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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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S TIAJM NOW fOt UADERSHIF BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH


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N nal Guard Official Countu Publication Established In 1877.

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\Ll'\I: SEVENTY: STAKKK KM>KI1>.V, .'IUU..fANtJu v7.. 1919 NIMItKK;; Twi. T'V-'VE

.... e.w tf M Ieer ... s..e MNI. ..4 ee
.' .' 'u '.... ........ .. Partin To Address
i (I* Mate of Florida to have I Berries Unharmed 4 New Officials Take Over Reins Irwo
e -" ..- ,- t'"u ..... N Rwt .".,...rtmtity<< and responsibility. Next Legion MeetingProf.

era w.w ..er.raaatar. r r nar
CVtany
were Instrumental In
.. .- $ a r...,.r yI t_ use as ... ..rriwnNy. each year, wela But Slowed Down Charles S. Partin, Principal -

eerie .... t. tow fawr. r of Bradford High School l. r Boards Four
.. ... will be the main speaker at the MajorCourthouse
-- ....iM d .. hale 0.... trNl approximately
fir .- tie a ..s.0. .r w wr awn 'sootyN' regular meeting of American Legion -

wF '...... .- ....... rand the authorized 3v Cold Snap Post 56> to be held next .t 4'' 1

'e"...ew r. oar $a..w .... sew ... .......a and 54 enlisted men ....- at Tuesday 8:00: o'clock.night in the Legion Hall Reorganize!! .. Jobs

'aw .swr 1 -r sees Pf th. taM strength of the com Nippy weather<< over the weekend t
Prof. Partin will discuss the 't
'" a aaaslaM sonar IMr tress M w<4 mean In dollar and' continued to slow down the .. y 7 7i
..--. It..w..., .... .. ..-", rtarr.rrp rate than morn Instead ripening process of Bradford County various phases of the educationaland now available For New YearThe 1 Change HandsIt

... .. ........ tie .... ..easel ..... a-lty. 'I strawberries although temperature training and being program offered to the i

....,.. ere kilt ..Nr M ra.u from all of did not drop low enoughto ,
.ne.arae. part veterans of Bradford County. All two official boards that was "moving day" In the
tor .1.aN. r easel. tr .. ...,.. ..... witt. Step have been taken actually damage fruit and veterans who are Interested In annually administer around $600, courthouse this week as four of

w. _.t.. er.iew.b Iwaap-M.Ir.. k and from drill for thoe_ mem- bloom. entering any of the various typesof 000 worth of Bradford County's L .. t. the major county: posts changed

arw --I-r -riasl.N ..tore. there. are groupe Urge enough At this point everything depends training now available under business reorganized this week i hands

t.. ...v..rst .. M.M.aarg on the weather. ThursdayIt the G. I. Bill of Rights are urgedto for the new year. 'fY ux Sheriff A. O. Andreu who was

.. 14---I MaU and ..*._>ta*;.. U be gained by young was warm and raining. A few attend this meeting. M O. Harrell, County Com not a candidate for re-election, v.. "

sea ...-. .. ib...d s.. aloe _"." _lIt of fellowship among I day. of warm, sunny weather Senator J. Slater Smith of missioner of District A>, was re- retired Tuesday at the end of his
could bring the Bradford
aan.u r ..... .. M/r ... ai parte" the County and an op into crop Green Cove Springs last week elected chairman of the Board fora third term In office and :was succeeded -
heavy production but If
another
ttal.se .. ArA..ge a ..... Hfcrtary reeponaiblllty. while re- cold: spell follows the rain accepted the Legion's Invitationto one-year term, in a reorganization by P. D. Reddish of Ileil-

..a..ri as M.rue w ras..l.eMe -it* civilian occupation: ). The production will continue to below appear before the Post on meeting held .Wednesday. bronn Springs, a former memberof
January 25 to discuss proposed Instead of Tuesday because of the the Hoard of County Commissioners -
--- -eer/r11.r w.o..A pee year I. flSTSO:\ per" man and or, in the event of a freeze
.- .... a.-- ,1-1 tae pale ot ...y .. bwftoe..... the crop might be set back a veterans legislation. Senator Smith Inauguration ceremonies in Tallahassee .

..rbrs. +rf .... o.-.e. I are .*.;*... .. attend Army trade schools.: ; month or more. sponsored a Veteran's Bonus Bill Heretofore, the Board Sheriff Andreu announced last
in the last Legislature which has been Its chairmanfor
... rr' W w.au .......,. .a* vkaW. attend***;. Among the course: During the past week a totalof electing fall that he was retiring because

......... ..... ..,.. ,.. .. .... ...,ur, aervice>. auto mechanics, 822 crates: moved from the failed expected to that become he law will and introducea It ..1.11, voted a two-year Wednesday term to but change: it was to 1 Retiring Sheriff A. >. Andreu (left above) is pictured In the ill\ health made it Impossible for

--. lp... ot arm.> .... ........ sad _y exlier. market here bringing growersan similar bill when the Legislature a one-year term. Ira Wilson courtlioiixe. corridor an he* presented the badge nf office to Sheriff- him to carry out the duties of the
office for another term. He served
.. erer. ..c... ... a... during: the early reorganisation estimated gross of $7,398, atan next convenes. new member from District three elect I*. 1>. KeddlNh, who annumed his new duties Tuesday as sheriff for 12 1-2 Ho

.... / .. ....... .*ae.. ..a m <.+mgr ot .....11.. It* unit because average of $9 per crate. was elected vice chairman.H. years.
was nominated for the office In
So far
this season 2068,, elated
.tlrta.a n.l wow ....... su17Me..t t. Meet War Department remuneration -
V. elected
have been shipped for estimated Knight was county the primary election of 10.16, but
an -
r---- ...s... M .a.Arra.tie. of civic: organise return of $17.68160. Farm Bureau attorney and Dr. W B. Parks r took over. the duties nix months
h' :
... ... .... ..... .. ,
"w T Y tae mtlUMnaam of the men In the ,I I was re-elected county physician. .d' "" early when appointed to fill tho

tow N.irawr-1 sew ........ lip ..wgh .. eHmlnate any danger Noon Warren was renamed! ":,1 unexpired term of the late Sher-

-a T...'J.c tw t'rislt ..af be aee what the hwut of a fZI.OOO I I Float Committee Announces Rules courthouse janitor. :,.r .j iff W. J. pp\'rson.

t.a.e..st .... r it ee-r.uea.I,,. That .la why the emergency Thanks Public Personnel of the new Board is 1 1I Tax Collector C. A. Knight t

I- ,e11 __ arm .Mara/sr.e.d -.-.MMMt, as follows: y 4r"k 't who has been a "fixture"" In the

"we ere aptrw w taP part .t the. raMHnunlty ran now bee For Cooperation For Corn ContestAt Cm I Prevutt. District 1 : K.: I. I '.... courthouse. for the past 37 years

-.r .... air >...>-a
w. .. b JU wr -, tr ....... .Ma Ml. quota of mm and I to the people of Bradford Countyand a special( meeting of the Ira Wilson District 3; T. C. Chas- 'I. and ntpppod,' aside Tuesday for

... .. -fm Ng1Y M IMr twot aa..ael-!' ... at Bradford County I l especially to those who donated Hradfoid County Farm Bureau tain (holdover) District 4; M O. his successor, J U Kelly.

,. s. .sir. ilk N a ww rte ..... *.vimg the early day when I I funds so generously for held Dec 17. quota of 5 acres Hariell (holdover). District 5. '. I Before being: elected to this

.. I their fine cooperation for our of field corn was set up for all Members whose terms expired office, which ho held. I for five

rec.-I. County's representation. at the farmers who expect to grow corn Monday were P. 1>. Reddish, District .. terms. Mr. I Knight nerved as deputy

i I ITO Inauguration ot Governor Fuller In the contest for prizes. It Is 1, and l J. L. Wynn, District : clerk fur 17 years, starting

...... Nf .._._.. r -_ :y-mnc man Mho I.I willing" Warren last Tuesday.Our hoped( to award three prizes as 3. I 0;:. hilt courthouse affiliation In 1912

w .. ...... .... .Arta. H r.s 'hnaw atf a young man NtwrenM I float was one of the very follows: 1st prize $200; 2nd prize ('ro..h)' Elected, under the Into Col. \V T. Weeks

.- > .*. rt aaal M I-a ys.w .f .... lanprrm upon him the fact finest In the parade and drew very $150; 3rd prize $100. In the reorganization meetingof I who wan then Clerk of the Court.
He first elected 1 to the of-
: the School Board, held Tuesday was
favorable comment and applause There will be restrictionsas
seer er yraM i.eYaep ilia arNlay eb/wg.tWrt/ to hi. country and at no '
five of Tax Collector In 1928 and
of District 3
H. B. Crosby
from the vast audience there. We to the amount kind of fertilizer
ri..r.ar 1..1. ars1 t+a.e s.d _CMe civilian/ J" o' schooling, or I N wu' favored with ro-clectlon
j feel that (Brooker and New River) wus i.
in the
everybody County used. However the five
.. Nr 4h MM fea; IMaMta.. ; tae KartaMal Guard Young men from 17 I elected chairman to succeed J, S. every four years since then until
can be justly proud of the repre- acres must be In one patch and
s4 lOt Ml ,... at ace are e-at from the draft if they are m.moil. sentation. strain of field must Norman of District 1 (Lawtcy) his announced retirement. Mr.
some corn
a..+ Ww ?laa>ii sisl O..,-*. Thta fart alone *.muld be enough to Other members of the Board Knight stated that he will now

.-.. a ttei ..... e4f ..........i far tk... Inral Guard company If We are expressly( grateful to be planted.The whose personnel remains unchanged devote his entire time to his

a ]sisal. user -.e.. hy Intareateil buaine-w men and civic the Finance Chairman Mr. Maxie regular meeting of the are: L. A. Canova District Tar Collcx-tor <'. A. Knlnlit (left. above") who retired Tuesday after abstract business which he has
; Carter Sr, for raising the funds Bureau :will be held Friday night ,..
S (North Starke) ; Eaton Ncr\lng 20,years In the officeHhukCN hands: with his successor, It. carried on here for many years.
Ilewai by private donations instead of Jan. 7, In the courthouse at 7:30: --
=...3% a au- awal payrott .la a mighty attractive feature this Brown. District 2 (South Starke) Krllj. Tax Assessor E. W. Hayes, a
asking expense be born by o'clock. It is hoped that all Bureau
1s' a ..r..1r. tar. sees .f .........t. M ItuiX hy any mean, the only the County and City. members and friends who are Interested and L. T. Johns District .1 longtime. courthouse, figure ,wa"suC'ce..de.1

.mgrs.1 .. ......... W thee.errw.ly from a thriving Nation! We wish also to express our in this corn deal or who (Hampton Graham and Theresa drews. Mr Tuesday Hayes first by Guy entered An '

..lees star Tee 01.1 ,... sea he t4 _toW ervtre to thi area In deep appreciation to Mrs. Leila may wish to buy fertilizer need or ). the courthouse In 1010'as deputy \
.......... oft IteHlgnatlon' Accepted n Gx
.aN pa..stler..e..ey mt hy providing a spearhead Mundy, owner of Leila's Dress feed through the Bureau this tax collector under the late B. M.
.... At.I-- ....--.....Ml sew capable assuming leadership Shop and Mrs Lex Green for spring will be at this meeting Oscar Griffin submitted hilt Dowling. He ran for the office In

rr .... ...... ... .TS5S u..p.i.tiitai aalght .ha diaorijanUt-Ml or their untiring and successful efforts resignation- Wednesday to the 1830:.!( and was ,.elected, serving 5N
a ii Boalrd
t i of County Comn.lnsloneid,
dr.at..tin tlt0. In attiring the float attendants Rites Thursday two terms in that capacity, before -
of Road
seer-I. .... ... at.r-] .. .VKat the community gt behind our so beautifully. as Supervisor County offering for Tax Assessor .
Maintenance and Arnold Griffiswas
For ,
Mrs. HolmesMrs.
'-s.....t ..a... Mip ...... put a>nor the drive for a full We are grateful to those fine elected! to succeed him In that In 1023. With the exception( of

n,ea.a.a r m..w II _sr be deer ..... tn nwf<< the fact that young Indies, the Misses Anice Georgia Elizabeth Holmes position. one term. from 1033: to 1936,
.. Green. June Doris Mon- 1 filled by N, D. Wuinwrlght, Sr.. I
'fIII ....... .odes ti' b. r'fft every Interest In the county- Caldwell 48, of the State Farm, died Tues
.a s1 .. male. clef: Hazel Fields and Janet Anderson }r Mr\ Hayes has served as Tax
day Dec. 28, In a Leesburg hospital
,- for representing Bradford Cub Training School Assessor to t'he present time, giving -
I. following a heart attack '
County so and him a record of four terms
charmingly graciously
Will Meet Jan. 13
and Injuries from a subsequent .
Governor+ Warren Takes Oath Of Office and to Miss Lou flyers fall. At the time she was visitingher ((16 I years) us Assessor, and two ..

their ChnperoneWe sister Mrs. I 11.! \\'. Ross in The third, ,session. of the Cub terms (S yenrn) as Collector
also wish to express ap-' Leesburg.In Leaders Training School will beheld total of 21 I years In the two offices.

I I predation to the local paper for Thursday night Jan. ii: In Ills one year ns deputy( collector "
addition to her sister Mrs.
1 Its cooperation: and assistance St. Murk's Parish house at 7 :10 rounds out an even quarter century ,
Holmes is survived by her husband -
In the o'clock.T. +I of courthouse servkc ;'
providing necessary publicity i
Marvin It. Holmes of the 1
: and promotion State Farm; one daughter Mrs. A. Rowand III, field l executive ( The fourth major change In the

lox Green Elizabeth Gibala. Washington D for the Boy Scouts in this I! .', p'New 'olll'lhouJle occurred In the officeof
Bradford w. Cou'nty Superintendent. of Public
Inaugural
County the
C.; one brother II. B. McNealy area Is conducting (course
Chairman and all of boys of Cub Instruction. where Harmon P
Blountatovin; and another sister parents _
Green J. McGrlff Morgan, former principal of the
Mrs. Ethel Mae Whltehurst Mail- age, 0 to 11, are cordially initcdto
Fuller Warren County Cam- classes *. lirooker Bchoril, succeedful Arthur
anna. attend these County Sups: 'rhdendeol of I'll hili' Instruction. Harmon I

paign Chairman. Funeral services were held at Cub Pack 70 of Starke Is nponso I Morgan (at left) greets!; Arthur' It. blcliae. whoso. tc-riii In the officeexpired R. )McKne term. who held the office;

the graveside in Elzy Cemeterynear red by St. Mark's Episcopal ,, liltwinj.County '. one
Unchanged were the administrations -
Dukes Thursday afternoon Church. i
rN Lr.C. Tobacco Quota In the office of Clerk\ of
... of last week, with Rev. L. A.
the Circuit Court and the County -
Shepherd officiating. DeWItt C. Recent Births
Ju gp's office where A. J.
Jones was In charge of
1 Yv 5 Pet. Higher arrange Thomas and K, i I... ferryman' ,
1 ments. Births nnnouficed, l by Shadycrest respectively, began their fifth

Hospital; terms.

I Florida's allotment for flue- J. E. Denmark :Mr. and Mrs. William Everett I Other official. elected In November -

cured tobacco for 1949 stands. at Receives DegreeJ. Davis, of Ratford. a daughter but who do not have ,

1964)3) acre., or approximately Joan Gladys, born Dec. 27. I offices<<, In the courthouse, are

I five. percent" higher than the 1918 E. Denmark of Starke was Mr. and Mrs. Loran Stanley ,!I Clarence F. Khoden Justice' of

allotment, according<< to an announcement among 61 candidate' who received Baxlcy of Doctor's Inlet. a son Peace, District 1. and J. I... Sil-
this week by K s.1 I degree from Stetson. Universityat Harry Calvin born. Dec 29. Jrlri cox, Constable for Justice of

Dennis executive officer\ with the full commencement exercises Pease District 1.

"reduction & Marketing. Administration | Thursday. December 16. He received HF.TTY: ANN 1 IIKAVKKSMr >> ': ; Mr, Rhoden stated that for the

elk, office in Gain"'Mville. i the degree. of bachelor of and Mrs. O. G. Beavers of present. time he will have hU

Allotment. for most farms will science 75: Anderson St., St Augustine; office at hU home jut beyondthe

I I be about five percent morn than Denmark has majored In pre- announce the arrival of a daughter \ north city limits on the Jacksonville -

i 1\ 19-43 and the county opmmit- medical work at Stetson. and has Betty Ann.
to''". will" notify each farm operat been listed
r' c f his 1919! acreage allotment high\ scholarship He is a graduateof Mrs. Deavers was formerly Miss Kl, open a more centrally located

1) about 3O days Bradford County High School Mildred Birt of !Hampton r office In the near future
Florida's' 19-l allotted<< acreage and Is a member of Sigma Omega ,

yea 1\U 1HMS: acre social fraternity at Stetson. Daniel WatersDaniel
Wayne
I He Is the son of Mrs. I' S Tourist Club
ttk
F "a ;3 t 'f'" 'Stage Show Booked Denmark of Starke. \\'ayneVat..r", 10- -
-r-: oST .. jd.,
months-old of Mr. and Mrs\(
... .... irt i *'tr at For USO On Jan. 20A Council To MeetThe Leland L. Waters son of Starke died Tar .XsnevHor K.: \\' \II.IV'H winds. "I'| I the. uffalrs of the. Is ReorganizedA
.. '"> *r"" vnbrr >reM Jacksonville office lie held four terms.. prior lit. turning the* reins, user to Ills Nileci' -
Dec. 29 In a -
.e .. .- Nor ... ....cf... 4 i ..i aiia srltaeaoxlt stage show sponsored by City Council will meet Wednesday h08DI. tal. ..Mar, ( ii.v AndreUK.ivputy .

-w-=- ale wise ...... err .lace *>Mska.. .Mxp4 of 7O float*. American Legion Post M for the meeting of the Tourist Club
Tuesdiy night Jan. 11. The
.aaair fIv _it ...-. ina*. *. h..aia.. ..4 few National benefit of the High School Athletic regular Besides his parents he Is aur- wan held in the Chamber of Com.

N- .__- ..... -, .wr.taoai.n ea.a -. ties Ibis.sr.ae Department will be present last week Meeting because was of postponed the from vived by two brothers James and mecca office Tuesday night to .
: Inauguration
-
and his ,
grandparents
Map _i -. .wig ..... .....b 4 .,....,,. ,......' ..4 in the USO auditorium Thur.- ceremonies In Tallahassee. Ronald make plans for. the new season.
_..... sapC. -I--....." jUU4t __ ___..... ...._acIM .1 day. Jan. 2O at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Waters of r- Mrs Edward Charbonneau was I
Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. J.
The show will feature Uncle selected to serve as temporary I
NEW; RIVER WMU\ R. Johnson of Lulu.
Ott and his Florida Troubadour. chairman and committee
t.....f.as T tpf' P'CHC.OL' KUTEI: ESS : Funeral services were held Fri. f a con-
nd Included among the per The Quarterly Associations! sVj slating/ of Mrs. Charbonneau. K.
\
.5 qupm .rear .... 4 Mpw..saM.t M hbM. laatruetiua former will be The Happy Valley WMU meeting of the New River day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the ff L. Matthews, and Guy Andrews

...eanrrs itlr K f ...... t ..... p1rs.aue.. tr ..iib.ittagalraaae.Aa.r / Trio B. Bobby Ateheson. Tiny Baptist Association will be held grave In Elzey Chapel Cemetery was named to bring In nominations t

U ,.. .. I ., .. tlr.ty ..... Itf..eg dun PnutU Roger Moore, and Little Friday Jan. 14, at the Corinth Lake Butler. ins, rrP., at the next meeting for the ... '

N. s ..... ... _J.4 aaa..a ot e-. ........ .. Bradford. Jane Mlddlebrook. Baptist Church. Guest speaker will .v .4F'f a office of president and vlcli j presi
.New ___ i ........ ..... k.u 1k1..A.. tla- wet ta4eatda.. Following the chow a dance will be Mrs. E. J. Drlscoll of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. M D. Losey of 1 dent.

N. .-.4..- Asir .tors .rallma0 star. .... .... ,....-.. .. be held In the armory State Recording Secretary. Bemont N. Y. and Mr. Lo"ey'aIII"ter. It was decided, that the first

.ISr. ._ lll.Lui Mrs. M. Cltley of Corning program meeting of the year will

'..... ._T Il_ tittle t1w a bw.eumwlM st .... dos ti 4MMnrtPetrtaae. CALENDAR OF EVENTS N. V., are guests of Colonial Inn be held. in the Woman's Club
'for the winter. Mr. Losey. Is a
I building Tuesday night Jan. 11,
,
_..q. ara..9rtitsf...INartb"'isis retired superintendent of schoolsin
Wed.Rotary Club. Methodist Recreation Hall 12:15: p.m. Long Island N. Y. and his and the public Is Invited. It is

r 1 iA Jsa t N Wt'd1.lons Club. USO Building, 7:30: p. m. wife !Is a retired teacher of Eng I IIIl1h. especially desired that/ all tourists
Jan. 1O-Ma.>onic Lodge meeting club room. They were passing through and visitors In town as well as

a Old 'I 11 -t1t1iA stoles e0.rre Jan. 11-Touri.it Club meeting Woman's Club 7:30: p.m. Starke on their way to South i established residents, be presentfor

"'-. a g+w- 4anuuulawoao 1 Jan. 11-Am. Legion I'ost 56 meets in Lejrion Hall. 8 p.m. Florida but after spending one ; r this first meeting.Mrs. I

.E I- Jan. 11-Woodman Circle meets in WOW Hall, 7:30: p.m. night here and learning that Marian rrowe, executive '

_. .MM.Oi. Jan. 12-Woman's Club meeting; Club ]House 3:30: p.m. Starke had a Tourist Club and secretary of the Chamber of Com. I
.......
__ .l Jan. 13-Tub I. ".n.Ier. Training School. 7:30: p.m., St. Mark's shuffleboard courts they decidedto coerce urges. all tourists and visItors -
...... S tea I airisae. Parish! house! remain for the entire winter. in town to register at her
office the courthouse groundsso
: Jan. 13-Raptiflt! Brotherhood meets in Church 7:30: Sheriff and Jailor i. II. Rowe (at left) exchanges greeting on
lit wa iieolioo.m'.4 p.m. be notified of Tour-
an "iY I Miss Keen the .. they may
Carolyn spent whir 1(. V. Alvarez who took over Ids duties Tin nday. Mr. Itime

.. Artiar IL JlcRa. Jan. 16-Epjscopal Ch.. Epihany Candlelight Serv., 7:30: p.m. Christmas holiday with the C. L. hat \been associated with Sheriff Andrru throughout.. his. tenureof 1st/ Club of Interest.activities and other matters -
Stockwell family In Fustls. office.










