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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 14, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Berries Blooming, Prices Booming, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i iOUicial



Ripe Fruit Looming; Everybody Happy!


Countu Publication Established In 1877
Bradford County strawberry stated yesterday that growers are -

growers are feeling mighty good greatly encouraged over the out .
. about the whole thing at this look for this season and he pre- I AOLl'MR SEVENTY HT UtKE, ....ARIIt'Kin..\\', --\NI.1.-R" 1-1, 1049 NUMBER TWKNTY-8IX

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stage of the game, with favorable dicted that if conditions continue --

weather conditions helping favorable next seasons -
acreage --
them hurry early fruit to the will be greatly Increased, perhaps In Bradford State's Attorney

market at fancy prices. climbing to the old pre-war fig- .

During the punt week 1,383 ure of 1,000 acres or better. Thld -

crates were shipped from the year's acreage! IB estimated. at Births Outnumber Asks ,Early TrialIn
State Farmers Market at a $10 just under EOO.Although .

average bringing growers around growers here generally
1383000. consider that It Is better in the

. So far this season a total of long run for berry production to Deaths 3 To I Shooting CaseUpon

3.451 crates has been shipped be held back by cold weather un-

through the market here, for an til late February or March, they ,
estimated return to growers of are singing a different tune right Births outnumbered deaths more request of State' Attorn.
$3J /M4.60. now. Since Winter has pulled! Its than 3 to 1 in Bradford County ey T E. Duncan, a special term

This is "all to the good" as punches thus far and permitted last year, according to vital statistics of Circuit Court was called for

compared with last season whenan berry( plants to reach early fruition released this week by the Monday. Jan. 31. to try Hogan

exceptionally ,wet winter topped the growers hope that a kill local Health Department. _Smith Jr. on an information for

with a mid-January freeze kept ing freeze will be delayed as long Resident births totaled 312, "wantonly and maliciously shooting -

Bradford County berries off the as possible so they can market the while resident deaths were 05. In at and Into a certain house,

market until the last of March present. crop at early season fancy addition to these' there wore 107 towit: the house of one Titus

Even when they finally did start prices. non-resident deaths In the county Olson, which WAS then and there

maturing last year production "It all depends' on the weather" during 1918. used and occupied"

wan. never "up to scratch" and Manager Alvarez stated. "So far Of the total 312 resIdent births The trial date was act by

only 13,000 crates were shippedfor King Winter has been more than 227 were white and 83 colored. Judge: John A.H. Murphree when

a disappointing total of $115, kind to the Southeast, but no one Among the white, girls outnum. I Ia Smith was arraigned before hint

746. knows what the next 48 hours bered ,boys 116 to 111, while colored Thursday morning and entereda

Market manager R. B. Alvarez might bring." males led females 47 to 3S. plea of not guilty through hlsx

-- More men died than women dur attorneys Floyd and Lex Green.

Arch Thomas Jr. Fish Fry EnjoyedAt ing the year, with the score being! Smith was arrested. Tuesday by
:51 to 41 out of the total 95 resident .,... Sheriff P. D. Reddish and was

Will Head MarchOf Heilbronn SpringsBy deaths. Sixty-nine of the recorded 1I later released under $2,000 bond

deaths were among white set by County Judge E. K. Per-
NLEA
Dimes CampaignThe DelegatesThe
residents while 26 were colored. ) ryman.

There were 14 resident stillbirths The Incident leading to Smith's
1949 March of Dimes campaign closing entertainment feature I
In the county during the arrest occurred about 10 o'clock
opened today with the most of the National Laymen'sExecutive
Intensive fund-ralsjng drive in Committee Meeting, year. Monday night when persons In a

Bradford County in 11 years. A. held here last weekend, was a Chevrolet pickup truck shot upa

J. Thomas, Jr., chairman of the visit to Heilbronn Springs Saturday Legion ContributesTo sign at the Union Bus Station

local March of Dimes Committee, noon. Following the tour another sign at the Jack Edward's
announced this morning that the of Inspection a bountiful fish fry Farm Bureau &Jg3a grocery south of town and fired

fundraising'app..al for the Brad- (with all the trimmings) was Contest Fund 'A Into tho combined business and

ford County Chapter of the Na. nerved on long tables spread amid residence of Titus Olson on South

tional Foundation for Infantile the pines, to which were assembled "' Starke American Legion Post Walnut Street A shotgun, loaded

Paralysis "Is the most crucial"In the guests from several 56 donated $50 toward the prize with buckshot, was apparently
I
the organization's history. The State (committeemen and wives), money beingralsed by the Bradford used for firing. Into the Olson

campaign will end January 31. and a few specially Invited guests. County Farm Bureau for Its plnco.

I coin growing contest. It was announced State's Attorney Dunc'an stated
"Last summer the nation suffered These Included Mrs. William A.
one of the most devastating. : I (Ma) Sunday of Winona Lake, I| that F. H. A. Represpnta- that: he considered the matter

polio epidemics in its history, with Ind and Bradenton Fla.; Prof. W I| live. & Legionnaire Herbert sufficient seriousness and Importance -

approximately 26,000 cases," Mr. W Flnncren of Gainesville \\'. |i would be the Lo' lon's u Deal// to ask for an Immediate

Thomas said. "Never before have I Warrlngton, Jacksonville; Gordon -'I!' the Farm Bureau's contest, trial In a special term of court.

the National Foundation and its ; L. Purdy, Mr. and Mrs. Hip-I'I' A record number of Leglon-

chapters been called upon to ren- pie and Mr. and Mrs. Trullo all I' naires and veterans turned out I Farmers Must

der such extensive aid to stricken of Park-of-the-Palms; Rev. and to hear Prof. Charles S. Partin I

communities In every part of the Mrs. E. G. Cutshaw, Pastor of discuss. the various types of educational rllKADFOUD COUNTY STRAWIIEKRIES AND BEAUTIES' Report PracticesBy

nation. The challenge was met, Heilbronn Springs Church; Rev. training being offeredthe January 15

but emergency aid funds were W. A. Scott P. D. Reddish (new veterans in this county.F. Girl Cagers Win drew ooohs and aaahs from spectators along the parade Corn Prize Rules

completely exhausted. We must ly-elected Sherrlf of Bradford H. A. Representative Herbert route at the Inauguration of ( overnor Fuller Warren in "Farmers participating In the

now replenish. those funds and County) and Eugene Matthews, Deal spoke to the Legion in Tallahassee last! week. Huge red strawberry draped with 1918 Agricultural Conservation,

prepare for new epidemics this editor of the Bradford County regard to loans made to veteransby Four delicate white berry blossoms was surrounded by (left to Program are reminded that all
Set
year." .Telegraph, all of Starke. the Farmers Home Administration StraightIt right) Doris Moncrief, June Caldwell. Janet Anderson, and By BureauAt practices carried out must be reported -
Mr. Thomas stated that the en- The culinary work was In with which to buy /arms by Saturday, Jan. 15,"
" Queen Anice Green.: Hidden by the berry in this picture wa.tHazel
tire community has enlisted in charge of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. The Legion Executive Commit. County Agent T. K. McClane said
'. 'f:i the 1949 March of Dimes to re- Wynn and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. tee Tuesday night voted to contribute may be a man's world. but Field!!! the regular meeting of the today.
the fact remains that BHS female Bradford Farm Bureau
County
build resources of the local chap- Watterson of Hampton, who dida an Initial amount of $30( "About one hundred farmers
:,jl ter of the National Foundation. fine job in preparing the repast toward buying uniforms and cagers are faring distinctly New Scout Charter No-Fence Legislation held In the courthouse last Fri. ,who signed up for the 1948 program -
better this than their companion ady night there was discussion
:j':- March of Dimes collection boxes for the 47 guests present.. equipment for the local Starke year quite a have not reported any practices
;*Xv. will be distributed by ,the Starke ; I Athletic Basketball ,eam. It was male quintet. Received WednesdayBy Will Be DiscussedAt as to the method of handling yet." Mr. McClane added,

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ft*, w ..i coin'Card. have already been die- .. Changs'its name'W that of Stark literally "going to town" and ha"** '-M....v .. % .** .- ." ,,** r **" >*.*:....... after 8atur ay, ., IS'V.Rscelpts
tributed throughout the countyand Bought By LaMorte, Legion Post Team and that It' won every game of the four they The new year's Charter for Roy; Cattlemen of the Second Florida Since this Is a. coumywlde, program are required for moat practicessuch

special coin cards are In the Cameron And Weeks would be in the future sponsoredby have played so far this season. Scout Troop 70 was presented to Congressional! District will meetin ; all farmers, both Bureau as seeding of legumes and

hands of all boy and girl studentsat the Legion. Paced by high-pointer Carlle Mae the Starke Rotary Club sponsoring the Clay County courthouse In and non-Bureau members, will be grasses or the use of lime or

the various schools in the Wm. F. LaMorte and T. E. Hall, who has a 20-polnt averagefor organization, by Rev. B. K. Green Cove Springs Tuesday eligible to compete and all money fertilizer' on pastures.

county. Cameron of New York and Mrs.R. Rites Last Week the season, the girls show no Simmons, Commissioner of the night Jan. 18, at 7 o'clock: to cllsCIIPH rained. will be divided Into thren About $13OCO worth of practices -
Indication of their win prizes 1st, 2nd and Sril In
reversing addition -
Mr. Thomas announced that A. Weeks of Starke have purchased i New River District, at the lunch- provision of State Rep have been turned In to date
For Mrs. ParkerFuneral ning streak. to this, the Bureau will
Guy Sale has accepted chairmanship the Keystone Inn and are eon meeting Wednesday.The Charles A, Luckle's bill to prevent give for 1918 but the total should
of the Birthday Ball which making extensive repairs and re The boys haven't fared a.a well. new Charter ,was receive livestock from roaming on an additional prize to Its member reach approximately $25,000 whenall

will be held In Starke on Monday, modelling.Mr. services for :Mrs Nancy Out of five games played, they on behalf of -the Club by C. H the highways by means of a no- raising the bent crop and winning reports are in.
Jan. 31.Starke. Maydell Parker, 61, wife of JohnH. have emerged victorious only Nasworthy, Institutional Representative fence law. a regular prize. The amount of
LaMorte Is president of Parker, merchant of Hampton, once. At least one contributingfactor and Chairman of the this special) Bureau prize has not
the Converse Steel &: Wire Cable were held In the First Baptist to their early season losing New River District. State Senator J, Sinter Smith.Jr been set yet but will be at least Annual MeetingOf

Bedding Co. Corp. and the Fireproof Products Church of Hampton on Thursday. streak Is the fact that Coach Jim- of Green Cove said the purpose $30. ElectricSet
Co., Inc. of New York. lie be. The Troop Committee for the of the meeting Is "to get the sup Clay
For WorkThe Jan. 6, at 2 p.m. with R. C. Gray my Hobbs Is converting his de. This project! Is being sponsoredby
Ready came Interested In the Inn durIng new year Is comprised as follows. : port of. the cattlemen NO there
For Jan. 20
Jr., Pastor, and Elder P. D. Moody fense tactics from "zone" to "manto the Bureau In the hope of encouraging
Heibert Deal, chairman G. S. will\ be little .
one of his frequent visitsto as argument as posslbln
Starke Bedding Co. began Palatka, In charge of the services. man". It will take the boys a / Bradford< farmers to
Starke as a guest of Mr. and I Newcomb, E. J. Dnhmer. It. W. I In the next susxlon of the The Clay Electric Cooperative,
i Flower make
operation last Friday In the new girls who assisted with little time to become adjusted to greater effort In their
Mr. Weeks. He Is the father of Metzger, and J. F. Jaudon. Legislature relating to the bill." Inc., will hold Its 1949 Annual
the Floral farming this and
Offerings were Sylvia operations
building at the corner of Cherry ; the switch Hobbs says, but after ) year,
i Bill LaMorte who married the It was announced that Al Kay Charles L. Clark of Blountntown, Meeting at the Keystone Heights
und Washington Streets and F. B. May, Joan Sweeney, Martha the thangover Is effected he pre- at the same time to reward them
Carlisle will! tho duties of administrative assistant to Governor .
former Mignon Slsson assume Beach Pavilion In
daughterof
Beeman, manager, states that the Home, Shirley Dennison and Peggy dicts a distinctly brighter future.In for their efforts. Other counties Keystone
Scoutmaster of 70) next Fuller Warren has been
Mrs. Weeks. Hinson. Troop In this state. and throughout the Heights' on Thursday, Jan. 20.
is to the
plant now ready serve Mrs. Weeks will manage the Tuesday night's games herewith week, succeeding E T. Shull who Invited to attend. nation There will be a barbecue luncheon
people of this area with complete Active pallbearers Included are doing the same. ,
Ketterltnus
hotel and Its dining room. High (St. Aug. has resigned after four years In The Second District. is composedof The Bureau has made and music provided by Toby
service on upholstering slip covers, Marshall Matchett, Claude Mae, ustine), the boys lost 43 to 08, although this position.It no effortto
Duval Maker Urlld- Dowdy and his Hl-Polnters from
auto seat covers, Innersprlngs, W. H. Maxwell, K. B Watterson, they led 23-21 at the half. that the Nassau raise this prize money, but
also announced
was ford Union Columbia 10.00: am. until 1:00 This
Clay 811- :
TOURIST CLUBA beginning the week' of January p.m.
beds and E.
box springs hollywood Douglas Hardy and W. Cooey. Frank Dryden was high point
will "Woman-
Rotarians stage a wannee, Madison, Taylor, Alachua, 17 A. D. Crosby and Mike Gllhonly event will be followed by the an-
mattress and Interment in
pillow renovating.Mr. was Hampton for
man BHS for 14
accounting .
grand opening was given Cemetery with DeWItt C. Jones less Wedding" in February and Ollchrlnt, Hamilton, Lafayette, will call on the business. peopleof nual business meeting of the CooperatIve -
Beeman Is well points with James
already Phillips run made for the
assignments were and Counties. and election of the
Tuesday night by the Starke Levy I Starke and K.: B. Crosby and
known here, having operated the Funeral Home In charge. ner-up with 11, and Jim Godwin cast. Mrs. Herbert Deal will\ direct Bonn of Directors for 1949.
Tourist Club at Its first meetingof I Lee Crosby will\ call on the business .
Gainesville Mattress Factory for Mrs Parker came to Hampton third with 10. the performance, and she also! I I The
will be
principal speaker1
the all and others
season. Considering the COICNOTES people at .!Irook-
almost 20 years before he sold out other activities going on In town about eight years ago from Cull- The girls won handily over Ket- ,wrote the script for this entertainment er. 1C G. Clayton Director of Extension : -
three years ago. Since that time man, Ala. and had been associated terllnus, 46 to 26. Captain Carlle which she has. presented In t'o ] Service University of
that evening, the Club had a A Committee' make nominations It Is hoped that all citizens will
he has been living at Lake Swan with her husband in the
grocery Mae Hall scored 23, trailed by other communities. Florida.
very enthusiastic audience, and for three vacancies' on the take an Interest. In thin. matter
near Melrose, where he has been store business which bear. their Grace Dickinson with 12 and Doris Wednesday's program was In Valuable electrical which
attendance Is and make liberal prizes,
expected to Increase Board of Directors of the Chamber as donation as
recuperating from an Illness. He name. She had seven children, six Moncrief ,with 9. charge of A. J. Thomas, chair. have been' donated by electrical
every week from now on. of Commerce will\ be held to. possible' when called upon.
is now fully recovered and eagerto of whom survive her: Mrs. Opal of International Service who .
The program consisted of old The boys team' turned In a surprise man night (Friday) at 7:30: o'clock. The following donations. have appliance dealers In the Cooperatives
back into the work
Smith Mrs. Lee
again. Dennis
get
Dorothy discussed 'ctiofl
possible pOllt.elq
47-36 win over GainesvilleIn been territory, are to be given
fashioned dancing and singing Appointed on this committee by received BS a beginning:
The local factory will have under the direction of Mr. Edward Parker Flint, Michigan Onard a game played there last Saturday changes In America's foreign poll. President. O. S. Newcomb were American Legion, $:lf); Nero Fertilizer away at a drawing to the members -

seven employes and the heads of Burns and Mrs. Ruby Johns Parker, Homestead, Hershel Parker night. Dryden scored 16 cy. W. B. Snwell Ermtnt Phillips. ; Co., $20. holding the lucky tickets.All .

the three departments (mattress with Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid at and Dimple Brown Hampton.. Phillips 15, and George Winkler Roy Ward. J. P. Roberta, and Mr. members of the Cooperativeare
work upholstering, and slip covers I the piano. Surviving also are ten grandchildren 8. The BHS B Squad lost its game Alvarez Store Marks II. S. Bunlett. I urged to attend.
will be and a slater, Mrs. Roxle Starke Motor
) co-owners, getting 15 to 21 Arthur Court
Winkler with
A short welcoming address was
;
half of the profits of their work, Reid. Cullman Ala.; a brother 55th AnniversaryWith The C of C Secretary requests '
made by the temporary president.Mrs. 9 points was high man for theB's. Has 12 Units Rites
Mr. Beeman said. George Stidham, Holly Pond Ala., all person. with vacant houses or I'I Open WednesdayFor
Edward Charbonneau anti a half brother, Paul Stedham Sales Event apartments to rent to list them at Johnnie Prevatt
Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Mallardof the other members of the commit Hancevllle, Ala., and four half In the first post-holiday en the office. Persons. who have made Geo. H. Bunch, owner of the
Gainesville will be in charge of tee Guy Andrews and E. L. counters played on Jan. 4, the Alvarez Store, well known ; listings should. notify the office beautiful new Starke Motor Court
sisters Mrs. Etta
Quattlebaum, Johnnie Prevatt, 38 died suddenly !
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the mattress work. They ,will move thews. boys lost to Chlefland 91-31. while Starke men' clothing establIshment on V. S. 301, announced
yesterday
when the places are rented
Mat-I Good Hope, Ala., Mrs. Pheby at the home of his aunt In
to Starke within the next fe'v. All visitors in town, as Freeman, Mrs. Denaie Wade and the Kir In took their game 2916. will pass Its V>th milestone Now that the tourist season Is that 12 unit of his. establl .h- Winter Garden afternoon

weeks. home folks are cordially Miss. Evle Stidham, Hancevllle, BUS boys and girls teams will Saturday, having been first opened' In full swing, business men and ment were opened' to the travel. following brief Sunday illness.

