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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Judy Canova Goes Back To Her Pig Tails BRADFORD COUNTTTELEGRAPH

After Unsuccessful Fling I At GlamorJudy

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Canova. according a -; :
P. report from Hollywood. has
given up her brief fling at glamor Official Counlu Publication Established In 1877

and has gone back to pig tails .
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and hog calling. She turned her VOLUME SEVENTY &TAfthWF1ArnII).', FUIU.\V, HC11HUAKV: : II, ID-It NVMBER--TiURTY-
back on the beauty parlor when


Tevtnuer"made her fans her told look. her"no the different glamorizing than I Rites Today For N. D. Wainwright, Sr.; I Cost Vet Hospital Less, Civic At Leaders Camp ,Blanding Point Out Would N. C. Lad's Pleasure Trip To Florida I

born In Starke
,Judy, who was .
n-clalms of Jacksonville Lake City A. letter signed by City and existing properties, you could I
and Unadilla Ga. notwithstanding Had Long Career Of Public Service County officials and the heads of there Institute or establish a ma- Ends Tragically In Accident Here

recently got her picture In papers ..- all civic organizations .was sent Jor facility and still we know, ,
all over the country when I last week to Carl R. Cray Jr.. stay within existing or reasonable
her braids fora Newnan David Wainwright, Sr., :'1. ,""r,. What was to have been a brief
she gave up wiry i ,,. .' Administrator of the U. S. Veterans budget expenditures for such pur-
silken hairdo and her homespun a prominent figure In public life '.y" .;;p Administration Washington, poses. We believe that you gentle Rotarians Profit pleasure trip to Florida for 5-

cottons for draped satin. In Bradford County for more than iElfiot'i D. C., asking consideration of men who are clad with responsibility year-old A. C. Dempsey Jr. of
Five thousand fans from < half a century died Wednesday : of From EntertainmentTwo Kannapolla N.. C., ended tragically .
Skag. : Camp Blanding aa the cite of a'' hospitalizing our veterans
away. Mich., to PlaInfield Tex., afternoon at 5 o'clock, at his 4'k': ___ .: !: proposed veterans hospital. should have and exercise common last Saturday afternoon at
raised a fuss. residence on Clark Street. He was The letter stated: business judgement and nave our phases of the International 1:13: : when the child and his aunt

"How dare ,you forsake your ST years of age. _ :-..b"f We urge that you establish at taxpayers money ;when you can situation were discussed at the Mrs. Alvlra VanAllen, :39, of Miami "
loyal fans!" Joan Allen of Detroit Funeral services will be held Camp Blanding, Florida, a U. S. do so, and at the same time offer i Rotary Club Wednesday by Lax met death In an automobile
wrote In rampant red Ink. at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon In Veterans Administration Hospital better facilities for our veterans ; Green and Rev. L. D. Halnes. accident on U. S. 301 between

"Our whole club went hillbilly because I the First Methodist Church of Facility.The We trust that you will cause I Mr. Green stressed the threat Starke and Lawtey.Investigating .

of you. Now You've put us I,which he :.was a member with Rev. War Department made prompt Investigation to be madeof ; of Communism to the world while officers stated
out of style. Please go back to J. R. Hill, pastor, and Rev. B. M. )441Hr thorough examination Into the this suggested possibility and I Rev. Haines stated that the only that the accident occurred when

pigtails." ; Montgomery of Madison, officiat feasibility of establishing therea act at once In the matter. hope of peace was by the spread Alphonso Williams, Tampa negro,

Still a Lady ing. Interment will be In the major cantonment for World We have never been able to of the Gospel throughout the driving a refrigerated Standard

"You're no different than a reve- 'family lot in Crosby Cemetery War II. They approved the loca- understand why your Administration world.C. Brands, Inc. truck, apparentlygot

nuer now, except maybe you're a under the direction of DeWitt C. 1 tion and established and operatedone could b>iv* overlooked this H. Nasworthy chairman of over on the wrong side of the
lady." Jones. Active pall bearers will be of the most satisfactory opportunity in the beginning, and ticket sales, announced that highway and collided with the

Mrs.' Nancy Johnson Laramle "judy"Idea. nephews of the deceased.. training centers there that was information reaching us concern- around $.150: was grossed by the southbound automobile.

Wyo., told Judy she thought she'd Carried Out Mr. Wainwright was born on ; used during World War II. ing your recent compelled retrenchment Club "Woman less Wedding" last Williams was taken Into custodyby

gone Hollywood. But with Lana Turner to the October 24, 1861 near Callahanin .EAir The good reasons which Impelledthe causes us to now call week. Sheriff P. D. Reddish on a

"Now you're Just like every right of her and Rita Hayworth Nassau County. He was the War Department to establish your attention to this possibility Many members of the club an- warrant for criminal negligenceand

body else In the movie city," Mrs. I to the left, -a hillbilly girl gets son of the late K. J. and Cynthia Camp Blanding now obtain for the and to offer to you every possible nounced their Intention of attend- testimony will be heard by
Johnson complained. "At least, Ideas. Emma Lewis Wainwright and I establishment there by your Administration local cooperation that we may in Ing the dinner In Jacksonville next State's Attorney T. E. Duncan

when were a hillbilly hada r Miss Canova hied herself a few came to Bradford County at the of a major hospital the ,matter. Monday night honoring Angus Thursday morning Feb. 17, at
you you of six, with his parents. He N. D. Wainwright. 8r. facility.The Mitchell 10 o'clock to see If there is suf-
lot of character and seemed months ago to the hair stylist and age We know that per capita operational of Australia. President
warm and human. You were natural makeup man Pete Westmore. He spent his boyhood days on his War Department expended cost of Florida hospital of Rotary International. ficient evidence for a charge of

!, and you were like one of clipped off her pigtails, waved father's farm near Hellbronn year term as Tax Assessor. After there vast sums of money In construction facilities are lens than that In manslaughter.In .
us." 'her hair, arched her brows and Springs and was educated In an hU retirement from this office In and other development other states and wo know thAt addition to the two fatalities

The pancaked her face. early Starke private school of January 1937, he was appointed which can very well take the place an unusually large number of Rain Stymies both of whom died as the resultof
similar. other 4,997 letters were She plopped into Don Loper's that time-the Orange Institute.He Supervisor of Registration and suggested as new appropriationsfor veterans prefer hospitalization) fractured skulls other Injured

clothes salon. He plucked off the taught a country school and served in this capacity until January your hospitalization programat domiciliary care In Florida. We occupants of the passenger car
"Gosh aakes," said Miss Canova. h 0 mea pun s disdainfully and farmed at the age of 21 and en- 1911 when he retired from this time. know further that added facilitiesare Berry ShipmentsA were Mr. and Mrs. Horace Byrd,

"I Just thought I'd like to look draped her In sophiscated, decol gaged in the merchandizing business public office at the age of .'fl). Camp Blanding has more perm needed immediately and that of Lakeland parents of Mrs. Van-
like the other gals for a change." lete black taffeta."I at Waldo from 1883: until During his career he also, served, anent and suitable buildings/ already by utilizing Camp. Blanding faclll Allen; and Mrs. Johnnie Williamsof

Miss Canova came down from got tired of them myself," 1887 when he returned to Starke at various times as councilman, constructed and useable I I ties delays and coats ran be saved week of almost continuous Llmona,, Fla., a friend of the
the mountains an innocent gal she confessed. "I couldn't sprawlIn and began his long career of public treasurer, and tax assessor for than your administration will require \\'. are asking our Congressman rainfall cut strawberry shipmentshere Byrds, who received a broken

with high-top shoes gingham my gown, I couldn't toss my service by becoming Deputy the city. for a major hospital facility. and Senator to work with you and to only 327 crates during the nock. Doctors stated that Mrs.
dress and drooping pantaloons. head without mussing my' hair Clerk of the Circuit Court. Following his retirement from They had a hospital. there, we understand us In bringing about Immediate pant. 7-tliiy period. In spite of Williams chances for recoverywere

Folks from Maine to California and the makeup was so thick I On April 39 1891 he was mar- public office he continued his of Borne 2,000 beds. Your realization of this facility for our poor quality fruit, prices averaged good. Mr. Byrd received

w're'crazy about her and her couldn't show my feelings throughmy ried to Mary O. Alvarez who preceded active interest in the operationof facility can transform existing disabled veterans. sin)( bringing growers $3,270 for several fractured ribs, and Mrs.

yodeling voice.Andrews. face. him I in death by two years.In his farm and pecan grove and buildings and physical properties Respectfully, the week's shipment. Uyrd l a sprained ankle and severe

1891 Mr. Wainwright waa appointed was a familiar figure on the 'I there Into( a modern hospital facility Lex Green, Commander, V. F. So far this season 7,810 crates brulaes. All of the injured were
by President Grover streets of Starke until! his last for a negligible sum of mon- W. I'oHt No. 1310; Virginia Smith, have been sold through the market taken to Shadycrettt Hospital In

Elected 22 Delinquents Cleveland as receiver of the U. S. Illness. ey. We can and will cause to be President Stark Woman's Club; here bringing growers an estimated Starke and later transferred to
Land Office at Gainesville and Wainwright Is survived by sent to you our local engineer'sestimates Mike Cilhonley, Commander, gross of $79,231.2.1.: u Tampa hospital. '

served In this capacity until 1893. three sons James Richard, N. D., concerning his opinionof Jones-Langford-White Piwt No. Fruit reaching the market during According to Information obtained -

: In 1900, he was elected Tax Jr., and K. J. Wainwright, all of funda required for such transformation 45, American Legion; Charley E the pant week was duHrribeins by the Sheriff, the Byrda, .
To Head C of C Named By BoardA Assessor of Bradford County and Starke, and one daughter, Mrs. D ) ; this, of course, for Johns, State Senator; HerbertF. "full of water" and' of poor Mrs. VanAllen and Mrs. Williams :j

filled this office for an unbroken T. Clark of Miami.It your Information and considera Deal President l Rotary Club: carrying quality. Only 20 crates had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. '' ,

period of 28 years. In 1931 he was announced that the body tion.The J. P. Roberts. Mayor, Member of were otferl'dVeduesday.. A. C. Dempsey, Sr. In Kannapolis, .
Guy Andrews, County Tax Assessor list of 22 delinquents who represented Bradford County In will lie in state in the MethodIst War Department, of course) Legislature; H. A. Bishop, Jr. Even with fair weather, It will N. C. The weather there had been 1'
and Starke businessman have not complied with Selective the State LegIslature. and In Church from 1 p.m. Friday until I has In Its file detailed Information President Starke Lion's Club: be two or three weeks before so cold and disagreeable that the

was elected President of the Service regulations in the three 1932 was elected for another four time for the funeral. concerning this property and every E. L. Crawford, County Com- berries return In heavy volume, Dempsey. decided to let their

Chamber of Commerce at a meet- counties served by Local Board : Item of existing facility there. missioner; K. L. Mathews, Editor It was said.Roberts. little son return to Florida with
Ing of directors held here Tues- No18 was published this week. We have learned of your apparently Publisher, Bradford County Telegraph his relatives for a brief visit.
day. Carl Johns was elected Vice Mrs. Rhoda Dampier, clerk for I School Board Enters Into Contract I compelled retrenchmentIn ; L. O. Hazen, City Council -

President and S. L. Peek Jr., the Local Board, states that these With Architect For Long-Range Planning expenditures for hospitalization man; Mrs. Marian Howe, Cham. Views Stephen Broadway, 8-year-old

Treasurer.The men have apparently changed purposes. By using Camp Blanding of Comm. Starke, ecS.Merchants New Dodge ModelIn son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Broad

new Board of Directorswas address Without notifying the At Its regular meeting here I of Administration & Finance, way, was seriously injured about
elected at a meeting held In Board and are not receiving their Monday the School Board unanimously State Department of Education, Jacksonville 6:30: p.m. Thursday of last week

the courthouse Monday night mall. The first law of Selective agreed to enter Into a, stating that the Board's action at Dovle Conner Seek j. when struck by an automobile
f" -- ..and, according"to by-laws of >the Service .Is that the registrant must contract with ,Sanford .W- Gem,,, a special meeting on Oct. 21, 1?"q I P. Roberta: Starke auto dealer driven by Rev. Richard Lee. The
has returned from Jacksonville
organisation the new officers notify the Board Immediately of architect, to provide a long-range I with reference to a two-year accident occurred as the boy was .
were chosen from the \ group of change of address, (Mrs. Dampier countywide plan for the best use I leave of absence granted to Foster Meter where he attended a dealer pre. riding/ his' bicycle across South
nine directors.At stated and violation of this regulation and expenditure of Capital Outlay' Shi Smith was not In accord- OnNBCHookuo InjunctionAs view of the completely new-stylcc. Water St. (Route 100) near the
the meeting Monday night subjects the delinquent to funds that will accrue to the credIt ance with law regarding pro- Dodge cars, the first models of B. T. Thomas home. Stephen's
fine of the Board as a result of the fessional leave of members of the which will be publicly displayed
presided over by retiring President or imprisonment or both. Mayor J. P. Roberts injuries Included a double frac-
Monday In his showroom on Friday, Feb.
G. S. Newcomb the following The men listed below are no- recent survey by the Staff of the instructional staff. The Board was Doyle Conner of Starke, 10-. night signed the ordinance 21.: ture of the skull. concuHslon. a cut
; legulIzlng Mr. Roberts was accompaniedby
directors elected tified State Department of Education. advised by Mr. Graham that such on his hip, and the loss
of
were : to contact the Board In year-old National President of the I the Installation of parking Joe Martinez two
parts
managerof
The classification of school cen- leave could bo granted for a
For three-year terms: E. L. Starke at once, or persons who per- Future Farmers of America, will meters In Starhe local merchants J. P. Roberts Motors. permanent teeth. He U In Shady-
Matthews S. L Peek and know their whereabouts ers, as recommended in Table 'hxl of one year and then reapplied crest hospital. No charges have
Jr., should announced that they had retained "The considerations
be radio farm primary
featured the
on
4 I of the Survey of School Centers for by the applicant. The been made
Carl Johns.For give this Information: tho law firm of Adklna & Adkirm pending an Investigation
that Influenced the dnnlgn of tho
quiz R. F. D. America,
made in January was unanimously former action was rescinded and program of the accident.
two-year term: Guy An- Rule Brinson Johns, White, approved with the understanding a new motion made to comply on Saturday, Feb. 12. The pro. of Oiiln, dvlllo In an attempt to new Dodge were Army statistics \
-
drews. Starke Fla. will be heard at : stop the Installation of meters which showed that the GI's of
I that this classification applies only with the regulations. gram 1:3,0 p.m. A third highway accident
oc-
For one-year term: H. A. BIshop David McGregor, Negro, Hampton to the use of Foundation Capital Herbert Deal president of the (Eastern Time) over the NBC by legal action. If ncoesimry. world War II were taller, bigger cured at 1 p,m. Monday when S. ,
Jr. Fla.Jlmmle. Outlay Fund ($400 per Instruction network operating In the Chicago It has not yet been announced and more active than their prodoesnors J. Osteen driving a stake
Starke Rotary Club, appeared body
Holdover directors are: A*. J. Lee Krupa, Negro, Lake unit) and that In approvingthe studios. upon what grounds the merchants of World War I. Mr. truck, attempted to turn from
Thomas, F. F, Stump, Joe Wilson,' Butler Fla.Tommie classification of centers the before the Board on behalf of Young Conner will compete with will attempt to enjoin; the City Roberts said. "As a result It was Route 100 onto the Sullivan road

and G. S. Newcomb.At Lee Johnson, Negro, Board does not In any way restrict Boy Scout Troop 70 to requestthe three other young FFA officersfor from Installing the meters. apparent that more passengerroom near Theressa without signaling.

the luncheon meeting Tuesday Lawtey Fin.Cornelious. Its program to any costs, temporary use of 68 portable valuable prizes and the title Panned at a called meeting of not less, wa required In Preston Bartlett Unthank of

the Board decided to launch Son Davis, Negro, suggestions regarding rooms needed chairs In the new Scout building.The of "Junior Farm Champion of the the Council on Wednesday, Feb. the modern automobile to accommodate Sharps, Fla. was in the act of
the annual membership campaign Lake Butrer, Fla. or other details Included In. chairs are In storage at the Week", 2. the ordinance provides that "our physically larger gen- paging Osteen without soundinghis

Immediately. Upon motion of Carl Wooley James Tyler, Negro, the specific recommendation. of USO building and are not being Doyle and the other officers "The Mayor of the City of Starke eration. auto horn, and the two vehicles -
Johns It was voted to lower the .Lake Butler, Fla. : the survey report. used by the school. The Board are In Chicago on a special tour Is hereby authorized and directedto Mr. Roberts pointed out that collided. Nellie Colley and

minimum annual membership fee Daniel Elleby, Negro, Ralford, Requests for leaves of absence agreed to lend the chairs to the of five Industrial American cities, Install parking meters at the the challenge to Dodge engineerswas Alice Unthank both of Sharpa.received ,
from $23: to $13.: Fla. were received and granted as Scouts provided that the Boardof including Cleveland, Akron, Detroit curb line, along sIde of or next to design a car with more fractures and concussions.
follows Trustees of Special Tax School to individual parking Interior space and still reduce exterior -
It was stated that this action ,James Wesley Douglas, White, : and Milwaukee. spaces. dimensions to eliminate difficulties
Miss Irma Hammond from District No. 1 did not oppose the The -
Raiford Fla.Thomas ordinance
provides that
was taken in order to 18-Year-Olds
being Prior to the tour they under of handling in traffic,
Walter Anderson Ne- Jan. I, 1949 to June 30, 1949 (ill action. any person convicted of violatIng
broaden the In the ,
membership went a one week FFA Officers parking, and garaging.To .
health The Board agreed to have Bus Its terms shall be Eligible For Sub
Chamber and try to make It include gro, Worthington. Fla. Training School and Board of fined not learn how Dodge succeeded
business Calvin Andrews Foster Green Mrs. Grace W. Osborne, for the No. 13 to revert to Its original to exceed $100, or Imprisonednot
practically every Trustees meeting In Washington In this and at Duty Chief
in Starke and Bradford County. Cove Springs, Fla. school term of 1949-50 (regular). route (Sam Mott) and the Super- D. C.Deputy. to exceed 60 days or both. the meeting time challenge Says
same
Melvin Mrs., Evalyn Ritch, from Jan. intendent was authorized to arrange In the discretion of the produced a car
Ray Nettles Mayor.
It was felt.. that In. this way a White, with an entirely new and distinctive "18 year olds in the Florida
Starke, Fla. 14, 1949 to June 16, 1949 ((111 for suitable transportation
more active ;work can be
program Collector styling Mr. Roberta cordially Navy Recruiting District who en-
Leo health). facilities to relieve the crowded
carried out successfully. It was Kerdtsy Holland Negro, Mrs. Jones Dies nvltes everyone to his gala open list In the Navy for one year of
Green Cove The Superintendent read a let- and congested conditions the
on
Springs. Fla. Here Week
pointed out that larger businesseswill Next to
louse on Feb. 23.: service fulfill their obligation
William Everett Davis ter from J. L. Graham, Director Elam Lewis route. At Home Of NieceMrs.
White
be encouraged to take out To Aid under the selective service act,
-- TaxpayersA
Raiford
Fla.
more than one membership which Maggie E. Jones, 8.1, died may now enlist for submarine duty -
they may do In multiples of $13.: ford James, Fla.Hermit.C. Holmes, Negro, Ral Charles Torruella Seed For Cucumber deputy collector of Internal at the home of her niece ADDRESSESOF providing they meet the sub

Some local businesses pay as highas With Revenue will be at the courthouse Mrs. Joe Hoover, on Church INTERESTThe marine service physical and men
Back Deal AvailableAt
$100 membership fee annually. Charles Jennings, White GarageCharles next Thursday, Feb. 17, for the Street Wednesday' morning follow tal standards" It was announced

Individuals especially persons Green William Cove Springs, Fla. Torruella has returnedto State Market purpose of aiding taxpayers In ing a l Innghly illness following new. renewal and here yesterday by Lt. Gmdr T
and Jacob, Negro Lake preparing their Income tax re- change of addresses received by If. Williams, Officer In charge of
renting rooms apartmentsand She born In Montlcello
Butler, Fla.Arthur Starke and assumed was on
chargeof R. B. Alvarez, manager of the .. No charge will be made the Telegraph will be of Interest the: local Navy Recruiting StationIn
23
benefittlng by the Chamber's September 180.1 the daughterof
Alexander White Negro the Green Buick Company State Farmers Market, stated I for this service. to friends: the Federal Building, Jacksonville -
service will be ,invited the late Thomas J. and Frances
listing tQ Orange Park Fla. garage, repair shop, body and yesterday that much Interest Is I II. A. Durden, P. O. Box 10/W/ Florida. I
All whose total IncomeIn
Join the organization it was Isaac James Carlton persons Mather Chace.
White paint work. shown the of acksonvllle Beach Fla.
being on part grow. out
Pointing that the trainIng
1948 wan $600 or more must new -
stated. Rt. No. 2 Box 41-A Starke, Fla. Mrs. Jones was a lifelong mem- Willis F. Amerada Pe-
in the cucumber deal to be Smith
He Is the son of the late Louise ers
to 18
file a return before March !:s. opportunity applies only
President Andrews Is now Gill Dobson, White, Lake Butler ber of the Methodist Church anda roleum
map. Torruella and Mrs. Torruella who conducted here this spring by the Corp., San Angelo Texas. year olds who enlist for one year
ping out the town and asslnging Fla. resided In the Southwest portionof Manhattan Produce Corp. of resident of Starke for the past Wm. E. Faxon, Fla.' Southern Cmdr. Williams added: This new

teams to certain areas so that Junior Ray Starling, White, Starke for many years Brooklyn, N. Y. Vet HospitalizationAnd five and a half years. College, Lakeland Fla. program Is designed to give aub-
the membership drive may be carried Rt. No. 2 Box 82, Starke, Fla. He graduated from the local Seed should be planted between Rehabilitation Besides her niece she Is survived Glenn E.: Wood, Gen. Del.. Clew- marine training to a large number -

out effectively and quickly Cecil Evins Tyler, White, Starke High School with the class of Feb. 15 and March I, Mr. Alvarez, by one sister Mrs. Mary leton, Fla.Embery. of young men and thus build
concluded. Fla. and are now available at the market Discussed At PostCol. Ferry of Starke. Lewis, change of address up the submarine force reserve."Although .
James Jr. Brinson, Negro, Lake 1928.Since at ".:SO per pound. He urged Funeral Services were held In from Starke to Brooker.
Butler Fla. leaving Starke he has Edwin H. Martin of Ocala desirable, a high
Council growers Interested In the cucumber the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Miss Estelle Bennett, Student
Changes operated large automobile repair, school education .isj
not
Chairman or the American Legion's necessaryto
Home Chapel afternoonat Nurse St. Luke's Jack-
deal to obtain seed at once Thursday Hospital,
and businesses In New
Time Of Meeting 18YearOldsReminded paint body and notify the market how many National Committee on 3 o'clock with the Rev. J. R. "onvllle, Fla. qualify for this submarine duty
York Tennessee and other "
City. with Uncle Sam' undersea forces
acres they Intend to plant.At Veterans HospitalizatIon and Rehabilitation Hill, pastor of the Starke Methodist Mrs. Mae Dickens 801 Magnolia ,
Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 13: the Of Need places He said today: least 100 acres should be was the principal Church, officiating. 1 Ave., Sanford Fla. Cmdr. William. concluded. Any,

City Council will change the time For RegisteringYoung "I am happy to be back In 1 planted to make It worthwhile speaker at the local Legion Post's Interment wUl follow In the J. R. Boring 1310 South htSt. one Interested In this program

'of Its regular meetings from 7:30: Starke after many years absence for Manhattan to operate hen meeting Tuesday night. Col. Mar- family lot In Augusta, Ga. ., Jacksonville Beach Fla. contact Chief Bob Neville. Navy
to :3 It was announced In other states. I returned to tin's talk was on the Privilegesand Recruiter In the Post Office buDdIng -
p.m. pjm. men of Bradford, Union, this spring, It Is said. The com D. S. Cook P. O. Box 63,
Carl Starke because It was home under the O. I. at Starke Friday from 10.OO:
I yesterday by City Clerk and Clay counties are reminded my pany will pay the daily market Entitlements Deeds Recorded High Springs Fla.
Johns- and from my experience It Is Bill of Rights. During his talk he a.m. until 3:00: p.m.
that they must register with local prices for pickling cucumbers.Last W. C. Wainwright Rt. 4, Box
All persons who have businessto Board No. 18 In Starke as soon one of" the finest! places In the, season the price ranged from touched on the subjects of claims, Recent deeds as recorded In 8:56: Tampa, Pie.Cue '

transact with the Council are aa they become 18 years of age. world. S3 to $4.80. hospitalization death benefits Court House: Local Choral Club
urged to take note of the nay Mrs. Rhoda Dampier, Board As soon as he can obtain suitable Public Law. 16 and :343, Farm I R. A Newsom of Starke to Expert Here Meets On MondayMrs.
meeting time which wUl be con- clerk, states that apparently many living quarters In Starke he City Water Tank Training National Service Life Anthony C. Cermenaro of Starke:

tinued until further notice. 18-year-olds are overlooking the will be Joined here by his wife To Get "New Look"The Insurance and O. I. Loans. 282 acres and lying In Blk. 2 S, 1 Ralph Greenleaf. one of the Edward Charbonneau.
necessity of registering when they Mrs. Zeolmara Torruella and their Col. Martin arrived In Starkeat Range 1 and 2, West Simon J. greatest pocket billiard playersof temporary director, Invites all

CALENDAR' OF EVENTS become that age. There are severe : two children, Zeolmara and VIrI Reliable Tank Co. has been 3:30: Tuesday afternoon and Temple's Sub-Dlv. In SW 1-4 of all times,, will give an exhibition singers of Starke and communityto
penalties for failing to ginia. together with Lex Green, Mike NE Sect. 21 T 6 9 R 22
7:30: register I awarded a contract by the City 1-4. E. match of 100 balls at the attend the meetings of the
14 Masonic Lodge,
Feb. at the time Mr. I Gllhooly. Thomas C. Hazen, Jr., Harold D. Sheldon of Duval
proper DampIer Council to and repaint the Co. Recreation Billiard Parlor on Saturday Choral Club each Monday nightat
p.m.Feb. says. Although the draft has been Property SoldE. municipal wat repair'J'" tank at a cost and A. J. Thomas, Jr., made a and Olin W. Davis of Campbell Feb. 12, at 4 p.m. He Is 8 o'clock In the Woman's Club.
1* Cboral Club Woman'sClub temporarily halted because enlistments of '820. survey of Camp Blanding and Its'facilities. I I Co., Ky., to If. '1'. Bennett of 17 times winner of the world' Mrs. Charbonneau states that
8 at the time J. O'Hara of Starke has 1 Bradford Co. 302
pjn. present are sold At a recent meeting of the acres In Wood- championship at pocket billiards, there is an especial need for male
Feb. 16 PTA Executive Brd. sufficient to meet the demands 40 acres, house and drive-in at Council the management of Koch's Attendance at the Legion meet- lawn Section 20 Twp. :5 S, R 22 holding the title from 1919 to voices, although singers of both I'

meeting. 3:13: : p.m. of the armed services it ls still Long Bridge. Rt. 100. to Humbertand Drug Store asked that a loading Ing was one of the largest experienced E. 1938 barring a few periods In sexes arc welcome.