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FRIDtV. U.Nt.R7.. 19)9
TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKK. FLORID .
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I along fine Lela Mae Carter ,was | Lewis last Sunday.J. key in entertaining were Shirley Recent DeedsRecent ASTHMA

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED scrubbing end going to put up A. Hall of Dublin, Ga. spent holster and other friends. deeds as recorded In
HillIly .....
Clay the Christmas tree. Just a year last week with his brother and Miss Eloutsa Dukea returned the County Court House: t.ck.Don DI lei 8ronht.1 MUlhlnt.Asthma.lnB.ruin neurrlnc deep end a,_

1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCft-EDiTOR ago her own dear mother died sister-in-law Rev. and Mrs. W. home Wednesday after spending anerer" Ithoul iryln, :- CC .'.hIhwork.
A.
J. T. Quigley to Wilbur this II.. blood a.eh
!
Lura Burgess Mohr Jan. 8. She cannot but help recall E. Hall. They left Monday to visita several days with her aunt and tuba slid lungs O.u.lly h.lp. n.,...bronrhld. ,
Published Every Friday and Entered ma Secoud tons, Nebr. with sadness. Mr. and Mrs. Farlle brother at Ft. Pierce who has uncle, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. Scott: lots 1 & 2 Blk. 16, Temples removt thleur their mucus. Thus YnvvlniJ'.

Chase Matter at the font Office at Starke, Fla. Austin spent Sunday evening with been 111 for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Lewis and addition to Starke In Sect. 28, coufftilnt....p. Oil and MEMDACO aids! heir from breathing drumtut. a.toiur>lu.iMUon .
them. They were all looking to Twp. 6 S. Range 22 E. M BXHMJT back |...r.n.......
Wherein I .nay a Prayer for the Mr. and Mrs. John Tilly of children of Jacksonville visited Wilbur A. Scott to J. P. Roberts,
the and tree at the Clay
MEMBER @ 1949 New Year and fold away the Hill program Church. Ilia Mae Johns has Ocala :were recent guests of Mr. here Sunday afternoon. lots 1 & :2 In Blk. 16. Temples

grief and sine of the old Year returned from her visit with, a and Mrs. Tommy Lewis. Mrs. B. H. Hardin of Jacksonville addition, In Sect. 28, Twp. 6 S,
Bhacrlptioa $3.80 Annually $140 For Six MonthsTHE with a promise to do better.I sister In Georgia. Lorene Padgett Misses! Genevieve and Agnes and Mrs. Carrie Ingram and Range 22 E.

Norman of Bushnell and Miss Hugh Ingram and son of Starke Mattie P. Oahagan Starke to'
how she to
writes
wonder If the old year :with happy was see
dim her. Letter from Mildred Padgett Lois Oateen of Lake Butler were were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hicks: lot 1 Blk. 48 of
eyes guests of Misses Gwendolyn and Paul Stewart and E. T. Stewart & Co.'s Sub- ,
all well and with Livingston, Truby
TELEGRAPH YOUNGER Gazea tonight on Its last sinkingsun says are happy
T1HN WE THOUGHT nice presents. Letter from Mrs. Shirley McRae Monday night. Saturday. Dlv.
Walter at Fla. Those who enjoyed Christmas Mrs. Rosa Plnholster has returned nffitmucAC
Lang Lutz They
With deep regret for what recorded -
With this issue the first. of the New Year 1949 we are making CARD OF THANKS
lies had a nice time Christmas. My day with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor. home after spending the
a change In the volume and serial numbers of the Telegraph. Al- We wish to thank each and
Those unkind things that you and brother In Miami went to visit man at Hellbronn Springs were holidays visiting in Jocksonville.
though few readers would note such a technicality without having I have done.I Mr, and.Mra. C. A, Cox and had Mr and Mrs. Homer Stems of She was accompanied home by everyone who was so kind to us
their attention called to It, we make this announcement as a matterof Jr. in the loss of our darling baby
know I failed to brighten Its a nice time. Mrs. Etta Fowlerof Tavares Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mat- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnholster,
record to prevent andy confusion that might arise! as a result of first days Hawthorne had a nice letter thews and daughter Martha of and children who are spending a Vernon Dale Griffia, and for the

this change in numbering. When winter winds were blowinghard from her son overseas on Christmas Lake City Tenn., Mr. and Mrs few days with her. beautiful flowers. Especially we

Our last issue of 1948 was labelled: "Volume Seventy-One, Num- and cold; day. She has ripe strawberries J. W. McRae and sons Arley and Mrs. Eva Harrell Yvonne Har- thank Dr. Adams and the nurll..slor

ber Eleven". The reader would naturally expect therefore that I should have tried In friendly too. She enjoys the poetryin James, Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae roll and Miss Lubedla Pinholster their kindnesses. May the

this Issue would be "Volume Seventy-One Number\ Twelve". How. little ways this column. Bless her and all and family Mr. and Mrs. E. C. were visiting Lee Galney in Jacksonville Lord's blessing be with you all. I

ever those who look closely at the masthead on the front page will To scatter gladness to both young you dear ones :who read this and Sapp and sons, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Sunday. Mr. Galney is -Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Criffls. y

find that the current issue is: "Volume Seventy. Number Twenty-, and old. may the New Year be kind to Crosby and family Mrs. Norman's very ill at this time and we wish
five." And when Spring came with you. Bring you peace of mind, parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- him a speedy recovery.Mr. When your horseshoe is

In other words, the Telegraph Is not quite as old as we had showers of joyful team happiness and prosperity.Here Rae Earl Alvarez and Mr. and and Mrs. E. A. Galney and BEFORE SELLING YOUR backed by en Accident

thought it :was. For some time we have suspected that Its date of The rain drops sang on growinghills are a few Helpful Hints.: Mrs. A. P. Hall and children of children and Mrs. Nancy Galney TIMBER or TIMBERLAND Policy in The Travelers!
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J.
,
and plain: To make an attractive salad use In Jacksonville Sunday.
establishment was 1879 rather than 1877 the date has been carriedon were SEE. WRITE or
My selfish heart dark with two colors of Jello red and L. Stephens and son. Kenneth,
grew
say
of Baldwin was
G. W. Baxter
our masthead for many years. We were reluctant to change the
of Orange Park, J. N. Stephensof CALL WINTON PARRISII
morbid fears green. Let them set In Ice cube friends and relatives here Charley E. Johns
number however until had reasonable doubt visiting
we proof beyond as Park and Mr. and Mrs.
Orange GIBSONP.
I .wondered when the sun would tray. Then arrange the coloredcubes last week. or L. P.
to which date Is correct. The of evidence to one day
preponderance now points shine again. on lettuce leaves. Cover Morgan Stephens and two little O. Box 235 Agency
1879 as the actual year establishment, and consequently we are O. how I wish the old years would yotir cold turkey or roast of meat sons of Starke. A long table was Donald Crews of High Springs Phone 3 Phone IS STARKK FIA.tepnMfitln .
changing our volume number with this Issue. renew. with a damp cloth before puttingIn spread at the noon hour with spent the weekend here. .

Our subscribers might be Interested In some of the evidence that And I could do all that I failed the refrigerator. Try gratingraw the turkey and everything that Mr. and Mrs.! Bob Long and LAWTEY, FLA.

we have uncovered as to the date of origin of the Telegraph.A to do. Irish potatoes and adding to /goes with it. Old friends and rela daughter of Columbus, Ga. have Would also like to lease .

year or so ago Mrs. Ruby John widow of the late Archibald Sllverlne Larson. the hamburger before you fry. Do tives had a great time together. returned home after. ftveek's/ stay turpentine timber.

Johns, brought to our office an issue of "The Florida Telegraph" : you have an old empty rouge Many presents were given out with relatives. .*TH_TRAVELERS. Hartford

dated Saturday October 25, 1879. This yellowed paper, crumblingwith I Tonight the old year passes box? Give it a coat of paint and from the beautiful Christmas tree Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and
out and a bright new year conies and everybody was made happy. children In Gainesville Mon
ribbon between the were
age was found by Mrs. Johns in an old trunk. It is considerablyolder In. Let not the put a narrow
us regret thingsof The young people enjoyed the
two halves. Pull It close to the
than of the bound files In the up
any now Telegraph's possessionand the old but try In this new day.E.
morning hours singing, with
Now it around
In Starke
hinge. put your T. Stewart was
Is numbered: Vol. 1, No. 14. This would Indicate that It was the year to do the many things that Gwendolyn McRae at the piano.
neck for a locket. Whoopee! Look business.
fourteenth Issue during the first year of publication of the Telegraph we failed In the last year. Noneof Monday on t 9 BUILDERS' HAR0WAJZB
pretty Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis spent
back 14 weeks from October 25 Is and A large crowd attended' the
and
counting 1879 we find that us perfect although we
Here is a Prayer for the NEW Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Watch Night services at the Bap- Flooring Skiing. Framing
the first issue! \ of this paper must have been laboriously pulled from fain would Improve on ,the old, I N. C. Mott of Brooker.
YEAR. It was written over 700 tist Church last Friday night.
the George Washington hand press on Saturday July 26, 1879. Therefore do not think we should grieve over Sash Doors Asbestos
St. Franciss of As- Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman
we will henceforth recognize this as the official birthday of things past. I shall struggle( on, years ago by We are glad to report that Mrs. 1 1a Shingles & Siding (Asphalt
the lust as each one of you who reads sat! Good to live by now. and son and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Vernon Edwards, Sr. is much .
Telegraph Sapp and children of Hetlbronn Shingles Steel Caseamts
We are Indebted to Jullen C. Yonge Director of the P. K. Yonge this. Catching a gleam of happiness Lord make me an Instrumentof were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs better. :
and hope from the small Brlck8&DdGravelCa'lUetai
Library of Florida History! at the University of Florida, for another things about bod has Thy pease Where' there In B. M. McRae Sunday.Mrs. . . . .
bit of evidence pointing to 1879 as the establishment date of the beauties me.of nature about spreadthe us hatred let me HOW love. "'hereth..re W. D. Miller and :Mr. and & Composition RoefhigMoulding

Telegraph. Knowing our interest In this matter Mr. Yonge kindly to enjoy. We have work to do, In Injury faith.pardon.Where Wherethere there Mrs. W. F Fender and son, David GrahamBy Screen Wire
lit mbt.'
made a search of old publications in the library for a possible men- and many people about us to all of Orlando and Mrs. Y. Sherwln-WlUiams
Is. Where there lidurknetm
tion of the establishment *f the Telegraph. He wan rewarded by enjoy. Like all other New Years despair| light.hfll. Where there Issadness A. Taylor and daughter Miss Mrs. JohnlcKJn..y! PAINTS -

discovering the following paragraph on the editorial page of the Eves I shall say a prayer to our Joy. O, Divine Master" Shirley Denmark, of Tampa, spent a '. Paint Your House & FAIRBANKSMORSEHOME !
Tallahassee Floridian. for July 29. 1879: Bather that I life In His part of the Christmas holidays
put my and
grant that I may not seek nomurh Mr. Mrs. John McKinneywere Pay By The Month WATER SYSTEMS!
"THE FLORIDA TELEGRAPH" hands. He has led me afar to with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender
to tx consoled an to conmtle.To visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
"The above IH the name of a paper published at Htarke Florida strange pastures, which I always be. understood aft to umlrr-. and family. Roberts Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
and wonted.. W. Moore the number. of which find Interesting. At noon whileI Mrs. R. L. Batten and Al-
byV. first Is before us. stand; to be loved a* to love) for sons Alice Starling and daughter
SUPPLIES
A. to typography It Is a marvel ne tress, while ait to IU. editorial was washing dishes I suddenly It N In the giving that we rereUe, bert and Charles and their children Catherine, were visiting rela- STARKE BUILDERS

management, the fact that OoJ. Moore, who IN an old, and evperl- began to sing the old song" Have It ls In pardoning that we are all of Theresas were visiting tives In High Springs Sunday Phone <45< Acress From S. A. L. Depot Delivery Service

wool newspaper writer Is its editor Is .sufficient to warrant an faith In God, the sun will shine pardoned, and It lit In'dying that relatives here Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Duddy Hines of

able management.' In salutatory, the editor says 'With the ex Tho dark clouds may be today. \\'e are bora to Eternal!:" Life. noon.Arthur Jacksonville spent the weekend
His heart hath planned path McRae and parents
perience- the past and the outlook of the future, and entering' an your AMRN.: here .with relatives.
and mine. Have faith In God. Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae, were
we trust permanently or for a long tine Into newspaper life we Year Earl Starling of Gainesvillewas
Have faith always". So let us enter the New dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
deem It our duty to espouse. the cause of the National Democratic 'This hymn has many a time with a prayer and a desire to let Robert Taylor of Jacksonville the weekend guest of his

Party and the prospective nominations. of that party an more conducive soothed a thorny path for me. love and peace abide In our Wednesday of last week. mother Mrs. Kate Starling.

) to the Interests of all sections of the country than any other So In this New Year let us have icarts. God bless you and keep Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Andreu of Leonard McKinney and L. D.

course. We hall endeavor however so to conduct the Telegraph Tore faith and trust. Less think you every one, Happy New Year Panama City spent Christmas Day Graham of Holly Hill recently 4w

as to allay rather than footer bitter political strife and will practice ing of what we most desire but again. Love-LURA with Mr and Mrs Arthur Mc- visited Mr. and Mrs. John McKin- .

that tolerance. towards) political opponents which we regard as what God will*. I took some of my Rae.
.. ney.Mrs.
one of the essential of the conservatism. which Is the synonym of Christmas money and ordered a Edward Broughton attended N
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Bible student church services at Hampton
true Democracy. new from a young Pine Level

We are proud to say that as far as we know the Telegraph has minister It Is one of those new New RiverAND Sunday.

never departed from these principles so :well expressed by Col. MooreIn Analytical Bibles edited by the By,. Mrs. '. M. McRae.. Jake Starling of Clearwater
the very first Issue. 1 late Dr. James R. Kaye. 'It will S.. : es: : was here Saturday on business
LONG BRIDGE 1
Clarence Melton of Starke
have of and
In perusing our old files, we find that the establishment date of a course questions A.
all sorts of helps In aid to under- We are glad to have our pastor !!- By Mrs. E. SappMr. preached at the Baptist Church! u
carried the masthead for
1879 was on until some reason, now forgotten
standing the Bible. I ordered the Rev. W. E. Hall, back with Sunday morning and evening.
!! by all persons still living who were actively connected with real leather and I .want \ and Mre. S.. E. Wester of
binding us and able to preach the Tfr
the paper at that time, It was changed to 1877 In the month of May that book to aid me on my road Year sermon last Sunday after Lake City were visiting Mr. Wcst-

1927. Perhaps something at that time gave the then editor sufficient toward the sunset. I shall feel several weeks' illness. We had er's slater Mrs. Ira Merritt Sun .-r .

reason to believe that the paper was born two years earlier thanit that Our Savior's hand Is In mine 210 In the Sunday School classes. day afternoon.Mr. .- t. 1..

actually was and this date has been carried, without question as I clone tired old eyes and fold Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae and and Mrs. Pledger Johns PICKPOINT

up to the present time. However we now feel that the conclusive the work worn hands of those Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bridges of and Children were in High \ \

I evidence in favor of the 1879 date Is sufficient to warrant its official who have paused over on the Starke, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- Springs calling on Mrs. T. M. i No matter how you like to

adoption. other side. With His help I can man and son Gerald and Mr. and Crawford Saturday. write. Eftterbrook!: him the point

The Volume number of a publication Is always one ahead of Its carry on. I hope to read and read I Mrs. E. C. Snpp and sons Rudy Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp visited in to suit your taste!Ii'T
Mr. and Mrs.
Dempsey Sapp
actual age In years. For Instance, from the time It was born on my new Bible until I become a and Jo Allen of Hellbronn were Gainesville :

July 28, 1879 the Telegraph carried the number. of Vol. 1 until it part of the Great Guide. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc and Saturday.Mr. Mrs. S. H. Kelley of A MESSAGE TO MOTHERSLet

completed Its first year of publication on the third Saturday In July, Thus \life flows on. In the even- Rae Sunday afternoon. Ralford visited Mr. and Mrs. Jay 221" d.ee SAI6;

1840 when it was one year old and entered upon Its second year'of Ings we eat popcorn, seasoned!! Robert Hull and children of Moody last Saturday.Mrs. flowers express your congratulationsto

publication, carrying the number of Vol. 2. Therefore while we are with bacon frylngs and salt. I Wewonnet attended church services Julia Johns went to see the new mother. A cheerful, dewey

now on Volume 7,0 the Telegraph will not have completed Its 70th full like an apple or an orange. We here Sunday and were dinner her mother Mrs. Mary WhiteheadIn +21$4 w.Ie. fresh bouquet at her bedside bespeaks
listen to the radio and I oft of Mr. and Mrs. R.
play
guests
year of publication (I.e. will be 70 years old) until the third weekIn Raiford Tuesday. Mrs. Whitehead your good will more eloquently than
solitaire Yes life Is and We
quiet R. Crosby and family. are
but is
July 1949.>> has been sick feeling of
reams writing
glad to hear that Mrs. Hall la ( can possibly do. We
While making our search of the old files we discovered that the good.Clay some better now. arrange floral gifts of lingering loveliness
back home after
Hill has been basking In again spending i Mr. and Mrs. Dick! Carrol of 2412 Era Sear
name of the paper was changed from The Florida Telegraph to The the December sun. Strawberriesare several months in the hORpltal.I I Jacksonville were dinner guests so beautiful so colorful and so

Starke' Telegraph with the Issue of Jan. 15, 1887. It became The ripe. They had a nice program Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson and of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Merritt iI =HI exhilarating f"r any bedside. See them

Bradford County Telegraph with the Issue of Apr. 13 1888 and has at the school Mr. Maxwell, the niece Miss Elnora Jones, and Mr. Sunday. today.
remained since. Mrs. Arthur Sheece all of 2961I.......,.
so ever Principal gave his children three and Miss Cosette Sapp of Jackson-
The old files of the Telegraph are now stored In the P. K. Yongo pencils and a pen. They had such Oxford, Ind. spent part of the ville spent a few days with her COLONIAL'
...::.iJ. FLORIST
Ufetorical Library at the University of Florida where the oldest \ good time Dorothy Manning holidays with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. parents Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp

Ituiiies are being microfilmed. write! The boys working on the McRae. While here they visited Oils week. 2661 4e.ld..rt,

Aa our files are Incomplete for some years we are Interested In new bridge love their boss, Mr. points of Interest In the state. Miss Camilla Jane Moody visIted PHONE 218

obtaining old copies of tile Telegraph with publication dates priorto Hood. He took them all to Gaines lived Mr. and here Mrs. Wilson the and time Elnora Mr. her grandmother Mrs. Ada ;"Ii.11 Mr*. Chan, Schmllt Nona St., Starke2V'
vllle for << during
a big barbecue dinner. week.
1900. If anyone baa such papers in his or her possession, or discovers Kelly In Ralford last '
That made them happy. Luella Wilson was stationed at CampBlandlnR' that Mrs. 1$55 .f .5 w'--r 1.
them In old trunks or other places, we will be glad' to pay Sorry to report Mary
have friends! _._
Austin and Dorothy Manning They many Snowden is sick this week. We -- ---- -- -
ban us price.for them if brought to our office. who to them. ,1:1!::
helped Mrs. Falrcloth gath..rgret'ns are always glad see wish her a speedy recovery. :

for the market. They Mr. and Mrs. Jack Knight and Large crowds are attending the 10 /J-4" '"'jpryI '
stopped to see Elgin Lang and MHS| Minnie Stephens of Ocala revival at Long Bridge each

jIIIOH.CI.q.; Undo Llsh. They were getting were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bobby night. The meeting will continueon 'hamr

ffoc. .L-, -- thru next week. Everyone Is

-:. e Invited to come.


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On Tuesday Dec. 28 from 2 .
Save 25c For Your
--- Pay until 5 o'clock Mm. T. W. Markey of your
entertained the Junior Girls with

T a bingo party In honor of Eloulse clothes
Classified Ads In AdvanceIn Dukes of Dukes. Several roundsof

bingo :were played and othergames

enjoyed. Refreshments of S MOMIEKEO POINTS ,, Make it a habit to check
order to .simplify our bookkeeping a* much an possible, we sandwiches cookies, and cold 1 i your wardrobe for regular
with t.. hate all rlawlfleti. xlvortlxlng. paid In alliance before drinks were served. Those enjoy
Into. of publication "'e find that the expense of charging and ing the party with Miss Dukes cleaning. We'll remove
trilling then small Item In too great In proportion to the were Jackie Green, Billy Ann J6kJzook.INIWr01Nr spots and dirt skill-
amount of revenue" received from them. Rues, Marcia Kay Hazen Catherine fully without the slight

Therefore, we nail It necessary to make an aMilitlnnal. charge' and Carolyn Hodge Jackie ,ou"r", HH t'r '''est injury to the mate

of 23c on each rlawlfleil ad that In not pnM. for In ailianre.ThU Barry Shirley Parker Mary I k. _-.a? rial'ou.1I be both
All American. 1966? extra charge does not apply to our < ntnwt Ailierlhtrr. Frances Hazen. and Shirley Nell You'll say It's UMInj > 1B'Af.-wrt.! -"- pleased and proud t o

an classifieds ran .be Included in their regular billing. and Anette Green. A highlight of ( pen you ever lined and I \ .1 : wear them after OUR
Straight strong bodies and sound teeth the afternoon was having a group this !I. all you pay ;
depend on milk's health-giving qualities.Gustafson's If you find It necessary to "phone In" a ('rlaMlftal. drop bv nail picture made. Assisting Mrs. Mara i care Call us today for
pay for It before publication date In order to nave yotirs..If this HOLDER. 1.40 pick-up ser\ice.
!'! milk is rich with vitamins ke yln entertaining were Shirley .wt
diiltloual :2JV5 chance.! The person to whom )ou give' the ad
minerals, calcium and protein. It is the Mill he glad to tell you the cast and you ran mall or bring Nell and Ann.tte Green. Choice Of Point .35

drink of future champions. Order yours yuur remittance' to our office before publication date Mlaa Marie Green and little ----- ,
Tommie Green o( Gainesville w revisiting
today.TELEPIIONE. TOTAL 1.75
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATE friends here Monday.Mrs. .
:p.(. F. Wiggins and little PHONE 135
GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT If bend or break a point,
FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S Minimum charge: I5c (covers up to 25 words). Addi nephew of New River spent Men.BACKACHE- or you wish to change point> for I I ROBT. 31S

tional words 3c each.BRADFORD any other reason just unscrew I 011 .<<
the old one" anti get s new one : GREEN, Temple
DAIRY from us for only 35c. !

