Bradford County telegraph
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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 18, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Since iorida'sCoOOperatingUp525Percent 1929, Tax Association Report ShowsBY BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

JIM! MASSEY its study results how much this

lax Journal Staff Writer I building program affected the total -

Day by day In every way the the expenses.Florida. So State The Journal Improvement asked flffrmnl_ _____ Cnunlu_ ___n_ _Publlt'nllnn_____ _.____ _1''llhll.l4h"d____n..n__ .I."_. n'Ita'_ .

tate'i operating expenses get I Commission for the figures. ,
bigger and bigger. VOLUME SEVENTY 8TAKKR. .'LOUIU.'UII),\' FKBKUARY: IS. 1949 I
"Specifically, It said. In reply MITMBKK: TIIIRT -oNE
Last year for example they "the state has allocated since

out 022,538 reached of taxpayers'the which dizzy I la a height pocketbooks.lot of of money$204-""- for funds 1945 a total state from program federal funds grants of costing$37,700,770 and with the Smith Denied Snow_ Blankets Starke Plaintiff And Defendants Undergo

The Florida Tax Information sale of revenue for. a total of (Jn February 1899)) I
Association which --- ---- --- --- -
Inc. would rather -
: New. Trial
make exhaustive studies of $16.442,750.Building prospects completed up ; Oral Examination In Meter Suit

perplexing tax problems than go to Dec. 31, 1948, for the three-

fishing came up with these 1948 year period since 1945 from state Enters I.
The heated
AppealJudge controversy
figures In a study that goes as funds, amounted to $14,539,420 i I.i Called Meeting overf1tarkt'
far back as 1929. and under | proposed! parking meters
The association Illustrated its projects construction Of Farm Bureau moved from the street and
amounted to
$24,173,350. John A. H.
Murphree City Council chamber Into the
findings with a graph that begins -
with Thursday morning sentenced Ho- Courthouse TonightA arena of the county courthouse
a gradual then, at
Subtract that from the ontbnunil w.e! Ii
I < gan Smith. Jr, to a term of four Thursday morning as depositions
1945: 'as
jumps high as a mountain -
peak. At the summit It at- expenses for the year 1945: to years for "wantonly and malic- i: special meeting of the Bradford were taken, both from the defendants

1948 inclusive and you still geta clously shooting at and Into the j Farm Bureau Is called for' and the plaintiff on oral.
with this
a flag question; pretty good sum, but the Increase house of one Titus Olson which Friday night Feb. 18, at 7:30: : examinations
"Where do ,we from here?" : 1&$4&
S C S over other years would ..was then and there used and occupied" .: o'clock In the courthouse. All members -.'' Following the lengthy courthouse
x not have been so great had It not and friends are Invited to'
The tn session, for the
suiHocIittion'n study reveal attorneys
been for the building I' and bring someone.
program. come
that total operating expenses of Previous to the sentencing. / plaintiff, W. H. Graham announced ,
the state since 1929 have *increased What Increase there was Is due, Smith's motion for a new trial was r'i: It Is the Intention of the secretary that they would apply to Circuit I
no doubt. to the upward trend of
2 to write all members Inter-
denied. His Zach .
525 per cent. attorneys Doug- .. Judge A. H. Murphree for a
everything. including eggs and ba e ested In the Blue Cross to attend I
In 1929 the total outgo was las of Jacksonville and Green & temporary Injunction restraining

32582771.: Then it crawled con.The association's Green of Starke, announced that I this meeting, and it Is hoped to the city from Installing/ the met ,.

jumped, and sprang to the $204.- that study shows they would enter an immediate ,, w have the required number present era, as proposed. The time of the
522.538 of last year. education drew down thebl&'gest appeal to the Supreme Court. -- U e$ ,, to reach the goal of 40 percent. hearing before Judge Murphree
check in 1948. The total j I ( I ; .
The Increase was gradual was $60,148,356, as compared to The motion for a new trial was ; pe .. Members are asked to come prepared was not announced at press time ,.

through '1945: amounting to approximately approximately back in : made on a number of counts, Including to take out this Insuranceand yesterday. as the Judge was ,in :-
160 per cent. but it 1929 when Doyle Carlton was one that the court "erred | : it Is expected that Gilbert another hearing and could not

took Its big jump upward from governor. In and by permitting the state T Cook, Blue Cross representative, bo reached at the time. f

then on, as far as figures were Public welfare last year cost to Introduce evidence for crimes will be present.. Appearing oral examination''

available to study. taxpayers $45.563,490. In 1929 it committed by defendant prior to Blue Cross and Blue Shield has Thursday morning were membersof ,

Nick Von Glohn Jacksonville :was In the neighborhood of $900- and subsequent to the committingof been approved for members of the City Council and Mayor f fJ.

property owner Is president of 000. Highways came third last the alleged crime." the Bradford Farm Bureau provided P. Roberts. They were questioned '
"" ""_'j_ '!''';'<4'- ') *'!f.'f.J'' : ... ., :
the tax Information association. year with $42,618,493. In 1929 Pending the outcome of his appeal the required percentage ol by Attorney J, C. Adktnu.

Cecil W. Pembertoh is the aeoclatlon' I the total approximated $11,000 to the Supreme Court, Smith I, ABOVE : members take advantage of the Jr. of Gainesville who has as his

executive secretary. Is at liberty under a new bond of FEBRUARY 1899AT f. *G health program. associates in the case J. C. Ad-

In 19.IS, the state's cash outgo 000.And so It goes all down the $2.0,09. Member are asked. to bring kins, Sr.; A. Z. Adklns, Jr., and

for Its expensea was $83,412,161.That line from hospitals, health, and RIGHT: .'. I t" ..; ,.. .,. wife's and children's birth datesto T. Frank Landrum.
was before It discovered sanitation with $10,094.857 in 1949Yes ', e.. _'t _,. J,; ,, "''V!' _._\. .,:. pI the meeting tonight.Chairman The plaintiff W. H. Graham

that its buildings were all run 1948 as compared to a little more Red Cross Quota FEBRUARY II I I II I ,' : ,; ,: / !;k.'k. .. ...4i.) "" ____.___ who brought suit seeking to res-
down at the heels that it wouldbe than $1,600,00,0 in 1929 to retirements I .- there seems ample evidence ,. ....\. .. .. .._.'t.. ..., ''''t\\!' _'.." ". .r train the City from Installing-
a good Idea to build that capital '. ..;. ,..-:"'' ,.r ..' ,.. i!, Pleased meters, was examined I
center Tallahassee. pensions benefits in the two scenes depicted .... % "",. ,'. ,.. ''''. ':'. :" ,' .. ....'. by attorney
at For one which, last year, totaled $1,195- here, representing!: a time lapse of ". "), 't :\ '" .. W n A mow of the law firm.
thing. this would end for all! time. 152. Set At $2,511Ground 1 4 ;;; ,;::-.c+ :.; j Clayton Arnow
& Duncan of
half a century, to prove that :
any argument in favor of taking C. :i. : '. .. .. : i., ,",,_,,, ,.. :.. ... With C of C Drive Gainesville, who Is associated with
winters .
are definitely becoming .
.. .. .
of. .
the capital elsewhere In the state '" ', .!: .. _,.f. .. \ '.. ,' ... .
Here are the yrar-hr-year disbursement milder-at least In Bradford Coun. .'... ._'I> :8', .f :,. .1' (' .' .. City Attorney G. L. Patten In
That t : : '
wasn't the main ..
reason of figures tabulatedby work for the 1919 Red / ,. representing the defendants.
as .
course but it was sufficient to ty. ,... a. 'if.c.._:._,_,_'_ : IU. "... ,t'' .: ;' '_. :_..rl .
kill the tax information. association Cross fund drive In Bradford Coun. The top picture, taken by '1'j; 4. ;Ir. .: .., .. '. .. Results of the first few days of Authorization:! ror employmentof
the removal ideas that bobbedup $ ,
now and then. : ty was laid at a meeting held In Hoover Bros. Studio on the mornIng .. ". ..,. .. ,". .. .....,, ''" .-,,;. ., *! .' : '''. the Chamber of Commerce current Arnow as an associate in the P
In 1929, $32.582,771: ; 1930 42. the courthouse' Thursday night of of Feb. 13, 1899 shows the i 1:' ",....1"..":.. *', f. 1'0.;.. ; .. 'If:... .. .. membership drive have been cane was made at the City Council
1946. these expenses reached 835.236; 1931 $34,729,351; 1932, last week at which time It was famous snow that fell In. North. .,..:... ,. ... .. "most gratifying". Guy Andrews, meeting Tuesday afternoon
'$103,898.621, and they shot up to $32,278,597; 1933 $32.375.523: ; announced the east Florida during the....night of .2 newly elected president of the or. with the understanding that he
that ..
county quota ... .
: ...
$133612,604 In 1947. 1934, $35,150,014: : ; 1935: $38,861- has been set at $2,511. Feb. 12 of that year and greeted ..," ', "' JI'''' ganization:! announced yesterday. Is to receive no fee or compensation .
S CC 'f'
207. Mrs. Junlus 'M. startled citizens when they awoke '1:11: ,, .. ..... -.. ''Wi'ft. f- A luncheon meeting of workers from the City. Compensation
Smith was .
The _
biggest expenses ramp. 1936 $43,281,860: 1937. $48- the next morning. It remained on !; ', ... .- ...<" will be held at noon today (Fri. for Mr. Arnow was said by CitY'
therefore, in the three years when 640,180; 1938 $52,721,229 1939, elected to serve as chapter chairman the without for , ; ground, melting, ., ,. day) for the purpose of "checkingup" the "obligation"of
An. .. .
the state for the and Guy "
had launched Its tremendous $60,710,757; 1940, $67,899.110 19- year three M.. H.
; two or days and never has / Mr. Andrews added. Rhodes. Inc. of Hartford.
building program, not 41, $75,961,872; 1942, $77.802- drews was named as county chairman such a phenonenon occurred In ...... t Conn., the parking meter company .
only at Tallahassee but 163. for the fund drive. T. II. .;. ... 1' >> He stated than many new memberships -
at the
the history of the state since that ''P' f have been received as according to terms of the
University of Florida and at other 1943, $66.914.678; 1944, $77- Shade was appointed publicity I .11. -r ;1." ; .. contract.
chairman for the drive and W. time.The ( W: a result of a recent dlclslon of the
state institutions. .
; .
057,093: .. .
10 '
; $83,412,161: 1946 photographer was facing r' ".., ji lower the
The Florida Tax Information $103,893,624( ; 1917 $153,612,604; B. Sewell as chairman of the west at the Intersection of Walnut .... '10 ,. ;; Board of Directors to
Association didn't special gifts division. .. .. l' '. minimum membership fee to $19 Livestock Prices
point out, in 1948. $204, 22,1S38. and Jefferson Streets. At '-"I ) .
Mr. Andrews stated that the left Is the large two-atory' frame ( .. ,; t ,,: ::...' .'"\ ,..W(' ) per year. Up At Gainesville
complete drive organization will .. .. \. .,. I "This Is a healthy Indication"
residence which has since been ;:. .
Rotarians Present 1949 Ford SelectedAs be announced In the near future absorbed Into the Magnolia Hotel.In .. if fN:1.1/ "... .:,. .': Mr. Andrews stated, "for, after Market Tuesday
Crate Of Berries including chairman for, the out- ., all. what we need even more thenmoney
"Fashion Car"Of the left mid-distance Is the # "" ti.t. Prices were from SOc to
lying areas and other communitiesIn ... $ In the Chamber. of Commerce up
To Visiting Head The Year the county. Baptist Church since enlarfctid- I .. .,' rJ.: .. 1s the Inspiration and enthusiasm $1.50 on both cattle and hogs "'-.,
and remodelled. The figure : : -
at\\ this week at the Farmers Produce
Bradford County's famed winter New York. N. Y. Selection of Mrs Smith pointed out that! center Is Starke's then Mayor, ,. .'..' .... ." .' \ ""' ..., .., of an Increased mem-. Market Inc., Gainesville with
We concerted
strawberries came In for some National Red Cross has sent $900 I A. L VonKIrn, who seems to be'' t '. 'ti.'fr1(;P ... :" "fIl. ... bership. are making a business good demand. Manager W. F.
the 1949 Ford to receive the .I" drive to enroll every :,
good publicity Monday night whena I to the )local Chapter as a grantto all bundled up like a native of .. ,.::. t//' ,. _: large or small, In the Chamber Moore states that the run of cat
Fashion Academy Award as aid victims of the tornado that Nome Alaska r. '" "
delegation from the Starke Rotary complete with far : .W'I.. tle and hogs was "extra light"
Club America's "Fashion Car of the destroyed several .homes east of muffs. .. : ,,c 'if .4. .. for only In this way can we have and
presented a crate of 1 that more volume Is neededto
t' .. effective Mr.
... an organization
ripe, red fruit to Angus Mitchell Year" was announced officially Starke last fall. This picture Is In sharp con- ..' .#, : iE ...,. .,. I Andrews, said keep the buyers interested

