Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02947
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 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
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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[ In The Shade


g pleases the Old Colonel more than to reach his hand In-

bthole that serves as a letter box In"my favorite shade tree,

Lt two or three Interesting and Intelligent letters from read-

nl" do they- save me 'from having to exert my- own lack- Official County Publication Established In 1877

brain to fill up a column but they show that our citizens

to the present day problems of the community and are VOLUME SEVENTYCucumber ttTARKE FLORIDA FKIDAV FK11KUAKY: 20. IMS NUMBGR SIXTEEN

olutlons--even as you and I. -

| out of the knothole this week was an exceptionally worthy

from T. R. Connell owner of SUrke'a attractive new auto I Seed High Water In Lakes Causing Damage Night Classes

blspering Pines., But let Mr. Connell's letter apeak for

tere it la: ;February 12, 1948, Now Available To' Property And Roads Near Keystone For Veterans

It! onel Bradford: .. ,
Uld like to offer my suggestions as to a solution to hold At Market .\ J.t: ., 'J :
[the tourist trade here in and around Starke, that Is slipus. .1..,. ) Tuesday

Business as far as I am concerned la very good.. Still

[ray business has been only overnight stops on their way to Ralph B. Alvarez manager of Night classes are being set up

Jeir dollars in places than can interest them. the State Farmers Market reports whereby a veteran might attend

Colonel, if these tourists. stayed a few days with us they that with the clearing of school during; the evening and
local businesses. the weather farmers have started finish his high school or elemenary -
their tractors and mules to plow- school work. A. L. Crosby,
logical question the Starke business people'would ask Is
Ing and planting land. Jr., County Service Officer announced
ui we get them to. stop over?" The answer Is so simple. '
"I, would appreciate it if the yesterday."This .
|to believe. I have had tourists ask what there was to sew
farmers will keep me advised as: is an accelerated pro-
here. So If I had a folder describing points of Interest to
to commodities and
acreages they Tain whereby a veteran might
| their hand they would have stayed over. That la all just
are planting as It will be help fInish one grade every six:
But it has to be a folder that really tells a story. To start ful to me In securing proper buy months." Crosby explained. "He

should Inform them on the outside cover that there are many ers to be on hand to buy their might be entitled to draw his sublatence -

| trips to take from Starke using our town as a focal point product when It Is ready to sell" allowance while in .jschoolf

these trips from. Mr. .Alvarez stated. his earnings do not exceed the

the second and third or more pages these one-day trips "The cucumber deal that we oiling wage for, a, veteran In
chool under the O. I. BUI.\ "
be listed,, and we have so many. As you know a familiar ,have,i,talked about Is under way
I yourself s not hold your Interest as It would a tourist with 100 acres all ready to. plant "The program la expected to beet
I Other':farmers who are interested, up from the elementary grades)
> never:Jaeen here before. What we think is insignificant to
please contact me at once. We through high school," Crosby
(id greatly",:Inter eat 'a tourist.' Now I, being virtually a 1 "
have the seed at the market, aid. "Classes are expected to begIn
hereJni perspective will give you.a different s.tant., There Mi. Alvarz said.Zeigler about 7 p, m. The school
ural slnlctaround.Sampson City I am told, and another be- .... will start with the veteran attendIng -

nesville. A trip to Ralford and lunch In, the prison cafeteria Up to Its caves In watrr and urandlng In a Inn tux tic xettlnK. of water-smothered pine tree, the half time (13 1-2 hours

Interest same. Camp,Blandlng the Ravine and Oriental Gar- Rites new but never-Ilved-In 'honor of Mrs. L, A. Wnlght U pictured above, four mlU-n mtuth of Keystone per week) and he might be paid

Ungsley,Lake, ,Keystone Heights, .Penney' Farms and Green Heights on Route 100. Water from Old Field Pond flooded<1 by Lake Gllnev..'overfluw) first touched ubalstence allowance for half

Iprings,. =St! Augustinewlth the oldest house Silver Springs the partially completed house In la\n July. 1946. Vlrhen outlet from Ueneva was completely opened on Ime. provided the ceiling concernng -
Oct. 7 1940 the house to Its ....,,_ Undaunted Mr. selected his Income U not passed."
I many more than you know of that are unknown to me. This Afternoon was submerged Wright a lte a few

xt In order in the folder would be: Where to stay while tour- hundred yardM away and built, another IIOUMI, whluli she now occupies.Water I. The Service Officer pointed out

m Starke. Next where to eat; next where to sleep hat classes will consist of mathematics
Funeral services will be held English sciences, and so.ctal .
business that has anything to offer a tourist should have
ery this afternoon (Friday) at three studies (histories, etc.) and
Llness In this folder and all should be the same"d
listed listing
o'clock for James Joseph Zeigler
will be held In the high school
alphabetically (Which would place mine about last -,durnc widely known retired farmer of -.- building with part of the local

) and all share the expenses of printing. When this I. done Theressa. who died Wednesday in school faculty serving 'as Instruc

kace them In .every hotel tourist court tourist home service the local hospital following a brief ;: '.

restaurant, post office and anywhere they can get into the linness. The final rites will take I I tors.All veterans desiring to enroll

of our traveling Americana' But Colonel this Is not a job for place in the Starke Christian or desiring Information on this

in. Now U the time! '''''''',''._: ?>"j-, Church:with.Rev. I* D. Halnes II' matter are requested to' meet at
i : Sincerely yours >> and Rev L. A.. 'Shepherd officjaV he: American Legion Hall In
r. '"' i ':: be"in" Cr '
..... T., B. Council: 'a'Burlatwilt sbY'Lake' Starkn, Tuesday night Feb. 24,
.'" .o'W Cemetet)'. : at 8 o'clock. It Is requested that
"" _
r ,
v all interested veterarup attend this
Mr. Zelgier was born in Cltra,
xt out of the knothole thla week la a letter .,from .Councllnius'M. .
Fla. Nov.2; 1372. but came to meeting.Tho
Smith"Safety Commissioner:, further explaining his '
the Theresaa section of Bradford ; ""' school Is being set up under
nent's position in removing" some. of 'the ancient oak' trees Couity: ,when'a young man and : ; ; the County'SuperIntendent'. office

> town that have been_ adjudged..a hazard:to,safety" ', .due:.to, the wan''a' successful farmer until he ,'and C. S. Partln, BUS principal
ties of old age.v '*'> >' recently' retired. lie was a member I : and a representative of the

incllman :Smith r writes 'it '(.. |, of the Christian Church. .," superintendent's.jpf flee, will b1 at

lonel:7' : ;;* y;.;,. tie is survived by two.daugh the& mesting' to. *Jd. #discuss, :and

a jnernhttftjiC f frb a nCtfy? -Qc>u K.>flvv | i tMflpyiMiBfrflifrai.frjffiJ y theal ters', "Mrs.il RhodaDampUr:';*'.,OJf, r';;.,J. ', ._ tact, the.- prograaa.i ;

| orhalfcWtjto1" 'fcuplW afety?! I must admit- that 11'wi4 Klyme Starke,' >al1d Mrs. l1 tnTOftffis.'ofTheresea ';;,;. <. -... : 'I. \ =

for making your dream (or nightmare) come true., Two of ; and by four/sons, Rupert I' >.,: W. M. ,WoTnwrightFuneral
of Gainesville
property'.ander < Zeigler
ees you missed when .you awoke were on private
Walter Zejgler of Oakland, Calif., \
Corner of the courthouse was remov"eel because of the' danger of William Zeigler of Jacksonville
and Lester Zeigler of Miami. Tuesday
The proof of this can be seen by Investigating the stump.
will be Stafford
Pall 'hearers
It think it could have been saved even if there had been a "tree
crews, R. C. Buford, S. R,. Johns W. M. (Bill) Walnwrlght. 82.a .
r" In the house. The proof of,thIs you can see in the stump.
W. H. Yawn,
Jr., Sidney Grlffls former resident of Starke and
I will further'than the courthouse In your search for
you go and] Edward Cole. DeWltt "C. an announced candidate for the
i to sit In. you will see that there are:still trees in the city that Jones is in charge of arrange Florida Railroad and Public Utilities

I menace to life and property. You don't mind if I change your ments. Commission died as the result

tlon. "so-called progress" to alled so progressive" do you? of a heart attack Saturday

ow Colonel, X really think that It would ,be less expensive to theo night In a Lakeland hotol while
p the and has Water at both shoulders of Road ZOO
Andrews To Run In Inching up step* lap
eliminate these hazards than to employ a guardian to keep on a campaign tour
flooded the basement of the t'anl Johns cottage (Starke to IMJatka) four mile* below KeyntoneIlelKht
from sitting in the shade of one of these decayed trees. Born In Gainesville Mr. WaInwrIght
*. In Mjrreasful effort to the
a keep
Tour very truly, on Crystal Lake, which used to be liatk SO feet spent most of hili early
For Sheriff route open to twifflc the State Iload Department
Junlus M. Smith. Safety Commissioner, from the water's edjje. Shoe* on the step* belong life In Starke and had served In
hun ralM-d thin 1000-foot otretrh of high- various state offices since 1924
City of Starke.Fhe to photographer who rolled up trousers May eight feet alxne IU former level. Dead when he wa x appointed to the

and stood on underwater dock to take this pi no tree* on both ldr of th road adil aillmnal position of state auditor by Governor
Colonel has no argument with Commissioner Smith or any picture. note to the Ncene.lh Hardee. Later he was named
city official who after due and considered inspection, con- assistant to State Auditor W.

:< that the interest of public safety demands the sacrifice of a story,1 Photograph.* V Knott, and other positions he

I do like my shade however, and hereby reserve the right, to had held Included those of state

Ian, publicly the demise of each and every oak. By Buddy Dnvlw. bank examiner' In the Comptroller's

"Tho 1 bent>> laid plan.* of mice offlre chief mortgage risk

The Colonel acknowledges receipt of and reprints with pleasure uiul men examiner for the Federal HousIng -
following Emory Price: Administration, and supervising
letter from my good friend, Congressman
That's what the folks out Keystone Board
February 3, 1948 auditor for the State
Heights way are thinking of Control

Colonel Bradford: these days when Mother Nature He resigned In December as
Recently I received from the Bradford County Telegraph
a page seems to bo on a mysterious ram auditor of the State Road Department
Tard Universal'Military and I note that in your
to Training page that the property owners to become a candidate for
in you said you had only heard from one Member of the Florida haven't figured out yet. Water the utilities board Ha was unsuccessful

ration. they nay 1 Is a nice thing to have candidate for State

must admit that r"didn't reply as I failed to note the purpose around. But when it cornea Treasurer In 1910.

hlch I received the page from the paper. There certainly Is I knocking at the front door, that Surviving are his' widow Mrs.

itention for me' to dodge,tho question as I have written to many la carrying It too far Blanche Walnwrlght two daughter

p'M of Starke advising them that I am for Universal Military\ C. W. Dlshlnger Jacksonville !),' Patsy Ruth and Martha

Inlng. I have made the statement before several groups and open photographer whose home on attractive vine-covered cottage of C. W. IHnhlnjrer,' Jack- Jan Wainwright, one son, W. M.Walnwrlght .

jngs. and I do 'not' hesitate now to advise you that, I am for"Msal Lake Bedford Is next to that of uuvllli< photographer, lIurve1I lt. reflection In the water. of Bedford Jr., all of' Tallahassee
Sheriff A. O. Andreu. has reason his N D. Waln
' Military Training. R. J. (Romey) Andrews of Lakn w till'h uned to b40 some 05 feet away and down>> an 8-foot ; father ,
to Residents In that of Starke three brothers
We need to( 'give an incentive to all reserve officers and enlisted Starke this week announced as a complain. which Incline. Two mnaller cottage* nearer the 'lake, one belonging to DUhInger'n wright ;
that the lake
area estimate N. D. Walnwrlcht. Jr., J. R.
organizations by'an act of Congress, and we need the UniverUlitary candidate for Sheriff of Bradford began rising In 1942, has claimed mm, are completely flooded and an* being dtanuintled andmove.I Wainwright and ..;.'J, Walnwrlght.

Training because in my estimation about the only thing County.In 30 feet of shoreline during the past to higher ground. A lone light pole, about 75 feet out from all of Starke, and a sister Mrs.

will keep! us out of war with Russia is to' let the world know making his announcement, year. And the water Is lapping present. shore line, fna..ka the npot where the DNhlnger bout hoimeittood D. T. Clark:'of Miami.

we are pr/-.red for' any emergency. Mr. Andrews Issued 'the following eagerly at the front steps of Mr. before! It disappeared under water. Funeral services were held

With best regards I am statement: DUhlnger's home. In the process! "' Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'
Sincerely. "I hereby announce as a candidate it has put Ms dock af'>9 boathouse clock In the First MethodistChurch

Emory Price for Sheriff of Bradford County out of operation, completely surrounded "TII; with the Rev. W. J.Churchwell. .
subject to the Democratic PrimarIes small green-house off "I
a officiating
Member of Congress. "j pastor
I feel that I am
In May. to one side, and rendered unten ....,..- Interment was In Crosby Lake
well qualified by my years of experIence <<
antable two small cottages or under the direction of
and ......., Cemetery
In the handling
of his house. And if -
: each side DeWltt C. Jones
ie OFFICE CAT CarpentryClass study of human nature plus 13 you care to stroll onL the grau Active pallbearers were L. A.Canova. .

years In railroad transportation still existing In hi* front yard J. J. Canova, RG.. Kldd.D. .
Says and the real estate business you'd better doff your ehoes and A Montelth. G. L. Patten, W.
Begins Tuesday "If the people of this county Jr.
socks. If. Graham George Flynn, ,
will elect me to the high office .
Lake Bedford
of Sheriff I promise you with all Some resident on
County School Superintendent sincerity of heart that it shall be I have moved homes further

A. R. McRae announces that a run upon the same high level and back to avoid the' water menace Moves

class In carpentry under the Ideals In the future''as In the past II and others talk of pumping wate Radio Shop
Adult. Educational Program has 12 years."I out of the lake since' It has no

been set up' locally, with Russell was born and reared in outlet. Neither moving nor talkIng John H. Stt'warannounced this

Judd as Instructor. Bradford County and earnestly have had mu.cn. effect on",th* week that beginning today his
will be held on Oiw-tlnie chicken farmer*. &..C. llulvenhorn (right) and hl son
The first class rising water level. Service and
solicit vote and support. Stewart Appliance
t Feb. 24. at 7:30: your i Kay, stand on the Improtliwd walk-way tliat connect their water44irrounded -
raJllnlC U remind you to Tuesday night R. J. (Romey) Andrews. Over the hill from "Jee Bedford Repair Shop will resume business
out Agriculture home with the highway Route 200 below Heyntone.ttn
for the Tourist Club p. m. In the Vocational Is Crystal Lake whi .>. al.-f In a new 'location, In Drlggers
tlnJr n.." T building at BHS. \\ OIJ Field I'ond first warned flood ctage tack In 1913 the
lW"'U>' night If you has no outlet and Is suffering Furniture Store on Call Street.
.t.to ""fely *n e"eol'_ of real There is no charge for this Instruction try or related occupations are from the same malady. In spots, vJfulvenhorn went forettl>> to abandon their boWIe and take refuge In Stewart's shop was formerly

< ". fun mjld feDO\v- except the actual cost eligible and are urged to attend erowlon. U plainly visible a'-vhlckrn coop that "t
p. Tourl..t". Yllliton.| and homewelcome. -' of text books. these classes, which will be held land the I l to VnJ from the house- by boat (seen at left above, tied to porchral In the Scott building.tin' .
waters have passed
" each Tuesday and Friday nl ht. where the .
au I, All persons engaged in carpen- (Continued on, page eight) )/ Now! they ran reach dry laud by gang plank.

