water Ing the services.Mr. This milder weather seems' goodto ai rr
shadowand No doubt I .and Mrs. A P. :Moore, them-and us tool I Oq e
When evening lies In have the experience. he la capable and Just every that is a laxative and when you w
all the land Is still., shall live to ace many other such thing he should( be and I am sO get used to it you get so thirstyfor ,Mrs. RhodaiDowIlng{ the Lazen- The Turners apparently enjoyed p
The woodsman halts in wonder days here In the coming' years glad to have them for friends. I a drink of It long after you bys, Elmoiv r::z"ii and Fannie a reunion last weekend. R. J.,I
and hears as In a dream. but I shall not forget this first still remember my last visit In are far from Clay Hill. The tur- Crews enjoyed ,a fish fry given Jr. from the Lake City Forestry
The sound of harpstrlngr, dwel- experience. their home and how I planned to pentine pines all about the school
ling on one recurrent theme. January out here is a healthy return to stay with them. Fate yard are tapped for gum and send
Who hears the harps of winter Into the air a rosin that is very
month. Not very many deaths stepped In and I never returned.

I \. And beneath listens a to frosty the moon music will and write gives letters me, and time just to. enjoy rest, sew my-,: a Deep' hope down that inside some of day me I may there yet Is!! calming sunshine to the Is nerves.spread on Alwaysthe the It's Founder's Week At Your A&Giving |

not forget It soon. after' be a resident of !Starke.! I was school yard, and the air will be
-Sidney King Russell. self. I even got up a little always so happy there. fragrant there Boon with wild more and 'better foods for,,lew money. Is an old
] midnlte and washed just for the i
honeysuckle blossoms. Such good, a tom at A & fl It all began la 1859 when our founder
One morning It wan 20 below fun of it. The laundry Is in the Helpful Hints. Sift your powdered i
zero when I took Digger outside. basement and I slipped down there !sugar before making Icing for clean, fresh air. I always loved the covered that It paid to keep price down, quality up, and t.a to
I looked three times at the thermometer I and did not disturb anyone. It the cake If It has lumpa. Try using the oranges and satsumas volume business at small profit on each sale since t
and the big
to see If I was readingit was quite an adventure when all, leftover mashed potatoes this! children brought me salt. day, millions of wise homemakers have made A t: p j
right. Really it did not seem was dark and quiet. I hung my way. Fry a small onion that has sack of kumquats I ate with headquarters for fine foods and discovered that It i
ao outlandish cold I had always clothes Inside so by daylight they I been diced up In some hot fat. Lula Mae Mosely always strawberries.broughtme FOOD STORES them In better eating for less. Visit youn A & P Super MSI
thought I would just freeze to I were ready to Iron. I finished Put your potatoes In and heat. Yes such I can look back and see that and see tho values In every department. You'll be glad \
death, but strange to say I felt before two o'clock and went back Try marking things with bright of wild did.
I Florida is a paradise
blackberries, raspberries, persIm-
mons. Oft I in my dreams' can iit\ 3 Tall

see fairyland the giant of moss oaks over with my headas the .FRESH White House Milk I Cans 3!

I walked beneath. I sang, yes
: sang with the birds, in that not 1 Iona Self lf Pig flour 25 lbs.r L7
too long ago. One can be happy AND VEGETABLES ,
anywhere if one makes up one's
mind. Some places, though, have
certain beauties that we like and APPLES Winesap or 8O'clockCoffeelb. 4
tt. remember. God surely loves Flor- -
ida and its people-there Is so Delicious, 100'sor 113
110 Ice Skating Stars! much of beauty there and good

r ness of living. 49c doz.Fresh Dexo .ShorteningSC : ltd!
36 Glamour-Icers! Here is my new Brown Sugar
Cookie Recipe given me by my Green
23 Acts! son's wife. My grandchildren like Streak
: Big these cookies. | Cabbage, lb. 3c RiceBlue 31b S. 4

2 cups brown sugar; 1 cup ,
w Comedy! Thrills! Girls! melted shortening, 3 eggs 1-4 cup
sweet milk, 1 tps vanilla, 2 tps GRAPEFRUIT
Y World's Largest baking powder, flour to make a Baking PowderClabben \
; stiff dough. Mix Ingredients in 10 lb. bag 25c.

i4 u r Portable Ice Rink! order given. Add enough flour to
S e* s .;i ., .t ytt roll, cut out any shape desired, .
F a st.6 ; LETTUCE
A b, sprinkle with brown sugar, bakeat Iceberg EAT MORE
1s' : ', Order Your Tickets 250 degrees until done. DRIED FRUIT
God bless you, love. -
... : .. ._._ ::: : ,. :..c'Now.- Don't Waif. -Lura.
Sliced 8 Cello 1 1Canadian 19c
.. Apples
---------------------------------- oz. -
: I e .
Sunsweet Peaches 11 box 21c
oz. -
1 HOLIDAY ON ICE I c/o DONALDSON'S 1 New RiverAND I 4 lb s. 15c ,

117 W. ADAMS ST. JACKSONVILLE. FLA rI LONG BRIDGE Sunsweet Prunes, lb. box 19c

ElloIo.eI b obck/mo".y ord.r totafeq i Au.. ,1"lIIpeei
Jessie Lee Lazenby BEANS Fresh Green
r r ..lIadd...... .a.dop.. 1e,4 .._Uo..... at I sues I Persian Dates, 1 lb. Cello 34;

bk 10' the (dCl".) P.rICl"O.. My 'HO"eIt Mrs. Pledger Johns and chil- lb'- --23c LAKE

clio''" 01 deat.. : ,. .f... .... -.... -..r. .- dren visited Sunday with her c COUNTY PEARS, 16 oz.tCello.A39c
t. S' Ii mother, Mrs. N. A. Conner, in
Potatoes White
Lake Butler.
/ / Gelatin I f
i .ADDIIII Clly Ilal. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody were 10 lb. bag 49c
t "ie.. ... guests of his niece, Mrs. Sam ,
.. -- -------- -.----------- -------- .
., Tickets Now At Trowell In Lake Butler Sunday. SPARKLE Dessert
donaldsonrssi.S6i.90.$2.a0 Several FFA boys of Bradford
County enjoyed the State Fair in
EXCHANGEABLE AT FULL VALUE FOR RESERVED SEATS >S2.SO< -S3.00 (All lac. Tax Tampa last weekend. They were 3 Ibs 29c Assorted
Lesley Sapp, Felton Moody, Joe Flavors
Kelley, M.. L. Johns, Ervin Andrews Fla. Red Bliss
Seeber Doyle Andrews, and Children Love It-
4 f for
Joe Lazenby. \Potatoes, 3 Ibs. 25c Delicious Nutritious .- .
Pledger Johns and daughters '
Bettie and Jackie and Mr. and s
GREATEST Mrs. L. L. Johns attended the
State Fair in Tampa. Herbert QUALITY .
Rouse, who la stationed with the
,t FEATURES Dt U. S. Navy in Jacksonville,' accompanied .to- filch cerden.111.ea2.

