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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 28, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Birthday Ball Smith Trial
Another week of unbelievably warm and sunshiny mid- City Passes

winter weather brought 1,515 crates of fine, ripe strawberries

to the State Farmers Market here since January ,19, Friday Will

commanding!! _the fancy average price of $11.85 per crate. Begins MondayIn Clean-up Law

Growers figured their receipts -

for' the week at $17- Bradford County's ((9,000 thereto Climax DriveThe TermA

952.75with some fruit bringIng COO here), current shipments Special With "Teeth"An

as high as $12.70, and there are running only three timesas
annual
only a few crates falling below great as shipments here. Birthday Ball for
the benefit of the infantile special term of Circuit Court ordinance
During the past week Plant paral- with "teeth" requiring
$11.20.So fund will he convened here
ysis will be held in the arm Monday owner to
City shipped 4,843 crates while keep premises
far thla season a total of ory tonight, beginning at 9 morning at 10 o'clock for the purpose and! vacant lots free
the Starke market reported sales of underbrush -
6,4'H' crates has been sold throughthe
o'clock. of trying Hogan Smith, Jr.
'of 1,519. The average price In Johnny Jelnlck and hi* debris and other health-
market bringing growers. an Orchestra of Gainesville will on an Information filed by'State'sAttorney endangering' and
estimated $69.843.85. Plant City was reported at 11. play eye-offending
for the T. E. Duncan for "wan-
dance.
Guy Sale la chair- matter has been
16. paused by the
Quality of fruit Is holding: up man of this event. tonly and maliciously shooting at City Council and will
fairly well although some grow- Growers here have long be- and Into the house of one Titus become effective ...
ers report marked damage from lieved that Bradford plants out- The 1940 March of Dimes campaign Olson which was then and there on Thursday, Feb. 10.(

heavy fogs that have prevailed yield those In the Plant City area ends In another three days. used and occupied." Judge A. H. The ordinance provides that:

here during the early morning and current market figures tend A. J. Thomas, Jr., who heads the Murphree of Gainesville! pre "All owner. of property located

hours of the past week having a to substantiate that belief. Another drive, reports that the goal for side. : within the City of Starke shall be

tendency to rot low-lying fruit reason for the poor yieldin 1949 may still be reached If the Smith, who Is at liberty under LM$5 required to clean and clear underbrush -

on the bush. It Is also stated that the Plant City area la the fact citizens of Bradford County put $2,000 bond, will be representedby and other debris on Vacant -

rain is badly needed. that the cold spell about a month their shoulders to the wheel durIng Green & Green of Starke and k lots and put Into proper

Market reports from the deal ago did more damage to cropsIn the few days left for fund- Zach Douglas of Jacksonville,' $ condition property requiring' such
at Plant City Indicate that while ,South Florida than it did to raising purposes. ;7- work to be done In order to promote

acreage in that area Is ten times those in. this section. "When the public welfare and
January 31 "
has
passed Legion Turns Out health
Mr. Thomas said, "We will know or to protect adjacent property -

Just Jiow well To Hear AssistantSt. against danger!! of fire,
equipped .We will
Hybrid Corn Out yields Homegrown be for the hot polio breeding of mosquitoes, harbor-
months of
I summer time. Let us not forget Service OfficerStarke ing snakes, etc."

that this "Where any owner of said
18-day drive must produce -i Legion Poet No. SB had pro

2-1 In Test Planting, Agent ReportsCounty care results for all sufficient those who to provide I be a record turnout at Its regular l, perty receiving shall 10 fall days or written refuse,notice after,

may
stricken meeting Tuesday night when 63: .. 1 to comply with the provisions of
during the
T. K. McClane Dixie 18 38 bushels months period." next 12 legionnaires and veterans assembled -_ 1. .... this ordinance, said person shall
Agent acre -
per ; to hear a talk on veterans. be subject,
conviction
that rela- Cuban Flint 22 bushels The local March of Dimes upon thereof -
today some acre. chairman
reported per hospitalization
given by Legionnaire to a fine of
tively new hybrid seed corn out- Both varieties were planted In coin appealed to all holders of David Godding, Assistant Mayor Gets Red Tag Pays $1 FineA WO or 60 day. In not the more city than jail,

yielded home-grown seed corn by 4 1-2 foot rows, 23 inches in the cards to return them with state Service Officer assigned to or both such fine and

better than two to one. In an drill with no fertilizer, but top. their voluntary contributions at the Veterans Administration Hospital few Cynical souls might have yond a ycllorv-curb' noparkingzone all violators would be treated alike In the discretion Imprisonment

experiment conducted on the farm dressed about 6 weeks after planting the earliest possible moment. Coin at Lake City. the Idea that the above scone l la no matter who or what they Mayor."In of the

of J. C. Sapp of Hellbronn Springs, with 300 pounds of ,Nitrateof collectors he added, will remain just a "gag"-a publicity stunt for "Look at the Mayor's car," were?
Preceding :Mr.
a variety of corn known as Dixie Soda per acre. In stores and public buildings un. the: Post heard Rev.Goddings'J. !E.! Stat-talk, the city's current drive on traffic Baker said "I'm gpnna call Bert Officer Johns licked his pencil lieu of such fine and Imprisonment

18 out yielded crib-selected seed "Due to poor corn growing conditions til! the end of the final day of the ham, Chaplain of the Lake and parking violations, but Johns. over here and tell him to and carefully filled out the tag, the City may perform
by better than 2 to 1. On accur- March of Dimes drive. .Clty I! 'taint so, folk*-it's absolutely on put a tag on it." tying it to the steering wheelof the work required by this
and insect damage of 19- Hospital speak the
on of
ately checked plots the Dixie 13 "A heavy responsibility rests subject I the level, and this is how It happened the Mayor's car. ordinance, and the costs thereof
48 the "Stop Worrying and Start LJvng. At that time Police Officer shall become
exact lien
produced nearly 26 'bushels of yields are not so on the shoulders of everyone In ." : Johns. other When Mayor Roberts finally a against the

corn per acre as against a yieldof I important but I believe the comparative our community," Mr. Thomas said. I About 11 o'clock! last Friday I II violators was along busy Call tagging Street. emerged from the post office he done property," on which the work is \
State
12 bushels per acre for home- yields are very significant "That responsibility i la to see to Service Officer Godding morning Bicycle Shop Properletor found the tag, acknowledged!! his
grown seed. Both varieties were ," County Agent !McClane It now, that every possible aid discussed' the procedure to be I A. B. Baker was sitting at cano- No sooner said than done, and error, and promptly appeared at A Deputy Collector of Internal

planted In 4 1-2 foot rows, 30 said. "Seed of the Dixie 18 hybridare can be given to all our boys and followed when seeking admission I va's fountain drinking one of his when the policeman was shown the City Clerk's office( to pay his Revenue will be In the courthouse

inches; apart in the drill and fertilized very limited and farmers are girls next summer, should Infan- to a V. A. Hospital the stf'ps.to morning cups of coffee. Outsidehe I the Mayor's car, what else was $1 fine. In Starke on Thursday, Feb. IT,

with 1000 pounds of 4-7-5 urged to secure enough seed for tile paralysis strike at our homes. be taken when applying for compensation spied the green Dodge sedan there to do--hadn't the Mayor In picture above, Mrs. Carolyn from 0 a.m. to 5 p.m. to advise

per acre before planting.In their nee s Immediately" Mr; Mc- We hope we may escape this year. or a pension for either of :Mayor J. P. (Jake) Roberts, himself announced that the red Kinney, City Hall attache, receive and assist the public In makingout n

another experiment conducted Clans added. "Other varltiea But hope alone is a fool's weapon. service-connected or non service- parked so that the rear end of tag drive would ba carried on the fine as tag-dealing Of- 1018 Income tax returns. No

on the farm of Henry C. which have shown much promise We know greater contributions to connected disabilities and the varIous It extended about two feet be- without fear or favor, and that ficer Johns looks on. charge will bu made for this serv-

Wainwright at Lawtey using Dixie i in small tests are Funks' G737 the National Foundation for Infantile rules and regulations governing -- ice.

18 and Cuban Flint the approximate and G714, Woods' S240 and S380, Paralysis are needed In Its the operation of V. A. hospitals. Most taxpayers have already

yields were as follows: seed of which are available." fight to help where polio has I He emphasized the fact Cucumber Deal Calendar Orchards WomanlessWed'ngNext made substantial payments on

stricken, to help those who were : that a veteran Is not. getting free Promoted By Girls their 1948 Federal tax through
stricken hopltallzatlon and medical treat-
in prior withholding' from tieirwages or
years and to
Breakfast Feb. 1 DeadlineFor carryon the important research I ment when he goes to a V. A. And Women's Clubs direct payments to the Collector, .

Flight New Tobacco which eventually will erase infan- Hospital but that he Is receiving To Be OfferedThe ThursdayA but, nevertheless, all taxpayers ,

tile paralysis from the list of dangers those -services and treatment In A calendar orchard for everyfarm must file annual returns. on or

Grower Applications facing our children." return for his service during time '.1'. family In the county Is a before March 13: 1049, as pro-

At Airpark Sunday Only three more days are left of war In one.of the Armed Force Manhattan Produce Corp. demonstration, "Womanless Wedding", sponsored vided by law
home
which
; Warmer who intend to apply! to live up to those That any honorably, discharged of Brooklyn N. Y. will conduct goal by the Starke Rotary.Club
responsibilities Any whose total In 1945
for- a new-grower tobacco allot the March of Dimes veteran of any, war/lll.| ..,a dally cash market for picking: women' ar9 pushing !at this sea. and written and directed by Mrs. person ,

The Florida Aviation Academy ment must file application at the pointed out. His appeal chairman to entitled to and has justly earned 'cucumbers at the' State! Farmers son of the year, states Miss( Dorothy Herbert 'Deal: :will be' staged return.was $600 or. more must. file a

I near* Keystone Heights Is giving County Agent's office before February readers is: "Give to the Marchof our the right to hospitalization at Market this spring, according to no,,". Bradford County Homo Thursday night, February 3. at

a ('Breakfast Flight" at the Air "." County Agent T. Dimes_this 50 government expense.It I I an annoucement yesterday, by R. Demonstration Agent. The first 8 o'clock In the USO auditorium.
year give
Park Cafeteria Sunday morningat McClane advised today. K'j cent MORE to this great cause.per." web announced by Committee B. Alvarez, manager.Mr. shipment of cooperatively purchased Herbert Deal, dub president, Pontiac Dealer

9:00: am. The public is Invitedto "To be eligible for a new grower I Chairman A. L. Crosby, Jr., that I Alvarez states that cucumber fruit trees and shrubberywas announced there will be a cast Sees New ModelsAt

attend. allotment" Mr. McClane added, Lt. Col. I Senator J. Slater Smith was unable Heed are now available at the delivered his week to Home of 40, which will Include the en-

Twenty men and women will "the farmer mud have had at H. C. Wall to attend and speak as market. at $1.SO per pound and It Demonstration Club women and tire membership of the Rotary Atlanta Showing

fly In' from Craig Field, Jacksonville least two years experience In growIng Elected To Head scheduled because of 1I111<'AII I I Is desired that growers contact 4-H Club girls as follows! Club. Perhaps, you have' seen /a

to participate In the glider tobacco within the past five Sgt. W. C. Rhotlen the manager at once to obtain Hrooker Community- Mrs. L. L. Womanless Wedding before but O. J. McCrtff of McGrlff Motors

show of spot landing and soaring, years and must have had an In- State Guard Assn.Lt. post with a short film favored entitled the I need anti to lint tho number of Parker, Mrs. O H. Colnon, Mrs. we will assure you, you have not has returned to Starke after af-
for which awards will be given.A terest in the If the farmer acres they will plant to cue-um '. tending a dealers') preview of the
crop. Col. Harold "The Shortest Way Home H. B Crosby, Mrs. R ( tlano, seen ono like this presentation
C. Wall of After i bers. Seed should bo be. new 1010 Pontiac Silver StreaksIn
seaplane base has also been Is a veteran he needs only oneyear' Starke was elected president of which the Pout adjourned for planted Mrs. If. II. Molt, Mr!*. Komi Pin- Mrs. Deal wrote the script to Atlanta.
tween Feb. 15 afid
March 1 Mr.
opened recently at this field. experience In growing to- holster Mrs. Eddie Lewis Mrs.
the National Guard Officers Association doughnuts and coffee. fit this locale and especially for
The famous 100 "Flying Farm- bacco. An additional requirementIs Alvarez stated. Misses Shirley More than 700 dealers and their
of Florida at Its annual I Eugene Crosby,, the Rotary Club The wedding
era" from all over the United that the farmer must make convention In Jacksonville last Business Women At least 100 acres should be Nell Green. Betty Kaborn, Catherine -i ceremony has been used many managers from, this area saw the

Statea are expected to put on the.. _major..- part of his living on. weekend.Col. planted to make it worthwhile Hodge, Annette Green times but much has been added, new cars for the first time and

an exhibition at this field next tne farm. Applications cannot be !. Wall succeeds Col. Henry Organize ClubA for Manhattan to operate here Catherine Harrell. Jackie Hurry, as you will sue, when given by Mr. McGrlff reports that enthusiasm .
I this it Is said The
month. taken after February 1". spring com was greater than for any
W. McMillan Jr., of.Tampa who Jackie Dyal, Carolyn Kelly. the Preacher, Lex Green.
pany will pay the dally market other new model! that Pontiac
I meeting of the Business and
presided over the convention, heldIn 1 Hellbronn Community-Mrs. L.
The Rotary Club Is buzzing with
cucumbers. Last
price for pickling has
Professional ever produced.
Homestead Forms : Rotarians Hear the Roosevelt Hotel and Women was held I A. Mrs Louise Crosby,, .
attended Thursday evening of last week in I I season the price ranged fram $:'i Crosby, excitement over the coming we .ldlng. l- Dealers learned that the 19.19

Ready Now AtAssessor's Col. J. F. MilesCol. by 290 Guard officers from the courthouse In an effort to to $4.50R. ( Mrs. Mildred Sapp. Tho bride and l her attendants Pontiac Silver Streaks feature two

over the state.Tourist organize a club In Starke. L. Alvarez will handle the Stltrke--Mr.... Linnlo McCulley. have their gowns In readiness completely new and distinct lines

OfficeTax J. F. .Miles. International i Mm. deal here for Manhattan. Hampton--Mrs. T. J. Alderman and are In a flutter, like all of cars. Kntlrely new Is the Chlcf-
Gerxha Shiver of Crescent ,
Secretary of the Slavic Missionary ClubA Stat6 Mrs. J. W. Home, Mrs. M. L. bridal." I...parties. The..groom's. mo- tian line which Is functional in
Assessor Guy Andrews stat City Secretary of the Business .
Society, Inc. with headquarters I TAN DISCOUNT!' \VatterllOl't.I.Lwtey.Mr". iner is overcome wun gri. over ed yesterday that he Is still receiving In London, England, and Chicago, quiz program featured the and Professional Women'sChubs the loss of her son In mar HIIRO. back type.
homestead tax exemption 111 meeting of the Tourist Club In the presided over the meetingand Monday Is the last day on which Joyce Futch, Mrs. The bride's mother la radiantly
i was guest speaker at the Its. companion Is the new
Lonnle Futch Mrs. Olcetn Green.
,
applications at his office In the Rotary Club Wednesday giving Woman's Club building Tuesday gave an outline of the workto property owners may take advantage happy over the coming event Streamliner

courthouse. Personal property tax : first hand Information on the suf. night. Prizes were won by Mrs. be done, and the good this club of the two (percent discount The campaign for starting calendar ; Come and HOC these dear ladles version of the series slant, an of up-to-date fast back

and intangible tax forms are also fering peoples in England and in Avery, Mrs. Deal, and Mrs. Dug- can do for the community.A on taxes, Tax Collector J. R. orchards began last year at the wedding. rnndo Pontiac.
typo popular by
ready. gins, a tourUt. Old foxhloned meeting was held< last nightto Kelly reminded the public this under the direction of Miss Madga
Europe.Col. There will bo a speciality art BOth body styles are mounted ona
January 1 Is the legal tax assessment Miller stated that his organization dancing will be enjoyed at the draw up a ,charter and elect week. The discount In Februarywill I I WhighAm who was at that time Come and see the lending rltlrensof 121)-inch wheel base The former

date In Florida, Mr. An- attempts to serve these meeting next Tuesday night. officers. I bu only one percent. County Home Demonstration Agent Starke In romedy rolc A Torpedo! series luis been discontinued -
drews stated and all of The women made a good
,
owners not limrtet will sing popular rumborn. .
peoples only by feeding their
real or personal] property are required bodies, but also by feeding their ;1'-- _i I start having bought more than The traditional wecMmgmarches Pontiac will make 10 body t
100)
The first this
plants shipment
to make their exemption will be .... T. K. Mc-
souls through the distribution. of / 11A. styles for 1019 and with the exception -
totals 159 fruit trees and
year
claim or property returns be- Bibles. He stated that the Societyhad Clane, Jr. will be tho /announcer, of the convertible (Deluxe -
tween that date and April 1. been successful In placing flowers consisting of pecans Tickets are now on sale and can only) and the swank new
witmirniui,
grapes persimmons
many Bibles in Russia In spite h. purchased from any member I sedan delivery (Standard only),
,
kiimquatM plums,
5 New Rotarians of governmental restrictions. pears grapefruit 'tt the Rotary Club Adults" 60,! all will bo available /with either
roses, azaleas, ami camellias
In tents and children under twelve standard 1 or deluxe
Wednesday's program was < equipment.
Guests At Subsequent deliveries expected
Supper are -
charge of R. B. Alvarez, who Introduced I y..nrll nM, 30 cents. Doors at the Pontiac production for 1913
to exceed lust year's fig
Five new members of the Rotary the speaker. ure USO Club will be opened at 7:30. totaled 2I3.SOO cars, the division'sthird .

Club were honor guests at an I Come early for good seats and boot year, and dealers were
hear the musical program which tol.l. that the company expects
"Indoctrination Supper" held in Recent Births
Funeral Services will begin at that time. The wedding -
th.a) Dixie Motor Court Restaurant I 19-19. production to exceed this

Tuesday night. Those receiving Births announced by Shadycrest. Held SundayFor will take place promptly at figure.Mr. .
.,
8 o'clock. McGrtff states that the new
their membership pins and under Hospital this> week:

going the course of Instruction fn Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burllii __ C. C. NortonCharles Pontiac will be on display at his

the objects of Rotary; etc., were HIatt of Lawtey, a daughter, Bon C. Norton, a resilient Poison Dose Fatal showroom early lit February.

George H. Bunch, Charles Quick,' nie Clydette, born Jan. 7.
of Starke for the 25 Girl
p&'t For School
years
T. H. Slade, P. D. Reddish, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack William Childbirth Toll
died Thursday January 20, at his
J. F. Jaudon._ Padgett of Maxvllle: a son, !Marcus -
) I residence on St. Clair Street following Minerva MORley, 12 year-old 7th High In FloridaThe
Jack born Jan. 16. .,....F.\USO : U the beautiful Starke
TO TilE TOfKIHTH EVE new a lengthy nines grade student. of) BBS died In
Mr. and Mrs. James Frank
CALENDIR EVENTS Plckard of Green Cove Springs, Motor Court, recently opened to the public on U. S. 301 (Temple Mr. Norton wan born In Pittsburgh -' Shadycrest hospital' Saturday State Board of Health.