of Australia, President of Rotary by Emil Alvin Hartman, Director "This Is a good example of the trast to the one at left In ;whicha JI.fI' : f,}3.t'i \' )Ifo added however, that I"rlterbUNlnellll "We are assured" of a heavierrun

International.The ready assistance that Is offered bevy of Bradford beauties are 't'r" .. ,,; of cattle for next Tuesday's
of ,
the Fashion Academy .' ore still encouragedand ,
presentation was made at by the Red Cross In time of disas caught climbing/ the blo m-laden JI dale as several stock owners. have

a ,mammoth dinner in honor of The Fashion Academy has become ter." Mr. Smith stated. "Brad. branches of a flowering pear tree, f' ., expected to take out more made reservations," Moore said.

Mitchell held in the auditorium noted through the years ford Countlans also rememberthe tricked by the unseasonable warm I ,t than one membership, accordingto / The sale starts promptly at 2

of the George Washington Hotelin for its annual selection of "Amer. funds that were sent to this February weather. Into thinkingit their menns. "Many of our o'clo'k and stockmen are urgedto

Jacksonville Monday. night. ica's best dressed women." These county to aid victims of the Hampton Is really spring. liirper; >bufilnenes are taking out come In early with their stock.

Several Jacksonville Rotary Anns awards have been made for the fire several years ago. Our The Jacksonville area, which ary 13 that year reported that a four Inches at Lake Butler: Thetempuiatuie multiple mrmber"hlp-on." for Report of the sale Tuesday

volunteered to preserve the berries last 20 years. county has' been fortunate i In, not includes Starke has experiencedthe storm of sleet reached the city In Jacksonville dropped each of their employee, Mr. An-. Feb. 15: :
said "This Is indeed
and forward them on to the International The Ford was chosen to receive having many serious disasters, warmest winter In 17 years. about dUNk the night before and to 10 dxgreea that day, which rommemlnble HOGS: No.1. 1845: ; No.2.

President, since the the Fashion Academy Gold Medal but we never know when one Temperature In January averaged gradually turned to snow as the iccounts for the snow remainingon end shows the kind 17.70; No. 3, 1670; No.4, 1655: ;

crate was a little too bulky _for after 1949 automobile models of will strike" Mrs. Smith continued, around 63.6 dt'grees--8.2 above temperature became lower duringthe thu ground for so long. Lake of spirit that" will keep Starke No. 0. 1605: ; lIlt, 1590.:

him to take along on hU official all makes and In all price field "and It Is nice to know that we normal. December weather was night It wan driven by strong City reported two Inches and progressing FEEDER PIGS: $13 to 16.75. .

visit to Rotary Clubs in majorU. had been carefully studied from can depend on the Red Cross 6.4 above normal and November westerly and northwesterly. winds, Gainesville. one Inch. No official The Chamber President said COWS: CUTTERS, 1600 to 1700 .-

9. Cities.Rotartans the standpoint of excellence In when and if needed. For this 7 above normal. Although some and shortly before midnight the report was given from Starke, that honors for the best. solicitation ; Canners 1400 to 1600; Culls

and Anns design simplicity and feminine reason. It behooves every citizen observers think winter is practically flurry settled down to a heavy fall but the fall here probably ranged work thin week go to the 12.00 to 11.00; Bulls, 1600 to 18-

tending this event Rotary from Starke at- style appeal according to Mr of the county to support the fund over others are keeping of white flakes. It was Florida's between Gainesville's one Inch team of S L. Peek, Jr and F. F 00.CALVES

were President Herbert Deal and Hartman. drive to the extent of his or her their fingers crossed, remembering share of one of the worst blizzards and Lake Butler's four Inches Stump, who collected around $350: : Common, 18.00 to 20.-

Mrs. Deal Mr.. and Mrs. Guy Official announcement of the ability." hard freezes that have comeas that swept the country In February Traces of snow have been reported In memberships In a few hours 75; Culls, 15.00: to 1800.

Andrews, Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. award to Ford was made in a Mr. Andrews announced that the late as the middle of March. 1899. Traces of snow were here at rare Intervals, Mrs. Marian Howe, executive

Covington Mr. and Mrs. T. K. letter to Henry Ford II, President Junior Woman's"THub will again But getting back to that famous experienced as far south as Fort probably five or six times In secretary of the Chamber announces W. A. Jolly Dies

McClane, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. C. of the Ford Motor Company.The handle solicitations In the residential snow of 1899-the Jacksonville Myers, Avon Park and Titus- the past half century, but none I that there Is an acute -

H. Quick Mr. and Mrs. W. H. letter said: section. A meeting will be heldIn Times-Union. & Citizen of Febru- vllle. The heaviest recorded was In recent years. need for at least two unfurnlshitd Of Heart Attack

Graham Mr. and Mrs. JunlusM. "You will be pleased to hear the USO building following the I homes to rent Anyone who has Near Starke

Smith Mr. and :Mrs. Al Kay I am sure that the 1949 Ford Lions Club meeting on Wednesday 16 Delinquents Farm Ownership such property to rent Is asked

Carlisle Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nan- :has been selected for the Fashion Feb. 23, for the purpose of Sibley To Head to notify the secretary as soon William Andrew Jolly M, of

worthy Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Academy Gold Medal Award as familiarzing workers with the Named By BoardA Borrowers Have as possible Waldo died early Monday after-

and Mrs. T. H. Slade. I the fashion car of the year. This procedure of soliciting. Meeting In StarkeAn noon as the result of a heart
choice was made on the basis of The drive officially opens list of 18 Bradford Countydelinquents Funeral Sunday attack suffered while driving his

excellence In design and March 1. who have not complied Tourist Club automobile about two miles east
Priest AssignedTo style appeal Educational and Business
for women. with Selective Service regulations For J. B. Sapp of Starke on Highway 16. Mr.
,was published. this week Meeting of all Farm Ownership
St. EdwardsThe Lifelong ResidentJohn Jolly who was a travelling salesman
"Mindful of the new trends In Free Legal Aid by Local Board No. 18. W. S. Sibley, local realtor was borrowers was held In Starke on for the Nyal Drug Co., was

Rev. R. T. Rastatter arrived I women fashion plan and the in important part In This CircuitFree Mrs. Rhoda Dampler clerk, elected president of the Tourist February 11th and had a good Benny Sapp, lifelong resld- returning. from Jacksonville to

In Starke this week to assume I choosing their states that these men have apparently Club attendance. The meeting was held ent of Bradford County died his home In Waldo at the time
family car, the 1949 Ford at the regular meeting of
his new duties as pastor of St. all the embodies legal service for worthy changed address without In the recreational I building at the Thurs'liy: afternoon Feb. 10, at of the attack. He was found deadat