Feb. 17 Business ft: Professional necessary for 18-year-old to Mary Fem of Seaford N. Y. one be designated for this placeof here In recent months witha Ethel Tidwell &: C. C. Tldwell to which he failed to compete. Ladles The local Club .will take partIn
Womens Club 8 p.m., St. register at the proper time Mrs. I' The transaction was made throughthe business on the Court Street number of prominent guests, John H. Parker of Brad. Co.: Lot are Invited to attend the local a music festival to be held in

Mark's Parish. House. Dampier stated. E. A. Strout Agency. side. The request was granted. In addition to members. 16 of Blk. 14 In Hampton. exhibition. Gainesville in May.6 .

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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY, 1949!
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
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-- -- the-- ing several weeks :with Mr. andMrs. son, nanvy visited Mrs. MTtae'1
up to arrive at wage level 1 I. S. M. Simmons in Richmond, parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A Con.
on the hauls. of the rise and tall ner in Lake Butler Sunday after.
Bradford County Telegraph New RiverAND Va.
HamptonBy
in the cost of living.: Otherwise Wilson F. May noon.
Mr. and Mrs.
not be able to
Congress might
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNtn-EDlTOK. LONG BRIDGEBy Mra. M. C. Sweeney and Spencer of 4-H
SUNNYBROOK
y/ w act in time to save small businesses and sons Billy
robUhMl Every Friday afCJit.d Entered .. Second f without large capital reserves lira. E. A. Sapp Wllliston were weekend visitors The Sunnybrook 4-II Club met

(:laM Matter at the Pont r >5k Office at Starke Fla If we should ever have a sub- School Play To-Night here.Mrs. Saturday, Feb. B, with Miss Dora

ADVOCATES CITY MANAGER stantial slackening off in bus- Meadows Anderson, who is The seventh grade of Hampton T. F. Brown has as her thy Ross at the home of

1949 FORM OF GOVERNMENTDear Iness. working In Deland recently visited Elementary School will give a guest this week, her sister-in-law, Kelly. The first year glrla Kathryn

MEMBER < I am going to urge these ma(- his family here: play "Brown-Eyed Betty", in the Mrs. J. A. Ivey,'of Palmetto Ga. make towels, and second will
Gene: ters before the Education and School Auditorium Friday night, Sunday visitors year
Hampton's
Bloatfas Little Barbara Carol and Rob Among will make
$1.50 For SU The
girls aprons.
Bnl.eripti.a $Z.50 AD.u.Ily I :would like to use your paper Labor Committee either by personal : February 11. The curtain rises at were: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. next
bie Ward of Starke visited their meeting will be held at the home
: as a medium through which to appearance or by written 7:30.: Admission will be 33c: for Mrs. Ida Maxwell Miss
Wiggins
Mr. and Mrs. E. ,
grandparents of Kathryn Kelly again on Sat.
put over an Idea of mine. This statement within the next few adults and 25c: for children. Durling. of Jacksonville,
Betty
should be of Interest to the tax A. Sapp, last week. urday. Feb. 19, at 10 a.m., when
days. If they will let me out of and
Turney
; Mrs. Nona Priest of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Audrey the girls will learn to crochet
and other citizens of Noted Layman Here for
(}t payers the hospital I will make the appearance daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy.
Starke. This observation I made personally but the doctors Mrs. Yula Hollingsworth of Fort Charles E. Gremmells of Mor- Gainesville Mr and Mrs. Cecil their next lesson.

@JtEDI7'd while a member of the City Coun have not consented to let White were recent guests of Mrs. rlstown. N. J. and New York Moore and family, Archer and r

: NT + : cil. While I am no longer active me do this yet. I am also urgingan Thelma Merritt. City who is spending the winter Mrs. D. W. Moore, Starke.

In public affairs, I still have the exemption from the 750 wage- Mrs. Pledger Johns and children at' Park-of-the-Palms Keystone Miss Edith Oiason' of Gaines

Interest of onr city at heart.I hour law for small businesses, recently visited\ her mother Heights, gave the principal address ville\ is visiting her sister, Mrs.

THEY WANT "PEN FR.NnS": IN U. S. A. am convinced that what Starke which I have defined to be businesses Mrs. Conner at Midway. at the Youth for Christ Hazel Ferry.Pine.
needs Is the Mayor-Commissioner earning less than $100,000a meeting Saturday evening to a
Three servicemen In a hospital in Scotland are lonesome and< FAMILY REUNIONA
form of government, with a qualified year In net income. large and attentive audience. Mrs. . .
looking for "pen pals" according to the following letter received family reunion held at
City Manager. There are This is a very difficult question: was Gremmells also brought inspiring -
last week by the Telegraph: the home of Mr, and Mrs. Marlon
those who will say that'we can, but the heavy correspondencewhich messages at the morning LevelBy
Dear Mr. Matthews: not afford to pay the salary that I received from Madison :Moody last Sunday. Mr. Moody service of the Christian Church Jt

We saw your name In a Life magazine and decided to write would be necessary to obtain one County has impressed me with has been sick for several months Sunday, and the Thursday night Mrs. IL M. McRae

to you with our request. We are three servicemen In a hospital In qualified. I believe that a City the fact that some businesses In 'but was well enough to enjoy the Community Prayer Service. Those . . .

Scotland and we are looking for pen friends In the U. S. A. We Manager could be obtained for that area would be very seriously day with relatives. hearing this consecrated Christian
B. M. and Stephen Daniels
hoped that you might publish our names and requests In your paper. from four to five thousand dollars endangered unless some exemption Dinner was spread on a large I Gentleman, felt an added spiritual of Gainesville Myrick visited relatives

Our names are as follows: a year. This amount couldbe Is made for small businesses table outside in the yard and enrichment. Mrs. Gremmells ac- and friends here last week. They
AC.2 Tom MacDonald-2379444 RAF raised by using funds now being I would appreciate hearing from everyone enjoyed the day. companied her husband on these
are students! of the University.
Gmn. Robert Walker-19084623 R. A. paid for City Councilmen, any of you about this proposed Those present .were Mr. and visits. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Daniel
Bond Trustees, Clerk, with the minimum wage raise or about Mrs. Chester Moody and children.
O-Sea Martin D. Watt O-SSx.859309: R. N. Bill Parker of Starke, attendedthe left Friday afternoon for a weekend
addition of arresting fees and anything else that you would like Mr. and Mrs. Ben Renfroe Mr.
All of ward 20, Halrmyres Hospital East Klllbrlde, Lanalkahlre, Y. F. C. Saturday and gave visit with relatives in Talla
fines. to take up with me. and Mrs. Jim Thomas and family, { I t 1
Scotland.If several beautiful selections on his hassee. Mrs. Daniel Is one of the
Under a Mayor-Commissioner Faithfully Mrs Mary Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
do thin for would be grateful. musical saw. teachers in the Rising school.
could us we very
you Charles E. Bennett M. C.
form of government, the Council or Pete Yarbrough Mr. and Mrs.
Yours faithfully Commissioners and Mayor serve Second District Florida Harold Yarbrough, Mr. and Mrs, I A special musical treat will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrickand
held In the Sun daughter Kathy, accompanied '
Martin WattA. Baptist Church STUART'SCYCLE
Mrs.M.
without pay. There Is no need C Robert Faulkner Mr. and
by Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick,
day night ;when Mr. Simms and
T. MacDonald for Bond Trustees. The city attorney Gentlemen: C. Raulerson of Jacksonville
his Quartet, from Hawthorne will spent the weekend with Mr. and SHOP
Walker Enclosed herewith please find Mrs ,
Robert should serve as Municipal Mr. and Lonnie Sapp and
Mrs J. L. Sweat and spent Saturday -
therd readers who will The Chief of Police shouldbe M. O. for renewal of my sub Mrs. Lizzie McKinney Mr. I be present.
We feel sure that will be many among our Judge. family? night with Mr. and Mrs. Temple Ave. let St.
elected. The scription to the world's beat little and Mrs. Mr. and The Christian Church Parsonage
welcome this opportunity to get acquainted with these three young appointed and not Roy McKinney, Lavon Alvarez In Orlando.
Florida
Starke
servicemen who are seeking pen friends In the United States. We Fire Chief is not elected, and his weekly paper "The Telegraph". Mrs. Joe Moody and family, Mr. has recently been re-modeled with Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and ,
Mrs. John F. Thornton, and Mrs. Interior pastel painting, and repairs r "
result of their duties are just as Important. Our O. B. Moody Mr. and
letters
hope that they will receive many as a request
insurance rates are determinedby Ridge. Md. Mrs. Seeber Moody Mr. and Mrs. and is at present being occupied -
believe such between friends in different
for we that correspondence the efficiency of the Fire De (Editor's note: That's taking In Fernle Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Troy by two Road Department I

parts of the world will help to cement friendships between na- partment.One an awful lot of territory Mrs. T., Dukes Bill Dukes Mrs. Minnie Employees and their families. ep9y) OyDEF) SERVICE Phone 52..J

tions and might be one small factor in helping to maintain worldpeace. of the features that especially but It sounds awfully good, any Granger Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Mrs. Hartmann

...L1 appeals to me Is that under way.) Brown and Mrs. Bruce Warren of Fort Lauderdale, have recently w. OLLOW v".vo..

I the Mayor-Commissioner set- Worthington Springs, Mrs. Fronle moved here, and are erecting a

STAYING CLOSE! TO TUB GRAS4! ROOTSTo ; up, when a citizen offers himselfas Dear Brother Matthews: Moody Willis Crimes, and Mr. lovely new home on their property,

our of a candidate for office, he is I want to compliment you upon and Mrs. Jim. Yarbrough. Altogether the former Eugene Blrt place.
way thinking a higher compliment could not have been
the excellent material I find week : Their youngest daughter Joyce,
doing so from a standpoint of there were 65 guests and
paid to the Telegraph than one which was expressed lust week by In the The last entered Bradford County
loyalty and interest In the affairs ly Telegraph. Issue relatives present. High
Edward Williamson, Collector of Florida Manuscripts and' professorof of the city. I have been advised Feb. 4, was of especial interest School, last week in the Junior

Florida history at the University of Florida. 'by those who live In towns to me. "Curfew Ordinance Passes Everyone Is Invited to come to Class Mrs. Oliver the former OUR APPOINTMENT ASSTROMBERGCARLSON

)oCr. Williamson had recently made a rare discovery of some early under this form of governmentthat As Curb To Wave of Juvenile Long Bridge next Monday night Miss Vera Saxon, spent her child

Ismics of the Telegraph In the possession of an old family at Fernan- they are satisfied with the Delinquency". Excellent -shouldbe and hear Bro. Grammel! from New hood In Hampton and old friends RADIO
dlna. He had borrowed York, tie Is a minister and brings extend a most cordial welcometo
these papers and had taken them to the results.A adopted In all communities. :

University to be microfilmed. On his trip to return them to the own- qualified manager could compile Perhaps It should be worded a 1 wonderful messages. her and her family. DEALER IN STARKE

in the little differently In most cases)1 Mrs. Grace Wester and baby Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Hanser
ers Fernandina he kindly stopped by our office to show. them to an inventory of assetsof I
IML. the city, such as the amountof however-"curb to wave of PARENTAL and Mr and Mrs Dick Carroll of and son, Al of Flat Rock. Ala. They May Be Seen In Our Show-

I, delinquency"! Jacksonville were visiting Mr.'and have been visiting relatives here
sewer and water mains and Room
Some time ago the Telegraph loaned its! old flies to the Library of TodaylSTROI
equipment Incident thereto, and Just a word of appreciationfor Mrs. Ira Merritt Saturday night the past week.
Florida History at the University and during his visit to our office
the miles of wire and equipment your excellent editorial and and Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Rodgers returned to
: ERG CARLSON RADIOS
:Mr. Williamson said: "We prize the old flies of the Telegraph -
very Incident to the electrical dlstrl- news dispensing work. Mrs. Jessie Lazenby and mother, her home in Jacksonville Sunday RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS and TELEVISION
highly. They are In better condition and are than
more complete most John S. Lull afternoon after spending several
. butlon. This Information would enable Mrs. Rhoda bowling, of Gainesville
newspaper files of that period. The Telegraph also seems to be closer the city fathers to form a Penney Farms Fla visited folks In this community days with her mother, Mrs. Della

to the grass roots than most of its contemporaries, and gives us a budget at the beginning of the Monday afternoon.Mr. I Dyal and sister, Mrs. Alma Saxon. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

betUr picture of the period since It started publication in 1879.. fiscal year. This has never been Gentlemen: and Mrs. J. P. Hammockand Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon, of

Close to the grass roots! If Mr. Williamson had sought throughout done to any knowledge and I be- Just a kindly hint. I suggest daughter Betty, of Jacksonville Oakland Park, spent last week Court 6 Madison St. Stark. Fta.
that the Mayor of Starke assumea
tile dictionary he could not have found two words that would lieve that Starke Is perhaps the spent Saturday night and here with relatives. They were

have sounded more pleasing to our editorial ears. May the Telegraph only town of its size and Import he little is attending more dignified a Council pose meetingand rvhen Sunday with their sister Mra. I enroute to their home after spend

ever remain as it was-even In those early days-close to the grasa i ance that does not operate on a having his picture made. I Nan Merritt. Pledger Johns, Charlie !
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root*! budget. Any business man who Just a thought-but the Mayor Johns, Lester Johns Leslie


k I I has will M very__agree ever eeeenual-eepeclauy served with me on that the a Council budget wnen should An be an Old ample.Subscriber .. 3app Saturday.Miss fair and.'in Bobby Tampa Crews Friday attendedthe and SAVE MORE &EAT MORE AT YOUR

Gainesville Fla. I
the city is called on for deserved
"ANNIS: donations. P. 'S.No hard feelings, Jake. Cosette Sapp of Jackson
; See Telegraph of Feb. 4. ville visited her parents Mr. and
I would like for our citizensto
I Mrs. E. A. Sapp Tuesday and
: think these matters over.

CONCRETE BLOCKS Starke Is rapidly reaching the Forester Suggests Wednesday JITNEYJUNGLERound
Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Crews,
stage where we must think problems Slash
Pine
Ready MIx Concrete Builder Hardware out and try to r'atile As Ur.. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp, Pete

Mont Everything To Build., Repair or )Kontettcl. solution that will be best for the Official State TreeThe Sapp and Jerry Merritt attended
church services at Johnstown Sun I
Interest of all.
ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES' Inc. Yours truly, Forest Service may ask the day. ,
1080-1048 W. Main Street South
legislature to designate a state
Judge M. Smith .
r..e 211 21* GAINKSVILLB: P. O. Boll 6ft tree for Florida.

(Weekly Newsletter from the of- Florida already has a state flower -

(Ice of Charles E. Bennett Con a state bird and a state song- Lawtey Steak -
the orange blossom the mockingbird %
gressman.) By ... H. Fmtck !
February 5, 1949 and "Suwannee River" re- .

TIb Due to the fact that I had a spectively. But it has no state

R.B.ALVAREZ&SON STORAGE COD tan the other day and broke my tree.What BEER ZONING MEASURE I Sirloin Steak c
DEFBATED AT POLLS
right leg In three places, I have would be a good tree?
been conducting my Second Con- State Forester C. H. Coulter The Lawtey City Council met in

We operate local gresslonal District business from thinks the slash pine Is as suitable regular session In the City Hall I

A long dJataaeectS my hospital room In Walter Reed as any and more suitable than Monday night and accepted the T-Bone Steak

Hospital here In Washington So, most.For report of the canvassing boardon ',
anywhere Im U.S. If any of you do not get quite as one thing he reports, no the special election held Wednesday -
other state has the slash Feb. 2. There 49 ,
EXCELLENTSTORAGE: prompt a reply as usual you will pine as were
know the reason.I Its official tree. You can't say votes in favor of zoning the town
that for the live the the sale of and 56 u,:
amt getting along fine and anticipate oak magnolia against beer /: '
,Q returning to the floor of or half a dozen other trees opposed to such zoning. H. T.

1r FACILITIES the House at a very early date. which might be chosen. lasser was employed as marshall

1. Most of my time this week has The Slash pine is a highly repre. for the remainder of the year.P. .
Per ; _
Agents
been spent in numerous conferences sentative Florida tree, Coulter
:
adds. It from the state's T. A. MEETINGThe .
DelcherBros.' and considerable study to grows .
r See us first f the proposed wage-hour law. I I western boundary to below Miami.It Lawtey P. T. A. met In -

think that the minimum wage of isn't quite as attractive as the regular session Tuesday night at

I 40e set some years back shouldbe longleaf pine (to which another 1 7:30: o'clock with the president,

raised; but It Is my conclusion state has beaten Florida anyway) Mrs. Ed Durban, In charge. Aftera Fresh lb. Fresh lb.

that there should be a formula set but it produces a lot of gum for I' short business session Mrs.
RIBS 45c
turpentine and rosin. Durban Introduced Mrs. McKnlght Country MULLET. 22c

Why have a state tree? the county health nurse, who ex- ,

AUTOMOBILE It would give Floridians some- plained the testing of the hearing

LIABILITY INSURANCE thing official to plant on Arbor of school children. She stressed Smoked lb. Cudahy's 1&.

Day. the Importance of the care of the

Although not comanlsoitf It Is And it would give Coulter something ear. During the social hour Mrs. BACON - 43c Pure LARD 15c
much safer to Liability -
carry to send the people who Warren Mrs. Wall and Mrs. ,
( iasra iee. I represent o.ly old
write in from time to time to re- Blount served doughnuts coffee
.
line reliable stock _
pIIDIee. port they're making a map of and hot chocolate.
Your business) will be -
appreciate
the United States with each tree
*. New enrolled in school
pupils 10 tt. Potatoes 35
made of wood from its own tree
this week Libby Lotty and
m W. Call Street -and will the state forester please are
LeRoy Yarbrough, and Gene* and
Opposite Bradford Co. Telerraa supply some wood from Florida's C
rtMno 154 tree. Betty Faye Norman, all from
Jacksonville.Mrs. .
N. D. Wa awr12ht. Jr. J. P. Wyrlck. Mrs. Fred

PainT' '' Moore Mrs. Joyce Futch, and TISSUE ONIONS
Arthritis 2 for f 15c 14cGerber's
3 Ib.
Miss Elizabeth Terry were shop- - <<:

nwe, a itlh::n r .terns help I.e ping; In Jacksonville last Saturday. ,
:
A .. a.a awe aa e..n .,, arthtny
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION $..-a IeYesa-..h>..Mrt eraala 117t..a Miss Betty Wainwright of Jacksonville 3 For25c
tit olr'N / ( w-k.{5105.11....awed tore a. Iceberg
\ Ri ..assn ms',. UmtaUoB$ psi. M se ... is visitingher grandmother
rss' .4 nr.s.4 r..a a.teAtpIg.. Mrs. T. L. Wainwright this Food LETTUCE 25c
n.e i..ara a'r.. a.wR.- Baby - 2 f for -
-.........-..-lless........ week. ,
The L. L. Yarbrough familyof

for BodiesActive I Jacksonville have moved to No. 2 112! Can HUNTS Green
Energy Busy Lawtey and are occupying the

EXPERT Arwood cottage. PEACHES29c CABBAGE ft. 3c
bodies thrive on milk. And boys and Wayne and Larry Mixon of -

girls love milk especially GUSTAFSON'Smilk Jacksonville were visiting their

which always hits the spot with young grandmother Mrs. Will Edwards,

sters of every age. Long, happy hours of play 1cad1seo last week.

demand the wealth o( energy that's in every Miss Marguerite Wainwright of r Tangerines 2 doz. 19
F9U,Tallahassee spent last week-
bottle.>> For goodness sake be sure that It's
GUSTAFSON'S milk I end with her parents, Mr. and C
Mrs. T. L. Wainwrlght.

GREEN SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Roberta I
TELEPHONE COVE 2312 COLLECT
spa attended the funeral of Capt. Elmo
FOR DELIYERY.GUSTAFSON'S .
PHARMACISTPhone .
Struth In Starke last Sunday.The

SERVICEChas. Nelson Blocker family of PLENTY PARKING SPACE WE DELIVER
DAIRY 64 STARKEOntheMinit Atlantic Beach were recent visitors -

Service C. in Lawtey.
PHONE 2312 Mr. and Mrs. James Blackshear

Green Cove Springs. Florida DAY & NIGHT ShepherdAt and baby of Klngsley Lake were PHONE 231
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill
SERVING STAUKB DAILY
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BRADFORD COITNTV TEL.CGR.4Pn. STARKE. FLORIDAlantic
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pcean.FE'rnandlna. Marvin Warren Donald Richie equivalent of one weekend train- In Circuit ("..n.... Dradfurd. Connl'lttrldni .". You are required to I ---
appear on
Daisy Wilkerson Gerald Brown Ing period of two days In addition In Chancery. Pebrunrv, 2Kth. Iq.'. In the abnv. J4, 1444.
was defeated by the Rodney Lj, LI.'htottln Plaintiff. Va.Hlanrhe mimed Court urn) ('If"".. wherein !' (OFFICIAL /8KAI.' ) A. J. Thoma.
(jl B. II. S. girls' to the tune of 38- Ada Edwards, Loca Rafuae Edward to their regular armory drills. ('. Ulchtentmn. I.Ittnd..nt. Pliiimtrr eeka ...Ivo".*. Iiritdfonl'' Aa Clerk of Kali Court.
Citna 1089.Order !
Cft Helen No. (County Telegraph shall piil.llKh Tly Haven Crosby, D. C.
Manaey, Joyce Carter I
thrilling ( Publication cad. Netlc to
35. It was a game Order In next. four weekly I ... .
Gwen TRACIIEIW: We hate Tiny Kelrten. 1'I..I' ld I"n Bids., Daytona
I : and Whitfield Peggy Caldwell now Appear \\ltneni hnml
both teams scouring "nip my anil .hIM'' HeHeh. Florida
a T V T K Of i"I.OltII) \ toItlnnche 1I
'; \ tuck" continuously. Captain Car- dolyn McRae Billy Cresaler, and that hurdtfet( practice palter| I C. Llchtenhitti, who.* rHUlenc .at !Sinrke.; )'Iorld... title Atlyn. for fir.. 1-21 41 3Ad. -"

i lie Mae Hall was high scorer with Kasper: Duncan.BR.Ut'ORn for alnil. 9 x 13 alze.! fU rents street Puuirhkeepslv, New
per ream. ..,__
( 21 points Alma Thomas next with York:

__ SJ/YUl I 12, Grace Dickinson with 3, and Bradford. County Trlrraih., February You are 21 required..t, Id 19, to In appear the above on .- -

Doris Moncrlef with 2. "TORNADOES" :><..!... nC Wpeelal M.....'. al. immed Court and cause wherein where I sit. & Joe Marsh
Among: those representing: the tion necessary for the freshmen VS.!! CIIIEFLAN11 Nutlea IM hereby Klvvn that under plaintiff seeks divorce. Krndfor.1 ..
Future Homemakers of America and new students. This project. To place credit where it Is long and by virtue .'f a Final. Hvi-rea County Telegraph, ehnll ptibllnh (thl'.
I overdue the B. H. S. guards deserve The basketball game between mod anil. entered nn the ISlh "lnvof Order' In next four' weekly Isetten.Witnesa 1
Chapter of B. H. S. 'at the State long needed will be a valuable Jammry' A. I>.. 1949 by the I mv hand' and official seal i
the best. Without their excellent Starke and Chlefland Tuesday llnnornbla. John at .mark, Klorldn. thl JanuaryO'FFH'IAT.
Fair In Tampa Friday and Satur- contribution to the student body A. II. MurphreeJudire jFromDuke
defense the season's record February 1, was one of the best of the Clrrult Court, In and 30 U.
day were Carolyn Edwards Julia this year. for t"rudford County In Chancery 8K4L A. j. Thomas
win 'of seven out of ten games of the season. The Tornadoes took A. Clerk of acid Court.Kv .
In favor of Imtbell Wllhelm. Duke Gets His Tractor
a.
Lawson Florence Brown Betty Plans are also being made for would have been impossible. More the lead from the beginning and plaintiff and acalnxt National PIa.> Haven Crosby. I>. ,'. ;
Williams Shirley Harley. Joyce delegates to attend the Beta Club tie Dlxplaya Inc., a corporation: I urHnlieil Charles It. Hi-. .. 204-05 Guaranty
held it all the At times it
Newaome. power to you Betty Ann Flynn way. and existing under. the law LI?.. Jll.lit, Jackionvllle Florldn, ..
Bettye Ann Long and State Convention which is to be close but of Att)'*. for Pit. 1-21 4t 2-11
Clalr Cox and Vemestlne Cox! got pretty they just th. Slut of Florldn. a* defendant -
Marian McRae. Miss Madge Whig held in Lakeland on May 6 and 7. couldn't be beaten. TheB. *. th. iinttemlKned an Special Thomas bought a farm with From where I alt. It'. that spirit
possible
ham. the chapter director accompanied i old Keep B. ..up. S.the Is behind fine work you 100 girls-per H. S. Tornadoes rolled over nnl Master and In aell Chancery to the hlirhent will offer bidder for In fin-nit. In Co.rt(.....,...Bradford...)'. Couaty.Ilaridal the money he'd .saved in the &onI understanding that helps ..at.Ice .

them. After gathering B. II. S. GlrU. Defeat Fernandina ,cent! Chiefland by a grand score of far each before the South Front Alvin .,. My...... Plaintiff. v... LenaKrancea but he couldn't fet s trsrtor.H par democracy .. (rest. Understanding .
Door of the Court House at Sterke. Myera* Defendant. Case No.
information In the form of pamphlets 3833Congratulations 41 to 27. Frank Dryden took the Hradford i otinty.. 10'1"... between 7114.I needed it badly, but was tenth for tile other fellow'sproblem

examining exhibit, and havIng to our B. H. S. leading role with 24 points. In the iea-al houra of aal on Monday Order. at Pnhlleatlon. sad :Wutlra M the local dealer's list. and reepeet, for the other
]FOURTH GRADE IMPROVES February 7th, 194 all of the equity To .Cpps.arState
a big time they came home girl's basketball tram for winning ROOM second place came Jack Eaves ; right, title and 1 Interest of the !; of Florida. to Lena FraneeaMyera. "Tell what old man Peters fellow's rights: -whether It'. Uf
via Lakeland Cypress Gardens I said .defendant, In and to the following whose reeldenc and addrexataut you

to IITln his to
the scoring 6 points. During the half- nino right earn a ,. right
their most exciting of
Spook Hill Bok and game Shortly after school startedwe deitcrlbed property altuat. known la 2.124 Two-notch Uimil. says. "If those fellows ahead
lando. Tower Or- season thus fart February 4th, painted our bulletin boards time John Klein starred by being lying and. beliia lit Bradford Cuun- Columbia, tin nth Carolina: of you agree you'll get the next rant his vote against your caaxii-
ty. Klnrlda. to-wlt: You itre required to appear on
the cagers journeyed to Fernan- yellow. We had some boxes to sit the leading scorer while warming All the atock and aqulpment :March 7th 1941)) In the above named one I get in." "No thank.," says date, or even bin right to enjoy m

dma for the return game. Upon ;on :which we covered with cloth up for the second half.BRADFORD of National riantla LMaplaya: :: Court and cause, wherein ,plaintiffaeeka Duke "I'll just take my turn." moderate, friendly' glass of..beer or

At the last meeting the Beta an early arrival the B. H. S. 1 that the children brought. Afterwe :Ino.K Piitten A. Special' Maattr In divorce ehull\ publish liritdford this Counrv order, Telegraph In- sir--if and when he ehooaee.. Let's

Club decided to write a student teams .went to the beach for a finished the boxes some of the Chancery. next four weekly tamiea.WttneHa But old Peters malls out nine always keep it that war!

handbook containing all Informa stretch on the shores of the At- 1 boys and girls cleaned the win BOYSVS. John Flnrldn' ,;.1.: Atturney Iten "ni"r"Rt"' Plaintiff.Auiruntlne. at sturke, my Florida hand thla and 3rd official of February Real. postcard. And the other tlay he

1e tells Duke his tractor will be in
1-2S at 2-11 1941.Official
dows. Soon after that 1 FERNANDINA
e we got
/]
( seal) A. J Thomas, '
week. "I
next wrote the
I some new shades. Later two Friday. February 4th, Starke !.. Circuit Court, llrailford County, A. Clerk of aultl Court. simply c9 e 'nl C4ull
GREEN BUICK COMPANYNext shelves were added to our book met Fernandina in Fernandlna In Florida In C luineerr.J Hv Haven. Crosby, r>. ("'. facts to the fellows ahead of you. ;
on n ilaree. Plaintiff v.. WilliamRiiKene John J Henderson Kmi Bt Auauatlne They deei.lecllt.! "
case. While we were studying another of the season's best : Game. Ixifendunt.. Case :Je. Jo'lurldli.ly.. fur Plf
( Block To Courthouse. a.. 41* 2-25
) about Arabia we stenciled pictures games. 7104.rdee. I
of I'.hll.tleu. Jt. finite* tot Copyright, 19 f>, United Statel Bremen Fouaaaiia
OFFERS YOU EXPERT MECHANICAL on some curtains and hung them Frank Dryden one of the star |>|......;- -Mate of- Florida. to. In Circuit Court, llradfor.l. fuinllT.Florlitni .
up. We got some new tables and players turned his ankle in the William. Eugene Oar**, whoa* real- In t Saucer .