to attend the Club's next meeting, Ala and Mrs. Omle Coldwell, meet Palatka In the Starke ar. for business here on Jan. 15. 1891. their' employes' are flaked to be ling public thin week and have a he had
A native of
Theatre Tickets Tuesday Jan. 18, when another Birmingham, Ala. mory tonight (Friday), The first The store Is. now operated by careful not to park all day In been filled to capacity every night. lived there his Lawtey entire ,life
interesting entertaining even- game Is scheduled at 7 o'clock. W. H. Graham, grandson of the front of the stores on the main When the court is fully completed priorto
to Winter Garden
The Florida Theatre wishes to ing will take place. "The Club Mrs. Parker made many friendsIn original owner J. M. Alvarez streets.' It l Is Important that park. there' will be a total of II going a year

announce that the Merchant's needs you, and Starke needs the Hampton her who visited her and comforted Benefit Stage Show whomanaged It for 62 years before ng places be left so that touristscan units each with private tile bath of ago.the He Church was a of lifelong God. member
during long monthsof
guest tickets which were due to Club" Mrs. Charbonneau stated. his death. atop to patronize our restaurants and vented gas heat. Accomoda-
Illness. She died at 12:05: am. At USO Jan. 20 I Survivors include one daughterand
will be the visitors Mr. Graham attributes the es tlons
expire Jan. IS accepted Among registering and other businesses. It was found here are believed to
two of Starke his father
every Monday Tuesday and Wed Tuesday night were Mr. and Mr. January 3rd at her home, with tablishment's long life to Its policy pointed out.Favorable. be on par with the best offeredby sons ;
Uncle Ott and his Florida Jeff Prevatt of Lawtey:
and at her bed- Troubadours
family neighbors
nesday for an additional 30 days. M. Losey of Belmont, N. Y., Mr. of serving! customers with qual. comment In regard a mortor court anywhere In
wl1be\ four brothers. Earl. Albert and
The tickets will be good until Feb. and Mrs. Lyle E. McGhIn Dr. featured In a Ity merchandise at reasonable to: the C of C bulletin board have Florida.Mr. .
Stage show In the use auditorium Junior Prevatt all of Lawtey
13. and Mrs. Rolan Stoker, Florella, aide.Michael prices.In been reported. Churches who I Bunch, a retired North
and Bill Prevatt of Miami and
Jan. ;
Thursday night, 20 at
Ga., James Schott. James Gryz- E. NewmanMichael celebration of its nth anniversary havn't listed their Sunday and Carolina furniture manufacturer,
7:30: o'clock. The Is four sisters, Mrs. Pearl Starling
CALENDAR OF EVENTS kowskl, Bernice Qryzkowskl, and performance the store. Is stagingIts week day programs are asked to lives with his wife and three .
Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. Dorothy
Delores Bocek, Milwaukee, Wls, E. Newman Infant son sponsored by American Legion annual sales event, which Is take of this daughters In an attractive new Gladys
advantage privilege.It
Tuesday. Tourist Club, at Wo of Mr. and Mrs. Albert/ J. Newman Post 56 for the benefit of the in Fanning and Miss Joyce Prevatt -
Sgt. and Mr. L. T. Mltchely, Mr. ; announced' In an advertisement helps the outsider to know we home at the site of the motor r '
man's Club 7:30: p.m. and Mr. Bennett Howe. Mendon, died Thursday, Jan. 6, in high school athletic department.Well this I""ue.Reburial. have community activities' and court on North Temple Avenue. all of Lawtey.

Wed., Rotary Club, Methodist -, Mich., and Milton Nussbaum, a local hospital following a brief known performers' will cooperation. Social activities of Funeral services were held at
illness. He born In Starke Include the Happy Valley Trio, B. the graveside In Dyal Cemetery
12:13 was
Rec. Hall : p.m. Freeport Long Island. ,
Roger Services clubs, schools, and fraternal orders Bradford RamblersThe afternoon at 3 o'clock
Bobby Atcheson Tiny Pruitt Wednesday
I Oct. 16 1943.Bealdeu .
It was announced that those ,
Club use
Bldg.
Wed. Lions should also be the
Moore, and Little Jane Mld- For Emmett Roberts posted on with Rev Buddy Harris and Rev. "
7:30: p.m.Sat. desiring to play shuffleboard may his parents he Is survived dlebrook. bulletin board. Bradford Ramblers Motorcycle ; E. V. 'Brock officiating. Funeral
Catholic obtain cues, discs, and other necessary by four brothers and a sister The Is Club attended the
Party, Secretary extending an Inaugura.
Bingo Following the show a dance Reburial services for Emmett arrangements were in charge of
usa, 8:30: p.m. equipment at the Chamberof and his maternal grandparents will be held In the armory. I Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Invitation to any new business tion of Governor Warren in Tal-! DeWitt C. Jones.
Commerce office. The shuffleboard Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite, established in in the lahasse lase week.
Jan. 16 Episcopal Ch. Epiph- Lonnie Roberts, fonnerly of Starke I our city past I
any Candlelight Serv. 7:30: p.m. courts are located on the all of Starke. I Professional WomenSet I and Lawtey, and now of St. year, that Isn't. already a member, The vice president O. J. Under Fence Fund SoughtFor

Jan. 19 Exec. Brd., PTA. use courthouse lawn. Funeral services were held In 'George, Ga., will be held at St. to come to the office and register\ I bill, drove the Bradford County

3:13: p.m. the First Christian Church Saturday Meeting DateA George Sunday. He was killed In for membership The C of C Is for float In the parade and he was Dedan Cemetery

Jan. 20 Bingo Party Junior Recent Births afternoon at 3 o'clock with an airplane accident right after the benefit of every business. concern i accompanied by Elbert: Flllyaw,

Woman's Club, 8:00: p.m. Club Rev. J. B. Dixon officiating. Inter meeting will be held in the the war :was over, while he was In the city socially and fi- who was appointed Road Captainof E. B. Crosby, clerk of the De-

house. BETTY ANN REGISTERMr. : ment, was in the family I lot In Pre Chamber of Commerce office still in service in the Pacific nancially. More valuable people the club on Jan. 6 dan Baptist Church, near Brooker,

Jan. 20 Business & Professional and Mrs. Freeman Register, vatt Cemetery near Stark., under Thursday evening Jan. 20, at 7:3O: Theatre.He i are attracted to our city every Club members enjoyed a wiener announces that plans for fencing

Women's meeting 7:30: p. Jr. are the happy parents of a the direction of DeWItt C. Jones. o'clock to organize a Professional Is a nephew of Mrs. J. W 'day by personal contact by our roast two weeks ago at Harry's the church property Is now under

m. at Cham. of Com Bldg. daughter Betty Ann, born Dec. Pall bearers were D. M. Schenckof and Business Woman's Club. Anyone Andrews and Mrs. Pauline Torode, C of C members. An active membership Mice: on t .'n.II.IY' \ Lace! and a way. All interested persons are

Jan. 20 Stage Show, use Am. 29, in St. Vincent's hospital Jack Waldo, Shi Smith J. C. Wynn Interested: in joining Is urged who will attend tho funeral serv. announces a progressive roller skating/ party on Sunday, asked to send in their donations

Lee. Post ::16, 7:30: pm. sonville. and S. G. Denmark. to attend. I ices. I,community. .: Jan. 9, at Hague./ for this cause before Feb. 1.








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FRIDAY, JANl'ARY H. lets,
r.VGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA


I'\ . .1 ter Lillian spent Sunday with tawn4nlq,

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED ',I Clay Hill HamptonBy Lake GenevaBy Watkins daughter.Mrs. Gentry's in Mr.Jacksonville and son-in-law Mrs. Wm.and From where I sit.. fy Joe Marsha -


1878 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCit-EDiTOR Mohr Mr' *. M. C. Sweeney -
fly Liira Burgess
Blanche CunninghamMiss Bill Gnann up from Tampa for

Published Every: Friday and Entered as Second Ponca, Nebr. a brief visit with his father E:.

(I.au Matter at the Font Office at Storks. lrla.MEMBER . . Y. F. C. Visitors Gnann last :week. This
Aileen Wagner has returned We Both Won One
\\hrreln I take an Inventory of The Youth for Christ enjoyeda Wm. Finley who has been visItIng -
to her studies at P. K.
@ 1949 my life, amA find the Knowing that particularly line service on Sat. Yonge school Gainesville, after his brother and sister-in-law,
life In. good. Winter reigns In the urday evening, when a number Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Flnley. returned -
spending the holidays with her
BokMriptlOB 13.50 AnauallT. $1.50 For Six Montlui far went. of out of town visitors, among to bis home in Columbus,
Mr. and Mrs. L. .
N.
.
parents Wag- From where I lt (as I told the
morning
them, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sh r- Ga. Monday.Mrs. top the other
Blew
I took an Inventory of my life. rill, of Statesvllle, N. C. who are ner. Agnes B. Laurence of when I my discovered a shirt Id put missus evening), a lot ..
From all the deep recesses of my attending the N. L. E.: A. Convention Starke visitors Tuesday were Keystone Heights was calling on buttons missing;. sometimesthat get too worked up sever
Due to heavy demands on our space this week by advertisers heartI In Starke. Mr. Sherrill, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsyth and her old friend, Blanche Cunningham en bad two "do littlt '"1'11'...little difference of

of January sales events it was necessary to omit hauled the half-forgotten pains a retired rural mall carrier, de. Mrs. Blanche Cunningham. Sunday. "Joe" the missus lays youever opinion or taste. One perso pre.

from this: issue the editorial column and several other fea- and fears, livered the address. Mr. and Mr. 11", and :Mrs. Bob Myrick and Mrs Ida Gentry and Mrs. James read what you writet For a tern beer or ale another prefer

tures customarily found in the Telegraph. The memories of dark and brighter Miller and Ron, Robert, of Btngr- little daughter of Starke were Moeely were Starke callers Mon man who writes newspaper pieces cider or lemonade. But why criti
years; hampton, N. Y. and Sanford Sunday guests of Mrs. Myrick's day. all about tolerance, you sometimes rise the other follow just beeiniw
"
Evangelist: Clink, Sanford, and mother, Mrs. Sue Myrlck. lot of race prejudice.Race .
Passed In! review the faces of old show a his tastes aren't the same as our?
friends Bill Parker, Starke. Mrs. Ray Forsythe, Mrs. Arnold All kinds of office .supplies prejudice!I" I hollers."No Thst sounds mote like you, Jo ."

FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVICE The smiles the tears the scenes The "Miller Music Makers" Carlson, and Billie Rodkey were available at reasonable prices one can accuse me of that." "1 she laughs, snipping off a thread
gave some :wonderful musical selections Gainesville visitors Saturday. from the Bradford County Tele the entire sh
both drear and "gay. ,, moan prejudice against (It so happens was sewing 01
FOR SHOE REPAIR A score or more of unrelated on piano, accordion and Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daugh- graph. Ama rase." she Interrupts with buttons.)
piccolo cow bells. Mr. Parker at the
smile "Why get'mad
thingsTo a tJtfd.f
gave an Inspiring selection on little button t" 8ce

The Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry Pickup brings.I which. my recollection fondly his musical saw world That took over the two wind out of ra*.
Tile Congregation was delightedwith "ANNISCONCRETE If'f!
Trucks will pick up and deliver all shoe repair dusted all the corners out with this talented program, and Copyright 1919 United, States Brtwtn Faunittunyour
care. hope for similar ones in the near
work any place on their routes. The disappointments and the sad- future.
BLOCKSReady
der scars
Mr. and Mrs. Leaston
That living brought and failedto Wynn Mix Concrete Builder Hardware)
ALL WORK GUARANTEED had as their guests last week,
erase, their neice Mrs. James Fowler, Most Everything To Build Repair or Remodel
I banished from my consclounessas
dross; of Salina, Kans. and nephew .1. ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.

And then I sought a lesson if I V. Rowel], Jr. of Marion 8. C. 1038-1049 W. Main Street South ." J'yt '
Biggs & Baker Shoe Shop Mr and Mrs. Wynn have been ,
might recent visitors to Gainesville. Phone 217 21. GAINESVILLE P. O. Bx 82i
And lo, when I have counted all
Regret Is expressed that little .
105 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. the laughter! Romeaa Dodd, four-year-old daughter -
Tile joyous thoughts and happiness -
iI of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd, tl"iIlAIN41LAlINIIaANptleIIpILIINIIEl41p11" ''' ''' '''''IIIpNWegUTANpxtlllxYlelNYaIIWIINNW41011' ''' ''' '''i '' '' "..NMYMrIIrpINIaIIP.NIxNIIWIIIIAIPIIYNUMWA"IAIM. '''''. '' '' '' '' 'iN
stored away, ti >,
has been confined to a Jackson 1
My Inventory was a proving I t1
vllle hospital for the past week. I t.;
ground y
,
That showed life good.D. Pvt. Richard D. May left Sun- 9 u t

IA mower/Mm11114111111RAM.'MNnMXIII111111111nM: '(N41f.Immnllnln R. Colvin. day for Camp Lee, Va. after a NOTICE F : J'' fineclothes
four-day visit at his home. Friday 1 .

.. v.erly....e nutmlln Ix "Imno.I.minn. Every: new year in fact'I begin Pvt. May and his mother,
with Christmas time, I live my Mrs. C. L. May, were visitors to "
life over again. As the years roll Tallahassee. They were accompanied I
# s I over my head, the happy things home by Miss Betty Horne, We Can Accept i. Here you are always !sure'

I In life are the easiest to recall, of the Florida State University, ; to get expert cleaning:
since each year I discard all the who spent the weekend here. and pressing-the kind
disappointments and scars of livIng Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ivey, of _
as dross and cast those out. Palmello, Tla.;; spent Saturday and : that helps to protect and
No More Meat
So life takes on each year a Sunday with Mrs. T. F. Brawn I preserve the clothes
greater joy In living. I have found and family while en route to l. '
< you're so proud of. For
that people, and friends have Deland. Sunday guests In the '
brought the lasting joys. Yea Brown home were Mr. and Mrs. / :iv cleaning that !gets right

friendships, how dear. I had two J. C. Du Bose, Mr. and Mrs. O. After Jan. 15 r down to the last fibre

letters on the same day this week L. Du Bose and son, Fred, of I leave your garments!
Vero Beach.
from dear lady friends with
whom I have visited and talked MIMes Betty and Ethel: Mae with us today.

and worked. One In Missouri an- Darling, of Jacksonville, were 1k
other In Florida. Yea both are so weekend visitors here.
EVERYONE LIKES ITMilk wonderful and dear to me. They' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton
count my love for them a precIous and family of Starke were visitor Filled To Capacity I

thing, I am sure, as I read here Sunday.Mrs. .
la the mainstay of healthy families. with delight the letters. Ah, then Opal Smith, Mrs. DorothyLee
Life begins with milk. Babies develop It's good to be alive. To know Dennis Parker, of Flint, PHONE 135

sound teeth and sturdy bones with milk. you have not been forgotten. Mich and Mrs. Phoebe Freeman, ROBT. 315

Gustafiton's milk is a boon to everyone- So life goes on, and I find liv- of Hancevllle, Ala. attended the LAWSON MEAT & I GREEN Temple

as a family health protector, and pro- ing exciting and good.> I have funeral of Mrs. John H, Parker 'lteu! .
not been to a show for many here last Thursday. Owner Ave.
moter of energy and clear radient com'
months. I like certain but .
plexions. For safer, creamier (tastier seems when they come plays to town, burled at Coleridge by Don's brother COLD STORAGE I ,
milk, be sure it's Gustafson's milk. I am busy and cannot go. I do who Is also a mortician. We
have another too at the
not sigh, for I have real people body STARKE. FLA.
TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT Allen Mortuary and Don will take I [
to meet, to console and cheer.
FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S To-day here Is bright and warm. care of that funeral tomorrow. ._11.1"'II'"W'"lIIIIIm".IIII1.'I_'_'_'__'._._.,, ____' _______'_"''In1.m'"lIIm'IIIII"11'11I'I'___'_'_ ___' __'_' .. ''''''''''''mmwemmnulum''''''' '''?' .,"'emwwnronw'' "
This other man was 87 years old.
The sun Is melting the snow andit
Our other at Allen is .
Mortuary
1 DAIRY Is SO degrees Don has gone about 20 miles from here but still '" 'l. ; ; *1t1'i> ',.n ,;..}$. j .:J'
to take a body to Coleridge to ; )frtMi.t,1\ ?"f4t>_ 'r-t .j'-.I; :'.(i;
t. ,,
his brothers. This dear old man In thin county.I "' >'V<"x"i''':""'<;"1<; s'. '.t. ,( '
got work all done-wash fwd MS-AorMpoww WO JOBJtawa. 'V.&St-*3a ) 11;:" v4
my ,
PHONE 2312 died Wednesday night when the ing, Ironing and I helped load sear C."mkl.."(o. -1':& ,.> ,,.{'',..,.,. r
wind was blowing a gale. The .
wMi / .ml-freller.
Green Cove Springs Florida VWgM rating
the 'casket. Whoops, now I visit
snow was drifted across the road to Jr,000ar, s&;
SERVING STARKE DAILY with I am reading also,
you.
and the hearse had to be dug out I '
"The Of The Tide. Good
before he could go on. He will be 1 Running
I book. Girls, here is a secret. Ha!
I needed a permanent wave so

badly. We are snowed and IcedIn. '..
I sent to Sioux City by mail
and got a Toni! Wave set. I curled
my own hair and It Is soft and I
.. lovely. I have given hundreds y t7 9 '

of waves, starting back In 1023 _
J- with the old Nestle, but have
never curled my own before. Unless
1 you are real handy I will tell

you it Is a hard job, but fun for j .. e181 I
me. I also have a new Spring

coat from Sioux City. A navy
blue with a swing buck with an
added feature of an extra zip-In
lining. I will wear It to church.I .

so enjoy my canary singing
these winter days. The lights
were off twelve hours on Tues.

and Mon. The days were dark ,
but WIlUe rang. I love the birds.I
"":I.I'I-TI. HINTS:' h Try addinga
bit of vanilla flavoring to the
cocoa when making It for the children -
to drink. Makes it taste like

hVC candy. I have an apron I call my
cleaning apron. It is made witha .
t large pocket. I can put all '49 Ford F-8 BIG JOB
objects I collect from the floor-
bits and scraps of this. I even

carry a cloth for dilating in It. I NEVER BEFORE
ridden Then empty when I get to the' ANew 145-h.p. Ford V-8 Truck engine! for lopperformance.

waste basket or proper place. .
you Just two letters from Clay Hill. '
It has been raining. All are well, Ford exclusive dual throal carburetor for more

G l Mae going Mosley to church says and they school.still Lula are ,power, more economy.

re yhound lately picking and selling strawberries. truck. 9-.peed trantmlttlon for operating flexibility.
All are happy at the Carson Grlffis I n any
home. Earl Mosley and wife ) Ford lt1-in. by 5-in.! rear brakes for lu"'ootecl

Dr went to Starke to a show. Life stopping.
GREYHOUNStitt id Rood at Clay Hill.