Tuesday Tourist Club, at Wo a daughter, Pamela Lois, born Avenue). Loeateil on property that was formerly a pecan grce, the Pa. on MAY B, 1871, and nlxht. It Is reported that the deeply concerned over Florida's

man's Club 7:30: p.m. Jan. 14. new Court, with Its many trees, offers an Inviting picture to the waXii retired machinist. He was child accldently took strychnine, unfavorable record as one of th*'

Wed. Rotary Club, Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Clemmonsof tourlil. and owner Ceo. H. Bunch (at right) reports that his 14 a member of the Bethel Baptist thinking It was medicine. She was five states having the highest ma

Rec. Hall 12:15: p.m. Starke a, daughter!! Patsy units have been filled to capacity every night since opening. Mr. c-- : Church and donated the propertyand rushed to the hospital by her temsl death rate, is reviewing Its
Wed. Lions Club USO : timber for construction of farther Irvin Mosley. but died maternal program to see where
Bldg., Louise, born Jan. 17. Bunch was formerly a furniture manufacturer In North Carolina.He : ,
10 minutes after being admitted the trouble lies, and what can be
7:30: p.m.Fhurs. the church 17 years ago.
I and his family occupy the home seen at left of picture above. In Union
The child was born done to lower this rate.
IOOF Odd Fellow meet- ,Surviving are hI. widow, Mrs
ing Lodge Hall 8 p.m. Odd Fellows Meet Jessie Norton of Starke, a son anda County on May 23, 1936, and besides According to Dr. Frances Read

Sat. Amusement Games Catholic I Pecans Be her pan nta Is survived by director of the maternal and chill
The regular meeting of the Odd Attends Conference May daughter of Ashevtllu. WIs, a Marvin and Law
brothers
two diedIn
USO. 8:30: p.m. .stepson J. W Willard of St. health program 130 women
Jan. 27 Fellowship Supper, tat Fellows of, last IOOF week, was at held the Thursday Mrs. R. F. Young attended the Sold Through Market Augustine, and a stepdaughter, rence Moaley of Starke, and three childbirth in Florida during 1947
Lodge sisters\ Annie Francis. ; Judy Ann, while In the first 10 months of
Church.
Christian Annual
Conference of School Supervl8or' Mrs. J. W Dempsey of New Bed
hall with the new officers Martin who till have .
Growers any .
all of
and Georgia May Moaely, last year. prov/aional/ figures ft4veal
Jon. 28 March of Dimes Ball, Land Noble Grand and W. SMelson. in Gainesville Wednesday t ford. Mass.
of on hand are
quanity Starke. 104 deaths.
pecans
USO. 0.00: of last week. Each .
p-nn. Vice Grand representative Funeral services were held in
oresldlng. advlsnd that still be Funeral services were helI at "We feel strongly that a largemaJol'lty
Feb. 2 UDC at Mc- they may
meeting to
present was bring a
The Lodge one of the oldest pro- the Bethel Baptist Church Sunday -
.J In Douglas Cemeterynear
. CrtfTs, 3:00 p.m. chapters In the State meets every duct of his or her county to be sold through the State Farmers '" J afternoon at 2:30: o'clock with graveside after of" these deaths were
Lake Butler Monday declared.Dr. .
Feb. 3 Junior Woman's Club Thursday evening at 8 p.m. In the used as door prizes. Mrs. Young Market. Manager R. B. Alvarez ,. ., '. Rev. R. L. Lee and Rev. J. E, noon at 2::31) o'clock with Elders preventable. Read, she gave negligence In
.
meeting, 7:00: p.m. lodge hall. took plastic salt and pepper shakers Cloer officiating./ Interment was
stated that he it in contact witha of Jacksonville -
Boone and Copeland seeking early, adequate medical
Feb. 3 Woman' Club Executive a product (gift) of United __ In the family lot in Klngaler Lake
buyer who i Is paying lOe or officiating. She was a member care during pregnancy as one of
Board meeting.Feb. CARD' OF THANKS Plactlcs and a plastic flower container Cemetery under the direction of .
better for Curtis and from 8 to of the Mormon church. I the primary reasons for these
3 Shrine Club monthly Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Sr. wishes from Florida Plastics holding DeWltt C. Jones.
Interment was in the familylot : deaths. Also, the fact that %
meeting to take this means of: thanking grown! strawberries from Mrs. Oc for seedlings. > Pall bearers were N. E. Crlbbs, in Douglas Cemetery under large number of Ill-trained midwives -

Feb. 3 Womanless Wedding those friends who have remembered G. W. Alderman. Other donations Anyone having pecans for sale -: W. C. Collins S. R. Hicks C. B. th direction of DeWitt C. Jones. who are 70 years of age or

staged USO by Starke Rotary Club I her so kindly In so many were honey _syrup pulpwood, may contact Mr. Alvarez at the .,,".. Collins, C. B. Moore, and Floyd Pallbearers were classmates I I over, continue to practice In this
building, 8 p.rn. plug of tobacco etc. .
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I ways during her illness. market. .. t Stewart. from the seventh grade. State. Is given as another reason.


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Divorce Is Called Greatest Affliction ; other defenseless
I I so far as to say, "She Isn't to childr..''I real

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Clay Hill State FarmBy That Can Darken The,Days Of ChildhoodBy that take mother care of Is you thrown," a child into loving t..rrl'ble security Ized ,that too.he Of faced all creatures economic sin In

1879 E L, MATTHEWS. OWNCH.EoiTO* By Lora Burgeon Mob Mrs. Bryan Whlttlel.*' FAith Johnnon die, why doesn't he live with I conflict. One who does not ned against who are su<* imp

hbU.hfld Every Friday and Entered as Second Fonc, Nebr. In Kla Time Union you*" or "What's happened to develop Into a hard and cynical victims, of adults' seituhne.,.,,

part Matter at the Post Office at Starhe PiaMEMBER . Bridce Club Meeting How many parents contemplating your mother-doesn't she stay adolescent having an "I-don't- dren meaness of and divorce Infidelity as the chll
divorces will serious with ?" The more and th. broke
give more
you any fortunate
\\hrreln I meditate over the Mrs Dennis Fancher was hostess thought to the warnings of two sensitive the child' nature, the care" attitude la more home

({j) 1949S1.M wonder of life and nature. I be- 'at last week's meeting of the Chicago judges commenting upon greater his humiliation and the than the majority of youngsters In

gin to plan my garden. State Farm Bridge Club enter the horrible death of 10>year-old keener his pain. similar plight. .! ptu .

.kxrfpUon $2JH> Annually. For Six Mosittis A bulb Is taining at her home Thuraday af Roberta Rlnearson by rape beat Tragedy for the child of discord- "Mother how are you going to rye i

Brown and small and like a nut ternoon. Sweet peas and unique Ing and strangling saying "the I ant parents does not begin, as a support US'?" a small boy whose Ho Nulls
Yet star will blossom fate of this child ought to teacha rule with their divorce action. It father had transferred his affection
A I"OP'LAR AND ELL-DESEBVED APPOINTMENT From this rut. potted plant added to the attractiveness lot of fathers and mothers whata starts commonly when trouble and his allegiance of a woman 4, jOLLY
f of the Fancier home crime they commit against their arises between the two. other than his mother asked
Governor Fuller Warren's appointment have generally met with White hyacinths for the party. Before the progression children ;when they ruthlessly "What's the matter with dad T.- with anxious tears In his eyes.

plaudit from the public and press and one which 1* particularly i And azure squill. *, pie was served with coffee break up their homes and aban- he does not come home like he In addition to his loss of emotion s"
pleasing to the Telegraph i* that of Alfred A. McKethan who was From these assorted don their offspring." How many used to?" asks a knowing youngster
to the three tables of .
picked as chairman of the all-important State Road Department.It I Stones, so still. playersWhen concerned only with pleasing themselves "Has he gotten a girl friend? ,
has been our privilege to know Mr. McKethan since the days Brown and small scoree were added prizewinners will take heed? Among And what makes him so cross? He
HAS
when he, u a ranking Third Clasman. took us, a humble "rat", under i And drab a* dust were as follows for high these the man bewitched by an- didn't used to be that way." "ANNIS

lug protective wing at the Virginia Military Institute-doubtless motl-I Are the dead like tulip, score, Mrs M. J. Kucera who received other woman or one who la tiredof Children fearing catastrophe In IT"
Floridian exposed to the Held In trust? his family responsibilities; the the form of divorced parents anda
vatrd by a feeling of pity for a coca cola bottle holder;
-.John R. Quinn. woman who ores so little for her shattered home-life often sicken
military school hazing. At any rate we have always been grateful ; for second 'high, Mrs. P. D. Fan- own flesh and blood as to turn mentally emotionally and physi CONCRETE BLOCKSReady
in a "gross rat" to avoid some of the pitfall How wonderful I III life! All
for his assistance helping grow.
cher whose reward handker
( children others
was her over to so cally. Some refuse to eat and lose Builders ,
that might otherwise have engulfed us. Ing things amaze and delight me. chief and In bingo Mrs. D. L. that she may go her way unhampered weight. One slckspell follows an- MU Concrete To Build Remodel Hardware
Repair or
with Interest since Most Everything
Naturally we have followed Mac's career They tell the same old story. Cod Nix who received a guest towel. other. Some become irritable and
college days and It was gratifying Indeed to see him gain National maketh all thing I have three "Do what you like with them have outbursts of temper seem- ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES, inc.

recognition .. an outstanding young banker a* a result of his sucessful beautiful seed catalogs. I just got Under the direction of Ralford judge, but I don't want them", says ingy without cause Or they may 1036-1048 W. Main Street South
guidance of the banking Institution In his home town Brooksvllle. and Starke faculty members and the mother who has less affection wake up at night sobbing and
Seeing him again in action at the Budget Meeting of the Road out my old seed box. I found envelopes of Mr*. Lawrence Dugger Farm for her boys and girls than an alley screaming: The brightest of chile Phone 217 2JS GAINESVILLE: P. O. Box 82
McKethan half full of seed-a collection cat has for her kittens. How dren fall to his
Department In Lakeland Monday it Is obvious that Mr. boys and girls did excellent local suddeny may get ,
will serve with credit to himself and hi* State in his new capacity of treasurers. Now I wonder work in the March of Dimes cam can she forsee .what may happento lessons--how can he concentrateon -
Throughout the If this old seed will ? paign.Of them? Little Roberta's mother them ;when he is In a state of
he has done In his. chosen field of banking. grow
Just a*
who had not taken the trouble
emotional chaos His marks are
from practically one of My garden Is small. One Interest to friends la the fact
of delegations every space .
tedious hearing
long, day even to see her child for the past poor.
Florida's sixty-seven counties, the new chairman maintained an air envelope of seed was a HJtle too that Patsy Kucera received honorable three years must not have antici- Quite as serious, possibly, as the
mention! In a Stonewall &k (
of easy informality and genuine Interest In the problems of all, at much for my small place. I was Jackson Essay Contest sponoredby pated the trvgedy that overtook Impact of divorce upon a child's ,

the same time keeping thing moving along with efficiency and dispatch. loathe to throw the seed in the the Starke U. D. C. Together her little daughter murdered by emotional nature is the manner In %

fire. Hence my collection. This is with the winner of the first and some abnormal creature who which he Is handled after the

Governor Warren campaigned on the promise that "you won't the third year I have planned a second prizes Patsy :was given threw her body Into a ditch neara separation has taken place. How
garden. It is such fun to dig In And the father had
cemetery. can boys and girls, shuttled between
have to see anyone to see me", and In his choice of a Road Department acclaim In fitting exercises! In
the deep black soil. I am at hearta visited the child but seldom, leavIng one parent and another
chairman he has picked a man who will likewise be as accessible Bradford High School auditorium
farmer, I suppose.,1 came across her to the care of her grand- make a normal development? If
to and all as the limitations of time and the duties of his Friday January 21. 'T1 r
one some old bulbs. that I had not mother, laboring to earn a livelihood the custody of the children la given r
office will permit Just as the term "Fair Deal" has been used to planted. It brought to mind the The Recreational, Club for Farm as a etock-room clerk. the mother and If while visiting -

keynote the new Administration In Washington we feel confident above poem: "Are the dead like Young People continues to hold Every year more than a quarterof the father and his new wife

that an Florida will receive a "Fair Deal" from Alfred McKethan tulips, held In trust? I like to meetings each Tuesday eveningIn a million American children suf. the: father Is so unmanly as toSTUART'S

new Chairman of the State Road Department. think of our loved ones who have the Community Budding Those fer one of the greatest afflictions 11
gone before, just "Held in Trust," who attend, have fun folk dancing that can darken the days of childhood 4

A TRIAL FOB OCR TREES' by our Father. playing games and listening to the divorce of their parents /

O\uititle\ the snow Is deep end records. I and the breaking up of their
Judging from the comment received by the Telegraph last week
white. We had a nice fresh layer Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and :Mrs homes.A .
concerning our editorial, "Tree Surgery or Sabotage", there are many of snow to fall last night. The M. D. Spooner of Pahokee Mrs i child who loses a parent by '
others who feel the same way that we do about Starke's venerable H. He ty i
now here never get black with P. Gainey of Brooker and Miss death Is consoled ultimately.
oaks. To wit: If It Is just as expensive to SAW 'KM as to SAVE 'EM not and grime. We are wonderfully Pauline Brannr-n and Jack Nelson was not rejected. He was not '

why not save 'em ? fee from dirt of that na- of Jacksonville were Sunday supper abandoned. With the sympathetichelp t

If, as reported It cost the city in the neighborhood of $500 to ture. This Tuesday afternoon I guests of Mr and Mrs. R. VV.Brannrn. of the surviving parent who

remove the two oaks on the south side of the Woman's Club building wanned the living room curtain tries to explain to him the meaning

we believe that a competent tree surgeon could have been employedat and everything else In the room Carolyn Bradley and Patsy of death he Is persuaded to 1r

a considerably less figure to do a little repair and restoration ,work that needed washing. I cleaned the Kucera attended the party sponsored -I accept his loss with a degree of

_-thus, not only saving the trees, but also saving the taxpayers'money. room thoroughly.' What a glorious.. by Mrs. Blanche Edward calm and courage. DEWEY-FRESH DECORATIVENESSIt
time I had. I do love keeping for the eighth grade Science But when a child's home Is

house. Don has had two ambulance group at the Starke U. S. O. Fri broken by desertion or divorce he doesn't take much in the of
We understand there Is agitation from certain sources for the removal of way moneyto
Is robbed of that sense security
calls this week, to Lincoln
day
of many more oaks around town-even one entire block of and Sioux City. I love staying at evening. to which every child has an have the magic beauty of flowers in your
Mr and Mr. Walter Mouch and home. That's why clever homemakers add the
them. home to answer the telephone and Inalienable right, his loss a far
that there Is much merit In the made Mr and Mrs. Robert Perry and and I bright Rally of blossoms to drab corners.
It seems to us suggestion tnke rare of things. I am so glad more poignant disturbing experience 1 a 1i
snrn time ago, that our public trees be given a fair trial before they I have a home, and these mornings Toledo their daughter Ohio Karen Anne, at than If one of his parents Smart, color-conscious: women depend on us

are condemed to the saw and the bulldozer. Of course, they "belong"to we do not get up until eight visit Mr., and Mr arrived*. Paul Friday Meng fora to had passed away. He discovers for dewey-fresh low-cost, seasonal flowers.

the City-but just who Is the City may we ask, If It Is not the o'clock. I have never In all my week. then how little Ms fatheror See them today.COLONIAL.
life got a chance to lie that late. his mother really cares about
property owner and taxpayers who pay for its support? Why then
lira M. C. Goodman of Cuth- his welfare or he may be the victim
I oft awaken about I
seven. just
whims of Individuals mall be unquestioninglyyielded '
Mwuld the or groups .
lie there quietly thinking of allI bert. Georgia has been the guest of a double outrage-he is CYCLE SHOP FLORIST
the Interest of all? There should be
to In matters affecting am thankful for, to just be happy of Mr. and Mrs A. C. Kirkland deserted by both. ,
some method of giving public notice when property Is to be destroyed. When the clock strikes, out I since Sunday. Other Sunday visitor Many a humiliating: experience Temple Ave. & Itth Si. PHONE 218
what chance has the opposition to be heard T It Is too late of Mr. and Mr
Otherwise get. The house Is nice and warm. *. Kirkland does the child of a broken home i Starke Florida
to protest after the butchering process hall begun. Willie the canary la singing. Digger were Mr. and Mrs. F. Starling and have when he Is asked by .Chool-I Mm. Chan. SchnuUt Nona St., StarkeIT'S

Making at my heals. My children of Lawtey. mates, "If your father ,,,,

TtW. IT STILL PAYS TO ADVERTISE: : heart soars with joy as I splash, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. GrlnesyspentSunday

Lost weekend a subscriber came Into our office to obtain further water In the warm cozy bathroom. In Jacksonville with Mr
Next I put on the coffee. I singa and Mr. Sam Cahoon and with
details! on the Ford touring car "In A-l shape" advertised for sale
song. I give Willie bird biscuits. Mr and Mrs. Vance Gelger. With
,by J- M. Davis for $75. A
I talk to him. Ah life is good the latter couple they attendedthe
We hated to shatter this render's dream of
certainly an automobile Jacksonville Camellia
The same thing every morning. Show
for $73: but there was no ,way out of it. The advertisement appeared Life .It not dull.I Mr and a.fra. Charles Thornton
In our column of item gleaned from our files of 1929!
of
had beautiful Starke and
a picture of my Harold C. Smithof
dear girl, Genevla Fields who died Green Cove Spring were visitors I
o WANTED: A GOOD IIISTOKY!' OF BRADFORD COUNTYWe this Fall when her son was born. of Mr.\ and Mr. Dave Thorn-

j are glad to note that there I la a revival of Interest, locally, In She wa standing by Clay Hill ton last weekend. Mr. and Mr*.

the preparation of a history of Starke and Bradford County. This Issi i school house. The window curtained Emory Townsend and their son

project for which there has long been a need but one which hasbeen ,with sash curtains of white Tucker, of Ralford were also supper -

grossly neglected. The citizens of Femandlna, we are Informed, I material, that I made by hand. guests of Mr. and Mr*. Thorn t

have recently organized a historical society and, a start In the right I The shrubs were leafed and there ton Saturday.Mr. .
she stood. All the love for her and and Mrs. J. A Bouvier
direction might be made by the organization here of a similar group returned -
Clay Hill Just turned heart
From time to time different classes at the school have attempted my Monday from McIntosh
and tear came to my eyes. I where
had visited
something of this nature, but they are handicapped by the lack of "Genevla I they Mr. and
whispered honey.
Mrs. Cecil McRae since
source material. If aH of the existing data on the early days of thank her sister Joann of Lutz, Mr and Mm. McRae were Saturday.hosts ? ,

Ktarke and Bradford County could be brought together In one place Fla. for the gift Nice letter at a family dinner Sunday cela-

where It would be readily available for those who seek such Information from Ilia Mae Johns, who Is home bration of the birthday anniverHariea & < & & %
It would be a great help and might result In some worthwhile pow from, Georgia. She was visit- of Mrs. Bouvler and of Mrs .*_....->' ?
rcumpllshment.Wanyone Ing Lnrene Padgett, and went to David Hamrick of Gainesville.

reading this aitltce ho any Items of historical Interest Clay Hill school visiting. Sadie Mr. and bur W. O. Engram had
Carter;: has returned to her homeat ., t (.
concerning Starke and Bradford County-whether old newspapers as visitor from Saturday until
Lawtey after keeping house for
pnrturea, letters, or other types of dcum..ntthll( Telegraph will ba her grandad. Mrs. Bernice Mo Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams -

glad to receive It and help compile this Information for the use ot ley and baby visited last Tuesday and young Kenney Williamsof
atsKlrnts and other, Montgomery Ala. "a J ee'
with her parents, Louie and / '
Nettle Carter, Louie's deer dog Mrs. George Manassa and hereon

''I'1IATIF.SF.ST: THIEF" AI''F.RG.lS Dell has seven puppies, so they George. Jr., of Green Cove *""

AU we know I I. what we read In the ally Lela Mae Carter writes all Springs were visitors of Mr. and ,
papers--even our own Judg.
Mrs. W. G. ti
well. Tho Harrison Strlngfellow Monday.
ling from classified ad lire Moaloyshave I
a appearing In the Telegraph l lost week It looks Celln Mannaua, who had been Ar
all their corn In and are .
as If "the meanest thief" who sometimes lifts shrubbery from ceme- .. here with her grandparent for
breaking stocks to clear the tie.. a r
.*Ty Iota or swipes pennies from the blind man's cup, Is on the prowl They were going to butcher hogs week, returned. home with her mo.

swain. too. Mrs. C M. Wood and daughters then _
The advertisement read: ITS reward for arrest and conviction Ann and Eleanor and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yon of Jacksonvillo .

of party who took three SaY-Oil one-burner heaters from BculahKaptlst Bessie Hooks of Jacksonville? were Sunday visitors of ti c 4a

Church Clay County. Elma. Thomas, Penney Farms, Flit !Beach visited at Rev. Strickland's. .. Mr.: and Mrs. R. M. Markham.