AND REPAIR SERVICEThe chairs which made the room look first minutes of the !game, and dene IM ar*unknwmVuO re.iulreil to appear on Mnhel M.M-noe. rinlntlfr./ va. R.lmtin.t -
J Mul'iibe liefvndiint. C'nti
Heat In Body Work and Painting very nice. was out for the remainder The February. 28th 19.9. In the abovenanietl No. 7115.Order\ ,
and wherein
Court cause,
We are painting a new bulletin game was well-played but the plaintiff neek* divorce. and ciiHtodvuf ur l>..1011..1.l .n anilole. '

CHARLES TORRUELLA MANAGER board. The students around each score was Bradford 32 and Fernandlna chllil. nrndfoidCounty of Florida to AnpenrPtnle tilt 1 Kilinnn.l. .T.
,
Tvlea-raph fthnll publlnh thla .
(J. M. C. Parts Goodyear Tires & Tubes table are planning to bring or 47. Jimmy Godwin accounted Onter In next four. weekly iHnueii.Vltnena 1It'l'ah.Vbn.. .... reiildeni' ami a.llr.ss .
,
In 21119 DaWIlt 1'liu'e, llruux
buy some little animal pots for 12 points and was \ mv hum! and oftle.I..I..1at : JUST
1949 BUICK Now On Display IMMEDIATE: DELI'fUYPhOne : Hturke, Florida. thin January. New York) p
and plants to use on their tables. high point man. 21. 19.1UFJo'HIT'[ Yon are rennlrMd, tn appear on
226 One day this week we are goingto After the game the boys and ( f1F: \I.< A..I Thftn,... Mnreh 7. IJM1)! In the nliove nnmed
.
Aa flerk of paid Court. Court an.l eitune, wherein plnlntlff I I
buy some wax to use on the girls had dinner at the "Sand Bar". Hv ITnven Cronliv, 1'. C. seek divort-e.I Urnitford I County TeteNrrnph -
: :
.-. .. tables chairs and desks. John. J. I llcmleiHon 1':0'1.: | St. .A 1111'11. shall putillNh this onler. In
-----------Ie.e------- ---- next foureekty iHHtlea.Wltneett .
II". 1* lorl.la.Attya. .
i ir. Nancy Lee Bates for 1'lf. 1-28 4t 2-18 ptv hand nnd. offlelnl seal, \
nt Ht.n-k" ., 'IOI'hlll. tills February
:Mrs. Harts Fourth Grade i'M2t\
.::;, t rr.MEMBERS: AT I'AIK lit CIrcuit c........ llriiiUord. ('....... 3, 1941.
Mr. Ferguson and 23 boys of I Kliirlilni In < hmicerr.Irii Official.. Kent) .\. J ThnmaaAa .1
Cler, Uof anltl CouriHy
TORNADO TALES the Bradford Future Farmer Chap I I..H.aii. "Mtrli-khind Plillnlirf. ve.ruitllne .
.
1 In ven croNliv 1' C. .'
I I Kri-i.i> "Strickland Jiufuanl .
Si-ems like Seniors are still ter left Friday at 0 a m. for tho <'IIC.. No. 70'l.1.Order '! : Frank Limdruin, Httuke, l-'lorlil. .
: working hard trying to get the State Fair at Tampa to enter 4if liihlleall.n'' A Police tflts.uenr. Ally I for 1'lf. 2-4 4t 2-3 '
Stale of Florida I.I l
Annual ready to be published.; Incidentally boys In the Judging contest which I'ttullne l Vreeiie SlrlrklitndtiuH* ,..t.Ito \itllenlli| .n for '1'". lleet.1

this is the last week was hold there Saturday. I nlden.e. it tii Hd.I re.a luat known NotlLIM. herehv Klven. 'I'hut, ''r.'lI.lv. icTft1C '
.la Con way. H. "'.: I .. (' lOdniii-dn.: hol.ler.. of TuIVltiricatM .. iN
you can order. Jerold Norman Arley Underhlll You tire re.iilre.l| to nni> ar on No. 2711!', I third dayAHUM Lewis just said that Friday is and Thomas Hamilton composedthe February SHth It4't' In tie above A.I I P. lfl.1l him filed .11 hi *0D1P10 -4. -
named Cum and I cit use, wherein rertlfIcniu* 'In my offlio and iniidtfnppllnallnit \
\ the last day you can enter in the team that went to judge cows. nlitlntlff I aenka dlvoruu I and eilHlndvdf for t tux deed. I to incIte \3a

Golden Gloves Tournament. Since Rodney Hall Carl Edwards and c Ii I 1,1 ICtI nrutlfnrdCounty thereon I lu n.eor.luneHilh' law
Hnld lento vnitirnceH. ihe,, following .
TelPKraph ntiull publlnli thl cert '
one of our friends Is competingIn Leslie Sapp were on the Hay ..",..1.*r I lit ,next four weekly iNHilei .i.'a.. .'t'il.e ,property, nlMiate. \\j't
the tournament hear he gaineda Grain and Forage Judging Team. Wltneea mv hand and off Ichil nealnt I In lirndford, I County, Florldn. to
fttnrko, Florida 1 thla January wit SW'., of % NK': HM'Jof :
Dream Girl. The boys who were not on the 20 1. NKl, of N W t.ttl"I.::[ :1 IR. TownKhlp -
Check Your Roofing And Siding Honor roll for 12th grade: Frances judging teams were having a good ( SR\I.: A. J. Thomna II Hnulh HUNK, 22 Knot: con. usH101JE #' 0a .-,
Idell Vivian A. Clerk of sold. Court tuliilnic, 20 ...r.. tuoin or ItfNa.Til C .-
Barry Landrum
time seeing the midway viewingthe Tly haven (',,,"hy. T>. C. nHHennnieut' of mild, proliertyunder 1W I ItF'etl.
McRae Barbara Moore Kenneth exhibits and looking at the Jnhn .1. llendemon, lOnq, St. Auitti.t .- : I th* wuld certlfletit I I* I lHt.tie.1, ;/ ivnn
In Florida. In th. iiiliii of Mm. Joaephlna Kd
A leaky roof or damaged siding can not only Gridcr Madge Brownlee. Pat Me- beautiful cows and horses. Attya.* fur flf. 1-28 4t 1.18 w n rd s.Unless.
Griff. Ruth Edwards Betty Ann aiihl, certificate' hnll I liere.leemeil .
ruin your precious furniture and furnishings Flynn Carlie Mae Hall Doris lit (.1....." r....... Hradford County,. iti-eor.llliir I to lit\\'. t..V
t"u.ltln I Iii t'hsuil'ry. deed will i I I IHNIIO), thereon on I th* 7th 7
they can also undermine the very structureof Moncrief, Audrey Moore George ? Murlon Church, Culen, Plnlntlff.I I I va duv of Mnreh, A. D ItM'l. 'dED I I1It1A"'L'
Roberts Ruth Stanley I.'. Cube: l>ef ndiint. Can n..I..1( I thin 3rd day. uf Felirimry
your home. We urge you to inspect your Sibley. LakeCeneva No. TOM.Order A. n. 1141lorrirlnl 5 .C110''"
Did you see Henry Bennett explaining ..( Piibllenllon I 'II.at I,.. to I l'4"RI!) A. J. Thnrnnn,. ,
home carefully then see our experts for the In Plane A..p....... Stale of Florldn. lotrltunley Clerk iif I'lreult I 'C.iuil,, I lludr.ir" l
a proposition liy Blanche Cunningham V. C...le.., wh..H. reHl.lenreInnt County. Florida. 2-4 4t 2-2n ...
roofing and siding you need. Geometry to Kenneth Gilder? known und nddreiiH. ,lit 1 11 I'JIl .1. n.1I1

Hear through the grape vine S C Front "'I.. Muricitn. citv Toiillunit: In ( i leeult (......... llrliilford. I'niinlrI'lorldiii etlee las
Call 45 i You are renulred to appanr" onFelirimiy In t h.......,..
for free estimate.
today a that: Ruth Toomoy's elegant description Aboard the Aircraft Carrier USS 2 St lh. 1'H'I' I In the iihovitnnmed l.onnlr., M..Milliin, .Ir.. I'lnlntlff,

of peasant life in the 13th Franklin D. Roosevelt which arrived Court it n.i niece, wherein VH. Hhlrlev Ann McMillan: livfendlint In tlirj new TOPfliplit. cloclric milling nidcliinc. liuilt-in
plulntirr seekS. divorce' un.l "tliitnu Cam.* No, 7'"II''0llrder
century was super. She rated an In Norfolk Va. on Jan. 21 I of llrn.lfor, .. .. steel liions ollieo clutter You'll
name of I'll hllelil Inn \iille i toi cii. rut to a murmur. turnout
STARKE BUILDERS A from Mrs. Smith. from a cruise In Mediterranean I County I Teleirrnph. nhnll I I pul>lleli I thin .5| |>eHhlrley.... "'n'" lt I"1..11... ....
SUPPLIESPHONE Order .In next four weekly iHmieaVltnenH work with! tliis faster
An.lcMllilin.; ivhu rea- inoro new ease on quieter
waters was Terrill W. Cunningham .
:loa I pupils In Mrs. Long's 10th > I mv hand ami official mini I lileneu In, Ml ilu.irKa, 8. C.' *
grade English classes spend apart Aviation Ordnanceman. He 1 nt Hinrke, Kl.n-ldit, thla January. niodrl, with it* ilrrumlinrd 10-key( kejlioar.l. Anti it *

43 ACROSS FROM:: S.A.L. DEPOT of the English class enjoyIng Is among the many enlisted men i I'ao.( 1ft4ikOFF1CIAT.: PRAT.) A. ;Thnmaa ll..lpt"ric-a.J.I.l lulilracM' multiplies( directly as last

from the Roosevelt who will be Aa Clerk of said Court.
STARKE -:- FLORIDA spelling matches and learningnew nv llnven (',...hy. 1'. C. as your lingers will move. COIIIC in-sec it toddy.Cuitliloned .
words each Friday. PuPIl.j based at the Naval Air StationIn John .1. llen.laraon. (':ocl., Ht. AllKU ; 'csieMd1cilWPDOJ

.1-____________,0eoeoeo__ who did not miss a word : .Jacksonville. .. after reporting u in. AUye.tip,... .'"fro'r1'li-.f' *-Zs 4t 2-18 power mntet noise reduces vibration

:Saturday at tnp Dane tie spent Longer motor bar mean new enne of operation.
Court, llra.lforil. fomtFlorl.lill ..
the weekend with his mother In (Ireult
In t.h.........)'. S Famous 10.....' control provide Dew >pee Mrs. Blanche apd .. ,
Cunningham Nelll JameK, PlitUilirf.. v David
brothers.Mr. I JameH, liefenilnnt' ,'11." No. !*I04Order ) Dull antI lotah! la $100,1)00.09.

and Mrs. W. C. Peterson of .of publication Htnl '.>f *Klorldn Nolle* tolKitvl.t toAppear. 1.1.t" ailtla, .uutractc, multiplies elerfrical/y.. 'I

Elwood City Pa. were recent Janice, whose renldenu launYnVi""ar AMERICAN BROADCASTING' CO.
ETZER'SUPER : "'S TNt POftMllf lOll OIHCI AND MUSOMAl USE
)guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray For- renulre.l to appear, on
sythe. February 2sth. 11)19) In the above DIAL 600
nnnteil. Court nnd ,calico WlPl'Clflplain ,
Starke callers Saturday were ) irr neeka .lIv.."'''. llradforilCounty
STORES Mrs. R. Forsythe )Mrs. W. C. Peterson Teleurnph. ahull I pnhllah I Mil"I, JACKSONVILLE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Order In next four,, weekly laaueaWltneml
Mrs. Arnold Cartoon and mv hand. and "fl'l..I"I..1'
:Mrs. B. Cunningham. at 'Kiiirke, Flui.Ida. thin January '=""' .

T. M. Finley was a guest of U.(OFFICIAL 194:'. NI-JAI.) A. J ThollianAa _ .
the Keystone Heights Chamber Clerk of "aid Court
Haven CroBl.y. I>. ('. \\
"Where You Get The MOST And The REST For LESS"WE of Commerce at Its. annual ban- ny Kuril;, II. l>Jiickaonvlllo.oimliia. 606 Lynch Florida fundIliW :' ., \\ II.42q
quet last Saturday night. I '
Vlf l-2 4t 2.18!
for
Mrs. Ida. Gentry daughter, Lillian Atty ,
RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES and their guestS Mr. and ; In I..I...rhl.1 In I Hniieerr.Melvln .
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11 & 12 Mrs. Trafford Conrad of Lancaster -' Foremuti, Plnlntlff va Ml

Ohio were In Green Cove .ml I "Foreman, Hefendiint. Cane No

and Orange Park last Sunday. 1102.Order. of Pnhllcallnn. 1llee. to

:CiMpea.?. t"reull Xlnle fl' of wh".Klorldnand"B reelI' .."'tl... (I)

CRISCO 3 .can85c Extra Drill Time ,ldre.. laHmllh: "Street. Clover.
*. H. C.: f
Authorized For I You Are required, to appear on.Pehrnnrv ft
lh. 1141.* the ,hove
: :I'.I:
:
I named Court: and wherein eLU-eL
National Guard I plnlntlff .."..k" .11 V'''''". IIrnII.,1, NEW
I, County Teleiiraph ahull puhllHh.) thin
11 I oz. bottle Stokley's 16 oz. McGrath'.s:: ; Or.ter in next four weekly laan.aWltneiia .
Capt. Hugh B. Ingram, commander I i mv hand and of f...1"1..1

of the local National at Starke, Florida, thiN JanuaryoVVCIAf. .

CATSUP .. 15c Pork & Beans 7c Guard Company announces that' ( / foil':"'.) A. J ThoniaAa -- 1
-
nine more young men have just Clerk of milil, Court rkflffe6lS
1) C'. '
If"v..n t'nnCtV. .
been enlisted. bringing the total "y -
'1' Frank r."n.lru"!, Htarke, FlorMa. -
Teagarden ConcordGRAPEJUICEpint personnel of the company to 59 Ally. for Plf 1-31 it a-H VaI

Blue Rose RICE enlisted men and seven officers. In ( Ireult Court-. llrailford Cuunlr<. 1- _I /fr

19c New authorized strength of the { litrl.lni In t hnneerr.Herman .
.. Plaintiff va JeanKaminii.
,
i I.m "
unit Is 79 men and 11 officers Defendant Can No. 7ID1Order \'
and Capt. Ingram states that the ..f I'nbllf-allon A \..li'q'. tppene. .. '
3 lb. pkg. 33cMother's nintf ot l-'l..rl.,ln lot -.: _
QUART-35c - recruiting drive will be continued Jiaii Kamenrt. who... rvaldenc and STAYS SILENT

until full strength Is reached. aflitreea I.. \Unknown'
You are required to appear on
The most recent recruits are February 2Mth. 18.'., In tint above

Clifford E. Bloodsworth JamesL. named Court! and mime, wherein 'r1j i

Best GRITS c Godwin George A. Wlnkler, County,plaintiff Telegraph eeek illvor.e shall puhllHh llradford thin, LASTS LONGER

Van Priest. Frank Dryden George Order In next four weekly lenuea
5 Ib. 19 and Clifton Witness. mv hand and official neal I ,
Teaton. F. ,
pkg. Ray Griffin -I
at Stark, Florida. this January a ,,.,,, __
CORN MEAL E. Grlffls. 27. 1">4'' C -

or Delight "All veterans as well as. other (OFFICIAL A*SKAf.Clerk) of A..I eald Thomas Court. .S.-7',_-t *'8I ,. I Now you can get the famoua Server'J"a

young men are urged to Investigate nr Haven Cro.hy, T>. C'. t H'frilf/ltlltor-only( refrigerator '
-------
T frank Ijinrtrum Htnrke:! Florl'la -
the opportunities of the New Ally\ fur Plf 1-2 4t 2-11 s-- that atnyl silent, I la.ta longer. The

Armour's PURE Good Irish POTATOES National, Guard." Capt Ingram .. ._ '.
!. In Circuit (:....-.... llradfurd 1'onnlr, .:_ ':_ reason? It* different simpler freeiing -
siaiea. \ mew vacancies remain .1..lot. II. C Iv.aeery. .4Tyrf system l has no moving parts.1' '
LARD lb. 15c 10 Ib. 39c In Key positions such as radio llemchell K. Crneby Plaintiff.: Vu _, T i I ''I '
- - .. administration and platoon lead- Alvl S.Ourley.. 7innOrdve 'Cron by;, Jjefendant.I'M" ; I Just a tiny gas. flame doe the work.

ers." .f Pahllrntl.m Mntlee l.,. More than two million milieu are
A. r. nlat nt Klorl.la tai --
Rood: White Fresh Ground Extra weekend drills. :were recently -[ AlviN pa aurley ,',o."y, whi,.. real-' ,- enjoying Svrvrl Ca Refrigerator

BACON lb. 23c HAMBURGER lb. 35c in addition authorized to the 48 for regular the Guard week I dance You (arc a unknown required! : tn In appear the above nn right now. Many* have had their
February 2th 1447. 18 and 20 year And all of them
ly armory training periods. This named Court ant cause, wh.'r.inpie
,
in I 1ff .....k. II..."r..... FlradfonlCounty will tell you 'Tick Serve! It stays f fno
extra Is Intended to
training per. Telearaph nhnll puhlleh. thiN
mlt units to complete preliminary Order In' next four weekly' I.......... loe.tr....,ewear-fr year after year.'"
Wltnewa. my hanfl and of f lelal seal Aw.f
record. and familiarization firing at Hlark' Florida' thIs January _._ .-
c of small, arms at home stations, 37. IO.! FREI BOOK
Winner OLEO lb. 21Fresh or in the to allow ((,"' '''ICIA .' /OF:,\1.) A. J Thomas
vicinity more
Aa clerk of Maid Court. In M...., MirgarelMtBrut '
concentration on unit tralnlnrdurinA' ny Haven Crosby n. 11. -
If O. Hrown, Vta'rk.. Florida.
the annual field
training Atly for Plf. 1-2 4t 2-11
period. 5 .. 111. why there.Stop '.
awh a d.II'........ m r.- ,
lb. Fresh Ib. During calendar 1949. Guard : f.........r*. and .how tochiMMw a
units are authorized to take theIACKACHE t __ 'W b ::4/7 lh. rmrl, one toe
your home la and
set your ,... copy of
PORK
BEEF TRIPE 19c SIDES 25c
: _
I "liMide. 8..."* .liv ra-
ilio. .b..lov.il ...........

_ -. --. I I'on',.I..y.' lie..', put
cit( lettIng you..
Standard PT. Fresh Pork lb. to** eojafMttec a.l> toe aetaeha.
_&M. rataa, cmiine at _b... *traaaty
aria*. WnI.Cs) .anjii, .... ralaa,
59c .*)** aailtr *.... .... ._*u.ai aaaie*. 4vrvaaJ SLADE GAS CO.
OYSTERS - SHOULDERS 25c .. a4 ann.*jiil ......... try Cytfn. Oulea.**aiptMctwa
-. ., aMney a*<* -,.StM14. A*.
fvtar dtvim Ie C.*... nx*,. 4 Phone 121 Two DOOM From Railroad On E. Call

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PAGE FOCR BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEOR.IPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA FR IIU V. FEBRUARY 11. 1940!

.
Methodist Circles Slade Home Scene delphinium, pink carnations and I IS o'clock were 100 friends of the
I honored guests and hostesses.

SOCIETY and CLUBS : Met Here MondayCircles Of Lovely Tea I flanked silver leaves by pink in tapers a silver In silver bowl, Club

+ One and Two of the Tusday AfternoonThe holders. Pouring from the silver Junior
.
Office Gladys Mooty R..DC'erhODe Methodist WSCS held their monthly I'service were Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll Met Last WeekThe
29 Editor Phone S3 meeting Monday afternoon at Kingsley Lake home of I I of Jacksonville and Mrs Fletcher -

3 o'clock. Mrs. T. H. Slade was thee setting Burnett.. A lovely arrange monthly meeting of the

Circle One met with Mrs. C. E. Tuesday afternoon of Jne of the ment of pink gladioli centeredthe Junior Woman's Club was held

Miss Lila Rae Caldwell Becomes Bride lernwall on W. Call Street. The most delightful teas of the spring buffet, balanced by lighted Wednesday evening of last week

Of Alex Yawn In Lovely Ceremony On Feb. Ternwall home :was decorated Jasmine with season. Hostesses for the party pink tapers. with Miss Lillian Stump, president -
of
arrangement: yellow were Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis, Mrs.T. During the afternoon piano selections -
The marriage of Miss Llla Rae A. W. Anderson Jr., as her ma and potted plants. There were 12 T. Long and Mrs. T. H. Slade, were played by Mrs. K. presiding.
of Mr. and tron of honor. Another slater Mis, members and three visitors pre honoring Mrs. L. R. Lewis of G. Duncan and Mrs. L. A Canova. Plans were made to redecoratethe
Caldwell,
daughter I June Caldwell, and the groom', vent. Wilmington Dela., Mrs. F. H. Those Invited to assist In entertaining kitchen In the Club building
:Mrs. James Glover Caldwell, to I cousin. Miss Doris :Moncrlef wen. Mrs. J. B. Cottrell leader con Long of Starke anMrs.\ .. W. S. the guests were Mrs.K. as the main project of the year.
Theron Alexander Yawn, son of ducted the business meeting consisting Slade of New members voted on were Mrs.A. .
.
bridesmaid These attendant t C :rJ Baxley, Ga. G. Duncan Mrs. J.V. Andrews -
Mrs. Z. R. Jones of Donaldson. I ,a .. of reports from Mrs. L>,
Jr. John Hall
J. Thomas ,.Mra. ,
wore'identical'' gowns of gold ne t Guests were greeted at the door Mrs. A. Y. Covington, Mrs.
vtlle, Ga. was solemnized In the D. Green secretary and Mrs. L.
Marian Brown, Mrs. Carson
? I lines wltl R' S. Miss
fashioned on princess by the honor guests who wore Fletcher Burnett. Mrs. Bryant
State Farm Community Clubhouse A.Davis, treasurer Mrs. J. T. Guy
Feb peplums trimmed with sequins hf corsages of ,white gladioli and Carroll, Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mrs Roberts and Mrs. Lawrence
and
Wednesday evening. of Hampton led the prayer
Their cascade bouquets were o 1a carnations! and the hostesses J. G. Godwin Mrs H. C. Ritch, Dugger,
o'clock. Rev. L. ,i Hill had of the
ruary 2. at ;:30 Mrs. J. R. charge
assisted blue gladioli and matching flower. iA why wore pastel shade corsages. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. O. I* A rummage sale will be held
A. Shepherd, Chaplain devotionals. Mrs. W. G. Halle
adorned their hair. Artistic Beasley Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs.J. soon by the Club and any donations
by Dr. J. Warren Kaufman, minister gave a talk on Advance Programsfor arrangements of'pastel
I I of the Starke Presbyterian White satin was. chosen by thi > WSCS. shade spring flowers were placedat H. Ritch, and Mrs. E. L. Mat- are to be taken to the Smart

Church officiated at the impresslve bride for her gown which feature .,. % Mrs. Hernwall, assisted by Mrs. points of Interest throughoutthe thews. Shop or contact Mrs. D. L. Thomas -

double ring ceremony.The a fitted bodice closed down the. L. D. Green co-hostess., serveda i living room and sun porch, Invited to call from 3:30: to phone 156W.ALVAREZ' .

back with self-covered buttons ;, h' .. eaWef.w / the social forming the effective decorationsfor .
Improvised altar was decorated salad course during -- -------- --- ------ -- -- --
-
The long sleeves ended In points 9 the occasion.

ft background with white of fern gladioli and against native over her hands. The yoke was ol 1 1t -.. hour. The tea table was overlaid with Men's Clothing IllI II

greenery. Lighted white tapers In net bordered with Chantilly lace Circle Two met with Mrs. Ber- an imported lace cloth and was 11111 STORE Established I 1891 I II
This handsome lace also edge tha Pearce on VV. Madison Streetwith centered with
an of
soft
cathedral candelabra cast a arrangement
points that showed at the seal .. 13 members present. Mrs.
.
glow over the setting. :Markingthe
lops of the full, circular skirl I. P. Shepherd, leader, presented
ribbons.family pews were white satin which terminated In a long train, Mrs. L.V.. Koch who conductedthe \

Her finger-tip veil of bridal Illusion meeting.
:Mrs. E. M. Davis pianist rendered held In \. .' Mrs. A, Wood, chairman I
was place by a ,, :> program
a of nuptial music .,.", : :. .I\\.
program
"Let
the
coronet of seed pearl The bride uavi presented topic I
and Miss Evelyn Stump sang carried a cascade bouquet of white the People See" on African Missionary reu
"Because" and Sweet : .
"Ah Mystery carnations.J. r work.
of Life". Rev. ...."' !\ ,
Shepherd sang It. Moncrief served as best 14: Mrs. Pearce assisted by the co-
"The Lord's Prayer". The tradi- ) >-'; ; hostess, Mrs. Titus Olson served
man for his nephew and usher I '. >',.-. .
tional used. :
wedding marches were
Russian Tea and sandwiches during -
were A. W. Anderson Jr. and Pat ".
The, bride, given In marrlagfe by McOrlff. If "' the social hour.Wesleyan .
her father had her slater, Mrs. :.
Mrs. Caldwell, mother of the

-------- bride, selected teal blue crepe ."," Guild ,0 Jane Parker Valentine r i ip
I II made on tailored lines. Mrs. W, >) Installs Officers
T. Moncrlef grandmother of the .
bridegroom was gowned In black. I The 21 members of the newly- LAYER CAKE }.