J.HERE'S a very happy surprise In store coats 4i4s Try this Angel Food Straw Ford Super Quadra single speed axle or 2-tp.***
berry Pie! Bake a pie crust on
;
t axl*with shift far flexibility.
for you In the many extra travel comforts the back of a nine Inch pie pan. a price.I vacuum perfarnce

and extra travel pleasures from the moment t JACKSONVILLE .___ .8;) Place It In a glass pie plate to any large diameter ((10-ln.) wheel' .boN circle. allow
cool. Here Is the filling. 3." cup
OCALA ..tra Strong :hub contraction.Ar .
.. 1.10
of! Greyhound's
you step aboard one new --- sugar 2 heaping tablespoons
TAMPA 2.75 corn starch. Mix together. Add 1 Uv"t
!
buses now In service on most schedules. Million Dollar Cab with Ford exclusive
1." hot water and cook until
MIAMI 5.55 cup I
-- --------- Action suspension far driving comfort.
greeter
There are a host of special luxuries developed smooth.!Beat two egg whites stiff ALL THESE FEATURES
IHKMINGIIAM, Ala. __ 7.25 with I." tp salt. Pour the sauce',,
.
let this new 1949 GREYHOUND ford Boom!!! BuHl contraction for long truck Bf
NEW ORLEANS _____ 9.15 into the egg whites slowly and

SELVEHSIDES. So on your next trip- NEW YORK N. Y. ___ 17.50 stir well. Add vanilla. Pour into
the backed pie crust. Cover with
choose Greyhound. You will learn quickly CHARLOTTE, N. C. 7.85 whipped cream and lay the strawberries -

why Its todays most popular mode of WASHINGTON, D. C. 13.85; closely In the cream. Serveat SEE US TODAY! Get the faction the 1949 Ford Truck

GAINESVILLE; _______ .50 once. Good.
travel for business or pleasure-ior folks LAKE CITY .85; How wonderful to be alive this shown above. Whatever you haul, and wherever you haulIt FORD I IDO/7 TRUCKS
choosy and thrifty. ---------- afternoon. The clock ticks. Dig
who are
.f ger la asleep, and sighs deeply at we've) got the right kind of truck for your work. We've 8I'tgot'em
Kul/1'IDIUAL r*).. times. He Is well and happy.
-10 ..DumONOH .OUNBJKIM; Rooster Tom crow far down be- Bonus Built to handle anything you haul.
., /.G. % _
.
[ : :t neath the back steps. The sun 6V/ T STRO/fGf TO LAST LONGER

(000 6(' #' a-9Y64Yrr(. rt' shines on the white snow makinga TOT M Onto..*,.._t.*.*..k S. FiW MM* Snw. Sntfn ro....fi-NBC ,N_..
fairyland of wonder. Spring UMM to MM. For TkMMr.Fnto*l__-CB3_ USINO LATIn IIOISTRATION DATA ON 1,444.000'TRUCKS.Uri .
BUS STATION err{ i will be here not many months -- _. tir yrst e erlWrrMaa_ ao/rulrolr. INSUIANCI IXPIITS.. MOVI fOU' IBUCKS LAn LONG III
GREYHOUND --
-
away. I have already received a -

Phone. 147 N. Temple Ave &: 10th St. Starke Fla.CREYHOUKD.::: catalogue. So let'a give of our
.... love and comfort like the fragrance
'of lily and rose, to all Andrews Motor CO.

of our dear ones waiting a* the
fi
1 New Year's portals unclose. The
road Is ahead for you and me. hone 118. Starke.Fla.
IolNES ..
l God bleu you. Love-LURA






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'RIDAT. JANUARY 14. 1049 _ _ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOHiril. STARKE. FLORID\ _ ______________._ _-- PACK THKKK
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gett of Plant City were visitingMr. before her husband's death Recent Births itence t and artilrrni u IU3 Montlrrllo An Clerk of said C "irt. _
Avftnu .
and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and lived In this section and I Y.HI, r'vterMbiirir. Virginia' : Hy YTvn Crosby, D C.
I I Ml to 'r. .
sillear on Frank
.. ::, ryar"I' I I.nnirtmsn. Htarktt KIoT dsi
BrookerBy family Sunday afternoon. one learned to love her. She OMH5"" K.\Y 11.11011.01'Mr. J.named Cur. Ii4'i!, !, In the Bh.v, Atty for V It. 11-24 4t 1-14

Are You Getting Full Benefitof Mrs. Paul Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long and laid to rest here in the and Mrs Fred Haislop of County plaintiff Trl.'Ctrnph..p.ka anil itivrc-e.l shah,caua piihllwh Hriulforcl whnrvln thin In In-nlt, .....r.. ;.....'.. (.'0..1...
Cemetery liirlilai lit hniiorrr
daughter it Starke the
spent : Starke' announce the birth of a Uril.M\' In ni xl rmn... ivei-kly I Umina. I'aullna l.itvercit savage, Plaintiff"
S S S SSINGJNQ weekend with Mr and Mrs. E. C. Mrs. Kverette Lane and born Dec WllnpHH I my ha let, ami uffldal, ..ul VH. IToUKliton U HavaK'i luf.uaiul/
I daughter. Omtray Kav. ''! >*i|1"'k' ,'. Florida., thin UeicmburUKKH'IAI. 4.'aM. .. No- 7040.
/ RADIO? "" "" CLASSES Long. small daughters of St. Peter 29. at the Palatkn. HoHpltal. f l. i'i4.' ....1.r of Pnbllpatlnn AmisS Neil.-.
your FIVE Everyone la Invited to attend Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonof are visiting: Mrs. Fronle \\ I ( AN. "I'L Clerk,) A. .1. Themes' To .".......

the Singing Classes that are beIng Starke spent Sunday' with Mrs., for a week. Mrs lAne Is ; Births announced by Shady- !liv Haven CroHiv.. Ji of r null Court. FirouKhton,STATE R 0 10'Havairr FLORIDA, who. r. i'u-I-
: held every Friday night at Wilkinson's parents Mr. and bered as Miss Mi-lbu Moody crpst Hospital: John helms.J. I ."lrrauii. UNII: tit: An". 7:30: o'clock In the Church for Mrs. N. C. Mott. fore her marriage.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest!! Wood.roMurphey Atty. for Flotlflu.rif. 13-34 4t 1-14 f\line\-'" :I Frlnk Street, iaye, South Car: ,..

Christ for the purpose of learning: Mr. and Mrs. R J. Deakln and of Starke a diiughtei \.iii. are roiinlrpd to appear .>n
No Noise! No Fading! and Mrs. A P. !Moore ; In In-ult I ....,.. llra.lfor.1 Ceunsy. January 34th, 104', In the abo" '
light alnglng. TheRe classes! are Melba born Dee. 31. '
daughter Pat of Miami, spent Miami are visiting friends Leene. Morl.lui ln ( thanrrr nattiest Com, and cause. wh rin
under the direction of Mr. Herman HHrmiel I i. 'F.i iullilHun I I Mnlntirr.I I I x ,plaintiff' n eka diver... Bradfonl,
several their son-in- Mrs. Coner : : : : :
days visiting relatives! In this suction thla Mr. and Denjnln llaltllr. Ttiinllnnuii, lie Ce tide iii.: t'oiinty Telegraph, shell publish thisJi'sI.'r
LET US INSTALLAN Henderson of Gainesville law and daughter Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roberts Jr. of Stnrke a son ('"".. No. V041HrOrt ( l In neat four weekly Issues

and everyone in the community Donald Martin.Mr. Larry born Jan. 1. Of I'Mbllrittluit' .. .,....... ted Notlro Witness inv hand and official seal
FM ANTENNA in urged to take advantage of have moved and are now 1' at Stark. Florida) this Dacemtxr
and Mrs. C. A. of !STATE ole"
Crosby in Gainesville where Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Lennarl 'I.uRlnA 10: 22. 1'1.1.
this opportunity. lIulll. M Tiimllnion a'lioiio reel.| (OFriCIAfi SRAt. A.S.: Thomas
.
Lindln Fla.
were overnight has with Westfall of Starke. a daughter. tI. WV.1 ad.h'"" l Is l ..
accepted a position (flown I In A Clerk of acid Court.
Only $14.50 Installed ORDINATION SERVICE guests of their son-in-law and city. Linda Gail born Jan. &. Dm In.* 8tr. ....., L'.ilu.nl.lB HO.: : 1y TIaven Croshv, D. C.
tuu are roqulrnl' to John J. St. AuiruntlnR .
daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. W. appear on Henderson. Esq.
,
E. T. Stewart and J. W Thomaswill Mr. and Mrs Dick Carroll Mr. and Mrs. James Elton January 34th. 1949. In the al.ov. Florida
I Thomas Monday. hauled Com an deacons )
be ordained Sunday
as of Lake Butler a son
Jacksonville were visiting Johnson !1)1,1! !'InS!."__!"..kM' llvori-_ .. Uradroril ,
Mr. and Mrs. T.V.. Markey ....... .
Jan. 16. at 3 p.m. In the and Mrs Ira !Merritt lust Jlmmie born Jan. 9. I II .r..I'n shall pnblluli ..hll'Oro'.r
were visiting In Gainesville Mon. i' 'I.." """' '"'". wffkly I IM"u"
CHARLES C. SHEPHERDCourt Brooker Baptist Church. Every I \ .
day afternoon. : day. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ignatius Vitnmismi niv """'I ant' official impel
one Is invited to attend.V. I FIends otfr.! and Mrs. Meng of Ratford. a son, \Vlllhll1MI'ha..l. litoItnrk./ '' *''"rlila. this l'eu..nib..r
Mrs M. D. Harrell and daugh. 22. Ills.itlf"l.'ICIAI.. .
F... ....11 ewnforUnf b.lp for Baekaelw.lUiaumaUe .
& Madison StatBUILDERS' M. S. MEETINGThe : ter and Mrs. Eva Harrell and Dodd of Keystone are glad born Jan. B. SOAI.! > *' J. Thornet|' Fain. OMtlnc Up ...."... Mron*
know that little who Sanford Russell Aim tlrrk of cciii : I cloudy urine. Irritating _..... Leg .......
Romecla and Mrs.
Brooker Baptist W. M. S. daughter were shopping In Starke l'I Mr. Itv .IInvf''' I'i'iH.iy. 1>. I.'. alnlM under .,.... aod .oU.n .nltl... due
met Wednesday, Jan. 5, at :3 p.m. Saturday.Mis. ill In a Jacksonville hospital, Hicks of Starke. a son Sanford JlIml list:'.lfl.t I"loi'I'It IImtilrtmson: : 1-1.: At. A IItr., M non-omnle and non-. j.Uml'.Kidney and

with nine members present. The Rosa Plnholster attendnrt Improving and will soon be Glenn born Jan 6. AltVM'fur i-if u-24 4t I II 4)) Bladder uturaetum troublee or monty t., Cr back>t...uaranleed.Quick.eomplMa....

vice president Mrs. Eugene Crosby the Inauguration of Governor Fuller !Mr. and Mrs. Roan Turner viIt"d ---- I druiiltt' foe Cr.... tod.,. I '.
was in charge of the devotion. Warren in Tallahassee last relatives In Ft. Myers In t'lnnlt (''.tII't. Itrtulfnril. (fount, III':..4;I.I'i'lilJ:;: I:,.4.S.hn,.p1.,,rrr llra.iroril>. C.....III. ,." your

I al. Mrs. J. W. Thomas was in week. week. Fi-nl rmrUla K :3 KIIU In (..liuncerv.|li's, .11''I' t'lillntirr 1, I: viiPranrpa ,I lI.u'ltlllM\lIe.'. i"I. ''..rt i',,, I'lalnllff.I t I \a.OrUrr .
HARDWARE charge" the'program. The next O. G. Lewis Is spending a few Meadows Anderson la In l I Ivnuwli-n.. :I linfiinlaniI'lino t'ItK.' Alnllllll..r,,| 74)42.) L''lel'. "r."I\I.
d will bo held Jan. 19 at here with friends and rolaflives. Nil 1075.<> DC l> ; j .
Flooring Siding Framing meeting days for a few days doing Order uf l'tlhll'llIlun anti Notice. 'nMI.atloiinl.. >,.i|.,
the Community Center at 2:30: ii* 1'I'P. "'

I k ,j Sah Doors AobestoitMilngle p.m. All ladies are aaked to please Mr. and Mrs. Z'nasVllliams work.Mis. Charlie Cowen Is Vlanevv,!STATE I I. <)1.\\.I". 'l-'l"orK'I". .. luii-n I ii .\ rintili <...: All.S. ..rt Alexiin.r'r R 1010'| ('Ill.1"I.uUIH.\....., "Iu..... ie..-. u'1lboinjhot

I l & Skiing (Asphalt come. and children and Mrs. Paul Stewart >lii-r I IN, .\I"'ln\| ., f.dj !I'll, ,Ikwmx idnVa1' 1".1 I k i""'n In Tun.lull.I I >'u'-
: (
tier husband in the Unlvpr .! :lI".r.I" I I'piifi I Pai'lw. I I'..
Steel Casement* were among those shoppingIn for few this. \vook. You are retunrpil' to Knuear onKtlilinil Vim, me, re<|iilri-it, 4 to, nt< '"' \
Shlnglm DRMONSTRTION: "" CLI'B City a days :: Janil.iry 24ft 1114'1.:) l nlmv"illv" 'I
In
llli- iilimenamml tile
i'F Starke Saturday.We v I Illll I I I 1IIH.1 I" ii... .
I BrlckSan.lGravelCf'ment31etal The Home Demonstration Club Court and rouse, Immpmi CUI/I'.. .! IInd .'.".II/"" V.',',,. .In witeirI'
are glad to report that Lee Vl'h..r"hl I 1.1..I"urt l! I I *.k.. '.". <
plaintiff seeks divine "
& Componltlon Hoofing met Tuesday afternoon Jan. 4, Galney Is much better at this Recent Deeds C'ountv Teli-irriinh Bhall. nublish' f-il-r t'i'tiitty. 'I"T"h'.nl', .h..11 ei'll'lv., J"'SIU"I, '
iet ftmr .
at the Community Center. The writing. ibis Order In .next, four weekly | % I .
.
Moulding Screen Vllre called to order 155105. /WA'.mA 3i'hij? >rri I
r meeting was by Recent deeds. ns recotded Witness mv hanJ and official sj I :
Sh'rwlnVIIJIBmIlPAINTS the president Mrs. T.V.. JIar- ,. the County Court House: ....ltl ,ill I I MlnlUv, \ !1"1.,101", IIis,! .IIU'"- 23. Il1fN.* .
Refreshments served orv I 2. 14)45.OFFiCtAL. I IOFI"ICJAT.: Bci"k: \. .7. TIiotniti and y yu'l1w
key. were Kenneth Merrill Struth to SEAL> A. 3. Thomas Au* o'f imelil C"tirt. |
[ F.IRB.tNKSMORSEBy by Mrs. Markey Mrs. O B. Col- New River Ax Clerk pf siurt Court fly II.t vest C'nM"Y, fl I!. I
I Paint Your House 6 Howell Nasworthy: lot on Jolu. J. 4 II..II'P"MUII.' .
son, and Mrs. H. B. Crosby. The Hv Hnven Cii bv. I Ii.) CIIiTv mist I 1'1.: 81. .\1/1/ir. ,
Pay The ,,_'s.IIO..E \\\TER STEMS side of Miicllnon' St. between H.-hl.-n" I linvtuiiit HfMi-h, ) Kill tie.' l0IorIsIa i : '
next will be held Tuesday I.H 4t 54I Attn. for Pif. 13.24 |
__ meeting AND LONG BRIDGE and Court Httoets.W "II)'" for I'lf 4t .H