Edward's Catholic Chl1'rch.Father of essential qualities Indigent citizens in this area Is notifying the Board and are the organization held In the Wo Methodist Church and a general his home on North Cherry Street. the wheel of his automobile
good taste modern
Rastatter was ordainedIn and subtle harmony In line design and, being offered through the recent not receivingtheir mail The men man's Club Tuesday night. Other discussion was had on the annual He was 68 years of age and had parked on the shoulder of the

St. Augustine in 1911. His color It I Is Indeed a formation nej a Legal Aid Clinic listed below are! notified to con. officers elected. at this time were Income of the Farm Owernerahlp been In falling health for the past road. He had apparently realized

previous stations were In Orlan. the style-conscious women complimentto who for the Eighth Judlcal Circuit. tact the Board In Starke at once Mm. W H. Nollman vice president borrower. Source and use of Income four years. hU condition and stopped to takea

do St. Petersburg, Perry, Jacksonville H. V. Knight of Stsrke. or persons who know their where- was dlscuned. dose of the medicine that ha>
will recognize and appreciate the president Russell Bauchanan, secretary Mr. Sapp was born Dec 9,
and Loretto. Father Ras I of the Eighth Judicial Bar abouts should give this Information This meeting was attended by carried with him.
flattering background It 1880. the son of the late HenryR.
provides and Mrs. Marian Howe
'\ tatter Is also assistant director for her 'be t-dreaaed' appearance. Association ha. appointed to head : Marvls B. Roberts Chief of Pro- and Martha Sapp. He ,was at Mr. Jolly was a life long resident .
of Catholic charities in the diocese the clinic a committee composed treasurer. gram Operations and Miss Helen and of Waldo and was formerly
time farmer strawberrygrower
one a
of St. Augustine having studied "My sincere congratulations to of Alachua County Judge H. H. Rule Brlnson Johns White. Activity committee chairman Nlmmo Home Management Specialist and was later engaged In associated with hi. father, the

social work at Catholic University your organization on the 1949 McDonald and Attorneys Blrkett Starke. named were: Mrs. William Helntz from the State Office In the mercantile business in Starke late Andrews Jolly la a drugstore

in Washington. D. C. In achievement.Ford--the ultimate" i In fashion Jordan Henry Gray and Dick Herbert Shelton Ryals White, Entertainment; Mrs. Bertha ,Galne,vllle, Also present :were T from 1922 to 1929. He was a there. He was a member of

addition to his duties as pastor Mills. Starke. Pearce, Social; and Mrs. J., M. K. McClane. Jr., County Agent member of the police force of the Methodist Church.
here and his work with Catholic The award will be presented to Miches! James BoweiT Jr.-. Whit.. Mitchell, Membership. and Miss Dorothy Ross Home Funeral services were held Wednesday .
The purpose of the clinic .. to ; Starke for five years and was
V Charities Father Rastatter wUl the company formally at a later Starke.Junior. Demonstration Arent. Mr.. Mc afternoon at 2 o'clock in
I An Informal
offer legal aid and counsel to Indigent evening was enJoyed -- -- : known by all his friends as "Un.
serve as Chaplain to 'the Catholic date In conjunction with the selec- people free of charge and Ray Starling White Rt. I by a large attendance with Clane gave a talk on The Farm cle Bennle". the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
tion of America's "Best 2, B*. 82. Starke. Outlook Gainesville with Rev. Fred /
prisoners at Raiford.CALENDAR Dre edWoman" : the or 1949. A review of theyear's Yerkes
a fund .will be set to entertainment centering I
up cover He Is survived by hU wife Mrs.
for H949. Isaac James White, Rt. Interment
Carlton business officiating. in
was given by H. .was.
court coats in worthy cases.AU around the "Queen of the Week".
Leona Underbill\ two
I 1 Bx. 41-A. Stark. ; Waldo
OF EVENTS Deal County Supervisor for the Cemetery
lawyers In the circuit have Each .week the tourist attending
Guest TicketsThe Marlon L. Crews Jr., Bx. 73, Farmers Home AdminIstration daughters Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mr. Jolly was a brother of Mrs
Tuesday Tourist. Club. at Wo- agreed to serve on the clinic and Lawtey White. from the greatest distance, will Mrs. Guy H. Sale both of Starke; William Harvard of Gainesville.
will be listed be chosen Queen! and will receivea
man's Club 1:3.0: p.m. Florida Theatre has announced I alphabetically on Ralph Oscar Miller White P. O Springs; four grandchildren; three a former resident of Starke.
I number of valuable The
call sheet Cases gifts. MondayFor
a will be
Wed. Rotary Club. Methodist assigned -' Bx. SOS/ Starke. one eon Carl Sspp Hellbronn.
that the "merchant's : after proper investigation Queen for next Tuesday night : Mrs. A. L. Alvarez Mrs.
Ree. Hall 12:15: p.m. Curtis Odell Jones, White Rt Leroy Brown sisters
Wed. Lions Club USO Bldg.. guest tickets" which were scheduled by Frank Malone secretary-trea 1, Starke. will be Queen Helen from Lyn- W. R. Halslop, and Sirs F. M. Sheriff Takes

7:30: PJTX to expire January 19 wUl be I surer of th.. bar ,association anda Junes Delbert Casey, White Rt. brook. N. T.Impromptu. 0 Funeral services for Leroy Norman, all of Starke; and three Three Youth.

Thurs. IOOF. Odd Fellow meetIng accepted for another 30 day per- member of the U of Flaw 2 Bx. S4-F. Stark. stunts were another Brown 36, who died of Injuries rothars.. Jake Sapp, Fred Sapp

Lodge Hall, 8 p.m. lod. The new I college faculty. James Leroy Odom White feature of the meeting this week Inflicted by a falling tree whileat and William Sapp, also of Starke. To Marianna
expiration date win
Catholic The Eighth Circuit is composed with the treasurer Mrs. Howe work near Dade
Sat. Amusement Games. 8t*rke. City were Funeral service. were held at Sheriff P. D. Reddish carried
I be March 15. of Alachua Bradford Union. taking the president Mr. Sibley held at 3 o'clock after-
USO 8:30: p.m. Clyde F.dIULee., Negro LAw. 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon In the three minors to the Boys Industrial -
Feb. 18 Farm Bureau special ; Levy and Gilchrist Counties. tey. over London Bridge. Group singIng noon In the Pine Level Baptist Sapp home with Rev. L. D. Haines, Home In Marianne Wednes-

meeting Court Hse. 7:3O: p.m. Food Sale, Feb. 19 George Jackson, Negro Lawtey. was also a part of the evenInca Church with Rev. W. E. Hall pastor of the First Baptist Church, day. They had pleaded guilty to

Feb. 19 St. Marks Aux. Property SoldL Sec. Gang. No. 6. program officiating. Burial was In the officiating. Burial was In the breaking into and taking articles! )

"Baked Goods" sale at Harts The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Willard Emerson Williams, Hostesses for Tuesday night Brown Cemetery.Mr. family. lot at Crosby Cemetery. from a number of places recently.

Furniture.Feb. I Mark's Episcopal Church are P. Shepherd of Starke bought White, Starke. were Mr*. W. H. Nollman Mrs. Brown was a veteran of Pall bearers were nephews of Including the school the armory

21 WSCS meeting at holding a "Baked Goods" sale at from Mrs. Elka Balm of New I Leonard Daniels, Whit., Starke. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell World War II and Is survived bya the: deceased: Felix Sapp. Levy Quigley 4: Davis, and several

Methodist Church. 3 o'clock. Hart's Furniture Store Saturday York two lots, corner of, Weller James William Patray and Mrs. Carl Wynn. wife and six children: He died Norman, Fred Halslop. Rodman others..

Feb. 22 American Legion. 8 and Washington Streets. The I White. P. O. Bx. 62. Stark. Hostesses for next Tuesday will In the Bay Pines Hoapital. Local Underhill Ralph Alvarez all ofStark. Ray Griffls was given one year.
Feb. 19 from 10
morning, until
p.m. Legion Hall. transaction was made through the James Edward Daniels .1r'l be Mrs. T. F. Grady. Mrs. Carl arrangements' were In charge of .. and William Green of Edward Grlffls. two years, and

Feb. 23 P. T. A., 3:15: p.m., 2 o'clock. E. A. trout Agency. P. O. Bx. 48, Hampton. Wynn and Mrs. Marian Howe. DeWitt C. Jones Jacksonville Beach. Robert Mosley four years.