PAaR Each wore a shoulder corsage of formed Wesleyan Service Guildof
I .._.
FLA. pink carnations. L. : .. the First Methodist Church
I
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.
Immediately following the ceremony ... held their second meeting at the 87c

.. Mr and Mrs. Caldwell entertained church on Monday' February 7, CA
Sun., Mon., TUCM., ..b. 13-1.1 t Rev. and Mrs.J. .
officers.
at a reception. The receiving MK. AND 1II1tI.X: YAWN are pictured above following their to Install _I N.-
line formed at U. Hill and Mrs. W. L. Blair J '"
MAN EATER was one, marriage in the State Farm Community Clubhouse on February 2. I k ( VALENTINE t-
end of the Club Room with stan acted as coordinators for a beau- \ DEVILS FOODLAYER Double Dip *|_

I OF KOMAON dards of white gladioli against 1r 1- tiful pledge service at which thefollowlnll' &;:
palms> as a background.) The mantel officers were installed: CAKE59c COOKIES ''10.. ....
With Sahu, Si Wlndrll CorlryNews was banked ; with magnolia Mt. and Mrs. Green Sally Ann EppersonHas President, Mrs. C. S. Partin; Vice I1 1' ji 2, .sake! irtSlr2il"irBOX d'
& Short OO f An. '" sure '" makeour
leaves! and held burning white Hosts At DinnerMr. Birthday PartyLittle President, Garnlta Hutto; Treas- Jim.ft '"A > \nlentIne re..h.

't"CI., Thur, Feb. 18, 17 tapers on each side of a low floral urer, Freddie Wimberly; Record- OF 32 OL |'[ II'sweet. Iellelou.oneIt's. ,It's 01.. ._
arrangement./ The bride's table and Mrs. Lex Green enter Sally Ann Epperson, Ing Secretary, Madge Whigham; W iinhlfnllr _ _ _ _ ., ........t Irene the
Mrs
DOtBI.K: FEATURF.: overlaid with white linen, was tained at a dinner party Tuesday daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. and Corresponding Secretary ANN PAGE FOODS whole fnmllr ..Ill..Su
centered with a three-tiered wedding evening at the Guidon Grill hon. Epperson, Jr*. was hostess to her Ed Simpson. '..1'1'
Saddle Mountain cake that was topped with orlng Col. and Mrs. Edwin II their Mrs. Partin appointed several COLORFUL
class
a bridal nosegay.! Balancing the Martin of Ocala, preceding the kindergarten during committees: Mrs. M. W. Cressler, J V
r
Roundup cake were lighted white tapersIn meeting of the American Legion Monday morning session In observance Spiritual Life and Education; Mrs. CUP CAKES ;

Ray (Crash) Corrigan silver candelabra. Miniature Guests included the honored of her fourth birthday Nelson Green, Christian and So- ;z-g-e, Ann Pajre Mayonnai.se' qt. 69c BOX .

AND white silver bells with pink and guests Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gil- anniversary. cial Relations; Audrey Newrhan I 39CJ.-J-

Variety Time white rosebud clappers were at hooly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Contents were played and Kay Publicity; Mrs. T H Osborne; Ann I Mayonnaise: pt. 39c ,OF 6

Edgar Kennedy &: Leon Errol the base of the candloholdors. Ha7.en, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs A. Hart and Dave Long won prizes. Recreation and Supply; and Mrs.C .
.\|''<> New' { Large wedding bells were suspended J. Thomas, Jr. H. Nasworthy, Membership. -
from the overhanging Chewing gum favors were givento After adjournment, the group Ann Page SALAD DRESSING, Qt. .J9c

chandelier. Silver coffee services the youngsters! after refreshments was entertained by members of
Fir Sat. Feb 18
19 NoticeWaldo
Waldo OES
were at each end of the table. of Ice cream and birthday the Women's Society of Christian Ann Page Thousand! Island Dressing 19c .Super-Riqht"Meats '

JlOl'HJ.K: FEATURE These were presided over by Mrs. Service.
Chapter No. 120 OES: cake.
L. F. Chapman Mrs. Joe Wilson, has designated February '11 ait. of The next meeting of the Wesla- Ann Page PEANUT BUTTER, 1 Jb. 3c; '
Sally Ann was the recipient
Open Secret Mrs. M. E. Griner and Mrs. J. A Vincent Brice night. At that time yin Service Guild will be held at =
Jno. Ireland & .lane Randolph Bouvier while Mrs. Lex Green and the Chapter will honor the As- many lovely gifts from her little the home of Mrs. T. T.. Long on Ann Page CRAPE: JELLY, 1 lb. 23c Fla.dres'ddraYnFRYERS

AND Mrs. J. R. Kite cut the wedding sociate Patron. All members of classmates. Monday, March 7.

Code of the RangerWith cake. Becomingly /gowned In a the Chapter and District are cordially Ann Page BLACKBERRY Jelly 12 oz. 23c
Tim McCoy white taffeta formal, Miss Peggy/ Invited to attend.-Mrs. lb. 47cWilson.s

Also Cartoon Si Serial Caldwell kept the bride's book. Catherine Vickers, W. M.; Miss Ann Page Blackberry Preserves, 1 lb. 27c ,
I Others assisting were Mrs. R. Louise Raulerson, Sec'y. cPk4hkl7 I IScetns
---- P. Stubblns Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, I Corn King
-- Ann Page GRAPE JAM: 1 lb. 21c
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Mrs. J. G. Godwin, Mrs. G. J. Me- ford and Starke, were Mrs. J. B. Sliced, Rindless BACON, lb. 49c
Griff. Mrs. W. O. Strlngfellow and
Caldwell grandmother of the __ __ _____
little Misses Frances Caldwell Lou n Ann rage: PLUM: PRESERVES, 1 lb. 21c

Green, Mary River Stubbins bride Mrs. Charlie Luffman Mr. as If It'" .been a week of lively, this week! Smk. Picnics ((6-8 lb.) lb. 39c
PICK Jour POINTNo Jean Mundy and Jane Rlcharde. and Mrs. Clayton Furr Miss bad news Accidents, sickness I F.nd'l..t.U Ann Page, Apricot Preserves, 1 lb. 25c ,

After spending some time with Virginia Luffman, James William, and general all-round hard luck odds and Estelle Black

matter how you like to their guests Mr, and Mrs. Yawn Mr. and Mrs. W II. Smith all But I guess one of those started secretarylng at Clay Electric Ann Page Raspberry! (Preserves 1 lb. 29c

write, Katrrbroolc has the pointto left on their wedding trip to St. from Ocala; Mrs. A. O. Yon \ue, weeks Just has to come along In Keystone Tuesday .Sen. Super Right Heavy West. Beef

cult your tSAteli:1 Augustine Beach. The bride' Mrs. Alice Johnson, Miss Mary every once In a while, so we'll Charley Johns got a telegramfrom
traveling attire was! a forest green make the best of It (What Fuller Warren this week Inviting CHUCK ROAST lb. 55c
Leo Mrs. Thelma Dean, -
suit complemented with black accessories. Johnson. else CAN we do?) Sorry to him to the Governor's' man
2214 s.-.I StJJ., Her shoulder corsage Miss Ksma Leo Dean and Donald hear that Judge Adkins has had sion for dinner Thursday night Fresh Ground Beef, Ib. 49c

T was of white carnations.The Dean all from Fairfield; Mr and to return to Riverside Hospital, and to spend the night Marian Rib or Brisket Stew lb. 29c
:).[ !1j 1jU" bride Is a graduate of Mrs. II. B. Freeze, their children and Roy Ward has also been on Brown entered the U of F Mon Eastern York Imperial ,
f Bradford High School and will the sick list this week Ed: day, transferring from F S U .. -
II. B., Jr., Betty and Catherine,
.rul9Cs6y continue her secretarial work with Dahmer was over lit St. Vincent's She's staying with her uncle and APPLES 31b.29c
the H. C. Wall Agency The bridegroom Wesley Thomas and Misses Lou for a minor operation Wednesdayand anut. Glen & Scootle Duke Smoked Bacon Squares lb. 29c

was graduated from Green- Edwards, Sara Craws and Ernes: Thursday, and Jim (Kings- Shirley Colley writes that she
wood School tine Moore all of Jacksonville Ritch Howell Nas- felt like Cinderella the
High was In the ley Lake) on nightof
9447 fw SbJr Army Air Corps during World and Mrs. Fred Moore and Misses. worthy and Jeannette Klncaid I Jan. 20 when she attended the \\axhlngton Statelnciuin Center Cut Wh/ Bacon lb. 31c
War It and Barbara Mooro and Grace Crewsof President's .
} i: r Is now a law student have been hospitalized at Shady- Inaugural Ball In APPLES, 2 Ib. - 31cioldenhcart ,
at University of Florida Gaines- Lawtey. Washington, D. C. A little
} e-.t....... ville. crest When It rains it pours, "country girl" at such brilliant
9942468 Mr. and Mrs. Yawn are residingat a
Among the out of town guests. the home of Mrs. J, B. Sapp, they say, and It's certainly been affair was more like a dream (, 48'. Super Right Quality LambLEG

,IT' In addition to friends from Ral- 402 North Cherry St., SUrke. raining both literally and flgura- than reality Hear Charlie Florida CELERY, 2 for 25c
Parker Is taking a week nf his
4eadr.4 1'' FP&L vacation and--I isspend'ng 0 LAMB, Ib, 69c

it driving a truck of Chinese Whole Shoulder, Ib. 39c
ii n '' vegetables to New York City POTATOES Wh. 10 lb. 45c
,
BOY! Are We ?
Happy -
1111 --. QUICK<<: FROZEN
Attending( the Vaiign :Monroe

We wanted (hI> find out who read oar IId>4, and WE SURE concert In JacklK'nvllleVednea. New Crop Florida RED PERCH lb. 33c
day of last week the Charles -
FOUND OUT! EVERYBODY: DOES: We completely were
1330 cb'p yd Shepherds, Alma Thomas, George Red Bliss Potatoes 3 lb. 25c
SOLD OUT of Door :Mats by 2:30 o'clock! Friday afternoon Roberts Jr., Charlie Parker Gar. QUICK FROZENWHITING

__-s nlta Hutto, Nina Bishop Bobbie
Cameron, ,"'reddleVlrrbprly., Carolyn FILLETS lb. 27c
I Kinney, an' Alex Purcell Lemons 490's doz. 29c ,
Thin "po'C'lalI" .our popular that we will repeat ll thUU- Fourteen members of Mrs. Fay sz. ,

d end, and we.> Mill try our \cry best to hate one for everyone Gill's family Including the Robbs, '\ol"rl.wr pot .ID

oho conies l>>. the Doyles, and the Gills gathered YELLOW ONIONS, 3 lb. 13c OLEOMARGARINE lb. 25c
| at the Brown Derby for dinner .
/ c \aunt II'" p| tell .

DOOR HATS 2.50 l NOW 10 reunion Sunday seated and around enjoyed a a long nice LARD: 1 fe. 19c; 3 tb. 55c
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vae
ONLY
reg. table Ann Gross certainlyhad )l
a busy time Sunday night FRESH lona FLOUR, 25 lb. 1.49

This is absolutely the last week that we will run this Extra Special. Seems that during the heightof / BUNCHES of

Come In again early. Ask your neighbor if they were a bargain! the rainstorm the drain pipeon lona FLOUR 10 lb. 63c
the roof of her bakery stopped "
up causing buckets of water to CARROTS'f WHIT HOI'SBMILK

3 Burner Oil Stoves On Legs LJMIIEI; ; NUMBER; overflow Into the store While Tall Cans, 3 for 37c

.INUMIEIED HINTS 18.95 3Pc. Bedroom Suits Ann and her helpers were sweep-
Only 2 FOR
Ing out water the deluge caused
.\ nice, Inexpensive. stove that 149.50 val. ONLY $98! her neon sign to short circuit \

will dll the job Economical: Walnut finish-Triple Mirroranlty necessitating calling out the fire 19cOCTAGON TALCO FEEDS

J6te4w0h to operate.. ro" ler Beilt I Large" Cheat. department! < .
SCRATCH: 25 lb' 1.07; 100 lb. .to

.INIW.fOlwr, FOUNTAIN M* Hate a> mt little black widow I.A GJJIASIil: : 25: lb. *1.17; 100 lb. .-57
t Metal Spring Chairs Porch GLIDERS adorning my desk now, replacingthe TOILET SOAP . 7c GROWING !IIASII:25lb.1,17100lb.4.57;
you'll say It's the let-wrlt-
. lag ever used. and i 11.95 NOW 9.95 pretty coral snake exhibited
pen you
were Kttn-nie: Comfort Jb Lifetime
* there for several weeks Jesse . .
I this lif all you pays OCTAGON; CLEANSER 7c Mexene CHILI
ASSORTED. COLOR, Durability Specification Smith found the deadly spidera POWDER 14c
HOLDER1.40* 'I t Qlldcr; 40" ( huge) one, as black widows got "
Choice Of Point .3 5 Huyv: your chairs. Ix-for" the ran' under a board while, working In OCTAGON POWDER* Giant size 21 c Murtew. 11u\IIIe Brown gravy; & Beef 23c
Only 19.95
open* anti get advantage of thin his garden He brought It In
barKaln. The 1II..t romfuriuble' chairCHOICE OF COLORS alive but I quickly had it embalmed OCTAGON FLAKES Large Size 28c IIAM. . 47c

TOTAL 1.75 for porch or ).*r
Other Metal Chairs 6.95 to admire without fear of getting BREEZE, Large Size . . 28c PORK . 43cVEAL.
If ;you bend or break a point bitten Of course I appreciateall

or wish. to change point forany these nice little "pets", but F-A-B . . . 28e 47c
other reaaon just uD..rewtile IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT can't help but wish that someone .
old one and ft a new one ;
from u. for only S3:*. would bring In a rare orchid or SUPER SUDS, Giant Size ... 69c
with \ '
little
something a more &
Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE womanly appeal .
Bradford County I RORAXO, 1,2-lb.,; Size 17c \)\) \\X\)

Telegraph So long See you In the next
151 STARKE. FLA. t DAILY DOG FOOD. 3 for . 25c

'I I j I Carolyn .




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BRADFORD COUNTY TF.I.F.OR\I'JI, STARKR. FLORIDA. FAGS F1YKMm.
FEBRUARY 11, 1919 _
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Henrietta Maxwell of

Jacksonvllla wan the weekend rnB @. yr '' i Kr4'

guest of Mr. and Mr3. Harley it le ,

Strong. J r % a 'p :; i, u
:
!: ; : *
Mr and Mrs Paul Wilhelm of i .

Miami are spending this week I

with their son and daughterinlaw t : :: ; '.' .' l t'

Mr. and Mrs. 9. E. Simmons. 4

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cochman of 4 \

Jacksonville were Sunday guests

of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles. : I j etb

Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Barksdaleand w ; I rt.
t A !
.,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks-

dale and daughter, Bobble Sue, A *
pent Sunday In St. Augustine.Miss Sl "t i 4 "


Hazel Moore, an EasternAir P" ; 1L .
Lines hostess In New Or-

leans, returned to her duties last
after spending ten days #1 4i'% I :
Friday A1& Pir ,. Lt
with her mother, Mrs Louise Ui _'4

Moore. Mrs, Moore entertained 28 :,4 p
guests at an outdoor barbecue at q t. ra

her home of Kingsley Lake on

Saturday, Jan.. 29 for her daughter. j
C ice ;
I gym r 4l' ? A v a ,

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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robb and 4 "r nw M
children of Hastings were Sunday F .1nrt : W + ;tK Rww

guests of Mrs. Fay Gill at I<:ings- .L, .,.... .fir,

ley Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman returned Womanless

Thursday of last week after WeddingOnce I A.'j-'j ,:,

a ten day trip to West Palm .
Beach, Miami and Key West. In a lifetime--or maybe twice-a hardbitten businessmanwill

let his hair down (what there Is left of it) and let dignity fall '.'1 ,

Miss Sharon Hall and Miss Joan where it may, taking part in some amateur theatrical production, I .' )$;. :

Dinkins spent. Saturday and Sunday "sacrificing all" to raise funds for his civic club or some worthwhile
In Tampa as the guests of I
charity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ritter and
Such an event took place In the USO building here Thursday'nightof uF ,,
also attended the State Fair. I
last week with the hilarious results shown In the pictures on this )

Mrs. Earl Johnson and sons, page r a, r l"r ,
I Ji i ,
Holt and Jimmy, are spendingtwo In group above are members of the cant of the "\VomanlE'ss'ed.. rf!

weeks with Mrs. Johnson's ding"' presented to a "standing room only" audience by the Rotary
mother, Mrs J. M. Brownlee
Club of Starke.

Mr. and Mrs. .1.V.. Eddy of From left to right (standing) are: Herbert Deal, president of L e

Waldo were recent guests of Mrs. Starke Rotary, Dr. A. Y. Covington, A. D. Martin, G. S. Newcombchin
/
Mamie Johns. ( whiskers), Fletcher Burnett, Guy Andrews, J. F. Jatidon, Bill i1 kbsI

Graham, B. T. Thomas, J. H. DuPre Mrs. Herbert Deal (who wrote C
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Wardof
and directed the production), L. A. Davie, Lex Green (the minister), J
Dixie, Ga. were .weekend guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward. Joe Hoover (bridegroom), Hans Walker (bridi-i), Ralph Alvarez, E. L.

Matthews (bridesmaids), Bill Mundy and Junlus Smith (the dance I + r

Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs team of'Arthur Murrey and Yolando), Ed shull (at rear between the .ear

H. H Adams attended the Fashion two), G. L. Patten (spit curls), Lucian Conner, Harmon P. Morgan, it i

Show at the George WashingtonHotel J. K. Douglas, P. D. 'Reddish, Tom Slade, and T. K. McClane, Jr., J

in Jacksonville Wednesday announcer. On platform at rear: Bob Metzger, Charlie'Quick, and
of last week.
Howell Nasworthy. Children in front row: Byron Newcomb, Harold i,

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Michaels of Davis, Don McClane, Jimmy Carlisle, Bob Smith, Archie Green, and .T ,1i

Monroevllle, N. Y. are guests at Buzzle Green. Barely showing In back of bridesmaids are Al Carlisle _

Morse's Crescent Court. and Arch Thomas, Jr.. who represented Gov. Fuller Warren and Miss _

Maj. and 1Irs.V.. S. Derrick Alma Warren, respectively.Mrs. .

and son, Rodney, of Atlanta, Ga. -, h

were recent guests of Mr. and T. G. Carter of Provlndonce Rev. B. E. Simmons of St, I

Mrs. J. B. Cottrell. Maj Derrickwas was the guest of Mrs. Laura I. Mark's Episcopal Church left 711 _\t17.

a former commander at Powell the early part of last week. Monday morning for Atlanta, Ga _

Camp Blanding. to attended the Conference on ?
i Mrs H. W. Shipp of Jacksonvillewas Christian Life and Work of the '
Mrs. J. L. Biggs;\ of Jacksonville the guest of her,sinter. Mrs. I
Provincial Department of Social All photographs by Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop
and ,Mrs. J, E. Brown of Los R..A. Newsome, Tuesday. Relations on Feb. 89. Bishop I Three outstanding portrayals were given by trio above, from left II
were'Visiting First
Calif. Entry I I
Angeles,
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mr and Mrs. Jim Ritch and Moody of Lexington Is chairman to right( : W H. (Bill) Graham, who, made Ii properly bosomy matron _

Mrs. G. W. Brown last week. Mrs. Ewell Lawson attended the of the address Department, and the keynote ; of honor with} the assistance of a couple of grapefruit; W. H. ( ) I.
was given by Nodding Mundy who, In yellow wig and silver fox fur, dance, l BUI//I
Mrs. B. F. Flowers returned to State Baptist Sunday School Convention Carter, editor of the Mississippi 1 t Yolando; and J. II. DuPre, billed as the "talleHt /flower girl In captivity Sheriff P. D Reddish (left l \)) made a charming picture In a beribboned -

her home In Ocala a week ago at the First Baptist Delta Democrat-Times, who ". bonnet, while L A. Davis, In modlHh black hut, was brl....,'.
her Jacksonville Tuesday spoke on "The Sign of our Times".
Sunday after visiting daughter Church in ?y rR.wr' mother.

Mrs. Paul Canova, and family, night. Mrs. Ritch and Mrs. Law- The conference discussed many (
phases of life in the Southeast, ,.
week. On Successful
for a Sugestions Rose Growing
of
son were awarded badges hon and the role that the Church

Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr. and or for having one of the 29 stand plays. Mr. Simmons returned to Given By County Home Demonstration AgentThe .t

daughter, Mary Sue, and Martha ard beginner Sunday School departments Starke on Thursday.Mr / 1e t
Landrum spent the weekend at in the State of Florida. t rose probably enjoys the time of heavy loaf shed they can .

the State Fair in Tampa. They Dr. Leonard LeBlanc, S. D.. and Mrs. Fred O. C. Orr Debt greatest popularity of all flowering be gathered unit placed! In the .r 1et
spent Friday night with Mr. and have purchased property on Kings- plants, and Is extensively grown
of Worchester, Mass was the garden, covering the soil to a .
Mrs R. N. White In Plant City guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Icy Lake and are remodelling it for both pleasure and profit, depth of from four to six Inches. +
I
and Saturday night with Mr. and Chaibonneau Tuesday. He was Into rooms and small apartments.. states MlHH Dorothy lions, Home Cow manure npplled two or three

Mrs. C. A. Klpple in Tampa. Sal- enroute from his home to Miami. They plan to have it completedby Demonstration Agent In Florida. Inches. deep over the entire gardennoil
hundreds of thousand of bushesare
ly Ann spent the weekend -
Epperson
r Is a good. practice, and will I
with her grandparents ,Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and son. :March: 1 and will operate under planted> annually by amateur give good results.

and Mrs R. L. Richard in Jacksonville Franklin, and Mrs. Millard Judd the name of "Orr's Anchor". l and commercial growers. However, w
Under all conditions
drove to Valdosta, Gn. Sunday.Mr. attention must blJ given to plantIng practically/
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews and care of the garden tu It Is necessary. to npply commercial y&Hs

Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, and Mrs. Fred Halslop and attended the annual banquet' of insure abundant flower! production. firtlllzeia. If the plants are .
Mrs Edward Burns and Mrs. Carr family and Miss Mary Ella Ward the Keystone Heights! Chamberof MEiAcIJ to make vigorous growth and rga

Cooley heard James Melton sing spend the weekend In Tampa with Commerce last Saturday even The bent. planting/ 'time IK how maximum ,flower production In
.
In the George Washington audi- relatives. While there they attended ing. plants are dormant; this Is December preparing/ the bed for a new planting
torium .Jacksonville, last Friday the Florida State Fair.Mrs. un Duplication! of some good;\ : '
evening Mr and Mrs. D. E. Knight/ wont { i to early February but may source of phosphoric! arid and |"ot- t 1\ 4l .
W. G. Halle entertained at to the Jacksonville airport Tues % vary In either direction as muchas ash should be made and spaded. \ '. ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Turlington luncheon last Friday honoringMrs. day to meet their son, Paul Knightof several weeks. Obtain the Into the suit If superphosphateand 11

and family of Auburndale visitedthe I. P. Shepherd who was New York City, who Is their I bushes as soon as possible. after sulfate! of potash are used .

Lawson families Sunday.Mrs. celebrating her birthday annlver- I guest;\ for a few days. Mr. Knightwas they become dormant BO that the they ran b<> applied' at the rate of l Ma ; ,
sary. Four intimate friends of In Miami last weekend as I root systems may be well established four to, nix pounds and three to ,

P. O. Carpenter spent Mrs. Shepherd enjoyed the oc- the National Broadcasting Com < < by spring. Choone an over- four pounds respectively to each i .)*' :'
Tuesday through Friday of last Jf cost day for planting If possible.Selett 1. I I II
coslon with the honoree and host- pany's producer of the Sunday U 1IM' ) square feet of the rose
week with her sister, Mrs. \V H. a well drained location I I If
eee evening Horace Heldt broadcast I Where the application ICar"l'n'l '
Ford In Cocoa. i that receives at least five hours .
and will go to Tampa this week made at the time of (' f
Everett McKinney of Tallahassee I sunshine a day, preferably morning J.
Friends of Mrs. J. W Klncald: end for the program Sunday evening .Is. recommended that a fertilizer
will be glad to hear she returned was home for the weekend He will return to New York sun, and away from tree rootsor containing to 6'percent nitrogen, '
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. heavy shrubbery Allow eighteen ; .1 ;.
I \
home from Shadycrest Hospitalon lay plane Monday. 8 to 10 percent phosphoric acid i .
I II
\
: Inches to two each
A E. McKinney I feet way and 6 to 8 parent potash be applied :. t.J} wr,3

Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Paton Mizell. and I Mrs I. P. Shepherd Is visiting I I for each plant. The bed should be during February. Generally, ,;.. <, --r,t r v" a
Ohio Is her son, Jack in Chattachoochee prepared several weeks In ad.
Lee Rowe of Oberlln. Mrs, I. D. Hawkins and son, Paul 13 to 21)) pounds per 100 square|
visiting his slater, Mrs. Hans Walker of Waldo were Sunday guests of ,I the latter part of this week. vance of planting. feet or about one-half pound per r.I .

and family this week. Olson. I The holes for the plants must plant will prove satisfactory, :
Mr. and Mrs. Titus A meeting of the annual Legal! I
Institute of the Eighth Judicial be large enough for the root systems Late January or early Fvbmliry
Nasworthy
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. I
Mrs C. G. Manlre and daughter, without crowding. In the I :1
Is the time to rones. Make ,
W. Dea- Circuit, being held all day Satur prune ;
and Mr. and Mrs. James :
In Brunswick Margie, and John Kemp attendedthe day In the Hotel Thomas, Gaines- bottom of each hole drop two the cut a little above an outward .
the weekend
ver spent
Gasparilla festivities in Tampa handfuls' of bone meal, and cover
bud. All dead and diseased
and Mrs. ville will be attended from Starke pointing -
; Ga. visiting Mr ,
Friday and Saturday. it lightly with topsoll Dip the ,J
canes should be cut and car-
by Hollls V Knight, presidentof J .
J. O. Deaver. ';:
PALATKA.Pictured aboveIs roots of each plant In a bucketof ,
ried from the to be des
the Bar Association, Lex Green, garden
Mills Ona Demorest spent the
of Jacksonville lovely Miss Neva Langley, 16- water just before planting. Set .
Mrs. W. M. Haight weekend in St. Petersburg with G. L. Patten and Arch Thomas I Iear.old troyed. "
J. H. Fields Junior i 'In Lakeland the new bush so that the roots
visited Mr. Miss Priscilla Hampton. Jr Mr. Knight will preside at the ,
and family Wednesday through banquet In the evening at which 111gb School 'la the first contestant I keep their former shape and position Hints To Housewives ,
bush will
and that the
Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell and Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Green, Mrs to be entered In the so
stand level It
the that
children. Harriet and Bill, visitedMr. Patten and Mra Thomas will be Ninth Annual' Azalea Festival at same CITRITH! PIK
Mrs H. A. Lawson and children, grew In the row. With
nursery
and Mrs, Glenn Wood and among those in attendence.Mrs. to be aged( 'la the Ravine Gar. I There are many delightful recipes I
Julia Ellene, Agnes, and Janice plenty of water, work the soil
children In Clew tut on over the the of citrus "
for use our .
Mrs. C. H. Register and Miss weekend. M. F. Brown daughter. dens on Sunday, Feb. 27, under about the roots, filling the hole 1 M* ,.. IIH '
In enchantingly golden laky pies.
Elizabeth Massey were In Tampaover Florence and son,. Marcus, and he sponsorship of the Palatka' to the ground level. Pack firmly ,
The paatryma be of the crumb
the weekend enjoying the Mra. Annie Laura Neuner of Ann Johns spent from Friday Junior Chamber of Commerce. by trampling with the feet C. H. Nasworthy (Mrs. Walter a P< "
I crust type and can be quickly Doolittle bit of
Fair and in Sarasota where they Tampa was the guest of her slater Miss Langley was entered I enjoys a refreshment -
through Tuesday In Tampa enJoying by A heavy mulch conserves moisture made with graham crakers or a after the ord..al.Ulamour It. T. Thomas (bridegroom'smother
visited the Museum, and Jungle Mrs I. P. Shepherd, recently. the State Fair festivitiesand he Lakeland Jaycces. and is a protection to the prepared cereal-they. nerd no ceased gruelling at his ankles ) seems happy about the

Gardens. Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss visiting Mrs. Brown's parents, roots from excessive. heat or cold cooking and are never tough. For which remained encased In loud! whole thing. Member of) the cast,

Mrs. Emma Capo of St Augustine Lillian Stump spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald. Mrs. McGriff Hostess and keeps down weeds. Aak leaves an eight-Inch pie pan, measure 1 male wx.adirections I i who were seeing each other for

spent the weekend visiting Monticello visiting Mr. and ]Mm. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. TO UDC MembersThe make an excellent mulch. At the 1-2 cup of graham craker crumbs I !! the first time In costume got as ?

her cousin Mrs. Freeman Register W H. Thomson, Jr. They brought of Gainesville were weekend visitors birthday. At that time prizes or cornflakes, crushed, 1-2 cup of I many laughs as the audience.hour. .