1 them to Tampa, where Hormel Sliced BACON, lb. 69c,
his family now reside. WITH DEUCIOUS JANE PARKER

Dorris Rlcharcle visiting and the Katheryne Lazen- Tender PORK CHOPS, lb. 45c
bye> Sunday afternoon.Mr. HOT 0 CROSS U UN

and Mrs. Ira Merrill are Cudahy Picnic HAMS, Ib. 49c .'
enjoying cooking on their new gas

NEW CHEVROLET this range week., which was, just installed Fresh SPARE RIBS, lb. - 3
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish of

leilbronn Springs'] were guests Rib & Brisket BEEF, lb. 39c
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.,

i Andrews.Mrs. Nan Merritt had a work- Super Rite Leg LAMB, lb. 69.

Ing Monday to help finish up her
I"*. ADVANCE DESIGN new home. Several men of the Super Rite Shoulder Lamb, lb. 43c
community worked most of the 9 S
day In spite of the fact that it
Nice Fresh Mullet lb. .
rained. They finished the coverIng j
jl and put most of the flooring Bursting with Juicy 251

In. There will be another workIng Headless WHITING, lb. -. 19c faiinsaniFruit
ONLY ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS FOR 1948 but the date will be announced
I Creamy (tiny\j Cross

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u At The TabernacleDuring lijornstad, Dramatic Artist, will -
*% mrch Newsark's sing his way into the hearts of Presbyterian Church wards and Mrs. Roy Green. [dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Proves FAST RELIEF
) I the past week the Tab- his audience, interspersing his ..JohnV..r..n. Kauhnan, :Minister Refreshments of cookies and 1 Sam Mott Sunday

4HIt ernacle group wan privileged to music with bits of personal testimony Morning Worship 11:00: O'clock. coffee were served. We are sorry to hear that Allen MISERIES )

hear Dr. E. G. Zorn Executive and experiences.See The morning theme is: "The Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberta of. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. i
4, Secretary of the IFCA, Chicago announcement elsewhere in Value of Right Choices." Starke were weekend guests of Lewis, has been. In! bed with II l RhiumattiM, Nruri tile, Lumkip.Sort I'
Ill, who brought a most helpful this issue. Mr. pneu '
and Mrs. Stiff MuMln!
Edd ,
"H Holy Communion, Sunday School meets in the Polk. moots He is much better now,
study from the Gospel of John. The public is invited to all ser Chapel O. W, JUST rub. "f,.*Ina% (tail.Nni-ri.t.tmIII is !
m. His Theme for the week was: vices at 9:45: A. M. Barry went to Jacksonville Mr.\ and( Mrs. C. C. Does of eon roof. In.....',aching "mufcl.Mart .
at the Tabernacle. The Sunday where he m nil* (to | Vt NEURA* i
Service, 7:30: "The Miracles Adult Class is hopes to Newberry spent Sunday with Mr p.s..n..
|y; Lenten of Jesus", found In being reorganized recover from BALM in aet '.... long Iron
John's Gospel, using a differentone For the present it his Illness. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. taw aaltMlaa 1 _! aguaculu redt.tind pain*.

Church each night. Special music HEAR will enroll both men and women. Members of the O. A. and R. A.
ay 10:00 a was rendered throughout theweek's The Baptist HourAtlanta We are happy to announce that Invite everyone to be present
11 a. M. Holy Commun- aenricea.; Dr. Zorn left C. M. Turney of the State Farm Monday night Feb. 16, for their

I sermon. for Jacksonville Saturday morning -, has agreed to teach this class. regular meeting. SAPP'S STORE I

Rev. S. W. Creasey. where he spoke to a Youth' Westminster Fellowship meets Mr. and Mrs. Leander Parrlsh

;, for Christ meeting at night, and every Sunday evening at six. All! and son, Herbert, of Trenton
COSTAL HOLINESS from there will leave for his home Young people are welcome. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edd 600 EAST 10TH STREET
N: CHURCH In Chicago. Polk and Mr. and Mrs. L. A.

li St. and Temple Ave. Sunday night a special treat k"- Christian Church Fowler Sunday

ay School 9:45: a. m.: Morn was enjoyed In having at the Tabernacle Rev J. B. Dixon, Pastor Miss Alma Leta Dyal was visit-
irshlp 11 a. m.; Evangells- Rev. Boyer, Baptist Pas- ing relatives In Gainesville last
vices 7:00: p. m. EveryoneRev. tor of Plant City. He-delivered Bible School 10 a. m. weekend.

P. a thought-provoking message on"God's Morning Worship 11 a. m Sub Mr. and Mrs. Horace Adklnson
I L. J. Price, Pastor Property". ject, "Life's Objective". of South Carolina came to visit

Friday, February 13, at 7:30 p Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Ills brother' J.V.. Adkinxon.. who .5 edIJ:
m., Dr. William L. Pcttlnglll, renowned Topic: "If : had my life to live Is in the Alachua County Hospital
Bible Teacher, will deliver |over". but Is much better now.
I FEBRUARY 13 & 14
a prophetic message of pro- Mid-Week Service Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johnson of

PRICES found importance to all. Dr. 7:30: p. m.Children's. Wednesday Lake Butler .were visiting Mr. Yellow Rose Yellow RoseFLOUR
Pettinglll is one of the most and Mrs. EtM, Pulk Sunday after-
sought-after speakers for religious Hour Friday 3:30: noon.
REDUCEDFROM ; p. m., each week.Brooker. FLOUR251b.
conferences all the United
over (F I Mr. and Mrs. Reecy Hatcher of
States., .
Santa Fe were guests of Mr. and
On Thursday, February 19. the I' Mrs. L. A. Fowler Sunday after'' bag 10 Ib. bag
Norwegian Gospel Singer, Elvln noon. '

IS O/ Thomas and James Hamilton,
By Helen Harry N. G. Hayes, Jr., Eldridge Hayes, 2.10 95cIIUNT'S

0300ON 0CARPENTER'S . a . E. W Hodge, Jr.. and Velelta

, MISCELLANEOUS Silo WElL Hodge spent last weekend at the
A Fair in Tampa.
lovely miscellaneous
t ALL January 21"Youth.sCreat honoring Mrs. Everett Galney, Miss Bobby Jo Green of Lake

Investment" Is the subject was given at the Community Cen Butler spent the weekend with COFFEE39clb.
RadiosElectric of "The Baptist Hour" for Feb- ter Saturday afternoon. Lavonla Hodges.

ruary 15, with Charles Wellbornof Novel arrangements of hearts Doyle Hazen of the Universityof 2 8-oz.
Ir6ns Fort Worth, Texas as speaker,, and streamers !in Valentine colors Florida spent last week with
It was announced today by th e were used as decorations. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
.I The
lectric HeatersCHARLES Radio Commission of the Southern many'lovely and useful gifts were Hazen. e 13c .