Truly Old Nick must bo reserving a particularly torrid nook of during the Christmas holidays V BIG FORD
hut domain for sneak thieves who> go around Invading the sanctity of Mrs. Woods. and Mrs. Rooka are Office Supplies at The Bradford r F8Thii

chusihes and cemeteries. both teachers Sammie Starling County Trk-graph. .
Is staying with his Uncle In Law. .. '
49 Ford U the biaaetl l Ford Truckf.MH1
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tey. Some at Clay Hill have plant. ; over! Bonus Built far extra. work retervei I

1 ed Irish potatoes ( t and longer Ii'.. Up le 39.0OO ...J
Helpful Hints Try steamingyour lb.. gross train rating a* a tractor.
suede slippers over the spoutof Tire, up to 1O.OO-20'; New 141

the tea kettle and then brush I FORD MILLION DOLLAR CAB horsepower V-8 engine. Choice ef
them hit rd. Look like new. When r extra heavy duty tingle-tpeed or
You comfort
get living-room --3-way
ewt making Icing for a colored birthday air control coach-type seats. ;"PictureWindow" 2-ipead axle. 16-in. by 5-in. double
< cults lisa the drink mix of cylinder rear brake.
I (Visibility, Level Action cabsuspension -
different colors on the market. ,
Flavoring and color both. Add one

Nit.ITS cup of milk to the water when 2'r
making mush to fry. When friedIt t 3 GREAT NEW ENGINES

CAR L r' M N. browns nicely. Try adding a '! e' .4/t Pick from Ford's new SIX and two OVER
G A S PA RIL LA NIVA O F E B. 7 V-8'sl 139 MODELS
bit of sugar to snuurkraut when new Moil modem engine line
cooking It takes off'thai edge It REPLACEMENTCosts In truck field) Up to 145 horiepowerl/A truck for every fob)Cab-Over-Engtn*
SEE 6.PEKS SEE often has. I like it baked In the I end conventional chassis! G.Y.W.
ratings 4,700 to 21,500 lb,.
Ett CT R ICALt" tU? E Sv" "PRpFesSkdNALLivESttfc oven.
Last night was ten below zero.
E B. AUTO RAGKiE Boo! Cold outside but warm and I UP!

snug Inside. I pop worn every
evening. I have my new Bible and

s what a joy It Is going to be. In Let us check your Fire
ore
front are 300 page of note t
WttLLDRrVrZRSFEB. There are map. and the print la insurance before it's
large so I can read easily. The
rf U C ATI 0 MALI_ 811SELDE book of 1500 questions that came too late !

uFISHANPGAME with It I am going to look up. FORD TRUCKS LAST LONGER !
CLOSES NAND I may write out the answer In .

i r a note book for fun. I have been yew Fort DMW| InftM f* to......II).. Fred Mb' Show, Sutkr Imm__IMC IMw..
reading "Cleft Rock". When I Charley E. Johns LbtM to tile Fort TlmMr, Fifcta'' ['--1:85: !ftalwark.SM: jeer MwifMjwe .tar sea uA.. ttoUocAndrews .
-FEfc?, finish it, I shall begin the study AgencyPhone f -
In earnest of my new Bible.
IS 8TAKKE. F1A.PteprvMittlng .
NDUSTRIAL Here .Is a thought Do a thing

because It gives you Joy In the ._ Motor Co.

doing and not for thank Never : .

expect gratitude" and you will '.4.-, .....
never be God bless Phone 118
disappointed.
THE StarkFJaPAGE
'TRAVnE..,. Hartford I
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Younger Set Enjoys Birthday Party UDC Gives Awards I( an article on Chln .. Mrs. E. M. I 11 Young Women's as co-chairman.
selected the
SOCIETY and CLUBSOffice Novel Kid PartyA For Tommy Dyal For Winning EssaysOn two Davis interesting program letters chairman from read Mr. : Circle OrganizedA Thursday The group of each month at 7:30 second: p.

and Mrs. Mathews. Missionaries m. as the regular meeting date
Gladys Mooty RfooH1dt'n "kid party" with all the trimmings Tommy Dyal was host to 30 Stonewall JacksonThe In Mexico and also an Interesting young' women's circle of the and all young women interestedare
including bubble gum lollypops of his little friends Thursday of gave First Presbyterian. Church was
Phone 29 Editor Phone 33 Invited to join the circle at
W T. Week's Chapter U. talk on China.
I and balloons, was the motif last week when his mother Mrs.Nate organized at a Coffee Monday the next meeting to be held at
carried out Mm. R. L. D. C., presented an interesting Mrs. J. N. Walker conductedthe
-------S rrsrrsSSrSSSrrSStS S -rflfl by Dyal. entertained In honorof evening at o'clock, at the home the home of Miss Evelyn Stump.
I Shaller when she entertained for his program and essays on the Life' quiz followed by the Installation -
eighth birthday anniversary.The Mitchell.
I of Miss Lucille :
Marsha Kay Bennett I Series Of Parties her daughter Peggy Tilley and youngsters played gamesIn of "Stonewall" Jackson, In' the of officers: by Miss Lucilr The rooms of the Mitchell home I' The hostess during served the delicious social hour.refreshments

Has Honor Miss Caldwell son Bill Tilley. Saturday even- the yard of the Dyal home on High School auditorium on January Mitchell; Mrs. K. G. Duncan. were tastefully decorated for this
Birthday PartySt. ing at the Shaller home on Eighth N. Temple avenue and prizes were 21, this being the birthday treasurer; Mrs. :J. L. Simmons occasion: with, arrangements of
Marks Parish House on During Past Week Street. awarded to Marvin Mosley and anniversary of Gen. Jackson.: secretary: : and Mrs. W. A. Stern pink camellias and rose buds. Spaghetti; SupperAt
The occasion 1i.a the birthdays Linda Stripling. Seated on the stage were Prof. vice-president. Sixteen calls were Black elected Edward'sThe
Mrs. Estelle was St.
Church Street waa the scene of
C. S. Rev. J, R. Hill. Mrs. .
Lila Caldwell popular Partin
Miss Rae Delicious made during the month by different
of both Peggy and Bill who cele- refreshments were chairman: of this newly organized
a lovely birthday party Saturday
to L. A. Davis. president. Mrs. W. G. .
bride-elect whose marriage members of the
brate the served following the and Auxiliary.Mrs. Ladles Auxiliary of St.
afternoon! when Mrs. O. H. Bennett on same day. Peggy was games circle: with Miss Lucille Mitchell
-- Theron Yawn will be an event Included Halle historian, Mrs. R. F. Dem- C. F. Ward turned In $t.51
entertained for her granddaughter 17 and Bill 22. The guests all a white birthday cake Edwards Catholic Church serveda
of Wednesday evening February embossed In orest Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. and collected for cards sold. The
dressed in "kid's". clothes green with eight
Marsha Kaye. who was : and tiny year's donations.The delicious spaghetti supper at
2, in the State Farm CommunityClub candles. Misses Ann Greasier and Peggy treasurer reported $100.47 on
Madge Brownlee and green Hall
celebrating her seventh anqiver* Lyle Ander- next meeting will be held the Parish Tuesday evening.
ary. House has been the Inspiration son received prizes. for being the Assisting Mrs. Dyal were Tom Dale. Mrs. Demorest and Mrs. hand and $8,23: was "collected on Ira Mrs. Chandler's home on Feb. Following the dinner games were
for many lovely parties in Smith history teachers were sponsors dues.. A motion was made and
most appropriately costumed. my' grandmothers, Mrs. T. L. 7 to sew hospital supplies. Mrs. played by the 60 guests and prizes
The refreshment table attractive
wee of the students.
the !week seconded to send the Bradford
past Many "kid's" Casey and Mrs. Berry Dyal.! winners.
the
games were played asked the members of the awarded to
with a lace cloth centered The under Young
from following
afternoon program.
Last Friday County Telegraph to Mrs. May
during the with Joan
with a large cake: beautifully 3:30: until 5OO: o'clock Mlsa Cald- evening the direction: of the Chapter Historian : Dlcklns for one year. Auxiliary to donate supplies for Good Blrd .
diaper
Carpenter winning the UDC grade eye
decorated: in blue and yellow, Bur- well was complimented: with a twister award.A tongue-I Meeting NoticeThe Mrs. W. O. Halle was enjoyed Mesdames Davis. Ward Duncan the Sunday School kitchen. $3.80 Ioz. at Ronnle-Dwnnle
rounded with azaleas camellias: gift-tea given In the Community I,I -- W. T. Weeks by the entire student bodyof Stern Simmons Bohman, During the social hour the hostess .
UDC Store.
chapter
white damask cloth covered served delicious refreshments.
and fern. 'Club House at the State farm. Junior High and High School Kite Bailey Turney St. John
will hav
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meeting at the home
afternoon and prizes were won by decorated: main club room guests centered with a two-tiered cake Mrs. of The "call to order" was made $2 each for hospital supplies
O. J.
Penny Holllngsworth and Buddy were greeted by the receiving line white decorated candles.with rose buds and Street, next McGrlff Wednesday on E.Feb.Call 2, by Prof. C. S. Partin and prayer making a total of $33: in dona- rf ALVAREZ' STOREI: Clothing I 1llI II
Rev. J. R. Hall. The students I 1894
\fathewi. Cups of assorted candy: composed: of the honoree, her mother at 3:00: o'clock Mrs. Lex Green, by tions. Mrs. W. J. Chandler reported -
and balloons were given each lit Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. and the Enjoying the occasion with Peggy will be co-hostess. sang "Old Folks at Home", ac-1 $1.53 left over from last -
tle guett. hostesses Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Bill were Jim Brown Godwin companied by Mrs. L. A. Canova |'.

Adulating the hostess to serve Mrs. .1. G. Godwin Mrs. J. A. Pat McCriff, June Caldwell at the piano. The introduction was I i .'nra'i -' .
the 45 guests were Mr. R. H. Bouvier. Mrs. M. E. Grlncr Mrs. Janet Waldo OES NoticeWaldo made by Mrs. L. A. Davis who j
Boree Mrs. E. Lawson, Mrs. Resale R. P. McLendon and Mrs. J. C. Anderson Bobby Turner, also gave the salutes to the Amer-I
Colson/ and Mrs. Orle Wiggins. Wallace. In thin room the lovely Billy Miles, Peggy Ann Wiggins, Chapter No. 120 OES ican and Confederate
gifts were displayed and guests, Lillian and Buddy Bishop, Mr. and will hold a regular meeting on marks on Stonewall Jackson were
GLAD*-SO rent<< SI 1. $l.flO/ ami February 28 at 8 o'clock. All given by Prof. Partin followed by
who included prenent and former I Mrs. Sam Anderson, and grand-
9'i per dozt'n..Ionlal 1'1ori..t.I'hont' Farm residents, signed the Iirido'eBook officers and members are urged the reading of the winning essaysof ,& "
son Mike, Kenneth Grtder, Joan jt.
218 Htarke.Don't. Miss Melba which wan Strlngfellow.presided over Duringthe by' I Carpenter, Madge Brownlee Doyle to be welcome.present. -Visiting- Mrs Catherine membersare The Ann presentation Cresaler and of Peggy prizes Dale.was -J;_ .' t. -i// co'Ikc ihi1'J)))/)))

party hours MISS June iaiuwell ;- Anderson.llazen Barbara Moore and Lyle Vickers, W. M., Miss Louise Raul- given by Mrs. HaJl Peggy Dale 'fl) ,' Itt Am' Page lleek at A&P _
erson Sec'ty.Hupef won the first prize of $10 and I
presented a program of piano I,' ... Int., ,ouar ,
\ )c one-'oIue .II-H..p
Be selections. Ann Cressler was the winner of .. 'QJ'3.- ,' .11..0. 5 S'nndCr'.. ',,,,
1 \ a-day "n
I The predominant color of pinkIn I second prize, $3. I ) IMD" .'V flue \nn Pn. F........" '1'h.'II.

the chosen: color scheme was '. : ) .....,p. rose 10,1'. ,.t pIre reur'....H... I ,.e
further' emphasized in the dining : Ladies Auxiliary m.. -9./.1'" -'. .. 'I'hat'" I'............ .h....... ......I... In ,\\&cP' j
A Sap! room. The table covered with & 1ctAhcfr I IVeIi i _, S.. ...... ...iIeri ,\..fl l'nge ........1 kl"'h..". t?
Italian cutwork cloth over Meets At Home T- "nd b..bt sIIreeIy. to ,.U. 'I'here i
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an / {. .. 4
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1. I IWe'JI pink, was centered wth| a bowl!. Of Mrs. DuncanThe I I '? -

Why Kick Yourself? J II j o! roses balance :oy: tall, burning; ,
tapers In gleaming holders. At one I Ilie t bingo party stagtM .by market in Gainesville B-S'! Ladles Auxiliary of the j .

lend you this! muleto end Mrs. Chapman cut the bride's by the Junior Woman' Club 2nd butcher John Godbold has Presbyterian Church held Its first |I Ann Page KETCHUP, 14 oz. bottle 19c
do your kicking cake while 'at the other Mrs. Cal<.J- Thursday night of last weelt was been Imported from Lake City to regular monthly meeting of the' -
ANN PACE
well poured coffee from a silver a huge success even though some take his place here Last weekI year Tuesday evening at 8:00: p.m.
service. Additional refreshmentswere of the prizes won seemed a lit reported that Ruby Johns" Is in the home of Mrs. 1 K. G. Duncan Ann Page CHILI SAUCE, 12 oz. 25c

dainty open-facpd sandwiches tle Incungrous mid. caused a lot closing out her dry goods store with 16 members and one guest SALADDRESSING
of laugh Frlimtance Stanley Why this should ,
salted nuts and mint make some present.
Artistic arrangements of flowers Noegnl won a shampoo and folks think she la also closing out Mrs. H. H. Young president, Ann Page SALAD MUSTARD, 16 oz. 17c

and candelabra against native I set from Ruby Johns Beauty Shop hpr beauty shop I fail to Rf'e. but presided over the meeting and

greenery made the buffet a perfect Mrs Irene Johns welfare she tells me she's had many In Mrs. J. R. Kite had charge of the \*% p HB 16 ":".

: background for the tea table. I worker In Baker County won' a qulrles to that effect > Hope devotions which consisted of scripture BEANS with pork & tomato sauce, lOc 8 OZ. . 17c
For this occasion Mlsa Caldwell i I shave haircut and massage from this corrects any erroneous Ideas readings and the reading. of

was attired In a pretty printed. Bill Mundy's emporium Virginia about the beauty shop which remains .. 1O7------- 29c
(Starke Dry Cleaners) Smith la \\\ PH.. Kl OZ::
as
1 1D
crepe with black accessories. Her
shoulder corsage was of pink ca: I won $2 worth of dry cleaning cr- RED KIDNEY BEANS with pork, 2 for 23c 32 OZ. . 19c

vice from Robert Green's New Glad to Helen.
mellias. As a memento of the par- NPI Slrontf back
If You Miss' The ty the hrwtesscH gave her pecesof : Method Cleaners Krllne Bus- on the job after her combat with
her selected silver, sey of Avery Inn won a baby the flu bug early In the week Bac' I Ann Page MAYONNAISE, pint - 39c

potty from Bradford. Hardware Also nice to hear the Adkms are STARKE FL':.
WOMANLESSWEDDING The IT. V. Knight home on N. and. Tom Grady came away witha on the mend Mrs. A. Z. had MKHI' > CHick 1OI% KM) CI Ti "'' ". -
Walnut Street was the scene ofa pancake makeup and muffintin the ca.st removed from her foot
lovely lingerie shower TuemUy Bet there wax some tall Monday and Judge ran come Sun., :Mon., Tue..., Jan. 30, 31. I ROAST or CHOPS Ib. 43c iwILi"2i"

afternoon from 3:30: to 5:30: for tradin' alt' swappln' after the affair downstairs now after being on & Fell.. 1 '

Miss Cuiawell. was over the sick list since Christmas ass
Northwest Stampede 7'_ 5,1 Iii. WKHI'KHV :
Pink and white wan the predominating Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Sr., Is home

color scheme in the Amtmic, those vUnnlii' prizes Sat from Riverside hospital and getting loan Leslie, JainPH Craig Z'SPARE.RIBS lb.) 43c ...
To lie Inflicted On A beautiful arrangements of redbud urday night at St. Edwards were along nicely A. C. Dur- "ItaiHlltM ItallaiK" Cartoon .
Helpless Public Ry The and azaleas throughout the lower Freddie Wlmberly who copped the I den who la In Tampa Municipal & Latest N"\\II ASH'G' New
floor of the Knight home Hanlh {- grand award a ham and Billy HoHpltal Is resting comfortably

.g from the chandelier In tho Nocgel, who won a permanent at Good to see Ida Mae Shaw up "....1., Thiir. ",.... 23 Fla. Dressed-Drawn FRYERS lb. 59cSmoked Creamy SmoothPEANUT
Starke Rotary Club llvlngroom was a pink and white Lady Fair Starting this Sat- and around again after getting JHHBLK FKATlltECURLEY ,
crepe paper parasol with stream. urday night they're going to start her leg broken a few days before
ers of pink and white ribbons drawing names at St. Eilward'a Christina Sorry to hear that
Thurs. Feb. '3 from which Rifts were tied. When "amusement game evening" for a N. D. Wainwright, Sr. was takento With France Kafferty Picnic Hams ((6-8 lb.) lb. 39c '

Mla8 Caldwell pulled on a designated deep freeze unit Surely want Riverside the early part of the ,ANt I! U T T E Rl
ribbon file was showered' to be on hand if my name Is called : week for observation Rhoda
I with'pink and white confetti. The -- otherwise 'twill to the Dampler has been treating a bad. DEADLINEWith
8:00: P.M.U.S.O.Bldg.. lace-covered: dining room table next fellow' Among go those attending I ly Infected throat Couldn't Sunset Carson Wilson Corn King Sliced Bacon, lb. 55c Ib. . 33c|

:was centered: with an arrangementof the Bob Hope show In talk on Tuesday and, Wednesday. rim. latest. JfeFrl. "''
pink azaleas in a low silver Jacksonville last Friday night .
f bowl flanked by three-branched: were Clara Mae Knight Thelma I ., SaL Feb. .. & 3
randlebras holding lighted pink and Joan Dinkins. Vernon Crosby up Well to date. flui'NH. that to brings me DOUBLE FEATI'HESWORD "SUPER RIGHT' Quality Heavy Beef
except remind I
Barbara you
tapers. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell poured Moore, Muxle Carter Jr..1
not to forget the Birthday Ball OF
coffee during the afternoon and Ellso at, HOBS Pass Patsy an'Vernon

Mrs.guests .1.at the M. door.Hembree received: 'I'an' Frt'd.lie'Jmberly Sllcox Bobble. Cameron. in could the! .USO. Among tonight-the as If out-of-you THE AVENGER; Fresh Ground Beef Ib. 49c 5 $$7 ? I

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towners who'll be trekking back Hoot Gi H n & Bob Steele ,
Assisting the host CHUCK, Mrs.
Hollla V. Knight and Mrs. I'm JiiHt If for the annual event will be Fred AM
Merry wondering Virginia
Beth Smith In serving their Smith will ever live it down! an' Hazel Guy of Gainesville\ and Sonora Stagecoach CHUCK ROAST lb. 59cQuick
many others of ,
course who I'll
| guests were MUs"Nancy You know she's publicity chairman
Knight
tell you about next week Until Cartoon. Serial "Rldern Of
and Miss Peggy CulJwell. for the PTA -utaxed with
the, then EIGHT
So long See Heath "all'y"HIALEAH'S
Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson duly of keeping other ml'mb..rs'Informed )i In the next you I I
entertainedat of the where an'.when of I I Frozen H. & G. Whiting 19c O'CLOCK
a lovely luncheon, Thursday at meetings/ etc. Well a talka- Carolyn j -
YOU'LL LAUGH the Keystone: Heights Inn for tlvo little bird Inform me Hint


FROM: Miss seasonal A lovely Caldwell.flowerii arrangement'; formed of the white centerpiece she minutes frantically and looking Dot around/I Epperson for fur the a full meeting(lashed thirty I Quick Frozen Red Perch Fillets, lb. 33c 3 n1.15:

on the luncheon table,
Wednesday afternoon and never I
HEAD TO FOOT which was overlaid with a lace did find ill! The seaHlim, wall 1 Ib. BAR iOc
cloth. At each gue t.s place' wasa being held 1 In .
< the BUS library on
small pink corsage and nt the account of APPLES York 3
the Imperials Ib.
program was concerning 29c
When You'Rt'e That Rig honoree's place was a beautiful library work Virginia .- -

Brute JOE HOOVER U- white corsage. and Dot lookrk in the VSO the Red Circle Coffee
nited In :Marriage With Miss Caldwell ,
; waa presentedwith BHS auditorium
Dainty Miss% .HANS: WAIKEK ,. a piece of silver In her so- everywhere else In and Just but about CARROTS, Fresh, 2 Bunches for 15c
town the
Incteil pattern. by the hostess, in right place! 1 Ib. BAG . lie

remembrance Invited to be of present the occasion.with Mrs. CAULIFLOWER Fla. Snoball

Cancel Your Order Wilson and Miss Caldwell were Although Its. mippoNi'd to be ade..p. ea: 25c
dark secret one of my trusted ) BOKAR Coffee
a few intimate friends of the *

For Spring Tonic! guest of honor.Library Hat operators of those* has taking secured part a partial In the < Worlcl JUlnOllj'Flamingo GRAPEFRUIT, 10 lb. mesh bags 29c

Rotary Club's Womanless Wed 1 tb. IIAC----- 47NL'TLEY <
a This It A Sure Cure Operation ding" next Thursday
night and
For What Ail! You Topic Of PTA at the risk -at Invoking Rotary YELLOW\ ONIONS, 5 Ibs. -- 19c '
I wrath I'll Day
tell you those I know
Meet WednesdayThe Here they are:
The blushing -bride Hans POTATOES, Red Bliss, washed, 3 ft. 25c
mechanics
of the
operationof (Pee Wee) Walker.

presented an efficient In an school entertaining library were way (Butch The happy) Hoover.bridegroom J. C. Fla. ORANGES, 8 ft. 'bags US 2's, ea. 23c OLEOMARGARINE

at the PTA meeting Wednesday .

brarian.by Mis Audrey assisted Newman.by Miss BUS Joan li piece Preacher) Green.Flower, -. Lox: (The Mouth- Thursday March 3 CELERY, Goldenhart sz. 48's, 2 for 25c 1 "*. . . 2e;

Girl J. H. (Legs) Du-
Carpenter and Miss Vivian McRae
Pre. .\ s rGFPineapple 1 .
members of the Science
Library
Bridesmaid -- B. L. Matthewsand Preserves 1 lb. Nestle
cla 8. Guy Andrews. 3IcPt Ever Ready Cocoa It,. 49c

ADMISSIONGreatly I Miss Newman was presentedby This is only the -
beginning folks, '
\"sPeach IOBTOV '
Mrs. Lex Green chairman: of IIOIMK" : "
the PTA as every member of the Club hasa Preserves< 5 lb. Brown
committee
: on Library t. 13c Gravy & Beef 27c
Reduced! part in this hilarious event -
Service and
discussed the planof *
Understand that tickets are sell- Parade
operation. the books on hand Flamingo %N\ !'ole Karo
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h
so fast the Initial run of SOO pt.: Blue 20c White 21c
and the books that ;
are needed In has Cherry Preserves 1 lb. 31c -
already had to be' Increased -
Adult Tickets the BHS
unit. Miss Carpenter and
Mlsa McRae explained the This may be your last chanceto Birds Argo Gloss Starch 12 llc
arranging -
(were 6.60)) Now .60 and cataloging of books. their see hair the down dignified(those Rotarians who have let are paraded only once a year lona Flour, JO lb. 63c oz. -