COUNTY TELEGRAPH ... per amfiwltns .... far -M>4.n't Owner Ate.
."**- Pain. CtaUlnsj C. Hl."... Mroo Bradford I :
PIIONE 2312 .lou4? '- lmt Un tee run. County
Into* utfM ..,... sad. ....aI.. cnklM du
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. 1949 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORID
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IN LONDON NAVY RKCRV1TKK: : IIKRK: : fore 1949 Is

William D. Scogglna chief quartermaster L. P. Cain. Machinist :Mate!; Model Broiler Plant Pays Good Dividends ,' have:Metal never p-lcen been over are higher.high.And Sfeny the

USN. son of Mrs. Mary Chief Recruiter! front the Navy I r
most
j important ones are scarce
office In Jacksonville,
I* Scoggins Route 1, Starke, announces Recruiting that applications are I It colored preacher are af I itoei., copper, lead zinc, tin, aluminum -
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spent the Christmas In chicken tradition '," So Mist
holidays being accepted for firm, and re- fond of as say the maker of every

London where ha Is attached to enlistments In the U S. Navy also they are then a "pahsl n's" Idea J pi'iiiuct you use that has metal!
of Heaven on earth might be one I i't: rrny have trouble holding hisprlcr
headquarters. A wealth of Christmas for the V-8 Inactive Reserve. !
of the oblong; buildings In which i line
cheer was! accorded to 100 Chief Cain will be in the Post
Laurie (Pete) Alderman now aa'taq' .
[ Your' ear costs
needy British children the Office building In Staike each Fri. you more than Itj
by U.S. houses 2.000 baby chicks ana 1, would if had,
Naval Forces Eastern Atlanticand day from 10 .\. M. until 2 P. M. I 950/ broilers. I j sago! And you If you're bought waiting It a year toP
Mediterranean Interested are urged to see
with men
a movie
Pete a disabled veteran ol \ i that new model next be
i year prpared -
and party In the cafeteria dining him there during those hours.
room of the World War 11, has gone into the I to pay still more for ''I
American Embassyand "Start the New Year with a Job
i Hut lined car\ prices have softened
Chief chicken business on a big scale
Scoggins participated with a future with the United I|
r recently In .
many places.I
In the festivities. I States Navy," Chief Cain says. and his "broiler plant", locatedIn
the railroads get their re-
I
some government surplus I
1
1 quested 13 per cent freight rate
buildings at the former Keystone
j Increase, on top of the hike they
Army Air Field, is paying offend ,
"ANNIS iT s I made. In 1948 the cost of moving:
well it might, for Pete has
I food and! other products from
'
things Sown to a system. Thereis
origin to door will be .
nothing haphazard about his your a little

CONCRETE BLOCKSReady assembly line method of turninga t higher either bolstering commodity -

:\111: Concrete Ilullderi Hardware baby chick into a 3 1-2 lb. broiler prices of pushing them up.

Mottt Everything To Build, Repair or Remodel at the end of 11 weeks. And If I Pa.itioiiger fares, went up In 1948.

you don't believe his methods aro Commuters 1 jmy more to ride the
ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES. Inc. successful, just look at the Nr R
percentage : raIN to work in some places ant,

103U-10I8. Main Street South I of livability in his flocks] other Increase ,requests are pending

Phone One lot came through 100 pet Him and subway fares ..
211 218 OAINKSV1LLE: P. O. Box 63 were *.I
cent another with 90 3-" percent, hiked during. the year In sonmIfowever.

a third with 91.1 percent and theffW(4mem I Tuo \le\\ of IVt.- Alilernian'N modi. I "broiler plain", ur. .shown here. In :tae cl tie,.

picture almxe thin. furmlnrlrrnn IN ......n feeding MOIMI of til* baby l : '': clilcli! from a furniture has mo tat|
ovo Into u buyer's market So
bin which ul|U'rat4-H conveniently ,oil an ..\.hrll.1. i l truck.t right, Al:li-rimin It pictured 4sd have radios home appliances and

with Home, ur 111* broilers which arc almiiht reiidj fur the. nllnl...I. He- Is n ", ,'mh'r of. I'I'of liadgel High production costs

S the IiiMtltutlonul\ The Farm Training <'l 11'*tt (....\lhll't'.111I tills county liy <'. I.. Curry may limit price cuts but fr n
now <>n tho mlosman, will be tier
I
1' __ .- you rather] than your trying tu
- -
get on a dealer's list
worst he's ever experienced wan K.M'KKIMK.N'IS; : ; IMl\\rK: pine, or so badly misused that
I 83.0 percent on ono lot that was THAT. I.OVM.V i' ('IU'n 0 \Ii1. ivplantlnglth pine would !surely., Living Cost Decline Food -tho most Immediate and

victimized: by intestinal disorders. :\ .\\ lit: IIOON TO ST.1TEExperiments fail can now be manngiul for Predicted For '49 pressing, part of the little mans

Pete was In the broiler business conducted by Nee' scrub oak production until such I family budget Is cheaper than It

T:1 LCO for several years on a smaller I Engineering and l Industrial Experiment time aa the soil has Improved The man with, the small pocketbook was clown moro than four per cent

scale but he saw his chance Station at the tlnlvpp! mifflrlently to make replantingwith should l find It easier In 1I9!) I from the record, July peak, and,
back In October pine succesHful to make. emit meet.The .
i; SCRATCH FEED to expand when slty of Florida Indicate that the most ohsrrvors. think It will bo-
YOU'LLFlNlSBIG
1917, he accepted employmentas scrub oak which abounds In till. 1>!J'nUrul :Supply (>r 'i'ii nulit | cost of keeping himself
corn even cheaper the
100 lb. I.I0-2i: lb. 1.01 caretaker government/ pro. section of Florida' mny prove to And that large IIr 1or In mlvvhkh allv0 Hhould 1 be a Ulllu lers.. The as year
perty at the Inactive airfield or. little man's problem will be to goes on. However food Is Hill! at
be ono of the boons to
jrrcntrst Is of Hiirh type that only
r 1111'i' VALUES Crystal Lake between Staikc and the industrial future of the Stuto. ( keep his take-home 1 pay as high least two per cent higher than a

TA1.C0 I Keystone Heights. Realizing: that scrub nicks can /grow: upon It us III til!18. year' ago.Deer .
'I'
DrV.. J. '
Nolim Is In
+ he would have a lot of Idle time I h.llj{; / now holds piomlHe. "I'( mincing, I[ If the little man can't notice
the
of where the
laboratory ( -
cipprlmonts
'' I LAYING MASH i on his hands, Pete sought and ::1 tree which will have much '
; Q have, been going on and crop an change yet In the utratouphcili Season Ends t
obtained permission to use three annual cash value These binc- : runt of living he should:
he Is assisted' .1 by George D Illll'i!
100 lt .1.37; 25: Ib. 1.17' 'long, narrow buildings for his I fits to Florida landowners' .. ore turn for
>. Jr., C.V.. Hothrock, and R. L. reassurance to the statistician Florida'(& 1918-4!) door hunting
broiler plant. Marvin substantial In their own right/: .. and l to his wife. lesson ended at minuet Wednesday.

On Oct. 28, 1017 he bought his In the And of real Importance too a.i: I His wife can tell him that she .
discussing ; ,
first lot of 2000 baby vhlcks. po..lblJtI"sof lolls IIU t i H.SHI'S, would lie the BPcuiing -
i'nib. oak. It was pointed out gets a little* more for her dollar State' Game and, Fresh Water
r On Jan. 11. 1018 11 weeks later of vegetable tannin In
x: he sold 1003 broilers averaging that the proper place for him) the quanlty di-mnmli-d by the Na- at the grocery store than she did. Fish Commission ottlt.ltll reported .

.. 3.26 pounds each, for a total gross wood! Is In the quality paper tion's heavy leather Industry.Not It year ago, that many clothing I the"season w'a "generally up
.. .. : Industry. In the manufacture (it to par although there was bad,
of .$2,547.07 On this lot Pete fig to be oV"I'lu"k..1 Is the con. Items are either cheaper or better
book bonds, ledgers, and hunting weather In some sections
papers
: t -e.... ures he made a profit of trlbution act oh oak utilization quality for the money and that
..:."'. .. + '. ."'.' w. ,. He has never done as well 611.IH'1 tissues all of which lire high would mike to the goal of proper there. arc few things she wants to of Florida.Mission .
quality papers commanding high : Director Pen
t but his average gross management: of the forests of the buy that aren't In goad supply atla C. Morgan

CHEESE 6 lots Is $461.41, and his lowest prices. I country Hut perhaps of greatest I "t She can shop around. And reported the Illegal/: killing of doe

ANN PAGE FOODS: profit on an 11-weeks' productionwas These papers have chiefly been importance to Florida, is t the posrlbllity i: the old-fnslilon bargain sale In doer was "far below laxt season"

$235.01. made In the North of northern- of fHtabllHhlng tho fine back In style The duck goose and.l coot huntIng -

Mel-O-Bit SWISS, 2 the 1.17 Every five weeks since his produced pulpa. lint there Is nn I paper Industry In this State. Tho. I The slide. -ntle boys will tell him neaaoii ends Saturday hove

'MAYONNAISE: :' starting date Pete has purchased reason why they cnn't he mad tremendous success of the ki'aft that atmottt every Index they keep may be shot until January 31f
In the South of
Mel-O-Bit American 2 lb. 1.07 pint 21c 2,000 baby chicks, and approxi- miutheinpioiluuedpulpa paper Industry In the Bouth la''Iw'll commodity' I'I"'e."' consumer,
Pint 39c jar and
jar, ; at a cost which run I known to all. The ..
sells favorable -
mately every 11 weeks he sumo wholesale price food. cost of living -
well with that of the
I them off Thus, use of his three compete factors which are applicable has been falling recently \.11TOIUOIULE
,
Mel-O-Bit Pimento, 2 lb. 1.07 SALAD DRESSING pint 29c buildings Is rotated one of them I northern-produced papers. to krubt manufacturer worn The downward trends. are expectedto Mill.ITY INSI'IIA.NCR! !
Pulp ('an l>i Gaud Job
being, subjected to a thorough > to apply equally to fine paper conIIinn for a while They Although not rompiilftnriy It I*

cleaning anti airing while the "Quality papers are traditionallymade munnfuctuie Inilicullng that thn dwagreu as la how sleep the nlopo.
!'i I much .safer to IJabllltyInsurance.
KratJ VELVEETA ft. 29c carry
SALAD DRESSING 49c from mixture of entire Northern, fine Industry ?
quart, other two are In use a Varying paper / Bureau
The of Luhor Statisticsfigures I represent only ol.1Iliac
percentages of long fiberec would of necessity move
-
Pete comes by his love of I /\ the! cost of living all about liable stock companies.
.' bleached culphlta pulp and short- South In order to meet the ('hili.lengl'
Kraft AMERICAN, /* ft. 29c KETCHUP . 19cSIIOIITENINO chC"I! -*! '''urally being i 172: per cent of the 1033-39: average Your' buHlntfi* will be appreci
flbi-red bleached soda
The
the Gus Altlt>rms" >f Mel- pulp. '
Jon 01
.
Thl Is a drop of :2 ].2 percent ated.
.... .. I jr. h'. "''in" '"1r' i the Business sulphite pulps give strength to The wood utIIUatlon laboratory since August I
:;::.;: : ,:o.t: :> "'.'." ..-:0.' ... A .... : smaller scale for In the paper while the sOIl I pulpImparts of the Engineering and Industtl- 120 W. Call StreetOpposite
,".',<.. .. .... .:. ". ... : : on a years
'? '.JI <. 'fIlg the desired. of I (Hut don't Ret too opllmlstlrI Bradford ('u. Telegraph
: ... 'Y' -av. ;# ,I April 1017 Pete entered Tnstltu7 fiimll'lea 111 1 Experiment Station\ here at

d e x d ..','0( ,.. .N' vt'3 ".':: ". n. : ..< .. . .ai..ing In bulkiness, finish, opaqueness and the University of Florid. Is prepared I I A Many things agolh.cost ilLS more Index now Is than still rii.in.t ISt!
year
,.:.. the class conducted In Starke by pilntubillty. to continue as a leader,! N. i\\ainwriirht.. Jr.
i 44 l cent higher than A
per year
ft. 99c C. L. Curry. Through his SIJcclIa.at "Southern krnft pulp can readily In the field with a virtually completed w
BUY RIGHT BUY'SunerRiW least one other veteran In the be made which will easily blench machine layout prepared' : ago; sll,1 I sumo of the things rata --

class, Francis Meng of Hampton, and I I his pulp can do Its job as to "let the chips ( crub oak I fall nee ate likely to go higher still. I -

Meats well as can sulphite And authoil- whore they. may" In the future Rents have' risen In HOme places, '
has Into the broiler business.
IONA FLOUR U gone feel certain that the south- of i Florida's' pulp. and pnper In- mid, may be allowed. to go up'Ih..re 6 MONTHS SUPPLY
Like Alderman, Meng has five //II..S hardwoods, the scrub oaks dustry. and, there, across the country ,
2 lb. 16c 5 Ib.. 33c Florida. Dressed. and Drawn '
-
brooders with of 450:; You
a capacity among them can be pulped to are not likely to see them
FRYERS ft. . 67c ,r bleachable which There seems no limit to thisamazing down. I COSTS USS$ THAN A WOODEN PENCIl(
25; Ib.. 1.19 chicks each. He started November produce a pulp and revolutionary dovolopment go
cliitks. cnn take the place of the soda I Nor are apt to he able to
1 with 2,500/ bnt-y : for which full credit be- you

Pork SAUSAGE, ft. roll 43c Aldermen! !c:; proud of his set-up pulp. (mugs to the laboratory research. hinl.I n bourn In 1911)) ranch cheap-

While House :MILK[ : Considered economically, the under the direction\ of Or W. J. ed than you can now. Yet In taass.Bradford
\\eKti-rn. Loin, End Cut lb. and well mIght; he be. The three I bleached kraft pulp made from there houses
Nolan his chief assistant HillH; some" places are now
3 TALL CANS FOIl 39c PORK ROAST or CHOPS 39c I buildings! hotisl.Tr the chickens! ''thp pines should be able to romi lothrock and Marvin. standing empty and, waiting with .

are kept spotles.dy clean-"Clean i pete favorably with noithernspruce fancy price 'tags' on thorn. And I Iluniher TOP IElD

Smoked Picnic HAMS, ft . 45c er than my bachelor quarters", sulphite pulp, and bleached Commissioners p.II'hllve. dropped 13: tl2i'i
chnrt-fibered pulps from 'southein -
Bright Sail IJLEACH per" cent at laleTelephone .
he say jokingly. Automatic control hardwoods should be able

Quart He. Sunnyfield SLICED BACON, tai. 69c Is provided, by tlninr devicesfor be produced more cheaply than to Have Final Meeting electric| lUht and gas'' mOTHER,
Before rates went up In 10IH In sonicpluc'w
lighting heating and water the northern soda pulps."Consequertlv. Reorganizing
Gold Coin SLICED BACON lb. 63c ," Hills said "Tht> There are plan underwa BLACKER'STRONGER'' '
needed The floor cf each
supply The Hoard of County Commie > to raise, 111"11In itlll others
E L South should bo able to produce, '
C"Y 'Super Right" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF building Is covered with clean, high-quality, high-priced papersat sloiiern of llradford, County niftin I Home fuel oil and' gamiUmpili

Giant Size (Esc : sweet-smelling wood chips, and. a lower rout than Is posnlble' the courthouse Monday'' for Its -cs tended upward In 1UIS but

Sirloin Steak, "IU.'- . 87; partitions hinged from II.a cell : In the North It l is. thin fine paper final meeting before the renrganzatlon lilt supply of petroleum In workIng Bradford County

Chuck Roast, lb. 63c ing, may be raised to facilitateleaning production, which it the key to of the new Hoard oil Wed- into balance with demand and Telegraph
DAILY DOG; FOOD i' successful: utilization: of scrub ne.lay., them are plentiful signs that many
Fresh Ground Beef, ft. 49c operation Jo'j! la con oak, for large tonnages would Dr. A. Y. Covlngton director, oil\ products may he cheaper be I

Regular & Fish Flavor veyed by bins which operate b< used annually In making these (if the County Health. Department"

Quick Frozen WHITING FILLETS lb. 27c easily along tracks running the Imported on the condltlmi of Jamie
quality pnpers
3 FOR 25c; length of the three Icng buildings.
/'Ic'rlllo"rt> I'N-ntlfiil. Cecil Watkins. on 8-year-old. buy I : A:'

Quick Frozen RED PERCH Ib . 33c they With are the putting moderr Into methods practice that lie Went on to say that In the who It In need of 11 t"II..lh'c'"myIt R B ALVAREZ & SOIL TSSSa <: : co.ss < D Df

southern region there lire over wan unanimously agreed to
DAILY DOG FOOD these members of the '
Md. Extra Standard young 100 million acres where low grade, Bill hoi Iza the operation, at a total ;
2 lb. Kibbled\: Biscuit 29c OYSTERS. pint, 83c farming veterans class are set hardwoods urn sufficiently abunJ.ant east of .7:). I' operate toast
ting the puce in the new era of
'/. poultry raising In this area. to Interfere Seriously! with A loiter wa. received from .J'I f e M.VARF2 boos I a long I ll'tiuMOtMG
: d the u.0 of the land; and thescrub Jlover Taylor member of th a..u,r

.7, ::.,: r- ...;. WI oaks constitute the major State Road; Department relative/ I I uil>l>liere In ('.**.

".rif <. >.;, ..'''' ,. ... :.I .>, portion of these trees. One of the tu the location: of State Head 23."i Q)rr j '
.. Arlhrifis Pain t\< KIJ.KNT't1 :
rti
.0.. wood utilization Industry's Urgent In this foimty Mr. Taylor staled '/J *

ee.e .qt f corporations has proved to that the local. Ion of :
description or
SroltltE
.. Plus Flavor For quick 4SII5hetail comMrtlnc help for
,.c. ache .jid p.U* of u;>.....*....._ A*.hrltU.NmrJti 1U satisfaction that there .Is In Bald, road north of New River ref lar-'l -
VEGETABLES 1 aa ewe .\1' *.f urnbmro. !Ie''.'V.. e-e'ruTab Iq .
sufficient
.. .. Florldn and South Georgia In the resolution adopted by the % "'
FRUITS .O..EE ..m>n<..Work. "' .h the Moo. P't: .t 4oM
: ,r" ; .. ... scrub oak which can bn
i' iMuvily stand .u..It.nll p in Mu ea.a1) hoard: on Nov. Irt, wan not clear i
'_, tnoy td..oJ..ree. ...u.. .u..ur..bl'. cut both now and on n minUiln.....l Agents!' For fl&Bl
'' -:;- .. and he requested that a new I
.. {'; :MILD & :\IEI.LOWEIGHT art mltt4 aft drufflsl' today Quick' eora-
) plus MtlafMtioa money back|Uftrant..dvSTUART'S yield, to support one 400-ton short- I resolution clearing up the cltiiu- DeIcherBros.
Oranges, 8 ft. bag US 2. 19c (i'( fiber pulp mill; other authorities tlon be adopted.The AVf us first!

O'CLOCK believe perhaps two such/ mills matter was laid over to I j
r
GRAPEFRUIT 10 ft bag 29c 0-tJU. tI .. .....r-: .h: .... '. can be easily supported. And the when ,
: -- Wednesday, Jan. 0, the new
1 Ib.. 0c :3 Ib., 1.15 -\7-;\ ,..r r.\\ Idea Is that these new industries I .
.. Board will meet.The .
fj- .
can and should b< developed In
I
RICH &: FULL-BODIED r:7"', .;"" Hoard decided not to take
APPLES Wash. Winesans 21b. 29c ; 'tipy the State of Florida. 1

Red Circle, 3 lb. 1.27 I t J:4; rr t ){ills stressed that engineering out an active membership In the

11Utri(1T- research/ has and will continueto Suwannee Hlver Developm..nlAuuclaUon Are You Getting Full Benefit

LETTUCE, Iceburg 60's, 2 for 2Jcl ViGOROU4 k \\I.\KY .. aid and assist Jo1orld,,'_ !Industries duo to the fact that i
thin County i tll 110 far removed I'I''e
I Bckar 3 tb. 1.35 both those already established
and future one*. The from those counties which are ''. .

Cauliflower Tex. Snoball each)) 23c ION PORK & BEANS ':\\t'o'; .;, I benefits of thin work should accrue adjacent to the Suwsnnee River of your F M RADIO?

"' ( h ".: 1):1: to Florld.i and not be allowedto anti are directly affected by con
22 o?. can. 2 for _...cIONA
Into the hands of ditluns' peculiar to that part or
+tulIYJs1. !!'!!,q., r pass soyie
CARROTS, Texas 2 bunches for 15c ",: tttux,; -. neighboring state the State.A .
: POrIBI: ;,\ :; "' '.. (
f! ,...... The story of the scrub oak, a resolution was unanimously
16,02. cans. 3 for 25c ort of Cinderella-like saga nfth adopted commending Htate Road No Noise! No Fading!

cHow ONIONS /a- w 17r COCA .CO I. A Industrial laboratory, will\ Department. Chairman f. Elgin
!i I have many brilliant chapters a* tlayless for "his faithful services
Case of :21 1 hollies!' 89c! I time goon on provided there Is rendered to the State of Florida+ LET US INSTALLAN

Idaho! Baking Potatoes large sz.. 5 K>. 29c (Plus! deposit) ( enough foresight and application I during hi.* tonture of office"A FM ANTENNA

1 made by persons In a positionto petition signed by 31 citizens

LUX SOAP, reg. sz., 2 for 17c ;, f university carry out laboratory the findings and of the the of pointment Hampton of Earl requesting Van AUtlne the ap-at Only $14.50 Installed


SWAN SOAP, reg. bar 3 for 28c \ ,) \) skilled Owners leaders.have the hope of clear- deputy sheriff was presented to

SWAN SOAP, large bars, 15c i\ i \Or\ CYCLE SHOP Ing their lands of scrub oak. the Reddish, Board.was Informed Sheriff-elect of the P.petition D.

at a profit and then being able to
\ CHARLES C. SHEPHERDCourt
2 for 17c \J ordered flied.
LIFEBOUY. and It was
reg., \\1 I Temple A\e. I 18th St.SUrht re-plant In sorely-needed pine.