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-- cash for their boas.
--- . .- I I the
quested aome months back that I, . Abbott & CostelloIn In the middle of the mixup

their localities be considered for : Film I Bud Lou. and Cathy become inivolved :
Bradford County Telegraph V. A hospital I will attempt BrookerBy HamptonBy Newest with Leon Errol, an eccentric -

r to present the request of all applicants At Park Sunday millionaire, who wants
I. M. C.
.EOiTOitrtsl Sweey
E. L. MATTHEWS. Owm Mr* Paul Start "*
ESTABLISHED 678_ as best I can. Including I help them get back the money_
d Every! Friday sad Eawred ae Banned.. the new Starke application with Abbott and Costello's latest at the races. It all ends happly

Claw Matter at the Pot jL. Office ** *"*' ru- out taking; sides as to exact SURPRISE PARTY FREE "ZOO" POPULAR mlrthquake, "The Noose Hangs with the aid of a cement mixer

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY tion within the district, 1oca-1 Misses France Barry and Ilean Hampton Junction proved quite High", opens Sunday at the Park which stirs things up with roa'hl

1949 NEW YORK N. Y. think that exact location la Atkinson honored Miss Helen I a popular spot last Sunday when Theatre for a three-day run. results.
MEMBER OFFICE OF TIlE PRESIDENT district should be a V. A. decision Barry with a surprise; birthday In their new "laughing Jag"
for the benefit of the veterans over 100 visitors stopped to view .
party Saturday night, Feb. 12. with $50,
M-M For SIs M-ths\: the comedians start
IIIItIeeJ1pUea $2.50 AauDany February 3, 1849. and not a political one for 1 at tile community center. The the animals in the free zoo which 000 tossed into their laps, and emest6ieil
Dear Mr. Matthews: my own benefit. I occasion was Miss Barry's 16th is a new highway attraction adjacent from there on lead a merry chase,

One of the happiest aspects of I will be glad to do the best I I birthday anniversary. to McLane's Lunch Room trying to recover the cash after

What Do YOU Think About No Fence Law, my new job Is getting away from can to back your request, consistent The center was beautifully decorated and Filling Station. Adults, as they have dumped it Into a sample
my desk and visiting our with the proposition thatI in red and white. Several WPDQ
well as many 'youngsters, viewed' envelope of face powder.
Salaries The Veterans Bonus and Colleges to see bow things intend to Interfere to
Higher State never ma Indoor and outdoor games were with great interest the Monkeys When Bud and Lou find that
Vital Issues are going. Not long ago I had the the selection of an exact site enjoyed by those present. Maurice
Increased Taxation Other Porcupine: Prairie Dogs. Guinea Cathy Downs. new brunette star)
Teachers -
pleasure of going through within the Second Congressional AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO
Edwards!: and Betty Long: won Pigs. Badger and Raccoon and let has found and spent the cash,
Over In n-arty MadlHon CountyUK log any person or group of persons College from basement to roof. District: that being the duty of the prizes in the chewing gum con gazed awesomely into the Snake the hilarious chase begins as they
My first and most distinct Im- the V. A. benefit for veterans DIAL 600
? on a
newly-elect--> -tKrpniMtitatUe I Pit. where several large snakes by tough Joseph
young pursued
morals. are
presnlon was one I think they have bet-
T. C. !Merchant Refreshments of sandwiches, were coiled In seeming uncon who claims the cal-1.
Yes -- No _____ In the service when, an officer ter facilities to judge which area Ida JACKSONVILLE
Jr.. w.nts to know how his conM.turfit .. he could cake and hot chocolate were cern. Towns throughout the county owed to him, and by two
visited post
an army would be best' for the
thtak and feel about *r- QUEKTION 11 whether veteran. served to the 25 young people were well represented at this ous thugs, who want to recoverl! I

quickly .
always sense very and selection
by a
any congressman
vital the honoree enjoy animal show.
w. {MOM of Importance present to help new
Do favor a reasonable jail it was an effective, enthusiastic would be at least subject to
our* su the No Fence I-nr. higher you the party. The honoree) received j
outfit, or one that merely the challenge of being politically SPEAKER AT Y. F. C.
ttsJmrte for State Officials, sentence for any person (no mat- many lovely gifts. The hosteaoeswere
Veteran Benin.. Incrrsweid taxation ter how important he is or thinks went through the motions. HereI colored, if not Influenced. assisted in caring; for their J.V.. Laraaon of Mansfield. B,,B} OV DEE SERVICE Phone 52JMra. 1
that the waathorough.ne.
.. rtc. tie. ha listed a number he is) who Is caught driving a found .. enthusiasm keynote and loy I think that you can He' from guests by Mrs. IJoyd Barry and Ohio, and a Missionary from the w. ..e..ewa.. Sena.R.B.ALVAREZ&SON. Ilartmann
.f Uwe qu lon. In the- :31adbtoaOuunty vehicle while under the Influence- this that I do not think your Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. Oriental Missions. San Francisco, ..J
paper and has asked Sic of alcohol or other drugs?!' alty.I. chances are very good. However, Calif., gave an interesting address
pf4 to cheek them..y....-or"uo" believe that the teacher i is there Is never'any barm in trying Mrs. C. f.. Atkinson and daughter. at the Saturday Youth for Christ

mo .b.. may bo guided by their Yes -. No ..._._ about the molt important person and fighting for what is considered Iean.! were visiting Mr. and Meeting. Mr. Larason recently TRANSFER
wMx-4 In making his drditiunt. If answer Is YES, what lengthof In American society. He oughtto to be best, and I look for- Mrs. E. B. Castlen and son in returned from Mexico, and displayed -
be generously paid and there ward to for Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. Cast STORAGE CO.
This! la a very commendable time do you consider reasonable you calling on me to his audience, the miniature
thing to do and other Legislators" ? ought to be many more of him. any specific requests you may len and son returned home with clay replicas of Mexican natives
throughout the State Would undoubtedly Every Alumnus and friend of wish to make from time to timeIn her mother to spend the weekend.We pottery and plants each We operate local

do a better job of representing Columbia, can take pride in what this matter. are sorry to report that one having its own special his
--"' their people of they Teachers College Is doing for education Sincerely yours, Mrs. bye Harrell Is In the Ala'chua tory. Mr. Lara on was accompanied long distanceanywhere

would follow the example set by11r. QUESTION 13 and the standards of the Charles E. Bennett, M. C. County Hospital in on this visit by Mr and Mrs. {OS la VS.
nation's schools Once in a whileI We wish her a speedy Gilinelvme'l
Clarence Melton and-family of
Merchant.The What Is on school I
your opinion .
have 'heard offhand remark. Mr and Mrs. Starke. EXCELLENTSTORAGE!:
State and teachers' salaries? 11
affairs our
about "pinkos" at TC. I usually were shopping In Gainesville Mon- !
Kation have reached tile point I TOO LOW ?.... find that these. critics have never New RiverAND day afternoon. Mrs. Margaret McCowen, of
where the ordinary, run-of-the- been to TC and know little or Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green were I Paterson N. J. arrived Saturdayfor
mill citizens MUST do aome thinking ABOUT RIGHT __._ nothing! of Its work. Certainly It LONG BRIDGE shopping In Gainesville Friday. a visit with relatives here. k r FACILITIES

on these problems and must Is conviction that the leaders By I...... E. A. Sapp Miss Jeanette Creamer of Jack Misses Margaret and Lucile
TOO HIGH _...__ Agents For -
do their thinking out loud! Taxation and faculty of Teachers Collegeare . sonville spent the weekend visiting Hall were weekend visitors to n
at all levels-state, national QUESTION IS supporting the assertion that NEW ARRIVAL friends and relatives here. I Macon. Georgia.Mr. DelcherBros. ] See us first!
and municipal-has almost reachedthe Mr. and Mrs. J. E. and .
the first mission of our schools Hardy and Mrs. Leaston A. Wynn
point of confiscation and the Do you favor more taxes to provide for effective Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson are daughter of Starke were the had their last .
J la to prepare our youth as guest week Mrs.
situation. will not get better until for school rejoicing over the birth of a
more adequate citizenship in a free de guests of Mrs. Hardy's parents. Rigdon from North Carolina.
daughter on Tuesday Feb. 8. I
the people demand economy buildings?
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry, Sun
mocracy. Elmer Gay has returned to his
and efficiency from all governmental in the Alachua County Hospital.
agencies at all level. Yes_ NoQUESTION _____ The communists will always try She has been named Mary Eliza day. home in Dunnelloa, after spending
to move In on the country's school beth. Miss Lubedia Pinholster and several days here.
Tuo few of our people are It system realizing that success Mrs. Pitt Baxter were visiting
Mrs. Ann R. Is
Guy enjoy
thinking about these. matters-or, would assure control of the coun Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Greek of Mrs. Eva Harrell in Gainesville
Do favor Governor War. ing a visit in Gainesville, with
U they are thinking their you try. The communists have felt Jacksonville were dinner guests. hospital Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
thoughts are not constructivemere ren's appointment of Colin English and Mrs. T.V.. Markey, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and family.Mr. .
that they could have no better of Mr. and .Mrs. S. L. Crews Sun- OUR APPOINTMENT ASSTROMBERGCARLSON
criticism of personalities, or as. educational CoOrdinatorat target than the underpaid school Mrs. Wilson Green and Miss Lu- and Mrs Chas. Robinsonand

Ill-founded opinions not baaed on 8.0O0 per year salary? teacher. They have peen proved day.Little Richard Shiver of Gainesville bedia Pinholster were shopping in Jackie Robinson of Green RADIO

first-hand information.In Yes .._ NoQUESTION -_ wrong. It la to the everlasting is spending this week with Starke Friday.Mr. Cove Springs were visitors here
the hope that it will start credit of our teachers that 99 and his grandmother, Mrs. Nan Mer- and Mrs. O. G. Lewis and Sunday and were dinner guests DEALER IN STARKE
readers to 13 Mrs. G. W. Baxter of Jacksonvillewere of Mr and Mrs. Luther Watterson. |
our ,, doing some con- 99-100ths percent have stood by rltt.
structive thinking on these issues, ,I their guns. Columbia 1. proud of visiting here Monday. E. T Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dyal of New They "May Be Seen In Our Show-
Do you favor a larger appropriation We are sorry to lose our neigh Jersey are guests at the homeof
returned home with Mr.
Is Mr. Stewart
the .
Telegraph reproducing: I Its graduates In the teaching pro-
for old and bore Mr. and Mrs. Meadows An- Room Today
age pensions his sister :Mrs. Alma Saxon.
Merchant's list of questions: The fesHion. It has been my observation and Mrs. Lewis to spend a few
other Welfare If it I derson and children, who have
activity means Mr. and Mrs. Dyal have also visited -
In day
Legislature convenes April that those who shout loudest
Senator and Representative higher taxes for you? moved to Deland. Mrs. Andersonhas Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghmanand i relatives and friends In High STROMBERG CARLSON RADIOS
your about "the reds In our schools"
a job as a carpenter there. RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS and TELEVISION
Springs Buahnell and
can do a much better job for you Yes __ No ..,?-.?. have done little to Inform themselves children! of Gainesville were Tampa
If they know what Is going on at first-hand or to make Mr and Mrs. Seeber Moody visiting- Mrs. Tilghman's parente.Mr. Jacksonville.
QUESTION' 16 and children visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Sam Matt Sunday. Miss Mabel Greene last
In your mind. It is pretty hard sure that we had good schools. '' spent CHAS. C. SHEPHERDCourt
. to represent a man If you don't Do During the war, I never could Joe Forsythe. of Lake Butler Sun 'I' Mrs. Rosa Pinholster spent the week In Jacksonville.
favor tuition
know what he wants. you weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. & Madison St.
look upon the conflict impersonally. day.Mr. Wiggins was guest speaker : Starke, Flo.
all who
for students
Fill in the questionnaire below College I believed that the nations and Mrs. E. A. Sapp visited Floyd Wiggins at New River. at the Dedan Baptist Churchon
and bring; It or mail it to the attend Florida State University which stood for human good and Mrs. Jessie Lazenby of Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Conley of Sunday, Feb. 6.
Telegraph. We will compile the or the University of Florida men's rights were confronted by ville Sunday.A Ocala spent Saturday afternoon

information and place It in the Yes NoQt7TJ1'r10N an evil conspiracy with whichno large crowd attended services visiting friends and relatives here.
bands of your Senator and Representative compromise was possible. We at Long Bridge Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and
before they leave for 17 were engaged in a crusade to Among those attending were Mr. children and Mra. T. W. Markeywere SHOP AND SAVE AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE

Tallahassee In April.QUESTION. Do'you favor a state-paid bonus preserve human rights. Aa we and Mrs. Preston Durden of1 the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rual

1' for all Florida Veterans of now realize, this crusade against Salvation Army from Bedford Dukes of Dukes Sunday,

World War II? oppression Is not over. Each generation Lake, Miss Hazel Phillips of
Do you favor a law making It of Americans has to learn Theressa. Miss Arlie Gallager,

megal for livestock to roam the Yes ......._-_ No _, that freedom must be won In Its Mra. Francis May and Mlas Sylvia EXPERT
highways? own .way and time. Sapp Of Lake Butler. There
QUESTION 18 To help the present generation will be another guest speaker

Yes .. .. No ______ Do you favor an Increase In the understand and value human here next Monday night. Everyone radio

QUESTION 2 State appropriation for free hog .rights is one of the greatest re- Is Invited to attend.
serum? HponHibllltles which I Columbia Those on the sick list this week '

Florida Supreme Court Judges! \ faces. And to do this, wa must are little Gayle Andrews and ,
want their pay raised from $?50 Yes ... No.. : understand the essentials of opposing her little brother with measles,

per month to $1,230: per month. Ideologies, so that we can and Mrs. Jay Moody with' the Ib. Can Pure
Do you approve? QUESTION 4 10 appreciate our own democratic flu. We wish them al a speedy 50 lardj$7

system. As I said In recovery.BACKACHE.
Do favor legalizing' offtrack my inaugural
Yea ..... No ...._ you
horse race and dog race betting? address. Ignorance of communism, elJa
QUESTION S fascism or any other police state
Yes _._.. N'- philosophy Is far more dangerous SERVICE, .
Do you favor releasing 10% of QUESTION!: 10 than Ignorance of the most virulent BACON Sou ares Ih. 24c Swift Sliced Bacon lb. 55c

AD State employees If essential disease. .Who can doubt the For 4..lek mafcitlac ado. fee ....1ICbo. Chas. C. .
functions of government could Do you favor legalizing slot machines choice of future Americans, between _.....rtia-k.OMUas Og. Nishu.nrooc '

be carried on satisfactorily with ?!' statlsm and freedom. If the .tfoodr.Ircl*. nrliM wter UrltftUas.?... sad porn...oU.,..-.wikJM Ls Fain du.. ShepherdAt White J BACON Ib. 27c
out them? truth concerning each be held before ..oo-Mf ani.and...'"UmU KIdn-7 Sad : NECK BONES Ib.12
Yea _.____- NoQUESTION _____ their eye.? Bladder....,....toy c,.....Qo..=...-.... Gay's Service StationHIALEAH'S ;
Yes.- "_ NoQUESTION tlafartlea w k.o.t -.ck 4nAn .-. AlII. Herman's 1-Pound: Package of Pure ,
At Columbia
:21 we are engagedIn you dro.p.a foe Crm .....,.

4 Do you favor a general sales the a word.crusade Columbia In the best Intends sense of to Pork SAUSAGE, lb. 33c Swift Chuck Roast Ib. 49cARMOUR'S

Do you favor a 10. % cut In salary tax? listen to all Ideas, including those ,

of All State employees on that hostile to our own, but we also .--01
put of their salary In excess of Yesr.u.,_. No.QUESTION ... intend to devote ourselves to the
$290 per month T task of making sure that our PACKER'S LABEL

Ye ., No.QUESTION students understand America. We CORNED BEEF .
Do you favor state-owned liq- cannot win thl. crusade without

0 our stores? your help. Every Alumnus of Columbia TOMATOESCOLORED
I is "on the team" and I Intend 45c '
Do you favor abolishing tag| I Yes ...__ No _____ making It my duty to acquaint i

inspector jobs and giving such QUESTION 23 you and others with things I
duties to the highway patrol at going on In the University and 2 for 25c

DO Increase in salary for the) patrol Do you favor any of the following ways In which you as an Alumnus OLEOMARGARINE
? taxes? can help.
While democratic values are
Yes _____ NoQUPRgTION_i threatened Ib. 39c
by forces: abroad and -- DIAMONDIVORY
8 INCREASED: OAS TAX at home, Columbia Is optimistic.We World :Ja'"Otl.F ;

.. ._ Intend to do a purposeful job
"Do you favor a centralized pureluufl'ng to keep America the kind of placewe
agency for state purlehasesf want It to be and to enable

INCREASED CIGARETTE TAX our children to have all the Individual SNOW
right. that we have enjoyed Flamingo Day y
Yes ._.. _.' NoQUESTION Yes =_No.__ necessarily Including eco- / 2 for 15c

7' nomic rights. Success in the job FLAKES c

ST.VTE TAX ON TIIEATRF..tD- will require the help of every
Do you favor a gas tax rebateto MISSIONS! AND OTIIER Columbian. But the job Itself. Is 25 'QUEEN

farmers) for the tax paid onKuoline AMUSEMENTSYes so worth doing so Important to FLAKES (
used exclusively on the America' future that I hope Thursday March 3 LUX

farm? _, No every one of us will put his !
shoulder to the wheel. COFFEE39c
Yes NoQUESTION Sincerely, DREff & VEL

8 i TAX ON SOFT DRINKS! Dwight D. Eisenhower

,_ Do you favor Increasing salaryof (Copy of a letter written In

any Bradford County officials reply to a went request by load
by special or general law at the TAX ON clvla leader that Camp Blending FRESH GREENTOPCARROTS

194> session of the Legislature MINERAL! TIMBER, ETC. be considered' as the possible Ioeattna FlainingoIParade M.I S S ION ENGLISH
01 a veteran* hovpitaL) 2 bunches 19c
Yes .. Non .. Yes .i.-, ..-. No Dear Friend: .

answer is Yes, please think indicate should WATER also Persons Jacksonville In Jacksonville Beach have and re- Birds are paraded only once a year 3 Ib. P-E-A-S
what offices you) TAX ON LIGHT POWER. Green Cabbage He
have a raise. &: PHONE BILLS ,

Yea -+ --No _____ S STOMACH."'IIMI..*f DMrM. ULCERS Artsln.K m Fresh Beets 2 bunches 29c 2 for 25c


Do QUESTION favor abolishing 9 the Ku SAID SOLD TAX IN TO MUNICIPALITIES GO TO MUNICIPALITIES Free DUa"o..eSTNsfII.a.Tr EXCESS .ACID.tsetth.tNast StakesThe Delicious) Apples 2 lute 27c INDEPENDENCEWinesapApples,31b.33c
Kkrx Klan? IN WHICH BEER IS IMp.r H WM Ceet Y_N.tfUo.Onr Flamingo
% Mm.mlUkm bath of"'.Wlt.uao
Tm_.!_... bar. bias told tot roller of
. Yes __ Nor s mpbm.ofdletromarWag' tram MMM<|| SAFETY'MATCHES
Yea No and D-idiinl Ul iii DI----, ._ o. u.-e
F QUESTION 10 Q1..... __...._............--. KILN DRIED
due to(IMM ae<_.Bold on 1S d.J. anal l
Do you favor a law making it INCREASED TAX ON! REAL .ull! foWtafr. M M-.*" which fussy
Sweet Potatoes 3 lb. 25c
' Illegal for any person or persons PROPERTY .rpWu.tb4iratmeoeseKQCU I 3for25cPAGE

'l to> wear nightshirts/ sheets hoods DRUG STORE
i .lc., tor the purpose of lnUm.ldat'jrt. Yea No .
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1949 _,_

I I the day with Mr. and Mrs J. M. In Circuit" Court llrniltard County. :at.UFKICIAT I O Drown
enjoy ,
Fowler. Stark
Sallie BO Florida
. has been ao cold and rugged Mrs. 8K.L fil ?
It )
this morning, all was a white si- Klurldni I. < knnrrry.Inv A. J Thomas ,.. for I'lf. i.is 4t 2-p
toward hearing from all of you dear Bradley.Lt. As Clark of Hald Cuurt.
lence. I could not see a sign of that people yearn Mrs. Ida Gen- Ij>lmn Hlrlcklund' Plaintiff. v.. My Haven Crosby, 1>. C, I Mini*.* or tptll .n4lun foe Tin llr *
Hill semi-tropical Florida. Of readers. I wrote to Perry Gainey of San Antonio 1'aullns Krrr-ae MtrlckUnd' Defend | < *