Environment The program theme was "Our any left) So don't mint It If .,. GrecnQjantPea,17dz2for37c

Children's Tickets About It", with-What.emphasis We on Can read Do )'Oucan.: I lona Flour, '25 Ib. -, J.49

Niblets Mexicorn . 21c
(were 3.30)) now .30 Ing.The devotional was given by 8...%in. an If th* shrubbery-lift Laying Mash Scratch Feed

Rev. .1. R. Hill who was Introduced be ers on are the on lookout the march. .again Someone so 2.1 I''". ..t1'. KM I''". ".S1 21 .... LOT. Iml) I... .....1. NUCOA n.: P1. 34c: col. 46c
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NO EXCHANGES by Mrs. K. G. Duncan devotional _ _ _ _ _ .
NO REFUNDS chairman for the meet- lifted an azalea bush' from Mrs. Flamingo StakesThe LAVA SOAP.
Regular. .
NO SOAP I Ing. The President. Mrs. T. B. U. W. Brown's yard last we..k.and each 9cPAGE
she reports! that prowlers regularly
Harding presided
over the business DREFTRegu!
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each _
2Scnuz
pluck her camellias and
session the
South
You're STUCK (and how!) other Kentucky Derby of
Refreshments were served at flowers before .he has a Regular. each . 3kX
after we once get hold of the close of the meeting by the chance to pick them herself .

your money. j hostesses, Mr. T. K. M Clane. Hear that Al Krletmeyer former nOI.. UeJr1Jlar. .ac: :111<-
Jr... Mrs. T. F. Landrum, and Mrs. manager of Lovett'a meat market,
I r E. LawBon. ha. been transferred to Lovett's SPICK & SPANeach. . 23cllr


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JANUARY 28. 1040 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGBAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA .. I-AGE FIVE
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Attending: the meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. :J. F. Pickard and I want to gives, a pleasant sense of <>r.II....- :Ii.etlce fn Hay. Helden 8el.<,len. llklif.\ Daytona February 2' lh, 1940.<) 'In the obov.
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I 4 llpmr. State >f Kliirlitit to.l Hi-nob. Florida
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I National Guard Officer's Association new baby daughter, Pamela Lois 0 independence makes you in a 1'avtil .lnm.H, wllnite renltlenuo I I.. .\II ya. for 1'lf. 1-2S 4t 2-1(1( plaintiff named) Court seeks and divorce cause.and wherein ciifltodv. .

j BITS of LOCAL NEWS j Saturday and Sunday at the returned to their home in Green to the richest man on unknown: of children. HrndfunlPounty
} way equal You nre'' required to iiptiear on In I Ireult ('''''1''. llrn Pick.
Roosevelt Hotel :Jacksonville -Mr. .
: In Cove Springs Sunday. earth. February INC h, lMi! : In the above Kli.rlilm In t knnverr..lean )Order In next four weekly\ IHHUttneftn **.
,-.---.--- .were Maj. and Mrs. T. K. Mc- ard visited friends here the past nnmnil. Court semi mime, whereinplMlnrlff u IIA...... }'llIln"r,. vo. William \\ my hand anil official I ..alnt
? need seeks ml. ... HrntlfortlCounty ICiiKtme, huron, I liefendutit. CH ..
7. Do you like people We .VOrl. No. tnrUe. Florida, thin January
Clane Jr. 1st Lt. and Mrs. T. C. two weeks while Mrs. Pickard was
1>l.... raph nhiill HIM 7104.Mrilrr) '
Harold Webb of Atlanta Ca. Mrs. Carrie Smith, Mrs. Mena I''bll.h I I 20. "4'iOFFICIAT
Hazenv Jr.. Lt. and Mrs. Al K. hospitalized. people as they need us. Only when OrI'r, In next fourvtt. .. li*.uifi.WltiipuM of Pnblli'iillon. *. >0..... <.. ( KRAL A. .1. Thomn.A. .
w&a .a business visitor of TItuS McCutcheon Mrs. T. W. Webb Carlisle Mrs. H. niy hiiml, anil I ottl..II.I.,1 I ) \11......... vole ..r fr-lorliln,. t..i I Clerk of mild Court.
and Lt. Col. and
and Tuesday night.Mr. and Mrs. Effie Johns 'spent last MUs Frances :Morgan who is you like others will others like nt I Sinrkv, ., Kliirliln, lhl. .1'"nuar \Vllllant Kiiwi'nn' (larve, wlum. rvtiluVnt'v ny Haven. CroRby, T>. C
Olson Tuesday Friday and with Mrs.J. C. Wall. In nurse's training In Gainesville you. And nothing is more important 25.:; IH! !>. I .irt unknown: : :: John' .1. It.fldeI'smmul. K:"f|1.. ft. AugUHtln .
Saturday OFFICIAL SitAl.' ) A" J I I *. Florida.
and Mrs. R. C. Buford had ( Thomas You. are
Miss J. Gross in Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson spent the weekend with her in your relationship to An Clerk of nnlil' Court. February 3Kth required m>> In in niiliear the. nhovo on Ally for Plf. 1-28 4t J-1S
Rosa
as their Sunday guests. spent Sunday evening In Jacksonville parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mor. Tiv Haven t'ruhy, 1>. C1.JSnih named Court nnd raune, whereinplaintIfr ,
and Mrs. Robert Barksdale others than a strong. frank sense In flrenlt. l.'onrt.: llrndfnnl Cnuotr.Kh.rlilni .
BalHtlen Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stilley II. I>cni..ln KOA Lynch:' PulMInir seeks. dlvor '., and riiito.lvof
Mr. and Mrs. U. .
visiting a. In
gan. of humor. JrtckHonvtllP t'bnneerr
Klorltla
and -Barbara Sue and rhllil I ririKlforil.
and Mr. and Mr Don Stilley and daughter, for "''t. Marion, Church Culee, Plaintiff. V"
Kuter. Azalea and Camellia plant- Ally* I 1-38 It J-I8 County' Telectraph. shall ,piilillHh thinOrder .
all of Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. J. W. Home are leaving Sun. "8. Are you In love Constant In ,, four /Hlanlev F. Co lea, 1)"n IHKIIHH.Vltntnm
children. Colonial I'hon 218. weekly
Gotham Gold Stripe nylonsat Florist In CircuIt. Court, vth : No. 71102.(
day for ReedaviUe S. C. to visit alertness to confirm to llrnilfuril Countr' \ l and nmolnl i
repeat Heal I ISM
.. I'nblleatlnn Notlr totpvenr.
and Mrs. W.F Kemp left Starke. Kltirlilni. .. ( ".. .....y. i4tmuikp.. Florida thin Order f
Mrs. McElhaney for a few days. STUMP'S; Dept. Store. : to rejuvenate the adventure of l.iilinn.r.: McMillan, Jr.. Plaintiff JanuaryoWlCIAT. sIde of Florida' tat
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U. 1D41.!
for their home in Carrollton, Ga. Mrs. W. F. Barefoot and Mrs.S. Mrs. Shcllle Hall and daughter. ':. Hhlrlev. Anil McMillan: ; lusfemimi.: Htunley F. Colee. whose realdeni'e
after spending the past Mr. and Mrs. Charles Samar of Sharon, spent the weekend with love brings more happiness than nilt. Can* No. TOOtl. ( 8HAt.! ) A. J. ThnmaHA InHt known .and addrenn. I Im ]14211
Tuesday A. Barefoot of Sanderson were : Clerk I of .. .
Id I
0 I almost anything else. Ha Cnurt. Front St., Morgan City oul lana:
month with Mr. and Mrs. John Chicago Ill. were guests of Mrs. vlltors Thursday of laat week of : Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto in Jack Order. ..of PaMlmtlonotlre.... MnSpecs nv Haven CroMhy. I>. r-. : You are reciilred| l to appear on

Milligan on Eight Street. The Milllgans Paul Canova Sunday while en- Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.Mr. I sonvllle. Returning to Starke .:wIth "9.. Are you developing your Ann McMlllun.< <>> Florida whoNa. Peeki"ncu oiHhlrltty John, Klnrlita.Atlya. J. Henctttrfiuii. EMU., HI. AiuruHtine February, 28th "41In! the wherein above
and ,
route to their home from South \ abilities? Some otIS may be limited I In: !St.
  • i>rnr.., S. ('. named Court cailne
    had as their dinner guests and Mrs. C. A. Futch. J.o I the Halls Sunday evening were You for I'lf. 1.21 4t 2-11)) plaintiff' neeka divorce and l changeof
    are r.'Iul..d in onFVbruary
    | appear
    Sunday including their house Florida. M. Slstrunk and Q. M. Sistrunk Mr. and Mrs:>" Ray Boyles. Jr. and In abilities and talents. But SHth ItMlt In the abovenu".1 In Circuit ("",,1'.. Hrmlfnnl (.......,.. County name Teleirraph' nhnll publish Bradford thin,

    guests Mrs. C. J, Garrett and children Rev. Bertram Simmons i is at- visited Mr. and Mrs. Merrill daughter, Joan and Mrs. Boyle., : by using and developing what we Court anil, ..a,,".. wherein Klorlilm In t'''.".....,.. Order In next four weekly t..nu....
    have to the limit ;we will lead a plaintiff seeks iltvnrca. llrailforil Ira l-alian Hlrl) kl"n.l. Plaintiff, v*. Wltnena hnnd and otl..I..I..AI
    Miss Bessie Garratt of tending the annual Diocesan of mv
    and Futch and family In Tallahassee Sr.Mr. County. Telegraph shall. publish thlMOrder Taiillne 10.1'...... "Htrlrklanil Defend'. a*> Htarke. Florldft. this January
    fuller and life than the .
    happier In next four weekly' lH
    Jacksonville. Episcopal Churches and Women'sAuxiliaries and Mrs. C. Raymond Howe "uen.WltneH ant. Cana No. 1n1l3.| 2O 11)41OFFICIAL'
    Sunday. i lazy genius who( neglects his gifts. '* my hand and official' nail I Int 0..... of I'nhllcntlon. *. hotter. totppenr. ( \ SKAt) A.I.: 't'homnasAu.
    "Here Corned the; Brld.U in Pensacola this Mr. end Mrs. Paul Schopke of and son, Eugene visited Dr. and Stark. Florida. thin January Steep ..f Klorl.ln .. Clerk nf said Court..
    nf her! Don't rnlHS week. Mrs. M. F. Mudge In Zephryhllls "10. Do you have a clear con 24. 1949. Pauline) Freeie M"'h'kln"l.) By Haven ("roMhv, I). C.
    230 pound Jacksonville were/:/ Friday evening I science? It is a great atep toward (UIrFICIA I. flI "I.) A, J. Thr.milA reHldencA) nnd, addruna. laxt t'1: John, .1. ndnrHon", Karl.| St. Auuu.-
    the WOMANLESS WEDDING Aniiiie| walnut cottage bureau4drawer ; dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. on Sunday. Clerk, of ...1\ Court.: In Ciniway, H t*.1 t line Florida'
    inner freedom when we unburdenour Uy Haven Crosby, l>. r'. You are required to I : I'lf. 1-28 4t 9-18
    appear for
    ISo building. Thurn.. Feb. 3, 8 pint' cheat) drop leaf T. Jackson. Mrs. S. L. Peek of Starke and Ally.

    p.m. oval table.. :\11'fI. E. C. :Mann N. Miss Sarah Barefoot of Key Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones of Gainesville troubled anxious mll1ds.

    Mr. and Mrs. T. :J. Griffin and Water $t. stone Heights spent the weekend attended the Camellia Show Hi-lti-r rlMM-k life Inituranrt

    Mrs. M. B. Herlong were in Jacksonville Mrs. S. G. Denmark visited Mr. with her parents Mr. and Mrs.P. l In Jacksonville Sunday. 0 Yauxn. you'll DIE your LAKH.V at the

    Tuesday. and Mrs. Joe Thomas In. Crescent! M. Barefoot. Star Brand shoes for men I I'SIns.I.Vashjng'Machines: .
    \\'OISI.I'EIJIJISU.: 'SO
    City last week while Mr. Den Gabardine jacket. sizes 2-8 fine women & children. STUMP'S.Mr. ,
    building Thll..-..., I'l-lN S. 8 p.m. SOFA :
    mark attended the furniture martin quality St.l'J while they laMt. At and Mrs. Harry Irwin of i \ '

    High Point N. C. Knn.Tt4(>-D<>nnle Store. DeWlttville N Y. are guests ,at. In flrrult. c........ llrmiroril Comity,

    CARPENTER'S Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle attended Mra. R. Enke who has been visIting Morse's CVrescent Court for two fr'liirhlni. ... 4>hiiin>rrr.*

    the Camellia Show in Jacksonville her daughter. Mrs. John weeks. lei'HrluOl I ilurl I .K..>y I'ronby.C'niHhy IMfilntlff.L)tf..mmmiii VMAlvlo mm I. (ll".nl..I..1 Kor (Iii.. Ytart'orrrlnlti BEDS

    J Sunday. Udell and Mr. Udell the pant Mra. Mattie Gahagan was calledto <'..." :Nm....tf 71IMI.Orilrr I'litilli'ittlon( I Aiillv. t.. I.arge, Tub

    month. plans to leave for her homein Savannah Ga. Sunday, becauseof .\pP...... Kliil* ...r fr'lt.rl.
    ,- ." Newark, N. J. on Sunday. the illness of her son Emmett Uurh'y Crosby! \VIUHU| runl
    ilt'non I In unknown: : Frame nuuln
    EXPERT Beryl Casey from the USS Macon Gahagan. "Yoti. 8 r.. niilrpil' to appear, on : _
    Mrs. Effie Johns had as her February 8ith( 1940, ,In the Mt.nvMiimt'il : O.JlC of smli.ctm'Ihnr.tnuuul'm.
    J
    Is home 10 leave ,
    on days Cuiirt anil' rniinn, whi'rpln
    with his parents Mr. and Mrs. guests Sunday Mrs. J. J. Gross plaintiff I I Htn'kM illvori'i I *. llriidfnril .
    adio Jacksonville Mrs. Mamie Car County TolcKrnpli. 1 nhiill. I I P11 I,ii..Ii t thinOr I
    of ,
    T. L. Casey before reporting for duty In Norfolk Va. on Feb. 1st. ter of Maxville and Mrs. F. W. I I Iii V hiintl" nml cifflrlnl I ,'al I 139.95 Strong n|.Hng SI 1 10 I) VALUENow I
    nt Hinrkn, Flurulu, his Juunary.
    I Webb of Hawthorne.
    The Casey's other son, Delbert, 27. 11 l'i. i'uuui'.t nun |I'>n.
    If think ICoturtnnn nri. illgnlfletl (OFFICIAL HI-1AI. A. J. ThitntHNA "
    who has been hospitalized in the you I ..XHMIirtl'llroluri.
    _ _ _
    .
    sic them In the \\.O'L\N. : Clxrlc, nf milil Court.Hr $75
    just
    Jacksonville Naval Huupital was Haven I lYimliy, l>. C.U. .. .
    I.ES'F.UISG.: t'SO( niilliling, o O. lirnwii, Kturke, Klorliln.. CHEST
    able to be home for visit of DRAWERS
    a over
    H Ally*. for. 1'1'1.' -,, U 2-1K _ _ _
    Thiir 1-VI 8, :
    the weekend. p.m. i :-._

    Mr. and ]Mrs. E. S. Matthews til ClriMilt. Court.. Itrmlforil County. .. .-- I \J'SERVICE :Maiden Form & Gossarcl! bras!'! returned to their home here Wed r'l.trlilni, In 4I .liinirrry' ., -.------ or I'm'il
    I PKESCIUPTION elJ I llormiui I ( i Kiimvnx. I I'lHlntlff.I v* ..txnnKnmvnM OccasionalROCKERS 1
    : sieres at STUMP'S: STORE. nesday after a visit with ttfblr l>*>f*.niliint.., m'''MIt :\'n.: 7101.Onlrr ( {'..flnl-h..1|
    PHARMACIST Mrs. E. T. Vestal spent the son-In-law and daughter Dr. and of liil>llitl I..t .C >,.tI... toti
    | |>""". llnti* nt Florliln lot From.
    weekend! In Jacksonville visiting Mrs. H. B. McLendon In Orlando. I .I e.u U l KampnM, \vhoHo rttHitlpnce1. millHiUlrMHH

    Iynwoocl Necld and Mr. and Mrs. fil.ADS-50 writH. $1. $!i.4S1)< anti IH tTitkno\vn: 12.95 '
    Phone 64 STARKE Chas. C. Tun an* rH<|ulr<*,il tn niiptnr' onFfbriinry -
    t Lewis Neeld.Attending. $;:! |>">r diiziti.-Coloniul) .Florist 2Hth, I'H111! th** nliovennimiil I Iti'untlfitl Imihogmsi.y
    On-the-Minit Service the luncheon at the rtione 318 "Starke.FORMULA' Court .ml, rnut, u'lt.*,ritlnplaintiff IT
    ShepherdAt FlnlHli. 'otis-
    Cluft I I I H.*(kM illvnri I '>f*. lirami l..rml ; Spring *
    JacksonvilleVoman'a Wednemlay
    C'...umnly TPli'Kruiili, Hhilll. ,iiiihllfh I thin
    Inicfril.n extra rhalr
    I DAY & NIGHT Gays Service Station was Mrs. Lex Green DI. Drd' 'In next four, wpvklv. Ifonifii. : ,
    rector of District .4. FORHAPPINESS \\ I ItnoHd mv liiinfl. nml, offh-hil I .,'ul) fur j'Our living iisiii.
    .
    I nt KtnrkH, Florlfla thin January
    .:0...... _< I' v- _, r .. Azali-a and Camellia plant.'olonl.l.1 *.- ? 27. 1 I-I IT COIL SPRINGS .
    (OF 'rt'\\T. !HRAI.1 A. J. Tlioinim"
    ( Florist Phone< 318, AH i'lerk of utilil. Cuurt. Now 14.95
    Htarke. There la no standard formulafor ICy Haven ,'rushy I'. C.T WITH 8* COILS

    Every Branch ofINSuRANCE Mr. and Mrs. T. L. VanSickel being happy. but If we Understand Atlyit.Friink for I.niKlrtirn J'lt.' Hiarkt 1-2S., Florida It 2-18' _ _ _

    and Mrs. Huber Watson of Gainesville certain fundamentals we heavy Angle Iron Base
    I... flri'olt' Court llrnilfonl ['..usuCC,..
    Mrs. M. F. Eddy of Alachua can probably be happier than we Plorlilill. In t hBiii'irr.Mlvln Porch Rockers Only 14.95Cnne
    ,
    Mrs. Dallle Epperson and Miss I I l I".r..mnn. I rinlntlff I v... N'rtutnl 16.50
    are."I have observed thnt there I Koronmn" )>.>ftnliiiit. CIIMW No. Only
    Katherine Epperson of Lake But : 711)2.Orilrr) hIgh liuik t'une StntNuhiriil

    .... ler have been recent guests of are some characteristics of behavior <>( PiihllintlimWllci. C.. FlnUh. Seal (."',uufumu'tIT'S
    which are common denominators -I %l"|'."r. tttiitt* of Florl. .ln toi
    Mrs. W J. Epperson Sr. o '....mimI Korr-nmn. %e|ilms.. r..IoI l*'ni'iiunit
    H. t. WALL\ B. C Dawkins of Montgomery, of the happiest proplu. I' .iiiMreKK. IH: II Smith Hll'vut., Cluvpr. -
    iIConstant of H. I':
    I call them 'Ten Essentials
    Ala. I I
    was the guest of Mr. and
    You itr 9 rcqulrpil I to HI'''''''r nn A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
    Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family Fri- Happiness. Here they are in the' Fvlirunrv, ixtli. I'M'( :). In I he nhnvvnunioil
    PLEASE Court I anrl. rnuHU, wbtM'ilnrlnlnllff ,
    can
    form of questions only you
    I I I I I finplfM (1 I vm'ree. llrridford 1 .
    day.Mr.
    Service; Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- and Mrs. J. H. Hitch: en. answer. \ Tilf'irraf' nluill. puMlHh! I his, Denmark Co.
    In next four' w '"'llv |lest.- '
    tertained at a family reunion of "1. Are you able to be alone, 1 I I I ort, I I"I.( .: mv, lianil: nml nfrtflnl, : >ioulI i I FurniturA

    sisters and brothers and supp..rpaHy with yourself? A happy human Is I I nt Miiirko, Klurlila. thin.. January, ,

    ----- -----------. .----- his companionship 27. I14'' PHONE 151. FLA.
    ----- -- at their home on Klng.sley able to enjoy own I I ((;FFIC'I/. I. HI-UI.) A..r 'fh", ", "" ,
    Lake Sunday evening. and be alone without being 1 A. i'lHi-k, of nitld 1 ,'.,.IIrl., me
    Enjoying
    Bv haven CroKbv. I P. ('. .
    this delightful affair were Mr. lonesome. '! T. Frank I Lnmlrum Htniko I Ftorliltt,
    and I ]Mrs. Lewis Ritch 'and Mrs. "2. Are you doing; what you 'I Atty. for 1'lf._ 1-2H 4t 2-18

    Henry Gaskins of Bartow. Mrs. want to do? It Is one of your most In flrml I* C'mirt.. II..U..r.l 44i ouuuuI I.I"IrIlu ..