SPRY: 1 Ib. 3&; 3 lb. 1.07 Honda Heretofore the cost of clear-cut Regular and routine bills were
I ting these oaks prohibited such approved for payment before the & Madison Sts.

I I moves. Even lands so stripped Board adjourned sine die.
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the holidays Tommy la stationed courthouse Monday morning with' Supply, while Guy Andrews has I with their old duties Incidentally

N Birthday Party I Date AnnouncedFor at the Naval base, New almost every office changing its taken up quarters In the Tax I Dr. A. Y. had better use

SOCIETY and CLUBSOffice Mrs. Ewell. Lawson entertained Caldwell-Yawn London, Conn. Also hear that personnel to a greater or lesser, Assessor's office I some of those remedies he ls handIng -

j Friday afternoon of last week ata Wedding Ceremony Marian Is transferring from FSUto degree The retiring memb..rsof out for colds He surely

Gladys Mootjr Renldeneo party honoring her son. Jimmy, the "gang"-E. W. Hayes c.1 Hear that Gloria (Buford) King, sounded rugged over the phone
U of F next semester (February -
Phone 29 Kdltor Phone S3 on the occasion, of his sixth birthday A. Knight, Arthur McRae, SherIff who has been public Health Nurse the other morning, and it wasn't
When Leonard and Ida
anniversary.The ) Andreu, and Uncle Ben Rowe at the clinic for the past two Year's
New
after either
...Jo was St. M'lrk'sParish Lou Smith were enroute to Mar. has now taken over the the day
---- --------- ---------------- - party setting -were presented with gifts (bea years
House on Church Street. Ind. the weekend, position as full time Field Nursein
lon over they
Use Marie Storz Mrs. Lois Mayes A color scheme of red and stopped off in Columbia, Tenn.to utifully wrapped by Myrtle Dea- Union County, replacing Mrs.
yellow was used In decoratingfor ver) at a little gathering. In the Riherd who recently resigned Well, that seem to wind up the
Becomes Bride Weds Mr. DowlingMrs. look up an old friend of Ida Joyce black book for this time-
the party. During the after- Lou's folks who ,were former Clerk's office We'll certainly Field Nurses Preston little
So See In the
Of Richard Smith of Starke be- noon tho children enjoyed 3i & McKnight will take turns as long you
Lois Mayes games. residents of Starke-the Clifford miss the old, familiar faces, but : CarolynALVAREZ'
-
L. Dowl- Favors of bubble and large Clinic Nurses from now on, along next
came the bride of Jesse gum Marks Mr. Marks was a 'spect they'll be droppln back in
Mrs. Herta Storz
announces Beach Thursday multi-colored balloons were givento ---- -
of
ing Daytona druggist at Canova's 2,0 years -- --- ---- "-
the marriage of her daughter, December 30, In a simple cere- the youngsters. ago at the old haunts early and often : -'

lisa Marie, to Richard Smith at mony performed by the Rev. Little Jimmy received many See Freddie Watterson and Ir- ; Men's Clothiiur 11111

Folkston Georgia Friday December James Harrell, pastor of the glfta from the twenty-seven assemblBil Among those glimpsed! at the Percy Sullivan are holding down STORE Established I 1894

31st. Church of Christ, Daytona. Only guests In honor of his Gator Bowl game In Jacksonville the fort at Farm, Home & Auto --- .-. -
Miss Storz, Is the daughter of the immediate relatives and. birthday/ last Saturday were Frances Crosby -

Mra. Herta Storz of Jersey City friends of the couple were In at- Assisting Mrs. Lawson In serving Vernon Crosby Haven.Cros-
N. :J. and the late Rev. Mr..Immanuel tendance. refreshments were Mrs. -3. D. by, Drew Reddish Milton Norman

J. Storz, former pastor Mrs. Dowling selected a lovely Seymour-. and Mrs T. Frank,Lan- Garnlta! Hutto, Charley Parker,

of keepsie Lutheran and Larchmont churches ,at N.Pough-Y. aqua with afternoon black accessories dress complimented for her I druni.IAII J.Wimberly C. an' Jeanette an' Everett Wynn McKinney Freddie, | USE OUR EASY TERM PAYMENT PLAN |I

Mr. Smith la the son of Mr. and wedding.The Patsy an' Vernon Silcox, Charleyan'

Mrs. Ivan M. Bernkopf of Wells- former Mra. Mayes has beena Ted Johns, J. E. Denmark,

boro. Pa. and Keystone Heights. member of the teaching facultyIn Warren Winkler Dr. an' Mrs. .
He Is a graduate of the Orlando Bradford and Union Counties Mr. and Mrs. James Clover M. B. Herlong and Kenneth an'

High School, Orlando, and attended Ethel Kyle Certainly we
since 1941 having taught for two Caldwell of the State Farm an- KITCHEN
the American Academy of Dramatic terms at Bradford School In 1943 nounce the approaching marriageof were all proud of our Marian Mc- KITCHEN CABINET BASES

Arts In New York City. He and 1946 and previous to her mar- their daughter, Lila Rae, to Rae who did look lovely as one Porcelain STOOLS
also studied with the American riage had been teaching at the Theron Alexander Yawn son of of the Maids of Honor !In the courtof Top Silverware Drawer Grocery

Theater Wing and spent quite Union County School, Raiford. Mrs. Z. R. Jones of Donaldaonvllle the Queen Methinks the Storage Space Nice Table Top

some time with the U. S. O. She will continue her teachingIn Ga. The wedding will be an Lions Club made a very wise
touring Japan Korea and the the Daytona schools. Mr. Dowl event of Wednesday evening. February selection when they picked MarIan Regular Price SALE PRICE

Philippines. He Is a brother, of ing has been a property owner 2, In the State Farm Com as representative of the typeof .
Oliver Smith, scene designer i and and contractor In Dnytona for munity Club House, at 7:30: beauty that Bradford County 42.50 36.50

theatrical producer of New York, the past 30 years.. o'clock. Rev. L. A. Shepherd will turns out .
and a grandson of the late W. W. preform the nuptials.
Mr. and Mrs. Dowling are at
Kincaid of Niagara Falls, N. Y. A lengthy letter from Scootle
home to their many friends here ly A reception will Immediatelyfollow
The solemnized at Duke Informs me that, I was
wedding ,
at 131 Congress Avenue, Daytona ,.di the wedding ceremony at
high noon hv the Rev. Mr.. F. .1. Beach. the Club House, and all friends grossly In error In reporting that
she embellished a Xmas card to -
Gilbert In the Folkston Methodist of the young couple are Invitedto Hi-Chairs
friend husband, Glen, with her
Church, took place beforean
: attend, as there will be no
alter attractively decorated Joan Carpenter Invitations issued.Woodman own two front teeth The
molars In question, Scootle maintains Any Kind of Baby ,
-
with camellas and lighted candles, Hostess At DinnerMiss Chair You Need.
In the presence of the bride's mother (and she should know) were

and the groom's parents. The Joan Carpenter entertained CircleAll I presented to her by her dentist Aluminum ""

bride wore a three piece suit of at a delightful dinner party and came from an obsolete denture $5.95
aquamarine taffeta with hat to New Year's eve at the home of members of the Woodman Well, so much for the up i2.95";

match and a corsage of orchids., her parents on E: Madison Street, Circle are urged to attend a record But anyway, Glen's
The mothers of the bride and preceding the dance at the USO. :\ > OF IIONOIt representing! meeting in the W. O. W. Hall, Xmas card had teeth in It, If you I
also orchid triuirord County at the Catur 'ueaday evening, Jan. 11, at 7:30: know what I mean, and I still
wore
groom corsages. The holiday motif .was used to
UGIITWEIGIITIRONS..Only
Refreshments will'be served.UOt'GLAS !
Bowl! game last Saturday was pin. think''twas a clever Idea even If
The wedding luncheon was advantage In the home
decorating
served
[ < M't'IAN CONNER '
Miss Vivian McRae, brunette Scootie, as she explains theftod -
in the Rainbow Room of the for the party with a color scheme
daughter of Mr and Mrs. the from Clair St.
Barney Peter.
George Washington Hotel Jacksonville of green and silver predominating.Invited IcKae of Starke. Miss McRae Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner gag 12.50
The center-piece of the to be with the I nnounce the birth of a son, Doug- -
young was selected by a committee from Well, It -
certainly keeps me on
attractive table was a three- hostess were Buck Snyder of Jacksonville I I im.. Lucian, born Dec. 25 In Glen- Solve

the Lions Club. toes,
keeping with theRe
I my up
tiered wedding cake ornamentedby Miss Marian Brown, Tommy I lale hospital, Palatka. Callstreeters had You. <"- JL'il J. T**'
a miniature bride and groom. I Hitch, Miss June Caldwell. Larkin Weeks worn.Scarcely the new off 1r..lltl'roblfOm. i liftB|, OH OWLV'

The wedding party also had a Billy Miles Miss Crosby and Pat I her Colonial Inn than she ups With A
special table at the New Year's McGrlff. ,
and that she
announces will close GeneralMill
Celebration In Rainbow Room =
the out there as of Saturday night "* Iron
that evening and attended the Baptist Circles I and take over the operation of / b -
Clemson-Mlssourl Football
gameat Keystone Inn as of next Monday
the Gator Bowl the following ,Met Here TuesdayWMS morning Such shifting around

day.Beach After and various a trip other to Daytona points Circles of tha Baptist I Well, well Nice to know by pink taffeta Altogether, and leaves I can't me absolutely help but think breathless howwe'll IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

in Florida, the young couple will Church held their regular monthly that the Junior Woman's Club a very gala evening, and the
all miss this eatingspot
popular
be ,at home in New York In meetings Tuesday afternoon. i came out so well financially on Junior Club can take proper credit that was with va for such Denmark Furniture Co.
March. The next meeting will be held the New Year's Eve dance, after
for "one of the best" a brief period Larkin thanksall
Tuesday, Feb. 1. dunning around with furrowed
her patrons here and Issues
WCTU Members Circle One met with Mrs. Q. brows a few days in advance on Theme returning. from the "big them an Invitation to come out .. PHONE. 151 STARKE. FLA.
W. with six members account of having to pay such
Alderman to her at .
ger an' better" Inauguration In see Keystone
Have Year End for music But
present. Mrs. L. G. Powell, circle fancy prices I _
leader, presided over routine the dance was a success In every Tallahassee Tuesday report thatIf
\ 'T"a.. quite a .scramble In the
Meeting
FridayThe buslneas and Mrs. ,F. B.,, Baird I way- financially, up and. down a prize had been offered for
chairman' several The USO auditorium was the prettiest float, Bradford County -
program gave ---- -'-
work closing of the meeting Laura of ScottW. theyear's interesting readings.The : gaily decorated with red, white, would, surely have won it --- ---- Starlings Grocery
and blue streamers And why not? with all those
C. T. U. was held with Mrs.J. hostess served a dessert crepe paper
and lovely Bradford belles riding along -
multi-colored balloons, but
course during the social hour.
T. Quigley last Friday after- D
'twas the glamorous garments with that huge, red-ripe .BW"TARKE ,
noon. The meeting began with strawberry What a luclous
decorating the lovely ladles &
Mrs. O. O, Webb's home
was
the group singing Temperance
around the tables that most interested combination! How could any FLA.
followed by the Devotional beautifully decorated with holly
songs this reporter float fail to attract attention with
conducted by Mrs. Mable Mer- and potted plants for the meet- Anice Green, June Caldwell, Doris Sun., Mon. Tues.' Jan. 0, 10, 11 CORNER CALL & STARKE
serau, and a beautiful solo: Ing of the Circle Two on Tuesday
Dot Sale More an off-the-shoul- Moncrief Hazel Fields, and Janet Market
"Where The Years Shall be Counted afternoon.The Enchanted
Anderson its chief ornaments? ValleyIn
der baby pink satin model that as CHERRY STREETS FLORIDA
No More", sung by Miss Edna program chairman, Mrs.
I just set off her blond beauty .
; Noegel. member of the Youth A. J. Thomas,.read the devotional Glorious f'lneiolorShort .
Temperance Council. The devotional from the book of Kings. Those Colette Rosier was eye-catching : "IIIIIMIIv ArtlHt". Cartoon
closed with acknowledging In a gold satin strapless :with Among the ('allstrw'Iere. attend and Latest News SPECIALS THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 7, & 8
prayer taking part on the
were
program full skirt Marian Brown ing the Inauguration festivitiesIn
very WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT: QUANTITYSUGAR
the accomplishments of Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Mrs. Outlaw Tallahassee were Bill an' Alyce
(escorted by Dr. Tom Ritch)
the paat year, and Invoking DI- and Mrs. W. B. Alexander.The chose a light blue strapless number Graham, Herbert Green Nnoklc! "'t..I., Thum.. Jan. 12, 13 .
S
vine guidance and leadership for business meeting was presided that would have caused the Wainwright Maurice Edwards. Jr., DOCIILE: FEATURE:

the coming year over by the leader, Mrs. ten best-dressed women of 1948 Carolyn Edwards, Titus Olson,

The business session. was ably W. L. Andrews. The wedding of to bite their fingernails Mary I Marian Faulk, the L. O. Hazens In Old Santa Fe
presided over by Mrs. J. Thorn- Mrs. Lois Mayea to Jesse L,. Attaway was exquisitely gownedIn and Mlnne Lou, the Maxie Carters 51b.Factory

quest first vice president. Minutes Dowling was reported and the turquoise blue with rhinestone I the Lex Greens and family With Ken Maynanl 29c

were read by the Secretary, Circle voted to send them a wed. -studded skirt Patsy the Green McGriffs and eons, ALSOAbbott
who also reported. that Christmas ding gift. Sileox selected wine-colored taffeta Noon Wainwright, Gladys Cano- Pack

tracts, ordered for the State The meeting wax closed, with with matching stole Nor- va, Louise Wainwright, Helen &: 'uitello

Prisoner had been duly sent In,,prayer by Mrs. Wynn followedby ma Jean Adams wore a beige! Lee, Comer IVrryman, George THE TIME OF
care of the Chaplain Flynn Jr., Jake an' Leola Roberts
e a refreshment course served dinner dress, !grared with a lovely
The Treasurer reported, show- by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. orchid! Hazel Ritch was becomingly I Mrs. Maude Fields< Freddie Wim- THEIR LIVES

Ing satisfactory financial standIng P. S. Denmark, to the fourteen turned out In black taffeta berly, Sen. and Mis. Charley E.
on the Union. Dues were paid members present. with bustle back and aqua Johns, F. J. Shaw, the Hogan Pin Latent World! News BEAUTIFUL

and plans made for the Januaryand The stole .Smiths, the C. A. Futch an' Sis-
February meeting will b>; I
February meetings, and other trunk families, Maurice Edwards, SWEET POTATOES 3 Ibs. 17c
held with Mrs.\ R. B. Alvarez. Fri.. Sat.. Jan. 14, 15 - - -
important business discussed. (iurnltu Iliittn (squired by Char- Sr., George Kopelousos, Herbert ,

Mra. Thornquest invited: the Circle Three met In the homeof lie Parker) wore raspberry taf- Prescott, Irvin Robbins, Ben RO.V- INHIlLi: FKATURECLOSEUP:

January meeting and Mrs. Mable Mrs B. T. Thomas with 16 feta and a white gladioli corsage land the Billy Noegels, Madge

Merscreau will be Co-Hostess. members present. Mrs. S. E. Dot Powell chose a most becoming Brownlee, Commissioner E. L.
number of midnight blue \ Crawford and I the A. E. MeI Sparks, president, led an Inspiring ,
brocaded taffeta Joan Carpenter neys Whew! Guess It would ALSOARIZONA
Mr. and Mrs. devotional, followed with
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prayer by Mrs, R. A. Thomas. (escorted by Buck Snyder i have been easier to have mentioned TALL

New Year's Eve HostsThe Those taklnjport;\ on the program of a Jacksonville hoop-skirted), was off-the-shoulder attired in | those who stayed at homeSpotted BOUND MILK 3 35c

were Mrs. M. F. Hazen,
Don Iliirk Jone, Tim McCoy
Page apartment on model of light green Freddie I
Mrs. Jesse Newsome
N. Cherry Street was the scene R. A. Thomat.. and Mrs. Wlmberly, with Everett McKinney \llatlg.: lironnlee wear- Cartoon: "Pluto lurcheri. Si Silver Cow

of a lovely cocktail party New Mrs. J M.Closing/ prayer wore filmy white net Ing Jimmy Clmsteen's (State Chap. 2 "Kldent. of Death
was
Year's eve preceding the danceat by Brownlee. Lois There of Jacksonville looked I Farm) fraternity pin and Mar- Valley (Serial)

the USO.Arrangements. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, circle unusually petite In a white blouse Ian Brown with Tommy Ritch's

of green and red leader presided< over the business with long full-skirted black skirt Both newly acquired during iCONGRATULATIONS... -

seasonal flowers, carrying out the session. Offering was $17. Dur- Frances Colley, with J. E. ....__._.._._.._._.._.._.._._._..-__,_._.._.____) I
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Christmas motif were placed ing the social hour the hostess Denmark wore regal Ivory satin - 29c

throughout the apartment. assisted by her daughter, served Grace Page modelled an aqua ,
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Invite to be with Mr. and Mrs. refreshments. taffeta number with hoop skirt

Page were a few of their Intimate The next meeting will be with And Gladys Green's bru-
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JANUARY: 1, 1919 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FI.ORID
PAGE! FIVE
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Mr. and Mrs. H.. C. Wall and Mrs Schuler and Miss Mary Louise Durshlmer Robert
Margaret ion H. Duncan. Jacksonville.. IflHII"fl. and addrrH ,In: Rllnahrth Kr.h rtivI.amt'
I children Nancy and Bill spent Donald of Lombardee Beach spent the after Christmas school I Florid a WUn""R my hand xVttv.r rif. 12-17 4t 1-7 Rt l Starke, l-'li.rl.ln..
I thin Junuary trlu
BITSof LOCAL< NEWS ] holidays with her aunt Miss Margaret __ 1 Ain 6th :
the weekend in Tampa and Pass- Glenburnie Md. are visiting her In flrciilt tOf'riCMt. You arc rffpilreJ' to appear onFebruary
Durahlmer In Brooksvlllp Court. Bradford County (
8RAL
A. .
J.
.. a-Grllle. brother Julius Kownch and fam Miss Eleanor Durshimer! left U.rl.lij. In ('hllnAid. ,-.-''-. .. ThomimTiy 7M, 1049. in the abnvnuinvil .
I I Clerk '
said 1 Courl'Plorldn 1 .
Curlnnl. I'ln-ntlff. v". Glulla Ilav.i/ l Court and cause, whoreln
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wright ol r Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mltchelcy ily. Mrs. Schuler hasn't aIher I Tuesday for Brooksvllle whereshe No.Rm.all.024.Cu! rionl. Uffenclnnt.' Cane .1",," .1 en1IendelriumnSt. Aiiiriiiitlno,I plaintiff ...pk. dlvo....... nrartfnrdCountv
I brother for 19 and it was will spend a few days with Telegraph shall pobllubthin
Bradenton spent Christmas day, and daughter, Mary Rivers attended of Nollman Courts spent the years her sister. Margaret before re Order of IiiMI. <-atlon and Notice Alty. f'c.r, rir 1.7 4, ,1.29 1 under. In next four wettklyWltn .
t. loaue.
: a happy reunion. '\I' '"
with Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr the inauguration In Tallahassee Christmas holidays In Atlanta Ga. turning to Washington D. C. CluJ"! \TOR'lti': .' Jo .111& I D .1 to: .In;; *>MH. mY hand and official mal

and Mrs. Corley Johns. on Tuesday and were I II Friends of Judge A. Z. Adkln- I Mr. and Mrs C. E. Devlin are Mr. and Mrs. J. I Szymzak of mill'ed ream Its 1 :. 54 whow Via Sal-redIdpnw .',...Io'n.Clrrnlt In {t"hitNivrv.M.ix "rt. Hr.lfor". <'nasty. at I'.M'l.OFFICIAT!starke'. "Florida this January a.