Clay life when all at once I heard the sunny course I always tell them of my try of Lake Geneva this :week. Texas and his mother Mm.' .nt. Case No. 7001. I I.. C 1..11'1'' 1'..u'.. Hradfart ('e.nly.. Ola.lv.'Napes' C.'In Kdwardx.hereby alven holder. That nt Mrs.I Tax..
Order of l-ubllo.tlon :Nellce! to4pprnr |ri| rlilni, In hnn4ry. I
Ily Lura Burgers Mohr sound of wings and a blue jay wonderful Florida.I She enjoys Clay Hill and has offered H. P. Gainey of Brooker' had Klnto nf I-Iwrhln. toI'niilitift Alvln l1 Mr..ra. r-lalntlff. \.... Lena U'urtlfli-atn Nn.1). 279. third day ofAuifiKt
A. 1031, has tiled taliif'rrtitliutft
trellis.The to send me batchelor button 'supper with Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Fracas HtrleklHnd." whnitreMlftenc .. F'ranees, :M>'<.rn. defendant {'n... No. In offlt. and mad.ap9llrallon .
Nrbr.Wherein saucily on a rose Made my
ronca. perched have been sewing. myself end a ldr.HM List known 111.
flower aced I will\ be so happy to Brannen Sunday | | far tux dail to ,...u.
. splash of blue against the a gingham dress from the U Conway 101. C.: Ore''lrr daughter-in-law gave get. Another dear pal at Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. VV Rltch will\ You are required. To appear nnFehrimiv In *ppar. ', Haul. irtlfpnr| .. embraces. the foltowlnir .
a wintry lay la made snow gave me a feeling that winter material my she has lovely azaleas inshe SHili, '9tl.: In th. n hove Stat of Florida I to Lena Frances. drmrrlb. property initiated
close. Over headI me for my birthday last July. 1 I I says bo hosts at a Stanley party at named Court nnil VAIIMV, wherein Olsen, whore residence In linidford, I'ounty. Fiorkli tn-
full of color by sv Bluejay and I la coming to a trimmed it In white crocheted lace. bloom and marigolds. To eat their home Thursday evening/ tHlnllff seeks divorce mid cuntmlvif Oust known la l ua'c Twonuul"UuTut; ult: N\Vt, of H\VL, of Nt''AgFP;' '! (<
listen to the of a chlck-a-dee heard the call of a chlck-a-dee. has lettuce onions. and collards. .rhllilrrn. Hmdforil Columbia I : I of HF;>, of; NWH' rinctlnn 15. Township -
song Feb. 7:30. Friends who
Try it girls. 2.1. at are (',, Telegraph' shall publish, thli Yon a Houth, S3 Kant,
how little things of nature Very pretty. "n'y are "inlriMl' appear on 1I"n. contain -
Strange Chickens growing so nicely. What interested In the demonstrationof Orilor, III next four weekly issues. :March 7th. IM'I!. :III :'h..tr shove nulled, 1 I Infr 20 acres more or I.....
It was a colorless dull day can give one's spirit a lift. At Clay Hill it has been raining \ hand and ufflelalsealalt ]
I a Joy! Mrs. Walter Lang of Lutz these are Invited' to ItreHfi my Court and vauxri. nhrrrln plaintiff I The aHNimmvnt of said I "protiArtyumlnr
Of winter: black and :white and The radio has been predicting another quite a bit. Lelamae Carter ;wrote to Hill for a Kturkn, Flulltlu, thlr January seeks divorce' tiradford: county' Telegraph '- the Paid certificate I tc.ust I was
cold blizzard nice Is going up Clay attend. 30. 1940.oFFI1AAsSClerk: .. shall, piihlinh i thin urder In I Iin 'the nam* of Mi'*. Josephine. Edwards ; -
two fryersat
gray wave snow and that she bought\ visit. It will soon be Daisy Lang'! ( ; Thomas nest four weekly Inmioa. i .
Like a charcoal study- What does it matter as longas the Robert Hester chicken birthday. Bless her heart. Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Morganand CfA.s3. Cuurt. Witness. my hand and nftl.'Inl.al I Unless' paid rrrtlflcat. shall l>.
haven Crosby, T>. C. nt Htnrki, }Florida this 3rd of February I
cheerus all well. Dorothy daughters Missea Marguerite nv redeemed. according to taw tax
Not even a ruddy we have a few birds to farm. They are Mable of Lawtey always plan John .1. liendereun Ki: <|., St. Augustine 1949. dd. will' Iniiu thereon on the 7th>
Sun ? In the mail were several letters Manning still goes to school and Mom. Such dear good Emma Jean and Merle Morgan Florida' (Ufflulnl. th..n A. .T. Thames" tiny of March A. D. 1949,
to thru clouds. All dinner for .
peer day a i'IL 1-28 4t 1-1S An Cleric' of ..Hld' Court.:
of Glen St. Mary were Sunday Attys. for
The determined from Florida and a nice letter has picked strawberries. She recalls beautiful who do your hear Bv: haven Crosby, T>. C. Fated, this 3rd day of February.A *
sky was a girls
gray. from, a favorite niece of minein how I used to hammer and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. In Circuit ('......... Hrndtard County,. John J. Hanilvriion. I'>'ii. ",. Auiriiii- n 1949.llifflclal .
Snowy and lonely good to know. I hope Daisy wear 8al A. J Ttinmit
I Morgan.Mr. Klorldni I* ( knneerr.Marlon tine Florida Ally for I'lf
The called for color Indiana. She la married and has nail up the fence and old gate to the dress I gave her goods foChristmas. Church Culii, Flulntlff. vstanlov .. J-t 4t :t.U li'rk of rirpiilt Court, I"radforc4
landscape two darling children. They own keep the cattle out of the yard. and Mrs Alex Yawn of F. Cula' Defendant, Case I County Florida. 2.. 4t. '. .

onlyI I with her again. Whoopee Starke the weekend with lee 7092. In ('1....... t........ llrn.Uoril C."MNlr.l .
their home and are happily mar She wishes was spent 1 In rlrrnlt. (...t. ......(..< to..tr.florid .
HINTS Turn P.hll.-nllon. A GoitreApvmr. to Inrlilai In 1 1Malirl
cannot yet explain or HEXPFl'L!: your order ( NSasr.r'
say .
ried. is shining here and Hazel Grlffls of Highland sent Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. *| In 4 hnncrrrIrflnnln
The sun ",... of Klnrliln By what persuasion they came 40 The snowIs of her baby girl. A sheet around every time you make F. OoltiA. whose reNltlencwInHt round .T :MiCabn, foudant.' Care M.: McMillan, Jr. Plnlnllff.v .
it is about degrees. me a picture Jim Godwin and Mr. and Mrs. ..,. Melelllan
this way- the bed. It will wear them evenly. known and address, < In. 142A No. 7115 I i I Hhlrl.v Ann LPrfmnlnnt -
melting some. I saw a neigh- beautiful fat baby. Her name i la fruitor Garland Godwin of the University Front Ht, :Moricim Oily I.milnluna: Order or I'nhllrnllon. and Xnllrrfetat I lance No. 70'd
of a sudden into view bor man in the postoffice this Geraldine. Earl Mosley left for Try adding 1.2 cup glazed of Florida of Mr. Your are required to npiivnr on .a %"*prnr. 4>rri** nC l"nltllntl Votlr Impprar.
Appeared two flames of 'clearest candied fruit peel cut up fine .were guests FnhlliKrv :Sm., 1941 In the shave of Florida tot Edmund J. \ !lit".* .>( Flord..e
morning and he had been on a Coast Guard duty Tuesday the and Mrs. J. G. Godwin last week named. Oourt and cause, wherein. M.,., ..,." Hhlrlry Ann McMIIInn! whose r...-
blue. trip to Florida. He reported how to white cake batter for a change. end. ulaliitlff, seeks divorce und change dress .In': 91S DWlt't Tine, EYon'x, .....nr. I I.: $t. Ilourde S. C.;
So rapturous-my heart forgave 8th.I Last Saturday I made a Banana of nan+", ,HindforilCotintv Nework: j jon You are required tn appear or*
warm it was with lovely flowers have seven other letters from Mr. and Mrs. \V O. Strlngfellow Tolmtrnph. shall publish, thin ,' are rptiulrpit. trt ...1'0'" February Ssth, In.q, In the ahoy
their ways Cake. It was good for a change March 7, 11H1, In' the aho\it named | niimi'd' Court and cause, where/us
And welcomed the bright beauty giant oaks with Spanish moss. other parts of Florida. One dear Here is the recipe: 1.2 cup Crlaco and Miss Melon Stringfellow wore Order\ In ";."vth four:, : and weekly nfflrlnl; : miMtnmii cent l Court: and ,. vhrrrln:: plaintiff; I plalntirr!: wake divorce. Rra.Knr4 ". S..
The ripe strawberries being sold .oekShcvoice. Hradfoitl. Coiinlv' t ',"nIY Telr prnplt' mhall pa bush IhivUrdnr
of the old blue jay.Sjanna I He pal tells me she is making a 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 1 cup mashehbananas. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George At stnrkv. Florida. this January virraph shall' pulillun, thinIrAer. or""j In next four weekly l IMsaee,
Solum along the highway. thoughtIt book of Clay Hill column. 1.4 cup sweet milk 1.2 Manoana in Green Cove Spilngs 2J( 1949.Ub'FICiA11teale neat four nffklv IKNUPH.VltnpHW Ullni. niv hand: and oh,(icbilscelat :
I wonderful. Most everyone here scrap afternoon. The occasionwas ( rk of J asHy \ ,niv hand and nfflolnl seal fiinrkv rluiidii' thin J..yH.
She lets her neighbor read the t. p. vinegar. 1 3-4 cups cake flour. Thursday unlil. Court. at Mtnrko, Flurlda, thla Ki'biunryOfficial I 1141UFFICIAI
As I walked to get the mall I goes to California. This winter telegraph. She la a newcomer. 2 tap. baking powder 1.2 tsp the sixth birthday anniversary Haven 'CruhUv Ii. C. t, 1949. ( \ fir., ,,.) A. J Thnma
John 1. !Hendersuu, Fsq.: St. Augustine (( Spnl A. J Thonia", An ,'1., k of sold Ci.'Url.TV .
of little
This friend lives at Brooker. HUB salt 1.4 tsp. baking soda. 1 tsp. Manasna. Florida' Aa I'I..k nf 'iilil l CutiitPv haven Croubv. I* (".
band has planted Irish potatoes. vanilla. Blend shortening sugar. Mr. and Mrs. VV. S. Rivers and Atly: fur.; t'lf. 1-S 4t :t.1I I Itnvon CroHhv, I I'I' P '* n..y Nbhulen' SeIdra.' Itldir.. ., Dayton
-- ,
-- Frnnk I.nndrum. HtauekeFInrlAn, Hfnch, "Klorldn. I ,
COMING she writes. I have pfttures: of Mrs and egg yolks. Add vanilla and children Sura and VVtlllu Jr., In Circuit Court, llrndfurd uuiit>. Aiv., IIIr rir a.t 4t 2-25 Atiju.. fur I'lf. 1-21 4t t-ll