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FRIDAY, FF,8, to

TWOBradford 1 eral, Abrams shows Grady Burton AGF Non Corns May of former: first three f.aj,

PAGES FROM OUR PASTComplied I well in the lead with Ervfn second CommissionsAll be submitted by brt,
County TelegraphESTABLISHED and Crews third. Nathan Mayo Get have been extend: *for'
from I *
Just naturally walked away former Army Ground Force nits period, Major

1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNN EDITOR : fly Buddy Davis other for the elections next month. I his opponent Ammon McClellanin Non Commissioned officers of the 'and eligible men ?*,
Second J. W. Alvarez has announced: for the Abrams poll. first three grades, who are under County are urged toV
Published. Every Friday and Entered aa 85 YEARS AGO Marshal R. R. Joiner is a can- In addition to conducting the the age of 28 years and who havea age of this extension.: *
Clan 5fatlerat the Pout Office at Starke, Ha. We skip five years (from 1887)) didate for re-election as city poll on candidates for various high school education are urg-
and find that I. C. Webb Is eUeditor clerk, and Walter Wills is his opponent state offices Abrams also included ed to apply for commissions
1948 of the Telegraph despitethe for clerk. T. W. Sweat the sales tax question In an the Army Organized Reserve]
MEMBER _-I I passage of years, a new 'likes the Job as city tax collector effort to smoke out public feelingon Corps.
$1.10 For Six Month name for the paper, (from Starke %nd is running for re-election. this issue which is sure to Major Jewel T. Crowe commanding .
s. Subscription $3 Annually Telegraph to Bradford County come in for plenty of banging a- I officer of the Gainesville i

Telegraph) and the addition can 25 YEARS AGO, round before the show is over." Military District, announces that G

DANIELS' WILL : eagle to the top front page. Signs of the times-Brand new il So far returns indicate the pub- during the past week eight separate GOOD! ]
: JOSEPH his Raleigh (N. C.) News and Observerto The motto at' top reads, "Devotedto Ford sedans at Andrews' Ford lic as very much opposed with I Boards of Officers have met Letter Theta)
Bequeathing Daniels stated in his Last Will and the Interest of Starke, Brad place for $595. But watch your 67 1-2 per cent voting against at the Army Organized Reserve Word That{
his sons Josephus the ford County, and the State of step he also has Lincoln for such a tax and only 32 1.2 per Corps Office. 702 W. Main Street) scribes: Eveny TaatJ
Testament, dated Nov. 20, 1946, that he regarded news- "lorida". $4900. And marvel of the monthE. cent favoring it. But this poll North, in Gainesville to consider] bit Sold by The
"not as property but having an unpurchasable soul.; editorializes about local owner favorof AGF .
paper Editor Webb H. Smith, garage does show a slight gain in appointment of former enlisted
To the lofty principles set down by Mr. Daniels for the Starke and the tourists and says, has just made a radio and the tax over the previous poll men of the first three BAKERY ,

future operation of his paper, the Telegraph subscribes un- "If our people would make a recently heard a concert all the taken In November. I grades for appointments as 2nd DOM1S

qualifiedly.! In his will, he wrote: greater effort to let tourists know way from Pittsburgh, Pa. Public interest during this campaign Lieutenants, Officers Reserve PIES
I would wish those great advantages there wouldbe of the times in in, their chosen Branch of
"If I could look into the future, our And more signs will center first on theGovernor's Corps,
children and grandchildren who will devote their lives to but little difficulty In filling this editorial of editor E. S. Matthews second theComptroller's '(Service. COOKIESBirthday
the News and Observer, to receive the chief income that the town with tourists every sea -"Spring Will See Shorter race and interest. Provisions that all applications & WeddlJ
son." Obviously, he wants every, Skirts" screams a newspaper race, with
comes from the operation of the paper."I citizen a walking Chamber of headline. Which seems to In- lagging as far as other state Cakes Our Bperyfa

leave it as a request 4hat if any grandchildren not Commerce.The dicate that spring Is gifted with concerned I have reviewed Arthritis Pain
actually at work on the paper should at any time be desirousof orange crop Is turning out good eyesight. Shorter skirts races are what! LAPPEBAKERY
making a sale of their stock or any portion of it, that "much' better than anticipated; than those now in vogue will be the Abram poll for I Tot MhM"quick" and, poUDa dellihUully ot MMumMltm.eomfortinc Arhritis

preference in purchasing be given to those engaged in man- and the cotton crop, although not "out of sight" (And these 1943 lit is worth. It seems to be fairly 1 NturUU,LwnlMgo., Seutloe the blood.or N.ur:hut! l i*do-try**
...... .Week tbrouiH
aging or editing the paper. heavy this season, "will bring In parents talk about the awful accurate on the basis of all the uiually. tte.ru all.9ta&lq pain o TOO o.nvorfc. .

"It is my earnest desire and hope that the News and much money." "younger generation"). information I have been able to: Rewind.enjoy. lite a' drag Md eleep lrt today note comfortably.Oe Quick, PHONE IS
Observer shall be edited and directed by my descendants But the shortage of money"If; Local druggist F. A. Scott has gather. pail iMlelMtloa or Money sick fuaruteto i

though I do not believe the dead hand should attempt to doesn't worry the Telegraph. just finished gathering "an abund-
are due anything on your from his
you ant crop pecans young
control the living spirit."I subscription to the paper, we will "
recognize that no one can become a good journalist take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes,
who does not love the calling.: For me the joy of work has chickens, eggs, or anything else Something new in town Is the be 1
been my chief happiness and reward, and I could wish the you want to turn off." "Duplex demonstrated Fireless at the now DeWitt' '

same to be true of my descendants."I Bradford Lodge, No. 42, F. and ing Hardware Store. INS
C. Jones
have never regarded the stock I owned in the News A. M. will meet Thursday night, Personals
and Observer as property but as certificates of a trust administered and the clothing stores are out : t lI
and Mrs. N. Sternberg
t for the common good of the people of North doing themselves on sales. T. A. "Mr Wednesdayand 'AWiS
Carolina. Lowe to their support and approval the successof Alvarez Knight's will has sell a 40-day for the sale next, J.ten C. were while in there were guests of; .&'1: '. ."
the News and Observer. Its future depends
upon com- and Mrs. H. C. Neff.
at "Unheard of Prices,
plete devotion to the ideals that have characterized 'its Truby days Sternberg and Co., will And last but not least Is the tI"j"' "'" 1

let things go for the next ID4 nth annual meeting of the Childrenof
course."I advise and enjoin those who direct the paper in the "Cheaper than the Cheapest the Confederacy which was '

tomorrows never' to advocate any cause for personal profitor In the personal line: held last Saturday. Lucile fDiUS'All 19-20-21-23-24-25

preferment. I would ,wish it always to be 'the tocsin "Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Young are Mitchell was elected president,,
and devote itself to the policies of equality and justice to rejoicing over the advent of a with Eliae Jones and Sara Hope those favorite famous home-maker's foods, advertised magazine in -the McCAUs paptJ

the underprivileged."If fine girl baby at their house. Haynes vice-presidents... Hazel' -are your on sale in this terrific six-day prlce-ata1-1
the paper:! should at any time be the voice of self- "Chew Tooth Pick tobacco. For Middleton is secretary, Harriet McCALL'S FOOD FESTIVAL It's a new, difh
interest or become the spokesman of privilege or selfishness, sale by N. :J. Jones. Rltch is treasurer, and Mary Can- sensational sales event that you can't afford ton

it__ would_ __ be___ untrue_ __ __ to__ Its_ history" "Mrs. J. W. Andrews returned ova will serve as historian. The ALL ITEMS ADVERTISED STRICTLY W
n n Monday from a visit to her sister children are "being carefully THEY .LAST '__. ...w'ara...._,__
at the truth of Confederate
Bryceville. taught
In addition to all this the local history, and to honor and" revere Ask At Store For 4-Page Color Price Lis
BICYCLE SHOE politicians are measuring one an- all Confederate

t. everybody when he ran for the e.
REPAIRING REPAIRINGWe TOO LATE U. S. Senate a few years ago and,, six BIG

if recall, although a late
starter and not known politically,,
Make Keys By BtMMll Kay he polled over 70,000 votes. He SALEBAYS HSteraFOOD

learned a lot In that campaignand

Joe Abram, Jacksonville public plans to profit by it this

r SPORTING { relations consultant is conductinga
: GOODS J time.Young STORES
: political survey and poll, and Dick Cooper continuesto
II I. !! .. his February release has just' get plenty of favorable pub-
reached desk. He' sends ballots and Indications he
;my licity are \Its
by mall to all counties and gaining strength everyday. He
Biggs & Baker to people In all.walks of life. He may have polled only 3 per cent

claims that 40 per cent of the of the votes this month, but my
ballots sent out are returned.On guess Is he will make a better
a, 105 W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA. the basis of these returns showing next time. WHILE SHOPPINGs.

t. he shows Fuller Warren In first As it stands now it Is still any
place with 34 per cent of the vote;;: body's race, each new entrant
AJH"IHaI Tom Watson second with 18 1-2, muddles the water for the other
per cent: Colin English tied with I fellows and each will split up the .

\ From where I sit ...4g Joe Marsh, Watson with 18 1-2 per cent; W vote to the point where anythingcan
A. (Bill) Shands fourth with 17 happen. We won't know
per cent and Dan McCarthy fifth much about it until the boys get PAUSE FOR COKE
with 12 per cent He Hats no to campaigning in earnest and
Free Ride For You- candidates who receive less than then the real picture will develop.
5 per cent of the total vote but According to Abram's surveyin
credits Dick Cooper with having the lesser races,< Clarence Gay 5'
the Freedom Train !
on polled 3 per cent. and Ed Fraser seem to be running

This seems to line up pretty about neck and neck right now
We had a real thrill In Our Town ing in a country that protects: our well with the situation as it appears with "Llghthorse" Harry Lee just
just the other day-when the Free- individual liberties-whether. they at the moment. Everyonewho what he claims to be, a Light
dum Train stopped by! apply to our right to vote,to choose has done any checking at all and not a Dark horse.

You've heard about It, of course: our church: to ipeak our mind, or agrees that Fuller Warren is still In the ,race for, Attorney Gen-

-an actual train that's touring; enjoy a glass of beer with friends. top dog and away out In front. .

the country to remind ui again Only thing (is-we've got to I Personally I would be inclined
what true Democracy means. It prove ourselves worthy of the ride to: show Tom Watson closer to

carries such: Americana U3 the ... by guarding zealously against Warren than he appears on this
Declaration of Independence, the whatever forces of intolerance encroach poll although he hasn't startedto
: yet and his final
Hill! of Rights, and other immortal upon our American con: campaign
position will depend on his abilityto
documents: that guarantee every cepts of live-and-Ict-live, in a frca
reach and convince voters. 1
citizen: his liberty. and strong Democracy!IA
The entrance of Colin English
treat Ideal! And from where I makes It plenty tough for both

Kit, we're ill riding along) with that 80 e 1atd L1 Warren and Watson for he has e .7 /

Freedom Train-right now-by liy.COI'yriht,1918.. strong political backing and can a, ky k .g i'a ,.. I'
rr be depended on to run a good

United Slatti Brewers Foundation race. ;ji'
McCarty, while reserved and ji''S
quiet, (some any colorless) Is no Creoles OJ
push-over. He has public confidence ICE SHOWS

BE SURE TO REGISTER! makes an Impression and First Time in Florida ,

..- if he can overcome his shyness Girls. Comedy. : ry
AND and do some forceful campaignIng Thrills ;.
he'll get his share of the 110 Skating i ,
votes. ChampionsStarStudded r 'AS
VOTE Bill Shandd. has remained rather
quiet since hla ,formal announcement Skies an the S ,j

TO but he is ,doing plenty of 8000 SQ. FT. OF .s.t
contacting and la' building a REAL ICE
1 $ RETURNCIMIGAY strong and forceful state-wide or-

.ganization. COMINGIURCII .5
The entry of Bernarr MacFad- 5. TIIRtT It
den Is being laughed off by most NITELY Bs01NC. SUN.

t ,,; folks but the old boy surprised GATOR '

COMPTROLLERSTATE AS '*" Be Quick To TreatBronchitis BOWL ::at ";# ;

l $1.50 $1.80 V'""'
f' .lt ;; Chronic bronchitis may develop If ,I $$2.00 $2.50 $3.00
His Record Merits your cough chest cold.or acute bronchitis ;
is not treated and you cannot :tff'G en. Adm.
Your Vote and SupportComptroller afford to take a chance with any medicine M. M
C. M. less potent than Creomulsion -. SI .20
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which goes right to the seat of the '
business methods trouble to help loosen andexpel: germ r: - .,
ABILITY have already saved hundreds laden phlegm and aid nature to i;
of thousands ot dollars soothe and heal raw,tender Inflame* ': .!'" ,tUY TICKETS i
EFFICIENCY for Florida taxpayers. bronchial mucous membranes.. If, ,!f'fiv NOW AT i

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VOTE@FOR sell you a bottle of Creoa| g I ORDERS Money Order to I I SOtHIO UNOIt
F Paid Politic Adv. I the understanding you Vpt ITJt. the J -Holiday On lee. J Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY" lSTAIIKE
iti t way it quickly allays M ro1**.per I Give 2nd Choice of Dates I ;i'- COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
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noon, serving sandwiches and S e I .
HonoredFor C of C Will Assist who are planning special events
cookies with tea or coffee The
Farm LawteyBy Pine Level Outstanding may obtain the necessary Infor
e Club room was especially pretty With ScheduleTo mation in order to avoid con-

Aryan Whltflc"rfB with effective arrangements of L. II. Futch By Mrs. II. M. McRae Service In WAA Avoid Conflicts flicts. I

e Japanese magnolias, narcissi and e e e e George E. Manas, Chief of the Success of the plan will depend, 1
MKOTINORof butterfly plant. Routine 'business Mrs. L. H. Hill, Mrs. H. C. Kel Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall left Field Disposal Division of the A new service has been announced of course, on the cooperation of l

: celebra- was attended to under the direc- ly, and Miss Enza Blanchard were Sunday afternoon by train for War Assets Administration,, Regional by the Starke Chamber of the public, It waa pointed, out.

February's tion of Mrs. Bouvler, president.Mrs. visitors to Jacksonville last Sat- Office in Florida has been Commerce to help prevent con- The schedule will not be very
Baltimore Md., where Mrs. Hall
fan interesting note to urday. awarded a citation of commendation flicts where more than one Important effective unless notifiesMr.

bridge given by Mrs. M. E. Griner was the guest Mrs. Marjorie Rosier, the sixth will spend a few days at the for exceptional and outstanding event Is scheduled for the Conner when everyone an Important

at her home Thursof of M-Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Grl grade teacher, is back in school John-Hopkins Hospital for treatment services during his period of same date In Starke. '
last week. Cherry ner in Jacksonville Friday. this week after an absence of a They hope to be back for' employment by the War Assets O. S. Newcornb. president of event Is being scheduled.