I Baptist Convention, Atlanta, S. F. displayed on a'center table overlaid Miss Jeanette Creamer of Jacksonville ,
.. Lowe Director. Heard over Sta with a beautiful lace cloth. spent the weekend with
tion WJAX at 8:30: A. M., "The Several appropriate Valentine her parents, ,Mr and Mrs. H. H Great Northern
Baptist Hour" is considering Howard.
games and contests
"Church Youth and the Home" In were enjoyed BREAD
C.SHEPHERD. by the guests. Mrs Harmon Mor Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamiltonwere
February, under the general
gan was ethe winner in business visitors to Pompanolast BEANS
theme, "Divine Light for Dally "Valentine writing
j 1 Living. Any Regular Loaf ii
Mr. Wellborn, a first-year student Hazen won in the dart Miss Winifred Crosby of Jack 2 113. pkg.
at Southwestern Baptist throwing contest. sonville spent the weekend with

Seminary Fort Worth was for Fol7. wing the presentation of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. 14c
! U Gays Service Station Phone 64 STARKE ''I merly a teacher of Political Science the gifts to the honoree refreshments Crosby. ea. 33cTICK

nn-the-Minit Service at Baylor University, Waco, of sandwiches, heart-shaped I Mrs. Lottie Edwards was a
I I Texas, and has been with the De cookies, and Cokes were served. business visitor to Gainesville
II I -- _J_ _ _'_ .1 partment of Student wbrk I in Hostesses on this occasion were Monday. FACE Old-Fashioned

Texas Youth Revivals the past Mrs. R. H. Rahn, Mrs. Resale Mrs. L. W. Barry was In Lake DEMPSTER

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In two years, having spoken in 15 Carlton, Mrs. G. W Davis, and Butler on business Monday.Mr. Horse Collars PITCHER

major city-wide revivals.A Mrs Hugh Butler Crosby. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonof PUMPS
The Heart of Town And In The Hearts feature of the February 15 I Starke were visiting her
of The People"A programs will be the seventh Mr and Mrs. Noon Mott No.2' Size
favorite hymn, as determined bya ,. the recent meeting- the. Saturday. 2.50 ea. 6.85 ea.
poll among six and a half mil Home Demonstration Club the The Brooker Junior High .
Southern Baptist Church For All People boysplayed
lion Southern on purchasing fruit
Baptists and other the Starke boys in basketball
Interested listeners. trees reported a total of $8932 Thursday of last week. The We greatly Appreciate the Patronage each off

Sunday School 9:45 Training Unions 8:15: The worth of trees bought to date. score was 19-26 In favor o our customers has given us.
committee on
furnishing the
Morning-Worship. Evening Happy'Hour/ Baptist ChurchAt club house Brooker.
( reported i In
progress The, 6th Ttk
and,8th .
grades .
11:00 7:30 selecting a heater and '' '- -
Baptist other furnishings -
the First : Church went to Gainesville last week to .
this Sunday morning the Pastor and that this work will see "Cone t With the Wind". FOR AMERICAFARMS
'' will continue his be completed by the next meeting Tlllle
'Morning Message messages on LInzmcyer and Stanleyi POTASH
Importance of the news in rela Time was spent on club organ i Crosby of Gainesville visited Mr.
"WHAT SORT O?, PEOPLE'Evening '.' tion to Bible Prophecy with the ization plans with the following and Mrs. C. A. Crosby last Fri

sermon topic being, "What Sort committee chairmen appointed: say
MessageBy of People?" This aeries of messages Food Conservation, Mrs. Tyler Mr. and Mrs. C. }I. Layfleld and '..
Dr. Geo.' R. Ellin of Sidney, N. Y., on the action of the UN In Jones; Nutrition O. B. Colson; children of Gainesville were dinner TONS POTASH (KaO
Palestine and the prophecy of the Clothing and Textiles, R. F. guests of Mr. and Mrs. NoonMott
Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Jews will come to a close next Hazen; co-chairman, V. V. Hazen; Sunday. 900,000

Sunday morning with a message House and Furnishing, Mrs. R. F. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman MOw-1
composed of questions asked dur Oano: Recreation Mrs H. C. and children of Gainesville were
ing this two months series. If Douglas; Health, Miss Lubedla

I you have any questions you are Pinholster; Crafts, Mrs. Connde

R. B. Alvarez & Son during Invited the to submit week. them in writing led.Plans Tyler; Food Production,, to be fit LIABILITY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE 800,000

were made for
Sunday evening there will be a programsand Although not compulsory it IK
guest speaker as Dr. George R. social hour for the next three much aster to carry Liability
Transfer & Storage Co. Elleln, Pastor of the Sidney Bap- months. A work meeting was Insurance. I represent only old
planned for Feb. 19 700,000 -
tist Church Sidney, N. Y., and a on planting line, reliable stock companies. '
Southern Baptist, brings the the club house grounds and cloth Your business will be appreci
Moving and Phone 9105 evening message. Sunday School ing construction. ated. ::
meeting will be held
meets at 9:45: A. M. and Training 129 W. Call Street
: on Tuesday, March 2.
We Operate .Local and Long Distance Unions at 6:15: P. M. with de- New members received at this Opposite. Bradford Co. TelegraphPhone 600.000
partments and unions for all age,
Anywhere In The State of groups Mid-week Service, "the meeting were: Mrs. Tyler Jones, 154

Florida. sweetest hour of the week", is Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins, Mrs, N. D. Wainwright Jr.
Rosa Pinholster, Mrs. Vernon
held Wednesday at 7:30: wjth, Ed
Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits testimony and Bible study 'I. 800,000

A cordial invitation is extendedto .=,..---I, -'..lI! ......:::...
all to "visit the church with -

the visiting pastor"
'Why Not Enjoy The Beat"

Methodist Church"The 1400,000

Church The. Bride of \
ChrIst" will be the sermon used
by Rev. Luther Bridgers in the t
wraof Mmo taA9 soviet First Methodist Church Sunday 800,000

morning at 11 o'clock. O
Cooking Heating Refrigeration This sermon will be a highlightin
the series of revival services .
FOR + Tpee
now being conducted in the church vz in your
T. ShulJ Plumbing & Heating by Dr. Bridgers. There will be .( 'y .200,000
LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144 no Saturday services, but Dr. -7 pocket
Bridgera will preach tonight (Fri 1939 40 41 42 43 44 41 48 41

Central Florida Gas & Applicance Co. day) at 7:30: o'clock.W. .
H. (Bill) Parrish. well- North American Dv/ .ri.*

Phone 3752 Trenton, Fla. known singer of Nashville Ca, It i is easier t o save of American Potash for Agriculture/

arrived Wednesday to assist in -- clothes than to buy
the services and his messages In -- new ones. So add
CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE song have added much to' the longer life to your The American Potash Industry to keep American farms

SASH DOORS PAINT HARDWARE meetings. Dr. and Mra. Bridgersare : '1 old outfit by bringing operating in high gear is now producing and delivering for

also talented musicians and them to us for agriculture more than three times as much potash as it did
their duets featureof 'II
are a popular
Moat every meeting.Dr. cleaning Our methods are in 1939. (See chart.) This record has been made in the face

Everj thing ANNISBUILDING I Try Us Bridgers is from the West- f ) tested and safe. You'll)) be of great man.power. equipment and shipping difficulties.

For Those ern Carolina Conference, but at proud of your clothes j if you While you still may not be able"to get all of the potash you
To the present time Is serving as will let us renew their the
want to use every effort is being made to meet greatly
at Palatka.He .
supply pastor beauty.
BuildOr SUPPLIES Hard conducted a revival meeting ,increased demand for this essential plant food.
Rf'paln To Get here 35 years ago, and it has
1036-1048. Main St.. South. been a pleasure for many of the Vrllf mforfrtt information and littrat.rttn
Gainesville Florida Item older members of the congregation she profitaktt fi'ilul1I0. enpi
R"Made) to renew their acquaintancewith IMIONE 133
PHONE 217 2IS him.Arthritis.

GREEN, 315
r- Pain 11S Sixteenth St., N. W. Washington 6D.C.
MEET AND EAT AT ROY'S rot MbM quick.sad pain d.Ubttull: :ol fUwuauultm comfort!*,*Artbritla h.lp for /M...., Cwnpon'.fl .