guests of Mr. now the home on W. aria Rome. Italy! IC rel.' IMiilntlff, ( VH.. I'lisn tenth .
and Mrs. occupying A..J. Thnmaa
C. H. ( PE\f.)
:Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Dawklna I It will be know he Is Jackson Mich KrrlM" l> .
I glad to progressing are upending a You are rvatilrpil to a i-frnflnnt' ra" Nu. 711114 A* Clark. of "Rid. Cuutt.Pv .
of Jacksonville and Gainesville Pulley. nicely in the Riverside 1 Madison Street formerly occupiedby month with their son and daugh January 17th. In the above Order\..' of. Pahllmtlon unit \,,tlrprir. <., Tfavan Crosby D. C.
t wt.t ,,.
name( Court arid | ,, Fta.
cause. wherein T Frank Hlarka.
tjinilrum,
the Merrill Struths. ter-in-law Sgt. and Mrs. Norbert } KIlHUlii'th; wh.o.e' detoa.
,were weekend guests of Mrs. Mrs. Ida Mae Browning of Day Hospital Jacksonville where he plnintlff seeks divorce. Brailford Itrel .. Allyii. for I'lf. 1-7 4t 1-ui
Szymczak. Following their visit County Telearanh shall nubllsh", ____ _.___ .__ _
last week with -0
Dawkln's parents Mr.\ and Mrs.\ tona Beach returned home Sun was hospitalized I Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Covington here they will leave for a tour tnl.Mo"r (' jn next tour weekly' ;0- -- 0 9AIk" 'ulalaWW4WIWIWA1aaa..LU.NOTICE.. ,. ,. .
pneumonia. Mrs. Adkins who suffered
W. H. Nollman. day after spending a week at the
a broken, bone In her toot !, and son. Irvin spent the weekend of Arizona. California and Mexico. \\Vitnes mv hand and official
home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Real AI ::Starke Florida.. thIs' Dee
WilliamLeMorte and Duke, Corley Johns Wednesday of last week while |Iin Orlando and attended the Tan- H. 11 Cameron of New York I* t'IIIt'.T fill nr llll U''II>>> .lOFFlCiAt. SKAL. A. J. ThoirmiBV
visited Mr. Bowl football
Adkins at the hospital garlne game.
visiting Judge :
-oi Y'I'' Fi.ottiitii I1111:\- Ai dent nt e" COUtt. !
and Mrs. R. A. Weeks over the Mrs. R. E. Jones was the weekend I, is able to get around with < KHV Haven Crosby. D. LIs .Id ,
A. Judd of Harriman, Tenn. John larher, ,
W. Plaintiff
Kunice
v.
weekend.Dr. of Mr. ''D. ;
guest and Mrs. E. E.
her leg In a cast. Mrs. Adkins I Amelia tlnrbvr, 'C.'da..t. Ca.Oo.8.a .* .
Anderson in visiting his daughter, Mrs. l'Ir.lae' Cnurb nr.dferd ('oast,.
Jacksonville.Mrs. has been resting at the home of :- < ,
and Mrs. R. R. Stoker have Cornelius Moore, and Mr. Moore ORDER OF rriH-irATION F'loridsI I /'hase.ry.

returned to their home in Noll B. H. Harding of Jackson her sister Mrs. John Love Wilkes i for several weeks. AND :VOTir-B TO API' :.\n Millll Mui. H'-H-lv nllnco Hiiitlnr, ttKiitnr.. Dnlntirr.I Hi'fonilniit' VB.
in Jacksonville. I State of Florida to Eunice Amelia
man Court after spending three ville was the weekend guest of II I I Clntber. whose r..md' "uou III Wayn..- t'HHB ;No.; TflfiS.Orl We Can Accept :

weeks in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Carrie Ingram. Beryl Jean St. Peter of Gainesville John Bradley and his mother I boro You, Virginia.an required; tn appear on S..".r of l'ublleatln.st.t. "Sad r Florida Not I,., lotlllluni tln i..

was the guest of Florence I Mrs. C. S. Bradley of Deland January 17 1949 In the above \\ Willing Hi>iiiitr.' humri'i.*- :
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tllley had Mr .and Mrs. John P. Udell and I immiMl Cu..i. t anil euuatt, whernlnrialntlff I lilriiiM-. l IN iinkin N n' :
Brown the latter of last of last week
as their dinner guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty had part spent Wednesday 1 HeokH illvorr I *. lirndfordt'minty : You are rnqtilrixl I to appear on I
week. Mrs. J. K. Futch end Teleirruph shall publish this Kvliriiury. 7th.: I'M'i.in' iliw
visiting/ ubuy No More i
evening Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ra. as their dinner guests New Year's I Order In next four weekly lanueltm .. lintnod" ('1.1111 Bml 'oilll pvh/,".ri>.Mi Meat i
gor Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Shaller Day, Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Friends of Mr. A. C. Durden I Miss Mary Brownli-o Mr. Bradleyand \\ >HA nw hand toot official' seal I |lnlntirr ."','k. illviii-vn' Nor|". keep| .
at Starke. Florida this December ,
)
rare iMiHtoitv *
ottiitrol' if lht Iii
and Miss Peggy Tllley. Peter and children and Miss! Beryl will be glad to hear he is very I Miss Brownlee spent partof 1 La. 11)14.OKKK) chllilriMi. |lfuiiriilil\ rxrminor 14 t I III
Holland of ( lAt 1'I1'' .\r.1 A. J. Thmmesl I CiMintv. .. '
Gainesville and Mrs.Udell's much improved after his illnesj Ti'li-irrniih "hnll'IH.hll..h
Mr. and Mrs. the day visiting in Lake An fl,"iK tit mint. uU"L. '
Ihle
I Older In
Guy Sale and next Four weekly'
mother, Mrs. R. Rnke, of during the holidays and he nv haven t'roHbv, D C. INHIIMII.Vllni'. After Jan. 15

daughter Linda Kay spent the Newark N. J. Mrs. Enke Is stay resting at the home of his daughter IS// Mr. and Mrs. Joe CItY'j II.Unman. O lirown Jarknonvlllo, sturke, Fin 1"11n." It.! \ .K mv linml and. rfli-IAI seal II
early part of the week In
Tallahassee ,
nt Stiiikv, ,
as the guests of Mr. ing on with her daughter for an Mrs. O. L. Beasley. spent the weekend in Tampa AttVH. for Pit. 12-17 4t 1-7 1949.! Klnrlilii. 'ihln .liniiiiiiy .1,
Indefinite visit
and Mrs. Alton Revel and at. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. !McLendonand hung Mr. Martinez' mother. In f'lrt'itlt C".rt.aclfor.1 l County, (OFFICIAL" I'T..> \. ..I ,ThninnAn -
I Morlilu' In Cliuneerv Clerk of .111"Ul't.. '
tended the inauguration ceremon. Mrs. Mae Edwards and daugh daughter Jeannette of Orlando Mrs. A.W. Anderson Sr.. who, RDCCO Comnuiut... I'lalntlff. vs. Rosina fly Tlnven fronliy. "n c I'iil

ies. ter Elaine spent the weekend in accompanied by Mrs. F. S. was visiting Mrs. C.A. Rowand in I Lor>re to Commlaso. Defend- fhnrlix II. I II"| HH, 301-iiN lliinriinlv' '

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Waldrop Daytona Beach. They took home Matthews of Starke attended the Lakeland over the weekend nttended nut Onlrr CUM of No l til>llrutUm 7023 and :Not Ire Ally l.lff Illilir for/ ,1'\'.liu. kmillvlllo' 1-7, FI..I 4t 'l-2 l.ln. filled To Capacity

Mrs. Edwards' little three-monthe- inauguration festivities in Tallahassee afternoon in '
the wedding Sunday t' i o'lH
and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Huff of STAn OF L n .\ to:
old grandson Billy who Mrs. the first of the week.
of Mrs. Rowand's granddaughter Rosinit LoPrentq whonereHlilence
Laurens. S. C. were Friday night Edwards had anil, add cOnUIlIIlIt'1! a Mur- In ClrruK. Ctinrt, Itrnilfiiril Conntn
been caring for the Miss Edwina Rowand t to : .',..rloln, IM t .
hnntrrr..Itilin
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mrs Titus Olson returned lost Icrello., Messina Italy: .. .
past two months during Mrs. El- I. V. Polk. lnkn) y !1I..I..hll'dt. 1'liilntlff' Ii
You reauireil ti
Alundy Jr. Friday from a two weeks visit are above v... LnnlHH I Iliinihrlrk Itolnhnrilt, !><._
bert Edwards' illness. January 171 II. 1949. In the
.'..... LAWSON
Court whereinolaintlff feiKliillt :Nil. ?oi)5Or.lrr ) f MEAT &
with her mother Mrs. George I Miss Eleanor Durshlmer of anil cause
of .
and Mrs. I'.bllrstln..ndotIe
Mr. C. C. Shepherdand seeks divorei Bradford to
Mr. and ]Mrs. Merrill Struth Lilley in Olmsted, Ill Washington D. C. spent the I'ountv Teleirranh shall; 'l>l>i-nr. "..... of KlurhlH ...tl.lMllMO
son. Chuck spent from Wednesday and family moved from W. Madison Christmas with her brother thlx Order III next four weekly I I / lllllllNrlck' ItNlnhlu'dt, u'l1..se : t
through Sunday of last' Street to their new home On :Mrs. F. H. Long returned Wednesday holidays .xsllPaW'ltness. resl'Innr.. last' known In dim-lotl, ... I L
and Rlstl'rlnIJlw.Ir.! and 1 mv hand and official North, t <'nrollim:
week visiting relatives in Newnan Kingsley Lake the weekend after upending several seal l nt btiuke. Florida this Dec COLD STORAGEJITNEYJUNGLE
/ over Mrs. F. L. Durshimcr nnd family. : You are 'I'eijiiIrtxl tn nni" >tnr on
and Atlanta, Ga. days with her son-in-luw anddauhter. (OFFICIAL' 1.1'1'11'h.. ]llil'i. In .hn iihovtniinif !
Mrs. SKALI A. j Thomas * Vergle Flynn returned Dr. and Mrs. ruilNo
Bryant
!: Mrs. Nelma Keen visited her A" Clerk ft raid Court .. ,
W. en.'k. llvoi'i< IiriKlfoMifsoiiu1v
Mrs. B. Jr. *
Mundy, waa theguest Monday from Mobile Ala. where S. Carroll In Jacksonville.Mr. non-ln-law and daughter, Mr. andMrs. Hv HRVI'ICr"Rbv.. D. U, IVlPu-riiiih Hhull. pulillHh I

Wednesday night of last I Blip, visited friends and relatives H. H. McConnell, In Florence, T. Frank I.timlrum. t"t'IIt'. 1"ln't this Order, 'In mnt four wnuklv. .
week of iMrs. Eva Pike and Atlva. fur J'lf 12-17 4t .
and Mrs. ova, :r the New Year's holidays.Mr. !Mrs. A. P. Ashurst I .
S .C. the
Effle Cordray in Jacksonville. C"- "vc liolidii 1 ;' Croats of over holidays. lit' Clreult Court! Itriulford. Ciiiinlv.
: : ;
and :Mrs Roy Ward had as Mr. and Mr. L. O. Hazen. : 1 lorliln: lit Clmnrer. *.
Mrs, Effle Miss Lillian Stump spent the Charles riilmer, UeNor., .Ir. T'laln-
Johns and sisters
their weekend guest !Mr. and ]Mrs. of the week with the tiff. \.... Pauline r"'ld Non IJolHer

:Mrs. Carrie Smith and Mrs. Menu : Silas Corley of Tallahassee: and Mr. nnd Mrs. Willard Jordon W.early II.part Thomsons In Montlcello ,I Iti-fondant:: :: t.I\\\;:\:\' .No. .7025: Ireto
:McCutcheon and Order, of ll and' Not
spent the weekend in children of Miami
]Mr. and Mis.: O. W. Ward and were holiday and attended the Inauguration In Anla'ar
Jacksonville as the guest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ward and /guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ': 4) I, I" .Ult' ( I n.\r".1:
and Mrs. J. J.. Gross. Tallahassee Tuesday.Miss Pllllf..e.. llmlHen... Re .ser whose ,
I I Sons Max and Gary of Dixie, Ga. Phillips. deuce and aildrefls In: 412 Ulh
Margaret Durshlmer of .,or. Iluullnlrburx. InniunnYou
S I Dr. and Mrs. J. :\1. Hembree of Mr. and Mrs. John Arthur To- are rellIIrO',11) nnoear on
I It Jacksonville Brooksvllle was a guest at the Jiiniiarv 17lli. \149.! 1till'\ almvenamoil
rode of the 1
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Raeburn spent of her brother and sister- Court and. cause where
home 1
CARPENTER'SPHARMACIST Horne of Madison spent the New weekend with Mrs. Pauline To- nlaudiff 1 I ......kR.divorce. nimlfonlt'ountv 1
and Mrs. F. L. Dur
In-law. Mr. Teli'ifranh shall
Years weekend in Miami and attended rode. shinier on Christmas day. this. Order in next four weekly All

the Orange Bowl game Mr. and! Mrs.: J. C. Wynn vis II Witness. mv hand and! official Soap Powder Large 29C

ited Mrs. Lettie Parker In Jack Mrs. T. F. Landrum spent the pal at\ I Starke. Florida thin Doc.IOFF1CIAT. Brands .
weekend with her parents Mr. and I H. 11M//
sonville over the weekend and !SJJAin' J. .Thomns
: .
tended th Gator Bowl game. Mrs. Rogers/ In Jacksonville. MissIdell I As Clerk n, mall Court.
EXPERTradio at'l Landrum attended the 'dolor Bv Hnvrn CroHhv. I). .

t Homer Johns and Mrs. L. Bowl game and Martha Landrumwas I T. Frank. for I.nndrum.Pit __ fttarkn.12-17 .4t FlnAtva 1Yq'Ircult DixieantatiLiIyMEAL & GRITS 5 Ibs. 26C

Rennolds were dinner guests of the guest of Mary Sue Ep': Court.. I'.ru'lfuril'., ('..un"', ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Willlunia in person over the weekend. I.'lorl.lii' : 'hen.'cry.
Alachua Christmas dny. John H. hall. Plaintiff. vs. Sarah
Miss Nancy White of Penney U<;ll Hall. Defendant Cain No.Ordr .

Mr. and Mis. A. A. Ortagus of Farms spent New Year's Day a* 0711.: : of I'nMlmlloii. and Nollt'i'tn Dixie

St. AURJ8l1ne.11': and Mrs. the gust of the E. J. Dahmers. AttiM'iirsr.VTK
I n.t...* RICE 24 oz.35c
: : OF !'I.O It
Charles Bailey and Arthur Durham -I Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr... whit Sarah Hell Ilnll. whojw. residence Lily

of Jacksonville spent the Is quite ill In Riverside hospital an'' address : ,
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wai- the You ed t o unnear on
had as her visitors early part : lrvarr7IK'r! 19. \In the above 1
/'ILStI: ; :IPT/O.v I epa.SERVICE. lace. Solano. of the week Mr and Mrs. W. J. name'! Court and rmiHe. wherein
I plaintiff ,seeks divorce. Brastfortlall'
Jr. and Mrs. Ceo. An-
Pr. anc'! Mr?. ;.V. r. H-'on-\ Epperson Teleirranh' xliall publish. Plantation Oleo lb.
del son. title. Order in next four weekly 24cI
attended the funeral uf Dr. Herlong's 1

brother. Mr. Jim Ilprtong Spt.; an I Mrs. TT berl Izymczak I""W hoss mv hand and offlrlal| l I
this Dec.
Phone 61 STARKE Chas. C. Starke. Florida
who died Dec. :Ulth! in Miami. and daughter Sally Ann enjoyed seal1at048

On-lfif-Minil, ; Service ShepherdAt I I I a holiday visit with relatives In I (OFFICIAL !''IF.jAI.) A. J. ThomasAs
of said Court.
:Mr.: and Mrs. Junfin Smith wereguests
I Milwaukee Wls. nv Haven Croofov. D. C. I Dixie '
DAY & NIGHT Gay's Service Station of Mr and Mr. Nat Stt.u- I : SYRUP. 39

:i berg In Daytona Beach on New

-- -9 Year's Eve. I Lily
I I ID

:Mr. and Mrs. T. :M.: Hutchingshad > .

I Every Branch of at their guests during the c

holidays Mr. and :Mrs. W. S. Rob Wesson Oil 1 qt. 65c

INSURANCEH. inson and son John of Dupo. Ill. ,

and Rev und Mrs. Joe! Avery am

.. daughter. Joan of Greenville Ala. I )
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:Mr and :MP J. E. Jecrrs of '' FRUITS & VEGETABLES i
for t.e: entire family in G
1 Greenville., S C. Charles' Knightand lyl I IN OUR MARKET

C. \WALL AGENCY fflgPLEASE Bar ley MrHnc were dinner uonBl s' great January

l guests: Sunday nf Mr. and MrsB
<('"* Holtzendorr, and son. Sales l Kvcnt y t'k r Red Ripe

PHONE 116 _.....
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Mr. and Mr*. Dirk Clsrio of TOMATOES 2 lb. -
Constant Service Ot'er SO YearsCLASSIFIED- .
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111. .
Champaign are visiting MrsCLsne's One Jail of 'mll V
ly FKKSII.; UIJ-( : sJ-n: & Hit AWNFryers
parents :Mr. and Mrs

__ ._ ___.___ __._0.00_ ___ 0 Nat Sterriberg/ Daytona) Duet h All-Wool Sweater itilclvn; RipeBANANAS
I this week and plan to visit their!

I many friends here this weekend Formerly ." (!SNOW 2 Ib. 19c
,
Mrs. Cline will b" rememberedas
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_0.----- -----0--- - __________ __ 0 as the former Lllliun Sternberg.

FOR aiitomntlu-ilrnft SALK CI"1"' wood heater Franklin: 1 INSURANCE fire automobile writ, liability all liner and: I 1st Sgt/ and !Mr. R W Reese 2.49 Green Cabbage 3 lb. 9c.

large. ronl-burnlnx circulating Jlfa. See ni. for your Inmiranr and daughters Jean. and Dot Ml ('atulin" ,
heater Bath. In ,gnnd l comtUlonKradrord need. N. D. Walnwrlg-ht. Jr. lit 1 Green, of Maxwell Field Ala.
County. Telegraph. tf W Cal; St., Phone IS4. tf were visiting friends and relatives Coat &: SIIK| "%ir HI>|OM S \V K: A T E: It S


MATTRESSES I here from Tuesday. through u.UIUU_.j ONE-Tlllltl) OFF. TURNIPS 2 bunches 29c
SELL YOUR TIMBER OJ.I.L KINDSRENOVATED Sunday of last week.Mri. ,

NOW : :M O. .
Ifarrell and son. '
., Highest Cash Prices Paid William of Brookor Tender 65
were jnieHf'Monday
of :Mr. and Mrs. M. F One Lot Ladies' Sweaters $1

WILL OR BUY IN UNIT IN BULK. Hazcn. Green Beans, 2 lb. 25c


Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams of Ib.

EDWIN W. PECKOr I Alachua Sen. Ed Frazier of Mac. CVi<" tit .>l :Men1".)

John W. TurnerP. clenny Sen. and Mrs. Charley
1.49
Sleeveless Sweaters
Fl KMTtUEREI'PHOLSTEKKD
O. Box 463 Johns and family and Homer FROZEN FOODS

Gainesville\ Fla. Johns were dinner guest of Mr Fresh Ground
AND RKFIMSIIED
and Mrs. A. J. WllIlnrnH lust Fri One Lot of :Mi'it'N I-on!, Sleeve

Send me a postcard and I HASTINGS Drop lrad MATTIIESS CO. day evening. SLIPOVER SWEATERS HAMBURGER lb. 45c

will come see you. Cut String Beans 30c -
Box 230 Palatka, Ha. 1 :Mr. and Mrs... C. J. Harringtor Formerly 4.95 Now 2.99On ,

and Mrs. Irwin Lltchfleld all of
FOR HALE: One 2-pc. mahogany KL.H'lul t* homv-cookrd meal' anilcomfurtabl Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Smottk
suite Can beseen
living room
'
at n H Alvare Son Stor Alan furnlphd* room. and at Colonial unfurnishedapartmentii. Inn.I of Jacksonville and Billy Hall Lot of Mrn'n
air"Var..houII.. Writ pox 77Aor Delightful Inrntlnn.Uonv of I Green; BRISKET BEjF lb. 35c
Orlando G
:
were guests offr
phon'.. 9105. t In, on Maillxun. St.. Htarke.tf and Mrs. J. H. DuPre during the COAT SWP./'tt./' ..... 1.69 Beans lb. 45c ,
a.npartment house I ,
FOR I HALF: .., I
Full It :s'r nl l; \ l.K, 1-ru. m holiday. -

well)lot nrairdarlght. ISiSOn! All In exceptionally apartmentsnceupied. Mil town. cornr and- 244 house K 'It.M. with Chrrry\ JI.1ka.large**i WI 47 nrd-ln i*It:*Astral or phone yard, HI' George! Stabler of Quincy spent I One Lot: of OOw'.' COAT and I Fordhook PORK LIVER lb. 35c

priced to -
Ph. S-Olll. onvlll Zip 1 i11'ANTED lart weekend
worth the money. 1 Nee. Jon. t: here with his par >
C. Wall Agency tf 'ntsIr.: and Slipover Sw?*Prs - 98c .
Wilson at H. Tl. JOY Lend upright' ( Mrs. J. T. Stabler. J Lima Beans lb. 45c

FAA HALF/N.w, S-rm houne .piano In "good rnndltlon. A. J. ,
ThnmaM. Jr.. Adjutant American, Mr. and Mrs. Stave
Simmons
hath 4-rm. hoUHe A hower. loxnil. 1..I..n. 2t t-17 flnn lot of BCatalina <. ..'
from Htarke on New Itlandlnnrd l lKOIt were among those from here attending ) BEEF LIVER lb.--49c
Reasonably priced." I.*'. Hoh- '
Itp SALE: Hoar'Hell. -i fnlr i on. the Orar.jfs Bowl game I Swc::.t.rs 2.69
rtn. '.. ,
/ h
dtllrm. or te.m. "ontact t: i
,... in Miami on New Year's Day.
T Hhull. TVi.lpI' .\ or 7l i
ym.
HAVEN:: OF" REST: Room boardto \\' or IIFiR /! '
elderly people In graduatenume'M I Mrs. Frances Wesferrctt and .| Ills' lot ofChiJ ICE CREAM
country hnm. 11. ml !A. IiIA I.!':: 'I: ,),.r..y milk' iviw* All I Smoked lb. 2?/
,, Warren Sausage
son have arrived 'In Ail-Wool Sweaters
of Hampton on Theresa rd. No. hnrwe Jl vr* o'i' : about IUOt Hi* ; = ::
10 AI... N. H. Tyson Hampton. U II Jora ;'. .. I: Ilu* 1n4.I I SLutlv from ILaaKcJI. ::. J. forI ,