J-rved( with coffee, the, Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. week Bobby because Biggs of illness.of Jacksonville weekend services at the church.I made Administration.by I* D. Strom The award Zone Ad-was the Chamber explains that re-

Upon ad- Parker during the past week Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Conner of ministrator in Atlanta. cently three Important meetingswere
i valentines. was visiting his uncle and aunt,
awardss. were Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Rising were visiting Mr. and Mrs. inadvertently on
scores prize Simmons of who Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberta last Mr. Manassa was Administrative the lame night, thus dividing at- COLDSUQUID
M. E. Griner for topo Tampa were Sunday. He recently returned H. M. McRae Sunday evening before Officer for sales with WAAIn tendance so that no one meeting
here from Tuesday until Thurs
Mrs. H. M. Richards from oversees duty In Japan. church. We are glad to report Charlotte North Carolina be- had a satisfactory turnout.It MEDICINE BETTER
day and Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
high They were recipients Mrs. Mae Welts and Miss Enza fore coming to the Jacksonville Crt t.se.I.IL. of C.U Mi.ol..Ma Na
Cloversettle and family who spent that Mr. McRae Is much Improved was stated that LucIan Con- .. .. V
; of a box ofWof Blanchard visited relatives in Rrglon. The Charlotte Regional tM M.. .1OItItot u.w CoN M.r.t ii Mw U.
the weekend. after a week's Illness. ner, secretary, will keep a schedule -
guest towels. Mrs.Tther Melrose. last Sunday. While there Office under hU supervision of 666 cou'U\-AI.Il'ION! "-
handkerchiefs Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace had Mrs. B. M. of pouted at the
won they attended the camellia show Myrick Waldo established an outstanding sales that those 0.---._.
Commerce office
F Vases of jonquils and 'as their guests Sunday Mr. and and antique display. was a dinner guest Sunday of Mr. record for disposal of Surplus so -

Ided a decorative effectg Mrs. Dan Bryant, Mr. and Mrs.R. Mrs G. W. Roberts Mrs. Catherine and Mrs. Robert Myrick. Sunday Personal Property. As a resultof
\\ room where the two A. Wells Mrs. Isabel Edwardsand Teare Mrs. Mae Wells, and afternoon they all went to Lake his accomplishments In Char- HOW YOU WILL
placed. Misses Mary Wells and Joan George Roberts were business Geneva to visit their mother, Mrs. lotte he was transferred to the

1TV CMJ1I MEETING and Nancy Mynlhan, all of Jack visitors to Jacksonville last Fri- Susie Myrick. Jacksonville Regional Office BENEFIT BY READING
sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas which has of than
disposed more
K L. Murphy hostesses and Mrs.at i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hammer- day.Among the recent visitors of and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae fifty million dollars worth of sur- -die =" =...=---I
vier were
meeting of the Com- schmidt and Mrs. Howard Kirk T. J. Terry who Is confined to were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herman plus property in Florida during tHE CHJDTIM SOElia MOWIM. You ,nviewpoint and vw M .,

lub r last Tuesday after- and son of Jacksonville Beach his home were O. Terry.and Mrs. Thomas of Rising Sunday 1947. ihro.eesodkfM5: ::'p d = dMoVn,::;:I ISe-IOrvw, : :v1 0 M
visited Mr.and Mrs. J. R. Chas- Eva: Golf of Branford. Mrs. Ber- afternoon. Manassa saw four years servicein Troth .. *. 0 lulHw richer und.r.tondma N. today'. wife., .
r .......... ..
teen Sunday.Mrs. tha Saunders and Mrs. Ollie Howeof Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles and World War II, advancing from m.wt-PLUS NIP from lU....eedWlw'te.lur..n. .1. edIocO-
lh ot .IC. tadio. ipwt
IE A L ESTATE Waldo PrIngle, Miss Mary Fort White Walter Terry of children of Jacksonville were private to captain. Manasna is lion buwntti. f. --------------
r property for sale Elizabeth Pringle Harry Pringle Chattahoochee. Mr. and Mrs. J. visiting Mrs. Nettles' parents Mr.\ well known in Jacksonville bowl fjtZcZw'lanZciMmc* PubltoMno' ) Society POSr1I
W. Lake and Mrs. J. E. circles and Subicribt now On. Norway Street B I have sold and Billy Springer of Auburndale Terry of City and Mr. Starling Sunday. ing participates
myI la this >cwclal I Encloud It $1, for which pl_. Mnd in* The Chriatllme.t
property and have visited Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews and Mrs. Joe Shelton] and
Lrospectlve! buyers. A and Mr.. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers Jacksonville. munity enjoyed the Valentine Miss\ Betty String fellow of Starke, acquainted"Olf r-I month ; Nome.. -
peal Is guaranteed. A from Saturday until Tuesday. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were party given by the ,(.11 Club at which hall been his home since of*1
Hlon In all that I vets and Mrs. Sellers and Mrs. Pringle Sunday,,guests of Mr. and M1'S.H. 1932. They have two children a (U. 1 lundtl StreetCity ..
a member of the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. B. Crosby in Brooker. the Rising school last Friday aft boy and a girl and now live in _' Z__ Sto'.. -

(Board you may be Shaw In LaCrosse Sunday. Miss Blithe Collins the third I ernoon. Jacksonville. .-. .._ .. .- .- .- .
-- -- --- -- --- -
that I will represent Mr. and Mrs. Bard Gale and grade teacher la!! confined to her -------

the bent! of my ability. home in Gainesville this week '.. .
of Palatka
daughter, Sharon, -
with flu.
WAINWItlGIIT, m.r w.
-tPhone 154 spent Sunday with Mr.: and Mrs Mrs. C. A. McSwain and sons, -
J. W. :Woodward. Ronnie and Donnie have returnedto

their home after spending a .. /
week with relatives in Fort Myers.Hampton 1

Y QyDEE' SlttVICE Phone 52-J . .r1 h lwna '
Mrs. Hartmann

By Mrs. 1\(. C. Sweeney

Install You A MODERN BATHROOM tc\r
(Held over from last week) 1

The 3.11 Club entertained witha .e
emodel and Modernize Your Present One
party at the home of Mr. and -

a Mrs. J. G. Adkins on Wednesday' I 3/ Qe4'q'o

night February 4. Mrs. Adkins :_ Sys !
TO THREE YEARS and Mrs. Herschel Parker servedas i

PAY. NO 'DOJVNPAYJIENT wiches Chaperones.and cold drinks Assorted were sand-served ft'or th 'tl/Th -e479'/8

folks.the large group of young ,

R Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. MENU I...

Floy Sullivan on the recent accidental The tastiest' meals' aren't always the most
[L 144 OR SEE US AT' 335 TEMPLE AVENUE death of her niece Mrs. -'
Jacqueline Bennett Spires, of \ expensive.' I find a trip to the Jitney always

ull Plumbing & 'Heating: Tavares.an airplane Mrs.crash Spires near was Eustis killedin MEAT SAVORIESCREA'MED L' st. ? that fit gives'my food me ideas budget.for. *delicious- -. meal., I 11;

.. ... 1 the air
Sunday, February on POTATOES '. .
\ -
STARKE,.FLA. ..... field. Mr. i land Mra.vSullJyan( "" CABBAGE .
attended the funeral at Eustis J :. I American Beauty\ !"w
last Tuesday. '
Edward Saxon returned to his STEWED PRUNES WITH Cut Macaroni, pkg. lOc

home here last week, after spend LEMON CUSTARD SAUCE. .,.
ing the past month In Gadsden.
EFFICIENTThis Ala. ---=---. BEVERAGE ,I.; r ELM ,

'funeral home is dedicated to reliable H. D. May paid a brief visit to .'-. .- --. Swift's

service. There are no boundarylines Washington, D. C., last week
1 Corned Beef Hash 33c
the always where he visited relatives.Mr. can
to territory! we are 1ff'MIP.( "
., and Mrs. Ernest Rief and 'f4j, JIiI'[ -. V4 teaspoon PPPf
ready to serve. fat alt' .
weekend 3 tablespoon 'y.. teaspoon celery ,;;,
of Tampa were
minced, onion .*
'ta -
rolled o > .
3 ?
guests of the B. L. Hinsons. yz cup
4 Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworthhad /4 Ib. ground beef chuck. y,, cup milk Green Cabbage, Ib. 3c
breast or chili, MuC
as house guests last week, veal Of Iamb % 3 abUspoon

DEWITT C. JONES Mrs. J. C. Tucker, Mrs. Annie shoulder -* &i ... > '"SP 'w-"dlih
STARKE PHONE 7 Laura Fischer and daughter, Mollie I% teaspoon wit. I t'it-JM: vyu L/ a # .d, ...." .
AMBULANCE SERVICE! and Mrs. Fischer's sister Lillian simmer 3 minutes, Fla. ORANGES, doz. 15c
all of Macon Ga. Melt, 2 tablespoons M, add I onion, '. and b' and
Funeral Director R. H. Hunter of Bushnell spent Ingredients except 1 tablespoon ,
M.1t> all< remaining rema.nns, In p.n.
Friday here visiting friends minced. 01'101'1'' and fat .
Our local funeral home enables us to Floyd Relslnberg of Gibson- flour. Blend In el In dumeter. and dust .
offer conveniences and services not vllle, Ohio has been a recent Form 'Into' 10 thin pa'to.12"I"I Y on all sides in skillet with LEMONS for lOc

otherwise available., guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph with a little flou" of hot fat ,. .,
\ u
Pearsall.Mr. 1'1".1'1'1'111' '' tablesDOO v.
I furnish the highest: type service at the lowest prices M>) and Mrs.\ Eugene Birt who .
pt ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY com have been ]living for some time in ,; Reg. Potatoes Ibs. 23c

as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Pompano, have returned to their
lea no obligation. home here east of Hampton.Mr. .
: and Mrs. Donald M. McRae lOc JEWEL SHORTENINGAll
GUM 3 for
and family moved last Saturdayto fAll CELERY, I Ig., crisp lOc

Starke. 4 lb. Carlon 1.39
Mrs Junius Smith and Mrs. Ed-
ward Burns attended the Hampton SNUFF, 3 for .25c

/lOT PTA meeting here last Tues- All-Meat STEW, lb. 45c I
ida's ,

day.L E. Tullar Missionary of the PRINCE ALBERT, can 9c CRISCO, Ib. can 46c I II

Nigerian Faith Mission in Africa,

acing Day of, the YearFLAMINGO was, an Inspiring speaker at the I Smo. Bacon Squares, lb. 42c I
Sunday evening services at the
1 r Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Illb.3 oz. can TOMATOES PILLSBURY FLOUR I

Muldron and Mr. Deats of Pine- I 2 for 25c

castle, accompanied Mr. Tullar' 25 Ibs. 2.39 Picnic Shoulder, lb. 45c I

DAY here.Mr.. and Mrs. James Barwick 12 Oz. HEINZ. I
of Gainesville were weekend I
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. APPLE JELLY 27c Dixie, Llllle, Long Grain Fresh GroundHAMBURGER I

Saturday, February 28Flamingo Barwick.Miss Shirley Dennison recently RICE 24 oz. pkg. 37c lb. 35c I
visited her cousin Miss Edith 1 lb. JAR

Dennison In Gainesville. PEANUT BUTTER 27c I
Mr. and Mrs. Claude May visit-
ed Miss Marion Gnann In Jacksonville Shiners Elbow Skinless Franks, lb. 39c :

..,.. .. ."". .. '... .. Parade. Miss Betty last Sunday.Durling of Jacksonville Sunshine Krispy Crackers Macaroni, 1 oz. pkg. lie j I I

: : Birds are paraded, spent the weekend here.Schoolare 7 oz. 13c 1 Ib. 24c Frenli
'" of Hampton
Class rooms) I II
.T only once a .yearFlamingo being repainted this week by
"" Watterson and R. O. Sim : whole or half, lb. 49c
K. B.
: Medium Size LINElams
..,. .. '; Stakes DUZ, 2 for 31c
Bradford County
Come to the

.'l.,}< ..-" racing One i o f America's classics, Telegraph plies.paper Rubber,for legal bands your forms, pencils office eta,Sup-carbon We CAMAY SOAP, 2 for 21c OF FEEDS Bring Us Your Eggs i

J have a large upplr. I I



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I SOCIETY InmanCramMrs. Recently Wed Ladies AuxiliaryTo ley.,Mr.Lake and Mrs Butler Jal11el, B
and CLUBSBusiness bol.
Meet TuesdayMrs. Mathew Fef. 12 '

J. K. Douglas of Welrsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Thom..

Circle Baptist WMS will be guest speaker at the regular Jane Williams Feb.Starke 12. girl, '1'h
I meeting of the PresbyterianLadles
Members Enjoy :Meets At Church Auxiliary next Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Leon liiltq,
I 2at the home fls. Starke. boy,
night, February Roy ;
Buffet SupperThe i The W. M. S. held its program of Mrs. F. F. Stump. rence. Feb. 16. K
and business meeting Tuesday at
Business Women's Circle of the church with 28 members pres- 4 Mrs. Douglas will report on her Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ur
y the First Baptist Church entertained r recent trip to Guatamala. Curios Kessler. Starke, gtT\ \
t j
jt Jean, Feb.
Monday night with a buffet ent.The devotional from the bookof A and costumes representing the native 14.
" ', supper In the church annex, by Mrs. F. rii Mr. and Mrs. Harlan
Joshua, was given dress of the peasants as wellas Mlt:!;
honoring Mrs.! Vesta Bond. led q.tb Padgett, Macclenny,
Beard, followed by prayer girl.
the will be displayed.
S Mrs. R. A. Green presented Mrs. Mrs. H. L. Hough. gentry Jean, Feb. 13.