Louise Browning's twin boys and cup of mashed bananas, milk and of Auburndnlo were visitors of Florida. JaiiixM I In ,t knneerr.Nellie rlulnlirr. \'.' l'A\l.l -- ---

they are so sweet. Her baby has vinegar. Stir well then add sifted Mr and Mrs P. S Crews and of ..IIn'...., liefotulitnt, <'ai. ... Vi, UliolOrder 1>'"

GATOR BOWL March. Every3rd through Ex- been ill but Is better. Letter from dry Ingredients. Last fold In Mr. and Mis. C. D. Sellers Sun >pritr., 0' l'state,.l>ll '.tl.n of *Klurliln Notlr* l tl .".. J

JACKSONVILLE c.pl Sunday al 8.30: P. M. beaten egg whites. Bake In two day. They were accompanied to David .1 union, chose riHlilum1 !Is

8-inch 375: Frost the Farm by Mrs. Emma Rivers, unknown\ ;
Sponsors Morocco Tempi Pilgrimage Commit a ALWAYS POPS layers degrees. You are r.qulra,1| to I'p"r nn
AMD with 7 minute Icing. also of Auburndale, who remained Fnliruarv tilth 1IU''. In tlm above.IinIatItr I JI
Thursday, March 3rd la IMI -CRISP *, wh"'n'
here for a longer visit with Mr
few in life
SHRINE MIGHT. Buy TENDER There are a things ,, tselksaAlvores. lirnriforil"
which no one can ever be soiry' ; and Mrs. Clews and Mr. and Mrs. I'unntv Tvlnltmph.. chill, pulillKh thinIJlilir I
four weekly. IKMIIVH.M .
coupons Seller 'In nw"t
for doing good to all speakingno Itnuwa iiiv hand and otflelnl.oulIi '

n r ;. who will tell you how to evil ,of one; for holding an; During the past weekend! James t Hinrko, Flmhlii.. thin JanuaryOKKH'IAT .. .
4 < gt the best reserved 2 angry tongue; for asking pardonfor Phillips of iwtey visited Sponcor 20( .>.t'l..: PHAt. A. .T. ThnninaAn \

( seats BEFORE the Pubey' all wrong; for being patient Crews.' '" iriptk.. of Maid. Court. I II
lie Sale ol Tickets. h 'haven 'many. O. I
l toward everybody; for disbelieving Mr. mid Mrs It '\'. Bl'unn..nvlRIted v'1\'h'\ H t"ltlrtas.; 'hal lynch nilldIn '. I

evil reports and not listening Miss Pauline lirnmu-n In .*, Jai'kmmvlllo, FloildnAtty \
to those bearing evil tales. Then Jacksonville Frldny evening. ', for i'lf 1-Z tI a.1M I

('.....t. llrn.irr.l tiiunlrfl .
QO wo can be happier. In C I roll It
Mr. and! Mrs. A. C. Davis had
,..rlitni I In 4'hnn.'er1.Nelvtu ,rf .
Here Is another tho1ght'VI.n as their overnight guests,: Sutiiidii Kinvman I'liilnllff.. 'MI Nil) A

S 1J anyone has offended mo I, try tv Mr. and Mr. Lyle A. Nolniut and r..1 71113 I Foienmn. n.'tumluiu ( ''''0 No ( VINO '

raise my soul HO high that the their little daughter, Meredith; /irlrr. of Vahllr.linn It %..lit.! P 'oo Y ,AODINO MAC d .ry'g >.,
Hint itl lurliln" tot i ilmnil
offense cannot reach me. Ann of Orlando und Mr and Mrs Miliriir." .' FiHpnirin M.IIOHW ri'Mlil'Htpf' I

J So you dear friends of mine J. B. SUIrkland and their son mid nil"<"lriHH I.l : II Smith Street l'lu-!.

who read this think well on these Johnnie, of Galn.... v\lle\ vpr Vim, H. are t'.: r.- IIII'.1 to npr-our rnKnhrunrv

Red. e- tY I 1.nMHw things. Say a prayer with me and Mr and Mrs it K. Grlner and 8'tlt, PHI.!' In the ahnveTutniHil ,I
,,, wh'r..ln
OOIM rl unit raimn ,
Of read your favorite verse. MineIn Rev. und Mrs I.. A. h..phlrdwero plaintiff anpka. ,1 lIvo..' Hrmiri' .r.l
COMPANY the Bible is First Epistle of those at the, i'miniv, Trlvwrnpli, Still 11 pnlillnh 'thinInlor ast9
present week| )lv issuesVIIneMS ED
115 + John 4:12: Hunt it up and read marriage, of Miss Nettle Mae ("' \ In fleet niv 1 hand four, and, offIclnl .,.n'' CU SHI ON '

949 \ ..", Willie flings Digger is asleep fowler and Alvin Wynn at the nt .Htnrk. *, Irl<.lit, thla Junuury W E R$235

28 SAlf. Don Is at the store. We are well bride's home In Luke Butler Sunday 27("." 1'141".It'IAI. tll ,\T.) A..r ThoinaK
e and happy. God bless you all. afternoon. Rev. An. ('1".1. nf Haiti Court.
.STA Shepherd performed Fir haven, t'rnaliv 1>. fT M
ACTS 36 -- 'Eft LOVE-LURA the wedding ceremony Frank f.iiinlrum. Htniko, Florida'
"e-q/ Ally., for Ply 1-ZH 4t 1-11
GLAMOUR. Mrs. Mitchel Huxley and baby
ICERSORDERBYMAIL Jtrotectyour daughter, Rita Ann of Ft. Smith, In (.......If <'.".... llrniUiiril. Ciiiinl. $
KUtrlilni' In I hnni'i'ry.M ACTION
NOW! State) Far Ark. arrived last Thursday to ,,,nunii, tsnmi'iiH" Hlnllitlff, vi. Jean
., = visit the formers patents, Mr Knnmnr.. l defendant" 1 "'".. No TimOMlrr .
home with aaoug'LFire of 1'...."...11,10 i.a.t. ire <. .
I By Mrs.. Bryan Whiffle, and Mrs. Ernest Yalburuuh.'iIIla.m !: fop l l nr, Slate, ..> Hortilil t..l+ 1'1" !I.III.
HOLIDAY ON ICE c/o donaldson's \\ Yarborough of Giilnusvlllu .]nn Kum..nn, hnun rvHliluni'. and F'ed. etrlne IsaIn
aiMrmn l I. I'nUnnwn'Yrn :
117 W. Adams St.. lacksonvill. Fla. Insurance was also the guest of Mr and are 'rniilri|,, to appear onFrliinurv I _

I I Enclosed ia stamped addressed envelop. with remittance total- | Valentine Party Mrs Yarborough Saturday night niitiifcl. (*niiit 2mii, ,nnil tit",' catiHa. In ,'ih"... .rein the now TOPfliglit rlcclric mMing machine, luiilt-iti
Godwin enteretalnedher
Mrs. John
On and Bunduy plulntlff Hrx-kH ,illvnrrn,. tli lolfiinlCi.nnly tlcrl cushions cut office clatter to niuriniir. You'll\ turnout
S Send me tickets lor Holiday Ice I Sunday School) and Training ( TKli'Kriitih. hull. pnlillnh. thin
|ling (Number) Charley E. Johns classes of the Raiford Baptist' Mr. and Mrs. Veinlo Young of l>ril,...r In nest four week Iv IrwunaWltliPHM more work \illi new CURe on this quieter, (faster
luinil, I and' nf. Helot, seal
---r--Performance. acknonvlllo\ spent Sunday with I rue
I at each for the- (Dale-! ) I AgencyPhone Church at a Valentine party at Mr. end Mrs\ Ivy Anderson. nt Htnrk' FlnrlJit. thin. January model l ] wills its .lrI"I11111i"e.l10-I..y kt')IlOlIrJ. Ami it's .4

Name > I STAKKE, FLA. her home Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs. 27( 1940.OF'FICiAI.. HI3M.> A. J TlinmitiiAN 11-el..crrc-atl.ls. mil"truol mulliplirs directly as fast
The Included. and Accompanied by mill Court
f groups boys
I Address I girls between the ages of nine Lloyd Suggs of Starke, Mrs. John T ny frank Jfavon I.nn.liinn I'malty' .'' ,, P ttlarko. f, Florida a. your fingers will move Come in-see it today. '