Feb. 1. By Mrs. K.': A. Sapp S Sibley Brad. Co. to ,1. I.S Irrnlt. I....su;.. ilrBiir, ..nl, ....u...,. I Hurl.Ii.. .('I IrruK.I S..f..t.-< llrn.ironl.. (.oiii.tr.1, llove it !
haneer
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Mr. and Mrs. B. TI Hnrdln and S S. 0 S C. Khoden. Starke. 2 acres I. liirlilill". I HIIIHS( III t linnerrj.llariv I Iliiywiiiiil -It" riHlntlff.. J.ililliilav,. '1'..k..". tlulnlirr.' I VM. Mmy ; J.
'I'.k I ml '. |ii.ri-iulint ,,,. ,,
F .
LP.'C"iidint. : Cm ,
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1'4<)
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
TACIB FOUR'
Bunch. Mrs. W. W. Lamar. and
i i H.
6' ly decorated for the meeting with I WSCS Notice Junior Club Hears Mrs. Stump Hostess \ Waldo OES NoticeWaldo Woman's Club t Mrs. Robert Metzger were welcomed -
Into the club at this time.
arrangements of seasonal flowers State ChairmanMembers At Dinner Honoring Chapter 120. OES will Met WednesdayMrs.
In
SOCIETYMrs. was charge of
and native greenery. There will bo a special serviceon The program
I Club OfficialsMrs. meet In regular session Friday, Junlus M. Smith, president, Woman's Club
.. Following the routine business Monday Jan. 17, at 3 p.m. of the Junior Woman's the Junior and
#6 Jan. 14, at 8 All members meetingof
Mrs. W. G. Hailo. chairman of the for the "Advanced Program" of Club of Starke held a beautifultea F. F. Stump was hostessat pm. presided over the regular featured a talk by Mrs. 'Leonard
Smith HostessTo at the Woman's Club build- are urged to attend and visiting the Woman's/ Club Wednesday "An Eventful YearIn
program committee presented the Methodist WSCS. Every wo- a lovely dinner party Thurs- I Smith, Jr. on
UDC Members Mrs E. K. Perryman who gavean man of the church Is Invited. We Ing Thursday, January 6, from day evening of last week follow members are welcome.-Mrs. '' afternoon at 3 o'clock. At this a Nervous Century",
four to five-thirty honoring Mrs Woman's Club tea, Catherine Vlckers, W. M.; 1\\ss'\ Ritch, ,
please ing the Junior time Mrs. H. C. program Mrs. J. R. Wainwright chairman
account need
historical and us
interesting need you you of Ocala. State Louise Raulerson, Secy.
Mrs. L A. Davis president, of Stonewall Jackson. She con- come. Neil M. Bitting of Junior Woman'aClub" for the honor guests at the tea, ___ chairman, distributed the new of health read letters from
Chairman Mrs. Nell M Bitting of Ocala member was tuberculosis patients thanking her
and each
presided over the monthly meet- cluded with a poem of Jarkson'slife. O'Dellof year books
and Mrs Raymond O'Dell of Jack- J. R. Wainwright entertained In
and Mr Raymond and She asked
the by-laws for Christmas presents
ing of the U. D. C. which was The hostess, assisted by her Jacksonville, District Chair honor of Betty Lou's fifth birthday urged to study
held Wednesday of last week at Mrs. Halle gave plans for the co-hostesses, Mrs. J. E. Wilson man of Junior Woman's Clubs. sonvllle. anniversary home rules. Mrs. J. W. Klncald the senior club to prepare "nun-
served The table was overlaid with a social chairman, told of Interest shine bags" for two patients.
and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee,
of Stonewall
the home of Mrs. Junius Smithon contest of the life
essay Guests were greeted at the door cloth centered witha The youngsters played gamesIn In for an allmember T. B.
E. Madiaon Street. Jackson In which students of a salad course during the social linen banquet ing plans store The hostesses, Mrs. Hard
by Mrs. Guy Sale and were presented low arrangement of camellias the yard and prizes were dinner. Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and Mrs.
The Smith home waa attractive- BHS will be entitled to compete hour. line. and ing
to the receiving by bowl- awarded to Buater Partin
and fern In a crystal Mrs. J. R. Wainwright an- W. H. Nollman, served refresh
Miss Evelyn Stump. The receiving Sally Ann Epperson. During the
Enjoying the affair with the nounced that the Junior Club l Is menta.I .
of Miss afternoon received basketsof
line was composed they

SEE OUR MANY BARGAINSTHEN Junior Lillian Woman's Stump, president Club, who of was the I Miss Lex hostess Green Martha and honored Director Lynn Bitting.guests of District were Mrs. square candy birthday favors.cake The was beautiful centered day sponsoring, Jan. 20 a, at bingo 8 p.m.game Thurs Geo. I County Office Telegraph!Supplies at The Bradford

lovely In a flowered Jersey gown with a pink flower banket holding Three new members, Mrs.
Four, Mrs. Junius Smith presi
BUY! Mrs. Nell Bitting arrayed t *Inn a dent of the Senior Woman's Club, pretty little pink and yellow roses. -- --- ----'- ----- -

beautiful long blsck white taffeta crepe skirt blouse, Mrs.and Lillian Miss Evelyn Stump.Birthday. Stump and Miss Mrs.:!serving Walnwrlght the 45 little was guests assistedin by II 11111 ALVAREZ' STORE Men's; :' h: III III!

(SLIGHTLY USED) 3-PIECE Junius Smith, president vt the Mrs. George Flynn and Mrs. Glenn Es I
Kitchen I Cabinets t Starke Senior Woman's CTun\ Who Wood.
Parties
BLONDE BEDROOM SUIT wore black crepe Mrs. Raymond
O'Dell, In a black crepe. trimmedIn Enjoyed This Week

Original Value 249.50 gold sequins Mrs. Martha You make real savings & enjoy finer flavor when you buyCOSTOMGROUNDAP
Wood, In black crepe, and; Mrs. St. Mark's Parish House on
, Lawrence Dugger president of Church Street was the scene of a

Close Out Price --- $150 I+ the State Farm Community Club lovely birthday party Wednesday' COFFEE
wore a black satin gown. Each afternoon when Mrs. Guy Sale entertained
member In the receiving line worea for her daughter, Linda
Large Round. :Mirror Large fliOht t corsage pf white ramplltaa. I
And \'anltynd Rid Kay.A
The guests were Invited to the color scheme of pink and

tea table by Mrs. ICldrldge Smith green was used In decorating for till 'A .
and Mrs. Louise Wainwrlght. The the party. During the afternoonthe \. ) .

(SLIGHTLY USED) 3-IMECK( ; : .. ...,. Y long tabl was covered with an children enjoyed many games.

exquisite linen cloth and was centered The refreshment table was at- { ii Mr u a. Je ".10.. entree aivea
WALNUT FINISHBEDROOM with a beautiful arrange- J 0 yC 7-Y mare eaaoe. a.t.
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tractive with birthday"party .
11 a "happy Oak more roe ,..... moony
? ment of yellow roses and jonquilsIn cloth with 'matching nap- then t f cottrrl
SUIT a low silver bowl flanked at kins, and centered with a pink and RfE Y 'I'Mu.xnd.. vi hu hn.pfrom
's- -1 ..hn....... ..
ouch end with silver tea set'vices.' green cake with seven tiny can ....er..... of ...n..r.tbvrfliuillly ....
Original Value 199.50 Mrs Roy M. Ward and Mrs. A. dleR. 's A. ?tl to t A I-.....r...
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N. Holiday past presidents. of Mf. p It lip In l: f7r 11..1II
Baskets of candy were given to r
y the Junior Woman's Club pouredtea the 45 guests who were 1
g gRound young! aepVO
Close Out Price --- 139.50 -- the first hour and Airs. Vernon I invited to help Linda Kay cele- litmR
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Silcox and Mrs. H. H. Adams ut
the occasion. : Tales
I brate lF
poured tho last hour. Sliver trays II I OUR 1 1.19lona r OCI
:Mirror Largo Chest Assisting Mrs. Sale In serving 25 th. '
And >'a..llyn.1 liedTHROW hold green and white decorated were Mrs. Edna Prevatt, Mrs COEF'lm z.IIr. t15
petit fours and dainty open faced. W. C. Powell, Mrs. H. H. Adams ran
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"' Red .1 White Porcelain T stmdwichas. Silver compotes held I I, Fuu eoYao V"QW
'I| and Muss Audrey Carlisle Sliced PEACHES. 2'Jc! m bog -IOc
RUGSAX.MI.NISTKK ljirK Flour. ISIti green and white decorated mints

Plenty of t..rlllC. :-11'11"| and assorted nuts. The R. G. Davis home on N. RED CIRCLE

: ; Artistic arrangements' of ferns Church street was the scene of lona 23 01:. e kAR o 1 ib. bag .lie
.\ .. *il ColorsSI.K I
H rt< I FORK & DEANS 2 for 23c vl G
27-X3V'. 59.50USE and native greenery were placedat a birthday party around a campfire tOFRfE d
points of Interest throughoutthe in the yard, Saturday evening wiser a ItOKAK Coffee.
7.95 & 9.95 auditorium for the occasion I' given by Mr. and Mrs. R. O. .\&:P o' 1 tb. Frog 47c
..... with'ft lovely arrangement of narcissi -I Davis for their son Steven who APPLESAUCE 2 for 27c ; m
on the piano. The library was celebrating his 13th anni .

OUR BUDGET; .PLAN. See Our New'Line of Living (Room ,,'urnltureIT'S mantel was centered with a low versary. Chocolate / / f / r etb.
bowl of camellias and Games In the "
greenery. were played yard CREAM 1 DROPS 35c
During the afternoon several under' the electric lights strung!
A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER ATDenmark
selections were rendered on the for the occasion, and the light of

piano by Miss Betty Ann Flynn the huge campfire. Roasting wieners Meats
Furniture Co.PHONE and Miss| Marian MoRae. and marshmallows led to Buy Right---Buy 'Super Right'

Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Mrs. the merriment of the evening. ;
., .
&P '!" Iilaht'wrntn -
Blnr'I
I Millard Judd wore in charge of Helping Steven celebrate the I .... 4 Z ..... hitch. iinlljr.prr alien >t.uj
151 STARKE. FLA. refreshments and wero assisted occasion were Louts Wise, Steven I j mir miMiry'n...M.rl h of. f t>iilr.. .

t by Mrs William Jackson, burs Children. Roland Petry, James ,1'( fIre per I...amahlr httt counlw I'M-ltn nut .h heirh'*..nnl-
M. E. Land and Mrs. Norbert Davis Richard Henderson, Robert \e't CI My' >4>n set for your' i>i..n.J'1

Szymczak. Also assisting in serving Manning, Richard Kuhn, Tom Me \\IIITEIIt.: : KVAPORATfcbTaliMILK: : \ <.M

I were Mrs, Clifford Hazen, Clane Charles Jenkins, Archie Fla., Dressed & Dra\\n
,.,. bANAIMGi.
ARM ,C p. WR.ECKING ICO.RP .jf Mrs D. L. Thomas, Mrs. S. O Carmichael, Hollis Knight, Jr.

Denmark, Miss Lucille Mitchell 'Johnny and Gus upelu.ion. Lloyd _
Mrs. Willard Puss. Mrs. W. C. Grlder, Billy Bule, Levy Canova Fryers lb. 59c
I \ Act Now And Save! Powell, Miss Garnita Hutto, Miss Jr and Marlon Harrington. ,

I Freddie Wlmberly Mrs. J. R. 1 3 for 39c
Wainwright and Mrs. R. J. Davis, Little Linda Sue Sullivan celebrated
Junior Woman's Club sponsor her third birthday anniversary 1 lib. Roll SAUSAGE - 43c

f t.-- SEASONED:>> Invited to call during the appointed I Monday afternoon with I Nectar TE.1 lb., 95c
hours were about 123 ten of her little playmates. I I
LUMBER
Games and hunt 19c Western Loin End Cut
guests Including members of the a pecan were Ann Page KETCHUP
t- Starke Senior Woman's Club and. enjoyed during the afternoon followed
the of delicious ROAST CHOPS Ib.--43c
by serving 39cPork or
( BONE-DRY. the State Farm Community Club. refreshments. Ann Page ,
MAYONNAISE, pt. -
Invited to be with, Linda Sue
The regular monthly meetingof
FOR A LIMITED TIME! the Junior Woman's Club was ,, were Linda Carol Varnes Faye
Ann Page Skinned HAM lb. 63c
HEATERS held Thursday evening of last I and Mrs.'Joe Leon Howard Wainwrlght., Earl Mrs.Summers Henry ,. SALAD DRESSING pt. 29c Sunnyfield -
week at the Club house.
Thornton and Dottle Sue,
Mrs. Nell Bitting of Ocala Michael Sullivan and Mrs. Mabel Ann Page
: : guest speaker, gave an Inspirational Sullivan. 1000 Island Dre ing.Smoked BACON SQUARES lb. 33c
IV-24. talk on the duties and responsibilities ,
I of Junior Club work. Little Betty Lou Wainwright

i Guests at the meeting Included I I made a charming hostess in her Ann pall; creamy -16 oz. 5 to 8 lb. averageSmoked ;
Mrs. O'Dell Jacksonville red PEANUT BUTTER 33c:
Raymond of first long party dress of
f !, h6. 1.8, litO . ... 1IrLt'x Green and Mrs. I I taffeta with a bustle. Tuesday afternoon Picnic HAMS lb. 45c
9 WHILE I''II.I III"/I ")I I i III" FLOORING Junlus Smith. I, when her mother Mrs. AAI' Early: June -

,a 1mJtlt, } [ tel, h4 Pin. . 5000 M Plans were made for a bingo j. To PEAS, No. 2 can 23ctliir
THEY LAST to be held Rule .
( game Thursday even- .
(f/ ",,1t' PINE SHEATHING Inn Jan. 20, at 8OO: o'clock. at Misery fc. S 1'UCHILI .. 12 tit. Cudahv Gold Coin: BACON JL 59c

T6G..6.h8.J.10.; . 60MPLtJMBING the Club hon.so. with Mrs. J, R. H.\l'T 25cI'rgetaldn .
Wnlnwrtght as chairman. I

SUPPLIES ,I -SHEETROCK I the A hoHteSHrn salad course, Mrs was S. nerved Q. Denmark by{- 'L666 ( Sh ,rtrnln r Simnyfield Sliced BACON Ib. 73c

and GYPLAP Mrs. n. L. Thomas. Mrs.
I 1WIO M Tin/T-IAMI raft MfUlf
Erivest Phillips/! and Mrs. Robert dexo
'- PER
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LAVATORIES TOILETS I lTHOUSAND Barksdnle. Fresh Pork HAMS lb.
63cIT'S
Vltr.oi. china. Used Matoriolroot -
FLUSH VALVE evinq. ,
I --. Sn WI'i ''' 1S"'O"d fauc.ti. INCLUDEDVltraoua Surprise Party -I 3 !lb.! can, 99c

; For Mrs. DobbsAlton
China.I WALLBOARD pm. '
1 $1250 M 0 v. chroma. FL'1\ NATIONAL FISH MONTH( a'
I Sloan.' typa 'I I u 1 h s.., your own Dobbs assisted, by Mrs

WORTH 520.00 NEW! valvo. 7 home 3'a" o"omlollll't thlkn.sw 21 Ines Kelly I entertained at a delight I 4 ALAN I ,. AT A & p ash y% cS ,

l -SERVICE"SINKS- '12"WORTH i CELOTEXcNll'na" tlon- )for! Mrs.\[ surprise Dobbs Thursday birthday party evenIng DOORS OPEN1OOP.M.DAILY ,Icr! Lg. Headless Ocean Shrimp Ib 69c'' :::

J I"m.'art" roll, rim.l.ftl.$ so y," thick"... -.... J''!l'c ft.I of lust week at the Dobb'w.
I 24. vry a zo"few l Only 12 $zs NEWT! 1" IhU-kiK-at. a... 7o home on Lafayette Street. Frozen H. & G. Whiting lb. 19c

I WORTH $46.00 NEW The refreshment table was overlaid
: Frozen Red Perch Fillets
tb. 33c W!
-PLIIMRtR'SELECTRICAL: 'SUPPLIES: :: with a beautiful lace
centered with an arrangementof Frozen Whiting Fillets, lb. 27c "
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LEAD pink rune buds In a crystal :.Sun.' .. Mon.. Jan. 16. 17
I .m.'ted and ....t PORCELAIN CONNECTORS vas At each end of the table wasa l 1 I Extra Standard Oysters, pt. 83c #'h+ '
I Into handy .1.... OX white birthday cake with tiny Are You With It? ,
.rlO'Whila !
:; .r RECEPTACLES pink candles. I
aI: 28 @ Donald' O'Oinnor *: Olgia San OR \OHETTI;
i I II> For b.......",.. 'laundrlaa, |eo they lottf? Mrs. Dobbs was the recipientof Juan
I bll'''., ahopa. ... !!:..ate.,. many lovely gifts from the ANi New* *: Comedy 8 u:. pkgs. FRUITS & VEGETABLES :

Reeeofaclc Boxes AUTOMATIC FURNACE- twenty-five assembled guest

--1 .! .. .. .. U..f.n.wond Cf\'TDtL, ,$ '7S T...-.*.. Jan 18 OM.Y: .2forl9c f '

1)01 II 1.1.' Ill > WINDOWSo 4' Wash.
Winesap Apples 2 lb. 29c
0 WORTH. $3500 NEW, Of Birthday DinnerMrs. John\Va>n.. Daily -

with 12.., 0 H fi TO R CONTR'OirSWITCHES Also New.t1'ed. ,A DOC; FOOD. :3 for 23c
FP A ..1 : n Herbert Deal entertained
""m m ,IeS Worth 2Sa N wBUY
Monday evening at her home on U. Th 11 1'''.. Jan. 10\ 2OIHIHLK LETTUCE Iceberg 60's 2 heads for 25c

.. I Si IV# I A 1 [mJ North dinner Walnut In honor Street of with Mr. a Doal'iBirthday. stag FEATURE Doe :MEAL ;5 lb. 53c Lg. Idaho Baking POTATOES. 5 11.>. 33c
Fighting Mustang
HOME! $" soI When each guest arrived
1:1: 1I..fl.'II.: :
t avrllrnf.ren.dlflae. .. he was presented with an Wild Sunset! CarsonAN Dally
Il.ndy
ter h.m.d In lr IY.alallnlln.
',,1 .. __Easy Terms__be; WORTH $10.00 original was later humorous read to the. verse honor, guest.which : ?) Kibbled i Hiscuit. 2 lb. 29c New Fia. Red Bliss Potatoes 3 Ib. 25c

The Other Love Furl. JOO 111.13
-. 20 Iwly
1 The table had for Us centerpiecea %
9 Lite GRAPEFRUIT Large Size 4 23c
for
arrangement Barbara SlanuyikXvrn S: David -
OTHER ITEM VALUES" lovely spring
_
SIII(LE flowers and was flanked on either Scratch Feed.. 23 m. LOT