Bond with a piece of silver as a Taking part on the programwere
gift from tho circle. Mrs. Beard and Mrs. W. R. I Recent Births Azalea Festival
The annex was artistically decorated Morse, who talked on "Soul-win- '' ,
with purple gladioli and ning and Community Mission r The Shadycrest Hospital announces At Palatka Sunday]
the tables were centered with yellow Through the Church". the following births:

Jonquils. Mr. S. E. Sparks. President, Mr and Mrs. Buford Earnest The annual Azalea Festi'
After the supper, members saw presided\ over the business ses- McKinney, Sampson, girl, Carolyn j be held Ja the Palatka
the educational travel picture en- Mon, during which time the sec- )> Jean Feb. 8. Gardens Sunday, Feb. 22,w]
titled "See America First," pre- retary and treasurer performedtheir a Mr. and Mrs. Foster Montgomery attract many beauty (oven,*,
sented by the pastor, Rev. L. D. Bradford County. The
duties, and circle reportsand Rowland Keys K
Haines. counts were given. It was Mrs. Vonda E. Inman of Starke Heights, boy. Jack Montgomery, queen will be crowned in the w
The following members were voted to buy ten Bibles for the and Tallahassee announces the Feb. 9.Mr. of more than 100,000 azalou,
present to share this enjoyable at the State Prison Farm. i are planted In the RaM
with the honoree: Mrs. girls engagement of her daughter a and Mrs. Leland Lee Waters "
L. F. Dinkins, Mrs. Dorothy Dow- During other business discussion,, Vonda Elizabeth, to Milton Ben- Worthington Springs, boy, ''which are expected to be at

ling, Mrs. R. C. Buford Mrs. C. A. all each the member funds was she asked could to for raise the nett Cram of Augusta. Maine. Daniel Wayne Feb. 9. peak of their beauty Sunday,]

Knight, Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. Fund. The marriage will be .an event .
T. K. McClane Mrs. J. F. Har- Building of April 10 at 6:30: o'clock In the Ir
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee closed
rington, Mrs. E. T. Miles. Mrs. with Presbyterian Church Tallahassee. 1948 MEMBERSHIP DUESTo
meeting prayer.GassettWitt
H. H. Houston Mrs. E. Lawson, All friends of the couple are In- .
Mrs. T. K. King. Mrs. Ruby Johns vited.
Mrs. Bertha Fuller Mrs. R. F. :Miss Inman is the daughter ,of i The
Young, Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr., the late George Marlon Inman.
Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gassett announce She attended the University of
of their Starke Chamber of CommerceAre
the engagement _
Broadway, Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. Alabama for four years and since
to Kenneth
Ovada. S
W. J. daughter, Myrtle
T. Frank Landrum, Mrs. then has been employed In the
Dodd. Mrs. J. D. Seymour Mrs. W. Witt son of Mr. and of State In
office of Secretary
W. M. King, Mrs. J. T. Lawson Mrs A. C. Witt of North Lima, Tallahassee.Mr. Pictured above are Air. and Mrs.' Benjamin Floyd Boone whose Now Being Solicited,

Mrs W. H. Yawn Mrs. Orle Wig Ohio.Miss of Cram is the son of Mr. and marriage was an,event of Sunday, Dec. 21, In the First Methodist
Gattaett Is a graduate
gins, Mrs. Sarah Lawson, Mrs. L. Cram of Augusta 'hurch of Starke. Mrs Boone It the former Miss Dorothy Ray
Mrs.\ Oscar
School in the
Gladys Harrington, Mrs. J. H. Bradford High Mas- Maine and graduated from the White, daughter'of Air. and Mr*. Olln W. White. Mr. Boone is the
Dennis, Mrs. Ruth S. Haines, class of 1947 and attended in Jackson- University of New Hampshirewith son of Mrw., Ben"WT Boone and the late Mr. Boone of Jackson, Tenn. Notices of Dues Have Been Mailed To All Business anil
Mrs. W. A. Patten, Mrs. S. E sey Business College
Spt-rks Mrs. H. L. Hough, MIss ville. At present, she Is employedby a B. S. Degree In Architec -(Photo by Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop). Professional Men In Starke. I IIf

Green, Miss Wilma Alexander Horne-Wllson Inc., of that ture. He saw three years of |
service was overseas with You Have Not Paid 'Your 1948 Dues Please Dt
and Miss Blnm Lee Hickey. city. the Army 106th Ir .ntry Division. and l Theda Ruth Braden Ruth, on February 15 in Shady- So At Once.

was a prUv ...*r of war in Germany crest Hospital. Mrs.\ Carter is
BEAUTIFY And PROTECT for six month At presenthe Has Birthday PartyMrs. the former' Lucille Barnhart of The Membership Committee Will Personally Solicit All
A Later Date Those Who Have Not Paid The
Is employed with the U, S. Rochester N. Y.
W. A. Patton entertainedfor Dues By That Time.
YOUR HOMEWith Department of Commerce i
her young daughter, Theda
These Distinctive Ruth Braden last Saturday afternoon ] Prompt Payment of Dues Will Help This Committal

ALUMINUM AWNINGS Winsome Class, February 14, the occasion R. J. (Romey) To Complete Its Work: .. I
Honors Mrs. BondMrs. being her 12th birthday anniver-
sary. Please Mail Checks To: ,Secretary, Starke Chamber of I
I '
Grady Chatman. Mrs. Ed- Young guests were amused with ANDREWS Commerce.
mond Tenly and Mrs. R. L. Young several games, as well as a number
entertained members of the Win- of contests with Ann

some Sunday school Class Tues- Pauline Gay, and l\fanassa'i
r Join The Chamber of Commerce
day night in the church annex, winning the prizes.A .

honoring Mrs. 'Alton Bond, group colorful birthday cake, decorated -i 4
captain, with a handkerchief In pink and green was
Is leaving to And Boost Town
shower. Mrs. Bond served with other delightful refreshments Help Our
make her home In Valdosta Ga. during the latter'partof

The annex was decorated with the afternoon. For favors,'
seasonal flowers and potted .each participant received dainty
plants. Guests were led in In- cups tilled with assorted candies.!

teresting and laughprovokinggames The following guests shared this Oxydol Georgia
'1.'I'. and contests by Mrs.
festive afternoon with the hon- '! BelleSuper
Young.At oree: Richard Milligan, Jimmy ..r Duz
Mrs. Bond received -
the close
Davis. Tom McClane, Martha
,, '
many lovely Landrum Mary Sue Epperson,
and the class also presented her Ann Manassa Lucille McRac, StringBeans

I,., with a piece of pottery. after Nancy DuPre Nancy White, Suds
refreshments were
which tempting For SHERIFF
'I I hostesses. Johnny Kopclousos Grace Thig-
served by the
4 pen Pamela Fay Lawson Richard -
I The following were present to ,Marlon and Lg. Pkg.
Kldd. Harrington
'+ ,. share this delightful occasion Pauline Gay.Birthday. Bradford County
with the hostesses and honoree:
I Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, Mrs. Gladys S
!, BOTH MADE TO ORDER Canova Mrs. T. F. Landrum, Party

FREE ESTIMATION AND INSTALLATION Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs. T. K. For Richard Kidd Born And RearedIn SPECIALS FEB. 20 21
McClane Miss Wilma Alexander, Bradford County
Mrs. Dodd Mrs.\ Era Wa"dln, Mrs. Richard Kidd honored her

McCORD FURNITURE Mrs.\. L. D. Haines Mrs. Ernie son, Richard III, on Friday night, lie promises that. If elected Luzianne COFFEE lb. 49c|
Dowllng Mis. Edwin Williams, February 12, with a lovely partyIn the office will be run ,
Mrs J. D. Seymour Mrs. Gladys the Church Service Center the
upon same high level
AND NOVELTY SHOPStarke Harrington. Mrs. Emalyn Math- where about 40 guests gathered l in the future as In the Fancy Long OiolnRICE Quaker White
ewe Mrs: C. H. Harper, Mrs. Resale to share in the celebration of his past 12 yean. GRITS19c

Fla. North City Limits, Rt. 200 Colson Mrs. Willie Mae Denton 12th birthday anniversary. pkg. 61c 19c pkg.
and Mrs.
Mrs. Truman King, Decorations for this happy occasion -
Merrill Edwards. Your Vote & Support
were In the Valentine motif -

arrangement, On the-of mantel magnolia was branches& clever Earnestly SolicitedPaid 4 Ibs. Jewel Shortening 1.38

YOUR FAVORITE SHAMPOOCAN Intermixed with small red hearts. ( Pol. Adv.)

ELECTJ. During the evening. young Flat Fkg.SALT.
guests participated in exciting Indoor -
and outdoor games super
vised by Mrs. Edward Bums. A 1Dltgac '
e number of contests were enjoyed, FL-: M Mw--.,, -L
with prizes being won by''Flor STARKE 2 for 9c
We Carry All The New And Popular ence Brown, Billy Weldon, Judy 19c
Sun. Men. Feb. 22 23
Cream Shampoos Green and Johnny; Kopelousos.
.. 1 Refreshments later were served Trail StreetRandolph Ilex Pure I

Toni Cream Shampoo, tubes at 49c from a table overlaid with white
linen and centered with an arrangement 2 Cans BLACK PEPPER I5cPlllnbury
Scott, Kobt.
Toni Cream Shampoo, jars at 95c; Intermixed -
of white narcissi ..
This I America Si Border
Lustre Cream tubes at 49c
with red hearts. On one Without News
/ Also
Lustre Cream Shampoo, jars at $1.00 & $3.50Elmo .: end was the, punch bowl over --Bayonet----- S. R. or Plain
Cream Shampoo at $1.00 which Mrs. Glen Wood and Miss Tues Feb. 24 ONLY
Prell Shampoo, tubes at 50c Betty Ann Flynn presided. A FLOUR, 5 Ibs. Me
Prell Shampoo, jars! at $1.00 lovely birthday cake, decorated SEVEN KEYSTo )

Rayve Shampoo, tubes at 60c with an array of red hearts in Cock 0' The Walk Heart's Delight
Rayre Shampoo, jars at $1.00 clever shapes and designs was Baldpate Halves In
Fitch Creme Shampoo, jars at 75c placed at the opposite end. Others Phillip Terry, JacquelinWhite Heavy Syrup I Bartlett PEARS

u' Shasta Creme Shampoo, in jars at 25c, 49c 79c who served were: Mrs. Albert PEACHES 25c 33c _
Miller, :Mrs. P. E. Canova. Mrs. News & Shorts
Valrle Kldd, and Mrs. Gladys -- - ---..
Pond's Combination Offer Harrington. Wed. Thurs. Feb. 23: 26 CRISCO 31bse -1,29
Large 69c jar Cold Cream and -

25c jar Dry Skin Cream Woodman Circle Men From Utah Wilson's Sliced

BOTH FOR 69c R. KELLYAS To Hold InitiationThe
With John Wayne Breakfast BACON lb. 55c
Woodmen Circle membersand -
Jergen's Combination Offer YOUR visiting members will hold Unholy GardenWith

Lotion their regular meeting In the hall Creamy Klngan's Red Hot
$1.00 bottle Jergen's and
Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock at Ronald Colman Cottage CHEESE
jar Dryad Tax Collector I FRANKS21c
I which time five candidates will Also News
: ... ... 21c
BOTH FOR 87c be initiated. Also, two new members -
will be balloted on. Fit. Sat. Feb. :21 28 -

Williams Combination Offer I,, All members are urged to be DOUBLE FEATURE Fresh Florida Whole or Half

A ONE DObLAR VALUE FOR 75c 'L.present.Andrews Hostesses and Mrs.\ are Ira Mrs.Wilson.W. Riff RaffPercy PORK HAMS lb.' 49c

1. lie is -
Capable the there
One Tube Shaving Cream and Bottle of Following meeting KllbrltleArizona -

4 Aqua Velva Shave Lotion 2. lie is Experienced ,will be a social hour. TrailJohnny CrIsp Calif.LETTUCE. FloridaTANGERINES

3. lie is Worthy LINDA RUTH GARTER I

It' t ,)tr.' and :Mrs. George Carter an- Serial Cartoon Bond V 2 for 23c 15c doz.
lie Is trained la Gouty Matters the ,birth of a girl, Linda -
( L KOCH DRUG STORE of Finance and OovenwV .,.\. U. S. No. 1
meat sad h* wUL1' ppM JMfjrJyowr

11"" STARKE, FLA. vote and support S, r Mcn'a OotMnr POTATOES lOfts. 45cBRADFWiD
(Paid Pol.
"' Established .1894 Jj .-

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_ LOCAL I IIrs. Mr.: and Mrs. n. J. Davis Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. Tillman F. Hutto '-Dr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Pettingtll Mrs. D.V.. Moore spent last Mr and Mrs. D. A. MontU'tlx I

[TS of 'WSu and Mrs. Leonard F. Smith, Jr., and chilldren, Frankie and Bonnie were dinner guests of Mr. and weekend in Hampton where she of EiiHtls were guests Tuesday( I

and Mrs. J. E Futch attended of Jacksonville
were Sunday Mrs.
J T. Quigley Friday, evening was a guest of her sister, Mrs. and Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.
,funeral of :Mrs. B. P. Smith :Mon- guests of Mr and Mrs. L. S. Hut- and breakfast guests Saturday T F. Brown. W. It. Graham and family. \

j A. L. Crosby Jr. Robert Metzger was In Jackson- day at 2 pm. In Daytona Beach. to. morning at Avery Inn. i!
guests of his ville Monday on a business trip. Mrs Smith was Mr. Davis' I
roOkcr as grand- Miss Elizabeth Moore of Rocky Miss Catharine Nollman return. I
ir., and Mrs. A. L. CrossUl1day. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney mother, and Mrs. Futch's aunt. Mount, N C., arrived Sunday at ed Sunday night to her teaching i

t, are better and tended son the Everett funeral of McK'.nney Mrs. McI<:at-lnney's' Simplicity Patterns In stockat the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. HMcNeil position in Jacksonville\ after Electric Service & Supply

root names STUMP'S.Mrs. ], where she will enjoy a spending the weekend with her
FrlgUlalre, made only grandmother, Mrs. D W. H. T. Black and son, Jim- 'visit for two weeks. family In Starke.
available Hazen Thursday at New Hope m K. CALL ST. STAHKE, FLA.
' al I Motor, now Church near Brooker. my, of Lakeland were guests of Friends of Lacy Kigdon who I. H. Hazen of Jacksonville wasa

't I s Garage. Mrs. Black's, father and mother, was seriously injured Jn an automobile guest last weekend of hlsl
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, accident Nov: 22, will be brother-in-law Electrical Contractors
and sister, Mr. and
Jt:! last weekend glad to learn that he is Improv. I
L'ery Branch of Mrs. Evelena Lockhart and ing at St. Luke's Hospital wherehe Mrs. A. E. McKinney and his Licensed Electricians

Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lennon of Is under the care of Dr. Forte brother, L. O. Hazen. AimiORIZKU SALES & SERVICE FOR CUOSLKY:

INSURANCEIRC. Deland and Mrs. Rosa Frederickof RIgilon's mother, Mra. J, J. Rig-
Miami were guests last week- don spent Monday in Jacksonville I.
end of Mrs. A. H. Green In the visiting him. MAJOR APPLIANCES I
We wish to
1kg. express our thanks I.,
'7 home of Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Mr. and Mrs. P. I. McLaurln
appreciation to the
tyt Wimberly, many
and daughter Paula spent SundayIn
WALL AGENCYPLEASE friends who wero ao kind duringthe
? Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Hoboken Ca., where they were

had as guests Thursday r.lght of guests of Mrs. McLaurtn's mother, recent illness and death of

1d 1 PHONE 146 last week Mrs. Adkins' brother- Mrs. A. A. Tallevaat.. our husband and father, John W. 1TXiNG'StGROCERY
" in-law and !sister Mr. and Mrs.
Constant,Service Over 50 YearsTARKE'S John Love Wilkes, of Jackson Mr. and Mrs. George'' Rose ir- McCall, and especially the hos-

. ville. turned Tuesday to their home in pital staff, the Rev. L. D. Haines

Charleston West Va.:, after being
u Mr. Jones and Charles
Mr. and Mrs. C O. Dupuis of
guests for a week at the home of & MARKET
Alachua were guests Sunday of Mrs Sarah McCall and sons
Mrs. Carrie Ingram. Also visit-
Mrs. W. B. Alexander. Miss Wilma -
SHOE REPAIRINGPROMPT ing with Mrs. Ingram last weekend -
iV, Alexander, and Mrs. L. M. were Mr. and Mrs Ovid Lewis I R. A. NETTLES I WEEK-END Sl'ECIALSFEBRUARY 20 21
of Tallahassee. I SHOPIn
'Our new cotton-; Dresses are LOCATION CORNER CALL &: CHERRY STS.
real bargains STUMP'S. Popular priced Spring and ( former Zek, Irydt'nOaraaKt"

LOWEST Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump are Summer Dresses arriving )

enjoying a visit this weekend in daily at STUMP'S. Lawn Furniture;

/SERVICE PRICES Monticello as guests of their son- P. M. Barefoot. T. B. Harding Plywood 'jledsteads 'Specials Galore'No.