    JKWAnr! cimvlutlon: $75 of reward party fop who arrest took *3 BKWIXO:HENT.MAfHTNKS"SEB. I.. O.FOHOK IIKMI.NflWAY. 10.\I.F.- Onle Walton of Pompano, Mr. and important tasks to find want out to---and get i I 1 Ncllltf. .1.| ."I,,a.'.*.('hnnirrr I'lulnrirr, VM.JaniitM l'ilvl.II FOOD VALUES For 1949 At YourJITNEYJUNGLE

    "..w Hav-OII) 1-hurnor oil hentprM 224 THOMPtftiX) ST. 211 121 Mrs. Warren Whitten. Tyson In time-what you I l-HfLMHlant., CIIHI* No. HU04.
    rhiirch. Clay out of life. And when, with the
    from Bnuliih UiiptlHt
    Ritch. Mrs. Carleen Palmas and
    INSURANCE: writ a I 11 iinei:
    <'.unty.t Klma: Thomii". I'mneyFurniH. fir automobile, liAbility. andlife of constructive experience
    Pla. ItP daughter Michele of St. Augustine help
    See for Ineuranreneed.
    m. your
    worth-while aim.
    ... N. D. Walnwrlirht' Jr.. 129 Mrs. Mack Scott of Jacksonville you recognize a

    I') W. Cal: St.. Phone 154. tf.MATTRESSES Mrs. John Dekle, of Lake It Is never too late to make a PICK your POINTNo 1 .

    Butler Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch radical change.
    : "3. Do you have curiosity? Life
    Save $1 and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns
    OF ALl. KINDSRENOVATED of Starke. l la a gift of unrendlng rU-hness. matter how you like tB 'a
    write, Kxli-rlH-ook: I had the :
    point
    and
    S.... the Tallest Flower Girl In Only by constantly: altering to milt your taxtel I Ii -, .: 21..
    and techniques

    BRING YOURMATTRESS TO I (S DING.'.''I.U.lty'OI"NLEi 8 p.m.TSO! building: Thnrs.!\ WF.O-, Feb. adapting and can our progress.we habits achieve improvement i!_i'l .- Pure LARD '#? gal. 59c Vienna SAUSAGE 15c


    Mrs. Dale VanSickle and children. "4. Are you healthy? Wellhrlng 2214 s.IJ.f $ can -

    the Intimate know.

    STARKEBEDDING their. Bill and home Judy In have Los returnedto Angeles ledge Is based of one's on own physical and : : Fresh EGGS doz. 59c Colored ForemostOleomargarine

    capacities. -
    FCKNITfKKREVPIIOLSTEKKD: Calif. after a short visit with Mr*. mental requirements BJ< I 235' f-'WIoA" Yard

    VanSlckle's mother, Mrs. W. J. Ib. 39c
    Sr. "5. Have you toppelleBmlnjt"The Snowdrift ,
    Epperson.
    AND REFINISHED;
    CO. of Is one of ,
    learning
    Drop ('* A Card Mr and Mra. D. E. Knight'\ snent faculty
    the most gifts of civilization SHORTENING lb. 35c
    HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. Thursday in Jacksonville on bus- precious 2442 Go. 'at..ie: -
    and It should never be givenup Wesson Oil 65c
    Dox 230 I'ulutka Fla. iness.Simnlicilv. qt. .
    And Save $1.00 as long as life lasts. Nobody I--i': jl Diamond ToiletTISSUE
    ; Patterns!'! in stock t la too old too tired!, too wenk or _ _ _ _ _ _

    On Price OfRenovating I FOI XALK: EM*. lot. on n*,vHlnnillnc nt t STUMP'S: DEI'T. STOKE. even too unintelligent not to be 2968 w.Iai.3465 .- 11). Plantation
    I highway l'i ml. from, 2 for 15c
    Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark of treasure of -
    1 ('nil ..t. bridge.ViHo I'.O. fox able to enrich his ,
    .1011. "Stnrke. If Miami are here thin week visiting knowledge every single day of bin MEALorGRITS,51b.-25c
    Mrs. Clark's father N. D. Wainwright -
    HI'II.IIIF.n;; H.\r.M." Illmnii1i existence. .-/.z,. KKSII
    30'xlH' wood ulructure. metal / Sr. who l 1& In the River. ? *
    I ; 6. Do have enough money .
    FOR "SAI.R! CIIKAl1: : t Friinklln : you
    ronf. Kulldlnff i ran btt moved na n
    autnmHtlu-draft. wood heater,; 1 unit If "o ttuwlref) Location$ : 7 ml. Rldo hospital Jacksonville under Try to accumulate enough to buy FRUITS & VEGETABLES

    lurit coal-Both b1lrn In Inoc rood clrulatingh..at.'r. condition. from ftarke on Kalfnrd road turnrlirht observation.Mrs. what you really want- but dnn.twant Swift's Premium AA Beef
    tf at ifl"kln. Killing "4tatiiml'hIn l!'. M. Rooks of Ciainesvlll,
    that
    Bradford County Talccraplu l>nlldln<.r wn-i, originally thIlvllhrunn .. too much. The feeling!: liH
    ; prln you can change your home, your Large, Loose, IJ. S. No. 1 Maine

    SELL YOUR TIMBER I -I. 10:. rm.tililn.haw mldremiecl Ht. 2. to Htnrke ItevI. ;on Monday.Col. job your clothes. that you cane Ta- Roast Ib 55c

    NOW )0.1..., will be accepted until Feh.IS D. E. Knight ,was on businens t a pound of caviar if you should Potatoes 10 Ib. 39c Chuck -

    Highest Cash Prices Paid 1949. 31P 2.4 In Gainesville Morul.iy. 1330 .s"7" ?
    I I
    r rp,<'" fxbrlrs! hv t lbs vard at Louisiana Kiln-Pried Sweet '

    WILL BUY IN BULK. STUMPS: DEPT. STORE. CARD OF THANKSMrs. : Brisket o Beef lb. 35c

    OR IN UNIT BEFORE SELLING YOUR Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns & Potatoes 3 Ib. 25c ,
    C. C. Norton and family -
    TIMBER or TIMBERLAND and daughter, Mary Rivers and ,

    EDWIN W. PECKOr SEE WRITE or Mr. and Mr.. J. R. Kite spent wish to thank their many friendsfor 4I Round Steak lb. 65c
    floral offerings and -
    John W. TurnerP. I Sunday at Cedar Keys. the lovely -
    CALL WINTON) PARRISH klndne shown during their recent Yellow Onions 3 Ib. 14c
    Guest
    I O. Box 463 at Klnnev's Rest Hometre

    Gainesville, Fla. : or L. P. GIBSON: Mr and Mrs. Barnes. of Bat- bereavement.

    P. O. Box 233; I tlecreok Mich and Mr. and Mrs Red Delicious Pork Liver lb. 32c

    Send postcard and I Phone 3 H. M. Morrow and family from -
    me a ifntn. *l. tt.M( and
    GLADS SO ,
    APPLES 2 lb. 27c Smoked
    will come see you. L'AWTEY: FLA... Kent. Ohio. % $2 per doxen.-Colonial Florist. -
    Among the guests calling on
    Would aJw like to lease "11'. John Uglow the Phone 318 Starke. Sausage lb. 27c
    FOK SALE: On. 2-pc. mahogany. Monday, occasion Large heads SnoballCAULIFLOWER -
    fliilnh living room .ult.. Can b. turpentine tlrabrr. being his 91st birthday anniversary ,
    <*< Bon HtorUK -
    neon at R. B. Alvar.a
    a WarohnuM.. Writ Box 775 were Mr. and Mrs. Ran 27c
    or phone. 106. tf som McDowell of Jacksonville. -
    65c
    Information FOIl IIRXTrm.: apt. p..'. bath. Mra. Marion Faulk and Harold Leg o1 Lamb lb. -
    HOSPITAL INStTRAVPKsFor H\V. Sit K. Boulh Ht. 1IPFOR
    I'h. olden: HlpeBANANAS.
    about WHITE ( R"irtJIOrUMTAMZATION Whitehead attended the Bob Hope .NUlltUn POINTS _ _ _ _ _ ,
    PLAN. underwritten KKNTi: 4rm. apt.. or 2 -'III. show In Jacksonville Friday evenIng. S p.-
    by -yr.-old Uank.rILIfe nptx. on lower flo..r. tut N. Cherrt 21b.I 21c Nice Tender
    Caallalty Co.. YOII" lord] Xt.. Klnney'a Kent Hume. lip Mrs. Faulk also attended the -
    .. .
    .
    .... will bo glad to
    you r-pr without ntatlv' obi I"atl.,n. Mr.. Fnlt"I' ALP:: Concrete flower pot Camellia show Sunday. &tE4zookai1W.POSSY Cube Steaks Ib. 49c
    .0,1.i H. W.lnwrl. ..hon St. Stark.. Fla., 2-tttt Pn.n ..".. ;Nick'; Bargain ...0.... Colonial Florist. Fh x-M. > 318.Starke. ,
    H3-W. Stark. 4t llr'olt plentyofhot
    Fla. ,
    US
    !. fOUNTAIN FRUITS & VEGETABLES Fresh

    FREE! HAl.t' :: hO"".. modern |..rlr.$20mP' Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Davis and
    ifiooo down). Sloe 4 rmN.. You'll H'. the easiest-writ.
    Prick fill. All you want. Com. (ati,1ant nil alm.'mod hotint*, A rmt., I loratl..C Mrs. Francis Ray attended the ay ever used. and Mullet Ib. _ 25c
    It. "Klorldit ria.tlcH. K. ntKOH > 1I11I..rpa..I.l price 14100; al.o l I'n Dog Show In Jacksonville Saturday /water ing pen you I'euch. Blueberry, and Apple
    HI.. Stark.. a'r... email hnuee. barn chicken this In all you pay

    rma KKNT*: bath.: cahlnm Nlc.ly Hch'u
    l.oeatml. Vt ml- S. : and children and of Daisy -
    11. : MAC1I1.SES; we pay .,a hfor Billy Oran Choice Of Point .35:
    tltark.. Pln.hur.t TourLtCourt.FOR ...... .... nf ,
    Up 2-Il make any model! .h.or cond.r..ggdieee We are In Wildwood are visiting Mr. -and fast- Fresh Frozen _ _ _ _ _
    ; Mtark on. day ea. wk. Writ C. and W E. Thornton this week.
    8ALK! :: ....V.I .an r.trt..rator I... ttandem, PO box IllS. Lake The 1.75If
    In goad condo Baraaln |.1 O. Phon City. Fla. Hl> Thornton also had as their TOTAL Peaches (sliced) lb. 28c

    4. Mtark.. '* guest Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert I ,

    THADB: : "-'." ..* KKWI.VU I; ;MAOHINKS4: KKPA1KKU: Bronson of Orange Park.Bto.t you bend or break a point, Pure Lard
    Post HAI.R or ,. GENERAL$ ELECTRIC
    '
    'W all make I vuar-
    repair y
    '
    m.l_ 25 to 10 head. to pick from. ante. on any machine we over grate Blu Htrrl' Overall or wish. to rhanjce point for TinyEngfishPEASJb.
    W. deliver anjrwher*. good I* you borNe are haul. W. have a nupply of motor'. 91.98> while they ...t. Rlzmi 2 Yr any other rranon just UnscreW '
    for a
    0"In mule the market we ln"lt. you to vI.It. ourtablon UKhtM. reverae stitch attachmvntMJk to 10 Yr. At Ronnle>-Donnle Store. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC the old one and get a new one 30c
    N. obll-
    for eeC
    Writ
    trading' part 35: '. $
    .. before. buying or from u* for only
    All Mien ar. ..IrlellrT. ratIon C. U )Haniler. PO box '''4. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd 50 lb.

    .elnewhere.......-.. l..ik. fHy Fla lip visited Mrs. J. E. Shepherd ant WATER HEATERS Green 8
    .. ,'''REwe. PO Bradford County Tiny
    s. K. ilk. B.tl. .' .. :25 2-4 FOR SALE: barue with ID-ma.-old Mrs. A. T. Sasser Saturday and MOTORS
    .... McGRIFF
    5. colt JJo.ma Ceo. farm work g.otle.worL. .
    I-'t. tn anythIng: ., anyone can Sunday In Monticello. Telegraph Lima Beans lb. 38c can
    K."lna'or' St.
    -
    Pratt
    FUR "HALE' : a..a A-t road Ala.> handle .t'ul.l.:.. old. ALSO aHerford Mrs. S. W. HaUten Is in Miami Temple Ave. Si ,
    el.c. refrlcerator. .. .
    rvlce.He
    for
    7r.ol. cow home (bridle' aad. this week visiting her daughter. P....>o. Z03 Starke. FU.
    K. K. Wa.dln.W.ldo ,
    off.r buyS.
    at
    Cro.bjr
    I)
    Mr A. .
    ell.. tie*
    Jtp 2.4 Mrs. Pearl Miller.
    utroul: Realty A..t.cy. lip







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    PAGE six: BRADFORD COUNTY'\ TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRTOVT. J.lNtTARY 2$. 1949
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    speaking was In the adverse votIng pays the slightest attention to us S In OreulT Court ....d'.... C.a.I.r, !. Ce.rt Of Cnnnfr .ra...... Brad plaintiff seeks divorce. I February allOt, 1949, In the above
    on a proposed recreation cen- when we cry about ourstrawberry I. ; \ KlorlilHi In ( hilnrerr. i ,.... foot.tr. ".... (if KlnrlUa. County TelerraDh shall" Br"\ord:\ I I nnnipil Court and cause, wherein
    Graham Marirery Kin her. Hlalntlff. v... Tto- In re tn. estate of l!;mma Jones, thin Order la next four !weekly plaintiff seeks dIVnrce UradtnrdCounty
    Law tey ter for the youth and sober adultsof cimtomers going to Starke to sell hurt Finder, Defendant. Cane No. ereaHe)1) Telegraph shall publish this
    Lawtey and Its environs. A con their bcrriea. Our l lack. of influence 7003.Order. %ol Ire .>f FIling Petition Fee Final "Witness mv hand and official Order In next four weekly leauep.
    By". II. FntcaVOTERS By /Mr*, John :McKlnney ., Publlmtlnn .... ".Nolle. to IXMi'harKe, Of FsprieorNotice ml HI Xturkv 1o'lo..ltllt. this January Wltnena, my: hand and official seal
    S S 0 S tribution waa accepted from several aa a town reminds us what we Appissea IK. hereby given that I have 12 1949. at Stark*, Florida, this January
    Interested people with fur- have heard about a certain excongresuman S S S S S S S S T A T H Of Flofthl) \ ..., Oli-rt my llnal I returns ax executorof I OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas IX, 1!>49OFFICIAL.
    the .MHt of Emma Jones. rtecoOBCil Aa Clerk of mid{ ( : SEAL) A. J. Thomas
    TO EXI'RESSOPINION :J ther committments being made who had very little Mr. and Mrs. p. O. Starling and 42 Robert KMK ITIjther..w ml Avenue.whoN, rpsklne Cl()'..n ItldH IK:. that I have IIled my petl- Bv Haven Croubv. D.: C. Court. Aa Clerk of aald I L'ourt.hty .
    ON BEER others who found it somewhat weight In Washington. In his case Nsw J..uoy tlon for distribution and for finaldischarge Hay Hvlflon, Uaytuna Bvaeh. Fin Haven Crosby r>. C.jr. .
    by daughter, Catherine : '
    were visiting I and that on the HI day Ally. for Fit. 1-14 4t 24In <>, Brown, Stark*, Florida
    The Lawtey City Council met Inconvenient to grease the kittyat there could be a mistake in ours Mrs Starling's mother Mrs February Yoi are 21xt rqulrei1/IIMi to In appear the ,ahov on.> I of January., A. D., 1W4' I will al>'- ___ Attya. fur Plf. 1-21 4t :3-11
    the time of the projects lnception. we know It is true. The northernend named ply to the Honorable .K. J... Perry- rir.l r.....,.
    in called session Tuesday. night Lizzie Hlncn, at High Spring, Court Itnr! cause Avherelnplaintiff nina, Cciuntv Judge of Bradford bradford County ?NOTICE)
    A delegation! appeared of the county of Bradford 1 hi neek" dlvnrra and c's. County, Florida for approval I of Klorlil.i In hmirrrr.. Notice la to whom
    to consider the zoning of the town Monday night. Mrs. Mines. IH very t'idy uf minor .fhlld Frndfurd" Khotla n. Kinney I'lnlntlff. VI. Wilson hereby irlven all
    before the city fathers in effortto a complete nonentity. Until selfish i Ill. County Toleicraph shall ptilillKh thuOrder Mid final return and for an orderof Kinney, Defendant It may concern: That all cr.dit'reanti I
    Case
    In regard to the selling of beer. distribution, and for flnnl dlarharfre No. claimant of the estate (Ml*
    r After hearing representatives of have enacted an ordinance providing interests and factions religion I Mrs.. Nellie Womble of Cairo In next mv hon four' and weekly official IniiueiiWltnciKH neal Emma Jonen a* executor, dereaied.A. of. the will of 70IfJ.Order! of Publication. and Notice toAnpt M WllllamH, deceaned, .., are .r.. .filetheir :

    those for and those opposed to for the levying of a utility and Irreligious forget themselves Oa., was the guest of her sister, at Hinike. Vlorlflit, this JanuaryOFFIf'lATj J. Thomas. Exeetltor. r.ap..tIclaim.the County against Judge "htt'jrr' E.K.
    a zoning ordinance the Council tax (most reasonable) to produce and deprive themselves of a bottle Mrs. Leon Wynn lust weekend. 1"( l49 SEAL) A. J. Thomas, December 27, 1945. 12-314(1-11 'Wilson!MTATK Kinney OK, whose FLORIDA rwnldflm-e 4oi : ; n, of Bradford County. :
    decided motion of Council- funds for the recreation center. of beer, a package of cigarettes. An Clerk of falil Court. and address I.: 151 Walnut Street, Florida within eight (8) calendar
    upon Quite a few from around here Itv Haven CroMhy, t>. ('. In Clrenlt Court. Bradford Conntr.FlorMai Butltr, Indiana. : months from the tint publication
    shine I If
    council eventually placed the a half pint of a day; or,
    The ot
    man Harley. seconded by Councilman attended the big Clay Elertrl 7.f>tlKlll", 60B-607 t.ynrh In ( hniieerr.Marie You are required! to appear on: thIs notice or their claims will
    Wall, to give the citizens of plan or amendment on the general there are those among us who are Rulldlnir, Jacksonville, Florida B. Maynor. Plaintiff, vs. Daniel February tint, 1949 In the be barred. This by the Statute of Limitation
    that fruit barbecue at Keystone Heights last I Attyn. for Plf. I'll H Z-J1 Maynor, Defendant. Case No. named Court and cause aboV.j. January 14th 1949.
    ticket with the disgusting results just dig up jar
    DeWItt
    the town t a chance to express pure Thursday. 7nfl4. Dlnlntlff pe.kfl rilvnrr C, Jones, Administrator
    themselves In a special electionto of sixteen votes in favor of and upend some of It on the kids 'In drrnlt, Court. Bradford Count: Order Ol P.blle. .tlon And Notice County Telegraph ahall publlnh this 1-14 4t J-4 ,
    the and the rest of the world coming along. then we will. like John McKinney was In Waldo r'lorlilai In f'hanrrrv. To Appear5T'FS Order In next four tmmuxm
    Jan. 31. The plan a.e':
    be held Tuesday : OP FL Klntoi
    Michael T, rapunno. Plaintiff. .*.s.giloon Witness mv hand official anal i
    question on the ballot will be: against. This Is not a direct Indict the old brook run forever and on business Tuesday afternoon.Mr. M.' fiipuano, Jiafendant.Cane Daniel :.Maynor. whose residence I" at Starko, Florida, this January AUTOMOBILE .
    and the I : and Mrs. Forest Reynolds No. 70117. unknown: I 20, 11)49.)
    to In
    mental only
    Individual a people
    ment of right
    _ "Shall the City Council of the any Order of Publication and Notice You are required t* appear on (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, LIABILITY INSURANCE
    of enact an ordinance ballot as one pleases but ia Indisputable who will stay In Lawtey are beat I and children of Jacksonville were January 31, 1949. In the above named Aa Clerk of said Court
    City Lawtey "
    evidence of the lack up old men like the writer and visitors here Sunday.Mr. STATE nrRIDA to: Court and cause, wherein, plaintiff By Haven Crosby, I>, C. Althoofh' not compulsory" It l.s
    prohibiting the sale of beer to be Eileen M whose leeldenreand j eeeka divorce. Bradford County T. Frank .Landrum Stark, '
    much
    safer to
    consumed on the premises within of civic pride and the desire for those so decrepit they cant leave. and Mrs. John McKlnney udclrena. Capuano la: 32 Irvin Avenue, Telegraph ehall publish thla Order .....Uy.. for Plf. 1-st carry; lIabilityInsursace
    2500 feet of any church or school progress. It l La pluperfect proof There Is no more damnable trait visited Mr. and Mrs. Oatlln in UranvlIlM, New York I In\next four mv weekly hand and lnuen.VUnenM ott"I..I..alat Flor'da'i I represent only old
    and in the world than that of Starke Monday night. You are reaulred to anoear on; I, Starke. Florida, thin In Circuit Court. Bradford line reliable stock companies.Your .
    within the City of Lawtey?" that the younger generation arrogant February I4th. 2949. In Its above i 2P.! 194S December Kliirldm In .'..aerCr)'. f business will be appreci-
    Its posterity have very little to complaisance. Look that one up. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hines and named Court and cause. whereliiplaintiff <( BASKETBALL GAME look forward to In the Town of We have plenty of it here. son, Richard of Lutz were visitors county Telegraph seeks! divorce.shall Bradford Dublish Aa Clerkof said Court. No.Marie 70H5.VI Avoatlno Defendant. Case ated.