Good Food Soda Fountain N.umlx' ,Lcunb..o.1I.1& 1e.,er....... .la try AMERICAN POTASH a CHIMlCAl CORPORATION t
tsI... Work*Ihromh Uw blood. Flria do*
I....... Rest Rooms For Your Convenience uaiMhUy Dr; aJJ.vlJUJjiff pus aa you can STARKE, FLA. POTASH COMPANY Of AMIRWAUNITIO
work. ) urn and slip matt comfortably. POTASH COMPANY
0. tml4 at draccut today. Quick, com- ITATIS
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rand New River Preclncta, subject AND NOTICE TO APPEAR IV CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. dress You la are unknown.required to appear on STATE AND NOTlCI'O ': (

Funeral Today tu the will of the DemocraCTo vot STATE OF. FLORIDA to: RosaVanderpool : FLORIDAl I.V IIIAN- March 1. U48 In the above named whoe.FLollln.\lt:

Political era In the Prlmarlea In May. whose residence and June'Seymour Plaintiff, I Iv. Court and cause wherein plaintiff re'IGt,'
address In: '% Monroe High School Wlneteer Bradford County Yo..

For Mrs. Austin Announcements the The votera vote In and the active district nupport are earnestly of Wolcotr New York. 'I fend-int.. George Case Lellewyn No 6335.Wlneteer De- Telegraph seeks divorce.shall. publish this Order March I are, IOn.lrd In r.4 I 0

solicited and I promise If You are required to. appear on PUPL1CATION In next four weekly Issues.Wltnesa Court nnd Ih.
ORDER OF 'auoe
March 8. 1948, In the above named mv hand and official seal seeks divorce S1"
Kite Austin 72. wife elected to continue to dischargethe '''
RATKl lit 10 FOR PERIOD wherein plaintiff Florida this January 27,
dutlew of the office In a fair Court and cause STATE OF FLORIDA to: UeorgreLj'llewyn at Starke, Tel..raph ohall PUblm''"
of Lacy Austin died early Thurs UNTIL FIRST PRIMARY and Impartial manner aa I have seeks divorce. Bradford County whose residence 1 A4H In next four -
shall publish this Order Wlneteer OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma, ...... We.kly 11Wltn.
of her daughter endeavored to do In Telegraph ( "-
home / Sun Diego, my
at the ls. 643 17thlftr".t.,
day IIan4
6.hll'A hLL.
PAYABLE M. ;: In next four weekly Issues.Witness As Clerk of said Court. '''101 lOt Starke. '"
Mrs. Alva Smith, In Gainesville. my hand and official California. to on E. K. Perryman Starke, Fla. lIary 29. 19t FI rlda
1873 In seal at Htarke. Florida, this February You are required appear Atty. for Plf. 1-30 4t J-20 (OFFICIAL
,She Was born on March 16. 1948 In the above named' SEAL)
I wish to announce my candidacy 6, 1948.OFFICIAL and wherein plaintiff A. Clerk of lIald A.1
Starke. I HIIKHIFP for Sheriff of Bradford County subject ( SEAL) A..1. Thomas.As seeks Court divorce cauxe and care, custody and ORDRR Of PURLICATIOV: AND H. O. Brown, ItArk.:! Coun.

Besides her husband and To the voters of Bradford County: to the Democratlo primaries Clerk of ....ald Court. control of minor children. [Bradford NOTICE TO APPKAH Atty. for Pit, '
daUgh-j I wish to announce my candidacy in May. If elected I will discharge" Qeo. L. Patten Starke, Florida County Telegraph shall publish TO: Leonard J. Solomon of Prestige I..
ter the Is survived by a for the office of Hherlff of the dutlea of the office to the best Atty. for Plf. 84t 2-27 thla Order In next four weekly Inc. 1832 Empire State lit cmriir (cWnV .
of Jacksonville and ; Bradford County subject to the of my ability and I earnestly solicit Building. New York 1, New York. TOIVTI, '
R. Austin I Democratic primaries In May. If the vote and support of all the 1ST CIRCUIT COURT. BR4DFOHDCOUNTY. \e.Wltnes* hand and official You .are hereby notified that (' ;R Y. FLmtl'IQ,

one sister Mra. Rhoda William-' elected to this high place. of responsibility votera of Bradford County. FLORIDAl 1-V: CHAN- my Florida this February Esther Dorothy Solomon has filed IlI'r.da Cheney rialmu.
seal at Starke
will da my best to -NELSON T- GREEN CaGilY a Bill In the nature of a Bill of .. Defendant !!' '
Bon of Starke. give the people of thla county a Ann Kelly Plaintiff. vs. Stephen 11, 1948.OFFICIAL SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas Review against ;you In the Circuit I ORDER OP pi-i Cl"

Funeral services will be held clean progressive honest. Impartial FOR SIIKRIFF Kelly. Defendant. Case No. 902. As( of said. Court Court of lo'lo>>rld.... Eighth Judicial I AND NOTICE
and fearless administration 01 ,. I hereby announce my candidacy ORDER OF PUBLICATION' Clerk Bldg. Circuit In and for Bradford County, STATE OF TO Af
at the DeVVitt C Jones Chapel In the law. I earnestly solicit :your- for the office of Sheriff of Bradford AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Rnbert H. Duncan 204 Lynch In Chancery, In that certain cause Ch.n.y. whoA.FLORDA

Gainesville Friday morning at 11 vote and support.P. County aubject to the will of STATE OF FLORIDA to: Stephen Jacksonville, Fla. 2-13 4t 35IX entitled Leonard J. Solomon Plaintiff dr..".. I. unknown.
in O. (Pete, ) Reddish. the Democratic. voter* In thn primary Kelly whose resldeffbe: and address Atty. for Plf. versus. Exther Dorothy Solomon You lr.. r@q'llr.4'
o'clock. Interment will be election of elected to thla position of high reapnnslblllty > BRADFORDCOUVTY. moves the Court for an order setting Court 195. Ih.
Santa Fe Cemetery. FOil "tPERHTKiwnK'VT: of You are 'required to appear on : CIRCUIT COURT. and .. .ab
I'tULIU: IVCTUWTIOV: and trust I will dlsoharge March t, 1J4S In the above named FLORID A| I.V CHAN I aside and declaring to be null .eek.. dlvorc. and
the duties, of thla office In CERY and void and of no force and effect trol of adoptive rU810
Court and
candidatefor wherein
I hereby announce as a cause, plaintiff
a fair and Impartial manner. Tour seeka Georgia King Plaintiff vs. Robert the final decree heretofore entered County Telegraph rhl4
Welfare Supervisor Superintendent of Public Instruction divorce." Bradford County ,
of Bradford County Florid vote and active support will b.Jll'r.atly Telegraph shall publish this Order King, Defendant. Case Nn. A114. In the above captloned eult.Tou Order In next four shAl
} I appreciated.T. In next four Issues. ORDER OF PUBLICATION are therefore hereby required Witness my .kl
194 weekly hand
*, In the May prlmarlei
Announces C. (Clayton) Crawford.iv to to the said Bill
am qualified fnr the office undi Witness my hand and official AND NOTICE TO APPEAR appear seal at Starke: ,
seal STATE!!: OF FLORIDA to: Robert In the nature of a Bill of Review uarv 24. 194H Florida l
the n w school law and pledge myself. at Starke, Florida thla February
Intake Schedule If elocted, to discharge! the ( inn IT ('OI'IIT. nmnpomiCOI 2,' 1948OFFICIAL King, whose residence Is unknown HO filed against you before the (OFFICIAL SCAL) J
'" A.I.
duties of thla i>fflco faithfully and MTV, FLOIIIUll: ( 11 \11ERY. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. You are required to appear on Clerk of this Court on the lilt day As Clerk of said Court
(; March 15, 1948 In the above named of March. 1948. at the Court House Ray
with the t>fBt Interests; of the children As Clerk of said Court. Slden. DaYIOna
Mis Miriam Stubbs. District of Hradford County> ever In Sum W Creech. Plaintiff vs. Margaret T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla Court and cause wherein plaintiff In Starke, Pradford County .Flor Aty. Bh
Welfare Supervisor 'announced mind. I further pledge myself to Creech, Defendant. Case No. Atty. for Plf. 2-8 4t 2-27 seeks. divorce. Bradford County ida otherwise a Decree Pro Con- -
Telegraph shall publish this Order fesso will be entered against you
of :
devote full time to the 6monr
that effective Feb. 1 the Intake this office and .lie ready at all >ER op ptrrrLiPATroN IV CIRCUIT COI'HT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. In next four weekly Issues.Witness for failure to appear.. 1-----