Fla. 4tp 1-' r mark. tip|I I the winter. They are occupying I I Formerly 2.98 Now ..1.79RGBBINS'

cns."T' rrwFR: POT nomrieilvn FO" ,,0\1.1':' Bid, *;. tttm on n.w'!'I on* of the Nollman apartmentsat
For garden riHidlnir' Ma-hwav' I" "ii.l f'"m
nom... decorated Nlck'a Hargaln liouee. full H.f. bridge. Write. f'.'). Ho, Colonial Inn. per pint Smoked BACON lb. 45c
Htarka. Fin Major n. J. KIdd. Jr. left early 1
llOHPITAFj INSURANCE, For In- port 1t.I.P."d..rn: house, <-rm.., .
formation about WHITE CROSS '111111). Also modern H-rrn. house, 1 Sunday morning for ft. Leaven-
HOKIMTAMZATION PLAN under IJHiil Also m .. .written hy 70-yr.-olU Bankr. |4.l>0. Apply 410 C.nt.r at.. Ntrr .. school for the next three 25c
..
Ufa Casualty Co.. ro.ir l' -alreprenentatlv I HP
will b* glad to "e. months. Mr. Kldd, Miss, Betty
without obligation.' Mr a. FOR PALE: Splendid. building lot Ann Flynn and James BACON lb. 33c 1
you Phillipsdrove -
1.....,.. H Walnwrlght. US Me- 17S fr on Cherry Ht. at "0". of ,
Muhon 8t.. Stark. Fla.. Phone :th. Ob ft. deep St. ;o":v. lll.W. 12- ttf .-a. fI et' .. E. Wllon Jacksonville
__ I.T tf

rop hlfr'rtTOn. Any...IY.Hilford Information.': on. wore,d.. i leading halter. Brahma and to FOR( HALE newt: Z-hi and K.It lnr ft...d.eyyrssboat motoralmost POSITION WANTED- : Disk M....... "The Store Of Values." FREE DELIVERY Phone 231 FREE DELIVERYFRIDV.

their recovery will no rewarded 1100. Innnlr at "Th IJttl lag or esItr.w part or full tint.
... Boa If 4. ::Ita..k. l"tor.." X ml. F.. of mark on old
HC. E'n, Rt. a liP; b'lrhding highway nu> I*. Itp :zen :N. Cherry Rhoda Kbwwy. lip 1-










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..... named Court and cause wherein Order In next four weekly Issues. County Telegraph shall publish this HaveAfr Clerknf said; Court.
plaintiff seeks divorce and rentoru- Witness mv hnnd' and official seal Order In next four weekly Issues PV D. C.
? PAGES FROM tlon of maiden. notion. llradford at Starke, Florida thin DecemberIS Witness mv hand and official, oal, i Robert H. Duncan Jack.sonvIJle.Xly .
: County Taleirraph' shell publish. thl, 1 44.OFK1CIAT.. at Marke, 1o'lorldM. this December '
Order In next, four weekly iBsues.Wltneaa ( SIC A I.) A. J. Thomas 2J. 1 IMS.! alor Pit. 12-17 tt 1-7
I OUR PAST mv hand and official seal An clerk' of said Court. (OFFICIAL 8R\L' : ) A. .1 Thomas
at Stark' Flurlda this Dvuember, ny Haven Croaby ft C Aa Clerk of sail Court ,
v r 20. 1)45. John J. HenilorMon, KHg.. St. Ailffunilne fly 7faven Crowbv. : D C. In 1'lorlil.t Circuit. in Court.t'linncerv.Aldo ; Bradford. County
I' V v. (OFF1CIAT. gnAt) A. J. Thomas Florldn, T Frank Iandrum. Starke. Florida, : Plaintiff Glulln.Kosatt .
As Clerk of said Court. AttyH fur I'll. U41 1-14 Attys. for Plf. 12-24 4t 114In Curionl. vs.
21 "'F.ItSGO I Defendant. Casetinier0
Ry Haven Crosby D. C. 2urionI
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I (From the Jan 6. 1928. issue! of to. K: Knlvht, Btarkn.: Florida In ("!Ircult' (........ n.....,..... (.......t,.. 02':1: NOII.eSTATE
Atty. for I'lf U41 1-14 Kli.rlilili. In I huneery.Haitiuel Circuit Court. llrailfurd County.Kli Publication and
The Bradford County Telegraph' 1'. ToiiilliiMon.. I I Millntlff I va .rl.lnl In < haneery. to VlTtKi!
In Circuit ('.nrt. llrailfnrd ('ou..,. I I at tie )r. Tomlinaull I iJefundantCaH Pauline Lvverett Mavaffo. Plaintiff (9 I' i n A to:
Starke had thtvc fires within rlorl.ltil. In I bancerr.M.trlo > No. 7041. vs. l Yf'UKliton U. fctovuiro* DefendantCano Omlla:' Kosati: Curionl.l whose' : rosIdenre -
hours Wednes II May nor r'lulntlff, VH llnnlel Or...... OC I."............. .ted %..II<'. ( No. 7040. ami address. is: 54 Via Sal-
the of nine aria. Rum. Italy:
space Maynor. Defendant. Can No. '1'.. Appetir tinier Of Publication. And ollc
1
You reuuired to ortJanuary
day. A negro residence was de. 7 or,4> STATE OF" I.'LORIlA to.Ituitltt : 'I o Appenr are 17th. 1049. In appear the aboyenamed
Cufe Order (If Publication And Notice M. TomllnHon, whose renlrii '- STATE: OF i'l..uRlDAto:
stroyed, as was the Magnolia Court and cause wherein"
'I'.. Appear 'nce and addreHH hint Known Is nrouichton. II. Hnvage, whoso runldence -
leaned by Mr. Toole. and the residence ,,'r \'r..' OK FI.OIIIDt Sal 1224 Devlna ,Street. Columbia. !H.C.: : and ad,"...... last known Is plaintiff "seeks divorce.hall BratforlCounty ,
Teleeraoh publish
of E. M. Thomas.Mr. Daniel Miiynur' whose residence. Is ton are reijulrotl to appear on 821. Prink !$I1I..t., Cayce South Carolina this Order in next "four weekly
:
unknown: January 24th 1H4In: the ahove
and Mrs. J. C. Manning of You ore required. t.> appear on mimeil Court and cause wherein You aro required to appear on s"l\es.
January :.11. 40.) In lha above named plaintiff.. ne..ka, ...Iv........ Hradforil. January, Huh, 19411) In the above Witness mv hand and official
of Florida. this Dec.
Starke announce the marriage Court find I cause, wherein plaintiff I'ounty Telegraph shall publish this named' Court and cause wherein ltPal14st Ktarke.! ,
their daughter Edna Mae to Mr seeks divorce. Bradford CountvTelegraph Order. In next four weekly iHHiieaVVItneaa plaintiff Reeks divorce Bradford OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas!
take ahall. publish this OrderIn mv hand and official seal County Telegraph shall publish this ( Clerk of said Court.nv .
Hart of Starke. the wedding Order In next four weekly Issues. All
next four weekly Issues.Witness at Hiarke, Florida, thU December Haven Crosbv. D, C.
December 18 seal Witness Inv hand and official\ seal ;
ing place Sunday my hand and official 2S. 194S. Landrum. Starke. Fla
Frank
this December, OFFICIAL SEAL A. .1. Thomas nt "Htnrke, .Florida this December T.
at the home of the bride's sister at 20. Starke 194$. Florida, ( Aa. Clerk of Bald Court. S3 1948. Attvs. for Plf. 12-17 4t 1-!

Mrs. L. W. Strickland of Wild. (OFFICIAL flEA L) A'/. Thomas Bv Haven Crosby D. C. (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs I
As. Clerk of said Court John J. Henderaun E..... St. Aufumlne ( -: Clerk of said Court. I
wood.W.. tfy Haven Cresby, r). C. FlorIda 1 Bv Haven Crosby D. C.
.
4 Attya. for IMf. 13-24 4t 1-14 John J. Henderson Karl., St. Augustine Beware Coughs
E. Torodu and C. A. Knight t 4 M.; 'K. I'errvman, fcttnrke Florida, (
r Attys, for I'lf. 12-h 4t 121In Florida.Attys. .
have both tossed their hats in In Circuit ('..iirt. Hradforil ('n...'", fur Fir. 12-24 4t 1-14

the ring for the office of Tax Circuit C....... Itrailferd Connty.Plvrlilai Klorlrtai In tkanrerr.liroiidua From Common Colds
In ( hauler II. I'arter, rialntlff. vs.. In Circuit Court. Bradford County
.
Collector.The Allua Alexander Carter Defendant. Morlda: III (huni'crv.
l"fiilih; KoMtitr, Plaintiff vs. A. Martin
members of the Friday Foster, efendnnt.. Case No. ellH.I.:Jo. 7042.Order John H. Hall plaintiff vs. Sarah ThatHAtlGOHCreotnulsiom
Club 70111. Of Fnbllentlon And Xn..... Hall. Defendant. Case No.OrdIr .
Afternoon Bridge gave a 1ct became
Order Of Pnklleatlon. Aad Neil<.. Tn Appear : relievepromptly
dinner party I lrl honor of their 'I'.. AppenrHTtl'M STATE OF, FLORIDA to: of Publication" and Noticeto it goes right to the seat of the trouble
.
.' .' Alice Alexander. Carter, whose reaIdenoe Ai>m ar
husbands at the Orange and >! 1.'>11111' tot and expel laden
loosen
A. Martin whone residenceIs' last known is Tunatall Vir- !TATE O K. F L () It I D.t...: to help germ '
Black Tea Room Friday. Later : Uoutc, 1 1."T.'r.IR: UeorKla: Klnla: Sarah Bell whose residence phlegm StiLl' aid nature to sooths and
everyone played bridge with G. You are requlreil to appear on You are required to appear on aiul address I-la1l. : heal raw tender, inflamed bronchial
January :31 I. 1M't! I In the above named January 24th 191', In the ahove You are required to appear on membrane Tell druggist
M. Inman as high for the men Court and .cause wherein plaintiff named! Court. and cause wherein Januarv 17tn. 1049. In the above mucous your
and J. C. Robinson a close follow ____ seekS divorce. llradford. County plaintiff Hreks divorce. Bradford named Court and cause wherein to tell jou a bottle of Creomulsion '
\s
low .,' Telofrraph shnll publlsli, this Older {ounly TelcKrnph nhall publlnh this plaintiff! seeks dlvorcn. Bradford with. the understanding you must like
up. Judge A. Z. Adklns was In next four we*kly litsiles.Vltness Order In next four weekly iHSiien.Vltnina ('ount v Teleeranh hall publish the it quickly allays the coughor
Mrs. O. L. Bea lcy was high for iv mv hand nnd official. seal \ mv hand nnd official seal this Order In next four weekly way
nt Ktarke Florida. this December. at "'lark."Iorlill.\ ,., this December. Issues. you are to>> have your money back.
the ladles with Mrs. L. Wyman aH. t'144OFFICIAL! 22. 1 H.UFI"K'IAf. Witness mv hand and official
second. Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght : ( P1': \f.1 A. J ThomasAs ( !SEA!.) A. J. Thomas seal at Starke. Florida this Dec. CREOMULSIONforCoughs.ChettColdi.Bronchitis
L Clerk of said Court. Ail Clerk of aid court. H. 114Ry!
was low. JTv Haven (Crosby. I>. (". llv Haven CroBlv, D. C. 7OFFICJAL< SEAL) A. J Thomas j,

Mrs. Bynum Perkins of the U If o. Drown Starke, Florldn John J. Henderson, KHO., St. Auffiixttne. .. .
1-21 Florida.Attyifc'for'plf. ... - -.
Altys. for I'lf. 12-31 4t --------------------.-
BHS faculty. Just returned from 12-24 4t 1.14
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Ga. where she spent the w [ ; __3 :' ,
Albany I In Circuit Court llradford County.FliriIia '.
In Circuit ( .n.I. llrnilford ComityFlorldal .
Christmas holidays with her par : In C'lutnccrv.Alartraret Plain- In <.han....,.. .
Wilson Urnnson. ADVERTISING RATES
ents. While there, she had the %11 tiff va James ......I..I..v. Taknc. Plaintiff, vs. Mary,
lJ Take, nefendant.. Case No. 7045Order .
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unique pleasure of opening a pint fefpndant. Casa ( : .
Of 1'iihllcnflnnnd Notice BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHSTARKE.
Order of l'llIoi i'at .ntonrun8on'l
rH
1& ca4 1
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of peaches which she herself 'IC Appear
canned In 1900. _J_.. 1. ___j STATK (ft''I! ( : STATK. OF FLOR1HA: FLA. I '
James Henrv Brunsun. whose residence Mary Takac, whose residence' am
Misses Florence Andrews Vir. address. Is: Stain Liibovnu, C, 14.
IiIT.ltHITF.SSHE..) l.V WARM: srX!*HINK: most of Christmas Day although rain and subtle is. unknown: CSi-choslnvakla':
Weeks and Hazel Middle. You are reauireil to appear on!
ginia quent falling temperatures came late In the afternoon. Weary parents were thankful for the beautiful January 17th. 1949. in the above You are reciulrecl to appear on.
ton and Messrs. Frank Carpenter named Court and cause wherelrDlaintlff January 24th 1041, In the above Political and. transient amusement 73c per column Inch. CanliIn
Comer Long and Eugene Matthews weather most of the day which permitted youngsters to "get out of the house" with their bikes dolls! seeks divorce. Bradford, named Court and cause wherein. advance. ,

motored to Tallahassee and skates. Pictured at left above are Nancy and Linda Simmons, young daughters of the Rev. and Countv Telem'anh shall nu bhqhfnlK plaintiff seeks divorce. BrndfordlaGIVES :
Order in next four weekly Display In rlusHirli-d column 73c column
advertising InCh
/ :
Monday where the young ladles Mrs. B. K, Simmons of St Mark's Episcopal Church. as they gleefully tIK out their new scooters alongthe / per
7c( column Inch.
"Witness{ Open display rate: per .,
resumed their studies In the Wo Church/ Street sidewalk. Perhaps the most unusual and, spectacular gift of the season l.t exhibitedat seal at: Starke.' mv hand Florida and this official Dec.(

man's College after spending the right above by Mr and Mi, s. Hogan Smith and family. The sail ship model was a gift to Mr. Smith HI. JSOFICIAL. Contract/ rale' : "SOc per column Inch. (Till discount from *0i) t

holidays with their parents here. from Mike Klnndes and was laden with fruit vegetables, wine a 20-pound. turkey and many other venA'. SEA Clerk) of A.'Bald(J. Thomas Court. I I I period per column of 13 Inch\\e,-ks.allowed) for regular Insertion user maximum t

Marcus F. Brown of Tampa wasvisiting delicacies. At lower left "Santa Claus" Is oven with ten bountiful baskets of food that were distributedto Bv H Crosbv. D. C.
John J. ESQ.. St. Aull'IIallne. -
friends and relatives in needy families by St. Kdward's Catholic Churrh on Christmas! Kve.: Other local churches and civic Florida.Henderson. :Minimum display tiargo: $1.00. No display uils accepted for
Starke last week and Congressman Attvs. for Plf. 12-17 4t 1.7lit lens than $1.00.
organizations likewise distributed baskets through the Red Cross. At lower right little Linda Wasdln, _
R. A. Green returned to
Monday laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Riley S. Wasdiii typl-fles all little girls everywhere, who received dolls Circuit Court. Bradford County' Ads requiring special position: 13c per column Inch.
Washington having spent .'I.l the holidays with his parents Mr. from a generous Santa Claus.. Henry laud Bii-klev., Plaintiff vs. I Legal advertising: WI.40 per column Inch first Insertion; SOC
.
Mantle D. Blcklev. Defendant.
4 and Mrs. W. H. Green. Case No. 7020.) !SEE: t'son per column Inch ea
a blanket." while the editor comments Hints To Housewives J Rites WednesdayFor Order of Publication.to. Appear and Notice FEEDSI1ARIVAREROOFINGPAINTS Rlark face locals: Set In 8 point type ZOo per line; net In 10

26 YEARS AGO : "It will soon be three STATE OF FLORIDA to: point type 25c per lliw. (Count five words. per line.)

years since John Barleycorn was WAYS TO t'SE CITRUS Mrs. RaulersonMrs. Mamie D. Blcklev. whose rest
(From the Jan. 5, 1923 issue)' prematurely reported dead." (In dencn. South Is Hemlock Carolina Station, Cheater damnified! ads: Minimum charge, 45c (cn\en up to 25 Wo"....)

Contplled\ by Elizabeth Raulernon 72, : Additional words Sr'earh. Display heading. of larger type atxe
Lee Holtzendorf these days moonshiners composed You are reauireil l to appear on
Miss Eula Anna Mae Slk<*s died suddenly Tuesday morning Januarv 17th. 1949. In the above AND ALL FARM: .classified' 2.V: per line. An extra charge of 23e I lot made for
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C, F. most of Judge R. A. Green's business C Extension Nutrition Specialist) In local / named Court and cause wherein keyed or blind tail l. or where ad Is to be charged' to person
a hospital. She was the plaintiff seeks divorce. Braclfori l
Holtzendorf and Floyd Green, In court). ( IMPLEMENTSFARMERS' without regular account.
With Florida's big crop of top widow of the l late Andrew J. 'ountv Telegraph shall nllblljhfhlA ]
local attorney. eloped Saturdaylast Mrs. E. R. Neff entertained at Order In next four weekly
hastened to Lake Butler and' quality citrus home-makers have Raulerson. pioneer of Bradford I Reader\ ads memorials poetry cards of thanks resolution

a dancing party Saturday evenIng a wonderful product for line in County and was born August 16, Witness mv hand and official! special) notices. of luncheons, suppers, entertainments, etc. where
A.
were married there by Judge seal at Starke. Florida, this DecOFFICtAL admission I.. 'harA"'t10.\ .. line count & words line .
to
complimentary to her sister.Miss making cokes and biscuits and In 1866. She was a member of the 13. lq48 SUPPLY ( per ( )
C. Strickland. Upon their returnto Willard Bishop ami Miss vegetables and salada. By nb Holiness Church. ( $ SEAL A. J. ThomaiAs Heads above name, If larger than S point 25e per line.
usual
Starke on Tuesday the Clerk of said Court.
Lola Allbrlght.: Some of the means Is the use of healthful Surviving four Bv Haven Crosby D. I.,. 10th &: Cherry Sts. Starke
parental blessing was bestowed / are daughter, ._ __. __ __ ._ ..
_
guests-Misses Ethel Griffin Florida citrus limited to / \ch H. HoilKlaH. 505-507 T.yn'h. n -- --- ------ _
upon the newlyweds.The Lee tasty Mrs. Arthur H. PowelJ Starke; Bid?.. Jacksonville. Florl Board of County Commis- Florence Matthews. Sudie fresh fruit or juice. Home-makers Attvs. for Plf. 12-17 4t 1-7
Mrs. Viola Willis St. Augustine
Margaret Long. Aud..eyJOMs. ; -
Colson in
who use their Imagination combining
sioners have elected E. M. Johns and Messrs. Rae Brlnson.) citrus with other foods will Mrs. Lola Dorlty Jacksonville lot (Iresilt Court Bradford< :
:
of ; BUDGET RIGHT AT
'as county attorney for a term I'l..ri.la in ('hani'i'rV. SET YOUR
two ,ears. Dr. E. L.I Biggs was Gus Beasley Carl Johns Jim Kick- often come up with a winner Try Beach and. Mrs. Pearl Blount Williani Henry NJcora. Plaintiff.vs. .

elected county physician for the liter Jim Godwin. HarolJ Wall. the following. Lawtey; three sons, Willie and De- .Shirlev Case No.Vivian 7031.Oi Nicora.. Defendant -

same term.H. Joe Wainwright, Charley Johns, Orange Di'Mwrt Cake witt Raulerson. both of Starke ..lrr of Publication and Notice'

A. Bishop, proprietor of the and Eugene Corpening. Ingredients: 1 1-2 cups sugar. 1 and Mannie C. Raulerson Jacksonville !STATK O to F Aitiwar F'LORIE At..:

has Advertisement-"There are now and one sister Mra. Kelly Shirley Vivian Nloora.. whose residence
2 beaten p.
Starke Telephone exchange, cup sour milk lightly/ Is: 5207 Bill. Ison Lane,
purchased the Lawtey Telephone being circulated In our county eggs 1-1 teaspoon Halt 1 medium Lane Winter Haven. Baltimore, 6. Maryland:

exchange and reopened it for petitions asking the governor for orange 1-2 cup butter 1 cup I Funeral services, were hold January You are teuUllfed\' anpear the abovenitniMd on -

business. my removal from office. It Is no raisins 1 teaspoon( soda dissolved Wednesday afternoon at the graveside Court a i9 cause, wherein

Harold C. Wall one of the local pleasure to sentence citizens of In milk and 2 cups flour. I in McKinney Cemetery with olai Countv n tiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall Bradford publish STORES

Insurance agents ha disposed our country to the jail but my Select a choice tree-ripened Rev. James Killlngsworth of Law- [hit. Order in next four weekly SUPER

of his business to G. M. Inman solemn oath compels me to do so orange. Grate the fruit slightly. tey officiating. DeWitt C. Jones sM Witness mv hand and official

and J. H. Rltch. Mr. Wall has You knew I was DRY before Cut and squeeze out juice. Do not was In charge of arrangements. seal atoa Starke. Florida this Dec.

not made known his intentions you elected me by your over- take out all the juice as It might 16.I OFFICIAL$ SEAL : Thomas

,. for the future.A whelming majority. I still am make tho cake too moist. Add one- Funeral TuesdayFor Clerk t.:1..ld I Court.
navenAf
Telegraph advertisement says DRY and dry I shall remain.R. .- half cup of sugar to juice and let (Bv'barb's K. Hess.: 201-03. D. C.Ouarant' 113 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE, FLORIDA

"We cover Bradford County like A. Green." stand. Cut out and discard the B. F. Pendarvis Life Bid*.. Jacksonville. \ .....
1'10.\11.
I central core with seeds and grind Altvs for Plf. 12-1 Specials for Friday & Saturday, January 7 & 8

rind and pulp with the raisins Benjamin Franklin Pendurvls! l'\ ('IllS'S ar (.ill it'S'. lilt \II--OHI)

rL I! using medium blade of food chop 65, of Lawley died Sunday after- < Iii %.I't ....(lIIIU'I.... (Ii \?sI We Reserve! The Right To Limit Quantities
noon In a Starke hospital! follow- I.IIVJnlm:
'v per. Cream shortening and sugar \t' (aarlivr Plaintiff, vs.. Euiil -
I' together. Add beaten egga and ing a brief Illness. ,-"* .xmella .larber. Defendant. Case

.. ,.I,, %3 ; ,- I well sifted flour with other dry Surviving are his wlilow Mrs. No 6117.1 OHIIKR OF FlTLlfATIOJ:

Ingredients alternately with the Lula Pendarvla; a son, William AN1> ;NOT1CK; \ TO AI'PKAIlSlate

lI<)uld. Add the orange and raisin Edward PemlarvlM both of Law- ,of whose Florida residence to Eunice\\aynea-AmeliaOaiuttr Delicht f.'EAL.: ft. CMother's