,f in-law daughter and grandchildren and Freeman Register, Jr., attended
Dressers:: . ..
the Masonic meeting
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thom- Lodge Night Stands -- ---- .-
and children Freddie Monday night In p -
son Evelynand Lawtey. .
Marjorie Ellen. Barefoot Harding, Freeman Register Hook Cases 2 Cans "Sub Standard"

Specialize In "While-U-Wait" Work Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burnett returned Sr Freeman Register, Jr.. -
e If It's built out of \\wtA -
last !Saturday; to .their and others attended the Masonic TOMATOES lOc
home in Greenville, S. C., after meeting Tuesday night In Brooker.Mr. I nuun IT! -

We Appreciate Your Business being guests for a week of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Durclen

Mrs. M. B. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, and Mrs O.
and Herlong. JwlJw. W Real
116 So. ''Walnut Street Next To Hollingsworth Fresh lb.
Miss: Marian Brown of FSU in L: Beasley left February 8 for

14 Tallahassee enjoyed a visit last Tampa where they were guestsfor NOW OPEN !

weekend with her parents, Mr. several days of Mr. and Mm. Cottage Cheese 16cLarge

>o STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA and Mrs. Clifton Brown. C. C. Hoppe. While there Mm. LAZY GATEANTIQUE
Mr. and Mrs. P. L Mixon and Beasley, Mrs Klncaid and Mr.

Complete Line of Builders Supplies small son, Timothy John, were and Mrs. Hoppe attended the Cor- Each

me 4.1 Across From S.A.L. Depot/ Delivery Service guests Sunday of Mr. and onation Ball climax of the Gas- SHOP
ItIT ; Mrs. Albert Mixon and son, partlla festivities there. Mra.Klncaid SUPER SUDS 33c
Darrow. and iMfl\ lieailey returned -

erwin-Williams Paints I Falrbanks-Mors Two great names are better to Starke Thursday of last .

t Paint Your House Home Water SystemsAnd than one. Frlgldalr, made only week, while Mr and Mrs. Durden I Old Glass & China Fine Long Grain Factory Pack

[ Fay by The Month Terms If Desired by General Motors, now availableat remained for a two wcfka visit;i

mmmmmmmmmmmAtmmmmmmmmmmmmtmMETAL Smith's Garage with the Hoppes. I .

f & COMPOSITION ROOFING Friends of Mrs. W. C. Powell Select vour new Easier Hat 1 1-2 Mile Northwest of Mtarkc RICE 3lbs. 49cDressed

will be glad to learn that she is On State Farm Highway ,
at STUMP'S.Dr. .
Irk-Butt Asphalt Shingles (Green Se Blue) Building liarde -
recovering nicely following an and Mrs. David U. Jones
Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nails- Asbes-
operation Thursday of last week & Drawn lb.
and Sun-
were guest! Saturday
tos Siding Cement Mortar Mix
,Alachua HospitalIn
in the County day at the home of Dr. and Mrs 'i
Gainesville.Mrs. .
I J. Warren Kaufman. Dr. Jones 'HENS57clalrge
Pate Gasaett Is spending
is Pastor of the Holland-Scot ,
UI%IBER All Grades I MOLDING All Kinds this week with relatives in Ozark .,,.1 sees
Church in Philadelphia, Pa. ..
Ala. .. . 1.
Several hundred bolts of Mrs. Ruby Johns spent last "o u.. Doz.
weekend in Miami where she wall .... ,"
new of Mrs. Chris Chriwten- "" taw44af4
a guest
goods just arrived at lOc

and Mrs, A. E. McKinney

and Mr. and Mrs K. J. Dowling
GIHIt'S Ho*. Each
enjoyed a visit Sunday to Silver

I I Springs and Ocala. CATSUP45c
Mrs. Hugh Ingram Is now a

TOUR CAR have NEW REMINGTON PORTABLE member of the Hospital staff at "
wo a new FOR about dependableFIRE
I1LCO auto radlol Immediate typewriter Bradford County Shadycrest, having resumed her

KPHERD lIation. RADIO As low a.SERVICE."1.110. Telegraph tf I I : duties as registered nurse there Diamond Safety Per Pkjt.

prt at Madlaon streets, Starke.yotR FRAMES .MADE to order: Photographs Tax Collector 'early this week.Popular INSURANCE
; ., Certificate. Licenses etc.
Large selection of moulding to priced Nylon Hose. MATCHES 7c
choose .
from. All work RuaranteedHOLLYWOOD
]NESS PROPERTY SHOP. tf .4 and Mrs. W. H. Nollman .

Miss Catharine Nollman and their 'Large Stalk Each
WANTED to S-acre plot of land
near City of Lawtey for use asa ed "' guests Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bren-
city dump. Contact: L. II. Hill, Charley E. Johns
nan of Missoula Montana\ enjoyed -
SrnOUT aEhnTATe1 'lty Clerk at City Hall, t..wtey.J
Fla. at 2-n: a weekend of sight-seeing in Agency
taeetesf ndvrrlteer of .eonntrr St. Auguatlne, Marlneland Silver
property. Ilea cede over WU HUtTUJLK and paint stoves
.nl... make. UUHHUU. : .t Springs, and Daytona Roach.. Mr.
of llomcB-Karn any Uxchiinir" Phone 13 STAKKK. FLA
-*'. Rarer from nil'over the Store. :St 2-20 and Mra. Brennan left Monday for We Pay 50c Per Dozen In Trade
d. Free
open Itatlac.
FOR SALE-Large baby carriage.Mrs. St. Petersburg for a visit with FOR EGGSWe
REALTY W. HtMcCarty, Gen. Del.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd
Represented<< Locally By titarke. Pratt St. Up I ;..:

C Men's "STAR mt.D"1 ... ....
HOLL1NGSXVORTII LET ME GRAFT your pecan .and Appreciate Your Patronage Very Much
118 So. Walnut St. pemlmmon trees. Hoy Kalcb. Work Shoes" at STUMP'S.: tcprtuntlng THE TRAVELERS Hartford

Fun Hampton HAL.K,-Fla.lllll Ford pickup 2.20 with 2tp Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Moorrr and 1--- ,

'48 tag. Hart Furniture Co., daughter Marlene of Miami were
guests Tuesday and Wednesday of
ALL KINDS FOR SALE -Modern 1-room house Leon
: their daughter-in-law, Mrs.
.v-4 "
RENOVATEDFURNITURE Hot water heater bath. Furnished .;
or unfurnished. Bargainfor : Moorer. Room

11th quick& Lake sale. -ta.,Jt.Starke.K. Southern"Itp Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., and Complete Living FurnishingsRegular

daughters, Sally Ann and Mary

FOR house RENT with-water Furnished and 3-room lights. Sue, spent Saturday in Jackson-

j(( Two miles out on Highway 18 ville.
($:!tarke-Haiford road). Arthur
Dale. Itp i Word has been received here

WEEKSTo I from the Publicity: Department of
: FOR RENT 2 Qas R. A.
: ; rI'ct'r: : I State Woman's Col- t tt'
heat and General refrigerator. the Georgia
liKUPIIOLSTERKD: Available Monday. .j r AU
In Valdosta that Miss Polly
I lege .
AND REFRESHED Mrs U. R. Johns, $: r., 104 Washington the People of Bradford =t
St. :. It Mann, sister of E. .C. Mann. Jr., ; cw ,
Drop Us A Card County:
has been elected to membership .
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. FOR RENT Attractive, mode..nfurnhhed
Box 230 Fla. and unfurnished apartments Since making my announce- :In the Math-Science Club at that
Close In.with desirable all neighborhood.conveniences. ment a fw weeks ago, that I institution. Miss :Mann U a Fresh- Value FM

CRASCC-I(; Rents very reasonable 201. W. would be a candidate for the man at GSWC.
write all line.:I *
"e. automobile, liability, and Madison, Starke.: tf office of Tax: Collector of Mra. Effle Johns had as her

te ass me for your Insurance FOR RENT-Wall located furnish" Bradford County In the May guests Sunday night her
eda supper ?
;, Call N. D. Walnwrhrht, .Jr., 12' ed apartments |:35 aml $40 per I have received I' and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
St, Phone lit, U month utilities Included. tlee 4th, 1948 P-.Jmary, son $$219,50 $$165.g5
Jos. E. Wilson 200 E. Call lit letters' and personal Mrs. Freeman Johns of Lake City;

FOR SALE It calls from practically every her sister, Mrs. Mina: McCrutchon

F. FOR SALE ) lots; one '-room section of the county offering and her nephew and niece Mr.
I NEW 3-BGDROOU residence, house with bath hot and cold I deeply Mrs. J. J. Gross, all of Jack-
city | of me their support. and
"JJlts Starke just com- water; one store building one 4- *
l"1Cheap for halt cash. room house, facing Road 200 on appreciate this cooperation and sonville. *
H 2eue bulldlne with concrete Temple Ave. See D. U. Kelly,
U elected
full efforts, See the beautiful assortment
pledge my
l"p Ju Ht north of Blandln Cenl 214 N. Thompson St., Sta..ke.Fla .
for idle at coat. Itp to fulfill the duties of said of Children's Dresses at

mot. PAINT cheapest and Concrete Block FOR SALE-1 good farm mule, 185. office with credit to aIL STUMP'S.A. A TOTAL. OF 14 PIECES Including2Piece
I J.; price in town. One nice cow and heifer calf H. Morrison of Murfresboro,
ia.rt.R8' half, glass, 2't"x67", milking good. 111*. L. L. Beden- I hope to. be able to visit at the
Fla. Itp N. C., arrived Wednesday Room Suite-Strong Spring Construction Hard Finish
Hampton. Living
::11111: HMECement.. Olaii Block ba"lo\b. each section of the county and home of his brother-in-law and :
.k' S n?l. Concrete Pipe, Stepping End and Tapestry Reversible Cushions.
FOR SALE West Grocery to meet you all.
later :Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
"i 1 VnP""' Mortar lolls! Service Station. Apply at WestEnd 1 Odd Chair Spring Constructed.
l StarK"20. tpWE for brief visit.
Orocery. books are at Ings a
flip truck The registration Beautiful Base and Shade. Nice for Reading Lamps.
.. hauling Fill dirt for Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenly 2 Lamps -
ki.E loOTS: In city limit. of YES Dlpaey. HAVE Doodle Khsrfe'*$ ad.Claw'and Dopy EarBall present and In them I earnestly respective Mk each PredDctA had as guests Sunday afternoon 2 End Tables -Nice Walnut Finish. One for each endof Beautiful Sofa.

:demon. on. Uo high per ground. mo UOO up- .*.-Darby Bron. Starke. tf qualified voter to check with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allen and cons 2 Pictures to match. Pictures help make a room more homelike.

o<-tlon ny type "' building coniEITW FOR SALE-New Hammond organ. district registration. officer Bobby and Jimmy of Gainesville. 1 :Mirror for your convenience.

E 2-IOCJI Galvanized Pip. Bee .Tony Stevens Florida Theatre HP- your and see that each Is registered R. J. Gomes was called to 1 Ash Tray Keep ashes in their place.

I',..-, SAND loads.13.110 parr yard .In SMALL HOUSE for rent unfurnished In his or her district, Gainesville Monday night to serve 1 Coffee Table, glass top. A really nice table.

\"I'"ORO EIOLfEEfINO: CO. lights and water |15 p"r This !I" a privilege you have, as accompanist for Elvln BJorn- --- -
Naerlre month. Rt. 1. Pox 304, L. B. Jordan that stad, who sang In the Missionary
Edward. Ph... M stnrke. Fla. SIP and It is very Important

'; / I FOR furnished.room home refrlge-and you expneM your choice In this Alliance Church of that city. Mr. BETTY CROCKER IRONS priced at a Bargain 12.50You
|n Nc c"l!. rtOoi FOR BALE-Con- bath. Near school. office and the many more Important Coma was accompanied ,

minai"1 L Ueod steady bualns.e.lAU ratnr Will take and gas small stove.child. Call "-W office to be fWed In Gainesville by )(1'. and Mrs. O.. W. Will Enjoy Many Advantages By Using This Iron. ".
Pl1Ien\ Silberer.
good condition. this election.I
.;trrk' parking IoL Box 161 I ladles' Easter
Fla. Itp 2-l'i FOR BALE-R'o truck-tractor!: J'i See the new TT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
ton .A-T-H4 >.- will appreciate your support Dresses. Shoes. Hats and
TED-Whlt.. : or colored any* TIe. N wy10 30 tires. First class _dNUl not disappoint Coats' at STUMP'S.Recent .
Intsr.ated J. B.
In No dents. See
I farming 10- condition.
CortingCorn. or truck crops.A. on .- Irwin owner, 4 mL east of Cltraon you If elected. afternoon guests of Mrs. Denmark Furniture Co.
.. ria. lip 81$. lip >'tUO8T > Edmond Tenly were Mn, ..1.V'I ,
leather S/a.elely :r-, :J. Thomas, Mr*. ;;
akOV HAVE an alcoholic' problem Well-woraw. black Wens, Mrs. F.
AlcohoUoa Anoav bill fold Fen. 13.. hotweew 100.eU' .- Miss Pamalee Thomas sTAIII E. FIA.
ututu11.etint. and 151
.. and Norman UPla JTame on 1C PL. W) JIf4. Davies, PHONE
laysl m. e e r y Tlran. Reward for return to all of Gainesville, and Mr% Tom-
01Ball. Papers.
AUta\ re welcom: Alarclle C. Powers. Nollman apart (Paid PoL Adv.) my Morrlston of OMahonyi.,,
lip mints Starke, ria. Jot. 4t

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nounce the birth of a daughter Liawtey were dinner guests of son and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gano,
'on Feb. 13. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby Sun- all of Gainesville were visiting
C. C. Dees and Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Gano last
Brooker Mr. and Mrs. day.The a
I family of Alachua and Mr. and Junior Sunday Schdol class Friday.