schedule in Bradford County Is as, times to work with- the people of AND NOTICK TO APPEAR FLORIDAl CHAN my hand and..officialeal IT IS oriDEHCD!: that this notice
this county for the welfare of STATE: OP FLORIDA to: Margaret CKRY. at Starke, Florida this February be published once a week for four
follows: every child In the county. Tour Creech, whose residence la Pauline Slonaker plaintiff vs. 11, 1948. consecutive weeks In the Bradford. Buick GaiREPAIRS

The second Thursday of each vote and support will be greatly Blackwell. Houth Carolina. Hugh ''Slonaker Defendant. Case (Official Seal A..J. Thomas; County Telegraph, a newspaper
appreciated Tou are hereby required to ap No. 107. As Clerk of said. Court having general circulation l In Bradford
menth from 9 a m. to 12 noon, Harmon F. Morgan. pear on. !March 1. 194S In the above ORDER OF PUBLICATION Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla. Countv Florida.
Bradford County courthouse named, Court and cause, wherein AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf. 2-13 4t 3-& This the 23 day of January 1941.
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford STATE!! OF FLORIDA to: Hugh A. J. THOMAS.
Starke, Mrs. Wilson visitor; City To the FOR citizens MffclUFF1 of Bradford County Telegraph. shall publish thla Slonaker whose residence and ad Clerk Clrcnlt Court Bradford BODY WORK |
Order In SEAL)
Mrs. visitor. next four weekly Issues. dress Is unknown. County. Florida (
Hall Lawtey Darsey County; Wltneug my hand and official leal You are required to appear on COUNTY. FLORIDAl IN CHAN 1-30 4t 2-20 PAINTINGPARTS
I hereby
The second Thursday of each announce'my candidacy at Siarke, Florida thla March R CERY. -
January 1948 In the above named
for the office of./Shrrlff and assure
Kavanagh Kllleacy Plaintiff.
month from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m., you of my .appreciation of ;your Court and cause wherein plaintiff vs, Francla Thoman Kllleavy. Defendant I.V
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. seeks divorce. Bradford County
support during the campaign and Thomas .
Mrs. Stick Case No. 6318. -
City Hall Hampton, i
Aa Clerk of aald Court. Telegraph shall publish thla Order
your vote at the Primary Election,
ney visitor. May 4, 1948. D. K. Knight Btarke, Fla* In next four weekly Issues ORDER OF PUBLICATION"AND Mary. France Collins, Plaintiff vav ALL CAR

1 am a native ofi the State of Atty. for Plf. 1-30 4t 1-20 Wltnesa mv hand and official. seal NOTICE TO APPEAR Raymond Francis Collins, Defen AND |
The second Thursday of each Florida and have lived In Bradford at Starke Florida, 6"1. February Thomas Kllleavy. whose residence dant. Case No. 6291. TRL"K

month, from 1:30: p. m. to 3:30 County for several years.. I h v.obll..rved 1ST: rlRCI'IT COVRT. BRADFORD 8. 19411. l,,: Care of General Joseph C Smith. AND ORDER NOTICE OF PLICATION TO
the duties of the -
p. m., Community Center Brook Aa Clerk of said Court. C. G, Headquarters Command. II. S. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. EXPERT
and If given the honor of .election, lIECHSERVICE
A. F. B., A. P. O. 633. Care Post1master. Francis
Charles R. Hess Raymond Collins whoseresidence
Mrs. visitor. 1 will perform the dstles to the John IT 204-01 Guaranty
cr, Stlckney Murphy Plaintiff New N. -|
'V. Tork T.
best of my: ability.O. Emma V. Murphy Life Bldg.. Jacksonville. FI.... and address Is: % John
Defendant. .
Dates of intake in Bradford H. (Bmltty) Smith No. 820 Case Atty. for Plf. 34t. 8-27 You are required to appear on P. CoUln... 3127 37th' St., Astoria PRO
!March L. I., New Tork.Tou .
IS. 1948 In the above named >
County for 1948 are: Feb. 12 FOR STATR (BXATOR: AND ORDER NOTICE OP PURXJCATION TO .. NOTICR OF StLB' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff are required ta appear on AND EFFICIE

March 11, April 8, May 13 June I hereby announce my: candidacy. STATE! OF FLORIDA APPEAR to: Emma. The' Board. of Public Instruction seeks divorce. Pradford County March 1, 1(48. In the above named
of the Court and wherein
ahall cause, plaintiff
of Telegraph
10 July 8, August 12. Sept. 9, for the the 16th office of State. Senator from dress V. Murphy Is: Buokroe whose.residence Beach and ad of Florida will accept Bradford.sealed State bids In next four weekly publish Issues.Witness thla. Order aeeka divorce. Bradford County OREN HARPE

Oct. 14, Nov. 11, Dec. 9. Bradford Senatorial and District Union Counties comprising You are required to ,appear Virginia.. on on certain. Iteme of transportation my hand and official In Telegraph shall publish thla Order SHOP FORE
equipment next .
and. It.elected 1 prom I.* to March '. 1(4*. In the Move named. Bus No.4 hereafter described: .lOal ''e 8tarkf FIrlda. this Feb- fourweekly hand Issues.Witness and official.
faithfully perform the dutl.s of Court .and cause, wherein plaintiff : :Body Mfg. Wayne: rUAry 1948.' my
this offloe to the best of my ablllt,.. Keeks divorce. Bradford. County CI1..h B U.18258J7.!. Ford' Tear' 1937i Motor No (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa. seal at 28. Starke 1948. Florida- this Jan