I' mixture last. tey; a stepsister. Mrs. Lassie Car- uuri", Vlrirlnla. 5 23

.to Pour Into an 8x8x2-lnrh pan and tor of Starke; anti a stepbrother January You nte 17 renulred 1919, : in to the appear above on Best GRITS pkg"

bake until well done, or about 45 J. S. Eunice of Lawtey. luuiKMl, Court and cause, wherein

riLL YOUR PRESCRIPTION? minutes In a moderate' oven. After Funeral services were held! Tues- County I'lalntlff: Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publlHh' Bradford this
\
baking and while still hot, cover .day afternoon at 2 o'clock In the Order I In next four. weekly Issues.Vltness .
mix \ mv hanoi. and official,' seal.
with orange juice and sugar Long Branch Baptist Church near at Starke. Florida. this December

ture and. let stand In pan until Maxvltle with Rev. Clarence I j. 1H IS.

juice Is absorbed. Do not dissolve Knight officiating Interment was IUI"I"ICI.1FJ.L. ) A. J. Thomas White Ib.
I \ Clerk of said Court. FLOUR
sugar/ entirely as It should glaze In Long Branch Cemetery under nv Haven Crosby r>. C. Rose 25 1.39
I ,- a of rake Artificially colored II, O. llrown, stnrke, Fla.. R. II. bagS
top the direction of Key-McCabe Fun-,, I luincsn. Jacknonvllla, Fla
fruit should not be used I era! Home Jacksonville.. Attvs. for Plf. 12.17 4t 1-7

Orange/ ('rl"|m : Pall bearers were Albert Starling .! In. Circuit Court,'"Bradford, Count

Ingredients, : 1.2 cup butter, l'' M. r ..,Iolla': In C'hancerv.Kocco .
L. Presi'ott Lonnie Prescott
/ -
1 grated rind of 1 Commia Plaintiff vs. Ro- American
,. cup sugar egg Hewey Austin, Eugene Austin sina" LuDrvito Commisso. Defendnnt. ; cans
f I lemon grated rind of 1 orange, and Max': Grlffls. Case No. 7023. Oil Sardines 3 25
Piihllcutlnn
Order of and Notice
3 cups soft wheat flour 3 tablespoons for

1i orange juice 1-1 teaspoonsoda STATE 01.. VL0PR! 11) A t..:
.
In Court nt ( ..n... .....1..*. llrnil-
and 1-2 baking RoHina LoDresto < > whose
teaspoon fcril < .iiintf. eta.. of "'I..Idft.III Commlsti'1 -
rexiilfni'e. and a<1< : '" Mur-
,
powder. r.. .1I th. Hiut. of Kimmi; Jonea, loccllo., Messina. Italy:
1 TVrfilMfMl1i
r Cream butter. add and You are reaulred! to appear on
sugar '
lli-i- of Kllliic l'.llll.fl Kiir final
I ..... January 17th. 1949. In the above
cream together. Add egg beat Nntto"IkUrlinrfft'* IN hrrvhv Of glv.i K r that< I have' name<1 Court and cause whereinplaintiff I Pure LARD 2

Well Sift flour measure add bake .1.... my anal! rAtnrnft n. vx..cutoriof seeks tUvorct Bradford pZ 39c
: County Teleirranh shall pubU..hIlhls ;
-
4J In? powder and soda. Sift 3 times. the Htitte of Kmmit Jon.'.. il,a. Order iu next four weekly .
; ritMt.il. I Ihut I I have tllvil) my "l" I !.
Combine flour an. mixtures !
egg anil for tin I
Ion for illfftrlltullon
,' also grated peel and Juice. Mix d'urtinrirff.' nml that. on Ohs SI Witness mv hand.l and official
r of Janimry. A. T>..<' 194'>. t will ..11-1 IIpalt atQ Starke Florida this Dec.
.
thoroughly. Make into rolls or ply to the 1I."aM. K K .'. I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
place In molds. Chill till firm. nmn. Countv Juilic of "''''' 12
As Clerk of naid Court.
(',''l,00v. KloHilti fi>r approval" of B&:M olden; oz.
Haven Crosby D. C.
thin slices. Bake at 375
Cut In .
uHld nnnt n-turnn, nnd for nn nr 1rof I Starko. Relish 1 Oc
T. Frank Landrum. Pita
degree Fahrenheit' until crisp. dlnlrlbutlon nntl for flnitl inn. ?
Attvs. for Plf. 1217It: 1In Sweet Corn JarLibby'
1 1IT .-hnrnr nn xriitor of the will ofiKmma _
1. Klnrlito .rnard Beets Jons, .iee.ICI.A. ,
C'lrcult Court Bradford County
'... RTUoiitnr.Dooniber !
Ingredients: 2 cups boiled beets, J. .ma. FIorlIaI: : In ('han erv.
cubed. 2 teaspoons. butter, 1-2 tablespoon IT 1911. 1J-31U1-21 Charles i Palmer I UcJaoet', Jr.J'laintiff -

I cornstarch (flour may be In Clrrult (....... Bradford ('na".,.. VR. Paiiline. f s<" No.Ladspn 702SOrdrr Belaer.Pefinclant. .
uxcdl. 1 1-2 tablespoons sugar 1 Klnrlilai In ('....iM..nr.Hulh of Publication: and' Notice 14 oz.
Kiidm-krr, Plaintiff' vs. to Am..r
Oulr 19
ale .
1-2 tablespoons sugar 1.2 cup I NlrholitH Kilwnrd Hoil..cker, L>..- ST.\TE O ..' 1'uItIDA to: Catsup
1. Four year or more of college training orange Juice. dash of lemon juice : foncliint. O ase Nn. 71HH.Orilrr Pauline Lads.*n Belser, whose residence bottle
I Of PnbllriiflnKmd. >o.liSTATR -. and address Is: 412 6th
2. Licensure! by the taM grated rind of 1 orange ( morn or 1.. "p5eur 241. I llilntlniThurMT. Indiana:
less), salt and small amount ofbeet tl K. FLORIDA to: You are reQllrp.11) nopear on
3. Many more years of experience! NlrliolAH' Kifwarit ]toil.ck..r. whopnrinl Januarv 17th. 1949. nth.. above
juice. '.'- 4. Knowledge of a scars of telenets Melt butter, add cortuitarch or 157th. Slroot. Jamali-a II. N. Y : plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
You are r..iulrFil to appear on Countv Telesraoh hall Dubll"h White Sea TUNA FISH 35c
., :,. Knowledge of thousands of drugs and chemfealsit. flour and sugar. Stir In juice January Slth. 1949. In the abov this Order iu next four wSHvi1tnes .. - -
gradually. Continue stirring! until named. Court and cause. whmlnplaintiff
z Knowledge of thousands of sovrce of supply Official
hand..and.
bolls.. Add beets and leave pneka dlvuro and r Htor mv
same ,
S of the advances of the Ion of nMlilon tmmio. Rratfforilroitnty seal at Starke. Florida this Dec.
j 7. Constant, conscientious study until It becomes a rl'-h 'ted. T..I..h. shall ftnMlah titheOr'l'or
medical and pharmaceutical sciences In next four w,..k1v Iflauifa. t$1&AL SFAT.) t.:1: Thomas NECK BONES Ib.I 15c
Wit,.... mv hanoi and official ...1.1I Clerk .Id t.ourt.liv Meaty t - -
l .. And-our ever-present desire to give you the finest pro IN .UKCKAFT SERViCE: I at 'ark... Klorlilit, this I)..c"ntbiir H"VI1't' CrobV. D
StRrk..
11. 1545.OFFICIAl.. 'V. Frank Landruin. ) Pita
\. fessionol service possible Perry Kite Jr.. seaman apprentice I ( SFAtA.. .r Thom.. AtIv,. for 1'lf. 12.11 4t i.Y

I USN. son of Perry Kite of Or Itavon An fronby.Clerk of. laid Court. la CIrcuit C*.... Hradfvrd f.naty,

f Prescription Called For & Delivered Starke Is serving In Fleet Air I T. Frank : ;,t'sf rkA Florida.Attya. .'10.....' !. (.".....,.. SLICED BACON lb. - .. 49cSEE
I for Plf. ll-" 4t 1-14 Harry hayes: liny wood. Jr Plaintiff
craft Service Squadron 109 at the ve. Shirley RolfHaywooil; Defendant. ;

Naval Air Station. Roosevelt In rirrmtt C..r.. Hra.,., i'1'1. PHONE 53R Klnrlrfat. !. c"....,,.. Order Of P.fcllr..l.. Aa : : Road. P. R. Kite entered the Ola Sullivan smith PlaIntiff. v.. Tm Ar.'.. TilE JACKSONVILLE: JOURNAL AND FLORIDA TIMES-UNION
Naval service Jan. 23. 1946 and Kenneth. K. Smith Defendant. C... STAT OF FLORtnA to:
Shirley Rolfe Ilaywood. whoae re>l-
70.m
received his recruit training at Nn.Order Ol r.MI.-. U. A.4 Ne 4I..* dence and addreae la ISIS Mnntlcello -
the Naval Training Center. Great .T. A w*** Av.n... Peteraburv. Virginia: FOR OTHER SPECIALS
Koch Drug Store STAT OP FLORIDA to: You required I to appear on
Lakes 111. Before entering the Kenntth K. Smith whoae reaidence J. .y..t 1945, In the above
Navy he attended Bradford High I. unknown named Court and cauae wherein
You are required to appear on plaintiff ...... divorce. Bradford
ii:!" 'I School. January 14th. 114, In the above, County Telegraph .hall publish this
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JANUARY 7. 1M9! BRADFORD COl'NTY TKLEGK.tPII. STAKKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEV

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were business visitor.* to L :': I fo'lwlnT' 'n emergency appen-
Training Class Presbyterian ChurchThe I To Appear At Gospel Tabernacle SoonMrs. City on ThursdayMiss dlciti. o.-jeratton; on New Year's

Church News State, Farni > removed from the
day. Ala \vu
To Be Held At First Presbyterian Church Ernestine Moore of Jack
OX"1''.n tent on Monday morning
} sonville the weekend with
will hold IU usual morning services spent
Methodist ChurchA By Mm. Bryan Uhltfl.-l." in the
and Is rtfltlnA comfortably
r her parents' Mr. and Mrs. W.'Fred :;
In continuation
Baptist ChurchHow at 11:00: a.m. Moore. Alachui County Hospital, Gaines
training class under the of sermons based upon the miracles ville. Her oldest brother Pvt.
Our community was shorkod Mr and Mrs. J. S. Eunice Sr.
of Jesus, the topic for this
leadership of Mrs. E. C. Keboch Rex Brooklns of Ft Jackson
many ways are there of Sunday will be the restoration of s and saddened by the siiilricn death had as their Christmas holiday
salvation? Man has will at the Methodist S. C. arrived this week to visit
many ways begin the widow's son. Those :who attend of Mrs. M. R. Holmes. Sympathy guests their daughters Mrs. Ben-

but God has only one. What la Church on Sunday afternoon at will enjoy a fine solo by .la extended to Mr. Holmes and nett Green of Louisiana, Mrs. Joe her.

this "Way"? Hear this messageat to the other member of the bereaved Lane of Deland. Miss Eula Mae
3 o'clock. The classes will con- Mrs. Edward Charbonneau. Con- R. C. Gray, Jr., Baptist Pastor

the First Baptist Church Sun. tinue Monday through Thursdayat gregaUonal meeting at 11:45.: family. Eunice of Gainesville, and Miss has announced that a Baptist

day morning at 11 o'clock by the Sunday School classes beginat Sunday night Mr and Mrs J. Selma Mae Eunice of Jacksonville Adult Training Union will be held
7:00 The title of the
:
Pastor Rev. Lewis D. p.m.
Haines."Man'lI 9:45: a.m. Members of the adult at R. Chastocn and Miss Madge Mr. Eunice Is suffering from a each Sunday evening from 6:30to : (

Ways and Coda Way." course la "Teaching Children". class will welcome the return of Browntee of Starke accompanied foot Injury he received In an 7:30: p.m. In the Church Auditorium -
The choir .will be directed by Mrs. All who Interested In children automobile accident. We wish for
are C. M. Turney who could not be '3tMR".4 Jimmie Chiuiteen to Jacksonvilleon beginning Sunday January -

Ethel at Biggs the Hammond.with Mrs. Mona Can. and the art of teaching should present last Sunday. The Sunday his way to Atlanta Ga. fora I him a speedy recovery. 9. Initial studies shall be

ova attend. Mrs. Keboch has had a School Is pleased to report the physical tent before enteringthe I John Wyrlck Is spending a few from the Boon of Acts.

Sunday evening the Happy Houi wide experience in teaching trainIng fine work being done by Miss Naval Air' Cadet Corps.Mr. days In Tallahassee with his son- Waldon B. Wadsworth left Tues-

of song and request chorus singIng courses and we are fortunateto Mary Lou Durshtmer and her class and Mrs. Calvin Williams in-law and daujI"hter.fl']\ and Mrs. day for Baltimore Md. after
at 7:30 will feature the piano- and their and Hubert Chas. Carter. While there he will several with his
have her with us at this time of little folk son, Ronald spending days
organ-duo of Mr!!. Morse and Mra. Williams Tallahassee attend the inauguration of Governor Baltimore he
Mrs. Keboch will be the guest Senior Choir rehearsal begins of visited family here. From ,
Mann with the Pastor
leadingthe Mr. and Mr. W. H. Williams Warren. Merchant Marine
will ship with a
The the speaker at the 7:30: hour Sunday promptly at 7 p.m. on Wednes-
singing. message by from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stahler of vessel bound for Italy. Monday
Pastor will be "Come" the Invitation evening. In order not to conflict with
days
Mr.. Q. P.
Mrs. W. W. Fish and children Jacksonville, former residents of evening, Mr. and
of the Word. Sunday School The pastor has chosen for his I Prayer Meeting at 7:30: in the Wadsworth had guests,
and John of were friends as supper
Randall 3rd Jacksonville Lawtey greeting
Katherine Rommen of the Rev Horace Same, Missionary
meets. at 9:43: and Training Un sermon subject Sunday morningat
Chapel. The power of prayer can I were guests of Mr. and here on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson
Ions at 6:15.Tuesday: the 11 o'clock hour, "The Sec- never be underestimated and it is Missionary Alliance will be at I Alliance Group missionary to Anderson and Mike of
Mrs. J. O. Randall from Wednes- Lyle son,
Palestine will bo at the Gospel Miss Aileen Starling, a student
evening at 7 o'clock ond Mile. especially good for those who the Tabernacle Tuesday night, Starke.
I until Sunday when
Tabernacle Monday night, Jan. day they returned nurse at Riverside Hospital, spent
the showing of Religious Moving All are cordially Invited to at- love the Lord and feel the need Jan 11, at 7:30: o'clock to speak 10, at 7:30: o'clock :with slides home with Mr. Filth who the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barkadale.
tend all of these services. In the
will be resumed the or of His to share
any guidance
pictures by
and show slides of missionarywork I of Interest to all. The public leInvited was here for the day. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Starling. Mr. and Mrs Robert Barksdale
Pastor. From the life of Christ There Is a class for all In privilege of worshipping together.
ages in China. The public Is invited I to come see how God Is Mr. and Mrs L. Dtirdon had as Mrs E. Mike Futch was calledto and little daughter. Barbara Sue
and Mary a "Woman to Remember" the Church School which meetsat rehearsals held
Junior Choir are
of Starke, were Thursday night
i working In Palestine visitors during the pout week Macolenny Friday because of
Also will be shown for those 9:45: each Sunday morning. on Thursdays at <4:00<: p.m. We are Mr. and Mrs. Rosntter Misses the sudden death of her mother, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

who failed to see it New Year'seve glad to welcome the new mem- Eva and June Pat. Mrs. Alva Mrs.' J. W. Home. Miss Betty Home

the pictures of "A Trip toCuba" CHURCH OF GOD bers ;who are joining and look St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Christian ChurchJ. Holland, Mr. and Mrs George Miss Harvey.Omega Dukes of West left on Monday for F. S. U. Tal-

by the Pastor. 8th & St. Clair SU. forward to an organization which Lewis and their two daughters Palm Beach, Miss Driggers, and lahassee, after enjoying a holiday -
Mid-week service will be held : will not only be pleasant but also B. E.: Simmons, B. D., Vicar B. Dixon, Pastor and Miss Lunette Durdon, all of vacation at home.
Rev. L,. S. WIlUams, Pastor Pete Dukes of Lake Butler were I
Wednesday' at 7:15: with regular School 10 a.m. of lasting value to the members, Friday January 7th Sunday school 10, a.m. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. recent visitors In I.awtey. I The Sunbeam Crew of the
church conference the Sunday to the church and to the worldIn 8 "Great Scenes from Sunday morning service 11
being pro- Sunday :Morning Worship 11 a.m. p.m. A. C. Carlton and Alton Carltonof Rev. and Mrs. Ballard Wilson. I Southern Railway Special, who
gram for the evening. which we live. Great Plays". Radio Station a.m. "Punishing Fault Finders"Sunday
last
Gainesville. their winter schedule
Sunday Evening Service 7 p.m. and son Billy returned to Lawtey i began
Thursday evening at 7 p.m. T. P. E. Service Tuesday 7 p.m. Let us strive to make this New WRUF. evening service 7:30 With a group or other members last Friday evening after a week's" month are comfortably located

the Brotherhood of the church will Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p.m. Year a truly better New Year. Sunday January 9th p.m. "Getting Back to God"Midweek of the Ralford Baptist Church visit with Mrs. Wilson's motherIn during lay-over periods at the

hold its monthly meeting.A With renewed faith in God and 10 a.m. Church School. Nurs- prayer meeting Wed- Mra. J. M. Bradley attended a Talladega, Ala. I, home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
In Hi Holy Word, let us strive ery, Kindergarten and Primary nesday evening at 7:30.Children's :: .
corttlai Invitation Is extendedto CONGREGATION union meeting of the Now River V J. Rape returned to his work Collins.
for departments In the Par- Hour, Friday at 3:30,
all to meet at any of these METHODIST; CHURCH I earnestly to work together Association at Beulah Church here after spending the holiday Walter Recher accompanied M.
services for /worship I the common good and to live as ish House. Junior and Intermediate p.m.Young Friday with his father, B. J. Rape of W. flirt on his large transport
Services every Saturday night, God would have us live. departments In the People's group, Friday
Valdnnta, Ga. truck to New York City last
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kelly of
church. evening at 7:30: m.Women's .
CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday morning and Sunday night, John Warren Kaufman, pastor. p Ocllla, Go. were visitors of Mr. C. B. Bennett of \Miami\ wasvisiting week.
11 a. m. and 8 m., at Congregational 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Council meets every
p. In lost week.
and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Wednesday Lawtey Bessie of Ft.
Mrs. Bryant My-
the Rev. S. W first Thursday of the month at
sermon by
Mass 10 Methodist Church on
Sunday a.m. At The Tabernacle"Showers 2:30.: and Thursday of last week. Mrs Ruth Rarthlow, Miss, Effie ers, l Is visiting her sister Mrs:
Sunday School 11 a.m. Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Grif- Creamy Barthlow, Miss Betty Jo John
Thursday January 13th Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace had M. L.. Watterson and other relatives -
Week Day Mass 8:30: ...m. fls. Pastor. Of Blessings" were 7:30: p.m. Cub Leaders TrainIng ns their J"UelltldurinA': the New son and George Barthlow of Mid- here. On New Year's Day,

4e.!! _- - -,-.- -- experienced by the Tabernacle School. St. Mark's Parish Year holidays Mrs. Isabel Ed- dleburg were guests of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Watterson Misses

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE congregations at all services Sun House Lake GenevaBy wnrdo, Mr and Mrs. Dan Bryant, n rthlow'. winter. Mrs. Mae Wells, Harvcne Watterson and Mae Ward

day. Eight students, accompaniedby The church is open dally for Mr. and Mrs. R. A,, Well and Sunday .afternoon. and Frederick Watterson enjoyed

teachers from Tennessee Tem- prayer and meditation.The Blanche Cunningham Misses Mary Wells, Jean McCall Mills Marguerite Wainwright. a'finning trip to Cedar Keys.
Tenn., returned to FSU In Tallahasseelast
"la The Heart of Town And In The Hearts ple College Chattanooga at three ,services. Candle- and Joan and Nancy Mynlhan, all Tuesday after spending the Mrs. Mary Flora Brannen, of
were present annuals Eplhany of Jacksonville
Jacksonville was a visitor here
of The People"A Music, testimonies and messages light service of St. Mark's Epis- Bill Finley and son, Johnny holidays with her parents. Mr
Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell, and Misses last Thursday.
I were given at each service. At copal Church will be held on Sun. of Columbus, Ga. are guests of and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright
Juno and Peggy Caldwell were Miss Norma spent.
Southern Baptist Church For All People 3 p. m. a special meeting was day, January 16, at 7:30: p.m. In Mr. and Mrs. T M. Flnley. Henry Bennett spent the holidays Sweeney
held which was attended by groupsof the church. The young people and Elmer Forsytho returned home in GalncNvlllo Thursdny. In Miami with his parents,, Thursday night and Friday with
I New Year holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Dodd and
from Mr.' and Mrs. C. B. Bennett.Hampton.
and older
youth ones Church School of the Church will from Connells-
GIISMorBlDg' Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams
Sunday School Oi43 Training Unions were family at Keystone Heights.
Lawtey and Lake Butler. It was have charge of the service to
Pa. where he the holi-
? vllle. spent Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams and .
Hour 1:30 Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Simmons
Worship Evening a joy to witness the enthusiasmof which all members and friends of days. He Is employed by the Hudson -
their children James and Kathryn
11:00 Wed. Mid-Week Service 7:3 these students in their Chris- St. Mark's are Invited to attend. Paper Corp. at Palatka. Mrs. of Milton., Additional Sunday- of Richmond, Va., .were visiting

tian :work.This The offering at that service ;will Forsythe and children will returnat friends here Wednesday. They
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Williamswere
fine be used to the new Episcopal were en route to South Florida
MORNING SCBJKCTt "Man's Ways and God's Way" Friday night a groupof support a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Steward By 1'11'11.' M. C. SweesieyMm. for a two week's vacation.
Church radio "Great
"The Miller Music hour
musicians, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe returned of Jacksonville.Mr. .
"Come'' .
EVENING SUBJECT
: Makers" will come down from Scenes from Great Plays. Mrs. Nlta Johnson spent several
and Mrs. Leslie
home Monday after spending Bradley!
Tuesday, 7 p. m., Religious Moving Picture "A Woman To Jacksonville to be at the Taber- The Church Service Center located several days In Miami with and their son, Johnny, of Ralford .. John If. Parker days lout week with her brotherD.
In the service. Parker 60 wife Prevatt and family In Marietta.
nacle to take part Mrs. Maydelle ,
Remember" on the property of St.Mark's their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. spent the pant weekend with Mr
Among the Instruments playedwill of John H. Parker, Hampton and Mary Katharine
and Mrs J. M. Bradley. Jerry
-- Episcopal Church and used and Mrs. Walter' Forsythe. They
be accordion, guitar, violin, merchant, died Sunday midnightat Wad worth. of Waldo have been
J. A.Bouvler ,
When Mr. and Mrs. ,
"Visit The Church With The Visiting during the war as a center for also went to Marathon for a
etc. her home here after lengthy
Pasl.r"V cow bells a recent visitors here
....- ... -,- .. ... - recreation for men and womenIn brief visit with Mr. Forsythe'sfather returned from their aervlcea heldIn
The N. L. E. A. National Committee our armed services will be C. J. (Dad) Forsythe, whoIs Christmas vacation with relatives illnesa. Funeral were Miss Martha Home was the

i I Meeting! Is In session this known hereafter as St. Mark's spending the winter on the In Miami and In McIntosh last the Baptist Church at 2 o'clock weekend guest of Miss Ruth Sib-

weekend and an outstanding Parish House. This wan the decision keys :with his son and daughter- Thursday they were accompaniedby Thursday afternoon, with Interment ley In Theressa

. FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVICE speaker will be selected from this of the vestry of the churchat in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles For- Mrs. Cecil McRae and Andre', I In Hampton Cemetery besidesher Miss June Recher spent several
to bring the Friday evening Patricia and Eleanor McRae who Mrs. Parker In survived
group their monthly meeting In the sythe, I days last week In Jacksonville

FOR SHOE REPAIR message Rectory on Wednesday evening Mrs. J. Bee7.tr and son, Louis, I were" their luncheon guests I husband, by six children homestead ,, with her father, Julius Recher.
Onard Parker
Next Monday and Tuesday according to an announcementof of PunxHutawney, Pa. arrived Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brnnnon I three sons, Hamptonltes are attending the

evenings two missionaries, one the Rev. B. E. Simmons, VIcar here Saturday to spend the winter I visited Mina Paulino Brannnn In Herschel Parker, Hampton, Revival at Long Bridge Christian

from Palestine and one from The building has been used with Mrs. Boozer's brother, Hugh Jurkflonvllle New Year's OilY Dennis Parker, Flint Michigan; Church which Is being conductedby
The Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry Pick-up three daughters, Mrs. Opal Smith,
China with messages and picture by St. Mark's Church since the Lucas. Mrs Hugh Barrett and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Houvler wentto Mich. Evangelist 13111 Piper, who helda

Trucks will pick up and deliver all shoe repair slides, will be here to bring up-to- close of the war as their parish son, Andrew, of Pittsburgh, accompanied Jacksonville Monday to Bpcncl und Mrs.Mrs.Dorothy Dimple Lee Brown, Flint Hampton., large two weeks meeting here
I Information of these strategic several hours with their friends,
date house, but the name was nev..rchanged. them here and after a last August.Earle
work any place on their routes. points in the world today. The change of name will brief visit with Mrs. Barrett returned Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rptlng, who Another son automobile, Clyde Parker accidentnear was Avars, of Ludington,
hilled In
Don't miss any of these important give a unity to the whole program to her home. Andrew will were en route from "'t. Myers to an Mlrh., a friend of Miss Florence

meetings. of the Episcopal Church In Starke, remain for a couple of weeks before their home. In Spartunburg, S. C. Miami, several years ORO.A also Van Alatlne, left Monday aftera

ALL WORK GUARANTEED according to the Rev. Mr. Simmons entering the University of Mrs. I.. .. Chapman and Mrs. number of grandchildren ,week's visit with the Van Al-

CIIL'RCH OF CHRIST: Pennsylvania to Study law Mrs. M. 1'':. Grlnpr went to JnvkHonvllle survive. of the Com- stifle family He was accompaniedto

Barrett Is the daughter of Mr. with Mr, and Mm. Bouvier. Sincere sympathy Pearson Ga. by Miss Van
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS week's vlHlt with munity Is extended the bereaved
Bcczer. Following Alstine, who will re-enter schoolthere

Biggs & Baker Shoe Shop Church Service 11 a.m, Sunday lOtli St. sad Temple Ave. Mrs. Arnold CarUon and Mrs.B. Dr. and Mrs D. I.. Nix, Mrs. L. J. ones.JlrtN.klll". after a holiday vacation.

I Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun- Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; MornIng Cunningham were binilnenir Sharpe and Roilney White returned Daughter) Improve. mil Fred Whidden, who will go

dayBible Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic / to their home In Commerce, Martha Sue, nine-year-old with him to Michigan to visit his
Starke Fla. callers In Palatka and East Palat
105 E. Call St. la Wednes- .
Study every Ga.
I Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ka Monday laughter of Mr. and Mrs! Orville 311 rents.Mr. .
day at 7:45: welcome Monday.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Nix attendedthe Brook Ins, bi I showing Improvement and Mrs. T C. Christine

and Mrs. Wayne Major of Orange Bowl game In Miami after being critically have been visitors to Lake City

Jacksonville spent New Year'sat New Year's Day, 111 with bronchial pneumonia. anti Jacksonville this week.
their home here on the lake.

H.( 0 M E S I KITCHEN( BEDROOM ByTN Among those attending the Inauguration . . .

THE LEADER 8'IfaT9'106't7 5ne7J In Tallahassee Tuesday

IN A were Mrs Leonard T. M. Finley Hamm.and Mr. and Lawtey

ctos R" ... II. Fetch.
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LIVING ROOM BEDROOM
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I34' 27' u'T112'7'' QUICK RELIEF FROM
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Symptom*f Distress Arising from session last Monday night at 8 MODERATIONIn

di. STOMACH ULCERS o'clock! The old Council wan railed
N+ ?s to order and the business of the the expense, but the utmost insincerity

e m Suggested Floor I'lan DUE TO EXCESS ACID I last year was. completed. Of Importent's -
; Free BookY. .o f Nom.Tr..tnl.nlthet courtesy, and thoughtful-
[ wan the enacting of an
Mutt Help' or It Will Co.t You Nothing
ordinance. the utility tax ordinance accorded the affairs of needin
in
'. Over three million hottliniof the WII.I.AHII'NMATMBMT ness
have ben mold for riillef., of that was voted down by the
25'xiQ1ft ..mo'.m.ottl'.r.-.r.na' from Stomach voters.. After the old business was our Service.
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-- -!" a_.ln M. Heartburn. SlMplninMt, .aCl., newly elected Mayor 0
._ Hulilon. .. trlult,. C. JONES
dun to( "I"! III .y. DeVVITT
& PRICE- A.k fur VIIUrd'. M......" wlilrta/ fully>> J. Anders, was worn In and
II .119. ..Vlal..o Ells tr..tr- -.. he. In turn administered. .hn oath

KO.CII DIttO STORE to L, H. Mill, Clerk, W, K Hammock (Phone 7 Starke Fla.

., I Marshall and Sidney Shu- Funeral Director Ambulance Service

ford, II. C. Harley and L. IfKutch .
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'" .... .. I an Councilmen for two Our local funeral home enables na to offer conveniences and
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Jim i; man and J. E. Wall, Jr.' vice furnish the highest type service at lowest prices an.1uc..pt
Young man hanre lo further chairman. The chairman appointed
.Issued ANY
ANY life insurance policy In force by
Yes-you can really own a home of your own for a full your ...._all..n and opportunities Councilmen Shuford, Morley, and funeral.
price that is no more than the usual down payment! to get ahead font art your Dlnklns as members. of the Fin- company, an payment la part or In full oa a
OTHER MODELS In the new V. M. Army and I If.H. Consultation carries no obligation.
Think what this means no mortgage hanging over [ance Committee and COllncllm..nHarley.
Air Foree. You owe It 'OJ your
:your head no more, monthly rent payments. Here future to InvmilKatfl full detail Wall and Shufonl on the

is a home you can call your own! TO CHOOSE FROM today! You ran get the 1"'Mt of Street Committee. .
training under the) numt ..klllc. "The Leader" is an eye-appealing, cozy little home thatis world. For Indies, before the Council In to
.per In In the regard Indian PalmistTELLS
inexpensive to furnish! easy to heat and economicalto Sample homs {5 now on dispUyfor other models with tab thrre/'s opportunity for education I parking on the highway. After Madam Mary ---

Leep up. The quality of materials is unsurpassed because up to 1150 tqujre feet of Hodn space. Inspect them I and rapid ulvttmfiune 'discussing the business of the

it has been fabricated from SELECTED GOVERNMENT youfelf and >e-tn* quality, seasoned maferfafs whicfi In th m. fln. ..riranl/.atl<>n4, the : town at length the Council adjourned PAST 9fiB PROBLEMS
\V\J & the WAF'.It's agrandand ,
BUILDINGS which have been constructed to : to meet the first Mon.
each home'-contains! .., glorlou feeling to know :
meet ngid Federal building standards. '. <-, '..-. .' that you urn really un the road ; day In February.Rev. PRESENT EIR:( OF DIVORCE
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Exterior walls of drop siding applied over J4 inch to a> successful. career. You'll I II
are O. V. Lee Mrs.. T. J.
insulation and mounted on 2 x 4 studs 18 inches on BUILDING i MATERIAL work folk. Ilk with. yourself congenial. who' are rx.le. amMUoim ,< i Terry Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck, Mrs. AND P l AND

center. The roof is of 1 inch T&G applied on 2 :x 8 rafters. and lntrese In buildIng : Joyce T. Futch, and Misses Gayle

The floor is of 1 inch T&G over 2x8 joists. A fresh Pipe *nd' Fititinri Plumbing'Fixtures a socura future for tliomolve Moore Ruth and Joanna Lee, FUTURE lv m MARRIAGEShe

coat of paint is applied to the entire building and a Electrical Frutui Attic Fans'. *. Leadership l I.. at a premium Delyn Crews, Shirley Hammock
lhee days.,& you ran leayn., and Mary Julia Futch attended book.
in completing like an open
suggested floor plan furnished to guide you lobes IradM'rthriugh ilueo the Baptist Quarterly meeting at will read your entire palm

the interior. tloruU opportunities of the new Beulah Church last Theyfunll' muting articles.
Friday. and
location of lost relatives
"The Leader as SEASONED LUMBER Army and Air Force' Talk It
today to see
Visit Camp Blending over frankly will, a tralnwl-prr-. girls, accompanied at the

well as the entire street of model homes now on display. sonnet expert, your U.M. Army piano by Mary Julia Futch sang O.MSISIT IS ALL THAT IH NKCESSARV:

THROUGH SATURDAY 0:00 A. M. TO 5:00 P. M. -' and V. H.Air Force ICerrultrr.He's two beautiful selections.
OPEN MONDAY at the V. M. Army and The ladles of the Baptist Missionary Satisfaction< GuawiUXHl All Reat1JoJrl ConfidentialPrivate

U. M. Air Force' Recruiting Station Union enjoyed a Christmas -

lormtml. at the font OfTle party on Tuesday at the Rooms For White And Colored

Bid*., Btarke, f'..., earn Monday home of Mrs. G. V. Lelt. After
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ARMY CAMP' WRECKING CORP.MANY O him at 9 a.once m. about till 12 enlisting noon Mre Ins the delicious covered dish luncheon Next to NIte Owl Night Club On Jac; Hiway

each member received a
> career with a future. the Hand Sign Starke, Ha.
for

CAMP BLANDING P. O. BOX 569, STARKE, FLA. PHONE STARKt 64T I I I I beautiful Mr. and gift.Mrs.. O.V.. Durham Watch



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What kind of a y_r Man 1018? I
Bradford Countlans might well
pause to aak themselves this ,

question as Father Time turned

another page last Friday, closing; .L
the door for all time on a year y r.yWl tj% ,
of strange. conflicts and contra- I f 1N
dictions.As k s' 1 1a 1l'

was the case throughout the 7
ration, the oft-predicted business :
slump failed to materialize as

BRIGHTEST "SPOT on the local horizon Is ,the early completion of an ilmenite mine on the
An old Chinese proverb .says Camp EXCESS WATER seemed to be one of the most distressing problems on all fronts. Pictured above Is
Blanding reservation. Pictured above Is the already completed mill unit
of the
P dry
one Mine
operation.
fffNtt one picture Is. worth a thniiM- a. submerged house near Keystone Heights where high' water has threatened a section of Road 100 for
I should be ready for operation by March and anticipated'payroll is around $300,000
and ,,"o..tI... The pU'lurm on thispsyUe annually. more than a year, causing the Road Department to wage an almost constant fight to keep the road
> gleaned from the Telegraph's 1 1se bed above water The Board of County Commissioners and the School Board both faced "water problems"

I "morgue", hell| tell the that were yet unsolved. The scenes below show water standing on the school grounds at BHS. Studentsget
wtory of 1048 In Starke and llradnrd I their feet wet coming to class, sit all day in soggy shoes, catch cold. Thus another headache for
County. II I I.ruoa lalll oaINgplpl' the harried School Board which sees no Immediate solution for the expensive project of underground

w A AwawCFARCIA drainage. Scene below shows flooded condition In east:: Starke which County Commissioners hope to

mont Starke merchants reported UI y $ JFLORIDA relieve by widening Alligator Creek to Sampson Lake If and when drainage wells are dug to take the

gains over the previous year. I surplus water off underground.

Deposits In the Florida Bank TALUH.IISLLnpnannt !; ... .
at Starke showed a Blight decline p aaClpraA/ ,LAC ILL6UNIIIII --.. rt._ ''-' < :V"I ""iI'W.ll'( :"" n.+ .' u"---
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from 2181867.13 at the close of

business on Dec 31, 1017 to $2- latin p c.,. rr ",.,
019,769 at the clone of business, it NI
Drc. 31, 1948 But W. B. Sewell, YOUNG RUN OF THE' YEAR: STAKE aiatalgmue
S president of the Institution stated, Doyle Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs,
however, that this showing was Leon Conner of Starke, who, m t pY1r1l"
".4 "quite good" In comparison with brought distinction to himself and I rprASn/uAap

figures throughout the nation. his community with his electionas
Bradford Countlans found them National President of the Fu

fives still In possession of enough ture Farmers of America. NIMN1 Usury OIAU kha Sinus NYTNI MAC 1 a .t... ., !
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surplus cash to Invest $88,61250 n AAAnIpripy b E't t
in Government Bonds through the
\ bank, for which they received ,

necurltles( with a face value of

I :$118I O.00. NpN n I' iiA

Stamp sales at the pout office ,Mss bpejf tw NUSTARKE n_ _
srhowed a surprising gain of 1. { 1"=iNAxa _
263.31( which Postmaster F. F. tapir
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Stump could not explain, but AIr
nevertheless considered "very! en rWnuNAAyIn
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couraging". Stamp SKIps| for the AMPA .,
MAIN NRns
year just closed totaled, $2064952 ,- I ...... ,'
as compared with 22. I I426.21,1n LRSBURG I 'j"",
1917, I ..rro.4
( aof
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That Bradford Countlans bore I i 7 lee ma TIIK MAN WITH A IIOK (depicted CAPS AND GOWNS: were worn

,.,,'oltt good will toward their here by James Ilornsby, by more young men and women

friends and neighbors Is witnessed .. .. STARKE FOUND ITSKLF; definitely "on the map" as Road 200 was veteran Bradford County farmer than ever before as the GI bill
I, by the fact that 41,400 "cent and designated part of U. S. 301. Evidence that" the town would become had a tough year. Some said it of rights enabled many to obtain y A'1r a4'i
half" sold !! was "the wettest and driest yearon higher education who could not ''i iif
m. stamps were during more "tourist conscious" was seen as Chamber of Commerce was revIved -
the Christmas for record". Farmers were hinderedby otherwise do BO. Chris Carratt, .
season use ongreeting and steps were taken to perk up and make Starke more attrac- .
cards. Several thousand a wet fall and winter,climaxed son of A. H. Carrat of Starke, .. .. ,
: tive and entertaining for the winter visitor.STARKE. AdI
additional cards were mailed with ( by a sudden dry spell as crops epitomize the half hundred Brad '

3 cent stamps, of course. were! maturing. fordites now getting college ed- .. .
ucations.
Postal savings at year's end X
totaled $$321,366, a decline from .
the peak of $429,063 reached during -

the Camp Blandlng period,
but still a nice gain over the $90,
pflO on deposit In the post office
here In the pre-Blanding era.
In spit of a discouraging form .' I wt
t year, the county seemed to be ...

-I folding Its own financially and the .. .
nonrto-be-reallzed operation of

an ilmenite mine, offering em ..i
ployment for from ISO to 200 men, .

f formed a very bright spot on the : ..!::...-- ..". ."
horizon. Already, during the period .' ,", :,M "
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of construction the
mine
payroll ., ..
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). was priming the trade cnunnfls '. f.. "v.1iF, .' '. .
of Starke with around $6,000( ; "<' ''': '. .'
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M week, mid the prospect of more ,. i.j .. ;
to 'ome. : .\. /.m' .&... '
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The farmer hAd It tough. Strawberries / lfi'x ,. -; r e 4.
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which in more favorable Ii
wawons have brought clone to t." K "- ALTHOUGH STRAW'HKRRIES: brought only $115.000: to the county

half a million dollars to growers, I. 4M1 '" last year, growers always enter the new year with high hopes. Pic
KtvHHfd only $119,000 due to one tured above is Market Manager Ralph Alvarez receiving some beauti-
I of the most unfavorable growing fully-packed crates of early fruit from grower Clayton Crawford.

nraaons on record. Rainfall that \ .

exceeded! twlre the normal figure 1IVADI'OKI\ ) PROPERTY owners : :;

kept the soil almost untlllable (typified by farmer Joe Grlffls( ) kF1I'. .
from early fall until late spring, got a shock In November when 0 +It
causing thousands of dollars loan they found their taxes up ap- : POLITICIANSwere a ,R ,

to growers in rotted seed and proximately :37 percent over previous running allover

replanting operations. Sweet corn, year Keeping pace with w the place ..Iwys yS.
which in a good year can bring rising costs everywhere, Bradford t. with more In the
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lone to $30,000 into the county, County government now costa "IiIII i-: '" spring primariesthan "
.ant totaled man, and child .. .. .- ever be-
year only $18.7:10.110.: ( every woman .. .. -IP
nrwr fore. Runner at
Other crops( were similarly off. $1 UIt,<> annually
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left Is Gene } .
Hut If the farmer had a little
Long, who was
to remember
favorably concerning
candidate for .
t \ 1918, he could face 1049 with f'Utl01": THK: EAR WitH HIP "rta"'r. l T-1."ids' PJ..",,-..> hli-e' "Hfii Tax a Collector.

( at Jlcnxt one Important bright an estimated loss of 100000. The plant Is still in operation In smaller
isjMilUn bis future: Bradford County
r quarters and at year's end there was Borne tats o< iu.iui,,),.
la getting some 20 miles of
1 new hard-surfaced farmtomarket ".72".II r:1..-__" ....,.... ."".... __ ____ ,. .. rL 3
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road. *: L-im { ,..... 0 :.. -. ': '.: ,:'N'
At year's end i7 .r: )
experts were pre- -.-..... tt. :r" 1.
fitting lower food costsbut earlier

'In 11)1'1) Bradfordites paid ass '. .. .1
"fcigh us 75: cents each for mullet HZrt ?vr i ': .., ...... 0- 1 t sa
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the so-called "plcblan" fish that ". ,
one time sold for two bits a '

jstrlng-neck bones Local to butchers appease the advertised meat- vp1 ,r + 1i 5 A REALLY FRIENDLY TOWN s .

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Itungpr of those whose poclret- :15k'af tf1.n.ti"( 4- ltnMANUFACiURINGSFAR5IHG '
I Itmoka could not stand the strain
tnf T.bone steaks. VACATIONING

Bt was a year In which civic
clubs proved their worth to the 1.
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community- Lions Club by r
rabring funds to light the BHS w x. ,. --. ,\, BUS TORNADOES showed evi-

athletic field, and the Rotary .. dence of snapping out of the doldrums
Club by similarly financing anew I ..-.-...", r..1: "::" 4 and among the most promising -

home for Boy Scout Troop ..\ .,.ft .._:... l material was Carl Lamar
m 11 Johns hardworking 9th grade
GOOD RESOLUTION: for Starkeltes in 1949 would, be to try to live back. Handicap to the team Is the

--r=:.s up to these Chamber of Commerce signs proclaiming to the world poor condition of the athletic
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i that ours Is a "Really Friendly Town", With more and more tourists TWO TWISTERS visited the county during the year, one striking the field which makes It impossible

coming here each winter let's see that Starke remains. a "really Pine Level section, where damage was mostly confined to timber, to play or practice during rainy
spells. Tornado boosters hope to
friendly town". and the other In the Bethel section, where several houses were de-
have this$ situation remedied before -
r stroyed. Pictured above Is the wrecked home of Grady Collins, of the
next season.
4 Bethel section, visited by a twister just before Thanksgiving.

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BEGINNING AGAIN. A CLEAX-
S ING-l'P TIME FOR A BRIGHT 'I
f NEW 1ORLD.IT'S .
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MAKE A FRESH START AT
CLEANING: : UP ON THE BOOZE
KTARKE BECAME: plastic-I : OUTFIT was the Na-
BUSINESS: . THAT PER-
T minded In 1948, with three plants tional Guard unit (representedabove ; VERTER ON
striving to get established here, by J. T. Pollard). At year'send -; .. AND SURPREME NATURE'S DEFILER WAYS
the company's quota .was Increased or
even Christmas trees became! plastic I THE GOOD OF THE
The one above was made by ,, and if full strength Is NATIONAL: EARTIL
-\W. W Brown who does a thrive recruited the unit will bring 32. BUILDING LOST Florida Plastics block which Is seen going up Inflames ( VOICE)

log business In plastic jewelry. 000 annually Into the community. Bl'ILDlNQ GAINED: New Athletic Field House for BHS. in picture on this pace.

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