    The Lawtey Junior High School I Lawtey. Any town, hamlet or city One more thing. Isn't It a bit hero last weekend.A this Order In next four weeklv Rv K. Haven K. Ferryman Creaby,, r Starke.>.! C. Florida.Attyn. Order, of PublIcation and Notice to 129 W. Call Street

    ha scheduled a basketball game that disregards Its youth, no mat- childish for a few to try to tella congenial group gathered at "Witness mv hand and official] for Plf.I 13-31 4t 131In STATH OF A pp.sr FLORIDA tot Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph
    with the Brooker Junior High lads ter what the monetary cost, is seal at Hlarke Florida, thiN anu- Marie VI Aflroffttno. whose residence Phone 154
    the
    home of Mra. F. T. Abernathy Circuit Court Bradford Conatr IKlorlilnt I
    for next This Is the first lot of beer drinkers they must I I": 141 Rectory Street. Port-Chanter,
    Monday. committing civic suicide. Any people Sunday afternoon. and held a "OFFICIAL SEAL) A. j. Thomas .. Cknnperr.1BUlnti New York
    song : N. D. Jr.
    game for the Lawtey boys and the who fall to see that the only leave town to get a beer? They As' Clerk of said Court Poster Plaintiff, v... A. Mnr You are required. to Wainwright.
    and prayer service for her as she Bv Haven Crosbv. D. C tin Foster, Defendant Case No appear oft I
    public is invited to attend the real thing in life Is youth with will do just that and the beer has been confined to bed for a- Km-h It riT.iiirlaM.., 505-547 T.vnptl 7nm.
    came and give the boys a wordf Its thoughtless; carefree magnificence Bide-. Jacksonville. P'lnridR." Order Of PublIcation. And NotIce,
    joints will just move ten feet bout eight/( monthll'and not able Attyn, for Plf. 1-14 4t 2-4 'r. Appear
    ; encouragement. that once Is lI'r'T.' ...... .
    cornea only to alt She OP .R.n. tot
    outside of the limits and doa up enjoys company
    city .,
    Mrs. Will Edward returned to A. Martin FoHter wh ne residence Where Your
    sadly delinquent. There are only however. In ('ircitlt Court l: Bradford County. in* Route 1, Uvalda. Cleorfflat Physician'sWishes
    hell of a business It will encourage Florida In Chunn-rv.
    Lawtey last Saturday after a visit two requisites (with the Grace. of Mr. Irene Urnwn: I'lulntlff.1 v... Ednarrtfirown You art required to appear on
    Felton
    of several her and of who Inconsiderate and Mrs. Graven and January II. 194'1. in the above named
    days with son God) necessary for human per those us are Defendant. Case Nix 7074. ,
    family, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ed. petuation. They are youth and enough that we don'tcare daughters of Lutz were visitors Order of Publication and Notice Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County

    wards, Jr., in Atlanta. education. Those secondary, things here Sunday. STATE ot.. Anprar FLORIDA tot Telegraph shall puhlleh this Order Become Realities
    whose mother, wife or children In next four wenkly limuea,
    .
    Mrs. Milliard of Rdwaril Brown, who rulel..nre
    e
    Broughton
    Mrs. George L. Futch Is visiting
    like love and religionwill Witness
    pleasure, hand anil
    sees us drunk just so ours lH.'t known IK Fullon.o.V;. York, my oftl"I..I..1at
    relatives in Palatka this week. naturally follow. The neglectof are not subjected to that Indignity. Gainesville were visiting her son ind whoM" 8,1 Dean Harley of Gainesville was and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fulton, S'. Y.: .
    Is the most SEAL)
    youth costly errora of the and <(< A. J. Thomas
    the weekend guest of his grand. community can make citizen Many of Lawtey past have present bought Carl Broughton, last weekend.Mr. frebruiirv You, are H.rt'aulrt'll. to In nopear the above on Crosby Aa Clerk, I). of C. mid Court.

    parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Har No better evidence can be found shine and red .whiskey illegally. and Mrs. Jake Starlingof named'htlntlff[ l Court necks and divorce cause end. no wherein other 'it.J C>.vo Frown, Starke, Florida..
    '..
    ley. Clearwater. were weekend visit relief. FrBnfnr.lrvmntv AU) for rif. 12-31 4t 1-ZI .
    of the lack of civic Interest in for a lifetime and we are going to here. r Telecraoh shall oubllah -

    AV: OPEN LETTER Lawtey than the moving of all continue doing so when we wantIt. ors :hl4 Order In next four weekly In Circuit Court. Bradford County
    TO OUR Driving beer out of town will lest !Pa. llorlilt: In C'hanrrrv.
    CITIZEN strawberry sales to the Starke J. II. !SLKRENCY; HONORED Witness mv hand! and official Ferd S. Ktiowlee, Jr., Plaintiff v<<.
    The town of has not help the matter. We have a neal at Stnrke, Florida, thin 12th of Frances. I* Knowles Defendant.Cape .
    Lawtey spoken ,' market. A few voices (very few) good a good council and J. H. Surrency was honored witha ,ranllA, rv. 1949.IOFFICIAL No. 1015.I .
    on a subject which was consideredof from Lawtey have been raised mayor birthday dinner on Sunday, January ( SKAI.: > A. :J. Thomas I Order of Publication anti Notice
    vital Import by a few. This I' In protest but to no avail. No r: believe a. good marshal): Beer 23, at his home In Graham. AH ."lerk. rf, nnid Court. tfi AnfMMirSTATE
    one
    n" ITavtAn r naK\r n Or OF K L.O R I D .\ : I
    can be Hold In Lawtey and con. ; ; : rp\'r
    I It was his 64th birthday: anniver .rob r Ii'J: MenderHon( Knq.:: St Auffletlne Frances /. Knnv. 'len, w hone '
    trolled at the same time. I truly I Florida.Attyn. dene let, Apartment A-605 Park-
    Ade..'!......... believe that the city fathers!. can sary.Those for I'lf. 1-14 4t 2-4 wood Manrtr Upper n..rb v, Pa.:
    and will do Just that. But to dorlve enjoying this event with Felirunrv;You: are|11th reaulred, l 11149) to In enDear the above on

    : Rom where I sit Joe > those who want it of nome- the honor guest were: Mrs.' Harry da Forest Service explained' the named Court: and cause wherein

    ; .. fy Marsh. thing that Is perfectly legal. Is \ttobley of Tampa Mr. and Mrs.J. purpose of he towers.

    not only arbitrary but despotic In- W. Surrency of Jacksonville,

    .... tolerance. It is driving a legal Mrs. Dan Good> Tampa, :Mrs. M. Live Robin Recuperates In ClassRoom I MARCIA JUNIOR

    business to other towns or depriving L. Burgess, Tampa, Mr. and Mrs I

    L I.; -:. \ Who's A this town, of a legal revenue A Padgett and, daughter of Hague Yes! a live robin Is recuperating BY LADY FAIR
    Foreigner? and merchants of business Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McKenzie from a broken wing In Mrs. Se- BEAUTY SHOP

    ""'" '..... ..... that comes from that element and baby of Jacksonville Mr. and ,well's class room! Roman Alvarez
    ,, .
    ... I / ., ,,-'ff.\t'-\ aA\ down
    I ) the robin
    r '. ,.. : '" which comes to town Saturdayfor Mrs. James W. Timber of Gainesville I and brought -
    ., .'Wat.. .
    '. a beer or two and to do a Mr. and Mrs H. C. Surrency, i him to Mrs. Sewell Monday morn-
    White I'm watting for a hair- on, "was to find freedom to do and little business Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Flake ''Ing. Since the class had been

    rot the other day, Slim Hartman think as they wanted to so long as This whole dissertation Is not Watson and sons and, W. C. Hur studying about births, he thoughtIt =. t
    didn't the of woud be nice for the other students f ....
    lets slip with a crack about those"foreigners" they tramp on rights Intended individual ton. -
    as personal or : i -
    \
    who live>, the depot. the other fellow." .,- .. criticism but Is Intended as constructive to see the bird and to helpIt "I.- I
    get well. The robin is In '.th 'CcS ? I
    "Now wait a minute, Slim," From where I sit,America became criticism. I have not Intentionally kept .
    a cage In the where the e- .- ,
    .room When physician decides certain drugs will
    naps Doc: Shernian.'Don'tforget the great land It I... today through offended anyone butt Brmlfortl your
    boys> and girls can watch Its
    nature -
    we're all 'foreigners' more or less. our being tolerant of different peo- l to the truth. I hope we are
    he writes but it takes
    bring It food and care for help you, a prescription .
    Some of our families have limply pie and different tasteswhetherbeen till frlenda, if not I am sorry, Hi Lites its wing.

    here longer than others. But it's a taste for square dancing or -F. R. Carradlne Several the skill and knowledge of an educated experienced
    of the students have
    even If they came over on the Mayflower waltzing radio or movies goats
    written poems about birds. Jacquelyn pharmacist to translate doctor's desires into
    your
    they were foreigners to the milk or a temperate glass of spar Land Transfers TORNADO TALES! Hobb. Ina Stern, Linda .

    Indians." kling beer. The Football Ban 1Uf't given by Bradley, Anita Stock and Constance health iving, disease fighting medicines. Therefore -

    Slim gets a little] red and you Louie Frances Rogerts and Ernest the Lion's Club the other night Jones are a few of these.
    171AO.
    Roberta cf Starke has solda the best in pharmaceutical service
    could see that Doc had him. "And 80e .n'\oIN was quite a success, but what Below-Is a poem that Jacquelyn you want
    Rd. 230 to
    plot and house on
    the reason they came here,"he goes Howard Stafford of Richmond banquet wouldn't be with luscious wrote. C ,ls jtiD.WIST .-and that is what we are prepared to offer.
    fried chicken? Coach Hobbs presented -
    Hill, N. Y. The ale was made the football letters to the TilE CARDINALI ".7 5, e.t tiet inc nrewer

    Copyright 1949, UI I.J Stat., B,...." .foundation through the B. A. Strout Agency. Funderburk ,
    A Team and Coach saw a little cardinal "It'i a ears curt l Var Sprint ... Prescriptions Called For & Delivered

    gave the B Team theirs. Coach Tin. In a hlv OAk tro.. tifflp7! let I 12 pcsj you."
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    Fuller, from the University of he was making rAnd a nest PHONE 53 /
    Florida was guest speaker. For
    his little
    ones of three.
    Francis Parkhurst finished his LADY FAIR' f EAUTY SHOP

    12 years of "hard labor" Wednesday And soon when he had finished, COMPLETE 8CAI>fV SERVICE
    ETZERJ'SUPER He sat up straight and tall, BV'KNICOPEWUORS, Koch
    but will not get his diploma Drug Store
    until June. And sang a song of happiness C>l.L1i; >,,AT lyilAOMC' : : I
    To his little ones so small. ,. 1-"ONtI-J.:
    Hear that Peggy,:: Tilley's birth-

    STORES. day party wns quite a success

    Saturday night It was a Kid Party -

    ome and of our you "UlfrniflcU should have Seniors.seen" lMOVED INTACT

    Madge Brownies won first prize TO YOUR LOT!

    "Where You Get The Most And The lies For The Least"WE for for the the boys.girls and Lyle Anderson .


    RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT: QUANTITIES invitations The Seniors and have will chosen order them their j II H 0 ME S //I 1.1

    Specials for Friday & Saturday, January 28 & 29 soon. Caps and gowns are already, I hi.. KITCH.'' BEDROOM' THIN 1,
    ia679 _5iit'HURRY"
    rdt'red. I A 8'-.7d!

    Noted. Carl Johns escorting


    Armour's LARD J J J 3 lb. c game Shirley Friday Shaw night.A to .the basketball LIVING ROOM D'OS BEDROOM M\

    PURE pkg. 4 9 taking few exams of the when Jr. and they Sr. were gills $ 7 1 0 ......... .5._,.,. 13'l'a \\ZT u ir7' 12'T


    upposcd to be exempt .. .. ".-. -"' ...

    What happened, girls? -,
    t.t
    SPORTS- ,. ; : i.,. Suggested floor Plan
    .
    Plantation OLEOMARGARINE lb. - 23c Well, as and an It la. Gainesville I ;. -

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    defeated Bradford A and B Bancetbnll '
    I
    --
    teams last Friday night; :

    The boys' B gume got off to a ,

    tine start, but the second, half was '

    BALTIMORE OYSTERS Pint 59cWestern a. hard-fought anti losing battle. ; I.

    The A team fought hard too :1.
    but with Frank Dryden out with ::1. : a

    'a bad ankle, the going was tough, fii}

    Reef lb. Meaty' lb. Every player played a hard game,

    but someone has to lone.' .-. ._-
    STEAK39cNECKBONES1OcMaxwell Hope to nee you all at the game -It.

    with Pnliitka Friday. It's goingto .": :, .
    "--
    be a good one.
    .
    .5
    -
    JUol.o<
    b' CHouse Mr. Nagle's/ Biology clas"es. pimlfn UP are able to "!""'.. this new l I..w price for "The

    COFFEE 49 accompanied by Mr. Fergusonand Ix-adrr" .l.-IUcrr.l INTACT: t.. .as'ct'asibl.aites In the Starke
    the Future Farmers of Amerla MANY OTHER MODELS
    tin ........ This sensatIonal new" arrangement moan that you
    went on a field trip. Wedneauy -
    can hasp a home of your own fIn jour lot for only $710.
    January 10. About four miles TO CHOOSE FROM

    from Stark on the Lake Butler "The Leader" is an eye-appealing, cozy little home that

    8 Oz. Tkff. Kellogg's' I Standard No. 2 Can Hoad. they were given a demon- is inexpensive: to furnish, easy to heat and economical Sample homes are now on display fof other models with
    tratlon on the of
    planting pine
    to The .
    Lerp up. quality of materials is unsurpassed because .
    trees by Mr. Jone and Mr. En- it hat been fabricated from SELECTED GOVERNMENT up to 11 SO square ftet of floor space, Inspect, them
    CORN FLAKES-1OcITOMATOES---lOc '
    singer. BUILDINGS which have been constructed to yourself and see. the quality, seasoned mare'rials which
    After the demonstration Fouler -
    a'ck home contains-!
    meet rigid Federal building standards.
    Shi Smith conducted theelus"s

    on a tour of his turpentine Exterior walls are of drop siding applied over f/t inch
    11 McCrath'sPORK
    Can
    VS&. c still. insulation and mounted on 2 x 4 stud 18 inches on BUILDING MATERIAL

    The fire tower was next visited, center. The roof is of 1 inch T&G applied on 2 x 8 rafters..

    & 5 where Mr. Cooper from the FlorlHKK The floor is of 1 inch T&G over" 2x8 joisM. A fresh Pr: .nd p.),,:. ,, Pluitrbriiy FfrJUffJ. "

    BEANS coat of paint fa applied" to the entire" building and Asuggested Electrical Fixtures.
    Artjc.Fans-
    I'S FOK floor plan furnished to guide you in complet.

    ing the interior.

    FEEDSIIAIWWAHEnOOFIXGIIAINTS \isit Camp Blanding today to see "The Leader" ," as SEASONED LUMBER

    Fancy Blue RoseRICE BANANAS Hell" as the entire street of model homes now on display.


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    FRIDAY ".\SI'AUIM9
    BRADFORD COC2TY TXXEGtLAril. ST.'RKF. FLORID\ P.\OK SEVKV: :
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    Methodist ChurchThe At The TabernacleThe Y. e I. a business trip to Jacksonville end" bullion. tn-wtt ( booth. and itt..".i'. Sod tk- of .".1..***

    Church News Wednesday.Mr.. tables 1 liar counter. It bar *...*..1.., known a* the nine: Bird.' In iitarke
    HeilbronnBy Brool\er I lp.rly willbe
    sermon subject for Sunday Bible Conference at the : *. Hamp Connelley of Ocala gra. drink Ice box: I National .n "x|I" mibjevt to lien the.r tt%
    morning at the 11 o'clock hour In Tabernacle: with CoL F. J. :Miles spent Saturday here with Mrs.Mattie ah n.I..I'. l I .lovtrtifan.. t i-of- of plaintiff. O. C=;; Blumer for an-
    Lout_ Norman By Mrs Paul Stewart h. urn 1 water .center. l .ltrl l pabi talmentii! maturing afterJan.
    the Methodist Church will\ be "A (International to the e. 14, In the ... .
    Presbyterian Church Secretary So well. )(n. Sowed ac- MhauHt fan. a.* stove and irrUI a r* at suns
    Directed Life. This will be the Slavic: Missionary Society-Head I :.V..r*. electric" cooler 1 retauranlotrio of tine plus Interest <''.'.0''. under
    her
    friend back .
    companied to
    .
    bus 1 letftrl cook .". contract" appearing a. Exhibit ft in
    Morning Worship 11 a.,tn. The last Fifth Sunday In than conference quarters In London), began withan PTA MEETINGThe : STORK SHOWER Ocala: for a visit. I hot water. heater, t l-compart- I Inn files of said "cau_.
    year and our special offering:, Inspirational talk to the Youth meet *.lnk t _,r.. urn I electric" .1 I A. J. Tb*.... Je* perUI ........
    theme of the pastor's sermon Is Heilbronn PTA met Wednesday Mrs. Donald Martin was"" honored Mrs. Ruby Walden and daughters .Ice boa t electric" drink bo--blu Hollla V, Knichf.. Ktark. Florida
    one of the miracles of which goes to the Children's Home Meeting Saturday night, but the by the VMS Wednesday afternoon of Wlldwootl spent the week and all bottle, pots pan, kitchen" Attorney for Plaintiff.. l-Jl It 1iOlOW
    Supply. needs night of last week In the
    to be than
    more just the opening service was held Sundayat
    Jan. 19. with a stork end here with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
    school
    Jesus supplied food for usual library with 12 parents
    many by offering 11 a.m. At the evening hour shower held In the Community Kelly. I

    using the lunch of a little boy. The Church School Slogan for there were several special musical and three was teachers presided pl'over ent by. Themeeting the Center. The building was beautifully Mrs. Estelte Ttlgham and son of tBpB y oreoEF) S\\\l1CE Phone 52Jlira
    Read the the Advance Is I numbers on the Vlbraharp. playedby
    complete story In St..John's "Every memberof President Mrs. Lois Moore. Main decorated with white gladioli Gainesville were guests of her llartmann
    the church Mr. De-Hart, a New Jersey we vre .rear
    a member of the and
    yellow
    gospel chapter six. discussion of the evening was a chrysanthemumaand parents Mr. and Mrs Sam Mott.
    Church School." guest at Park-of-the-Palms. There
    The
    Sunday the honoree
    Sunday School 9:43: : a.m. canning project for the cafeteria was presentedwith Tuesday. i
    Bring I school which begins at 9:45: : each was also a solo sung by Gordon a corsage! of pink camellias.Mr I
    the children to the classes and Mrs. Cook principal of the MUM Ivaruae Lewis and
    suited U Purdy who led the Congregational
    Sunday needs
    morning ;your sup school made J. 'V. Thomas presented a Harrell ",
    talk Guy and
    an Interesting daughter "
    to the age of your child and Join singing. Col. Miles' message TRANSFER AND
    port.The "SALVA. on varieties and quantities of program after which Mrs. Martin shopping In Gainesville 'MrS'1 Re B. ALVAREZ & SON
    was a mighty one on
    with the adults
    the International In the study of subject of the message for TION"; The evening Congregation food to be canned. At the close I opened! her many lovely gifts. afternoon. STORAGE CO.

    lesson on the Sunday night at the 7:30: hour of the meeting refreshments were"' I Delicious refreshments were Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of'
    life of Christ which was augmented by group .
    church. meets In the will be "The Christian World from Palatka. Parkof-the-Palms, served by Mr. J. C. Sapp and Mrs. served by the hote..s e New River and Mrs. Rosa Pin- ciO We operate local!