.RULED 'PRACTICE PAPER, Tour vote and support will bo Telegraph shall publish thla Order, Bus No. 7': Body M' .As Clerk of said Court uary(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
greatlly appreciated.Respectfully. In next" four weekly IHJlu.... : .. Wayne; Fleming Jones. Scott & Botts. '
0x12. for ncliool children. 75c yours. Witness my hand and official Cl1a..III.BBU.a "ord: Y..ar. 193.: Morto No. Barnett National Bank Bldg. Aa. Clerk of said Court. GrenBuck
Starke. Fla.
aeal at Starke, Florida Jacksonville, Fla. T. Frank Landrum
1'fI&II'IBradford County Tele O. FRED ANDREWS. .this; Jan Bus No. 8ndl'
2U 1-30 4t -20
uary 14. 194NOFFICIAL Mfg. Waynes: Attys. for Plf. 2-13 4t 3-5 Atty. for Plf. ?
Chassis. -
( SKAL) Chevrolet: Tear. 19371! -
graph. A. J. Thomas, '
I hereby _announce. my candidacy r>. K. Knight. Starke, Fla. Bids1. are acceptable. from any In ('OI'NTY. KLORIDAl IN CHANtKKY. (COUNTY FLORIDAl IV CHANCKRY. e
for state Senator from the 15tn Atty. for Plf. 1-30 4t 2-20 dividual person, party or the duly i .

n CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD, Henatorlal District. I have. always i .authorised!. agent or renre' ...nt..tlu.. Bessie Child*. THalntlrr. va. .T. ...... O. L. Norman. Plaintiff vs. Yetlva W
felt and worked for the aid of old or any firm -
IN group or organisation." Chllds. n..nda-n.-mc: Norman. Defendant. Case No.
COUITr.! PLORIUAI IN CHAN and needy people. I believe In careful CIRCUIT COURT. BRAttFORD' Prospective purchasers. are In* ORDER .. N'.3 il- ORDER OF PUBLICATION 6295.
pending and low taxe. vlted to Inspect and examine the
I Bennett llenaud Plaintiff, If AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
elected, I promise full conolentloua. equipment. Arrangements ,
VH. Oordon ft Ilenaud, Defendant. service to the beat of; Maurice, Berllriaky' Plaintiff vs. made for df>lng so by contacting may. be STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jamea ,
Can No. 6324. my ability. I ..earneetly solicit June Golden Berllnsky Defendant. the office of the Superintendent Chllds. whose residence and addrens ,
ORDER OP PUBLICATION your vote .and support eubject'toihe Case No. 274. Public Instruction. was: Jares, N. Mexico. '

AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Pemoaratla Primary, of May 4,, ORDER OF PUBLICATION Parties desiring to You are required to appear on
BTATIO oar FLOKIDA toi Jordan AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR In the;a ward* to be made.participate In March 15. 1948.. In the .above named : :
I.*, llenaud. whose residence ananddrenit Sincerely your friend STATE O'll' FLORIDA, to: June sale. of> t '&!onv. described Court and cause wherein plaintiff CONAY'S.SRVGESTATI
In: fc standard Oil Comimiiy Clarence A. Roberta. Oolden Berllnsky whose residence ment \ la unknown. pro children. Bradford. County Tele j ,
:Memphis, -, posal with the, Board of Public In.
You are required' to graphshall *
are recjtitred to appear on appear on struotlen through I Its publish this Order In .
FOR IHERIF" Secretary, the '
February four
list.-1 48 I In tI next
March 15, 1148 In tlie above named I hereby: announce for the office I named Court-1: ami the above Superintendent. Public Instruc weekly Issues. GREASING"VELPCTBIC ARC WELDISC
Court and cauiie,. wherein plaintiff of Sheriff of Bradford County,, sub plaintiff. 'cau,4e, wherein tion .at Itsr office |n the courthouse Witness. my hand, and official ,
seeks divorce. Itradford County ject to .the, will of the .votere In County Telegraph aeeka dlv' shall. .Bradford' at Starke.. Florida on or before the seal at Starke, Florida this Feb. ,: P..urz.C..W.1 To Remove Dirt Vacuum Ctai.
Teli'graph' Khali .publish thin Order the Democratic Primary of May 4. thla Order publish hour of 1000. ... m. of Saturday ruary 8. 1148OFFICIAL : Estlai
In next lour weekly "' .....' r. If elected, 1 will make. you one Issues. In neat four weekly February: '14th; 1948 Proposala. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. i., .Expr Pal ttnfcr.-.r- e tr.

Witness my hand and official promise, and that l I. to make you Witness hnfid ceivedafter the hour and date In As Clerk ef said Court. '( : : ACCESSORIES
my and .
seal. at Wturke, Florid.,. this Feb.runry one pf the beat officera .you have, seal at Starke, Florida thla official dicated twill not be considered. The Ore n A Green., Starke Fla. I I : MOO and
7. 1(411.OFFICIAL .v.thad.. ,. ." of January IU8. 21at Boardof Public Instruction will Attys. for Plf. ; 2-13,41 3-$ u o '
( 8KAL) A.' J. Thomas.Am ,r.. P.. (BucK> Jones.1 (OFFICIAL SEAL" "A. J: ThoVnaa.\ convene In IIp..I..I..II''I..n' at 10:00 .EXCHANGE'
Clerk of laid Court. a m. on Saturday CIRCUIT ;
o Ae .Clerk' of aald February. l4rti, IV: COURT. BRAttFORrt/ IRESj I ,
Court ui
'\ HamiiDl W. U.t.e.,1 Ualn"vllI... ria.Atty"fol'l FOB COUNTYI "1.8. NIIR' John 3 Henderson Esq 1948 for the purpose of making' the (corvTY.. PLoniDAi: .. U27S"ad.
award of *
sale .I.
to .
) Plf. I tti, 3IS fj,4 the best bidder. -
hereby announce>nar candidacy tine Fla.' oe bidders. -, !i --
TM 0
IN rtHCl'IT COIFHT. BRADFORD for the. office i ofi County CommUeloner I Atty. for.I. 3 J-23 it '-13 of any 01".11 "bids right Is of hereby rejection re Hugh Florenoe McDonald, Plaintiff vs.!: *" _.. . :
for District One ; (Lawtey) McDonald. Defendant. Case' .O.
.1 ('OIJ'II TY. FLORIUAl tl',CIIANCKRV Bradford C ont;. .Florida. Ifelected. IN CIRCUIT COUKT.' BRADFORD served struction.by.the ''Board u- of Public In No. 6332. '. j

Pell Stafford Jerdan. Plaintiff, vs.Carl ful (' .- McRAE AND NOTICE
energetic and conscientiousservice iluperin't.nd. rUbn TO APPEAR ,
\ r. .Jordan.. DefendantCase to thla Important .office, Ma nf redo Spadaro Plaintiff. ".. lion t Instruc STATE OF FLORIDA toi Hugh j :
No. JJ1 t wilt at' all tlmea be Lombardo. ex-offfcln Secretary. Board McDonald. whose 1 !
to Franceeea {
- ready Maria Spadaro of Public residence. and ad iPt Ht
. Bradford dress ; :
'. AND NOTIC-Fl TO APPRARr8TTn. confer and advlae wild' my constituents Defendant. Case No. 6271. County,. Starke. Is unknown. .. .
'., Florida. You t&SHO.E
I 'OF-rFLOBIDA tot Carl and.,In m7.duU. as Commissioner ORDER PUBLICATldN1 2-f .2t I.U. are required to appear en .
to out their will AND NOTICFJ TO \ March IS 1948 In .
r.. carry APPEAR the above named . ,
Jiudan whose residence In: 1411H : :
and work the beet i Interest of Court and <.
for STATE OF cau
FLORIDA to Urn. IN 'CIRCUIT e, wherein plaintiff
vrnttst Street.' Philadelphia, 1 COURT 'j -
our district and Your Lombardo BRADFORD seeks divorce. ,
oeunty. support Franoeaea Maria Spadaro Bradford County: \ .
Pennsylvania...;, will be deeply .appreciated. whose residence and addrei* ::;..rY' ,FLORIDA* IN CHAN. Telegraph shall publish this Order 1 .,.t. ,r '
You are rerrulreil 'to appear onIIlar..h -.J. M. Monds Is: Province of Trapanl Rossottl Llasl. Hood. In next lour weekly Issues. "
15. 1948 In the: ahove named 1ft Alcamo. Italy. B. Hoo.kD..ad Plaintiff,' vs. James. Witness my hand and official. j .. '