Sr. and Mr. Register. their niece, Marlorle Ellen Thom of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, regular monthly meetingof were presented to Peggy. Dale and melted butter or margarine and 1 below); prick lightly

and son back, to- Stark with them Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis. the U. D. C. wa held Wednesday Ana Cressl for their winning" 1-3 tablespoons of sugar. Cream with fork. Bake in hot oven (tM .
Mr. and Mrs. J. AwMlUer for a week' visit of last week at the home of essays on the "Life of Stonewall together throughly right In the degrees Fahrenheit) 8 to 10 minutes I Bran 1'a.!ry hrll

sons, Richard and Dennis visited I Mrs. W. S. Slade of Douglas Mrs.. Q. J. McGriff on E. Call Jackson". Mra. Davis also gavea I pie tin, then spread and pat two set crust. I I Ingredients: 2 tablespoons bran.
and
Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. Miss Ruth Edwards was a I Ga. Is visiting her son, T. H. Street. The meeting was presided report on Patriotic Activities I around to cover the pan evenly Melt butter over low heat; add 3-4 cup sifted flour, 1.4 teaspoon

Mrs. C. F. Laird In Greenville weekend guest of her uncle and Slade, and family this week at over by Mrs. L. A Davis, presi Committee of which she Is Chair- and firmly on all .Ides. Chill s ver- flour and sail and stir until salt 1-1 cup shortening. and Ztnbl..apoona
I
over the weekend.Mr. aunt, Mr. and Mrs.. Leo Edwards, Klngiley Lace. dent. man. al hours before filling. smooth.. Add milk slowly, stirring, cold water! more or

and Mr. Lloyd Lewis and in Fernandina. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Houser and In the absence of the secretary, {I I A meeting of District Two was Grapefruit "Mouffta 11. constantly; cook until thick. Cool' lens).

Mr. Lewis' mother, Mrs.. L. R. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten and son, Al, have returned to their Mrs. E. K. Ferryman took announced for March 30 In Mac- Youth need 3 tablespoons butteror Crush bran Into fine crumbs: mix;
Dela. are minutes. The treasurer's .... I clenny. The historical program margarine, 3 tablespoons flour I slightly neat. egg yolks until
Lewis of Wilmington. son. George, spent last Friday home in Flat Rock Ala. after a th"l and lemon, colored, slowly with flour and salt. Cut In short
guests of Mrs. T. T. Long. The and Saturday In Tallahassee. week's visit with Mr. Houser'a showed a balance of $21.28. I was given by Mrs. Lex Green on 1-2 teaspoon salt, 3-4* cup milk, 2 thick
Add water little
add cooked mixture. Ad l orange ening." a at a
Lloyd Lewis drove Mrs. L. R. ulster, Mrs. Margery H. Colley. were paid by MlM, Olive Ray the Subject "Robert Toomba of eggs, separated, 1 tablespoon
Lewis to St. Petersburg Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. W T Saxon of Mrs. McGriff and $3 contributed I Georgia". grated orange rind 1 cup grepe-I r rind, grapefruit sections and Juice, time until dough Is moist enough

day where she win sojourn fora Oakland Park are visiting Mrs. Mra. J. A. Howe of Miami la by Mrs. Davis for Randolph Relief ,j Delicious\ refreshments were fruit sections, 1-4 cup, grapefruit sugar, and flavoring. Fold in stiffly to hold together. Roll out on ,

week but Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bertha Pearce of Starke and Mr. pending two weeks with her son- fund. Mr*. Davis gave a re- served by the hostesses, Mra.McGriff \. Juice, 1.3 cup sugar, and 1-2 teaspoon beaten egg 'whites. Pour Into lightly floured board to oneeighthInch

Lewis returned to Stark., for a and Mrs, B. Y, Saxon In Hamptonthis ', in-law and daughter, ),[r. and }frs.R. port on the program given at the and Mrs. Lex Green vanilla. pastry shell and. bake. in slow oven I thickness. Fit Into pie pan
week. bran shell (see ((300 degrees Fahrenheit) about 1 trim, edges.FRIDY .
ahort visit\ A. Newsome. school on Stonewall Jackson's' i j during the social hour. e Prepare pastry -



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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORID FKin\V. FEBRUARY 11, 1919
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iN + Methodist Circles Slade Home Scene delphinium pink carnations and I I r S o'clock were 100 friends of the
| and hostesses.
SOCIETY and CLUBSOffice Met Here Monday I Of Lovely Tea flanked silver leaves by pink In tapers a silver in silver bowl honored guests

n..nre.. Circle One and Two of the Tusday AfternoonThe holders. Pouring from the sliver Junior Club
Gladys Mooly Methodist WSCS helJ their monthly -: service were Mrs. Bryant S Carroll Met Last WeekThe
Editor Phone 35 I
rbone 29 Lake home
Kingsley of
II t .LM w' tiB meetings Monday afternoon at of Jacksonville and Mrs. Fletcher
I 3 o'clock. I Mrs T. H. Slade was thee setting : Burnett. A lovely arrangement monthly meeting of the
Circle One met with Aim. C. E. I Tuesday afternoon of dne of the of pink gladioli centeredthe Junior Woman's Club was held

Miss Lila Rae Caldwell Becomes Bride I :iernwall on W. Call Street The most delightful: teas of the spring buffet, balanced by lighted Wednesday evening of last week

Of Alex Yawn In Lovely Ceremony On Feb. 2 :arrangements Ternwall home of;was yellow decorated Jasmine with season. Hostesses for the party pink tapers. with Miss Lillian Stump, presi-
were Mrs.\ Lloyd H. Lewis Mrs. During the afternoon piano selections
W. Anderson Jr., nit her ma and potted plants. There were 12 T. T. Long and Mrs.\ T. H. Slade, were played by Mrs. K dent, presiding.
of honor. Another sister Miss members and three visitors pre honoring Mrs. L. R. Lewis of G. Duncan and Mrs. L. A. Canova, Plans were made to redecoratethe

Caldwell, and the groom's sent. Wilmington Dela., Mrs\ F. H. Those Invited to assist in entertaining kitchen In the Club building
Miss Doris Mon rlf'f. were Mrs. J. B. Cottrell, leader, con- I Long of Starke and Mrs. W. S. the guests were Mrs as the main project of the year.
These attendants r&'ii&& .1'l ducted the business meeting Mrs:con- Slade of Baxley Ga. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. J. W. Andrews New members voted on were Mrs\
.. L.
"' gowns of gold net / sisting of reports from and Mra. L. Guests' were greeted at the door Mrs. A. Y. Covtngton Mrs A. J. Thomas Jr.,,Mrs. John Hall,
D. Green, secretary
an princess lines with A.Davls, treasurer. Mrs. J. T. Guy by the honor guests who wore Fletcher Burnett Mrs. Bryant S. Miss Marian Brown, Mrs. Car
trimmed with sequins. corsages of white gladioli and Carroll. Mrs. 1. D. Vinlng Mra\ son Roberts and Mrs. Lawrence
cascade bouquets were of ,' of Hampton led the prayer and carnations and the hostesses J. G. Godwin, Mrs\ H. C. Ritch, Dugger.
; it b Mrs. J. R. Hill had charge of the
gladioli and matching flowers h 4 4t 1 devotionals. Mrs. W. G. Halle who wore pastel shade corsages. Mrs. J. W. Klncald. Mrs. O. L A rummage sale will be held

their hair. gave a talk on Advance Programsfor Artistic arrangements of pastel Beasley Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. soon by the Club and any dona-
White satin .was chosen by the t WSCS. shade spring flowers were placedat J. H. Ritch. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews tions are to be taken to the Smart

for her gown which featured U1IA' Mrs. Hernwall assisted by Mrs. points of interest throughoutthe Shop or contact Mrs. D. L. Thomas
fitted bodice cloned down the e L. D. Green, co-hostess serveda living room and sun porch, Invited to call from 3:30: to phone 1S3W.ALVAREZ' .
k with self-covered buttons. .,.,. rlytlat salad course during the social forming the effective decorations ,
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sleeves ended In s for
long points the occasion.

.. her hands. The yoke was of .w hour. The tea table was overlaid withan Men's Clothing I lull II
bordered with Chnntllly lace I Circle Two met with Mrs. Bertha Imported lace cloth and was (III STORE Establishel i 1891
handsome lace also edged I Pearce on W. Madison Street.with centered with
an arrangement of ,
that showed at the scal- 13 members present. Mrs.I. -- - '

of the full, circular skirt P. Shepherd leader presentedMrs.
terminated in a long train. 5r 1 L. W. Koch who conducted
fingertip veil of bridal 11- the meeting.
\ held in \ I Mrs. A. Wood, : chairman -
was place by a .. : 'J.' program\
of seed prerbi. The bride presented the topic "Let
a cascade bouquet of white I the People See" on African Mis-

4 I'vk sionary work.
J. II. Morcrlef served as best /S( Mrs. Pearce assisted by the co-
:
for his .nephew and ushers .' ;-:/'.(" hostess, Mrs. Titus Olson served
A. VV Anderson, Jr. and Pat ," -, Russian Tea and sandwiches dur-

Y rk ing the social hour.Wesleyan .

Mrs. Caldwell, mother of the o
', selected teal blue crepe I" Guild Jane Parker Valentine t :'t '
I on tailored lines. Mrs. VV. OfficersThe '
Installs
Moncrlef, gr'ndmothel'ot; the I !l.fi .
was gowned In black. I 21 members of the newly- LAYER CAKE 1 a
wore a shoulder corsage of I' formed Wesleyan Service Guild
carnations. I ', ''''''- of the First Methodist Church
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.
.
Immediately following the cere- .... held their second meeting at the 87c
Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell< en church on Monday February 1, CA
I
at a reception. The re- AI-KX Y/XU.N above following their to Install officers Rev. and Mrs.J. Ia .
;)lit. AM MILK are pictured
line was formed at one n. Hill and Mrs. W. L. Blair t l r ...
.
marriage In the State Farm Community Clubhouse on February 2.Mr. ( .-
DEVILS FOOD Double VALENTINE:
\ Dip _
of the Club Room with stan/ acted as coordinators for a beau-
dll of white tiful service at which the
l pledge
gladioli against -----
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r LAYER CAKE59c COOKIES I :
as a background./ The man. following officers were installed: '"" fyjysssfKox ..
,
Ann
Green EppersonHas
Mrs.
Sally
and .
was banked with magnolia President :Mrs C. S. Partin: Vice J "
I '
and held burning white, Hosts At DinnerMr. Birthday PartyLittle President, Garnlta Hutto; Treasurer no MjLgA JiMir tMlrntln n

on each side of a low floral Freddie Wimberly: Record- OF 32 LtOvt( sweet. one. Its.. ..fresh.II' dr-' .
The bride's table, and Mrs. Lex Green enter- Sally Ann Epperson ing Secretary, Madge Whigham; _____ __ __ B Hith. ViillV'"ii...-..riIt...l.
.
with white linen, waR tained at a dinner party Tuesday daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. and Corresponding Secretary Mrs. hlrd1Ja! \'j ..,Coln w1lel. family irrnt*.lll I,*...>
with a three-tiered wed evening at the Guidon Grill hon Epperson Jr., was hostess to her Ed Simpson. for I
cake that was topped with oring Col. and Mrs. Edwin H Mrs. Partin appointed several
bridal noHpgay. Balancing the Martin of Ocala preceding the kindergarten class during their committees: Mrs. M. W. Cressler, I'' t CUre'riES *
were lighted white tapers meeting of the American Legion. Monday morning session In ob- Spiritual Life and Education; Mrs. : ;
( silver candelabra. Miniature Guests included the honored servance of her fourth birthday Nelson Green Christian and So- ; Ann Page Mayonnaise, 69c BOX .

sliver bells with pink and guests, Mr and Mrs Mike Gll- anniversary cial Relations: Audrey Newman, 39
rosebud clappers were at hooly, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Contests were played and Kay I Publicity; Mrs T. H. O borne, j fl Ann Page ;Mayonnaise pt. 39c: OF 6 j"

base of the candleholders, Hn/en, Jr., and Mr. and Mr, A. Hart and Dave Long won (prizes Recreation and Supply; and :Mrs.C. .
H. Membership.
Nasworthy
wedding bells were sus J. Thomas, Jr. -'
from the* overhanging Chewing gum favors were givento After adjournment the group Ann Page SALAD DRESSING, qt. 39Ann c

Silver coffee services the youngsters otter refreshments was entertained by members of
> at each end of the table Waldo OES NoticeWaldo of ice cream and birthday the Women's Society of Christian Page Thousand Island Dressing 19c! II i L 1' 1/ r

: were presided over by Mrs, Chapter No. 120 OES cake. Service.
F. Chapman, Mrs Joe Wilson, '11 The next meeting of the Wesla- Ann Page PEANUT BUTTER, 1 U>. 35c;
has designated February an of
Sally Ann was the recipient
M.\ E. Service Guild will be held at
Grlner yan
and Mrs. J. A.
: while Vincent Brice night. At that time many lovely gifts from her little the home of Mrs. T. T. Long on Ann Flee dres'ddrawnFRYERS
Mrs. Lox Green and the Chapter will honor the Associate Page CRAPE; JELLY, 1 Ib. 23c
J. classmates. Monday March, 7.
R. Kite cut the wedding! ) Patron. All members of
Becomingly gowned In a the Chapter and District are cor- Ann Page BLACKBERRY Jelly, 12 oz. 25c
taffeta formal !Miss Peggy dially Invited to attend.-Mrs. lb. 47c

: .. kept the bride's book. Catherine Vlckera, W. M.; Miss Ann Page Blackberry Preserves, Itb. 27c: ,
assisting were Mrs. R. Louise Raulerson Sec'y. ,
Stubblns. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, I &&4idfr i Wilson's Corn King
Ann Page CRAPE; JAM 1 lb. 21c:
J. Q. Godwin, Mrs. a. J. Me-! ford and Starke were Mrs. J. B Sliced Rindless BACON Ib. 49c
Mrs. W O. Stringfellow and
Misses Frances Caldwell Lou Caldwell grandmother of the I Ann Pare: PLUM; PRESERVES 1 lb. 21c

Mary Rivera Stubbing. bride Mrs. Charlie Luffm n, Mr. Swim, an If lt'" been a week of lively this week! Smk. Picnics ((6-8 lb.) lb. 39c
Mundy and Jane RI harde. and Mrs. Clayton Fury Miss bad news Accidents sickness Ann Page Apricot (Preserves! 1 lb. 25c ,
t"A spending some time' with Virginia Luffmnn, James Williams' and general all-round hard luck Odds and Endlrt; : ; Estelle Black

guests Mr and Mrs. Yawn Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith, all But I guess one of those started secretarylng at Clay Electric Ann Page Raspberry Preserves, 1 Ib. 29c
on their wedding trip to St. from Ocala; Mrs. A. G. Yongue, weeks just has to coma along In Keystone Tuesday .Sen. Super Right Heavy West. Beef
1 Beach. The bride's Mrs. Alice Johnson, Miss Mary every once In a while so we'll Charley :Johns got a telegram
attire was a forest green make the bent of It (What from Fuller Warren this week Inviting CHUCK ROAST tb. SSc
complemented with black ac- Lee Johnson Mrs. Thelma Dean else CAN we do?) Sorry to him to the Governor's man -
Her shoulder corsage Miss Esma Lee Dean and Donald hear that Judge\ Adkins has had sion for dinner Thursday night Fresh Ground Beef, I tb. 49c

of white carnations. Dean all from Fairfield; Mr and to return to Riverside Hospital, and to spend the night Marian Rib or Brisket Stew Ib. 29c
bride Is a graduate of Mrs. H. B. Freeze their children, and Roy Ward has also been on Brown entered the U of F Monday Eastern York Imperial .
<1 High School and will the sick lint this week Kd;: transferring from F S U ., -
her secretarial work with I H. B., Jr., Betty and Catherine< ahmor: was over at St. Vincent's She's staying with her uncle and APPLES 3 Ib. 29c
- Smoked Bacon lb.
H. C. Wall Agency The bride Wesley Thomas and Misses Wit for a minor operation Wednesdayand i anut. Glen & Scootle Duke Squares 29c
was graduated from Green- Edwards: Sara Crews. and Erne Thursday, and Jim (Klngs- Shirley Colley writes that she.1
High School was in the tine Moore all of Jacksonville, ley Lake) Hitch Howell Nas- felt like Cinderella on the night \\nslilngtun Shrl.111"1)
Air Corps during World and Mrs Fred Moore and Misses worthy and Jeannette Klncald of Jan. 20 when she attended the Center Cut Wh/ Bacon lb. 31
i I II and Is now a liiw student Barbara. Moore and Grace Crews have been hospitalized at Shady- President's Inaugural Ball in I APPLES, 2 Ib. - 31c c
University of Florida Gaines. of Lawtey.Mr. Washington D. C. A little I
and Mrs. Yawn are residingat ('restVhen It rains it pours "country girl" at such a brilliant
.......Ienhe.art18'
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the out of town guests, the home of Mrs. J. B. Sapp they any and It's certainly been affair was more like a dream Super Right Quality LambLEG
; I to friends from Rul- 402 North Cherry St., Stnrke. raining both literally and figura1 than reality Hear Charlie Florida CELERY, 2 for 25c

l Parker Is taking a week of hi.FP&L 0 LAMB, Ib, 69c
vacation now, and Is apend-
l I ''ng it driving a truck of Chinese Whole Shoulder, lib 39c
: '- I vegetables to New York City POTATOES Wh. 10 lb.45c
,
BOY! Are We Happy? ()WICK FROZEN
..
Attending the "lInenIonro.:

: We wanted to find out who read oar ndn, and WK SURE concert In Jacksonville Wednesday New Crop Florida RED PERCH lb. 33c
of last week the Charles -
were
FOUND OUTEltY! OIJY DOES: We completely ,
Shepherds Alma Thomaa, George Red Bliss Potatoes 3 lb. 25c
1 SOLD OUT of Door Mats by 2:30: ) o'clock! Friday after Roberts Jr., Charlie Parker Gar- I QUICK FIWZENWHITING

noon! nitn Hutto. Nina Bishop. Bobble
Cameron F'reddleVin"bt"rly.. Car FILLETS lb. 27c
olyn Kinney an' Alex Purcell Lemons sz.490's doz. 29c ,
This Kprrlol; was NO popular that we will rexut| It this urck- Fourteen members of Mrs. Fay ,
and l, and we will try our \<>ry .best to have out for r\rrinit. Gill's family including the Robbs M 'IIv: pot VI)

u h<> rtumit by', the Doyles and the Gills gathered YELLOW ONIONS, 3 Ib. 13c OLEOMARGARINE, lb. 25c
at the Brown Derby for din-
e tHMOl M-H P| H.: ,

DOOR MATS-reg.Z50val.: 10This ner reunion Sunday seated and around enjoyed a a long nice LARD: 1 tb. 19c; 3 ft;. SSc
,
aq table Ann Gross certainlyhad SI)
n busy time Sunday night FRESH lona FLOUR, 25 ft. 1.49

is absolutely the last week that we will run this Extra Special. Seems that during the height ofCARROTS .'
HUNCHES '
Come in again early. Ask your neighbor if they were a bargain! of the rainstorm the drain pipeon f. lona FLOUR. 10 ft. 63c
the roof of her bakery stopped ." "
up causing buckets of water to WHITE HoraKMlLK ':

3 Burner Oil Stoves On Legs LIMITED NUMBER overflow Into the store While Tall Cans, 3 for 37c
Ann and her helpers were sweep-
3Pc. Bedroom Suits
Only 18.95 Ing out water, the deluge caused 2 FOR :
A nice, Inexpensive stove that 149.50 val. ONLY $98! her neon sign to short circuit .

will do the job. Kronomlral: Walnut FliiUh_ Triple Mirror Vanity necessitating calling out the fire 19cOCTAGON 'i TALCO FEEDS

to operate. Footer Reds Largo Cheat department! ,
SCRATCH:: 25 lb. 1.07; 100 lb. 4.10
Have elite little black LAYING: \ 25 lb.
a widow l V.SIIJ 1-I7:10; lb. 4.57
Metal Spring Chairs Porch GLIDERSKilrrmn adorning my desk now replacingthe TOILET SOAP 7c GROWING MASH: 2516.1.17100! ; lb. 1.57
)
coral
pretty snake exhibited
I were 1 1.95 NOW 9.95 Comfort &: I.I fell me there for several weeks Jes-
OCTAGON CLEANSER 7c Mexene
- CHILI
4Ni ASSORTED!; COLUK.SUuyt Durability Sprclflrallimof \ se Smith found the deadly spidera POWDER 14cMortoe
Gllilci; -u." : ( huge one as black widows got
: your' chair before the srat>nopviut under a board while working In OCTAGON POWDER. Giant size 21e ; Houmr Brown (gravy dl Beet 27e
i ....; and got advantage of this Only 19.95 his garden He brought it In
.
.
irnII bargain. The most rumfurtoblu chair CHOICE OF COLOR! alive, but I quickly had it embalmed OCTAGON FLAKES. Large Size 28c IIA1\I. 47c
1 for porch or yard. Yellow Green BlueIT'S In formaldehyde for all MOR BEEF 47c

Other :Metal Chairs 6.95 to admire without fear of gettingbltt..n BREEZE Large Size - 28c PORK------, 43c

; Of course I appreciate VEAL .. .. 47crAGE
all these nice little "pets", butcan.'t I F-A-B . . . 28c
t A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT help but wish that someone .

" would bring In a rare orchid or \)
.
I SUPER SUDS Giant Size 69c \
\! I something with a little more & t
, Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE \:
womanly appeal nORAXO. li2-1b.| Size . 17c: \1)\1) \\X\:'

I So long See you in the next
131: STARKE FLA. I DAILY DOC FOOD. 3 for 25e

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FRlDtY. FEBRUARY 11, 1949 BRADFORD COUNTY TEl.KOR.F1I. STARKE, FLORID ., FAGH FIVB

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Mrs. Henrietta Maxwell of

Jacksonville\ was the weekend

.
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harley f el"N' 4" a f ti
,
w xk o fe
Strong.Mr. "! M ass .!

and Mrs Paul Wllhelm of

Miami are spending this week

with their son and daughterinlaw -

Mr. and Mrs. S- E. Simmons.
r R A
1>11'. and Mrs- E. L. Cochman of + sl K, a ,'

Jacksonville were Sunday guests

of Mr. and Mrs. E F. Miles.

Mr. and Mrs. C. d. Barksdaleand Ji4 4.4 I ir.a.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks-

dale and daughter, Bobble Sue,

spent Sunday In St. Augustine.Miss .

Hazel Moore, an Eastern :

Air Lines hostess In New Orleans -

returned to her duties last

Friday after spending: ten days

with her mother, Mrs. Louise

Moore. :Mrs. Moore entertained 28

guests at an outdoor barbecue at

her home of Kingsley Lake on ....

Saturday. Jan. 29 for her daughter. .. .,.,. .. "" "
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Mr. and Mrs. :J. F. Robb and "'Jr ..w>>J ":'" .....lIIilll It'r ,,. .tt.l ",!!!;::"'v-' ? ..... w
"'1" "'
T"
children of Hastings were Sunday .k 'lane J..

guests! of Mrs. Fay Gill at Kings- 8 \ .. ay. r.

ley Lake. ... .. .
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Mr. and Mrs. W. II Nollman returned I .
Thursday of last week after W Womanless Wedding
]
a ten day trip to West Palm I Y .

Beach, Miami and Key West. Once in a lifetime--or maybe twice--a hardbitten businessmanwill r i o \

let his hair down (what there Is left of it) and let dignity fall N I
Miss Sharon Hall and Miss Joan where it may. taking part In some amateur theatrical production """iI

Dinkins spent Saturday and Sun "sacrificing all" to raise funds for his civic club or some worthwhile I
day in Tampa as the guests of
charity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ritter and 4
also attended the' State Fair. Such an event took place In the USO building here Thursday' 'night

of last week with the hilarious results shown in the pictures on this _

Mrs Earl Johnson and sons. .

Holt and Jimmy, are upending page.In group above are members of the cast of the "Womnnless, Wed ayj
with Mia Johnson's ( i1
weeks
two ding" presented 1 to a "standing loom only" audience by the Rotary s
mother, Mrs. :J. M. Brownlee. Club of Starke. I ',e.