    Prayer View". "Lift up your eyes and and the Salvation Army Camp. I Lois Moore. served by the hostesses to the 43 holster of Brooker were shopping 1 dt lllw y tt bag. dtotauM
    meeting each Wednesday look on the fields; for they are The Monday evening message guests who enjoyed this affair In Gainesville Monday afternoon.Mr. tFM.h1i. p
    I Mr. and Mrs.
    W. C. demons t
    evening at 7:30: In the chapel. white already to harvest." with the honoree.UTKST kMOW anywhere !I. ..s.t .
    Church delivered by Dr. Miles In this were visiting In Ruskin last week. and Mrs. Dave Shaw and W
    choir rehearsal Wednesday Come and let us worship toge- series of special meetings, was on ).[1'. and Mrs. John Shaw of La- '
    7 I : SI'KAKERS # 4 EXCELLENTSTORAGE:
    p.m.Junior ther "The true worshippers shall the subject "The Three Soli' end.Mr. Cross were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
    choir Thursday afternoon worship the Father In spirit and tudes", and was very deftly and Mrs. J. S. Sapp attended Guest speakers for Sunday January Tim Mann Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
    at 3:30. services at Rock Church 30 In the Brooker Baptist
    : In truth. handled by the speaker.
    last M. F. Union of Starke was
    Friday. Jan. 28 at 7:30: p.m. Last Friday night Layman FredB. Sunday. Church will be Barney Andrews the guest of her mother, Mr. Lll- 4 FACILITIES
    CHURCH OF GOD Cowell. of Culpeper Va., filled Mrs. Mayo from the Hone Mission for the 11 a. m ...service and Jim
    the Adult Bible Class will lie Cone, Saturday afternoon.
    meet Far
    Agents
    his appointment, bringing an illustrated Board, made a very! InterestIng my Sibole for the 7:30: p. m. ser -

    at the home of our teacher Mr. 8th &: St. Clair Sta. chalk-talk Vm the "Two talk at the Corinth Church mon. Roth! are students of the DclcherBros. ,
    Turney, at State Farms for the Rev. L. S. Williams, Faster Classes of People". Sunday. She also showed some nat In Lakeland and the public I.l See us first

    monthly business meeting and so- Sunday School 10 a.m. This week the Youth Meeting very Interesting pictures at the Invited to come out and hear Lake Geneva .

    cial. Cars are provided for all who Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Saturday night will be a Temperance home of T. N. ;Norman where she them.
    Sunday Evening Service 7 spent Saturday night.
    p.m. .
    can attend and will meet ..t the Program.A UM-4 TO MEET: Ry Blanch Cunningham.
    Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7 p.m. "Sawchestra" has been or Mrs. Annie demons who has -
    church at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p.m. I ganized and has made Its "De- been visiting relatives In this sec The regular. business. and pro- .. .

    S but". You Invited hear this lion. returned cram meeting of the WMS will\ Mrs. T. M. Flnley Mrs. Wm.
    to to her
    home In
    '------------ ,. J--. .. .. _,_ u II. are
    musical Innovation. Miami last Friday and was ac- be held at the church Wednesday Wagner and Mrs L. N Wagner

    FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE companied home by Mrs. John afternoon February 2. All members were Palatka callers last week.

    Baptist Church demons. are urged to attend. I' Mr. and Mrs. Trafford Conradof

    t' ".. The Heart of Town AAd la The U*rte Mrs. Earl Willis of Alarhua and ; the Lancaster home of Mr Ohio. Ida are Gentry guetta and In
    Again Sunday morning the Pastor Mrs. J. K. Douglas of Starke I r
    of The People"A of the First Baptist Church, New visited friends here Wednesday.. I daughter, Kollian.
    will bring a message on the topic RiverAND afternoon. Starke visitors Tuesday were
    "The World This : :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe. Mrs.
    Today" Sunday
    Southern
    Buptlit Church For All People
    LONG BRIDGEBy Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Martin and
    at 11 the sermon will be "Let'sLook Arnold Carlson Mrs. Blanche
    at the Bible" This series Mr. *.. E. A.. Sapp children of Lake Wales were week Cunningham and sons, Richardand i I ,,4vtt dffm7i

    Sunday School, 9:43: Trailing Unions e:1S brings up to date the events of .- -. .- -- -. -. .- end guests of Rev. and Mrs. Donald Warren. I I \

    Morning Worship Evening Hour 7SO the day as related to prophecy 'Mrs. W. B. Glass a Martin. T M. Finley spent Tuesday In
    missionary We are sorry to report that Mrs.
    11:00 Wed. Mld-Week Service 7:3 In the Bible. The choir will be from China, will", \ speak at the Willie\ Robinson Is 111 In the AUrhua Jacksonville.Mrs. .
    directed by Mrs. Ethel Biggs and New River Baptist Church torUlo'tht. County no.pltal. We wish J. Boezer and son, Louill.aD,1 ,
    Mrs. Mona Canova will be at the Every one la Invited to Miss Lillian Gentry were call-
    her a speedy recovery.
    Ing on Mr. and Mrs. J. Lorcntaen
    Morning;: "THE WOULD TODAY" organ. come. Mr. children
    and Mrs. C. Tyler and at Orange Park last week The
    Sunday Evening: at 7:30: the Mrs. Anita Moody of Lakeland of Palatka spent Sunday with
    Evening;: "WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE DEVIL?" Lorentsens were former residents
    Pastor will bring the second In visited Mrs. Fronio Moody over :Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge. here. *

    the series of messages on Satin. the weekend.Mr. ,
    -- Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and Mrs. T. M. Finley and Mrs.
    The subject "What Do You Think and Mrs. Wayne! Hazen daughter of Linden were visitingMr. Leonard llamm those
    "Visit The Church With The Visiting Pantor" ; were among
    of the Devil.. ? In the light of the
    and slater : and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Thursday
    Joan of Jacksonville\ In the
    attending a Stanley party
    ... ..... ... Indifference and worldhness pre
    . ers --- --- - spent Friday night/ and Saturdaywith and Friday. home of Mrs. Freeman Hall at ANNOUNCINGOUR
    valent today It Is well to know their grandparents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hodge of McRae last. week
    more of the adversary of God who Mrs. G. W. Andrews.Mr. Newberry were visitors here, Sat

    w + creates desires to disobey God. and Mrs. Jay Moody visited urday. la .a.. rlrrolt Court of tlrna'Cord. THANKS !
    During the Happy Hour. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter are < era:. Klorlilal. In "'hancerirIf
    Morse will be at the piano with Moody'a mother Mrs. Ada is IMnmer. I'lMlntlft. v.. Qua
    Kelley of Ralford Sunday after visiting Mrs. Baxter's parents. Mr. ChaliA. *. I'cfonitiint Eorsclo.urs of
    Mrs. Mann at the Hammond for and Mrs. Johnny Lewis, In Jack. l.lirll. Cane No. 615!.
    \'EH.n'uF. MIGHTY
    : GRATEFUL: to folks for
    the request period of congregational noon.Mr. <\_fl... Ot 1.1!. you
    sonville. M1'II. Lewis Is 111. I
    singing. I and Mrs. Wesley Johns of T..k" nolle that under' nml In aecorilaino helping to make our FIRST YEAR; such a successfulone
    Rev. J. L. Willis of Palatka. : with ''h.u rvrlKln. Klnal ". )
    Sunday School meets at 9:43In : : Hampton visited their mother held regular services at the rroo of K'lroclomirn an seats rendered !
    .
    Mrs. Belle Johns last r In ll b" almvo entitled ritun
    regular buildings and will not Saturday. Church of God Saturday, and Sun the underpinned Hi'eclnl' Mntrwill WE PROMISE: to serve you bigger and better in every
    be hampered by the relocation Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and sell to the ItlffhtKt Milder fur o*.hat
    day.T. the Mntith front lrmr .'f the County way with each succeeding year as we ourselves grow
    of one of the rooms due to the family of Starke were dinner M. Hodge and sons. of Archer l'uurlhmi.e In Htarke, Florid* We invite
    with to all
    guests of Mr. and ) of ale on progress. you bring your repair,
    building program. Training Un- Mrs. Chester! were guests of relatives here Sun- Aerate th legs hour
    Mi lny, T, IKtJ, III following and building problems to matter
    Andrews >l' February remodeling us no
    ions gather at 6:13: In Sunday. : :
    JIk : various age groups Including adults. I Mrs. Dick Carroll and childrenof day.Mrs.. N. a. Stoken spent last how large or small they may be. Friendly courtesy and

    Mid-week\ service Is held Wednesday Jacksonville Is visiting Mr. and week with her lion.In-law and quality materials I lead to your satisfaction here.

    l at 7:13: : with the Pastor Mrs. Ira Merritt this week. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Sanford (Beware Coughs

    1 y ? rwx', 3 bringing the second message on Mr. and Mrs_Reddish Andrews Hicks of Starke. '

    Baptists and their work aroundthe pent Sunday afternoon visiting Tom Markey and Tom Stewart 'From Common Colds STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

    world 1 through the cooperative with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roberts 'were in Lake Butler Friday aft-

    program.A and family of Lake Butler. ernoon. That HANG ONCreomulsioarelievnprompdybec.use PHONE .15 ACROSS FROM S.A.L. DEPOT

    cordial Invitation Is extended Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cook of ,, Mr. and Mrs. Rural Dukes end
    to resident family of Dukes visited here Sun the of the troUble ST.ltKln.OIUIM:
    and visitor alike to Gainesville visited their aunt Miss I it gar right 10 Kit
    USE OUR} PURE, FRESH worship at any or all of these Ida Merritt Saturday and Sunday. day.Mr.' to help loosen and ape> germ laden I '

    services. and Mrs. Abe Crosby anti,! phlegm and all! nature lo oolh end S .. .. .. .. .
    Seeber -- -
    DAIRY PRODUCTS FOR COOKING Moody and Marklee va Gainey of Jacksonville. attended heal raw tender {InfUmtJ --
    Moody visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom : services at the Rock Primitive mucous siembranet/Tcll your broachid\/ \
    Christian ChurchFriday Hodge! of Archer Tuesday.Mrs. Baptist Church last Sun- to sell you a bottle of
    a GUSTAFSON'S dairy products are perfect aids Ann Bowman of Lacy with the undemanding you .
    afternoon 3:30: o'clock. day.Mr. the It qukldy aUlyl the cough/
    to The vitamins and way
    cooking. minerals
    so Springs Ala. has been .
    visiting : and Mrs. J W. Thomas" hal' have b.ck.
    Children's Hour. All children Invited or end are to your money
    essential to your daily diet are abundantand Come what her niece Mrs. Henry Gibson for all their guests Saturday Mr. and

    the full, natural, farm-fresh flavor adds might like It.see happens. You the past month. Vim. Billy\ Crosby of Newberry.Mr. CREOMULSIONt

    goodness to everything you cook. Let us keep Mrs. George Green of Lake City and, Mrs. Earl Green made (t Coughi.Chejt Colds,B ranch)til ,
    Friday at 7:30 the
    night CYF of
    :
    you supplied with wholesome milk. visited her sister Mrs. Bculah .
    the Christian Church at Hampton
    Mae Moody Sunday
    will visit church and will put
    TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT on a program slur for the young penple. Mr. and Mrs Hubert Rouse

    FOR DELIVERY.'GUSTAFSON'S All young people are invited,i and \daughter, Jackie of Tampa "CHOOSING A BRIDE"AT
    was visiting\ with relatives Mr.
    to attend. We are sure you will I
    enjoy the and the fellow- and Mrs Lester Johns Mr. and
    DAIRY ship we have program together.The Mrs. L. L. Johns and Pledger 7:30 P. M. B. T. U. AT 6:30 P. M.

    Convention of the Christian Johns and, family Saturday night

    PIIO E 2312 __ Churches.of Bradford County will and Sunday. -

    Green Cove Springs, Florida convene with the Starke church Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Troy

    SERVING STARKE DAILYStarling's Sunday Jan. 30, at 10 a.m. Rev. I, Duke Sunday were Mr, and Mrs. Sunday, 11:00 A. M. Guest Speaker

    Fred Dodd Is chairman and C. W. : Eulas I ides and Mr. Bill Dukes '
    : of HI:\ :MALCOM\ HlITIIrmor: Of Coal"First ;
    Colson Kong leader. The following Jacksonville.Mr. .

    '" .- program will be carried out I and Mrs. Pete Yarbough I Church
    .. ,,-. 10 a.m., Song Prayer: service: : of Ralford were! visiting Mr. Mar Baptist Hampton

    10:43.: : welcome by W M. Edwards Ion
    Moody Sunday.Mrs. lA1ES
    Hible School, lOa. m. Sunday Rob Gray; ,. Pastor
    Claude .
    response by May; 11 Elizabeth Wester of Lake

    Grocery o'clock sermon by W. C. Burton; Butler visiting her gmnddaugh.tcr E1GURE.S
    11:15: Communion: 12:15: : basket Mra. Seeber Moody this week.

    dinner. Mrs. Thelma Merritt Is sick '
    STARKE PLORiDA 2:11: : Song &: Prayer Service; this week with an Infected leg. -- )

    2:30 Fred: Roll Dodd.Call; 2:35: sermon by We all wish\ her a speedy recovery. .e- w..v,,..., ., 'I 1i R ICI

    SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JAN. 28 & 29 C
    7:30: p.m., sermon by J. B. New River
    Dixon: "Christ or Nothing". Baptist

    Sunday afernoon at 4 o'clock Mrs. ...... B. Glass retired mlsslonary :.; c'' c- 1 s. I :

    there will be a baptism In Hamp to China Mill be the guest :au1 ::) ; ) : /
    Sugar 5 lb. 29c ton Lake. speaker at the New River Missionary tti I I t
    Monday night Jan. 31, at 8p.m. Baptist Church Friday I A I
    the Revival will begin with V tI tfir" ti ti t
    night/ Jan. 23 at 7:30: o'clock. I
    Rev. Homer Swlndall In chargeof Mrs. Glass was the first trained


    CA ISUP, 14 oz. Del Monte 15c I great the Come revival.services.help us make ths a na nurse venslon by missionary the and Southern she \la ever sure Baptist sent to to bring Con-Chi- i I n}, 7 P HOUSE' HEATING t!


    an Inspiring message to those who
    St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. hear her tonight. .
    ( .1.1w"r

    SARDINES, per can - _9c B. E. Simmons, B.D., Vicar the Rev church Truby, extends Farrlxh a,cordial pastor Invitation of- n i .iG /

    T Scenes Friday from Jan.Great 28, 8 Plays"p.m.:. "Great to the public to attend fir' seWnr near

    I Sunday Jan. 31, 10 a.m.: Church CONREIATiON.tLMETH0U19'r

    School. Nursery and Kindergarten CHURCH cif a9r
    NECK BONES lb. lOc % as

    mary.Department Junior In Pariah and Intermediate House. Pri Services every Saturday night IT'S A FACT I

    departments In the Church. 11 a. Sunday morning and Sunday night,
    m.: Morning Prayer &: Sermon.An 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational CLEAN CLOTHES LAST LONGERTo as last qearf
    (
    offering will be taken for the Methodist Church on
    Brownies Road. Rev, J. W. Grtffls. .
    CHUCK ROAST lb. '. 39c furthering of theological education Pastor. get maximum wear out of your clothes
    In
    Monday the Church.Feb. l: 7:30 p m. let us! dry clean them regularly. Our thoroughbut it's economical, clean, safel!

    : motcii OF CHRISTBibLe / gentle cleaning restore! the original new-
    Monthly meeting of the Woman'sAuxiliary dealer has of
    your plenty
    in the new Our service Ls fast, our work in! dependable -
    Parish House. School 10 a.m. Sunday and prices reasonable. Call us latest models to fit every
    The Church Is for our are :
    POTATOES 5 Ibs. open dally Church Service Ham.
    21c
    Sunday
    prayer and meditation. at 135: today. home and budget!
    Evening Service 7:43: p.m. Sunday
    < it will fake only minutes to
    PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
    Bible Study la every Wednesday end winter discomfort!
    10th St. wad Temple Ave. at 7:45: PHONE 135

    BACON Marion Sliced lb. 39c Sunday School 9:49 a. m.l: Morn ROOT.GREEN. 315:
    Ing Worship 11 a. m.rangella; : MI l d SEE YOUR DEALER OR CALL US!

    tic welcome Services 7OO p. m. Everyone 1.OS: Owner 9J% :;::1 Tempi ATC.STARKE. .' I ;


    BEANS, Great Northern, lb. 9c .CATHOLIC CflUBCn T101IU PDIi61" ::68r t COMMIT

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    Sunday Man. 10 .I'll. e666.Nee ,.
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    Sunday School 11 a.m. I FLA. J
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    I TAE KlflllT: BRADFORD COL'XTV TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
    ------ V-- -V -V- Fit IDA". JANUARY 28, 1019
    I -- -V.-----
    Get Shine .. I A. D.. 194!). 1
    Penney Farms Police I i laauefl.Wltneaa. ;;
    1
    I Carl Johns. City Clerk., mv hand. and official peal I nv Have Ar9 ? fir! tfd Co rt.
    Unique Colony U. V. Alvarez Chief : VV : ,'" The above and f..iegibng ordinance, at Starke, Florida thla January 6, '1'. F.ank nrrurn. bbarl.. .. Florida,
    Deputy 'i. wan received .
    by and
    me approved
    | ny
    .. 1941)
    Starke Atty. fur I'le. 1-14
    .
    V 4t 2-..
    Sheriff P. D. .. 'I. .' 't : mv on this, the loth day of Janu (OFFICIAL, SE\t.) A..T. Thomas
    To Be ExpandedConstruction Ebb Thornton and V : ary, A. r>., 194t. I -
    .
    U : Aa Clerk of said Cou.t."y
    b\\
    Reddtah found six empty S-gnllon : bI J. I'. HubertMayor. of the City ITaven Cronliy D. ('. lu Circuit. Court. Hrailford County.
    work Involving an .; :' of HtHrke. 1-2J tt 2-4 'l'. Frank T.nnclrum, Starke. Fla, Florida, la fkaurery.itodney .
    and half full of moonshine Baptists t I. l.lchtenhan, ..
    jugs one : : Attya. for Plf. 1-7 4t 128fn P'"lntlfrJ "
    I outlay of nearly $750,000 will soon : %.>tlinf Npe.-lal' >lnm..'.. ,Cal.! Blanche C. Llchtenhan, Det...,,,,,,,!.
    In back of Sam Bennett's Notice IH hereby given I that under. : -- Cane No. 709
    be under way at the Penney '. ; and by virtue nf a Final 1>..... Circuit Court. Bradford County. Order .( Pukllratlan and :*;otlr.. to
    hou," e near the old ball park In Make' made and entered. on the 19th Florida' Apr
    Farms Home Community area In Bennett of January, A. n., 1949 by .1' Jullua& Jan..lc..I.I..ln'ltr.: In C'hancorv. va. Marian STATE or rLOfllThA tot
    Reno night. ;
    Saturday
    Honorablo
    John A. H. Murphree Blanche'' C. Llchtenhan, whose
    If realdence
    order to accommodate an additional Janoaek Defendant. Case No.
    released $200 cash bond. I Judire of the Circuit Court, In i 7077. and address IH: &D-A Mont
    120 residents, according to was on I A Start i for Pradforrt County. In Order of Publication and Notice Komery Street Puughkeepale. New
    In favor
    of
    '
    a new story in the current Issue The Saturday previous to that I t plaintiff and lnabell\ ,C'hancerY'j to A"rM. York: .. -
    aicalnxt .
    | You are required t appear on
    of the Clay County CreHcent. they found a gallon and a halt tic Dlnplaya. ', Inc., a .. ..STATE II Jani ornDA>seK, asioso realdettceand to! February 2m 1R49, In the above
    iranlxed and existing .. named Court and ciiuaa wherein'
    The Penney Farms community. of shine in William Prlngle'shouse. TowardModern of the $tate of Florida, as Avenue addreaH, Bronx,I.,:New liT:York Kant: Tremoilt plaintiff' peek dlv..,"". Bradford
    located about 15 miles east of ) ants the linderHlfrned an You County Telegraph.. ehilll publish thlaOrder
    also released are reomlrert to enDear on
    Prlngle was Mnnter In
    Chancery, will
    In next four weekly' IHHUHK.Itnena .
    February 14lh 1P49. In the above
    Starke on Highway 18 Is one of on $200 bond. iile and veil. to the hlithet dPt..n".1 I named Court and cause whereinplaintiff \ my hand and official. aeatat
    the most distinctive communities i for cash before the South SeekS divorce. Brail ford Htnrke, Florida, tills January.
    Door of the ,
    Court Houna at V
    in the United States. It was Chief Thornton took Clyde Bhof- : County Telerraoh shall oubllsh lio 1949.t'FP'tCtAL
    ,
    Florida
    H/ailforil County
    /,1 : between
    :
    I Order weekly ( SEAL! ) A. 3. Thomas
    In next four ,
    founded by J. C. Penney. famous fer's driver's license Sunday for + ':- --" the. legal hourH of vale on Monday, I this I Aa Clerk of said Court.. ;
    Church .::: : :;': ':' .... February 71 h. 1949. nil of the ..,11-
    ; Witness mv hand and official Haven CroKhy, P. C
    chain store merchant who. being his while Intoxicated. -I ity. riKht! title and I
    operating car i Interest ofthepaUI ... .
    ,, seal at Htnrke, Florida, uiia January I"V R. }JP". 204-nS Guaranty.
    the son of a minister, knew something Shoffer la still In jail pending JiI' ,> ,.1<- j.t lowing defendant described' In nnd to* the fol 11. 1141. '. nldg., Jacksonville. Florida
    i" .. property Hltuate,
    of the privations which bo- I' his posting of $100 bond. Plant '" lylnK and. belnoIn.' Ilrailfurd Juun- OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .. for Pit. 1-21 4t 2-11

    fall aged preachers and their families ._ : ', '" ty, Florida to-wlt

    \ when in retirement and dependent Three minors .were arrested last /;; : s.A} i .; t'. All of I I'o' stork Plaotlo and equipment lnplaya: ,

    upon inadequate pensions. week by the city police for entering I no.TV TheAIRPARKCAFETERIA