: 'lEm SASH OALVANIZEOWIT side by pink candles In crystal
Fresh Green CABBAGE
HEATING BOILERS
lb. Uti lb. 4cyh.C
< > lratch Feed I. If1e
: : IRON holders. A delicious chicken dinner Frl.. \at" Jan. 2 > 2"D01BLE -

i $1 7S Hot ..t... and low Oalvanltarf.' flat matal .11..... waa served. FKATOIE ,
proaauroj.
:\f..h, 100 iD. 4-ST .
ADD 34"' In ana. Not apa.ratad
deem....t.r.In 0 v.I.I".f Those enjoying this lovely affair RomanceIn p ;)
, Nlaale ..... fn ...,...........--...-..-.-. al.... Priced to tall I off the sold suck aa it
Naaworthy. Joe Wilson, Arch The Rockies i5
! f w. LACK. GALVANIZED. SOIL
PIPE-, FITTINGS.. Thomas, Junlus Smith, Gene Mat Wllh Tom Kern Laying d GrowMa.h 23 Ib 1.11 R "
g'.t.n BY TUB: FOOT Oil TOV
, thews Al K. Carlisle, T. K. Mc- AND: -
' .... OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY FROM 8 A.M. TO S P.M.1WUORP. Clane J. H. DuPre, and Guy I :
Andrews. \ DICK TRACY t

, After the dinner' the meeting of MEETS GRUESOMWith A l. n
I
the Board of Directors of the Rotary 1 Boris KarloffAim () \ ., "" z't
Club wan held and it was I
) News &: Serial
decided that on February 3rd a I
.Cl play would be given for the benefit
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Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wilkinsonhad Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Manassa Quigley Home Scene wives!' of the members of the of Roanoke Va.; Mrs J. B. Mason CARD OK THANKS

as their dinner guests Sunday visited Mayor and Mrs. D E. Huf- National Executive Committeemen of Lynchburg Va.; Mrs. B.
I IBITS
of LOCAL< NEWS ] Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott and faker in New Smyrna last Friday. Of Tea Honoring; !' of the National L. Fisher of Marttnsvllle, Va. and We wish to extend heart-felt

Mr. and Mra. J. R. Mott of Brook.er Not "Self Service"VK. NLEA VisitorsFriday Laymen'sEvangelistic Clearwater Fla.: Mrs. Walter thanks In appreciation of the
and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel! Lay- NERVE YOU. Bring your liiomlry Association which lovely flowers cards and word
-- - - -- --- -- -- Sherrel of Charlotte. N. C., Mrs.
of Gainesville.Mrs. and dry, cleaning. irol>lmm. to I IStnrke 1 was held here of sympathy offered' to UII on the
here field and children | the past weekend II. T
Friends will regret to W. E. Torode, Jr. will spend afternoon from four to DnyliH of Columbia S. C..
learn of the death of I-. R. Lewis, the latter part of this week In M. F. Hazen attended the Dry Cleaner & Ijiumlry. five o'clock an 'informal tea was Delightful fellowship was enjoyed and Mrs. E L. Ralley of Macon, death of our beloved wife and

father of Lloyd H. Lewis of Wil- Atlanta attending the Chevrolet Inauguration exercises in Tallahassee Mrs. C. G Mc ranie Mrs. Kate and refreshments of peppermint Ga. mother Nancy Maydell Parker.
,.
mington, Del., which occured on Regional Dealer's Convention.Mr. last week and spent Tuesdayof Caldwell, and Mr. and Mra. Jim given by Mr J. T Quigley and tea. Coffee and wafers and our immeasurable gratitudeto

Dec. 20. Mr. Lewis was prominent and Mrs. Leaton Morgan this week In Gainesville. Bunker and sons, all of Jackson. Mrs. Kolan Stoker at "Io cum Se. Were served. neighbors and friends for their
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In civic and fraternal life in Jr. apent the weekend In Sparr Starke" Dry Cleaners| & Laundry yule were visitors at the homeof cum". the homo of !Mrs. Qu'glwyon Guests attending from out of Complete In stock. line at nf The office. Itnulfnnl.upplleenow Illness.kindness With and care during her long

Wilmington and before his retirement visiting relatives. cam take rare of all your Mrs. W. B. Alexander Sunday Mable Street, honoring the town were; Mrs. Frank Bade, I County Telegraph.' John H. Parker deep appreciation.
and
in 1923 was associated with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez of laundry and dry ('loaning' problem afternoon.Mr. family.
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the smokeless powder departmentof Jacksonville visited Mr. Martin. .*. Phone! 2H.Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews '-- -

the duPont Company. ez' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tommy Ritch left Fridayfor attended a presentation of Eugene :rt.O'r.n f.'as%' "., oaf"'A ;!7CawsatR! .,..%1.:.t.'J;;" 'I i it if!

B5th Anniversary Sale at AI- Martinez, on Sunday. his submarine base In New ONell's "Anna Christie" on the : I ,
fit' .
varez'. Mr. and Mrs. A L. Bennett of London Conn. after spending: the stage of the Artillery Lane Play ': 1f ; I : t'-rl' .:. Buy GIBSON I at HART'SWe
house In St. .
,
Miss Jeanne Pollet spent last Eustis were weekend guests of holidays here. Augustine Saturday I '' I. I11'l' 11.t.,. >,'
her uncle and Mrs. Johns Miss Emmy Hlghburger and two evening. 'li'l1'1 '''':<;', J \
,
.week visiting aunt Ruby ; v tire M''W.1; \.'t SW&vlv; !ttla .y\\ .
Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Hall In Starke Dry Cleaner & Laundry maters, Katie and Marie of Jacksonville Price. Drastically Reduced at'Ah'al'Pz' \ e.u- m'.a't'.t:' "f' h.J _:_ ..mt.: '"\ Finance Our Own Paper -

<-an take ran of all your were !Saturday visitors I ir _

laundry anti dry cleaning problems of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffen. Mrs. Dale Van Slckel and children No One To Deal With Rut Us!

Phone 28. Mr and Mrs. C. A. Knight were Judy and Bill flew in from.

Citra.CARPENTER'S Mrs L. D. Vining was visiting In Jacksonville on business Tues- Los Angeles, Calif on Frid'iy' to I DOUBLE FEATURE

Mrs. Proctor Snow in Daytona be with Mrs. Van Sickel's
day.Mrs.
1
from Wednesday through Friday Bertha Pearce had as her ther, Mrs. W. J. Epperson!' Sr.l Jan. Clearance
last week. weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. S. who is quite 111 in the Riverside LoIvtEzR ldglR @F8FNYE ta 'N>

M. Simons of Richmond Va. and Hospital In Jacksonville The Van I

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxton of Sickels are staying with Mr and

F Oakland Park. Mrs. George Anderson while here I of Fine Furniture
EXPERT Mr. and Mrs. S. K. hadas
Sparks Trade at Home! :31-hour !Serviceon / mik

their guests Sunday Mrs Lau damp wash and rough dry at ,

t>ad ioeepatC ra Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Lu- Starke Dry Cleatim & I.uumlry.! STAUTS: FUIIJAV..\ UAItY I II I (ONEKKK:

ther Wilson of Green Cove Spring I'honi28 for ilck and delivery TOP-TO-TOE
| up
and Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Bounds start Jc.... I ONLY= ENDS; : :SATURDAY, JANTARY:' 22 t

of Palatka.
: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Patton who (toI1tJOVIIRtJV
.
3.5h! Anniversary Sale at ,\1-1 I
were enroute from their weddingtrip
'arpz'. to Tampa to their home in Any Floor Lamp Any LINE=
Mrs. Lex Green, Director of District a) S1
Jacksonville were dinner guests ,
Four spoke at the luncheon CEDAR
Monday. evening of"Mr. and Mrs. IN !STORK: CHEST

I following the regular monthly E. L. Matthews. Also having din. ? ( See the big Glblonf.ez'
PRESCRIPTION I meeting of the South Side Wo- IN' STOKK "
:
ner with the Matthews and their Locker and '
man's Club in Jacksonville Thurs- / PRICE C
.
PHARMACIST SERVICEChas. I day of last week. guests were Dr. Jlnd Mrs. W E. I : P fr..h'ner Lockeryou'll ? as 49.95 Cash
Middleton. Miss Madge Middletonand want' them In -
Mrs. Carrie Adams of Jacksonville ri y
Phone 64 STARKEOntheMinil C.Shepherd. is visiting her anti. Dr. H. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. l\aUh..ws.1. [ 1 your new refrigerator. >NK: i.itr
I Mrs. Ada Alexander, Miss Wilma frjrfrws Cold
See how Gibson
Service II. Adams, and family this week. One Lot Fiber!
Alexander and !Mrs. M L ,
!
Fur clothe. I hat need that Modulation preservescolor Table Mod. Radios

DAY & NIGHT At Gay's Service Station I I ."Mi| <-<'lul.. runrnll :\Ir.... Smith at Maynard attended the church t. flavor, vitamins Vindow SHADES
services in the Philip! Church in
the Starke Dry Cleaner' *. flats' AND WEIGHT of your 29.95! !>: (fo 1'.93: !>: Valuos!
.:----------"" '"W : I ;III/ir/ :_; 2H. Columbia County on Sunday. ''I food for dally 19c each -- Cash
ISi-e our 83th Sale ml. Alvarez,
Mrs. P. E. Stone Miss Mamie i..wakx.N.e economy for better 19.95 Cash
: Anderson and Mrs. G. L. Thomas I I"t.; 1891. i II IIe IIu living. Easy) la owns' -

COLD WEATHER IS STILL AHEAD: of : '- ; Sxindai l:: r\I;
of Mr. and Mrs. E M. Davis. COME IN TODAY! OMi.nr;
Hirclwye .M.ipleBedroom
-
COME: IN AND: !SEE ont DISPLAY OF I Mrs. W H. Kollman announces iiiiI I I

that the Colonial Inn Restaurantwill 229.95 Storage CHESTS Suits
Cold .
the RIGHT
GAS HEATERS RANGES! I be reopened! under new management 1'1' :' ) UK.

In the near future.H. e It (.t.. 1'7.AND Moisture for l'un1' inrrd 9.95 each u__ Cash 153.93 Cash
And WATER HEATERS I A. Mana.osa was in Lakelandthe I ( tr EACH KIND of Food.

early part of the week on
business H7 FINANCE 011!: OWN PAPER ON ALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES !

ROSIER GAS COMPANY I James Hollingsworth has takena i

position with the Milligan Funeral

Phone 193 Starke Hla.J j Hollingsworth Home in will Paris join Tenn.him with.Mrs. Any Hassock Lamp Shades THROW RUGS Leatheron Tables

in a few weeks. V.1ltlOIIS MODELS I


"*|For>elal clothe care", call that Airs.nerd Smith that at 1/? OFF 29c each 1/ OFF 19.95 Cash

.
-
Every Branch of the Starke Dry (.Cleaner. Phone. ,itn 7You'll -
2,.. get double pleasure and

INSURANCEH Mr and Mrs E. S. Matthews! better pictures. with the right 1I'h'ce!) Bllln" I ::1-Plt'l'e t Aluminum.. I1nOnished! h
accessories. Come in and, we'llshow
Wednesday for Orlando. where
; I they will visit Dr. and Mrs II you how to give your pictures Dining Room Suit Bedroom Suit Lounge Chairs 1-1I.CHAIRS

B. McLendon for a few days. the "Hollywood Touch". "llh Huh ('IWi'4t Red,, or Blue


C. WALL AGENCY f fPLEASK at Miss U of Ona F.Dcmorest spent! the, a weekend student Here are just a few Specials; $125 -- Cash 108.45. 7.95 3.95

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. '
F. Demorest. Close! Up 'Lens' 1.10'

PHONE llfi 1f Trade at Home! 2'-hour !Service Platform Rocker One Sectional Double ur Single! YOUTH BED
wash and at Fli; >! h Cuns; fromFlash 3.15;
on damp rough
dry
Constant Service Over -30 YearsCLASSIFIED= C 0 U C H BEDS Hardwood 1:0.: W.\XF.U
fiar( .." Wry LIe".wr uc: I-utnxlry.:( I $ II.! ;)") Vlllue ( ) IUUCII

-.......,- .,.......... I J'luirv' 28 fur (puck, up and delivery! HtiMw: from .161 59.95 Value ,(

her Ice.MM. I rilUr; Leila Sliades: Cable'! AT
-- 29.95 114.50 Cash HALF PRICE
I W. E. Middleton and Mrs. Releases. Developing,; Supplier --- 39.95
K. L Matthews! attended the Dow.lingPatten "
And JJany Other:: I.e..is. j
/ wedding/ In Jicr.on-!

-. vllle Thursday of last week. ''I Hose 2-Piece I Living

.ew .......l'.Io.rt'. ( hirk .1.f.:1 err ..<>...p..-..- .....Ire tin rrpiilrlnit--T-----. liiimlSpecial Frit-en! DraMlcally. Reduced at We are always !Clad to help CASHI Room: Suit t
1IMI. !ail tar vr.Nt.: <'Ol). V*rltr nhuut a orrheeera. inuslonln_.........n._. Alvarez. YOU Ret IIETTEU Pictures.I
other 'I hr. w., uurntxh game., Ailui'klhii I rates to ...........1... ... S..1 Mr\ and Mrs. Jim Killian left
1 iivuvy mixed 112.55 fur I Wllnnii, Z..U: Cherry Ht.. tUtnrltv.I'holio 119.50 HART Fur C :
lot.). iji&tlil: .Milutli" I. Hatchery, 12. ]1'1' for their home Waynesville, N. n. o.
lluuknuirt, Ua. Up C. Monday after visiting/ Mrs. Hollywood Camera: IS
.:5 IIKWAItn '
f"r return of Hi hwlnndcluxp ,
You BF:="T-rm. bovine, completelyremuilfliul I Itlfycl no. Ko'U'll.l. No Klllian's brother, Joe Tluby, for 1 Blue 2.PC. Suit
: :
:
I"Ilurn.t Hampton.MiN. iiicntliin| > HBkcO. Carl; llyril. rnrel I the past six weeks. & Gift ShopCall
: II. 11. WailMWiirlll.. 1<.'. Up ".r Krtiniit Uvrd. ,"..n'k.1.!... Up I KING
I Not "Self!' I !Service"SFR1'B I \VE j 109.50 Cash full Mf.| -, (Phone 80 Slnrke, Fla.
I'UETTY 01." MAl'l.K: I-IIKST:: It INSURANCE writ a l 11 Itnui: Poll Siring your laundry Street at \lr..lItl: : -
mirror 1I..oJ warn MtunO fur .ale.Jlrx fire automobile, liability and ,
I.
:. I'). I'. .:Mann Jr., \Viiler 1-.., life. s..e m* for your Inauranr and, dry leaning prnhleni to "':
Art l were Kill A f VV'HHhillKttMl. Up n..d N. D. WnlnwrlKht Jr., 129 !Starke llrv Cleaner* & Laundry. ::: -
W. (Cal!: (It.. Phone 164. If I. _.. ::20'V I If"- .-.. -....
FOR H.M.KI: I ItHllillx ailtcilimtliwuHhinM I Mrs. Estclle Black returned to .; .ItoII"_
; mHihinv. ,ri'iiniMiniilt. In the home of her pnr..nts.Ir and W'-2t
V- iIt V
.
lirlce. .:Mr.. 'mi", WlKKlnn. rionihThninpHiin !\I\nit E .ES: i.
HI, 1'h. 17.1.1. UpKOIl Mrs T ?J. Kemlrlcks, after spending
:. OF ALL KINDSRENOVATEII
1I1.::.'r: 5-rm. mm" Itiium'. KIIM several weeks with Mr. and !
Mrs. W. S. Gibson In GoUl.sboro.N I.
I'''''''''*. .Mf. rrfl'lg. tl'.tW. MartinITiiiliHu BEGINS FRIDAYEverything
.I',) N. Ti-nil'l' .\v.. Up C.Mr.. ar. _
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1.011 HAt.PV. ) tllll IHi-lon i'hrv.I 1 nnd Mrs. Huward A. Stif-
truck' I'. ilin i l Andy I'nrn, "...."nulil ford and daughter/ Mrs Gladys:
.. ,
Mm 1 |'I-JKI- C i N.l.i.i- .. .
|1.1"l Avn. HPIIOMK ,-j'::; C.uth and gramklnuijhtpr. Rober11.
.
-- -- -- (.. harented an apartment In
: ) IrOn ".\I.I'J: 5-rm wl.t"Hhinitlx ..
I tiuiiKuliiw' cpnter' of KiyiHtiiiiv Starke while their new home on
: MclRhtK.1 : Ncnrly' L-OIII|I'|CIIM: | FI'RNITI'REIiFt'I'IIOLSTERRi: tho new Blending rand Is being
J-'iifoH 1111.'Y' 'low prlciK, I !I.'. In Our StoreReduced
I'urnett. llnx 101. KtfVBltiim 1 I UpKOIl I ) i ompleti'd The St'lfford' of Filch
AND: ItDIIM.SIIEl: : mond Hill. Long Inland N. Y -

luiiliH.l 11.1. I.:3 t F::Hurrennl IIOIIMK, nf porch.II .roam.. l-uru* 2 Drop l'.. A Card were giu'ats at Whispering Pines

for :a I upt. llnllt In rablnetn l V.nethtn *>- II.V!iTINOS: \TTHESS: CO. odge. ; while negotiating for a

"hllrda.lt.hlliulH.. .. :Snirko: Pecan ll -o.tree.It Junn-. flU Roc 2311( PaUtktt, Fla.ItKlAfH nome in StarkeArthritis. EVERYTHING GOES !