Mr. and Mrs. :J. W. Eddy of From left to right (standing) are: Herbert Deal, president of i

Waldo were recent guests of Mrs. Starke Rotary Dr. A. Y. Covington, A. D. Martin, G. S. Newcomh t

Mamie Johns. (chin whiskers)) Fletcher Burnett Guy Andrews, J. F. Jaudon. Bill

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Wardof Graham, B. T. Thomas J. H. DuPre :Mrs. Herbert Deal (who wrote .i

Dixie, Ga. were weekend guests and directed the production), L. A. Davis, Lex Green (the minister), f I *

of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward. Joe Hoover (bridegroom), Hans Walker (bridi*), Ralph Alvarez E. L. x + \I

Matthews (bridesmaids), Bill Mundy a'd' Junlus Smith (the dunce

Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs. team of'Arthur and Yolando Ed ahull r.
Murrey ), (at rear between the
II H. Adams attended the Fashion \
two), G. L. Patten (spit curls), Lucian Conner, Harmon P. Morgan, _
Show at the George WashingtonHotel '
:J. K Douglas, P. D. Reddinh, Tom Slade, and T. K. McClane, Jr., nJ

in Jacksonville Wednesday announcer. On platform at rear: Bob Metzger, Charlie* Quick, and r
of last week.
Howell Nasworthy. Children in front row: Byron Newcomb Harold .r'\\

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Michaels of Davis, Don McClane, Jimmy Carlisle, Bob Smith, Archie Green, and b.c

Monroeville, N. Y. are guests at Buzzie Gieen. Barely showing in back of bridesmaids are AI Carlisle

Morse's Crescent Court. and Arch Thomas, Jr.. who represented Gov. Fuller Warren and Miss _
4 I
Alma Warren, respectively.Mrs. _
Maj. and Mrs. \\ S. Derrick Oat

and son, Rodney of Atlanta Ga.

were recent guests of Mr and T. G Carter of Provlndencewas Rev. B. E. Simmons of St I

Mrs. J. B. Cottrell. Maj. Derrick the guest of Mrs. Laura I. Mark's Episcopal Church left l
: :
was a former commander: at Powell the early part of last week. Monday morning for Atlanta, Ga ta

Camp Blanding. to attended the Conference on
Mrs. H. W. Shipp of Jacksonville w r
Christian
Life and Work of the
Mrs. :J. L. Biggs of Jacksonville was the guest of her sister Mrs. _
Provincial
and..Mrs. :J, E. Brown of. Los RA. Newsome, Tuesday Department of Social All photographs by Hollywood( Camera & Gift Shop. I
Relations Feb. 8-0.
Angeles, Calif. were visiting on Bishop First Entry I Three outstanding portrayals were given by trio above, from left '
Moody of Lexington I Is chairmanof I
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and to right; \V H (Bill ) Graham, Mho made a properly bosomy matron ?
the Department and the
key
Mrs. G. W. Brown last week. Mrs. Ewell Lawson attended the note address was given by Hod- ; of tumor with the assistance of a couple of grapefruit;, W. II. (Bill)

State Baptist Sunday School Con- 1- Mundy who, in yellow wig/ and silver fox fur, danced gracefully as I I
returned
Mrs. B. F. Flowers to ,
her home in Ocala a week ago vention at the First Baptist Mississippi t Yolando; and J. H DuPre, billed as the "tallest flower girl in captivi- Sheriff P. D. Reddish (left) made a charming picture In a beribboned -

Sunday after visiting her daughter Church in Jacksonville Tuesday spoke on "The Sign of our Times" I r ty". bonnet, while L. A, Davis, In modlMh black hat, was bride'

Mrs Paul Canova, and family, night. Mrs. Ritch and Mrs. Law- The conference discussed many f mother.
for week. phases ofI\ fe In the Southeast
a V On Successful .
son were awarded badges of hon- Sugestions Rose Growing
__ .. and the role that the Church r -1
-.rr-11izi
ftft
Mrs. W. :J. Epperson :Jr. and or for having one ui the *o eland. play. Mr. Simmons returned to Given By County Home Demonstration Agent MNI') i
daughter Mary Sue and Martha ard beginner Sunday School departments Starke on Thursday. 1 I T

Landrum spent the weekend at in the State of Florida. f rY The rose probably enjoys the time of heavy leaflied. they can 4,
the State Fair in Tampa. They Mr. and Mrs. Fred O. C. Orr greatest popularity of all flowerIng .
D. ho and
Dr. Leonard LeBlanc, S. gathered/ placed In the
spent Friday night with Mr. and have purchased property on Kings- plants and U) extensively grown
of Worchester, Mass was the garden
covering the Boll to 1d..pth \
Mrs. R. N. White In Plant City I Icy< Lake and are remodelling It for both pleasure nnd profit,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward / of fI,'om four to nix inches.Cow .
and Saturday night with Mr. and states Mils Dorothy Hess, Home I : ,
Charbonneau Tuesday. He was into rooms and small apartments. manure applied two or three
Mrs. C. A. Kipple In Tampa. Sally Demonstration Agent In Florida
enroute from his home to Miami. They plan to have It completed Inches deep over the entire garden .+.jI1 t/
weekend hundreds 1
Ann Epperson spent the of thousand of bushes
March I I' Moll Is a good. ptuctlce/ and will ''''.>''t''''
with her grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs Jim Rltch and son. by : 1 and will operate under ,'are planted annually by amateur .
results
glvn good 1'1
and Mrs. R. L. Richard In Jack Franklin and Mrs. Millard Judd the name of "Orr's Anchor1. and commercial growers. However, t '

son vlllo. drove Valdosta, Ga. Sunday. I I attention must bo given to plantIng Under practically all conditionsIt \"
Mr. /And Mrs. E. L. MatthewsnttendeI IH
to
and necessary apply commercial
cure of tho garden to
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perrymnn,, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halnlop and j I the annual banquet of i I Insure abundant flower production. fertilizers If the plants are nk .
Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. Carr family and Miss Mary Ella Ward the Keystone Heights Chamber: to make vigorous growth and '

Cooley heard James Melton singin spend the weekend In Tampa with of Commerce last Saturday even t The bent planting is wuc maximum flower production In 1 ;<
the George Washington auditorium relatives. While there they attended .1 Ing. 1 preparing' the bed for a new pin nt-
plants are dormant; this Is December -
Jacksonville, last Friday the Florida State Fair. Inj an application of some good\ ; '-
evening.Mr. I Mr and Mrs. D. E. Knight went ', to early February but may' source nf phosphoric add und pot-
Mrs. W. G. Halle entertained at || to the Jacksonville airport Tues- vary In either direction as much ash should bo nmdo and Hpiided \ FI
and Mrs J. C. Turlingtonand luncheon last Friday honoring I a* several weeks Obtain the !
day to meet their son, Paul Knightof Into the noil. If Hiipcrphonphat
family of Auburndale visited. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd who was New York City, who Is their II I i' I bushes an soon us possible I after and sulfate of putiiHli art used! ,
the Lawson families I annlver-'1 I they become dormant so that the
Sunday. her birthday
celebrating guest; for a few days. Mr. Knightwas
they ran applied at the rattt of .P ,.
Mr sary. Four Intimate friends of in Miami last weekend as LIniir// 1 root systems may hn well established four to Mix pound.i. and, three to
.
>! P. O. Carpenter spent
.
) Mrs. Shepherd enjoyed the oc- the National by prlng. Choose an overcast .
Tuesday through Friday of last Broadcasting Com.pany' I four pound respectively to each L, '. t'j
coslon with the honoree and host of the day for planting If possible
producer Sunday 1OO
feet of the
square rose garden
week 1lrs.V.. H
with her sister,
I Select a well drained location m P.
ess. evening Horace Heldt broadcastand Where j I. m
Ford, in Cocoa. I j the application was not t
will go to Tampa this weekend that receives at least five hours rnmlo \ r4L" (
of Tallahassee at the time of planting its 4
Friends of Mrs. :J.V.. Klncalil Everett McKinney for the program Sunday evenIng I sunshine a day, preferably mornIng I rfconiniPMdi'd that a fertilizer f
for the weekend
will be glad to hear she returned was home He will return to New York nun and away from tree roots containing/ 4 to 6' percent nitrogen t
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. or heavy Allow r 7
home from Shadycrest hospital :"by plane Monday. shrubbery eighteen 8 to 10 percent, phosphoric! acid II I .
.
E. McKinney. inches to two feet each
on Tuesday way and 6 to 8 be I
percent potash
.
I I Mrs. I. P. Shepherd is visitingher for each plant. The bed Hhould be applied I :
Mir and Mrs. Paton Mizell. and during February Generally ..
Lee Rowe of Oberlin, Ohio l is son, Jack, In Chattachoocheethe I prepared several weeks In ad. J fi .
and Paul 15 to 20
Mrs I. D. Hawkins son, pounds per 100 square I L" j
visiting his sister Mm Hans Walker !. I latter part of this week.A vance of planting -imlf i i
,Waldo were Sunday guest of feet or about on pound per i'M
and family'this week. Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. I meeting of the annual Legal The. holes for the plants must, plant will prove satisfactoryLate /, 1

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy Institute of the Eighth Judicial be large enough for the root system January or early Fobruhry
C. G. Mantra and daughter
Mrs. without In the
and Mr. and Mrs. James W. Heaver Circuit, being held all day Saturday h crowding. Is the time to prune rone. Make 1 m
and :John attendedthe
Margie, Kemp bottom of each hole drop two
spent the weekend In Bruns. In the Hotel Thomas, Gainesville .. the cut a little above an outward a
Gasparllla festivities in Tampa hnndfI n' hnnA ul ..n.. ft"D. .
,wick Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. will be attended from Starke pointing bud. All dead and 'd- ,
Friday and Saturday. It lightly with topsoil. Dip the 1y
J. O. Deaver. by Holli V. Knight, president eased cane should be cut and carried ,
Miss Ona Demoret spent the of the Bar Association, Lex Green PALATKA.' Pictured aboveIs roots of each plant In a bucketof from the garden to b.. d<..- aril I. .z
Mrs. W M. Haight of Jacksonville weekend In St. Petersburg with G. L. Patten and Arch Thomas I lovely Mlis Neva Langley 18. I water Just before planting. Set troyed.

visited Mrs. J. H. Fields Miss Priscilla Hampton.Mr. :Jr Mr. Knfght will preside at the year-old J Junior I In Lakeland the new bush so that the roots

and family Wednesday through. banquet In the evening at which High School Is the first con' keep their former shape and po- Hints To Housewives ...
Saturday of last week. and Mrs. W. C. Powell and Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Green, Mrs. lestanl to be entered la the sition, and no that the bush will
children: Harriet and Bill visited Patten stand at the same level that It
Mrs. and children, and Mrs. Thomas will be Ninth Annual Azalea Festivalto (ITIU'H: I'lK
H. A. Lawson
grew In the With
row.
Glenn Wood and nursery
Mrs.
Mr. and among those In attendence. be lUgecl\ In the Ravine Gar. There are delightful recipes -
Julia Ellene and :James, many
Agnes, children in Clewlston over the plenty of water, work the soil I
Mrs. C. H. Register and Miss weekend. Mr. M. F. Brown daughter, dens on Sunday, Feb. 21: under about the roots, filling the hole for the use of our
Elizabeth Massey were in Tampa Florence, and son.. Marcus, and the sponsorship! of the Palalkj' to the ground level. Pack firmly enchantingly golden, flaky pie*. r

over the weekend enjoying the Mrs. Annie Laura Neuner of Ann Johns spent from Friday Junior Chamber: of Commerce. by trampling with the feet. The pantry may bo of the crumb I C. if. Nasworthy (Mrs. Walter ,
Fair and In Sarasota where they the of her "in Miss I I crust type and can be quickly Doollttler,
Tampa was guest through Tuesday In Tampa enJoying Langley was entered by A heavy mulch conserves moisture enjoys a bit of refresh.
visited the Museum and Jungle Mrs. I. P. made with graham craker or a ment after the B. T. Thomas (bridegroom'smother
ter, Shepherd, recently. the State Fair festivities he Lakeland Jaycees and I I" a protection to the gruelling ordeal.
Gardens. I prepared cereal they need no Glamour ) seems happy about the
and Visiting) Mrs. Brown' parents, roots from, excessive heat or cold council at his ankle
Ml** Evelyn Stump and Miss' cooking and are never tough. Fur which remained whole thing. Member of the cast,
Mr. and Mrs. J. encased In loud
J.
Fitzgerald. Mrs. McGriff Hostess and keeps down weed Aak leaves
Mrs. Emma Capo of St. Augus- Lillian Stump spent Sunday In an eight-Inch pie pan, measure l' male *ox.direction .. i, who were fleeing each other for
tine spent the weekend visiting Monticello visiting: Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. TO UDC MembersThe make an excellent: mulch. At the 1.2 cup of graham craker crumb. I the first time In costume got a-s a

her cousin Mrs. Freeman Regis W. H. Thomson Jr. They brought of Gaineivllle were weekend visitors I. birthday. At that time prizes or cornflake, crushed 1.2 cup of'' ninny laughs as the audience.

ter, Sr. and Mr. RegUter.Mr. their niece, Martorle Ellen Thom- of Mr. and Mrs. 1.. F. Smith regular monthly me..tlnJ. were presented to Peggy Dale and melted butter or margarine and 1 below* ; prick lightly

and Mrs. :J. A.., Miller/ and son, back to Stark with, them Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. :J. Davis. of the U. D C. was held Wednesday Ana CreMler for their winning 1-2 tablespoon. of sugar. Cream with fork. Rake in hot oven (iM hour.
visited for a week' vUtt- of last week at the home. of essays on the "Life of Stonewall together throughly right In the degree. Fahrenheit to 10 minutes
Richard and Dennis i llnui I'n.lry Shrll
sons Mr. and Mn. W. S. Slade of Douglas. Mrs.. G :J. MfGriff on E. Call Jackson": Jon. Davis also pie tin, then spread and pat two set crust. I I
Mrs. Miller1 parents Miss Ruth Edward wa a Ga. Is visiting her gave Ingredient: 2 tablespoons bran
ion, T. H.
Mrs. Laird In Greenville Street. The meeting was presidedover a report on Patriotic Activities around to cover the pan evenly Melt butter over low heat; add 3-4 lifted flour 1.4 teaspoon
,
C. F. her
weekend guest of uncle and Slade, and this cup
family week at I
and all side
Mrs. L. A Davis firmly on Chill sever.ai
over the weekend.Mr. aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards, Klngsley Lake.Mr. dent.by presi Committee of which she U Chair- 1 hours before filling. flour! and suit and stir until Suit, I.' cup shortening, and 2tabl..apoons

In Fernandina. man.A. I mooth. Add milk slowly, .stirring cold water (more or
and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis and and Mrs. C. L. Houser and In the absence of the secretary, meeting of District Two was nraiM-frult Souffle I').. less).
Mr. Lewis' mother, Mrs. L. R. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten and lion. AI, have returned to their Mrs. E. K. Perryman took the announced for March 30 In Mac. You'll need 3 tablespoon butter constantly; conk until thick.: Cool
Crush bran Into fine crumbs mix
Lewis of Wilmington, Dela. are Jon George spent last Friday I home in Flat Rock Ala after a minute. The treasurer's report clenny. The historical. programwas or margarine, 3 tablenpoon* "flour, I slightly. neat egg yolks until ;

guest of Mrs. T. T. Long. The and Saturday in Tallahaasee. week's visit with Mr. Houer' showed s balance of S21.28. Dues given by Mr. Lex Green on 1.2 teaspoon salt, 3-4 cup milk 2 thick and lemon colored; slowly 'I with flour and salt. Cut In short r

Lloyd Lewises drove Mrs. I.. R. Liter, Mrs. Margery H. Colley. were paid by Mloa Olive Ray and the Subject "Robert Toombs of egg' wporated, 1 tablespoon add cooked mixture. Add orange ening. Add water, a little at a
Lewis to St. Petersburg Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saxon of Mr. McGriff and $3 contributedby Georgia". grated orange rind 1 cup grapefruit ) rind grapefruit sections" and juice, time until dough I I. moist enough)

day where she win sojourn fora Oakland Park are visiting Mrs. Mr. :J. A. Howe of Miami Is Mrs. Davis for Randolph Ret j| Dellclou refreshments were sections, 1... cup grapefruit sugar, and flavoring. Fold in stiffly to hold together. Roll .out on .

week, but Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bertha Pearce of Starke and Mr. spending two weeks with her son- fund. Mr*. Davis gave a report nerved by the hostesses, Mrs. juice. 1.3 cup sugar, and 1.2 teaspoon beaten egg white. Pour Into lightly floured board to oneeighthInch

Lewis returned to Starke, for a and Mrs B. Y. Saxon In Hamptonthis in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.R. I on the program given at the McGriff and Mrs. LeI Green, vanilla. I pastry hell and bake' in slow oven thlckne Fit Into pie pan;

abort vial I t. week. A. Newsome. school on Stonewall Jackson's i i during the social hour. a Prepare bran pastry shell (see ,| ((300 degree Fahrenheit about 1 trim edges.. .- {F








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Hcilbronn, and Mrs. Virginia I IBeasdale. I Thursday afternoon at 0 o'clockat U . . Sunday afternoon.Mr. v publla pia c.., within the City of:. In Circuit (".....f. Bradford Count. II. Clrralt {'.a.'. Bradford Ceonty.
the New Hope Baptist Church : ; and Mrs. E. S. Sapp and Starke, unlearn accompanied by theirpnrenti Plortdai I. t .banrery.Ixmienlck Kl' ..rldai In fhnncerr.
Gainesville; five sons GrahamBy during tho night time after' Agoatliio, Plaintiff, vs. Rhoda D. Kinney Plaintiff vs. WINon
Brooker L. C.. Rev. C. F.. and A. Z. Pad- with Rev. Donald Martin and Bar little sons Joe Allen were in Jacksonville 10 ,,clock p. m. Atari VI. AgoBtlno, Defendant. Cave Kinney Defendant. Can- No.
Mow therefore, b* It ordained. No. 70SH. 70911.
Interment on business .
gett. all of :Brooker E. M. Pad. ney Andrews officiating. Mrs. John McKlnnry, Tuesday.J. by the City Council of the City of Order .( Publication and Notice to Order of Publication. and :Metlce toAppmr
Mr. Paul Stewart and DeWitt was In the New Hope Ceme S. Sapp and F. S. Sapp were Slarke: Appear
By gett of High Springs S S S S S transacting business In Gainesville Section 1: That during. the night STATIC OK FLORIDA tot II TAT F1 OP K I.OR ID A tel
S S SIES. Padgett of Yuma Ariz.; three tery. time between the hotirN of 1O o'- Mnrle VI .AgoHtlno whose renlilence. < Wilson Kinney. whose residence
Mrs. Mary Roberts of Rev. J. W. Larason of Mans Monday.ohlIJvt"en. clock p. m. Sod 6 ..'..Iock a. m. of 101: 141 Rectory Street, Port-Ulienter and addreii-la: 1D1 Walnut Street
staters. CEMETERY: WORKING the next euCRnillnic dill' In each liutler, Indiana
anti New York
) J. W. PADGETTMrs. !
Eagle Lake Mrs. Emma Walker field Ohio, a missionary to the .. very day the year, no child tin You are required to appear on You are required. to appear. on
Creasle Virginia Sweat Jacksonville, and Mrs. Sally Deese : There will be an all-day workingat Aztex Indians In Mexico, gave e Ordlnnnco to require:\i0. 1IT.Am \ Her the II'r of sixteen l ((1H) year February lint, 1940! In the above February Slit, 1949 In the above
50 wife of James W. the DcUan Cemetery on Thursday wonderful both Sundaymorning ............ ... .,.... and clear owuera nntlrr-ot "enall be In or upon any Street alley. named. Court and cause wherein named Court and cauao wherein
Padgett. Winter Haven; two brothers. message park or other publlo ,'. within) plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford '"
.
hro.hluir and other tT'r..p'l.I'; : : P\lr.8: :
debrla till
Padgett farmer of Brooker died Jim Sweat Winter Haven, and Feb. 17. Everyone Is Invitedto and evening at the Gra. ,lot. and l>ottln. Into .....on.. tnrnnt....01.. iprl by Ita of Starke, accomu County Telegraph hall publish thin County four. weekly laauca.Wltnexa this.
In next
parent Order 'In Itiauea.Wltneaa Order
basket lunch.Don't 01 Kuardlan. next four weekly
Thursday Feb. 3, at 1:13: : am. at Robert Swept Palatka. come and bring a ham Baptist Church. lo thus bo property miulrlnc nacn work Section 1: It shall lie unlawful mv hand and official Real i l mv hand. and official. aealat
done
to .....
her home after a lengthy illness. at the funeral forget your hoe, rake and William Mlllls of Cleveland, ... If... sad ....promote..... or to tko for the parent. or iruardlan. of any at Starko, Florida this January Stark, Florida tbla January
Active pallbearers .. protectndjaeent child under the of sixteen it. 1949. 20, 1949.OFFiCIAL.
hammer. Come to work.A age ( ill)
She was the daughter of the late C. S. Kelly Blrt Stokes prepared Ohio i Is home to spend a month (.. fire, hrmllnic vroverty ...I..t daner y.ar. to allow or auffer such. child (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas

Farley and Dora Sweat. were Mott L. A. Brown. T new fence and gates are to be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs and knrborlnat. o( .....ot...,mouiulton and pro.vlillnar ., ceding to violate any provision of the pro A.. Clerk. of Maid Court.Ry' Aa Clerk. of said Court.
H. C.
Rev. H. ; aectlon Haven Crosby D C. By Haven Cronby D.
Mrs. born May 20, fixed. G. P. Birk. tor. tko violation. of ... '.r... Section a: That all Starke FloridaAttys. T. Frank Landrum, Stark Florida. ,
Padgett was B. Pinholster, and Russell Green .... ........1..... children under H O. Brown ,
the .
1889 She was mar- Glen Thomas of Miami attended .11' of It yeara recularly om for Plf. l-Jl 41 2-li Atty for Pit. 1-31 4t 3-11
in Macclenny.
Jr. JAMES IIARKEIX HONORED W1IKKBA8 after due connMeratlon ployed In a gainful occupation, be
ried to Mr Padgett In Waldo church services here Sunday night. tho City Council of the City and the came shall; ba and are here
Our community wishes to express Mrs. :J. C. Harrell entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wasdinof of Lttarke, ,. Bradford County. Flor. by exempt. from the provision nf
In 1907 and has lived )here ever to the family for her James the occasion icia. is or in. opinion that it would tall ordinance upon the produotlo
its sympathy son, upon -
since. She was !a member of the :Jacksonville were here Sunday. bo In th. publlo int.re.t to require or ".."'.."tlnlBcatlafactory to the
of Mrs. Padgett. She was loved of his tenth birthday an. Mrs. Delma McKInzy and baby property owner to clvan and clear Chief of Police or any policeman l
Dedan Baptist Church. all who knew her and was a niversary Saturday Feb. 5. underbruahlnv and other debris on of th. City of tsrke. certifying
by of Jacksonville spending this all lota and the .
Funeral services were held in are put Un. Into proper employment of said minor chili,
faithful Christian. The Community Center where week with her parents, Mr. and condition property requiring I such provided said employment I la In con
the Dedan Church Friday afternoon work to be done to promote the formlty with the laws of the Slat
Feb. 4, at 2 p.m. with Rev. FONNIE SUE LYLE8 the party was held was beautifully Mrs. John Surrency. public welrara and health or to pro of f1"1'1. relating to employ men I C MANAGEMENTexpert
tect the .
adjacent children.Section
decorated with azaleas. The and Horace property against or
John -
O. E. McCauley and Rev. Earl Little Fonnie Sue Lylea, 10 McKinney son danger. to fire, breeding of moa- 4: That. all ordinance.. I In
Willis officiating. Interment was months old daughter of Mr. and table was overlaid /iwlth a lace were in Gainesville Mondayat quit.... and harboring of anakea. conflict with thin ordinance are
cloth and centered with a beauti- the stock market. NOW THBHKFORB, tie It or- hereby repealed, to all nrdl in all the numerous affairs of
in the Dedan Cemetery under the Mrs. Johnnie Lyles of Brooker dained by the City Council of the nance* relating tt.utOrld; not I in
direction of DeWitt C. Jones. died Wednesday night Feb. 2, ful white birthday cake embossedIn Mra. Will Melton and son, Eugene I'tty of Stark, Bradford County,. conflict with this ordinance the

Mra. Padgett Is survived by her at her home near here. Besidesher pink and green. and daughter Mrs. Edd Florhlal 10Aonwiht: 1 property 'am Section* shall 6:b*Any cumulative p..r.on'Iolallnll' serving, performed with tact, cour-

husband Jamee W. Padgett: three parents she is survived by Games were enjoyed by the children Ward, and Mra. Ward's children t'1n.ry: : of Slarkn. Section 2 of thla ordinance "h..lI..
of Waldo attended church Bradford County, Florida. from anti upon conviction b. punished by .
Jimmy all
with Jackie and ser
,
daughters, Mra. Cora Stokes of four sisters. Barry after the passage: ot this' ordinance I tine not exceeding1100.00, or by Im tesy, and economy, is giving us many
Brooker Mrs. Orine Cowart of Funeral services were held Bleasdala being awarded orlzea. vices here Sunday night. hall. I be required to clean and PrlHonment not to exceed. thirty ((30
: Favors of chewing gum were MUa Nellie Gatlin of Starke was clear. unuerbruvhlnir. and other dabrla the tlayii, or both, In the discretion at friends.
on vacant lots anil put Into mayor. new
given the children and Mrs. Har the guest last week of Mr. and proper condition property requiring Section' 6i Thla. ordinance shall!
rell assisted Mrs. W H. Mrs. John mulch work to be done to promote fake. effect Immediately upon tu
was by McKinney.
the publlo welfare and. health. or to becoming a law.
Attention Cattle & Hog ProducersThe Harrell and Mrs. Ruth Mizell in Flake Watson returned to the protei-t the adjacent property a- I,. .%. Cnno*.. DeWITT C. JONES
serving refreshments. Lake City veterans hospital last walnut dnnrrr to fire Weeding; of President. of hr ('Sty touncl
uioHiiultoa and harboring unakeii. Carl ........, ( ltr t Irrk.
Tuesday to undergo two more Unction' : 8. where any owner of To the Honorable :Mayor of the Phone 7 Starke, Fla. ___ _
FLYING STUMPS! aid property shall fall or refua City of titarke: I hereby. certify thai
Farmers Produce Market Inc. operations. after receiving. 10 day written. notice. the above .and foregoing Ordinance Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur
Instead of flying saucers, we Little Wilton Starling of OhioIs :hl..ooo .f".r..nhll..lr." provlnlonn of was duly adopted and punned by the
person Khali he City Council of the. City of Starke
have It .
"flying Stumps" seemsas visiting his grandparents Mr
At Gainesville Fla.Is subject upon conviction thereof, to on the lat day of February, A. It, local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and
If the road crew was clearingout and Mrs. P. O. Starling. a ruts of not more than .- 1949.
services not otherwise available.
the branch just couth of Those attending the! birthday 00) Dnllnra. : or SIxty (60)):'IJIIW In I fnrl John. ('lr Clerk.
glad to announce to Stock Owners of City Jail or both such fin. and The above and foreruingOrdl'. 5
Brooker when the men ran into dinner Sunday for Mrs. Lizzie Imprisonment' In the discretion of nan was received by me and F' 6.
Bradford County and adjoining area thata several stumps they couldn't move Hines were Mrs. Alice Starlingand the Mayor. approved hv me on thin, the let day
Stock Sale Is being held on Tuesday SectIon 3. In lieu of such fine of February, A. V.. 1949 We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and
until they resorted to the use of daughter, Catherine. and and Itnprlnoninent, the City .,. P. ItiiherO.
of each week with highest cash prices dynamite. This caused quite a Josephine Thomas of Hampton, perform the work required by may thin Mayor of lime tlty of tn.".. accept AN5T life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANY

being obtained. of ordinance. and the costs thereof 2t 2-Il compaay, as payment la part or In full on a funeral.
bit excitement for Mrs. Lottie and Mrs. Claude Starling and hall become a lien against. the pro -

Edwards .when a piece of one of children of Hampton Lake Mr. perty on whlrh the work I la done. In Clrrnlt' Court, ;..., (.... County, Consultation carries no obligation.
Section 4. All lawn .and parts of Klorlilat. In t'hnnr....
those stumps blew a huge hole In and Mrs. Ray Hines, Mr. and Mrs. Inwa In conflict Margery Fisher,
Turn Irft at Ball Park on U'al<-Gulneiullli, & road on herewith are hereby Plaintiff, vs. Rebert -
her garage\ roof. The foreman said Bill nines of Longwood Mr. and repealed.. f Fisher, Defendant. Case; No
North Alabama .uael. I)rl 'e 3 mlli-.. to Sto k Yank Section 5. Thin ordinance. nhnll become 1183.
he would mend the roof but he Mrs. Dudley Hlnea of Jackson effective. on the 10th day of Order at Publication anil :Notice to

hasn't returned ville. The dinner at the February. A. I).. 19 It. Appear.STAI'17 .
yet.V. was
L. W. Cobb, Auctioneer given Thla ordinance shah. ba published OK lrIOItflA to. 1tseomie7W; l_ 't'J!! er.-r. \
home of her daughter, Mrs. Wale once n week for two conencutlv. rloherr Fisher whoM renldente In;: .
'v. Jo'red1001: (', Manager \ M. V. MEETING ter White in Newberry.Mrs. graph.w>*k,, in the Bradford County Tele- New 4J niilK Jersey wood Avenue, Glen Ridge

The W. M. U. held Its regular John McKlnney visited I* A. Canova President of City You are rerjulreil. to appear on

business and program meeting at her uncle and au.it Mr. and Mrs. Council.Att February. Slut lMt! In the abovenameti
-..t: Carl John Court '
City Clerk. and cau e wherein
the Church Wednesday afternoon A. Youngblood, in Waldo Tuesday To the II"norabl.Iayor of the plaintiff seeks. divorce and cua-
Feb. 2. Mrs. Beulah Harrell president night. rity of Stark: I hereby certify tody of minor child ITadford
that the above and foregoing ord- (oimty Telegraph' shall publish this .
A Very Important Date. ,, presided and the programwas Perry Starling went to Clear- inance was duly adopted and pnpsed Order, In next four weekly" InaueiiWltnera .