    He established Ideal accomoda- and taking articles from Quigley ..."' ''' ....._",.._ ''',...,. ".,. ... .', '.<. . ,.... ., .. Chancery.Jnhn( U Patten. An Sperlal Mauler In AT TilE
    & Davis, the armory, and the .TV Hendornon. St AllKllfitlne,, ,
    .
    tlons for them In
    a colony Flnrlda' ,
    Hans Walker home. Judge Perry- Attorney for Plaintiff.
    beautiful buildings In a man stated that they were later A group of church leaders met with the building of the Educational much to relieve the overcrowded 1-28 lit 2-11 FLORIDA AVIATION ACADEMY

    area where, at the present Ofl released because of "no charge". at the First Baptist Church Mon- "L"-the portion of the conditions existing now In the '
    In Circuit HEIGHTS
    around 100( retired ministers Coorf. Bradford County, KT. 100 NE.Ut KEYSTONE
    day morning at 0'I3: o'clock to building shown at left In above Sunday School and which were Klitrldai lej Chaaverr.1'Mlth .
    their wives are living. A drawing. The erection of the auditorium : heady Houtar Plaintiff. V*.
    only slighly remedied addition
    the
    dedicate the ground to the Lord by Wllllain Wallace !Uoutar: LieCendunt> INVITES;; YOU
    The Green Cove newspaper reports (at right) will follow the of three temporary buildings ('"..e No.. 7083.
    that the new constructionwill W.C.T.U. and also to turn the first spade completion of the west and north during the last four years. Order ft' Puklleatlon and '"'Nolle I. TO VISIT THE AIRPARK
    ...
    be 300x60 feet, arranged of dirt of the new educational wings now In process of building. Members of the First Baptist William App.' Wallace tlleile Houtar of, Florida whoHtt re Iv.. AND ENJOY

    around an enclosed park area, building, one unit of the proposed During the past week one of Church have. long looked forwardto Idence IM unknown:
    THE .rSTIILYIEETISU! OF edifice You art required to appear on Their Fine Wholesome Foods
    for In comfort the construction pictured in architect'sdrawing the
    lounging
    ; emergencyq annexes and the the day when the plans for a February 7th, 1949.In the above ,
    program contemplates TilE LAURA SCOTT! W. C. T. above. Junior Department wing have suitable house of worship would named Court and cause, wherein

    'I hospital facilities for eight or ten tJ.'rl.l.. HE HELD AT. THE After a delay< of four years, occasioned been moved to a lot north of the become a tuality. It Is due to the care plaintiff, cuntodv neckS&divorce control &of sole the three keep Breakfast Flight from Jacksonville

    beds, a doctor's office nurse's office HOWE OF MRS. JF.NNIE by material shortages I[church. Actual construction should persistent work constant minor children. Bradford
    prayers.and
    and cafeteria. TIIOKNCJt'KMT< 0 NoIOUTII/ and other unpredictable hindrances be under way by Feb. 1, with the regular gifts by the membership County thin Order Telegraph In next shall four publlHh weekly Will Put On Ii FREE AIR

    Members of the Penney Farms THOMPSON STREET! FRIDAY the Church in conference recently -! foundation being laid this week. I that these plans are now be- iHPtierf.WltneKs. ..
    mv hand and official Real SHOW SUNDAY
    38th, AT S O'CLOCK. WITH
    colony are frequent visitors to 111&1'4.IADLE! MKRHEKAU CO decided to proceed at once The completion of the L .will do ginning to be realized. II I ::4.r.tarke. Florida, this January 3.

    Starke, coming here to shop and IIOSTKS.S.EXCELLENCE. -I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..T. Thomas Slarke Aviators and Planes Welcome
    attend church services and other i An Clerk of said Court.
    I II I
    events. Clay Electric Co-op JOHNNY STARTED By Haven Croiiby t>. C.
    Charlei R. H...", 204-0(1' ( Guaranty
    PAGES FROM TO SCHOOL THIS FALL I I
    Has Huge CrowdAt Life Itlda-, Jackionvllle, Florida,
    I Attys. for( Plf. 1-7 4t 1-28
    Annual OUR PAST We have the following letter

    MeetingThe '1 sent to us by a Detroit school I.n"CIrcuit.I In Coart.Chanrrrjr.John llradfard. County,

    Clay Elnctrlc Cooperative, 28 YEARS AGO teacher, written by a Detroit Plnkney RelnhDrdt. Plaintiff

    Inc., held its! largest and most sueCfRHful -I (From the Jan. 28, 1023, Issue mother. The Teacher thought It vi. I.oul.ie. Cans Mambrlck No. 7065.Reinhardt Defendant.

    annual meetingat theWoman's of The Bradford Telegraph was good we might like to use It, Order of Publication and Notice t. OUR APPOINTMENT AS
    County .
    *
    Appear. tnt off Florida toil.oulfte
    and she
    could add lot
    saya a
    Club In more .
    Keystone ). Hambrlck Helnhardt, whop
    Heights on Thursday January 20. of the "extra curricular activities" residence. lent known la Charlotte, STROMBERG-CARLSON RADIO
    The Protestant Brotherhood North Carolina:
    that the author
    Around 2000: forgot./ People In
    of the Cooperativem..mb..r You are required to appear on
    "royally" entertained their families DEALER IN STARKE
    were to the country who think their chil- February 7th 1849, In the above
    present enjoy and guests Tuesday eveningat named Court and cause, wherein.
    dien
    have too much to do
    'and economy of management make upa the events of the day which Included the may plaintiff weeks divorce. Bradford
    Woman's Club House. Tho
    electrical demonstrations! like It too: County Telegraph ahall publlnhthla They May Be Seen In Our Show-
    primary quality of our Service which Brotherhood has 81 members, and Order., In next, four weekly
    by Ray'Pettls of the Extension II. H. Young Is the president. N. "My little Johnny started to I i iBNiieif.Wltnem, Room Today!

    la dedicated to the affairs and needs of Dept., University of Florida; music B. Hull Is school this fall and he seems to my hand and official neat
    the secretary J.t.! at marks Florida, this January 5th.
    bereavement. and entertainment by Toby Dowdy Mitchell tho tteasurer. and Rev be getting along fine. The schools 1444 STROMDERG CARLSON RADIOS
    and his Hi-Pointers acrobatic have so much to do nowadays thatit (OFFICIAl SEAt.) A..1. Thomas
    ; T. J. Hedges/ the chaplain. At the A. Clerk of said' Court RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS and TELEVISION
    dancing and a barbecue luncheon. I I party, the Brotherhood Glee Club Is doubtful If he will have time By Haven Croiiby, D. C.
    to learn John J. Henderson, St. Augustine
    anything. If we con keep
    Main speaker of the day was sang "My Bonnie Lies Over TheOcean" Florid'
    DeWITT C. JONES H. O. Clayton director of the and "Massa's in the Cold, his dues paid his war stamps AUYII. for Plf. 1-7 4t t-ll CHAS. C. SHEPHERDCourt
    bought his
    Immunization cards
    University Extension Service, and Cold Ground." Some of the members -V his birth In rirrnlt C'n.-; nrndford Connty.Florida &: Madison St. Starko, Fla.

    _ Phone 1 Starke, Fla. __ others heard from Included Rev. who rendered the songs were certificate record his his subscriptionto tooth extraction Kr'hn) In, rttnneery.Max Plaintiff.. v... EllpabetbKrebi

    Ted Jennings of Hawthorne and Messrs. S. E. Rltch, J. W. Morgan Defendant. Ca. No. 7144.
    Funeral Director Ambulance Service H. M. Hendee of .the General E. M. Davis, R. A. Green J. school papers, his nutritutlon order of Publication and Motive tetppenr. 4
    graph his bowel movements his State of Florida toiKllnabelh
    Our local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and Electric Co. Daugherty. A. O. Andreu and milk order all lined and Krebii, whose. residence
    The annual reports showed the T. N. Kendrick. up keep and address Is: Ellnaheth! Krebs
    services not otherwise available him up with teacher's report on Vienna. 21 Sine Oasse, Vienna Au.

    during progress the and past splendid year and record outlined made Little Miss Mary Eloise Ritch his ear and eye test his weight tria You, are required to appear or Buy A New Battery
    .
    " I the celebrated her birthday anniversary and height; charts his periodic February 7th. 1949! in the above

    We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and O. (plans Pat) Loudon for the'coming, manager year.of the A. by giving a party Thursdayat examinations, I. Q. tests, attend- named plaintiff Court.....k. and divorce cause, Bradford wherein. ,

    the home of her parents, Mr. ance records excuse for absence Countv Telegraph ahull pnhtlnh
    I accept AN IT life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY
    Cooperative.. gave an interesting and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. "The little this Order In next four weekly .
    company as payment la part or In full on a funeral. or tardiness complicated rules for
    report showing progress In all dapartments guests spent such a happy afternoon fire drills Junior Red Cross arid Now!
    L Cons ltatlon carries no obligation. ; Increases in line mileage that when they departed they
    number of consumers, and Community Chest paid, attend APPLIANCES: .
    wished Elotse's birthday came the P. T. A. meetings help with .
    revenue. He emphasized his de. quarterly instead of "
    I yearly.
    paper and scrap drives T. B.
    sire for 100 percent rural electrification And Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover Commercial Dcmeatlo
    drives, Easter Sales, March of MnGW
    and eald that everyone entertained a few friends $4 Allowance
    who had made Friday Dimes. help him step on his tin
    application for serVice S.LEssIR'lCLKEYSTONE:
    evening by giving a 800 party. cans, limit all his outside activities

    would receive it as soon as Present were Mr. and Mrs. O. M. that Interfere with his schoolwork ON YOUR V

    possible. : Inman, Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
    Stump then I think we ought to
    l Eight of the nine directors were and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davlll.I .- be well satislrled without layingon SERVICE Inc. OLD BATTERY
    re-elncted as follows: S. Bryan I Personals: ,
    the schools the additional .
    Jennings. C. H. Price, H. H. Sur- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, of burden of gIvingmy Johnny an KHIXTOMHF.uirr: <*. F'.,. '

    rency, \V. J. Whltehurst. L. L. Savannah. Ga., have purchased education. Phone U We Solicit Your

    Conner D. H. Dukes, Hicks Griffin property here from G. M.
    Inman (Signed) A MOTHERThe
    and C. N. Smith. Sam Bule I agent for E. A. Strout. Signal .. I.. V. UllaniMon RrprewentatlteHELP Body & FenderWORK e

    of District 9 retired from the The canning factory has been .

    Board and W. C. Lindsey was repaired supplied with a new roof. .
    elected In his place.At and painted. Jr. Club NoticeThe

    the meeting of the Board YOURSELF
    held Miss Hilda Strutti gave a linen Junior Woman's Club will Charcoal
    Immediately after election of
    Western Auto's directors the officers of the Board shower yesterday afternoon In hold its next regular meeting Wouldn't you like t.. settle) -V.- In 20lb. nags

    were re-elected as follows: Sur- honor of Miss Nelle Roberts, Thursday evening. Feb. 3 at 7:00: ''dim In. a job that really means J $1.50
    whose marriage to J. W. Andrews o'clock at the Club Building. The I
    rency. president; Whitehurst.vlceprt'sldelt something sue far ax your future -
    ,
    TIRE & TUBE DEAL! ; Griffin, secretary; Feb. 7th., Jr., will be an event of meeting Is called early so that Is concerned? AllY ambitious -

    1 and Jennings treasurer.Cattlemen members wishing to attend the young man wouM. Here's '
    The Bradford High School now Rotary "Womanlesa Wedding" at
    howl i simply take full ad\an-, :
    FIRST LINE has 366 pupils, and each week 8:00: may do so. tage of the splendid upportunl- Ammonium

    SAFETY Tire Voice there are new pupils enrolled. The Hostesses for (lhe evening will tire efferent in the bAll ..
    Davis GRIP ROTH FOR school Is in flourishing condition. now being .:;:: Sulphate
    tOOsI6Siz. Opposition To 21 YEARS AGO be Mrs. Eddie Hartmann chairman new U. S. Army and V. S. Air In I0-lb. Hag

    CusrintMd 1 IS MONTHS No Fence Law (From the Jan. 27, 1028. Issue) assisted by Miss DorothyC. Force. Enlist: now your pay Work Guaranteed
    $13.23 Klckllter Mrs. Vernon Silcox starts at once. You get free $1.00
    Price
    Reg. Bradford
    County has
    producedsome
    $1O25 Some 200 and Mrs. James Blackshear.UNIUM fowl and housing, free clothing
    cattlemen
    from the of the leading men of the r .

    and ,I... TiPTOP Second Congressional District Including country, says the Telegraph./ Listed \\CMn.. i ITtn -A and equipment free medical A: WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF
    several from Bradford <>>>rvrn.>r. ol dental rare, low-root IlIlI1Iran..f',
    QUALITY and youl'Davis are Congressman R. A. Green property In ..,... ....1 clear .....r- doesn't cost YetIt
    Old Tire County went on record In a meet. Railroad Commissioner E. S. Matthews hrunkl.nr. flfld other debrI, na tarsall.l. you a penny. DUNLOP TIRES and TUBES
    Deluxe BUTYL TUBE Ing held in Green Cove and putlliiw I.... proper ewmlltlnn means retirement with an
    Springs Circuit Judge; A. Z. Ad- .
    prwpvrly ......1.1.. Much woto ...
    "
    Reg. Price $2.60 Other SIzes Similar Saving last week as opposed to the bill klns, and three state's attorneys. lie .,Un* .., promote the publlrHfore Income after 20 year service.

    of Rep. Charles A. Luckie of Tames R. Kelly J. C. Adkins, and .. > and ........... or t.. protecttkff Your 'future thnnigh the jeurs.IM .
    .... Large Stock Of GENUINE FORD PARTS '
    Miljilrrnt propertr against -
    3e tife! Don't risk your life on smooth, slick tires and faultytube Jacksonville barring cattle from H. V. Knight. Her ti,, fire breeillitiv. ..f moHiialttlillnir ..., Important to you. So tin not
    *! Change now to guaranteed. long mileage Davis Safet roaming the highways. The Masons have installed I and kah.h..w o' .n...... and 1'..,.: delay In getting. the full story
    Grips and heavy duty Davis Deluxe Butyl Tubef. Get both just >..r the notation. at II.. tern today at V. S. Army anil Also 6. And S-Tube Radios Seat Covers Spotlights .
    of tire alone I IWSTEBN The bill has the of officers for 1928. P. M. Barefoot; sail ..*llonM.WH your -
    for the regular price appreval pr
    now <
    I'og
    Lights near Windshield
    Wipers
    Force Station. .
    Governor Warren and Is to be Is \V. M., and P. S. McMillan is "Hit"10AM, after thin connl.lera- U. S. Air Recruiting
    lion, the Cltv Council, of the City It'H at Starke Poxtofflceevery Vanity :Mirrors Rear Seat Radio Speakers Backup .
    S.V..
    Introduced
    at the F. F. Stump treasurer
    coming: legislative I o( rltitrke. llruiirurd County, Klorlilil -
    session. State Senator Slater and J. M. Mitchell secretary. I I. u.( the opinion that It would Monday O a. m. to 12:00 Lights Heaters
    lie In the public* Interest. to require' j I K ablecareer
    Store Your Recruiter an
    Associate noon.
    AUTO Smith who sponsored the meeting: Little Miss Francis Lee Peek property i."ner to deLhi. and clearumleruruRhlnic
    said that the cattlemen principally entertained a number cf her uml other ilebrlu, on expert who will be (Cla
    p objected to the clause that friends at her home Saturday afternoon all comllttrm iota ami property runtime r.<|into tilrlnir proper..uchwurk to gvlile you In cliixviing; jour I Bring Your Ford HOME For SERVICE!

    would with to he ,ilon to promote the 0.a..r.. Y()u live 'better wjthpeace
    make the bill effective October a lovely birthdayparty.
    -
    Home Owned and Operated by public welfare and health or to protect of nUnil. Yuur sure know I
    1, 1010. This would not give Some of the little ones I the adjacent property, atrutnutflfinffer .
    J. F. JAUDONEast the cattlemen sufficient time to there to enjoy the occasion with I tu fire breeding of IIIOM- ledge/ of a Secure future gives
    .... nml harhorlnff of snakesviiiii&ivtihti that happy feeling. Here's ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
    obtain and erect fence It was her were JUAnita Barefoot Helenand NOW. : Iha It or- jou
    . felt. Marlon Dowling. Lillian I ililuad: by the City Council. of the; opportunity that's really moneyIn .
    Call St.; 91arke 1-11'-
    ,
    of Sturke, Urailfurd County,
    'Stump Carol and Dorothy White,, city I'l.ridaz8a'tlom the liank.Remin. 199 Madison St. Phone 118 Staw"". Fla.

    I 45 Tornadoes Elaine Edwards Harriet Bishop, 1. All owner* of property
    located within the City of rltarke,
    wnsm'nwIr' ait "? Billy' Long. Emmett Perryman f<.1f"rit County, Florida, from and
    Receive LettersThe and Buddy Bishop. I I after the iiii.'a*. nf this" ordinance' ,
    .Khali lie, required to clean and
    : I Four new hats. have been thrown clear, underbruHhlnir anil other d.-

    G. M. SPOTLIGHTSFOR following members of the into the political ring. J. W. Ep. brt on vacant Tots and put hutcproper
    BUS condition reoulrtnn
    Tornado A and B Squads property Portable
    person is out for sheriff. N. D. audi work to h. don to promote
    V j were presented their letters at a Walnwrlght for tax: assessor and I the public welfare and health or to gton
    YOUR AUTO banquet given by the Lions Club protect the adjacent property airalnMt :
    O. W. Alderman for clerk of cir danger to fire. breedlnir of .
    Wednesday night of lost week: cuit court. H. B. Wiggins is trying mi.N. and harboring' snakes I
    A /Squad LeHorimfiJames Hectlon t. Where any owner of
    for superintendent of public said property ;Khali fail or refuae
    AT V PRICE Phillips: (Captain),, instruction. after receiving, to day written notice
    George Wlnkler, Owen Mills Tommy to comply with the provlalnnn of
    The Odd Fellows EWRITERS
    reorganized thin ordinance, nald peraon ehalt beauhject TYP
    Hamilton Mickey Kills, Francis Tuesday night. Geo. A. Anderson ,upon conviction, thereof, to
    Parkhurst, Jack Wainwright wEll a fine or not more than Plftv (|50-
    $9.95 Jack head the organization andT. 00) Dollars or Hlxty. <*0) daya In ,
    Eaves Ronald Hunt, Spencer M. Williams Is secretary. De- City Jail or both such fine and
    Crews Kenneth Grlder Carl L ImprlRonment In. the discretion of
    .
    Witt C. Jones was chosen treasurer the Mayor.Hectlnn .
    Edwards Kenneth Johns, George and L. \V. KickliUr as chap. 3. In lieu of Kiich fine
    WHILE THEY LAST Roberts Lewis Haines Dan L and Imprisonment, the City may
    lain. E. 'V. Hayes was picked as ,
    perform the work rquirs.tbv th
    Priest Jack Hazen Glenn Conner delegate to the grand lodge meet ordinance, and th. coata thereolshall
    ONE TO A CUSTOMER ,Vemon Crosby Carl Carter, become a lien airalnat the property
    ing in Jacksonville. on which. the work la done 179.50
    I, Pete Sapp (alternate captain),, Personals: Section. 4. All lawa and parta ol ;
    Carl Johns, Drew'Reddish, Henry laws 'In conflict herewith are hereby L
    Bennett. Mrs. Herbert Hart of Hampton repealedSection I
    i spent the weekend with her par 5. ThIs ordinance shall become
    Junior Vanity letter effective on the loth day ofFebruary.
    ents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning.Starktwo A. D, 1945. J
    Ovid Bennett Dan Wainwright more blocks o( This ordinance shall be putvllahed
    Theodore Brannen, Dewey Thorn. once a week for two consecutive
    street laid.
    paving .
    TEMPLE & LAKE week In. the Bradford County Tele
    ton Edward Parker. Leslie Sapp, Buy anything you want at :3. srfhA (]PLUS $' .77 FEDERAL TAX)

    William Engrain Fay Durban M. Alvarez and pocket 20 cents Canova. President of City
    Council
    John Kline Bobby Crews Floyd i for each dollar spent. Atteatt*Curl Johns, City Clerk.
    :i SERVICE STATION Futch Donald Bennett. Arley Me- Editorial Tn the Honorable Mayor of the
    --What connection .
    Is .
    City of Cttarke I hereby certify
    Rae, James BRADFO()RD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
    j Prevatt Mead Lewis, there between the recent cold that the above and foregoing ordinance

    Charles Johns Marvin Warren' ,, wave and the decision\ w.e duly adopted and paaaed'
    -,--,....,'.' fl" '.._......' '.'.--.......""' ...,..............-,..,....-.-. ...,...Earl Norman. to manufacture 1>,. the City Coon1nf\ the City of
    underwear at the State Stark on th. lath day of January,
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