By Helen Harry Mr*. L.. W. Barry and family of the Dedan Baptist Church held Everett Padgett of High Springswas .
were Sunday guests of Mr. and its regular meeting at the home visiting his parents, Mr. and i '
Mrs. J. R. Crews of Jacksonville. of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Padgett Mrs. J. W. Padgett, Sunday.H. ivISO
4.11 The CLUB UrookerH Club met In The event was the birthday cele- .Sunday Mrs. Padgett, who is ill, B. Crosby was In Tampaon fsi uysj
' school cafeteria Wednesdayof bration of Helen Barry Marjorie was given fruit and candy. On business Tuesday.Mr. '
the last week. The\ meeting was Sue Crews and Mrs. J. R. Crews. the way back to the church the and Mrs. Z. W Hamilton +aa
called to order by the president Miss Madeline Green of Jack class! stopped at Mrs. R. R. Carl- and Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes
Helen Barry. sonville spent the weekend with ton's for Coca-Colas. Those en- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. K. ANN PAGE
4 Miss Wnlgham brought the 4-H her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Joying this event were Helen, McClane In Starke last Friday
Green. Beadle and MarcIa Ray Carlton,
which night.
for the girls' suits
patterns Mr. and Mrs. L W. Barry were Betty Jo and Elaine Crosby,
r measured they are to to make.see how The much girls were ma- Iin Gainesville on business! Monday Jackie Dyal Carolyn Kelly, Milton a e . . .ln :

terial would be needed. Miss afternoon. and Kenneth Mott, Naomi and 1 ,.. 74ksF4ODS;
Whlgham distributed the second The RAs and, the GAs held June Stokes, and Myrtle Padgett. GrahamBy ]
course clothing demonstration their regular meeting Monday. Mrs Rosa Plnholster! spent the
book and the meeting adjournedat Several songs were practiced.The weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Mrs. John McKinney
2:30.: next meeting will be held Green in Gainesville EYE THEM BUY THEM-TRY THEM l||
Monday March 7. Everyone Is Miss Jeanette Creamer of Jack- -
Mr. Mrs. Ernest
Ortagus You get top quality, you save
Mrs. Green and daughter money when ,
Roy old
Invited to attend especially sonville spent the weekend with jo
of Green Cove Springs were vUltIng -
Mary Jo were visiting Mr. and who absent.Mr. buy Ann Page Foods.' When you get both
members were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mrs. Kate .
,h,. Mrs. Charles Hardy In Starke last and Mra. O. Prescott an- Howard. Mrs. Willard StarlingSunday.Smith of Wind- Quality and Savings, Its a wise buy. Ll,1I>4I
Friday. nounce the arrival of a baby below are only a few of the S3: fine Ann
O. W. Barry, who< has been In ermere was the guest of her Pap
Mr. and Mrs. F, M. Normanof Saturday. Feb. 14. foods will find In store
daughter on you our -
Jacksonville with his daughter, mother, Mrs. Maude Graves, last A1 a moot)
Vanderbilt were visiting Mrs. Both mother and baby are doing Elsie, is much better. week back If you are not 109 percent natinfird.
Lottie Edwards Sunday .
fine.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Green and J. D. McKinney spent the week-
Mr. and Mrs. James Crosby of J. E. Hardy and daughter .
Gainesville were weekend guestsof Janet were In Alachua on business children. Tommy and Marie, of end with relatives in Waldo. PURE .
Gainesville, were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves and PEACHPRESERVES
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Crosby. last Friday.Mr. l Ib. J.li
Mrs. Lawhorn daughter Shirley of Daytona
Mr. and Mrs. Rwtus Mann an- and Mrs. Lonnie Futch of Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Beach were visitors here last
T. W.
Markeywere Ann
61 6 "- - - Page
on a business trip to Gainesville week.Mr. 23Cl
Friday. and Mrs. S. N. Hess of BEANS

Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott and Green Cove Springs announce the
birth of a baby son on Feb. 10. In Tomato
FARMERS Marshall
were visiting Mr.
'r LUMBERMEN and Mrs. H. H. Layfleld in Gainesville He was born In the Palatka hospital Sauce 2 lb. Apricot PRESERVES 47c

ESTATE OWNERS / Friday.Mr. and is named George Wayne Two 1-Ib. Cans

., __ /11t PASTUREMENWOODDEALERSPULPWOOD W and Mrs. M. D. Harrell Hess.
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney 25c 2 lb. PRESERVES
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackberry 43c
Eddie of Louise last Friday night. and children were dinner guests
f, 'J OPERATORS Mr. and Mrs. Connie Tyler sold Sunday of Mrs. Rosalee Rader at

their home In Drooker to Pete the Penney Farms tower. Her Ann I'age Pure 2, lb. Raspberry PRESERVES 69c
Hicks. They expect to make their brother, Pete, is doing nicely after -
home in Palatka. cutting his foot. two weeks ago GRAPE JAM

Mr.. and Mrs Mike Tilghman with an axe. He hopes to be 2-lb. Glass
and children of Gainesville were able to walk and drive his car 1 Ib. Cherry PRESERVES 33c
w 1tri \ i'Iu1auw,4r.1ii1 soon. 39c
a visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott -
I IV last Friday. Those now on the sick list are

J. W. and Wayne Thomas, Mr Mrs. Annie Ward, Mrs. Maude 1 lb. Orange MARMALADE 21c
C. A. Crosby, and J. F. Parrish Graves, and Mrs. Frank Aber-
were visiting Mrs. Evillne Thomas' nathy. All seem to be showingsome AnD PageKETCHUP

ONE MAN CAN FILL AND CUT UP TO 12 CORDS DAILYICUT in Grand Haven Hospital in Jacksonville Improvement.Mrs. 1 Ib. Grape JAM 21c
I E. Ratliff and Waiter -
Sunday. They are glad I son 14-oz. Glass
POWER to report that she la!! much better were visiting in Gainesville

ICWI'CK and is expected to come home Monday.Mrs. 21c 1 Ib. Damson Plum PRESERVES 25c
de SAW I Hilliard
for the weekend. Broughton and
Mr. and Mrs. O. F.. Gano and Mrs. Minnie Broughton of Jack-
This Is used to fell timber-then witha ,
one man portable saw sonville
were visiting relatives Ann Page
simple adjustment, the blade li turned to cut up fallen here Monday.

logs. Easy and economical to operate) Increases production! PILES .Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Taibi were Top Quality SPAGHETTI H 25c
business visitors to Keystone Mon-
Ideal for clearing weeds and underbrush. Used everywhere MACARONI OR

for poles' fence posts, firewood, stumps, etc.Getu t.. and OtherRectal day.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Yarn of

.... *'* ? #* 'DetM/4 tIMt tmme d xN4e4de Z447 Varicose Ailments Vein Mr.Waldo and were Mrs.visiting W. F. Osteen her parents Sun-, Fresh Fruits &

if UTif WICK TooL CORPORATIONPHONI IA9 Ulcers day.Mr. Vegetables Super-Rite Quality Meat
and Mrs. Bill Plummer of
IS "J7 NtWCASHI IT. BRUNSWICK! I OA. Suoc.il/uIIy/ TrealoJ' Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.

Without SurgeryHoapltallzaUon J. B. Strickland of Gainesville APPLESDELICIOUS
Swift's Premium
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
or Loss oi Tim M. Wasdin Sunday. -
:r "AFTER S LES" SERVICE BY from Work Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starling
Rib Brisket *
of Starke were visiting Mrs. Dry- WINESAP 21 b s. v23c
Equipment CorwJl"
Inf. ,
\' ,. den Sunday. STEW, lb. -' 35c
:. ; McKINNEY Mr. and Mrs Forrest Reynolds COOKING 1 Ib. lOc
DISTRIBUTORFoot DR. C. R. 4 to 6 lb. Avg.PICNIC .
of Jacksonville were guests of
i' of West Adams St. Phone 43691 1433 Pearl St. Ph. 4-6268 Mr. and Mrs H. M. Wasdin Sun- HAMS lb. 47c

f"' .4t. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Jaoksoa villa,.Florida day. '" Gr. CABBAGE, 4 Ibs. lOc ,

,. Write. for FBEK Dewurlpth Mrs. Lizzie Surrency.of Tampa HAM, whole or half, lb. 53c
Booklet was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. CARROTS 21g. bun. 23c
- - - - - - - - - - - ,
r Maude Graves Sunday. Western P CHOPS Ib. 44c

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"I "'.C'd''',*y.',,*."#%',.,".wwA ,.k',"",,.',.,..'t..n''n',>;';;,......':";.'...t>'.:_.':::v.{>_','1..,;'";'''.1rl't'..-.",.;.,:..:<"''.'..,>,,.,:":".''\,. :',"HW":,*'w. ,''"&"','..,"""'-\.jJ,\':.,<.,'..<..'t,.:.,.:.:.."i1-.>..''"1\.<\'..:',"' ,,:.-.\."":'P"1. .<."'.'_-N'<'w._""_"f.>.:(,'iN(:, """"i"!,',tQ.': 0,1:,:..."".}..'.;::-'':>"r".:.>,,.:t..>.:.,,:,.!:",}.',"",%.,;...>,:.'":,,',*,."'".,;.'.,i,.,....,.;..';,;..;;:.;.'._.,.<.,:.;'.:<','..f.,"v";''': I. '" CELERY, 2 stalks 19c NECK BONES, lb. 19c

y> ;t::' %: '\{ "i:' ;:- "': ( .. ) : <:; ;;''fjk'iJ: ': .bij"V''i; :: t:>':i '';;;"' jf New River GRAPEFRUIT, 4 for 15c Tender Pork LIVER lb. 35c
.h =' w : f.,,{: ",,' 11f7t17.: ;; ..,,'<.; t..
: : : .' .. ." :t < :.t $ .. ,:.;; Y".. ,""",.y":., AND LONG BRIDGE LEMONS doz. 29c Florida Dressed Drawn
'tt ;1W ?t>. .JJil'tt't!: : <; t.t\ .....1{1 PXyn; .k1h,. 'r "": *i \\ l ) t5 Hy Jessie Lee Lazenby -
'QZ3''B ri:, : tfr:; !J,??H'h, ,(:.. {::} ,.m")Q Za:.. \f.v d',:; .;;' Iceberg
:ir, .. i .. .... -
1'j:@ 1 t :<<= { : < :< <: \.. ;..; yt. rrM "", > ), ,,,,''fl> <; .
:,1'il': :; \'Mt:, .::: :"< .,#. ,,.' %; ''' .f'. MULLET lb. 23c
,<.j><';: <<, ."\' .:'o/-.i ':." ';' /': ; vo:" Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody and RUTABAGAS 4 Ibs. 15c ,. -
"' '<?:'*:: ;;-',:,..,.". "'<'" .'." ,,,-,. ,.', children visited Mrs. -
.,'W': '!'''.,'..M",',<:'>'<'."":.).I.,..',."..":O"M"'':''''.''<',""''"...".:". ,-== .:.y',.,,'>"',>.''.,#.'".,.>...,.:.,',, I Mrs. Ada Kelley,Moody'smother in Rai- Loose White Headless WHITING, lb. t9cPOTATOES
.rn" "" "': : ::;,., .. "
,... 'm" '_" ford Sunday. 10 lbs. 49c Bulk lOc
: .M'i' "';'' )#' Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moodyof ,
'i>'o\.iU\ :;"(; ..
.. [:.:.:), Jacksonville were guests of her
%, GRAPEFRUIT 10 lb 25c
> ",'V<. bg. Smoked BACON lb. 55c
., ,
":,' ii.'<:\.. :.H..: :' ., ",,,,' ,:.: ,., grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. -
fui i N,*,-" q"'i. ' ,
: < R. j, Y R\:, 'ff.; :.. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp had
."". .......",::' ,..<' ""..""1''t' .''!% :"
",',,, .._.,,: ,,,,...,,,. '#it'W"k: : t.k: : t'if. '\;.' as their Sunday guests Mrs.
,,&:. f '.". "' '\:, $: i. <.,; ,;; ::s." "$ ". Sapp's brother-in-law and sister,
n. .>, ,.,' : t.\\r > ; : -%- f,8t .. ,i. ';::\>.
I Mr. and
""'" Mrs. Bill Richardson of ,
,. ... "y.' ,: )(':: ',, .",",''-': .' r. x"t., ". ,;;,,...-<.o,; ".
,' '' ''' .
>1 '' > ''' ; ,;
Jacksonville JUICE 46
't ,. .a .,," :} ,'tt: 1.. 1tt'\\,f rr;.,.-,:*I.t, ,\ $ \\+ 't'Aat:s",\ ter-in-law, Mr.; and and son Mrs and Dempsey daugh- Orange oz. can 21c DEXOCampbell's
; :
.t ,
... r .,}. >?1\9 'i\1P... >: .,4,<* 'l..:1" .' \. Hmt1.. : Sapp and from
:: iJ: < .. daughter Kay,
% ''h' >i:$ '. : ; '$ :<"! t.y.,'< : >.o\:1: \;: < ,"
\\ : ,, .o r:
11!', ,-: N ':" ,:: "">;' ;:;-:1t: ,-&:" ,. .,", $. ... 'J."j ,. .
.. '';"' ., .",.": : '" -> ;:: ( :<... Gainesville.Mr. .
: '" .,
:... .'" .. \ : ;... <""* > '.. ""';;- Shortening
<:"'" .. ">" "''' '' ; ''%->:-\ <, :::;" .
\ Tomato
.,'. ..f..." lrf"f"" :" ": .q, :';'''- ,} '''''=<;" ir: :t "A..? ..{"o''','' """ tk..'.,','' ', .... .\..\"..., .?,ft. :" :;,, moved and to Lake Mrs. John Butler Kelley this week have Soup, 2 for 21c -A

i %l. > : : : ': l \f:<' l'. '''' : $ i: after residing for seven years on 3. Ibs. 1.13

,,, ...,-.'JrO'\ C"h"'I" ''' I ) .q: '- j. Kirby Crews' place.
''1>. !i--';'" 'e I' Is \\First'.L\t'\N\ t Edwin Sheppard was home this lona PEAS 2 No. 2 cans 23c 111
"\ "'. ",i s ., v. ..-: "" weekend from his studies at the z
V J aCC.>< A\F.-v-'vv-v.,M S\+?v-fe:,. < 'V ,r'e_ LeT\a:: v\ r: I V D)W htn 'ij\wr, l J University of Florida. .
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and lona FLOURPlain
children of Jacksonville were the A&P Crushed Pineapple No. 2 28c

Men and women everywhere agrees guests Sunday of Mrs.\. Carroll's or Self-Rising

Only one h No. 1-only' Chevrolet' ,Is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mer-

first-In all-round value/ as 'In popwlarity. -'| ritt.Mrs.. Nutley OLEOMARGARINE lb. 35c 25 Ib*. 1.78
'. D A. P. Moore was ill with
a' Consequently, more people ddv. flu this week and confined to her ,

.' ;; Chevrolets than any other make, bed.Mrs.