Kan. .UpKBWI.NIl I
'I S; hun,H'cookfrt. m *nl It and l
:: \CIIINKS:! FOIL .fl'K:
nifortnltl ronniM at Vtrtnlnl Inn.
flit IlKNT.::; NI. I':I'1) I.. O. HKMI.NilVAY Alxo fut,'nlshed. and unftn, 'Ifhrdapnrtnivntu PainFor
\ 224 THOMPSON, : HT 8lp\ .f I2J| llrhtful )I..all.! NOTHING WITHHELD
-- i love hi. on. MadlKun tI.., NtnrkitfFt quick, delightfully co""orlln. help for
Foil PAUR rilRAP: 1 Franklin *ch.. and pane of FheurnmUjm. Arthrliia.Nturttl .
automutlu-ilrart'. wood heater: I tit IIK.MT; alt HAI.KhoilHit T *, LumbAffo. llel.U...or.ua'.a' tryKoinlnJ.
large ..oulbllrnlng'Irellllltl"1{ with\ lam: '..n.d.ln l tad Work ihrounh the blood. Pir"i doM
heat rr. H..lh In .good conill'iun. 2 H K ('h..r." Wt.. Writ -u fib usually Btart Kllcviatini, pain BO you con
Bradford. County TelecrRph tt I K.: H. .Mllllvan.: 4742 Astral 1"1 work njoy lifo and slotp more comfortabiy.Get SLIP COVERS
l-h 8091. Jarkm>nvl1lc lln Romtfid. a' drunt "fifty. Quick. com FABRICS
I pl'.U iutaction. or money back $uarntt4.
YOUR TIMBER W_\NTI.1; > Ti BIJV r*..il upriahtpiano ,
SELL Ino'HI eonilltlun A. J
DRAPERY MATERIAL
NOW Thomas Jr. Adjutant AnnrleanLfKinn.
Paid .' 2t t-IJ Good Employment!
Highest Cash Prices I

Foil HU.E: rililR'' U.l. on nnv
I BULK Itlauding> Yilrhwa I'. lid! ham. :Now I fit the time to l I..k aheuillo Beautiful? Plaid TAFFETA

WILL OR BUY IN UNIT IN fall ....t...rk.I.due. Write PO llnxnll tf >'>nir future. .,* an arnhltloiiH' WERE 1.19 1 A YD

don't
I )oung man. you want just
FOR SALE' :: Splendid' bulldlnit 1"tITS a i J"". You want the kind of I SATINS COTTENS
EDWIN W. PECKCr ft on Cherry PI. at oor. ,ofnth.
I
Ion fr : paved. sew.5g.a good employment that mean.
John W. TurnerP. liai.II' iriP./I Jos.] K. M'll* opportunity for >,.... Ye, the
__ ,
' O. Box!: 4G3 on. 1-7 tf kind1 employment that meanssrrurily THREAD BUTTONS RIBBON

I' (Gainesville, Fla. FOI1 If \I.P.: PalrT pr.iv.r. nninll.portahle where don't. liawto I
you C
'irimplvt' with motor, I NOW\
and I romprennnr run. and hon |3A. worry about your pay check.In : PILLOW CASES
! Send me a postcard Impure 2112:! :>I. Cherry Ht. lip "h"rt-the |rood employment!'

: will come see you. Foil BENT until June I: a-rnom, ii |M>rtunltl.<-.* now being offered I
. houuM nn fiingwl.y: I eke.. All-elf In. the new r.loI.nlf and I*. BUY ROUTINGS LJ
' HAI-K On. J-pfl. 'm..hn..ny. I k It'h..n.lnnln.. wilier *V) mn. } BED SPREADS:: SHEETS I
FOH Nnlnh llvlnn: room ...It"' t'an. ". _I'h. Ilir.: or 5.1T W ('"II4t. UpIIEVT' S. Air force Your pny stunt I

n..n at 1(. B Alvarrs .S Box>n 'Jr- FOR "ThiPo.. age \yarrhon.e' Writ. tf'I' block. from p..t.,"l'.. ril'n"h.d. housing.i'e ilfithlnv and SUMMER MATERIALS
BIOS ..
osphnn. I'm. p.i..I 1 hen .lei'. water 1 lieiilnhower >,.
f retirementg.innf
.. M.'R: hoti ., hath. J T gnfrlrv( 'fYFfi.wtp.'n'linen egnpnrntl} r
S-apartm.nt
FOR : | YARD
"p"un"ywH / | : free medical and. dental iC. + yEAST
*
partly fnrnlidwl. town corns -( ; Chin ph k-"|>-- WIMTON! SHADES N 0 W !
.
loi-nted. rlnht. lift rtrn.nt | I. -. Vtr i ...h orlr rare, I'.t 'n..n' Hero''i -
-CII1 1 lot tad| $3-200 T'rlr.d. too ap.ell a'Ht. "rl". f:. r XVaMIn, :3' ml N dial! fur you mat's top any I
,worth tb" Wall N.. Jo.. E. Waldo on ltd. inn. !lit Vka> )ou Mufti s>t it. Ir'or qu.lifled -

\"II..,.. .t If. C. Aceney." tfCONCPyTF ... "" .......n. fhr'nanm good employment
n-Pi"iTM7'nnmawdrplrn. ;;;;; a
.
: : FTA\W optH>rtunltle* are of
.... ., d"nornt..rt liar..ln. For ardn 11..01..*. BEFORE HEI.U r. YOUKTIMIiEK fend' In the \\'.\( and the. \V.\F.llctiH .
Nlrk'
hnm.
,.1... 4t *'IMtarko. I// TIMBER '
<>r your bIg opportunity

IOSPITA IN"l'RAXrKFor, : Information LAND.= SEE. WHITE orCAIJWINTON t...Iajr whit jour. L"""'. Armn I
about Mr HITE CKOw.I I*. H. Air' Forre Recruiter. II..'. I Central Dry GoodsBATES
H08PITAMZATION Pt.A?' u"<1wrtt P.4RRISII
..n by TO-yr-old BankjrUf. ; '. al the Slarke I'ootofflee Kldg.each .
GIBSON
('a..a It'" lir1 .. your or I. P. Monday, 9 Lm. to It noon.
... b" dad' to a.
will
r nr matlv* h"..a''t"r.' P. O. Box 235; Ye, and he's petally' trainedto
1>
you fol.. without.. H WalnwrlB-M.. In Mj. Phone 3 give you the best 01..............

Mahnn. 8t.. Stark_, Fla.. ItHttOn "t183W. LAWTEY, FLA. For your own ".............. CALL. iT. STAUKC, FLA.FRJIV. .

look 'Into them. opportunitiesfur .
l.I'''1': Kalfor.1 rd 3 Hrahroa Would also likr to Irate .
halter' and! good emplnynwnt' In the .
rop... Any r.envery calve.information: on will" wor hit'1.1.rewarded.. toth.lr I'I'h..lr.r turpentine. timber grrate business In the world! ,.,--_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ -.------_- ----------.J""

Box 144. *>'*r Cnll4 now! \
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: PAGE SIX BRADFORD COCXTV
TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY II, 1949

s S S S S S S ton during the past :week cuplcd by Mr. and Mrs. M. Bar Lake Butler last Sunday.Mrs. .
opening: prayer by Mrs. Beulah Mrs. T. J. Terry. Mrs. Joyce In rirrnlt Co.rt. Bradford CoyntrFlorida Ton are required t. appear on
State Farm Miss Dorothy Horn of Raiford ton. Mr. and Mrs. Sweat have }lad R. E. Taylor and daughterof Kelly. Refreshments were served urday and Sunday visiting Mrs.Terry' !. Ckaiievrr.Iliith January 31, 194't'! In the above named
with Miss Dorothy as visitors at various times duringthe Jacksonville "" tinier Kodecknr. Plaintiff v.. Court and cauee wherein plaintiff
Sunday after
spent the
spent Saturday meeting.: sister, Mrs. J. L. Jones. Nicholas I Edward Rod..ik.r, Pa ee ka divorce. Bradford County
Mr. Whltflrb'* Morgan. pant week Mr. and Mrs. Albert night and Sunday with Mrs. Tay:\; fen By Bryan Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sweat and their daughter lor's. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 1\\%. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and S. J. Futch of Jacksonville was Wrdrr O( rntellrajlloa. Aad :Notice next four weekly IsutipS.WItiiee. .
S S S .. S S S Marcus Reddish and their little Alfri-da Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Snpp McRae. son, Johnnie, of Jacksonville were visiting in Law tejT last weekend. STAT,] To OP Appear FLORIDA to: at Stark.., mv Florida hand, and this official December Real
Mrng Baby son, Roger of Keystone Heights and Mr. and Mrs Elmer Wallace. -Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman I Dr. Lepps of the University of TClcholua Kdward. Roduckvr whoa 29 1H4K.OFFICIAL.
Robert
Batten ... SEAL) A. J. Thomaa
Glendn last Florida and his r ld"nre and aililreH I In: 191-0 (
and their daughter Lee weekend. of
A. C. Davis, corps helpers
Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Keng announce Mr. and Mrs. Joyce and son of Starka 167th Street Jamaica N. Y.i Aa Clerk of aid Court.
were I
the birth of their second and Clifton Davis were vlslters all of Kalford. Woodrow Hollings evening dinner Sunday. The Home Demonstration Club were In Lawtey last Monday mak- You are ;required: t: appear: 01 ny Hnven CreRby D. C.
of
son, William Michael, In Shady- of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Landin worth of Lake City and Dewey guests Mr8.Batten' datlons for needed changes and January 94th. 1949, In the above 1C. K. rrI't"n.' Starke. Florida.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. held its monthly meeting Wednes- I named Court and CHUBB wherein Attya. for is-k 4t 1-91
crest Hospital, Starke, January 6. Mayo Saturday night and Sun- Holllngsworth of Palatka. Britt Alvarez.Mr. day of last week at the school repairs. plaintiff aeekfl. divorce anil reutora
I Harmon tlon of maiden nnme. Itradfor In (rirral Conrt. Rrndford C.enty..
week' withM. Supt. P.
Following a stay Morgan visited .
day.Mr. and Mrs. I.eon Conner Mr. house. Stenciling was the demon County Telrirraph shall puhllnh thl In ( knnperr.JnulHh .
Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Klorldai
Shepherd and Mrs. Ernie Yarboroughhad / R. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. Frazier Shaw of Starke stration of the day. Nine members -, the school one day last week. Order In next four weekly Poster, n'lalntlff VR. A. rRr1I1.Foel..r. -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard as their visitors Sunday Mr. Qlbala and their The Witness mv hand and loaue"1 Defendant.) Case No.
young son and Mrs. Lawtey PTA last
Robert met Tues- .
of .
Taylor Jack _were present and two new At Hlarke, Florida, this
Davis in Miami for several days
Albert and left for their homein
and Mrs. Yarborough Jerry Friday
sonville 32. 1948. Order Of Publication. Aad :>etlceTo
were those day
among who members joined during the after evening with Mr. Ed Durban,
the week. I OFFICIAL 8RAL: .
during past children and William Yarboroughof Washington, D. C. ( ) A.t. Thomas Appear
were visiting- Mr. and Mrs. Luc. noon. At the close of the meetIng president in charge. After several An. Cleric of Bald Court STTH OP KLOHIOA tot
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Gainesville.Mr. This past. week Mr. and Mrs. Ian Conner at the home of Mr. refreshments were served by Futch and sons, Benton and Terry By Haven Crosby, D. C. A. Martin Footer whose residence
Jr. and Alex Yawn of Starke and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier T Frank Iandrum. Stark. Florida In- Route 1, Uvalila, Georgia:
C. D. Sellers had Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. R.
A. Crosby last Sun- Mrs. Lois Cox and Mrs. Esta were at Ormond Beach last Sat- Attya. for Pit. 12-24 41 1-H You are required. to appear. on
were dinner guests of Mr. and were overnight guests of Mr. and D. L. Shaw of LaCrosse as their Starling.Mr. Ings In order to make recommen- January .11, 1949 In the above nam..tCOllrt
Mrs. J. O. Caldwell at noon Sun Mrs. Cecil M\Rae in Mcintosh day.Mrs. In Circuit Conrt. Bradford Co..<7. and wherein plaintiff
cauae
and Mr.
Thursday Brltt
guests Alvarez
supper spent Saturday and Mrs. Coy Stephensonof ing a survey of our school build- Florida .. faanprrr.Ola Reeka divorce. Bradford County
day.Mr. Tuesday.Mrs. and Mrs. Johnny Outlaw and their with her son and daughter-in- matters were discussed the Sullivan Smith Plaintiff v.. Telegraph ehall publish thli OrderIn
Mrs. R. W. Brannen Mrs. Blanding were guests of Mr. room Kenneth K. Smith Defendant. Case
and L. F. Chapman. children, Gwendolyn Jo and Pam law Mr. and Mrs. next four weekly laaue
Lorenzo count
Alvarez was taken
and the No. T018
and Mrs. N. Eighth
T. Norman official Real
Sunday Witness mY hand and
had aa their guests from Friday Lawrence Duggor Mrs. It. M. ela, of Hague as guest for dinner of Starke. afternoon. Grade, Mrs. Hill teacher, :won Order Of Pnkllratloai Aail. Notice. at Htarke Florida, thin December
until Sunday their daughter. Miss Rlcharde Mrs. L. A. Shepherdand Owen To Appear 18 194H.
Sunday. McRae
attended the banner '
the officers for
having the most STATE OF FI.OnIDA to: ,
E. S. Sapp made business (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I Thomas
Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow were a
meeting: of the Training' parents present Mrs. O. J. Phillips Kenneth K. Smith. whoa residence Aa Clark of Raid Court
and Mrs. Brannen's mother. Mrs. among those attending the tea e S U S S S S C .. Union department of trip to Gainesville Monday.Lawtey. and Mrs. In. unknown: nv Haven Crosby, D. <\
the New a. V. Lee served as You to appear" on M. Brown, Starke, Florida.Atty .
II. P. Gainey of Brooker. SundayMr. the Junior Woman's'Club ja ryar:4t'q11;: :: O.
by
given River Association at the Boat- C a refreshment committee. In the .abovenamed .. for. Pit. 12-31 4t 1-21
and Mrs. Brannen took their of Starke Thursday after- Pine Level) drain Baptist Church last Sunday Court and cause whereinplaintiff
seeks dlvorc and restoration
visitors! to their homes
respective
noon.
afternoon. of
maiden Bradford
la Coiirl Of C.mntr Jaltr. Brad- name.
and visited L. R. Galney in Jack- Mrs. R. H. Tyson returned Sat By Mrs. II. M. McRa. lent <'onnt>', M.... Of Florida. County Telegraph shall publish this SEK US FOR ;
ville. from Jacksonville where e .. S S S C In re the estate. of Emma Jones, Order In next four weekly Issues
ton urday C C S C S S C BT I,. H. F.hh TI..A...... Wltneaa mv hand, and official. seal
Mr. P. D. Fancher Mrs. Dennis she had visited Mrs. M. Luck and S S S .5 0 S C C C Native. Of Flllnc Prlllli.n For FinalN'otke at Startee, Florida, thin. December FEEDSIIAIIDWAREROOFINaI'AINTS
Fancher, Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. Carl Carnes for a week. Rev. and Mrs. W. K. Hall left Heilbronnny i 1 Ul...."..... o. ";'..00'''. 20. 194D.
(OFFICIAL SEALS: A. J. Thomas
In heiehy irlven I I
that hAve
:Mrs. H. O. Bates were In Jacksonville Mrs. J. H. Hundley of Draper.N. Monday morning to accompanyhis The Lawtey MYF attended the ,. 51.tt mY. nnal retnrna an executor, An Clerk of sail Court.
Monday.Mr. C. has been visiting her son- brother home who lives In Tlf- Louis monthly sub-district meeting held of the estate of Kmnin. Jones, its.ePaasiI Ry Haven Crosby, D. C.
Nonnune AND ALL FARM
and Mrs. O. H. Thomas of In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ton. Ga.. after a visit here and C .S e C C C In Starke last Monday evening. tion for l; that dlHtrlhiitlfin I have flli'd and for my p..tI-1: Attya.D. E.for Knight Plf._, gtarko U,14.t Florida.1.14
Gainesville were supper guests of W. H. Williams since Sunday.Mr. at Ft. Pierre with relatives. .. Thirteen from Lawtey attended.Mr. amrharfre. and that on the 81 l IMI'LEMENTSFARMERS'
:Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin Sun- and Mrs. Mack Sweat and Mrs. C. H. Child of Macon. Ga. W.1.: U. MEKTI.NOTho and Mrs. A. D. Crosby of of January to the. Honoi-nMo A. n, .1941.. E J K.wIll Pcrrymnri. .APply -. In Circuit. In Tnnri. family have moved to the Farm passed through this section Tues Corinth W. M. V. met at Starke were visitors In Lawtey County Ju.lito of Braitford Marie M. Maynor Plaintiff vn Dnn-
day.Young Carlon visited' Raiford and day. While here she bought several the home Conntv. f'lorlcla, for approval of let l Maynur, Defendant Case No.
Mr.
Meng recently from aro of Mrs. T. N. Norman last week. Rid final return and for an order, 70H4
and Mrs. Francis Meng in Hamp- living In the house formerly oc- quarts of fine strawberries from last Friday night with nine members Rev. Ballard Wilson was a bus- of illHtrlbutlon' I and for, final Order Of Pnhllratlon. And Noel. SUPPLY10th
rharir R" executor of the To A
will of
ppearTTn
Mr. and Mrs. Ozzle Cason. who
present The devotional was incas visitor to Gainesville last Emma Jun.fl. llfrenfied.A OF FI.OItintnt & Cherry SI.*. Starkr!
have eight acres that are aa fine led by Mrs. L. A. Crosby with Monday. J. Thoma. Kxecutor.: Daniel Maynor whose residence. I Is
as ever seen. I U- December 21, 1948. 12-31 4t 1-21, unknown

We are thankful for the beautiful -
sunshine' after so much rain,
and the farmers are getting their !
Here Folks!
land ready to plant sugar cane


wen and Those other visiting from crops.Mr.this and section Mrs.who T I fiIt's JITNEY-JUNGLE

N. Norman Sunday afternoon
were Mrs. J. W. McRne and son,
James Mr. and Mrs. B. :At.! Mc- -
Rae and Son, Lynn, Mrs. L. A. 9
Crosby and children, and Mrs.!! .

Robert Tnylor and daughter, j I. \\'.. rp..r' the ANNIVERSARY SALE!'
Charleno. I Hunt to' limit
Mrs. Suite Myrlctc of Lake iiiiiliitIiiii.FOR .
Geneva spent the weekend with
the II. M. MrRiie's.
Mr. anti Mrs. Stephen Danleld


of with Dinner Gainesville Mr. and guests spent Mrs.'! of II.Mr.Sunday M.and McRae.night Mrs. TWO CONSECUTIVE WEEKS JANUARY 14, 1949, UNTIL JANUARY 22, 1949 !