In charge of Mrs. J. W. Thorn- water Sunday for a few days. hy the City Council of the City of my hand And official veal .-.. ..:
stark on th* 18th day of January. at Starke., Florida this January :- ...
as. Word has been received here A. D. t
1949 IS. 1949. I ''' '.
The next meeting will be held that Ottla McKinney has been confined Carl Johns, City Clerk.. (OFFirrAT anAL,) A. J. Thomas,, \ \.... '[;
The above anti An : )
foregoing Clerk of
ordinance nald Cnurt. :
Valentine at the home of Mrs. Eugene{ Crosby to the hospital for a month wa. received. hy me and approved by Hy Haven Crosby, D. C. .. \
Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 18. following an operation. He will be me on thIs, the 18th day of Janu. Kurh M. UoiiKlaN, G05-507 TynchKulldlnr "
ary. A. D., 1949 Jackson v ii I.. FlorIda
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All members are asked to be present glad to hear from any of his J P. Roberts, Mayor. of the City Attyn. for Plf. 1-21 4t 2-11 ;

friends who will write to him at of Sturke. 1-28 2t 2-4 l-

I Day. DEMONSTRATION CLUB I I the following address: Pvt. Ottls \OTICH lair-. TKNTIOV EARN AND LEARN! lw
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McKinney, 1428-788S Provo Co., TO I>IM. OI.' H COHPOH "'Iit'e'. .
, The Home Demonstration Club Fort Notice la h..relty given under the __ C..ca., ;
Va. hen'it chance to .
Belyolr provlHlnnn of Chapter. laSso rnwn Young man, a \ ., _-,,- )
met Tuesday afternoon Feb. 1. Earl Starling of Gainesville of Flotlilu, Acts of 19.13 to each of learn valuable trade-and the "oP'

,. In the Community Center. Mrs. spent the weekend here with his the. corporation. .!. tinted below the training won't root, you a pcnnyt'Itis !

Monday T. W. Mnrkey president, was in mother Mrs. Kate Starling.Mr. same IHWH Iji-lnn of Klnrldn Incorporated. .and according under. the to opportunity to further I What Is Good Appearance

t / charge and Miss Ross gave an and Mrs. Clarence Melton the each.. recnrda and of .the Secretary, of Stale, your education. In a number. of
every such corporation
Interesting talk on zinnia and and children of Starke were din appear. delinquent for three (3) other '%'ays. The new I'.S.Army I
tray-making. Several ladles completed your. or more In the filing of report Worth To You?
Feb.14 ner guests Sunday of her parents and payment of taxen under mil I" S. Air Force nre.l men
I their trays. Mr. and Mrs. : : with!
Berry Dyal. the provlHionH of Chapter 14A77. ambition; rn..nho sock

Delicious! refreshments were I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ortagus Laws of Florida, Act of 1931. anti to advance thpmft...l\e" through A man isn't well-dressed unless he's well-
. t that under the provisions of iiald
', I S Whatever you want to nay served by the hostesses, Mrs. H. of Jacksonville were guests of Chapter 16S80, Acta of 1035, l.awa the kind of training no necenary pressed! Fastidious men know how important .

i__ C. Douglas Mrs. Resale Carlton her mother, Mrs. Kate Starling, of been. Florida.cliiHNed, aald corporation! have fur success thrne days. well-cleaned well-pressed clothing is to
/ an subject to Olswolutlnn -
I lt flower speak for }ou. and Mrs. Earnest Edwards. Sunday.Mrs. the- educational
d and that three (31 month nvmtlffaip once their appearance! Our flawless methods
Mrs. Ruth Mizell the Eva McMillan of Jackson- nftor date ot this publication each benefit,
joined ( offered Sea
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your keep precious suits in shipshape condition
_. They'll ay It better! anti every of auch corporation' .listed your
F club at this meeting.We villa Is visiting her son-in-law and beluw' ImK.riHve not In the meantime recruiter at the I'.S.: Army and longer and economically. You'll
... more
*- filed tnnlr repurta duo and paimitax
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arlle U.S. Air Force Recruiting Station
wish to welcome Miss due tin Broughton this week. Chapter 14677. Art of 19J1. lawa located) at Starke Pout
Margie Parker of Webster to our Mr. and Mrs. Lex Tyler of of Florida.: n. amended, will hecertified (Office each Monday 9:001.: approved dry cleaning evenmore frequently.
i; LOVELY CORSAGES FRESH CUT FLOWERS community.' Miss Parker In employed to the. dovernor who will '
Gainesville visited relatives here Indue Proclamation at that tlnia dla- to 13:00: noon. Too trained man .
at the American Tung Oil >>.,Ivll/of said corporation. I
DISH GARDENS POTTED PLANTS Co. as secretary and she Is stay Saturday. llrailr<.rtl t'ouiitrt NSA... KI......... (els ahead HO fa. among that PHONE 135
Mrs. Milliard Broughton of Kntrrprlnro.: Ini*. Principal pUmice of up-anil-eonilng company. Army' ROBT. 315
ing at the home of Mrs. Lottie ........
Gifts for Shut.ins & Hospital Patients Gainesville visited her son and hoI.r.em trade mutinous an thebc".t. In the
Edwards. It I. further directed that a copy
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. of this notice b. publlnhed one time world. Air Force t4"C'hnlralH.hll..l GREEN, fl17J.J.'lJ Temple
Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Hazen In the Kradforil County T.'l'r..ph.a .
Carl:
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Broughton. Sunday. rul high '(10. Yen, earn
"FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS' and children of Gainesville spent vifWHpiiper. published In Htarke.Florida Owner _
Mrs. Lizzie Surrency and daughter In which county the horn Ind learn by cnllHltng for ,
Sunday with friends and<, relatives office, of the above limed !
Mrs. Beatrice Gable, and Mr.and tlonit are shown to he r..rllDr"-1 training that really IIUVH off in

here.Mr. Mrs. L. E. Johns of' Tampa In wltn..... whereof, I lollars nnil cent Kememlier. ,
and Mra O. O. Lewis were unto '...t my hnml .nnd canned the.
visited Mr. and
Mrs. Leon thin education" I
Wynn cost noth-
COLONIAL FLORIST visiting here last Sunday. Ureat Seal. of the State of Florida. you STARKE, FLA.
' Sunday. to .he affixed at TallnhanKee. the, n*. I
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Tyler and Oliver Jackson of Georgia was Capital, thin' the Int day ,of Febru
). 11I'! 9. '''
daughter of Jacksonville
. PHONE 218 spent the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W N. ( rJ.\t/! it. .\. Gil CY. .
the .weekend visiting here, Jackson Sunday. It Secretary of 1 State:

Mrs. Chan. Schmltt: Nona St., Starke Mrs. J. C. Harrell, W. 11. Har-
rell and Wallie Crews Illil'4I.'O. itstn *
attended I S S S C S S S S Ordinance prithtblllitv children
funeral services for Wiles DuBoseor from b..lnw on tho Mtreel. *. parko.
semi public ..In...* within the ('11,.
Gj1
Fort White, Monday afternoon, HeilbronnBy limit. of the tltr "I Nlnrke. Florida :
Jan. 31.Mra. tlnrlnic. the eight 11m. after 'K 0 1a? ,
.. cluck. I". ,... .linleni. accompaniesby .
Your Opportunity To Buy Mary Green of Putnam Loiilne Norman tkelr p...."'". and pro.ldlnic ."-
Hall is visiting Mr and Mrs. Earl S S S S S S oily for ili>'.tl"l n thereat
llerean. ., It has ct.nie to the attention
Your VALENTINES At Half Price! Green. of the City (nuncll of the 1949
Miss Betty Long James. and The Heilbronn Home Demonstration City nf Stark, Florida that In recent .

Thomas Hamilton, and Allen LewIs Club met Wednesday of tnontha of juvenile there. han fleltnitiency been| an outbreak In-

Our Stock Has Been Reduced To attended the State Fair In last week at the achool.! The the I'lty of Starke. numerous bulldtnira -

Tampa last weekend. meeting was presided over by the minor laving children: been, .and broken articles Into stolen t>y \19

One-Half The Original Trice. We Dave Green and Earl Green president Mrs. E. S. Sapp. The thereby. nntlVhvrean ,"\
\ the City Council of the ,
visited their sister Mra.
Rual \
demonstration of aluminum trays
line A Large Selection. City of Sturke, after due consideration -
Dukes at Dukes Monday after was made by Miss ROBS and la of the opinion that It would: I ZlfJ
:: :
,
b* In pntnllo I Interewt anti woulilpromote
noon. hostesses for the afternoon ;were" the general welfare health .vlJUf J
tli _-s a Bro. L L. Parker and daughter Mrs. F. S. Sapp and 1\11'8. A. and moialM, to prohibit. children ..
Ann l"n under the MM(:* ..f elxteen. (IA> year. In .
Shirley are bed with Norman.Mr. D'I 4 erS
i : i' to ba on the treetn. parka and "t: \ .
measles. .
and Mrs. Owen McBae "", \""
J. E. Hodge Is sick with measles visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Pior 'fJ.U rniLd4z

c also, and several others In our man Tuesday of last week. \

a\ SW community are 111. We wish them Mrs. W. C. demons Jr. and lit ..,, s .

all a speedy recovery. tie son, Wayne were visiting her ;

: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry had sister, Mrs. Crews In Jacksonville TIIa:0. I

as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .'-. j : F

Mrs. Barney Andrews and family and Mrs. T. N. Norman and '. : -. ::1J. F.iJro % Jl

and Miss Ilean Atkinson. son. Gerald, visited Mr. and Mrs.H. BENEFIT BY THIS _'

M. McRae Saturday and found ; ;

them both sick. Hope they are GOOD NEWSCOMBINATION l

1' Improving by this time. J #.rwb. -

I... O. Norman of this sectionIs -' /

also on the sick list this week. YOUR HOMI TOWN PAPERflvtt / ,

Hope he will soon be out again. yea compute' .............1. -r Iitt

Mr.\ and Mrs. Fred Johnson of local aws. You need to know all .

Waldo were visiting Mr. and Mrs. that I it f oia. es where yo. iie.. ,-r... rE -

A. D. Norman Sunday.Mr. But yea liv.) .1.. in S ?

and Mrs. E. S. Sapp and two WORLD. ..h... tn mnto.t .r.nti < di. (1M .
See in the .....1"..' .*v.nt. which t'tt Xk.
Gainesville last
sons were in con mean .o muth to 1'... to your H .-

Saturday.This Job. T..' ".... pose hots... Fw -. ...". .
community was saddenedby conitnictive' rp.m sad I.......... WJ '

,the death of Mrs. Padgett of 'lotion. .. ..,i..1 onj I"....... ; -

Brooker last week. She was the tioail ..WS, .h... ta .. substitute
Plenty Of HEART BOXES foe THC CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 3 ,
mother of Mrs. Johnny Cowart .
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MONITOR doily. I
.j In Whitman's or Hollingsworth and our sympathy goes out to lab joy th. btafitt ol ".l"t yff (
.
Streamline them in their sorrow. .belt 1".o..4-loc.lly. notioitolly. cW1C'

FINE CHOCOLATESIn : your Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were Internationally with your Ioc.Ipop. I tL4

visiting at the bedside of his .' and. Tho Chriitlon. Science \\\\
Fire Monitor.LISTIN. L \
Insurance 1
brother, B. J. Sapp in Starke U" 4Jd
A Price Range To Suit Your Puree .
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T......* ..<... See
ABC: Btotioo ro ''Too C.......* ) "JJrIllf"ff.

144.' .,*. Monlrao Venn; MM N.wa." L '. .

Let us fill your prescriptions SEECharley SEE TS FOR Aad see this c...... \ H .

for aciol It,. ,
today S u 't .
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and FEEDSHARDWAREROOFINCPAINTS
Two registered graduated
troductory lubtcrlpMon. Pw bTk >

Pharmacists duty. ;.. $1 \ ri' jft W : 1ft YOUR 'IIP'ET .
on .... .1I"rs1 lAA..Y .
E. Johns Chrk. Isiecci Monitor :q-CH so LITTLE..
0... ......" 5'., Coiton I f. MOM." U.S.A C. DOES $0 /. ... COSTS
AND ALL FARM ...... fond aw **> ln-.*.or> .
Agency ...k.ri.Neo. r. The C...$._. Science. ,
Phone IS STARKE FLA IMPLEMENTSFARMERS' Menltet" -24 buao*. I ntl.. "l. '

Koch Drug Store -- TUNE 1ft; HELEN HAYES THE ELECTRIC n'llll P'.t. \UT C8Jf'JU

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At The TabernacleThe Methodist ChurchPlans .1 I- dinner guests at noon Sunday. I and Mrs. Garland Godwin of Unl-
Misses Elizabeth Cox: and Ger- verslty of Florida, Galneavll!
Tabernacle Congregationswere have been made for a Clay Hill state: Farm maine Kayiter of Orlando were spent the Spring holldnys with

privileged to hear CharlesE. revival at the Methodist Church Sire. WnltfleWRchrarinl visitors of the former's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin
MohrPenca By Bryan
Gremmela, Tuesday night. He starting Sunday, March 20 and Ity Lura. Burgess Mr. and Mrs J. M. Bradley Mr and Mrs. Fillyaw of Lake
.. .
Nvlir.Whorvln .
is a prominent business Layman I running through Sunday, March and Mr. and Mrs R* H. Cox, Butler were overnight guests of
of New Jersey and a guest at 27. Followed from Wednesday until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young Bun-
Park-of-the-Palms. Out of his : Rev. D. B. Sargent, pastor of 'With Buffet Supper. They were among those attendingthe day. Additional Sunday visitorsof
: varied experiences Mr. Gremmels' the Anderson :Memorial Metho I welcome the new The Yawn-Caldwell wedding par- Yawn-Caldwell.weddlng Wed- .Mr. and Mrs. Young were Mr,
Testimony l is a blessing where dist Church Jacksonville, Mil month of February and go about ty and the immediate families nesday evening. s Mrs. Samuel Crews of Mac-
Baptist Church I METHODIST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH ever given. do the preaching. T. F. Waller the business. of lit ing; with much enjoyed a buffet supper''Tuesday Mrs. Nelle Beavers of Tallas- cleimy.

Dr. Geo. D. Beckwith will be Saturday night at the Youth of Macon, Ga. will have charge of _to evening after the rehearaal of ape, Ala. arrived Saturday to visit I
I, Services every Saturday night' Meeting, Rev. Joseph Larason, the music. He who first conquers himself Is the marriage of Miss Lila Rae Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North. Mr. Fla. Farm Bureau
the speaker at the First Baptist Sunday and Please take note and reserve Caldwell and Alex Yawn 'which and Mrs H.
morning Sunday night, Missionary with the Oriental Missionary fit ; O. Davis, Jr. of
Starke this Sunday morning and 11 a, m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational Society of California, was this date. was an event of Wednesday, February Gainesville were also guests of Favors "No Fence"Directors
evening. Dr. Beckwith will bespeaking Methodist Church on present and delighted everyone This Sunday Feb. 13, will be To and guide he another on life's path; 2. Honoring the couple on Mr. and Mrs North Sunday. of the Florida Farm
from his nine foot chartin Brownlee Road. Rev. J.W. Grif- with his musical talent. Race Relations Sunday. The ser this occasion were the bride's Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Miss
tie, Pastor. mon subject for the 11 o'clock Who serves his tellows most shall parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Bureau have' gone on record to
There wera several additionsto Carolyn Bradley visited relativesIn
eight colors which, portrays the the Youth Group Saturday hour will be, "Finding Unity In sometime altOn and the groonVa uncle and Jacksonville Saturday and support "no fence" legislation but
events of the Bible both In history tlve chart. night and a splendid program Diversity." high with those who make aunt, Mr. and Mrs J. H.: Mon. Sunday. Instructed the Bureau's legislative)

and In prophecy. He will use as a Sunday morning the choir will waa given. The Bible Alphabetical Sunday evening at the 7:30: the nations free. crlef. The Community Clubhouse, During the weekend Mr. and committee to attempt to securean
text book his own book, "God's be under the direction of Mrs. Contest resulted In the "Blues" hour the sermon subject" will be"Life's Forget not kindness; It Is life's with the wedding decorations, was Mrs. J. C. Wallace were vlnltors amendment to the proposedbill
Prophetic Plan", which Is used as Ethel Biggs with Mrs. Mona Ca- winning by a close margin. Requirements. rare gem the setting for this affair Supperwas of Mrs. Isabel Edwards in Jack- to provide that counties votIng -
a text in Bible colleges throughoutthe nova at the organ. Sunday even- Rev. R. J. Gomes brought two Which brings respect to him who served from a beautifully appointed sonville.Mr. themselves out from under the
country, and home study bookin Ing at 7:30: the usual Happy Hour splendid messages Sunday and St. Mark's. Episcopal wears it well; table In the main Club and Mrs. M. E. Griner spent statewide bill .would be responsible!
many foreign countries. These period will be held. Mrs. Morse Communion was observed at the Rev. B. E. Simmons, B. D. Vicar And love, If pure, can quench the Room. The bridal couple presentedtheir the weekend with Mrs. W. M. for fencing only hard-surfaced
will be the first messages in the and Mrs. Mann at the piano and morning hour. Sunday, Feb. 13: the hearts of them attendants with tokens of Relnau and Miss Faye Relnau in roads within their boarders.
four-day period known as "Growthin organ will lead the congregationIn Besides the regular visitors from remembrance of the occasion. I Orlando. Statewide forest fire control
10 Church School. Nurseryand
Power" being held each nightat singing hymns and choruses Park-of-the-Palms Sunday there Kindergarten a.m. departments in That fires hate of--hell.or quench the very; Baby ShowerBlossoms I Mr. and Mrs. D. L.. Shaw of LaCrosse legislation was also favored at

7:30: through Wednesday. The that are requested.A were several new faces seen the Pariah House. Primary, JunIor typifying the advent were Saturday overnight the meeting, held recently in Fort
public is Invited to this oppor- cordial invitation is extendedto among them.Presbyterian. and Intermediate departmentsin For loving kindness, service, love of Spring were effectively arranged guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Pierce, provided it Is approvedby
tunity to hear this outstanding all to worship at all of these the Church. and toll in the Club Room Friday Sellers the voters In a general elec-
speaker speak from his exhaus- services. Church 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Lift man toward God-and up afternoon, February 4, for the I Mr. and Mrs. 3 O. Randall, Jr. tion referendum.
Sermon by Rev. S. W. Creasoy. I from this world's toll. oarty given by Mrs. J. A. Bouvier I and family of Jacksonville were -
Morning Worship 11 o'clock. 6:30: p.m. Youth Meeting of our -Calvin Riley Brewer Mrs J. Q. .Caldwell. Mrs. L. W. .' Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Office Supplies at the Bradford
"THE NEW LOOK"Come The sermon will present a studyin young people of Junior High age Murphy-- and AirS.-- J.- L,. WilliamsIn 'J. O. Randall. County Telegraph. Com pteto
the Parables showing the with the young people of the The above poem expresses what honor of Mrs. C. D. Sellers. Jlmmle Brown Godwin and Mr. line now In stork.Starling's .
of Christ's Church and its I believe so profoundly. That kindness
growth Presbyterian Church in that The stork motif was emphasizedIn
hear this timely relation to the of God. love and gentleness toward 1
message at 7:30 P. M. Kingdom Church. contest In which Mrs. Leslie
Sunday School 9:45: a.m Last The Church is open dally for our fellow beings along' with ser Crews and Mrs. H. J. Kucera
and vice to mankind all the' worthwhile
are
Sunday our attendance exceededthe
prayer and meditation. were winners of purser Young
Special music by the Sims Quartet school enrollment. The Adult things In life. I have always Leonard Dugger and Tommie Me- Grocery
tried to be fair and kind. Once
Class of plus Christian Church one of my school girls wrote me a
present. This class under the Inspiring lovely gifts from the many friends
leadership of C.M. Turney J. B.. Dixon:\ Pastor loving note. She said: "I love who had been! Invited to attend STARKE FLORIDA
Live Singspiration hour is enrolling new. members each The Swindall revival will close you so. You are the very kindest this courtesy The hostesses served SPECIALS. FRIDAY & SATURDAY. FEB. 11 & 12
Sunday. Visitors wel person I have ever known." Some WE: RESERVE: : TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY
are always Sunday night. Subject: "If you sandwiches and cake with coffee
First Baptist Church Hampton how that compliment from the
come. "
go to hell who will care? Hear
heart of a little girl has stayed Voiing-AiwlerHon
Junior Westminster Fellowshipat him each evening this week at
11:00 A. M. "The Lord's I
Supper"Bible 6:30: every Sunday night. The 8 p.m., and Sunday morning at (With me and given me courage Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Anderson announce
School 10:00 A. M. Bob Gray Pastor officers elected for the next three 11 a.m. Be one of 102 In Sunday when days seemed dark. Yes, I the marriage of their lb.29c
months are: President. Lloyd Grl- School at 10 a.m.CIICUCII. would say to myself, "Be kind. daughter, Late, to Vernle Young Sugar 5
der; Vice President. Lucille Mc- Even tho you love people who do, on Saturday, February 5. Mr and
Rae; Treasurer, Hollls Knight Jr.; OF GOD not love you, what does It mat Mrs. Young are residing Jack.
Secretary, Jimmie Black; Pianist, Rev L. S. Williams, Pastor ter?" They are only to be pitied. sonvllle. Mr. Young Is the son ofo
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In Margaret Rose Duncan; Spon 8th & St. Clair Sts. God give me work and service t I Mr. and Mrs. Noah Young who
sors, Rev. Bertram Simmons and Sunday School 10 a.m. mankind and let me love people I are also Farm residents.!
Rev. and Mrs. Kaufman. 11 a.m with all my heart, to give thema CORN 2 No. 2 Cans - 29c
Sunday Morning Worship
The Heart of Town And In The Heart ready smile and kindness from Miss. Betty Williams attended
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Sunday Evening Service 7 p.m.Y. .
of The People"A night at 7:30: o'clock. P. E. Service Tuesday 7 p.m. the depth of my great heart. Kindness the Tampa Fair last weekend,
Tuesday night Rev. Joseph to dumb animals too la also, having been elected as delegate
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7p.m.
Larason, representing the Orien- on my lists of musts. How I love by the Home Economics Chapterof
Southern Baptist Church For All People tal Missionary Society, gave an CHURCH OF CHRIST dogs and horses and cows and all Bradford High School. During LARD Pure15C
Inspirational and instructive re- I living creatures. theIr stay In that section of the
Sunday School 9:43 Training Union 8:15 sume of the work among tHe Aztec Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday The snow Is still deep and white. State the representative also
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday; visited
Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:30': Indians In Mexico. He told several Evening Service 7:49: / p.m. Sun- Last night it was 12 degrees below Gardens Bok Tower and the Cypress -
11:00 Wed.. Mid-Week Service 7:30' heart-stirring incidents of his own zero. I went to the post officeat No. 2 12| Size CanSAUERKRAUT
experiences In tha land south of dayBible 8:00: a.m. and It was ten below Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen
Study Is Wednestday
the border. The message was illustrated I every When the wind Is not blowing one were supper guests of Mrs H. P.
Sunday Morning and Evening, and Every Evening by colored elides of the I I at 7:43PENTECOSTAL: / does not suffer too much. On Fri Galney In Brooker Saturday 9%
Through Wednesday, at 7:30 DR. GEO. BECK- Christian workers and their fieldsof 'i' HOLINESS day I get In a large supply of Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Williams
WITH Will Speak from His Exhaustive Bible labor, groceries for over Sunday. I car- had Rev. John Bray, minister of
Chart on the "Growth Of Power". 10li St. and Temple ATC. ry them home most of the ttm. Raiford Baptist Church, as their
CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday School: a. m.; Morn Altho we have two trucks In the
-. Sunday Mass 10 a.m. ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic garage, I would much rather, car Pork Chops
"Visit The Charon With Tho Visiting Pastor" Sunday School 11 a.m. Services 7:00: p. m. Kveryon ry things than bother with the How To RelieveBronchitis

.. .. ... ,-- _. I _ ---'II' Week Day Masa 8:30: a.m. I welcome drlvlnur. The streets are dill I..v
and ;no..n covered I have' ; not
been anywhere but we had a C
rS'f'Ty"NG'A NEW WOR.LD STANDARD OF LOW-COST MOTORING funeral Tuesday and I see lots! of Creomuhlonrellevetprompdybecauw!! Center 49 While

people who come to the Mortuary ic poet right to the teat of the trouble Cuts They Last
The ground-hog saw his .shadow to help loosen and Lapel germ laden lb
this Wednesday, so nix: more phlegm and till nature to tooth and i
weeks of bad .weather. heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial

t/1tr onoofAerJ/e !&narterfinedEIIEWfliLET Clay Hill has been enjoying mucous to( tell membun.you a boule.*.Tell of your CreomuNioa drugg" c

etl; lovely wpftthcr. The nice strawberries with the untleniandinit you mint like CHILI :;::: 23
are being picked. The the way It quickly have alleys the rough buck.
or you are to your mnney
Harrison Moxleys pick twice a
week. They are also cultivatingmore CREOMULSIONforCougfts.ChestColds.Bronchitis

] plants Mrs. Bronlcule Mos-

ley has been 111 for some time but I

Is Improved at this writing. Hell I

Moaley still goes to high school !.