.. 1,, according to official nationwide reglstrationsi Nan :Menitt had another OCTAGON SOAP bar 9c
A -
working Her house is
Meet the new itandard of Big-Car YouR enjoy Ilg-Cor ..fom_., and more people' want Oiev- Iona
; .....,. W's b.,.. In a..""'..'. too, 'when* you own a QtevroMi for roI." than. any ether make, according being slowly completed. She and SWAN SOAP, medium llc
her son-in-law. Harold Shiver,
44 fcxflm by rhher-ftmr bodI. H brkigt. you Vofve-At-Heod englM. / PEACHESNo.
mad.-available only en Chevrolet p..f..aK.bund.law.only. to seven independent nationwide painted the window frames last IVORY SOAP, large 18c.
end I hlglfer-prked.. con. In more ..,..,.,... con. Here, in the new 1948 Chav-1 week so that the windows couldbe
surveys. CAMAY SOAP 2 for 2 1-2 25c
put In this week. Meadows 19c -
told Is record value. For new and

;b 4 even more luxurious styling, colon and the Anderson flooring and some.Shiver at worked night. on LIFEBOUY SOAP, 2 for ',- 19c

aR : appointments have been added to all Mr. and Mrs. Sam Trowell of LUX SOAP, small, 2 for '- 19c
of Chevrolet's other advantages of Lake Butler were recent visitors
of Mrs.' Trowell's uncle and aunt RINSO, large 36c Small 14c Angelus
_, rI _.-- BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSH Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody.
DREFT large . .
f' Mrs. Joe Mooreland and daughter 32c Marshmallows
Yawl And Chevrolet ride. mere Keep your preient car In pod Joan of Jacksonville were SUPER SUDS giant 99c
tmoolMy'' an all type of road duo running condition ky bringing .n to M -
to the f amain Knee-Action Mde, and. for tutted service: now and atof /CHEVROLET ACHEVROLET1 weekend guests of her parents, PALMOLIVE Soap small 2 for 19c 10 oz. 19cA&P
coune, Kne -Adlon .b found only regular .Intervals, pending delivery. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Andrews. '
eft Chevrolet and cnHler con. .. your new 0.we1Nx Miss Cozette Sapp of Jacksonville Octagon Soap Powder, 2 sm. 15c
..* was visiting her parents, Mr
fETIS and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Sunday and

I FIRST! Monday. FOOD STORE Swan p



it 2x12; f. ..... eId...... Isle* a TIC PACIFIC TEA CO. 18c

P: j STARKE, FLA. .. M graph.rtaaL -Bradford Oovatjr Tle- 31 0-302 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.' _


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News Presbyterian Church HEAR Baptist Church Christian Church urday clauses at the Universityof and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. ,

lurch I John Warren Kaufman MlnNtrr The Baptist Hour Murmurlngs and rumblings of: Rev. J. B. Dixon, 1'aatorBible Florida In Gainesville Satur Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner j/

__ looming Worship and sermon, war come from press, radio and School 10 a. m. day.Mr.. ana Mrs. C. C. Crosby and and daughter, Janice, attended i{t
,, 11:00 A. M. W the streets. "We Prophesy This' the Singing convention in Gainesville
Church Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sub sons IJuie and Bobble attended I
dist Sunday School 9:45: A. M. War" is the message by the Pastor ject, "Life's Objective". church at Johnston Sunday.Mr. Sunday. I
Adult Bible Class for men and Rev. Lewis D. Haines
at the
morning Feb. 22, at 11e I Evening Service 7:30: p. m. anti Mrs. J. fr Kelly have
women 10:00: A. M. First Baptist Church, Sunday at
Topic: "if I had life to liveover" moved from BACKACHEr
W. J. Churchwell. my our community to
Rev. Our new teacher, E. M. Turney, 11 A. M. the news from Bible .
Lake Butler recently wish .. ....
First Methodist tok MBfortln* for .ti...
f the was pleased with the attendancelast Prophecy. Mid-Week Service, Wednesday I them much success in their new -.r...... o** ar#p NtekU.ttftna. .___
j will speak on the sub- Sunday. We urge" all men Sunday evening the pastor will 7.30: p. m.Children's. 511.115 tYoadr_...irrtttMn. .ad*pimn-ao.aid....rlM.fM. d.S.mo .
preat Living in Great and women, who have no regular bring a message on "Two Great Hour, I''rlday3:30: home.Mrs.. Fcrnla Thomas of Jack ,.....assaoss.t..u.Idesandmade.
I Isaiah :54th Chapter. The class to Join us for the study of x Mountains". The Happy Hour at p. m., each week.Sunnybrook. sonville spent the weekend with .,........tI7 cw-....... 1ts.MMMlldsCUou.5

11 render special music, God's Word. 7.30: will feature .Mrs. Morse at her sister and brother-in-law Mr. TNT dnnft for aMYr CyW.t PM*.gssrsM.,41*.?. *
one Is Invited. % Westminster Fellowship, 6 P. the piano and Mrs. Mann at the

feening service will: be very Jit. Mrs. Kaufman Is the leader Hammond playing the request
lonal. The Young Pea
oir will sing and they will Fields is hostess. ing. By Mr*. O. E. Crosby

t 6 p. m., for their first Soloist at morning service will Sunday School meets at 9:43: .
on the Easter Music. If be Mrs. Edward Charbonneau.,of A. M. and Training Unions training -
I interested please be pres- Wooster, Mass. In church membership! meet Mr. and Mrs William Crosby o p4
Ladles Auxiliary meeting next at 6:13: P. M. end children were visiting her

ftoplc for discussion In the Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the A cordial invitation Is extended mother Mrs. Vera Alston in
people's meeting is the home of Mr and Mrs. F.; F. to all to worship at all services Lake Butler Monday night.
Stump Mrs. J. M. Douglas of and to visit the church with Mr. and Mrs Arthur Bennettof
Welrsdale will lecture on Guatemala the vlnitlng pastor. EiiBtls! were visiting his sister
a _, and
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. '
Monday at 7:30: the second "Pic

general rules of the church-very ture Night at the Church" will be Floyd afternoon.Crosby, last Wednesday

PRICES interesting and helpful. held. A religious picture from "
the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. and "' : in taking
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday "Life of Christ" will be shown Crosby .. :". .,
REDUCEDFROM evening at 7:30: o'clock. We will Atlanta. February 19 "Mar by the Pastor. These sound pictures Wateroak grandchildren attended church at ......'....,.'....j.' ;
,1. of
Sunday and dinner
were .
now take up the study of the riages Are Made" is the subject are proving popular and .}:' ... .oq care
useful in all phases of the church guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ... r. .
book China. The WSCS MYP of "The
on Baptist Hour"
for February .
,.U' and the church at large will study 22nd with Dr. T. F. Ad- :program. On Tuesday night the Norman. ..._ -Vyour clothes
this for credit. ams of 'same pictures will be shown at Mrs. Muriel Norman Mrs LouIse -;; .
Richmond. Va.
as speaker. oQ.v
Corinth Church. There Is no admission Crosby and Mrs. Essie Crosby : t .
is ato30 .,. Radio was announced today by the charge.PENTECOSTAL. began the second semester of Sat- .r.. 'a.O ..
Baptiat of the Southern I J" t l. High Priced Clothing is still with us.
0CARPENTER Atlanta S. F. spa
0 & Lowe Director. Heard over< Station HOLINESS !. That's why it's wise and sensible to
I CHURCH Mia ,4 wardrobe.
WJAX Jacksonville, at 8:30: preserve your precious
I A. M. 'The Baptist Hour"- series 10th St. and Temple Ave. o ..JtI Expert dry cleaning gives your suits
ON ALLRadios I i"Dlvin Light For Dally Living." Sunday School ,9.43,: a. m.; MornIng and coats that brand new look and

considers one of the most vital Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic ,? a longer life, because of our appear-

V problems of our day. the home, Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ......( _. :I- ance-reviving use-prolonging tech-

in the last two Sunday of Febru. welcome tI nique. To get double duty from your
[ Electric Irons h ary, -fter. L. 3. PrlCfj Pastor Rg'-4- clothes, put your clothing in our
Rev. J. E.
Rhodes Missionary
I i Dr Adami, who Will be heardi to Africa will apeak a at the Pen- AUTOMOBILE ..,.c,,".. hands .- ..
lectric .Heaters i both week, II I pastor of the First
tecostal Holiness Church on Tues- LIABILITY INSURANCE I
Baptist Church, Richmond and rr i.r..rrtrPIIONE135
Feb. 24 at 7:30
day, : p. m. Every
one of the most popular speakersever Although not compulsory It I*
Is Invited to
one cordially come
to "The much safer to carry Liability
appear on Baptist
and hear this of God
man speak
Hour", having spoken in 1942. He Insurance. I represent only old Temple
lis an expert In the field of line, reliable stork companion.
riage and the home. His subjectfor St. Mark's EpiscopalFriday Your business will be appreci SIS

PRESCRIPTION February 29 will be "A House ated. Owner Are.
Lenten Service 7:30p.
: ,
With a Home Inside." 129 W. Call Street

PHARMACISTPhone Featured on the February 22 m.Sunday 10:00: a. m. Church Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph
program will be the sixth favor Phone 104 STARKE FLA.
School; 11 a. m. Holy Communion ,
Gays Service' Station 64 STARKE ite hymn determined by a poll and sermon. N. D. Wainwright Jr. .

qn.the=Mlnit Service among interested listener, Including Rev S. W. Creasey. _. ._
-- -
six and a half million South.
I ern Baptists.


"!. The Heart of Town And In The Hearts Prophetic message of Dr. 4 4w

of The People"A William. L. Pettlngill on Friday
night was marked with much Interest :. / .SY' I

Southern Baptist Church For All People and enthusiasm, bringing in / r
groups of Bible-loving Christians
from Jacksonville Palatka. Park- '" :
School 9:45 Unions 6:15 / ;
Sunday Training Of-The-Palms '
Green Cove Springs, f. ,.
Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour Lawtey," etc. Gordon I*: Purdy 1& .
11:" ':1' was the song leader, as well as .
one of the soloists, being accompanied S'J {t ,
by Miss Mae Ward at the :SSAr
Mornlnsr Message piano. An accordion number was 'r
"WE PROPHESY THIS WAR" rendered by Mr. Stlenhagan, who StffJrqj '-. -

Evening Message gregational also played singing.a number The for messageof con I, iirMv "''' t11 ,/. '

Dr. PettingUl, brought forth /I' 11.1 11..:.

Night la Picture Night At The Church several questions from the congregation ','.'".',\1 '"- (
which were answered :
"Visit TH Church With Tb Pastor"' 0USA
VMUag from the Bible, to the satisfaction v : : ----

of all. ,
Dr. Pettlngill has Just accepteda
call as Pastor Enterlm of the
First Baptist Church of New
B. Alvarez & Son
York City, and It Is with regret : "
,": 1tr
that his many friends over the ..
U.S.A. relinquish him'to the Pas /

Transfer torate of this great church for a
& Storage Co.
time.A. ,
beautiful introduction to the '.
Phone 9105 Youth Meeting Saturday night
_Moving and was the brief Memorial service to
the memory of Mrs. F. A. Scott's
Stplag We Operate Local and Long Distance birthday the fourth since she ,
I _
,.w Anywhere In The State "of passed to her Heavenly Home. A /

Florida. vase of lovely flowers was placedon Ip

the center table and an appropriate .

Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits J. T. Quigley poem was rend by Mrs. ar._aa y TO BEAT THE BAND!

The Youth Meeting was a studyof

: "Hearts of the Bible" and the -....
"Why Not Enjoy The Best?" songs also pertained to the heart.
The girls: won the Bible Quiz con

Sunday morning Rev. GordonL. e / ect1.1144 Folks are realizing that Florida homes need adequatoheat.

Purdy brought a splendid message
and in the evening O. W. That 011 House Heating is most practical and economical .

sureuoi lonuo AS somes Silberer delivered an enthusiastic! Iceeps.them warm protects their health Is easy: to Install and '
message on "Five Aspects of The
Cooking Heating Refrigeration Fulfillment of Prophecy". operate costs them l less.teecCUl&e .

Another treat was enjoyed on ,

T. Shull Plumbing &: Heating Tuesday Mrs. Paul evening Kreft, when Home Mr.Missionaries and ,; ; ',r use of electricity for house heating may cause you

LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144 of Chicago III. backed by .fF;;.!,., ;.: ., lots of trouble service interruptions due to overloaded electric
church of that made
little city
a .' > lines and transformers-delays while repairs are made inconvenience \
Central Florida Gas & Applicance Co. their second trip to the Tabernacle ;;:

Phone 3752 singing and playing the I : "f discomfort
Trenton accordion and "instrument of tenstrings"
: ]." :,
As a climax to the week's services ,',; . / eCQ4 && it's better to use electricity for the jobs it does best -

CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE t Elvin BJornstad, the Dramatic .. '
lighting, cooking refrigeration water heating, washing, ironing.
SASH DOORS. PAINT HARDWARE Singer of Oslo, Norway, ";. ,.-<"( .
was at the Tabernacle Thursday .' dishwashinq and all the.other labor saving services. And to use oil

lfoeteverything i night. for the Job it does best- heating homes!



INC. Have a mor* dender..noeM
To Get |I Irs fixun A Uin DOCTOR'S A YDS Candy AMAZINGLSCAVENY.Nodn. Way. Melds U Qit Co**? Sty Jtom* 1036-1048 W. Male St., South I .,. no Ita- "'I
Items esercnin Eat plenty.
aiivea no
Or Gainesville, Florida, I I You daft cut AYUS. meal bcfovanwala. *. --&l
You amply &
Remodel I, which! automatically cuilmllw
PHONE 217 218P. I, ) a"",, "'".The rrwlt a you ... JBj v
leM .nd "b& AtrnMrnfr
O. Box 62flVISIT ...MJ..*. ON THE AIR l ,
phyncian* jpeliaed clinical Mia Phil Spitolny ndtheAllCul
OUR NEW RESTAURANT I I and;,".hWrtOOAYD tvport quick and!>....Ia...KMM Will, Orchestra olfonng dn.enter- .
MEET AND EAT AT ROY'S I: &XrE.UUNT' the y9 ,. }
nl for all family pus
Mart tM AYD9 Platt Tariav. Only i2S9! far tainm
Good Food Soda Fountain a full 3SdaY. upply-Jo-ilJjT .tar than you II.DAIICBS
will nvr Rest Room For Your CosivenJeac I I a.q rQwiJe1:_Cot.,in. pi>ou!.r wru..

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will be thrown Purpose of has available an unlimited num- ORDER OF PUBLICATION to inert
to suffer open. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR tourhwnegly Ijq ''Iia
when Lake Geneva began
Gr To Run For the dinner will be to show parents ber of good cypress benches, ob- STATE OF FLORIDA to: CaterlnoCollttl Witness '"
from rain like the residence and address m7
\ excess en whose nand
HigbVater other lakes In the region, it was how the children are fed at. the tained from Camp Blanding, repainted Is unknown.You ruary$4.1t948e Flurlda lilt,
school cafeteria, and menu for are required to appear on (OFFICIAL
recondi SERi: ..
decided to Increase the size of an and thoroughly March 8, 1948, In the above named .
will bo similar to the
Causes DamageContinued outlet leading into Old Field Pond. 'Utilities BoardR. the evening; tioned. The benches are being Court and cause, wherein plaintiff T. Frank i nudnrr, -r pY
type meal given the children seeks divorce. Bradford County1CLOTHING Atty for Pit Stark"+ '
The pond, eight feet lower than dally. made, available to the merchantsof ,i

from page one) Lake Geneva, Is located four miles A. (Lex) Green of Starke Dinner will be served at a cost Starke at 7Sc per foot Just
( south of Keystone on 'Road 100. Con-
former Representative of 50c per person, and paymentmay what they cost at Blanding. The
around Old
.." sandy beach and reached the soft Field Property Pond carried owners a case againstthe gress from announced the 2nd CongressionalDistrict Sunday his be made at the door. How- Chamber is making no charge for I & SHOE E]

loam. City of Keystone all the way ever, it is necessary that reserva- the painting and repairing.
L. Reynolds, whose candidacy for .
; Mrs tions be made by Monday, Feb.
to the Florida Supreme Court to "" '
lake home Is adjoining the pro membership o n 23, by calling Mrs. W. J. Epperson .
contest the widening of the out- '
perty owned by Charley Johns the State Rail- Jr.. at number 141 I.V CIRCfIT COfllT, BRADFORD :
let, and in their opinion they won .'
that the FLOItlttAl IN CHAN ..
and Carl Johns says road and Public! All PTA members and all others COUNTY.

t11'a' level of Cryetal Lake has risen the suit.situation.But that Old Field doesn't Pond changethe is Utilities Co m- Interested are urged to be present Freda CERY.Cheney, Plaintiff YII" R. O.