II. M. McRae Sunday were Mrs.
.
Robert Taylor and daughter of


ON HER BIRTHDAY Myrlck Jacksonville Mr. and and Mrs., Mr.daughter B.and M. Mrs.McRae of Starke Robert and, HERE THEY ARE -.. AND MANY MORE THAT AREN'T LISTED *

sons, and Mrs. Susie Myrick of
Lake Geneva-
What birthday sift Is! more perfect and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Batten and
CRISCO AND SPRYSHORTENING D REF T PLANTATION
more eloquent than flowers? Every woman daughter! of Starke were visitingMr.
appreciates the tender message that and Mrs. A. J. Fender Sunday

only Mowers can convey. As a reminderof afternoon.Mrs.. V. A. Browning. of Pinder- SOAP POWDER OLEO 23C
birthdays you must not forget come town was a dinner guest of Mrs. 99C 19C
in
for
special birthday bouquets-in any A. J. Fender Sunday.Mr. .
price range.COLONIAL. and Mrs. Tommy Smith Save 2Dc On This Item! Save 12c On This Item! Save lie On This Item!
and daughter of Green Cove were

FLORISTPHONE visiting Mrs. Smith's parents! Mr. 11< .
and Mrs. Britt Alvarez, Satur- '
day afternoon. 33BLEACH No. 2 Can Extra StandardTOMATOES Any Brand \
.. .
218 Mrs. O. W. McRae and son were

:Mrs. Chan. Schmitt visiting Mrs. McRae's parents j
Nona St.. Starke
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner of 9C 10C MILK TWO FOIl 25C '



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As at the close of business December 31, 1948 1 ft>. Premium SAFETY MATCHES LARGE SWAN SOAPCRACKERS

I

RESOURCESLoans 22C 3 FOR
I 25C 3 FOR 10C
and Discounts_ $ 69,581,961.42 I .

Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures I Save 3c? On This Item! Save 5c On This Item! Save 8c On This Item!

Including Office Buildings---------- 5,446,524.46 I

Other Real Estate Owned---------- 253,990.58
LARGE
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Prepaid Expenses------------------ 34,887.25 i Combinati HomeaJe.WESSON OIL

,Other Resources_ 7,957.09 I Egg Noodle & (
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Customers Liability ac( Ltrs. of Credit. 52,677.05 SYRUP 95C GAL 2 PINTS

Accrued Interest and Income I 2 cans Vegetable'Soup, 33c 69CSave


Receivable .$ 1,130,558.65U.S. Save JOe On This Item! Save 30c On This Item! ..# 20c On This Item!

Gov't. Securities. 152571842.98

Fla. County, City Bonds 22,942450.86Fed. \ .

Reserve Bk. Stock. 568,050.00 Grade "A" Fresh Country PURE LARD

Other Securities _-_ 1,320,539.43 : SPIC&SPAN 17CSave

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$354,293,51161"LIABILITIES :

II FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES IN OUR MARKETStreak


Capital Stock $ 7,250,000.00

Surplus.. __ 14,597,500.00 I dozen"J9cRED "O Lean, Streak *O Fat
FRESH FLORIDA ORANGES 2

Undivided Profits_ ,707,543.03 WHITE BACON, per lb. - - 29c

$ 23,555,043.03


Reserve Reserve for for Taxes Contingencies, -Interest_Etc.1,305,082.41_ 2,073,900.63 I i RIPE TOMATOES, 2 lb. - 29c FRESH PORK BACKBONE, per lb. 43c

Interest & Income Collected not Earned 490,484.33

Bills Payable--_ _' 35,000.00 I FRESH PORK SHOULDERS lb. 34c

Letters of Credit 56,577.48 GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 2 lb. 19c per -

Deposits. 326,777,429.73 ;
'-I FRESH PORK RIBS lb. 47c
per - -


$354,293,517.61 GREEN TOP CARROTS 2 bunches 21c

Sliced Bacon lb. .- 59c
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at Madlaon
at Miami -i ---!- ; SWEET POTATOES 3 lb. ISc Salt Mullet lb. 25.-
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.t Chtply IS tK at \laln..vlli. Speckled Trout lb. 37r 65ctb.
at Ocala at Janow -
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at LJu.hn.U FI.OIUII% %%T'Oll.'L: FLOH.n 'CTIOI. at $I..rk.
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FKIUAV. JANUARY 11919. BRADFORD COLT TIXEGKMMI. STAKKR. FLOIUOV' PACE &EVEV

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tit C Irrivlt f'"nr*. Itradturd toaittp, .... <1 r'. 'irt and came, wherein
Christian ChurchJ. Presbyterian Church Baptist Church New Pastor Called NLEA Delegates
.. .. .
.
I t-l rl lN! Iw < hunger pi "up .I i 'C'\ t divorce Bradford
Church NewsAt Killlh: ll.-n.lv Xoutar Plaintiff. vvt Cuun, r.tlartaph. anal publish
B. Dixon, Pastor :Morning worship at the First "Buckskin or Buttons and To Hampton Guests At ParkA (-..(.IliumVnltnr. No. 71HJOre Ht>utar. l>tf.ndnnr.. thl'\lviif.. *. dir In next four weekly

Sunday school 10 a.m. Presbyterian Church begins at Bows" Is the subject of the Pas Baptist Church >r .f Publication and lti,tleert to \\'line"i my hand and official' seal. .
feature of the
11:00: a.m. Subject for the sermon tor's sermon Sunday morning at delightful \ >.... Kim .f Florida' l.r i iVvllllHin lit Htark Florid, this January 'th.I .
The TabernacleThe Sunday morning service 11 Executive Committee Meeting of WAltaie .Soutnr. whose r aMi Ill l
.
will be the third of Jems mira- 11 at the first Baptist Church. > .m.. I I.. unknown: I (OVt'lCtAT SEAL) A. J. Thomas
the N. L. K. A. the week
a.m. cles. Special music by the Senior. Local and world wide events In past You are required to appear onFrhrunry A* Clerk of laid Court.
highlight of the week's Sunday evening service 7:30: was a visit and luncheon at beautiful 7th, 1044.10 th* above By Haven Crosby D. C.
services at the Tabernacle Choir will Include a solo by Miss the light of the Christian life ; Park-of-the-Palms named Court and cause, wherein John J. Ilenderaon. St. Augustine.
was Evelyn Stump. The Congregational The choir is under the directionof I Friday. plaintiff.. Meek. dlv".". A sole keep. Florida
.
the Music and Testimony Meetingon p.m.Midweek There. were :30 guests (Membersof ( ..r.. cuMoilv A control of the thru Attr. tot' rir. t-7 u t-Ji
prayer meeting Wed- meeting begun last Sunday at Mrs. Ethel Biggs and Mrs. minor children llradforctountv
Friday night. The Miller'MusIc ( committee and wives and it -
Makers nesday evening at 7:30.Chl1dren' : 11:43: will in like manner be con Mona Canova will be at the org ) (* TMnrraph' shall In rlrc.lt C..... ........ C..at r.FlorMai .
arrived as scheduled was a most enjoyable occasion.A this. Order In next four !. CkueerY.Max .
with Accordion, Musical Bells Hour, Friday at 3:30: tinued after the worship service an. short business session, was Leu.s.Wlhtess. P..bl..1 Krebe. Plaintiff v*. EllaatxthKrebe
this Sunday. The church is glad at 7:30 thePastor'a .# mv hand and Defendant Cass No. 10"'.
Saw. etc. and rendered several ph. I to welcome Hollis V. Sunday evening : _____ a' held In the office building follow. at K1".ke. Florida this .......* .. Pabllratlew mm* !II.t tee t.,
Knight asa
special numbers, and the NationalLaymen's Young People's group Friday message will be "Testi Ing the luncheon. 1940 '....... .,.*. .f Rl...I.. e.,
new trustee and T. W. Attawayas OKriCI-Af.. PKAF.: ) A. J Thomas .
mony that la Seen. The experiences Rlieabeth Krebe, whoa reiidonc*
Executive Committee evening at 7:30: p.m. elder. The .. I Delegates and wives attendingthe An CMerk nf laid Court and addreaa la: dlaabeth. Kr.bs.Vi.nna .
in'session In the Prisoner of War Women's Council meet. every a new resignationof of the Apostles. Happy N. U E. C., who were guestsat sty H.v..n... Crosby. .. T>. Crnarl 11 Nina Cause, Vienna.' Aui-
Mrs. Carrie Ward as trustee Hour features the n. Hem J"4-OR Onnrant trial
pianoorganduo
Chapel-Annex. adjourned their the 1Iall'nolllHot..I, : l.lfe ru" .. .Fnrkonvlll,
first Thursday of the month at were Florida. You are required to appear on
night meeting long enough to 2:30.: was regretfully accepted. of Mrs. Morse. and Mrs. Mann Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Felgert. Van AttyH. for I'lf. 1.7 41 1-21 February 7th. 149. in th* above.

come In and each give a testimony Prayer meeting: will be held In leading In the singing of request Wert. Ohio. !.. <.lrc.l <.....<. ttrmmtmr, C...,,., named Court.....k. and 011 Yo.cause".. Bradford wb.relnplaintiff
that wes thrilling and Inspiring the chapel at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday hymns and choruses. The Pastor Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Young Van Flt.rl4it In < ........... County Telea-raph shall publish
-. A delightful for Methodist ChurchChas. following choir rehearsal at will lead the singing and the"Girl's Ohio. John I'lnkney. Reinhardt Plaintiff, thin Order in next four weekly
surprise Wert. VM !.....,.. Hamhrlck Reinhardt D.- ..
this occasion was the unexpected 7.00. Senior choir members are Quartette" will sing. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eades Roan fenriant fa** No 70ffft bruwit n.aa my hand and official...|
arrival. of Mrs. Billy (Ma) Sunday 9. Partin will present the urged to be prompt for rehearsal Sunday School meets at 9:43: eke Va. Order .. Pukllcalloa ass "'..... .. at marke, Florida this January 6.
..... ., I
first chapter of our Mission Study AI. fllel* ef Flmrlmm < 1949(08F1CiAAS
.. who added her sprightly and so the prayer meeting will not continuing the study of the Life Mr. and Mrs J. B. Mason, Lynchburg Louise. llamnrlck llelnhardr, whnee ( BRAD A. J Thomas
Book on Sunday night at the be The covered dish .....I""n" taut known !I. of laid Court.
smiling- testimony to the Informal delayed. supper of Christ with departments. and Va. Charlotte, Clerk
Methodist Church at the 7:30: I North ('arollnatYou I By Haven Crosby D. C.
program. Mr. Sunday remained of last Wednesday was a classes for all ages. Training Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Fisher Mar- are required. to appear. on T. Frank tjtndrum., Stark. Fla.Attyt. .
throughout Saturday In attendance hour. The general subject, "The I i joyful event. It U hoped that the Union gather at 6:13: with fully tlnsville. Va. and Clearwater, Fla. February 7th, 149 In the above for Plf. 1-1 It I-II.

upon the business sessions Church" and the Rural Community -: next supper. February 2. will (I graded unions and the organization Mr. and Mrs II T. Baylis, Colum> |I.I ,
should be of vital Interest to
of the N. L. E. C., and also' be even more largely attended of two new young people's R. C. Gray, Jr. bla. S. C.
addressed the Youth all of us. It is more Important to than was this unions. Mrs M. J. Ga. Phone 52-J
Meeting Saturday Bailey Macon 4B. OY DEF SFRV1CE I I"Ain't
all of us than many of us real I The First Baptist Church of
night bringing a fine message ize. There will be six sessions Junior Choir rehearsal beginsat Mid-week service each Wednes- Hampton has. recently called as Mr. E. L. Bailey Macon Ca. w. aottew ya woes Mrs. Hartmann

from Colosulans 3:8: and 12, and the speakers will be: Ch .tl. 4:00: p.m. Thursday. Last Sun day at 7:13: for the Bible study Its pastor, Robert C. Gray Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Patterson
which Mrs. Sunday called her and testimony Charlotte, N. C.
S. Partln. Herbert Deal Buddy day the congregation showed period. of Tampa. Prior to his acceptingthe
"Put On and Put Off" Chapter. A cordial Invitation Is extendedto Mr. Bert Stamen. A hvlll... N. C.
Davis and others. visible two of this church Mr.
Rev. Horace Sam, Missionary very pleasure over pastorlte I I Mr. and Mrs Walter Shorrell,
friend and alike to
to Palestine, was heard profitablyat Mr. Partln's subject for Sunday new members Hollls Knight, Jr. stranger Gray was engaged In evangelisticwork Charlotte N. C.
will and worship at all services. throughout the State of
night be "Family Community Mr, and (Mrs. Charlotte He NarrowMinded"HEAR
the Tabernacle Monday night and Jimmy Black. We are equally Slithers .
Life." Florida and had for the past few
I I IN.
and showed slides of his work In C.
happy that a third new member,
St. Mark's months assisted the Rev. JohnL.
EpiscopalRev.
the Holy Land. On Wednesday night at 7:30:
the Pastor will speak on "The Jimmy Preston will be with us I Bray pastor of the Ralfor : TillS TIMELY: MESSAGE: : BY
Miss Eleanor. Forshey-MUsslon- Ministry and the Rural Church." this Sunday. The wiener roast B. E. Simmons B. D. Vicar Baptist Church. In addition to.ttie

ary Africa to the will Sudan be heard Interior Sunday.West On Sunday morning the Pastor last Thursday afternoon at the Friday. Jan. 14 duties as pastor Mr. Gray attends Pastor Bob Gray
Stetson In De-
University
will use al! his sermon subject a,,.
Jan. 16. at the 11 o'clock hour. Kaufman home was a happy occasion 8 a.m. "Great Scenes from 7rswlsgw
land
"Steps. to God." and has been on the Honor Sunday Evening 7:30 P. M.
bliss' Forshey has been In Sudan for all present. Plans now Great Playa" Station WRUF. Roll and Dean's List since ell-
West Africa for several years, and We wish to thank Mrs. E. C. are being made for the Junior Sunday Jan. IS terlng the school In September. First Baptist Church Hampton

will have many interesting experiences Keboch for her fine teaching and Choir February party.On 8 a.m. Holy Communion 1947 / ,

'to tell of her labors the excellent cooperation of the Monday evening the trustees 10 a.m. Church School. Nursery Having somewhat of a colorful Sunday. 11 A. M "Kinds of Sairtta"
there among those who have not Church School workers In our and elders met with the pastor kindergarten and primary departments background Pastor Gras:\ has

yet heard the Gospel. training class. We expect an in his home Instead of In the in the Pariah House. served a three year "hitch" with BIBLE SCHOOL 10:00: A. M.

You will not want to miss added interest in our Sunday chapel. Work was done on the Junior. and Intermediate departments the Army Air Forces as an enlisted -
hearing this Missionary and all School which begins at tM3;: each budget and progress towards an In the church. man and was discharge

are cordially invited. i Sunday morning. I every member canvass was accomplished 11 arm Morning\ Prayer and J In 1946 after his return from
At the close of the sermon bv the Vicar. overseas. During his service r
.. .. .. army
fie- - - - --- -
.t meeting apple pie and hot coffee 7:30: p.m: Annual Candle-light the pastor served with various
was served.The Epiphany service. I organizations such as The
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE I ,
:__
pastor urges all members to The church Is open dally for prayer. Troop Carrier Command 9th Air

I continue diligently and faithfullyin and meditation Force and was last engaged I In

"1u The Heart of Town And In The Hearts the work of the Lord. Let Army Newspaper Service over
of The People" J each one keep his life shining ClirKC'll OF (iOU seas. While serving In this capacIty -

with faith hope kindness, and 8th & St. Clair Sts Mr. Gray covered many interesting PARTICULAR
Christian love. assignments the Euro-
Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor :
A Southern BaptNt Church For All People I I -John Warren Kaufman pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. pean visit of Mr. and Mrs Lawr- REPLACEMENT
ence Tlbbltt the famed 33.Day Thoughtfulness in serving and ex-
11 .
Sunday Morning Worship .m.
Sunday School 9:45 Trailing Unions 6:15: Annual EpiphanyThe Sunday Evening Service 7 p.m.y Music Festival held In Salzburg.. treme modesty of cost have justly
Austria and also
as special correspondent
P. E. Service 7 Costs UP!
Morning Warship Evening Hour 7:30 Tuesday p.m. signalized the worth
annual Epiphany, Candle- Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p.m to the Nurnberg Wa ( and merit of
11:00: Wed. Mid-Week Service 7.30: Crimes Trials where he was pre,,-
light Service of St. Mark's Episcopal our well known Service.
ent when the verdicts and sentences
Church will be held on Sun- CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST CHURCH of death were handed downto Let us check your Fire

:MORNING: "Buckskin Or Buttons And Bows" day, Jan. 16, at 7:30: p.m. In the such men as Hermann Goring.
church. The young people and the Services every Saturday night Joachln Von Rlbbentrop and Jullus insurance before it's DeWITT C. JONES

EVENING: "Testimony That Is Seen" Church School will have chargeof Sunday morning and Sunday night, Stretcher." The Army paper
111 a. m. and 8 p. m.. at Con for whom he was associate edl too late I lCharley Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
the service and
all membersand
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gregational Methodist Church on tor published the first complete
"VUlt The Church Ulth The Visiting PMtor" friends of St. Mark are Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Grtffls printed account of the trials In Funeral Director Ambulance: Service

Invited, to attend. Pastor.Chevrolet Europe and one of the first In E. Johns Our local funeral home enables ua to offer convenience and

I America. For this work the news cervices sot otherwise available.We .
paper and Its staff were com- Agency

mended by O#n. McBlaln of the FLA.ftepreMittlna .-. ,... I Fl'
rhoae IS STARKE
12th Tactical Air Force. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and

/ While stationed in Nurnberg, accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT
Germany ho assisted In the beginning e.
,
company, an payment In part or In full oa a funeral.
t of a Youth For Christ I Consultation carries DO obligation.
I Rally which has since becomeone TH.TRAVCLCRS.!: Hartford

of the largest. In Germany. -

He continued In this work upon

his return to the State when he

accepted the position of music

director for Tampa Youth For

._ i ; 1ow1ve Christ Pastor Gray Is unmarriedand

; pinna to return. to Germanyto i

4 i ion do pastoral and evangelistic )

the world's toughest Proving Ground work upon completion of his studies -

leading to the Master's Degree -
.P at the University.
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m SeoNOMY Graham BaptistThere /......-- .. ,;
ems' :.maw '.. WAS PROVID to .
NERD ( -"'" "" -
+ :;j WAS IROYlD NIRI r will be services Sunday ./

at the Graham Baptist Church. -
Sunday School 10 a m. Preachingat H OUR

WAS iR0VE0 NERI +.,, ''' lyarr 11 arm Sermon subject, "In .
i iA the Beginning/ God. Evening LI i ,
, service at 7:30.: Subject, "Turn j GENERAL ELECTRIC
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rtf DaINDA.UTY Record". L. G. llemmingway,
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Church Service 11 ..m. Sunday /

WAS reorlD Nwl +lu,,; s, ; .+ .' Evening Service 7MS: p m. Sun -r.,"!s ,is Water Heater month in
dayBible
Study Is every Wednesday 4 4 our store a visit Here will show
at 745PKNTF.COSTAL:

., : e ; you a parade of General Electric:
/ HOLINESS: -
automatic water heaters in
i of IMIaOVID rfa/OIMANCa 10th S*. and Temple A...