\ Court and cause. wherein plaintiff FOR ('OVNTY'COJlMII.ION"R 4 You are required to appear on i ORDER nt. Case No. 6314. neat at Starke, Florida, this Februarv 1 ,' ..
seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTeleitraph Or-PUBLICATION. .
February 23. 'In 10, 1948.OFFICIAL .
I the above AND fwFOR.
shall put>ll.h' thla Order hereby announce my candidacy named NOTICE TO APPEAR ( A -
for CI Court and cause, wherein STATE SEAL) A. J. Thomas, }
>Commleeloner of> District OF FLORIDA .
In next four weekly Issues.Witness .' to: James
: plaintiff aeeka divorce. Pvadford. B As Clerk of said Court.
Three myr hand and official vote and lupport will b1t greatly: County: Telegraph shall publish thla known. ;. .la. un T. Frank Lnndrum Starke, Fla. .
Heal lit Htftrke, Florida this February appreciated. ; Order In next four weekly Issues. You are required to Atty, for Plf. 2-13 4t 3.S -
7. 1948OFFICIAL I. ..Witness my hand and official March appear on '. .
-Ira Wilton 8. 1948 In the .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomai. I seal at Starke, Florida, thla Jan Court and causewherein. above named 1W: rinrriT COURT. BRADFORD .. .
Aa Clerk of mild Court. FOR COVNTY COMMISSIONERUUtrlrt uary 21, 19U. \ seeks divorce. plaintiff COUNTY. FLORIDA I IN CHAN*
Joseph .K.. Ilk I", ...... iWlllinms Bids. Three (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :U.'Thomai, Telegraph. shall, PTadford County CKRY. '
publish The ENTIRE
T. W. KprHvth St., Jacksonville, Fla. I hereby' announce my candidacy Ae Clerk of salrl. Court. In next four weekly Issues.thla Order Allle Mae H. Ackerman Plaintiff
Atty. for rif. 2-13 4t 15NOTICR for the office of County Commissioner I PV. Lucille CI Conner D C. Witness my ; hnnd and I Vlt. Timothy B. Ackerman Defen
T. Frank Landrum, Starke' Fla. r-nse Nn A12H.
of District No. Three, comprising at Starke, .Florida this
Atty. fo>>r Plf. 1-ZJ 4t 211It Feb ORDER' OF PITP-LICAT1ON
the South ruary 4. 1948.
Stark Precinct Daj
: .-- AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR Every Day Bargain
subject tn the will of the votera (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
In <.... Matter of 'he F..I.... .1 In the Prlmarlea In May. If elected rlRCI'IT 'TOITRT. nRADFORDCOI As Clerk of saM Court STATR OF FLORIDA-
Kmmn .r.....*.- e>.......... I I shall continue to Rive my very 'NTY.. FLORIDAl. CIIAMCKIIY. 1'':. Ka, Perrvman Starke. FI... B, Ackerman whose residence and
Nntlre in hereby prlven to all I Imut effort to the discharge of A tty. for Plf. last known Is % Central *
my !! ,.' .2-6 4t, 2-27 !Delivery At The *
whom It may concern that any and \duties. It has been my pleasure. Kllen I. Mitchell.' 1'la InUtt. vsJames -""-- St. George, South Caro.
nil vlalmsagainst the estate of Mitchell Defendant. Cast linaYou
tn serve In .thrs capacity' for thepast .
ICmmn, Jones No. 8288. '. NOTtC'] are, required to
must lu. filed, duly .. appear onI"r..h
v"n and like I
Y.Ar. I.fxel
\vnrn R"tt'r'lwgu the"1 County:: Judweof can continue. tn give my people the ORDER ANn NOTICE OF 'PtTBLIfATION' Uenrgri In the' Matter V. Y< of.the l.. Estate< .... .of ed:\ Court ISth and 19-18 In tlie above nam
Klurliln.I with service they denlre. and to which TO'APPBAR luua'b < ct a in elirht )month from the first pub- thfcv are entitled STATC' OF FIX1RIDA tor Jamen Notice Is Y given to all tiff seeks divorce. Bradford. County j STAR Store

Mention! bf this notice, or the' eh.lm I Tour vote, and support will be, I. Mitchell, whose residence, and whom It may concern that all Telegraph shall publish this Order
or .d"bt will h* hurrfd by the appreciated... .. 'I address Is: Unknown. clulma or del' Htatut You are red t of Oeorge F, Young must he Witness
of Ijlmltntlniia; nlso. to pay -J. L. Wynn.Foit ream < appear on filed my hand .and offlclnl
all claims or <...hili'due. to thee February 21, 1944 In the above within .eight calendar months from seal at Stnrkr, Florida, this 9th of
tte" tn thn iimMrelffned.' named Court .and cause, wherein first publication of thla notice February 1948. I
This Fohiuary Mth. I'MH.A. cI.RIIK ruic'iir rot-RT plaintiff seeks. divorce and former wlttt County Jpdire of Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas I .
J. THOMAS, 1 Kxrciitor, I am a randldate for re-election name returned unto her. Bradford Cinjnty. KlurldA, duly fworn tr a.cordln& .. As Clerk of said Court ,
2-8 4t 2-27 tn the nfflc-e of Clerk of Circuit County Telegraph shall publish this to Inwv or they will be John .T. Henderson, Emit St..Augus
Court aubject to the will of the Order In next four weekly Issues. barred by Statute of Limitations. tine, Fin. I
..- ...... people In the next Democratic Prinmrles. Witness mv hand .and official. '.J* If. Hill Admr. Atty. fur Plf. 2-13 4t 35IV I'
| seal nt Sttrke Florida this January 2-13 4t S-S
I am Indebted tD the people of 20 194*. CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD

W.C.T.U. I this. County for thlr friendship (OFFICIAL, .I>:AT.) A. J. Thomas IV' TUB CIHCIIT.. ('O'RT. OF COVNTY. FLORIDAl I.V:. CHAN
support, and encouragement .and'If As Clerk of said Cnurt BRADFORD 4UIVT1. .. ..oRln.'. CKKY.BesMl .
re-elected twill render faithful'Charles R. lllOII... 104-05 Ouaranty IN'CITANCEKT I.. Dennis Acterman Plaintiff
"The man who trie* to service In the office and lake every Life A lit If.. Jacksonville, Fla. THEO SIMMONS, a widow. "... Samuel Acterman Defendant
drown occasion for expressing", my appreciation Atty. for Plf. 1234t 8-tS Plaintiff.R. Case No. 0123ORDER :
hl" trouble In drink of your. confidence. .. OF PUBLICATION