15 feet since 1942. "Every rain mlsslon. Wednesday, to see for them- Cheney, Defendant. Case No. 8281
than pond these days. ORDER OF PDITLIU'ATION
more a
to bring It up two or three A native o f environmentthe APPEAR'
seems selves in what type AND NOTICE TO
Old Field Pond was originallytwo ..
Inches and It never drops over ( Bradford County, STATE OF FLORIDA to: R. O.
school children are taught.
ponds, one on each aide of Cheney, whose residence and address -
had to move
We've Green has
half Inch. serv- .
a Is unknown.You FOR
Road 100. But somehow- ,
house five times since ed as a memberof are required to appear on
our pump someway-Lake Geneva started Merchants May Get March J, 19.8. In the above named
4 1942" she said. the StateLegislature Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
its Old Field
The 50 foot shoreward movement rushing through and ; Attractive BenchesAt seeks divorce and custody and control The ENTIRE FAMILY
Pond outlet late In 1946, Old of adoptive child. Bradford
',, marie by the lake in the Field Pond Joined hands across Is a former Cost From C of C County Telegraph shall publish this
la clearly visible on the County Judge of Bradford Coun- Order In next four weekly Issues.
past year the highway I and became one a- Witness my hand and'" official Every Day Is BargainAt
r nearby cottages of Carl Johns gain. That confused motorists toa ty. For almost two decades he People like to sit on benches. If seal at Starke, Florida, this January nay
Johns Carl Johns' was a representative In Congress, 24.
k and Charley great extent, and the State you don't believe It- -go to St. ( ill4'EAL) A. J. Thomas.
water, and a base representing the 2nd District for *
dock is under Road Department had the Job As Clerk of Raid Court. \ The *
ment room Is flooded, with water 18 years and serving two yearsas Petersburg, Fla. Ray Helden.. Daytona Beach Fin.
of 1,000 feet of road eight 4t 2-20
raising I Atty. for Plf. 1-39
over the door sill. The representatlve-at-large." If a person sits in front of a
nudging Its former level.
feet higher than
name situation exists In the cottage They completed the Job in early In 1944 he resigned from Con store long enough he might even- -

of Charley Johns. except gress and( was commissioned as tually go In and buy something. l> CIHCl'IT.. COVRT. BRADFORDrorvrv. STAR Store
that Crystal Lake seems' deter. 1947.When lieutenant commander in the Thus reasons the Starke Chamberof FLOIUUAI m CH. NCI -
Old Field Pond flooded In .
basementroom "Y
mined to occupy Navy. He was attached as legal Commerce.
Tommy Collttl (Aba known as
1946 the chicken enteredthe
by entering through thewkuiows officer on the staff of the commandant G. S. Newcomb, C of C presI- Oartano Collttl),. Plaintiff vs. Catrrlno -
of the door. story. E. C. Hulvershorn, 73: Collttl, Defendant. Case No.
of the 14th Naval District the Chamber
dent, announces that -
and his son, Ray, 49, had 80 acres 0309.
that dam
Charley Johns says I and served In the Pacific
the fighting of land mainly devoted to chicken
to property Theatre.
age of the lake have farming. One of the Old Field
of the Inroads
Since his separation from the
Pond was located back of their
date. A surveyor -
cost him 2.000 to
Navy he has been pl'actlclng.law
owners house but In October of 1946
hired by property at Starke and Is also publisherof
said that while the Hulvershorns had to move I
on Crystal Lake the Union County Times at
the has risen out so Old Field Pond could moveIn.
In area
other lakes
Lake Butler. He Is commanderof
The Hulvershorns occupiedthe
Lake has risen
six feet Crystal
the Starke Post of Veterans of
chicken located on higher -
10 to 18 feet because of drainageInto coop
j ground. Foreign Wars and Is district judge
the lake created by the construction advocate.Mr. a
of the Crystal Lake Air The water Is somewhat down

Bas. The government doesn't now, but 40 acres of their landIs ." Green yesterday 'Issued the

recognize this condition, however, still under water. After mov- following statement:

and refuses to remedy the sit ing back In their house, the Hul "My neighbors and friends In

uation. The residents still have vershorns used a boat to reach Bradford County have been goodto P 1 PS.al.d

the water problem to deal with. I solid land since the water has me In the past, for this I am

As a remedy, Charley Johns Is: since lacked a few Inches of deeply and profoundly grateful.I .

contemplating a community pro- reaching the house floor. Now shall appreciate your help and 4.4189

ject of dredging a well down to they utilize a gang plank to con- support In the race for Railroad ..

an underwater stream and lettingthe tact the outside world. and Public Utilities Commis '"P .

excess water drain off. "The "All that I can say Is that we ,sioner. In this race I was supporting L? Ht : TakePle t; of 'R

tung oil Interests have such a are out of the chicken businessnow I our deceased 1 friend and ;".

system on Cooler Pond near ," Ray said as he looked sad- I would not have been a candidate 5'94 Zane

Brooker, and Its doing. magnlf- ly at the pond In which he was if he had lived. .1 announced Vi\\ Time to Pay t h Pq.

icant job there," he said. living. In his garage remainedan earlier than I desired to, but easy Burpee'

Perhaps the situation on the old car with water up to the I friends urged this in order that Cate. diesel "

other side' of Keystone Heights hub caps. A boat was tied up to our friends in other parts of the gl eart f: Firestone SUPER

\, it due to the same basic cause. the front porch, and the water State would know our Intentions."If light. Budget Way GIANTZINNIA

drainage from cleared lands. But pump house was filled withofall elected to the CommissionI I Chrome put0d

nevertheless It Involves three things-water! shall aspire! to measure up in i ; > SEEDS

lakes a court battle, a floodedbut so far as possible to the high
somewhat similar tale Is told
brand-new home, and two I standard of service that our fellow -
by Mrs L. A. Wright who resides ''
men In a chicken coop.It Bradford Countlan Maj.: E. S.
seems that some years ago across vershorns Road* 100 from the. Hul- Matthews, accomplished in this H.''Mo J.m Plastic/ Miracl/.- .
on the shore of the
when Lake Geneva at Keystone "new"' Old Field Pond. A few Important capacity." YOUR USED TIRES ARE Tops in Beauty and Wtarabilityl ,
Heights was low, a culvert from I
hundred feet in front of her neat I

Brooklyn the 10-toot was higher.cut waters to allow of Lake the home Is the house built by her! Mrs. Hazen, 90, H\II\ WORTH MORE AT FIRESTONE .1 1j' ,.tr.stone 'tee

".,. .'" waters to fill Lake Geneva. ButW. son. Frank In 1946. All but the![Buried At Brooker f:::!::: f

-. roof tits under .*water. :'l I .. ::::::!;f .a SEAT COVETTrade S

Ii' The son, Frank S. Wright, Miami I Mrs. America Carolyn Hazen, h in Now for : l .

public relations agent is 90,. a native of Brooker, died Wednesday t Cch.s

g r: C.T. U. prominent in state circles. He ser i ;Feb. 11, at the home of @tt::t::: :_ Viresfonei I 10.95 ... ....11.
ved IS: her
years as public relations daughter, Mrs. F. M. Sander- t
( f.::::;::::::::,
Have You Even Known director for the University of I son in Tampa where she had ill i t :::: Beautiful, and howl! And ther ,r., //f

\'t A Community That tinted Its Florida, was 'pre-war governor of i been residing for the past three ::.;? f .wear like iron! Resist sun,
;; mmmm::::!:!;: .
Klwants .c/e
.,' and in Florida, served 30 years., : :::: weather
I t. Tavern, (Beer Parlor,, : ::::: grease. Clean easily
months overseas with the Army Funeral services held at :::: :.:: .
Road House Among Its Advertising were with soap and .ater.
1 ; : Air Corps, and Is now state manager New Hope Chul'Ch Thursday !m !!
Assets ? ? T Baptist .
p s ; J:::: ::'::::: CHAMPIONS -:...
f' ",' If Not for Fuller Warren in the I afternoon of last week at ::::::: ::::: : :: _, _

,r Why Have Drinking PlaxenIn current governor's race. .2:30: o'clock, with Elder D. D. 1tl ::::' Swift, Sure S'ort.-
......., For safe troublet Sari Costly Repair Bills Guaranfttal(
You Community T ? ? Mr. Wright started construction Harvlll officiating. Interment ..
? T ? T of his home on Old Field wall In New Hope Cemetery under :}:::::J!!:{>' free driving equip !;
::':::: I.
Pond In May of 19-16, but late In the direction of DeWitt C. :::::::::::::::::' h'::: OIL I FILTERS I
July water had reached the foun- Jones. ; --- your car ::::
..;..m... ; 95
dations. Luckily, the house wasn't Mrs. Hazen had been a lifelong f l Firestone De Luxe .:. 10.

." ffffIii plastered and hadn't been wired, resident of Brooker, prior to goIng ; :: > Champions. Come :; 4.59Keepi Up

because by October water was to Tampa to live with her @jlf in
get our liberal :m
up to the eaves. The new house daughter. She was a member of :::::t Isthanretradein

tf", "11{tI1'1 t- occupied at present by Mra. I, the Primitive Baptist Church. : :: allow- ::: motor

Wright was completed In April Survivors Include another daughter 'it4i once .:: oil clean
'' ,
of 1947. I Mrs. I* A. Brown, Brooker; ::: saves engine '

I f .1 Best Grade 95c "I don't know what can be five eons Fred Mazeri, A. A. itS I25 t + ".ar. a Firestone batter ind
done" Mrs. Wright said last Hazen, and Dr. Olen B. Hazen A WEEK look at the low price Guaranteed

Hanes Undershirts45c week. "The St. Johns' Is only I( all of Gainesville; Ceo. W Hazen, too.

!50 miles away -- somehow 'I Brooker, and T. C. Hazen. Earl-

: water should be drained off. ton Beach; 36 grandchildren, and

Army Boots3.85 The solution to high waters I 26 great grandchildren. FINE QUALITY HARDWARE8SSS

No one knows. Some Intend to

du something about them. But Stunt Night Proves M;aO:::: :;;:;;;: : :':->"'-'. t1::: "" "

.:; Khaki Work Shirts i one Starke citizen: who owns endangered Enjoyable Event fuJl.Lells.1I Hand Saw' c i1: Speeds Up TA. lob l Hi; W S A'Y CQlNpV1Ltioldl
property said. "Leave It
it1.I" $1.00 alone. That's God's work." At Tourist Club \ ::i "," .. t.:::::>>...,",
-- --
r f. \ 95c oI 1W
;,> Girls' DRESSES Edwards Announces Stunt Night at the Tuesday; ... Crosscut

; 8 to 12 1.50Girls' I For Commissioner ,I Club meeting was of a delightful the Starke affair Tourist, withvaried t"t": i" ::::}!''' "AND .

: ,
""U I II :: :: SAW .
talent All I
I taking part.
DRESSES .. ./ .... .
: T. C. (Thee) Edwards qualified the members entered into the Car-nter's % .
Ratchet : :: -_
: ::: 4.39
I* Size 12 1.00 Saturday Feb. 14 as a Candidate spirit of the occasion, and vocal BOX ....'

,'.' for County Commissioner of District and piano solos, readings, skits, : TOOL SCREW DRIVER { : ;
I No. One (Lawtey) subjectto 'Joke telling and tap dances weregiven. fu1a, of 5.45 Has 3-positlon ratchet; :
: : Holds tight, left and rigid. Tool I
1 the will of the voters In the Four new members were :' BBeaaaKKan.Combination
: :
: .wotstnc1ud1D&"fJ'' .we1. tWO steel blade, unbreakable
;, 1.50 each Democratic Primaries In May. added to the club.Refreshments {. inch plastic handle. :;;: .
.. : Mr. Edwards Is local ____ ..m I t CO
a farmer were served by <>: band1e. ___ r ,
t "A"i'i'A' RAYON PANTIES I I and a lifelong resident of Bradford ; Mr. and !Mrs\ E. J. Craft and i --' ad'-

County. their social committee for the Head Hal Halt Slot ,
', Sizes-Lg., Med., One X Edwards in his announcement evening.The ;::::;:: Sixf..m Ounc Wr-'
j '
I 65cCotton I ::: SQUARE ::::::
I' stated: "I feel that I ,
am quail-
club meets each Tuesday
:::;t Easy To Use I
\' led for the office of County Com I evening at 7:30 at the Woman's -

ty. \ Panties missioner due to the fact that I I Club building on Walnut. Street. I f,f

,,; 35c was employed by the County for All tourists as well as local resi- I
: Lge. approximately 13: years during dents whlf are Interested! are Invited t::::::: 1.39 2.49. t 1.25

which time I operated the Coun- ti J toecome members.'Knovr m :::
Blouses & Skirts ty's roadbuIUIInfc and grading .
fu '
i. > 1.00Dungaree equipment. Having graded almost IR
.. ,. :'Ii: every road In the county Your School'Theme *: : : CLAW HAM M Fine quality steel temper Has

.I.II several times I feel that t thor! To Feature $: : Baa a 15- to hold sharp ClIttln and 10 many uses. If a try r 6-Ft. FUx-Rlgid' !
PANTS ] square, level and
'PerlICbf&1a:4. Head wedJedSn
: steel
I oughly understand the securely TAPE
plumb, STEEL
marking .
't 12-
I PTA DinnerI : os. : handle. 13-Inch hickory' handle.
I} 1.50 and drainage steps which should : ; Strong h. Inch rule, etc. Accurate. Push-pull tjp e-
be taken for improvement of :. on
Graduated I in sliteentht
I In place of the usual PTA meeting ; ;
t, j County roads In this District and 'w:*1.::}.::;:: ::::;:::;:;: :::: {::: : : h "e.. Chrome reel
.' Puttee PANTS throughout; the County. During,[ next'elnesllay.. Feb. 25, I t V.Y W-s. VfIAyr r yvatiive.;: : : ;:;::;: ;;::,-::;;:,:;:;Vrri:::: : ::::%'lmt1:;: tixv'isi: ::::: :" :%. ,'
there will be s "Know YourSchool"
this time I worked close to|
1.50 very I
I \ dinner at 6:30: o'clock In
the County Commissioners and .
I the cafeteria. Following dinner,
mended' a majority of the Com-I
) (all present will be invitedI
-nlsslon meetings and have oblen'ed -I to inspect the entire school which Firestone Home & Auto
l'i.: thoroughly their duties, Supply
Nick'sBargain therefore feel that I am qualifiedo vocate first improvement of
: *. serve as your County Commlsiloner -I county roads: second, economical

from District No. 1 (Law- but constructive financial pro-

tey). In view of my quallflca-l gram; and third, to put the welfare -, t 600 Temple Ave. J. P. ROBERTS Owner STARKE :
I. lon and experience your vote of all the people ahead of

House tnd support will be greatly appreciated. the wishes of a selfish few In all

matters handled by the comma! I

I "If elected I promise to ad-. ..


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