In Starke. Earl Mosley, one of i BUY ON EASY TERMS
my school boys has joined the'

is me mod 3eauiy'Qi NUf&i Coast Guard and will leave the ,
middle of the month. He was a I
soldier In the Marine Corps for
quite some time, spending a yearIn W a
t ey c riser
Japan. I am so proud of Earl. l a,
He Is married and lives In his
home at Highland. Mrs. Carson 1 6 t'>rtw

Griffls of Highland went Sunday
to see her mother, Mrs. Brooksle I
Moaley. Nice letter from Ilia Mae I
Johns. She sent me some pictures !
to look over and return. She has '

grown to be a lovely young lady.
Shirley Mosley writes that severalat
1 r LffM Clay Hill school have chicken Saw"V a1/1 Tr *
pox-Vlnnle: Carter's children and tegsT fe
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little J. D. Padgett. Shirley says P* .g y t. -
grandmother Osteen Is now stay-
11'l Ing with them. Nice letter from
the former Margarette Monley of
% Miami. She was giving a spaghetti
supper for her mother-in-law and

tut. 4 Door See/a"/ aunt. She l Is so gloriously happy
R .NIn.D.
.. : and they are considering buying Build The Above .1, .
a i home. y

; -HELPFUL HINTS: Press two' 6-Room Home

small bars of toilet soap together!
after you have softened them In
hot water. :Makes one larger cake From This25'x46'
and can be used for some time.
Before doing cleaning that so buildingHere
soil the hands dig your fingernails I

deep in soap to fill under the .to haw you can own your own hoso for sKTJLL > I
nails. Hands will clean easy then. PRICE that serai like a down payment
When making seven-minute Icing Bay tills sturdily constructed: 2Sx4 foot government \
try: using pineapple juice Instead of building and remodel It yourself to leak like 0 .
water. Good! I put some marshmallows the beautiful six-room hem above. We will furnlifc -
.Jnmt CZ4yozilft'zo' with "Five-Foot Seats" New Panoramic Visibility i. In my lemon pia custard. yon toe blueprint needed. at no eatra eoetl $ 6 9 50
with wider curved windshield and 30% more texture Von can U.e la this bonding ae you work on It
Made It have a different
and have n rent-free home of your -.. N. red I
... aU around New Center-Point Design
n/mI glass area
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Q ie.w 4 '",..,.,., Ie. and light Try using a pot cleaneron tape-yen can cemplete your purchase In n matter ,
--'f7/ :? with Center-Point Steeling, Lower Center of a chicken after you have It of mlllu,". Let us stew you this splendid .
Gravity, Center-Point Seating and Center-Point picked to take out the pin/ tea- building today.dNrNGAOON .
this nfweit of all cars weigh its I
Comma> see new ; RearSwpeD.lioD.ImprovedValve-iD-Ueadengia. there FOR ABOVH 25'dl' BUILDIN0
many exclusive feature and advantage; and for power acceleration smoothness and econ The sun Is trying to shine. I am I KITCHEN T H r BEDROOM I
!
you'll agree it'* the stoat beautiful buy of aU from omy Certi-Sai Hydraulic Brake with New going to take a little walk to Ize a iz4 174'1$0' a 101/ a!u4'LI

every point of view and on wry point of value! Braking Ratios Extra-Strong Fisher Unisteel town with Digger. Life Is so free I =: ... AS LITTLE AS
and after having for years
Chevrolet if th* only ear bringing you off these Body Construction Improved Knee-Action Ride easy
had to be on the job all day. a
jtn.-ear adtantajef at lowtrt tottl Completely new \ with new Airplane-Type Shock Abserbers The These days I am so happy. Always i i .. I One Third Down

: Bodies by Fisher.New nltra-ffnecolor harmonica Car that"Breathes"New AlI-W..ther Comfort I think of you all down there LIVIslT4NG24J t rflfl2/ZO'sii4' Iir9 BALANCE ON EASY
fixture and fabric New Super-Size Interior (Heater and defroster unit optional at extra cost) It is so sunny with no wintry = tIZ4irc MONTHLY PAYMENTS
blasts. Some day when we retire ,
erhapn we can come back to be

near all of you. OPEN MON. Tu oven SAT. a am I >pa

First for Quality at Lowest Cost God bless every one who reads L ACttL SUGGESTED
.m
this. LOVE-LURA. FLOOR FLAN Open All Day Saturday done 8nday

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. OSI 1 WRECKING CORP.
ARMY CAMP

TORODE CHEVROLET CO. a

PHONE 6FRIDAY -
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STARKE, FLA.
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IIGIIT BII.\DFonn COUNTY TKLEOK.IPII. STARKE. FLORIDAKeystone
FIUDXV, FEBRUARY II, 1949PwnnKon
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H. Browning. William |Pfc Tets Chairman icinoi IT ('Olll'r. itnti>K..ni>
Watklns, Roy tone Thanks TUB STATE! OP" FLORIDA .
Chamber and <'ot "x.TV Fl."'"I> 'I Iv ('II '\- 1 I and Mabel teach Swanson lions of said. polltloner will be
Whltcsides Mel Sargent C'Ml: V. TO: Oanrire Swanson and Mabel and that Inn place of residence and taken a. confirmed,
Elects OfficersAt Arthur Ruacher, members of the Heads For Europe Public For Aid Alberta W. <"hll rhailuH Chillier, fluent 101.131 Went Mudlnon .
Defendant. order he
EventE. Board of Directors. In March Of DimesPublic No. 7124. Cane Chicago. IlllnolM. St..t'l Oeora-a Swannnn H..dlab..1: Leach. for four publlMhed(O coiiHecutlAe, once. each weeki week In:
Swanson IM Hotel ,
Banquet Illair Apartment
Lester Bush excutlve secretaryof OKDKR: OF PrBL-IfATlOV: WHEREAS: It appears" In I 107. 7'17: Vent Mndlnnu. Street., Chl- the Bradford County. Telegraph Anewnpnper
AND NI)Tr10 TO APPEAR lain cause now pending In of clrculutlonpubllnhed '
Illinois, and that la
fiairo there adfurI
the Putnam County Chamber support of the recent nn iiiB '
T. Martin auditor with the STATE OP KI.UIUDA tD'' Charles cuit court of the eighth judicial, ,,11'-1 person or persons In the State of ) County Klor>
Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc, of Commerce poke on the me March of Dimes campaign'' In Chllrlera, whose residence. la. un cult of Florida In and fur Kradfnrd Florida the service of a aummoneIn Ida.Dated
work. Bradford known County, In chttncery, wherein Hurke1Inman I chancery. upon whom would bind at Starke, Florida" this 3rd<
of trade County was
VM elected' president of the Key- chanlcs group to'' praised You are required to ISItlngton: and Freddie. the said Oeorire. Swanson and Mitbel day of February. A. D. 1949.
tone Heights Chamber of Com- S. E. McKay retiring president highly by A. J. Thomas, Jr., local March 14 1949. In the ahovn named 1 Htrlcklaml. Ellington, his. wife, pray. Leach $wansnn. you are' therefore A. J. TIIOMAS.!
chairman of the 1949 of Court and cause,< wherein plaintiff for the .adoption of tinsel Swanson i,i ordered to appear In I ald cause on (SEAL) Clerk Circuit court
merce at the organization's annual of the Chamber presided at the WI appeal seeks divorce and restoration. of, that. the 1 Maid. .. Basel Swanson In. the or before the 14th day of March A. Z. Adklns, Jr., Attorney for I'etltlonera. -
banquet held In the Key tone' meeting and pointed out some of the National Foundation for In- maiden name Bradford County I minor child of the said. Oeora; A. !>., 1944, otherwl. the allega 1-11 4t 3-4
I' fantile Paralysis. Mr. TuletfraDh shall. nnhllMh ,.hl. n.tIn -..1
that Thomas announced --
laD. last Saturday night. the recent developments I nt Kt four weekly Itiauea.WltneB .
More than 100 members and have come to the Keystone area that a total of $400.49 my hand and nfricral seal\

euenlg were present to hear. R. I Including the Trail Ridge ilmenite .,rtj.. was contributed to the fund' at 194.Mtarke.,. Florida, this February 9,

C. Specht, profeaHor of chemical mining operation and the Keystone .',, through dime cards In the schools (OFFICIAL BRAD) A. J. Thomas,
Airpark on Crystal Lake. and coin collection boxes In the I Aa Clerk of eahl court. PortableTYPEWRITERS
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fmgtneerinK at the University o business district. Hy Haven. 'Croehy I D. C. Remington
Florida, discuss the commercial The election of new officers was ;Ji Charles. It. Hess 204-05 Ouaranty
School students and teachers Life Hlilg, .lackaonvllle. Flit'
pttfwSbllltlea of a process, recently conducted by the Chamber's retiring Atty. for Plf. 2-ll 4t 3-4
enthusiastically
developed' and now being patented Secretary, CommanderJesse v .,:) supported the -

by the University for the preser- Hill. J drive throughout the county anda IN riHci I'r (CM IIT. mi tr>roii i)
_Uon of the natural color and ,, total of $295.74 was raised 4.KIIY.( 01 MTV' FI.OIIIUAl m CII,"%-I

hape of flowers. He exhibited a through this source as follows; Audrey Radell Plaintiff. va. Kenneth -

mnnber:: of articles fashioned of -- Lawtey School: .?.. $31.OS Hadell Defendant. Ca.e No.

with natural-color flowers : Brooker School ... .(24.36 0988.ORDER OF ,
plastic rn /! "" PUBMPATtOV:
embedded In the material. EL : Hampton School ... ".$13,.83 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR,

who wishes to use the Anyone process .............:...... .. ..................,... -.: I Hellbronn SChool.. .$20.00 l1ad.RTATK.... whose OF FLORIDA residence to la: Kenneth flamlln.
:::mH,! :.. ::;:::;:::i' Rising School: ... ..$9.70 Avenue, Culirtland, New. York

commercially may apply for a ; : ;' __ u__ Graham School. ,.. :$3.01 You are required to appear on
license at the University, the. DmutU s ); March 14 19411.!) In the above named
speaker stated. Pfc Marvin Tetaione, son of Starke School..?.. ........$153,.86 Court and cause wherein. plaintiff
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MLBirths Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Tetstone of Lawtey Training School seeks divorce. Bradford County
Other officers elected for them Telegraph shall publish this Order.
w year were: Eddie Raynor Brooker Is stationed with the (Colored) ..... .,..,14.89 In next tour weekly iHMlieH.Wltneiia $79.50
U. S. Air Force at Keesler Field, RJE (Starke colored school my hand. and official seal.
vice president; Frank Scott, secretary at Shadycreat Hospital: ) at Starke, Florida, this February
; and Al Nelson Wayne Miss and has completed the "...... ?. _. ... ..._,.$29.93 10 1949.

1 Mr. and Mrs Mitchell Eugene course in Airplane &: Engine Wateroak (colored) ._.. ..$10.00 A(OFFICIAL* Clerk of SEAL Bald Court.) A. J. Thom, ,

Douglas of Lake Butler a son, Mechanics In which he enrolled F"v Haven Crosby D. C.
March 2 1947. "Residents. of Bradford County" Zaoh H. Douglas. MS-607 Lynch
on ,
W.C.T.U.TIIOMAS Mlchoal Clyde born Jan. 31. Mr. Thomas said "may take just fildir. ., Jackminvllle, Fla. (PLUS $1.77 FEDERAL TAX)
He Is now transferring to the Atty. for Plf. 2-11 4t 3-4
Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford War- pride in their outstanding gener-
Theatre --
European of
EDISON SAID "TO ren Reese of Starke a son, Joseph Operations ous response' to the 1919 Marchof iv THM OIH('i'IT COURT OP
born Feb. 2. where he will be assigned to the Dimes. Fully I. <. H ll>'. KK.MTI4 JIIIHItl.UK .
rUT ALCOIIOL IN TIlE HUMAN Tyson aware of the
I Airlift In Berlin. (' 'I IT. IN AM) FOil. HlltllKOIIO -
BODY IS LIKE PUTTING SAND Mr. and Mrs Clinton Erwin urgent need for fund to carryon : IOIMV.' IX .. (' n. i BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHLAWN

IN TilE BEARINGS OF AN EN- Daugherty of Waldo a son. Daniel JJia fight against polio, our local IN:W ANSON.UK AUUC'TION OP HAZELS ,

CINE." Wayne born Feb. 2. Uf people outdid all previous effortsto NOTICE TO APPGAR: I It.

NATIONAL PROIIIBITION Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sidney ttBSC make this year's drive the ,. """C.. ....n!, ,""' __, w, ......- --O..v. ,_ ,.. n__.__..' '111 '''_ ,, ''''.''''Jl,'''''' '''''_. II I..J.. '-d' ..........-......__
COMMITTEE: : ) Trlest of Keystone Heights a B I success It had to be." :- ;; "" '. : : H nFA :: -" < ::; : <> ;
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Mr. Thomas : ; !
soil, Thomas Alva born Feb. 3. made known his : ,
'--__ -- heartfelt appreciation of the vol- FA 't :

unteer workers in this area who ii I I' ..S "'Op'l'ft' a L.-U-tE' S' #>
'
The ,
regular monthly meetingof spearheaded the f.!f .. I
Every Branch of the New River District North drive and ex- < go < 'I .. .', ',:+
pressed gratitude for the
Florida Council Boy Scouts. of splendid i ) 'JI'W: \., \4- 1 1t
INSURANCEH. America 'was held at the Little cooperation< of the Bradford Coun- 'Ii .,:. p :) , <'w.h
u
ty Schools "whose, r '! 'n' : < .< 'l'
tea- I
principles
I Cafe in Lake Butler Fla. at 7:30: : ---- t he .qJ"i f'v
chers
p.m., Jan. 20. unstlntlngly and pupils of gave their so. time willinglyand and .......... .._>'..fl', < fo. .. 1'i< -

Srouters ,.. ,
present were: Tar re money; ," f ': ""
Jordon, Dahmer Brown Hardee i k,' .'
C. WALL AGENCY "I realize the difficulty of na-! .
Nasworthy, Deal, Howard Ray. b -
t mond Brown, Simmons. Slade, Ing all group and individuals entitled -
to praise Mr Thomas i _
Fort and Rowand. GARDEN
PLEASE I'HONE 146
said. "At the same time, 1 want
Howell Nasworthy Dlst. Chairman -
Constant Service Ot'er.50, YearsCLASSIFIED- presided. everyone In Bradford County to
accept sincere
thanks
my
as a
Bert Simmons gave the Commissioners personal message. In so doing I --M \i f _; FREE !

report on membership speak not for myself alone, nor l

stating that the membership couldbe for my associates on our various

brought up by organizing more March of Dimes Committees. My

units. He called attention that expressions of appreciation are I 1u1p11 StPIR 61QN1

report showed a. larger membership
amplified thousands
----- of times over
l Foil HAI.IO'/:: llnnd milk rust with than was true. After
takingout by infantile paralysis patients here REG.
two I-mo old. femnle kids U l,1Hike .
FOR HALE OK TRADE: MTH. K. L.pnntiin.' old Uivwerii the Units In the State Farm and elsewhere who are being and

HORSES & MULES place oil new llluinllnit:: hlKhwny.; and the lapsed units, we were not will be aided because Bradford 25c

lip reaching many boys. In this district County residents strove so generously .

FOlt HAI.IO: Mare mule, work.., In proportion to those to make the 1940 Marchof
rldeK anywhere. 2-Moy Ulx..... PockogtV
double. or single Mtock. Alanolhpr available. Camp attendance leadership Dimes the best on record" IBV "
plowB.' ,'..al Planter.. now training and proper reports *
Maddlm. pump, piping, and ntherartUlen I
., Advancement
I on were also
Visit Dock Crow'a place, Livestock Sales
Liuntf Ulldve. It. 11. Tlioiuue. stressed. wfkeTHEWpRICI Up to $2 trade-in

Zip I.IS Plans were made for the Scout Held Every TuesdayW. BUR PEE S

FOIL HRNT! 4-roam furnUhed apt. week programs. I of LAWN allowance
t bedrooma, dining room and Fred Moore manager of lOUr Super Olant
kitchenette. Tom Slade explained his
Private bath. Srpurate plans
enlrnnca. F*. A. Scott, 609 for the Finance drive which will the Farmers Produce Market Inc. t ka.
25 to SO head to pick from t Temple Ave lip be a one day drive on February at Gainesville wishes to notify r ,
stock owners of Bradford Countyand Toward The Purchase Of
: !
WE DELIVER ANYWIIKKE
IIOITHR FUR HAL.IS:: II ronma, I 10th. A breakfast In Starke and
If '000..., In the market for a .bathe. 3 screen' porrhea, bullt-ltl. adjoining area that stock sales "
)
In Lake
one Butler to
CHbliiotn. venetian I ; furnliih- start the are being held on Tuesday of .. re $1 0 n A New Firestone.Battery..
male : : : :'d'1J. : .
io nd horse or we Invite ed fur aparlmentH. rnll-: teams out and reports at the BarB week I i NO 5Y6CNA21NICalAAr
with .
road! atatlon $1.500. 6M every highest cash
rooto vlalt our stable before -Q at Dukes that
: C'huri'h, HI, Uoo. II. Johnwon. UpATTnACTIVII evening were prices> being obtained. As Little
baying or trading elsewhere. part of the plans. i Pay t GET YOURS, TODAY I
POWERMOWi&
All ashes. cuar.n..11E. FURNISHED A: tinfurnl.h. The Stock owners may reach the *. ,
strictly
.... apta. 'luxe In. UeulrHble. February meeting will be market by turning left at the As 1.25 A WEEK! r
R & J. T. ANDREWS All uunvenlenreM. Apply at the Freewill Baptist ChurchIn :
ball park on the Galnesvllle-Wal-
Flu.I Colonial inn lot W, 1\I..dl..on.. tr Dukes Fla. L4a.J6 }
Bo* 95 Lake fuller on February 10th. do road and driving three mileson J) _-_

FOIL HAM:: o.ouo maikH NO. :!'3xcfil A Bar-B-Que for all Cubs Scouts N. Alabama Road to the stockyard
pnn 8AT.K: Ites-lntered. rtrahmer. % rune, I. IJHr' Htulk .nt filed, and Scouters In the District will
I Hull yearling. with pap.ra. "HueMuurloa Average, 6 ft. .'. 4'. llodirea, ,
KdwurdH. Jr., Htarka.. ItfeKWINCI lit. 3, ln UJ, atitike 1-Mii.. be the feature. Amos Howard, L. VV. Cobb la the auctioneer. ? 1H4t4t (Nt
2tp 2-1S Camping and Activities U In iJdtf

: MACfllNkl KKI'AIKS: : ourtrut'k charge of the program.The I\ nun IT fmiir. IIHAUFOHO 5
will rail for and dHtwr. In FOR FIKNT: : Nicely furnlBliecl. 2
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( 01 V'rv KLouiitii IM III ':\- 2 '
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Ktarka Wei1ne day of each: we-ek. hedrofim cottage. with hath. New March meeting will be at (''':11''. ; w Vir'to.ee
( Jill klnde of Mewing, machine repaJru. lliin-Thortn 1 heater. In. .
; Elizabeth Williamson IIke.. Plaintiff
I'hnmuer, of ; lulldlnit Howell Nasworthy'a place at the -
+ our work guaranteed torwlisfy. Cummercv VI<. WHlter lucks. Uefenilant., E FOR 15 YEARS
I>rup u.. a. line or cnllI1ITXR. tf Lake on the 24th. I Case No. TUBOKDEK Supreme Quality
The ewing Shop, :JJ5 W Of Ptrni,IOATtON
Main St. Ualneavllle.\ 4t WANTED: PUACTICK PIANO Mliat. Mr. Tarre and Mr. Hardee AND NOTirH TO APPEAR GARDEN HOSE --
lie. In goad Condition.> Phone Scoutmasters of Troops 140 and BTATR OF FLORIDA to: R'alterIlleke this auoun.-po..re4
milt SALE: A dlvlnlnn of land having Hurry n ,. r wart I Trr
Cannon at Htnrke 104. : who residence I I. unknown.You lawn the s. to runH as
.
112 low root ecoDomical Practically daflei wean t Sedate
on It building Inta on and or write to same nt displayed some very good tin ) and ;
Keystone are required to appear on .. to
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closets-
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new Blandlns: highway. Inproperty Height itp 'can craft In the form of baskets larch. 14, 1949 In the above named 11I0..r. 1\'s wmetl controls on henNe' 8IID and weather. Withstand isfnge
come of a 1-room and 4- 'ourt and cause. wherein. plaintiff -tip 0111\0. '. 1110\01'. otar.Droot ) sigh water ptnuora. Mad. with
made from
room nicely furnished no. 10 tin atnttonantttndVere.t
cottnwe.Karloaed
porchea and yard. Utindejpelto WOVDBRFUIi OPPORTUNITY for cana. seeks dlvorre. Bradford County sun BrSa.. is a4JUI\- 139 50 1 two.brr.t4 Bayou Cord. Oorarod

and cool and shady In MIIIIIaiear party eiititlillehed) with tea experience room In heart to open of Rowand reported the reorganization Telegraph In next four'shall weekly publish l: HUe this.. Order y. 18 tO lnch 1t/FI' ch 11-............'.. with tongs boautlfal (toon Far OHNaopMno. rA2v 945
Timber and pulpwond to rltarke. Very email, Investment of Pack 70 and a Cub Witness iny hand and official seatat able from VI xfckei: -pt.t.tt "it.iimilnf*. ,
.partly fine pay pasture for It,, partly and about fenuwd.Hear SOrea required. Writ box number 48*. leaders training course In Starke. Iola.. t Starke. Florida this February 4, Haw" ooapUDp.fire.tone TIRMS

Htarke. All for 16890 It There being no further businessthe (OFFIC1AtaEALI A. J. Thomas,
Terms to reeponalble people. P. O. A. Clerk of said Court.
no1OB, marke tfI APARTMENT FOR RENT: 1-room. meeting was adjourned.
ninety furnlHhed apt for rent. Prl- fly Haven Crosby D. C.
vat. entrance, private bath. Eleo- Respectfully submitted Robert 1C Dunran, 1017 Lynch Bids; '
trio .Ire. box. Oa. for hot water arkaonvllle, Fla. : '
heatingcooking.. 110 W. Howell Nasworthy District Chairman Ally for Pit. J-il t *. rrtc:1i = Mo roTHI
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I Madlnon. Ht. tf KWH
Save $1 f Oa luxe Quality OAIMN
FOR, SALE: Hospital bed used 2 T. A. Rowand ID. Sect.
mo. I like Kleo. refrla-erator, APPLIANCES \ YEARS 95
6 t.I sire,n't..c condition. Call ;GARDEN HOSE j'1 l 97 1
T*
.. IBRING YOUR'MATTRESS Itp Flying Farmers 'e..lal .e JloreeN ;
.
TWO a-i TO on lower and one on upper floor Meet At 24.95 >...... ..* watacpnamrM.
t 201 N. Cherry. tit. lip 8ALES-SKRVICK ,
Keystone AirparkBecause !' Ha ry slnjW.tr \
*-UH HINT: : Unfurnlahed houae, 4
; ld m Cord la
room A shower bath. Close In. ayes Lang
: KEYSTONE
; STARKEBEDDING -See J. T. Qulaley.; It of the complete facilities : ; alderrat- 6251
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only 4:01.rd.opr/m. Hand)
WILL LKA.SIO well-equipped reatau- It offers to the air-minded SERVICE, Inc.u.L.P.I. pay ARb -

'- rant Nlranle at party.Keystone The Airpark only reatau-to des public Keystone Airpark has been ... ZS "rwrlow-eoapunge. ORAL SHOVEL

CO. runt In a growing recreational. selected as the destination for the KKV9TOMB] II R in IIT". FLA. A
renter Rxperlent neneaeary, Ftsosi. e
Itny H. Urownlnir, Airport IIf..... third Mass Flight of the Flying WtIKA
K.. y. t o n. Airpark KeyvtonetlelKhta I. V. Wlllla...., a..e.t.U"
I Fla. Itp Farmers a national organization
And Save $1.00 of growers who utilize their own

On Price OfRenovating INSURANCBJ fire' automobile writ., liability a 11 ,llnea and: personal planes in conjunction with lF jt 'krjj J EITi '

life. B.. me for your Insurance. their farm operations MARCIA JUNIOR A Ii fcU-Y ,, 1!
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need N. D. vValnwrlcht. Jr. 11* 1I ''iJo.4'M' ; ; > ), > J!, <".

W. Cal St.. Phone 114. tf Roy H. Browning manager of BY LADY FAIR ; ..
the Airpark situated just off ..

IF MATTRESSESOF Route 100 between Starke and BEAUTY SHOP CHANGE OVER TO
papa. SALE CHEAP: I Franklin \
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a'emeUc-draft wood heater 1 ALL KINDS Keystone Heights, states that be- o \
!ara) coal-burnlns1 olrculatlna BENOVATBDtI tween BO and 100 members of the n '
healer. Both In Hood oondltlan 'irefotieWHITE
Bradford County Telegraph.! tf organization, will fly to the AIr- laay..operat'''p '

park on Thursday. Feb. 17. The 4
SELL YOUR TIMBER actual number attending will of LAWN MOWIR. ".. SIDEWAU

NOW course, depend largely upon the F' _au00"..q,1IaftBd! Firestone i I t :\

y. Highest Cash Prices Paid weather. pon..d. ""' = '
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I
Association members will have

WILL BUY IN BULK" FUBNTTUHK dinner at the Airpark cafeteriaand r .la", Hi52&ONETHIRD

OR IN UNIT REUPHOLSTERED will hold a business meeting L.-

AND KKFINISHTO: In the Skytel. Some of the members ._ *

f EDWIN W. PECKOr Drop IT* A Card are planning to spend the UUw.lI and yawn

John W. Turner DASTINGS MATTRESS: CO. weekend as guests of the Airpark.The go for t" look tk yflra

Gain O. Box 463 Box MO Falfttka", Flv Flying Farmers Association L. IJ 'az' Down Payment your oar too. LIB Ifyovr

i vlUe. Fla. was conceived by farmers of the Delivers a New P L A N a isw Ae tlroa bye uay &

West and Mid-West, !where the 25 la tk4B trade <
FOR SALE: -BMc. lot. on neRlandlng w left ) eiay
Sad IDe a postcard and I 1 highway: IVi ml.I from distance between farm and pointsof Firestone 8-cu. "'J'01I'UI"hU alkrwukM'
Call lit. bridge. Wrlta P.O. 13nx
will come see you. I tat. Starke. tf supply la great and plane. area WIU for tIIa Imp aiIsss.

major means of transportation. ft. RefrigeratorIn \
FOR 8Af.K: Concrete flower pot : .. U _
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peon .Ad.E: Electrolu VacuumJbeaneT for Officers of the Florida I
churches gardena. hotel t4t ,
group
i otfel .'.;.,..practically I .. 116 i new S., A Walnut with Hta-ke A am., Fla.Nlck'a Bargain 4t house t-IS., which was recently organized are: 'rIIIkIr. $eta, lie II aayltltili <
an, ph. 25. it 1-11 President O. F. Ward of Ward .... .".. I41riq.. .. It twit Fay you UM Ill! ,

-wTAL INSURANCE: For Ingersrtion FOR HKNT A bath.cabins Nicely, each turn.with Ph 11 I Irose I Aero Sales Inc.. Lake Wales; and wall..( eafl lit (aip. ...

'.'<> about WHITBMPITAMZATION CRn!s rlnaLI. located H ml. H. of Secretary-Treasurer William C.
PLAN
.ev wttl.el by 70-yr.old und..r-I Stark.Pln.hur.t Tourist Court Lazarus, State Aviation Super. LADY FAIR FEAUTY SHOP
1.18
4tp
L/. Ca.ualty Co.. your lo"aenpraaentatlva 1, I
visor Tallahassee, Fla.
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will be glad to a..aw FOR SALR: One 2-pc. mahogany .f ': Firestone Home &e Auto Supply
.tt. without obllxatlon Mrn.. finish llvlnir room .ult. Can be Details of this flight are being I l alaa S. Wainwright 120Veet ....
at R. t). Alvarel A Son Btor-
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arranged by Dr. O. M.
Zelgler
Oall 8ttI.ark. Fla. Phnn* "
age Warehouse. Writ. Box 771
14. It-tilt I or phone 10l.( tf Palatka W. A. Hunt Clermont.I fjpP< N"I 'H Nt: e 600. Temple Ave. J. P. ROBERTS OwatrrAGE I Irl

and E. H. Hurlebaus Dunedin. .


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