find,* he h only Irrigated -A. J. Tbomas. iv riRrriT roi HT. BRADFOROroi 6. ttnnrON .a widower. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 'idtnt1
them." :: '>'rv, FLOHIIII iv CIIAN- Defendant. STATE OF FLORIDA to Namuel
FOR C"O"'IITIlI""IO"IC' CKRVCatherine NOTICE OP SALE Acterman whose residence Is un
Union Signal. nie/riii4T mot O'M McCave, Plaintiff, .... Ira All persona will take notice that known. ---. .
I hereby .announce my rnndldacy Francis McCave, Defendant. Case In .accordance with the Decree of You are required to appear on , ',. ''''T'I.' .'...',,., ,
for the office of County Commissioner No. UTS. Sale. entered In the abnve entitled March ISth. 1148. In the above
of District No. One (I..iwtey) Cmr KR OF FUBLICATIOVANI cause the undersigned' Commissioners named Court and ''cause. wherein
subject. tn the will of the voters NOTICR TO APPEAR will sell to the highest bidder plaintiff .seek dlvor.... Bradford ELEVENTH RUNNIN
of this district In the Mav Primary. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ira for cash at public outcry during County Telegraph. shall publish this
r If elected t shitl. give my Francis McCave, whose residence the legal. hours of sale upon March Order In next four weekly Issue..
: \n, host efforts to the dlsrmtrge of my Is unknown. 1. I94S the following property Witness my hand. .and official I
,,' duties fnr the benefit of this DIsrlct You are required to .appear on situate! In Bradford Count,.. Flor seal .t Stark.. "Florida this 9th Add *
and County. February list, 194*. In the above ida, tn-wlt: of February.' 1948. $50,000
Having served two terms. .as named Court and cause, wherein From the Northwest corner of the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ,
County nonrt Trustee In this fi>ontv plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Northeast Quarter. (NRVi> of the AP. Cl.rk of said Court.

I feel I am well final If led togive County Telegraph shall publish this Northeast Quarter (.VK ,) of Sec John J. Henderson Esq, St. Augus CLASS!
the service the people desire Order In next four weekly Issues. tion Thirty (1l O). Town hlp Seven tine, Fla. RACING
and to which thev are entitled. Wltnesa my hand and official (7>, Sonth Range Twenty-two AU,.. for Plf. 2-13 4t 18IV .
Your vote and active support seal at Starke.. Florida this 21st (1J) East run Krt..t 495 feet -
YOU Don't Have will he highly appreciated of January, 1941. thence run South 293 feet to a :
O. J. Phillips. (OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J. Thomas. point nf beginning. thence run C1RCOT COURT. BRADFORD \ .
As Clerk of snld. Court. West '142 feet, thence run South rOINTY. FLORIDAl IV CHAN. ..".,.1,...........,...-
FOR M PKRI"'ITKMnK"\ITOK John :J Henderson Esq. St. 31S f, CFRYOrlffln
Intentional Collisions. Augustine. ef. thence run feet
IM'BI.M' meiTIM WO' Florida.Atty. thence- run: North 3r..t'.t.tl: to said, W. Carpenter. Plaintiff vs. : Attracting ,Leading Turf S
.t wish to announce that I am atnndlitatr for Plf. 1-J3 4t tUiv point nf beginning; together with )O dna F. Carpenter Defendant. Case ', ".
No. (953.

'but nay year persons payout School for re-election Superintendent.as yonrCounty f cinrriT rot...... BRiiiFonn all hereditaments and singular and the appurtenances tenements. ORDER OF PUBLICATION: fl .,I",'..'''........,..__.".....-.

tin verv grateful tn the .people fOIf'r.Hor" rOI'NTV. FLORIDAl IV: CHAXCK.HV. thereto belonging or In AND NOTICE TO APPEAR '.,, ',\ ,
thou nd. of dolUrs be. Counlv. fnr the privilegeof appertaining anyway STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edna ,.' x.'
serving them during my first : If A. Hill. Plaintiff vs. Edith a[. .1. R. .lIy F. Carpenter whose residence and .', '
cause their can .re burned term In office, Hill. TWendsnt Case No tilt J. V Rowe address last known Is* 206 Lake "::1. ..
You can be proud of yi ur school I ORDER OF PUBLICATION L'. A. Knight. shore Drive, Shreveport La. :.:
stolen or involved in collisions. .v..t.m-It Is the result of combined I I ANt> NOTIfK TO APPKAR8TTE :>-l3 2t '-17 Commissioner*. You are required. to appear on n/
efforts of all OF FLORIDA to! Edith Febrsmry 14th 19 tS. In the above

Automobile Com f respectfully solicit your vote M Hill whose residence and address IV: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD named. Court .and cause, wherein ,\
r .Buy and support during the comlne",; Is unknown. COUNTY. FLORII1AI I.V CHANCKRY. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
.'Ixctlon, snd If re-elected to thlsf You are required to appear on County Telegraph shall publish this
prehensive end Collision Insurance pnMltloit, I will continue to 'serve. Februsrv' 21.: 194*. In the above Edna. Bull.trd. Plaintiff vs. Julius Order In next four weeklr ..... / .
you with fidelity and flrns *I named Court and cause, wherein Dullard. Defendant. Case. No (313. Witness my hand and official seal .
before it's too Ute. Arthur McFUe. plaintiff. seeks dlvo>>r..... Bradford ORDER OP PUBLICATION: .at Starke. Florida this 14th of '
County Telegranh shall publish thla AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Junnarv, 148OFFICIAL
FOR fIII.P.R.ORnF ", Order In next four weekly Issues. STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Julius, ( : SKAT.) A. J. Thnm.... Jialea
Charley E. Johns IIKI.KTIITIOV' Wltnesn my hand and official Billiard whose residence Is un Ae Clerk nf said Court.
I hereby announce tandldncvfor seal John :3 Henderson Esq.. St.
my at Starke, Florida this Jan- known. AueuaUn.
Supervisor of Registration fori unrv 21, 1S4 You are ... Fla.Atty. ;4''
I required to
Agency Bradford County and auk your vote I I[ (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas March IS 118. In the above appear named. on for Plf. 1-16 4t Itiv ; & Finest Tr
\ml support. If elected I will carry I: As Clerk of said. Court. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff _
FLA *ut the duties of said office to the ten. L. .
STARKE Patten. Starke. Florida seeks
IS divorce.
none Bradford
'best of ability. I Ir cmri IT cot WT. BRADFORD
my Thanks.
for ,
Atty. Plf. 1-23
4t 2-1) Telegraph
shall publish this Order ror __ _
ur friend. In netl four vrY. FLOHIDAI iv: ciitv.Arthur '_ '
T. 8 .(Tommle) !, iv: riHcrrr COI-RT, BRADFORD Witness weekly Issues.. Y.
my hem! and official '
'llIIamll// roi VTY\ P'LOR.O.CII.: .' seal Markham. Plaintiff, ".,
at Htarke
Florida this Febritnrv .
FOR coi rr COMMI'''' CKII v.'Herbert. Geneva Markham Defendant. 21P.GE
UlSTRICT !*0. B I II II. 194 No. 613. C..I< SATURDAY FEB.
Vanderpool Plaintiff "..
hereby announce Pt'TJLICATlON'
my candldncy Rnsa VanderpooU Defendant. Case. As Clerk, nf ,
said CovirtZach
Representing THE TRAVELERS, Hartford for County Commissioner nf District NI). II*U 11. AND NOTN-E!: TO APPEAR .
Dmiglas Gainesville, FI. .
No. t. comprising the. Erookerii I ORDER OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Geneva '
i 2-13 41 1-5 1 Markham whose residence and ad \