+ wAS MIAS:: LRI l t Sunday School 9:43 a. m.; MornIng which there is sure to be the one
Worship 11 .. m.. Evangelistic 1

f A' -m ouil:uurr w.f 'spurn NEn Services 7:(00) p. m. Everyone > "j I you need. Don't sacrifice qualit
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.i when you buy a water heater.

,, n'I'I1I General Electric water heaters
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i a ? ? i.- wkfY vrAS raovro e FM + 9f'#YAtD Sunday Mara. 10 a m. I.J are built to last. give
Sunday ftrhoot 1. a.m
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operate economically. Don't buy
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you see the 1949 Chevrolets, a economy.They are the engineers and talllet went Into production, experimental
WHEN till nkiarts of the General Motors Proving models tested mode
) will be enough to you were to show that :

they'r new-all new-In line and contour, Ground-the largest most completely they possess, in greater measure than ever

in beauty and style. And when you look equipped, outdoor resting laboratory in ell those qualitie on which Chevrolet has I

Ride and under the> hood and beneath the automobile) world. f built its leadership.

the chassis you'll see mot their n wnt is Here before 1949 Chevro NEWS
single HOTTEST
a new "THE
rot merely in outward oppsa once. but indugn In snort, the General I Motors Proving'

and engineering and construction Ground tests are your assurance (that your .- 1 IN WATER HEATING."
nsw-mod.l Chevrolet has proved its worth
as well., r'' t01t"'
through many month and many many
But,to a lot of people, th. 1949 Chevrolet :; STRlKI S A thousands of miles of rough handling
know what it wtflJo
it already old. They

and how exceedingly well i it will do it- uf $ NOTE Soon you wilt see the new Chevrolet-* t / 1 1 1 J
a they know all about its performance, :
comfort its power, safety, durability. aiJ only new, but tried and true. _

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TORODE CHEVROLET CO. .
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RIM!>FOKD COUNTY TEIKOflPH. STAKKF, Fl.OKfDA '
'RIII.JANII.R" II.
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though prices :were somewhat I Ice urges timberland owners, who Ornnvllle. New York: I to In flri'tilt Court. nlfo..l Countv. ary11 1141
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Gum Farming Found Profitable Enterprise higher two years ago than they have slosh and longleaf pine limber February You ,are 14th required. l't4a' \! to In appear the ultovn,on 'Eflwarrl.STATE Jlruwn O K,AnpLelr whose R (0to.ehlrlenm i tlorldu: In C'lianorv.JulltiH \ I OFFICIAAL SFAr.1 t., ..1.dTIBv

:; In Bradford County, Forest Service Says are npw a barrel of gum will ] to work their trees for naval named It Court Hoeka and divorce cause Bradford wherein and lunt I whom known sddr.sa, t Is Fulton IB UOii, New liulTalo York, JanoHi'k JuntiHok, pvfendnnt I'lulntlff va*'AH MarianIt. No.I Haven Crosbv., D. bring $23 today. In Florida 1,000 stores before cutting them for County .Telearaoh hall Dublish I Ktlllnn, ff. V. 7077. Frank. Lnndruin 8tarke. FI
The business of taking gum his Income would have been higher / Ills Order Ja next tour weekly You, are required to appear on Order of Piilillcallon" and Noticeto Attyn. for 1'lf. 1.14MOTIfF
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V faces will produce an average of i lumber pulpwood or other forest 8"-wi I F"h'uar14th., : 11146! In the shove I -
from two of Florida's native pines, had it not been for the factthat ness mv fiend and named Court and cause wherein Aonear \ ]
the longleaf and the slash pine, he had to buy nearly $100 2 1-2 barrels of crude gum per products. Many farm woodlot ary atvtl 7 at. 1Ma.!Snirko, this official l-'lHintlff seeks. divorce and no otherrelief. STATE OK F'LORID.\: Notice In hereby l given to all
tools and equipment. for period of eight owners receive more money in IJ'ad ford Marian M.. JanoHek. whoHe reMldence It pity concern: That all cr*
e and soiling It to nearby turpentine worth of month a I OFFICIAL S2 Al ) t" J. Thomas County, Tejeeraoh' shall Diibllsh "and, rlulmnnt of the
and addrei I In: H5 l-iiit: Treinont extate i>i
(
tills Is paying-off to many Brad Since this expense will amount to months If properly worked or a two or three years from the sale Bv Haven As Crosbv.Clerk I t> nafd C. Court. thla Order in next four weekly Avenue, Miens New York: M. Wllllama. deceaeed are,' I
ford County farmers and land- practically nothing for this year'soperation total of 20( barrels per season. of gum than they could get from Ziwh if. DotiKlaii.. GOB-Si7( Lynch aal Witheim ea mv hand and official F.r.'u: are ull'.eA; to aooear on .their':state reupm-tlve with the cluliiiM c avitlnx."
owners according to the Florida he said that he expects With the fast-growing pine In md'l'' .. Jacksonville. Florida. Heal. nt sleeks, Florida, thin Uth of .r 14th. <> In the alcove K. ferryman, of :,.nJrorl"g; .,
n I the sale of the entire tree, and Altyo. for Flf. 1.14 4t 2-4 January, 1949.OFFICIAL. name'* Court and cause wherein Florida, within
Forest Service. "Liquid gold fromc to have a net Income from (rum Bradford County this average is D Ian dlvorcn. Bradford eight (HI cal
a I ( SEAL) A. J. month from the flrnt publhof ,,
: the yellow pine" la the way one I farming In 1949 of about $610, often much higher. This Income I the tree Is still there to sell after In Clrrult: : ,Court. Bradford. County. H"ve"A Clerk; of said Court this Coun Order In' next shall four oublifh weekly: thin notlra. or their clam,.
In ,
Elorldat .
Chancrrv.lHlntirr Bv be barred
cents face. He con- the naval stores work Is finished. p. C. by the tHatute of
farmer described his gum-farm or 31 per distributed to nine Issues.
Is over eight I Irene Ill-own v. Hilwurilflrnwn. John J. flenilorHun, Kni|.. St. Auit-' tatlonn. Thl. J"n".r14.10.: .
ing: operations. rliidpd his report by saying that months In the year; and this lethe The Information and Educa- fiefnflHnt. CHUB No. 7074.Orilir listlne' Finrldn' Witness mv hand and official TieWItt C, lone, AdmlnUi
of Publlratlnn and Notice Atty.! for I'lr. 1.14 4t 2.4 Netil. at starke, KliirldM. this Janu 1-14 4t 2-e
| One Bradford County land. his 1918 gum-farming operation only forest product In the tion Branch of the Florida Forest

; owner who worked 2,000 faces for paid for all labor Involved and United States that brings an an- Service line placed on display In -
(. nual financial return distributedover
the first time last year recently as stated before put nt'arly80 the Bradford Hardware Com-
the year and worked as a '
reported to the state forest service in his pocket as extra Income crop. It only one cup per tree is pany's store-window, an exhibit
t that his net income from the The Florida Forest Service explained : worked at a time, a single tree showing the latest recommended ALVAREZ
) BRie of gum produced by these that naval stores price can be worked from 12 to 18 practices and tools used in getting 55th -
( faces In 1948 wee nearly $180, or are still much higher than they years, continued the forest servo gum from slash pine and longleaf -
k 24 cents per face. He added that were before Work! War It. Al ice spokesman. The forest Herv.U pine. The International Paper

J _ ____ __ Company through Its Conservation '
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;t - -- - - - Forester has several

dow panels showing also on the display basic in principle the win. Prices DRASTICALLY REDUCED During This Great Sales Event

for successful gum farming--good


." NOW OPEN Park forest management.Opens EarlyA Celebrating The Founding Of Our Store Jan. 15, 1894. Sale Starts

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Starke Bedding Co. Park. H.Theatre Carratt announced, manager yesterday of the __-_-= [.SATURDAY, JAN. 15, THRU SATURDAY, JAN. 22m -----J:-

that the doors of the theatre
will be open dally at 1 p.m. "for
the convenience of the housewife"

1.1 F. W. BEEMAN MGR. Singing Convention ALL WESTERN CLOTHING 27RAIN


Marcus Conner, President ot
HATS.
the Bradford County Singing
UPHOLSTERING INNERSPRINGSAuto Convention announces the regular AND
meeting will be held Sunday, Jan
uary 16, at 11 a.m. at the Baptist I Were 2.95For
Seat Covers BOX SPRINGS Church at Fairbanks, between

Waldo and Gainesville. The Next 8 Days
Everyone Interested In Gospel
SLIP COVERS Hollywood Beds singing Invited to attend. BOOTS ONLY


Business Women's 185


Mattresses & Feather Pillows Renovated WMS Business Circle Woman's MeetsThe Circleof

the First Baptist Church mot
Tuesday evening, Jan. 4, In the The Host Grade WINTER
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Church Annex: with 31 members 42 Pair EEEWidth
present Mrs. I* D. Halnes pre- UNION SUITS Were 2.25-NOW 1.45 Tan = Leather Sole
sided over the meeting In the absence -

Knight of the leader, Mrs C. A. Winter Weight SHIRTS & DRAWERS DRESS SHOES

MOKE THAN 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN TUB
Mrs. S. E. Sparks gave the devotional WKKK :NOW
after which the regular
BUSINESS! monthly business session was held. 3.30 per Suit 2.50 or 1.50 ea. WERE 4.95

Mrs. J, D. Doyle, program chair
man'Ifor January, assisted by Mrs.E. NOW 3.85WER"
FREE A. Vancey. Mrs. Martha Pell- 15 Eisenhower Waist Length
ESTIMATES--
um, Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr., Mrs.
Morgan Stephens Mrs. E. Lawson While they lath

I and Mrs. M. L. Lawson gavea WORK JACKETS 3.17 NOW 1.95 27 Pairs Odds & Ends In
We do not yet have a telephone, but very interesting program on
I "Christ the answer for the Indi-

through a temporary arrangementyou vidual"Hostesses. for this meeting were 10 Men's LEATHER JACKETS WORK SHOESWere

may leave messages by calling Mrs McClane.J. D.Jr.Seymour. Mrs. H.Mrs.C. Broad-T. K. Were I 15.95 NOW 7.95 As Much As $5.95

way Mrs. A. D. Crosby and Mrs.J. .

D. Doyle. ... For 7 Days Only --- 3.75
34- J
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OF-POD' OP coivniTiov or 42 MEN'S Only 30 Pair Men's
"FLOMJD Bl'VK AT .',""IIK.:"
4.F 'r'ftKIo] .> THE *T'TW of
.01110' AT TIIH CI.OMM orIII Flannel Shirts
SI V":"* llrrrmhrr al. IO4MAmmvt
Soft Sole Slippers (Were 3.50))
Cash balance* with other JI.'a"Y't'lght., all sizes

banks hAlancen, IncludlnRre.erve, and each Items Were 2:50 & 2.95 NOW For The Next 7 Days!
In prnremi of "I1."n'' 130,008.09! > 3

United<> ,.states tlnn... (iovornmunthllK direct andRtmnintpiHl ar For the Next 7 Day ONLY 2.25 PER PAIR !
1,608,4 13.23Obligations
ot State and .
political mihillvlNlon* 2.10.ISH.88 ONLY 1.65
Loans and dlM*nuntn (Including -
|JA.19 overdraft \f
2I?,'41.51 All Sales STRICTLY
Bank; premises owned $7.- CASH !
10HII7 furniture HSl)0.23 andfixtures 11,0120) Men's Wool & Part Wool Sport Shirts
Other UKI.CU 10.062.1111
(Our Old Price 7.95; To 10.50))
TOTAIUTH! 2,240,412.25Llsbllltl. All Men's SCARFS Wool & Silk

Demand depnaltN of .Indl-. All Going at 5.95 7 days only-Hurry!

vldualM rorpnratlnnK., par tnerahlpa.and .1,108,884 HALF PRICE! 7 Days Only! Hurry!

c Specials for Friday & Saturday January 14 & 15 Time duals drpnulta, .partnering tons nf. Indlvl-, andcorpfiriit 840,1718O..P..U. 45 Men's DRESS SHIRTS

of I'nltfd "RtAtflOovvrnnient Around 300 LEATHER BELTS

i "vln.(Includingpoatal ) 0,736.39 Were 2.65 NOW 1.95
Oepnalta fI' 8tat.and political v..s From Going! Going! Going!

; Sliced Breakfast BACON lb. 44c Other and etc.) dt'pniilta officer subdlvlelons! (!certified check, 149,16497 ll.St Men's Blue Chambray SANFORIZED 1.50 to 2.25 At 95c

t. TOTAL HKPOSITH !1/.019,1&11.14/ I
Other Iliibllltleif 11,31131 WORK SHIRTS-Should have been 1.65
TOTAt l.rAI'ILITIPl8 Only 6 BILL FOLDS All Leather

Neck Bones lb. 12'/ White Bacon lb. 29c (not including o b I II.I a lubordlnate.il lions- Were 1.50"NOW' till Jan. 22 1.25 Were 4.50
c shown below) 2,031.010.45 up to NOW $1, Tax Incl.

... Capital Aeeoaafa'npltnl
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Chicken Tender Western "Rurplim' + 110.00000rnrtlvMoil 1R.OOO.OO Every BOYS' SHIRT In The Store All Luggage 50-percent Off-Tax Incl.
profit 31,520.27Dex.rvre

Backs & Necks, lb. 29c STEAKS. lb. - 39c ecrnunt capital. (and fur retirement preferred 1MIS.B3 Some Values to 2.95 All going at 1.45

TOTAL CAPITAL AC-
I'OUNTS IJ5.3U.80 ALL ITEMS
MENTIONED
NOT
Chippewa All-Wool I Plaid and Plain
TOTAL MA BIT.ITIK3 I
Smoked Sausage lb. 25cSee ANI CAPITAL AC- ABOVE BELOW lU"p
+This Hlnta l-ill'NTH. : bank's of: capital con.J.34H.42J25 SHIRTS Were 7.95 NOW 4.95 or OFF!

Common stock with total
par value of W.OOO.OD

Jacksonville Journal & Fla. Times-Union for More Specials A0Met pledged"' ..or...r.atmlffn.... JACSHIRTS Were 6.95 NOW 4.45All' 423 Pair WORK PANTS all colors

." to .eour Ilabllittesand
for other purposes 3JI.H3.25 Should Have Been 3.50 We Sold At 2.95
White House APPLE SAUCE 303 can - lOc T. a. I. Peek Jr Cannier of the Men's OVERALLS Sanforized
above wear that named the bank above do statement solemnly J., NOW, For. the Next 7 days, ONLY 2.45
true, and that It fully and correctly | Were 2.95 NOW One Week Only 2.45Boys'
reprenenta the true" elate of the j jpeveral
Box SUPER SUDS each 25c matter herein contained'and : I
Large - - set. forth and to belief.the beet of mycnowledare 42 Pairs BOYS' Dress & Work PANTS

orreet-Atteet 8. I. Peek. Jr. Overalls All Sizes 1.95 Pair
J It.U P.Da.tW. Markham Values to 4.95 All going at 2.50! "

Standard BrandTomatoes B. Sewell.Directors..
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t No. 2 Can lOc County State of of Florid Bradford.Sworn ... SWEATERS Were 9.95 NOW 6.95 156 All- or Part-Wool Dress Trousers
to and eubticrlbed before
me thin 7th day nf January 1944
and I hereby certify that I am not Were 7.95 Now 4.95; Were 4.95 Now 2.95 Values to $10 I NOW ONLY 3.95
an officer or director of tbl" bank.
SRAU) A. J Thom,
leek; of Clrrult ('nurt. founty of Were 3.95. Now 2.45
Gingham Girl SALAD DRESSING c Bradford Htate of Florida. It ALL MEN'S BOOTS-Chippewa Great
- Atlantic
19 1t[Circuit Court Kradfonl County. 30 Odds & Ends, Values to 4.95-Going At 1.95!
Klnrlita' : In Chancery Wolverine REDUCED 25 PERCENT!
\Weslfield Made Concord Grape Juice Michael T. (Papuan, Plaintiff. T...
- Pt. Klleen.* :No.- M 707 Capuuno, Iwfendant.fnm .

t Order of Publication and Notice

CATO SWEET P-E-A-S c Ellen STATE>f. Captiano.or P CTminA whose resld.nee tat
No. 1 and address IM: 3t Irvin Avenue,

i Mrs. Kellogg's 3 CansFor 25 ALVAREZ EST. 1891

W.C.T.U.

Lima or Red B-E-A-N-S STARKEFLA.

FEW MEN CAN: AFFORD TO
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srrroRT A SALOON AND A
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f 25 lb. BAG S-C-R-A-T-C-J' F-E-E-D 99c FAMILY.CLIP .
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