City T.i. No. .J| {. and twelve. During the party Godwin Went to Watertown Saturday Atty for lit 1-iiH 4t ll-lii CanhioneJ power mules noise, redu,'e. >"......Iun.
| :: -
..... """ -ADM. ... .... hours games directed by Mlssec to take Mrs. Ntollle Fraser In rtrruK. r....... Itrailfunl ('..nn"' Longer motor bAn mean new ear, of operation.Famoui .
Williams\ and Erma Joan .
SERVED GEN. $1.20 I Betty Klorlilai In 1 hnnirrr.Ilor.rli
TAX "....-intlna THE TRAVELERS. Hartford Godwin were enjoyed. Prize win- to her homo there. Mrs. Fraser ..ll K. 1'r.iNliv.. I'lnlntlff. VK 10'key control provide. new speed of 'fiftira; miry.
$3.00-$2.50- $1.90 had visited Mr and Mrs. Godwin Al\rla' ennli-v! CriiMby. J'.'''11111010'
In contests that were In Lint end tutors to 110000000.
-- ners No. 71 tin
t.ii..1lI; "K bf.tU\ 3 7 tfJ&Ioj8; : :?:::'{''f':1'i:' :: \ ."::''iIr'f' from Wednesday until that date. ran of liihlli'nll. -Voile* t.Appear. "
"W _.._ _, _; __.. ..' keeping with the Valentine motif Orilrr Stale nf h"Inrld. eel Ll.l., adds! inlilrarti, nullipliei eteclrkelly ,
Mr.' and Mrs. M. Barton had I
were Gerylou Drury and Kenneth Alvln. (tlnrliiv t'riiHhy, whose rash
Stafford.. An exchange of 811 their weekend guests Mr, and dr n.. In unknown' "'S THI fOUTAHI FOR OFFICE AND tMSONAl OJfl
valpn-I Mrs. Lloyd Suggs of Starke Ton lire r.c.,1. In nniwar, onnnmsd
casion.tines gave Refreshments mementoes of ..Cnurth'nnd4. 'enueslhwherein.

plaintiff aonkn fllvnrr
'' 1 .. sandwiches, heart-shaped cookies County Telegraph" shall publish thin BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
drinks. Order In nest four weekly lii..ii.iiWltn .
and candles and bottled
TrXYCIIKKSr: : : now hate ..ia ,Inv hand. and offlrlal' seal
at fttarkri Klot> ,ld.i. this. Jnnilary .
nrhbil Shower that hurd-to-get. practice imperor ._- -
students. rul.... and l plitln. InV
1 The home of Mr and Mra. Dave
9 It ntlp:, H.1 rent per ream.iradford .-
Thornton was the setting Thurs

day evening. Feb 10, for a mis- County. Telegraph. ,

cellaneous shower complimenting I IStI.J ,

i-- heir daughter-in-law Mrs. Chares :
; : : us "'(>ll
Thornton a recent bride. Co-

hostesses .wIth Mrs. Thornton Sr FEE1)IL11tl)11'AItEROOFiNiI'.1IN'1'S) 4 r w

C were her daughters. Mrs. A. A,

Crews and Mrs. S. B. Carroll of : I e
Lake Butler and Mrll. 'W. 73.:
Townsend of Ralford Specimen I

calendula in attractive arrangements IMPLEMENTSFARMERS'( '

were placed to advantage I

In the living room and dining NEW

room where the guests were enertalned ,,,_

The lovely gifts were SUPPLY

on display In the latter room.

In contests Mrs. Mitchell Douglasof Olh k Cherry Htn.. StarkiBENEFIT a/foie

i Lake Butler and Mrs. L. F.

Chapman received prizes. Refreshments -

consisted of s.indwtchea : 6//8.e4WW

and cake with coffee. law
NEWSp'e? .
\DC ::."-.-

ridden Bridge (Tub Meeting I ::0. TMsr ......
vou .'i. ;:rreva. :.",: 11 I II
.. ,
; :
Mrs J. Q. Godwin was hostess .. -r.-- .- JI
at last week's meeting of the I i.. trt .; If.i1 :::.: 1 rum r. .

State Farm Bridge Club entertaining 110b1 ,

e younci lately afternoon.Spring at flowers her The home vivid In variety Wednesday colors enhanced of ,: GOOD BY NEWSCOMBINATION THIS LASTS\ LONGER f f1'low

the charm of the rooms 6g

used on this occanlon. Prior to I' % 1IU, a

GREYHOUND, the games Mrs. Godwin servedtrawberry I YOUR HOME TOWN PAPER you l'IIII"t, the famous Serve! K
expendable w
gtv. complete
iHERE'S a very happy surprise In tor. StISCr e4dtd I'G' t1'dd' fce' cream. shortcake In Contract topped Mrs.with M: local new you You need ta know all)! ="# I I '' {' Gas' Ht'friKeratllr-only refrigerator'' '.

that !I. Being o" where you .live. I _tx that stays Pllt'nt. lasts longer. The I
for you In the many extra travel comforts E. Griner held top score while But you live aloe, In jpimon? Its different simpler! frees \ '. !

JACKSONVILLE .90 Mr.. J. C. Wallace wa second WOULD where momviitouf event.
and extra travel pleasure from the moment high. Their respective awards ere In th. m..lna-a"*nt. which a hJaa i; I'I ing system has no moving pants j jII f .

aboard one o! Greyhound's new OCALA ? 1.25 were a bridge table cover and con ...... to much t* you, to your a tiny gas flame/ d.... the work.1 I -
you step job home, ,........ for
your your 1. .
TAMPA 3.25 powder. Mrs. P. D. Fancher was ,
service most schedules. constructive rportf and ief.vpi More than two million families are '
In on ,
buses now
6.55 winner of the bingo prize a bath of national sad tat. n..friKerator9'
MIAMI .- .- totion rna- i ::7 q enjoying Servel Gas :
There are a host of special luxuries developed rush. tioaol maws the,. ti no tubitirtir.
IHIIMLNOHAM.) : Ala.NEW 7.30 for THC CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE right now. Many hay. had their ', ;

for this new 1949 GREYHOUND Community tub :Meeting MONITOR "fa.ly.Injoy 18 snd 20 year. And all of them'' ,;.

So on your next trip- ORLEANS 9.20 Mrs. Lawrence Dugger, Preside .h. *....fif. of bi.f will tell you "IVk Servel.. It stays'noivtfrvt } 4'
SILVEHSIDES. bee Ifi4orino. locally, nationally.internationally .
NEW N. 1'. 17.60 ** "
ntr directed the regular wear-free year after year.
choose Greyhound. You will learn quickly: CJJAR YORK N. C. 7.95 meeting of the Community Club I' paper and Th.-Chrlition with your Scinc local "'3i.':

01 afternoon of last week f '
mod. Tuesday
why Ifs todays most popular WASHINGTON. I). C. 13.95 I Monitor. ERIE BOCKtelU 'L7
Sweet pea and other dainty LISTEN Tuesday sigh over '

travel for business or pleuurlor folks GAINESVILLE: .50 I blossoms were used effectivelyIn \ ABC ttar
decorating the Club Roo,". Monitor Views the N....." ."cOr".d. Inside IN1IrI
who are choosy and thrifty. LAKE CITY .90 And u.. this coupon
During the) social l hour Mrs. C today for a special I... I .'O nhy there'.
M. Turney and Mrs. Clara Stahl. euffh m diffrrence in refrlftmlora. -
traductory lubtcrlptlon. in ". r 044RECVCnON OMROVNO ; hostesses, served a dessert course '.:. $1" end haw. 10ch
A A-rJ ... I n the rir.hl see I.rour
M'I' 7 l 'I' with coffee. TO. eh....... Ides. Mena... >. home Step ,In end 4
4.tJ'U "tt.etU, .. H...., Sr. ....... I I. M_.. U I API. H.t your n.. r..|iy of t rrI .
t. ,. ...... !.... sod *n. an ...,..dw ......". Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley and .nku'l,|..t_ t* Tka ChrMtlan Vc.M ...... 2e I ..,,'. l.bv.d .._.... i.
STATION Ire Ji. ions, Clinton and Jack Wayne _.,.. It ........ I (....... 51.l l.. I tan'l ilrUy. I....I pea "C P .'tv

GREYHOUND BUS of Jacksonville were dinner tl'Ul''ta''I on Mli>i>S >eiu*. .
.__.._ I
Phone 117 \. TI mple Ave. & 10th St. Starke.Fla.IGREYHOUN of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley e.wai..Ir".NI, '

and W. H.supper Williams guests Sunday.of Mr. and Mr. Mrs and I SLADE GAS CO. }J!

Mrs. Vance Geiger also of Jack- ,
{ I sonville came down with Mr -'; ..li''j'-; t.,1 "
and ..97, I'hune 121 Two Doors From Railroad On E. Call St.
'N'S and Mrs. Reese; Bradley '
,l1- I "

I ,

FACE - ..
in organic matter combined Girls' SoftballA
soil heavy

or. Baptist WMS Met Odd Fellows Plan [Azaleas Need Acid Soil, Heavy Mulch, with the mulch will help to softball team is in
.- ., Monday At Church Box Supper EventThe And Partial Shade For The Best Results maintain the sell moisture. The the process of being organized
.,. shallow rooted. and all Interested persons
..... Ro.sHome plants are very here
'. w ]M. 8. members met Tuesday regular meeting of theI. By Dorothy Soils for azaleas should be abundantly upeclal aztleacajnlllia. are asked to contact either Nina

I at the Baptist Church with 41 O. O. F. was held Thursday Demmfttratlon! AgentThe supplied with water and Seedsmen. fertilizer.carry a It should fc* Bishop or Freddie Wimberly.

member. present for the Royal evening of last week and plansare
azalea soil Is
2" > groups of exotic organic material. If the just as soon as flowering
Service program and business. being formulated for an "op. Indian and I I'.
in Florida ftre double
grown with organic la at the rate of a
-- meeting, with Mrs. F. B. Beard, en house old-fashioned box sup- I Kurume. The ep cies of native not naturally supplied acid muck over which Is approximately) WE GO ANYWHERE!
or handful.
matter peat
Of tiN Gladys Mooty program chairman In charge. per" to be held at the Lodge HallIn ,_
azalea or wild honeysuckle are compost, leafmold, or other decaying 1-2 pound to a good sized plant, lt ; Specializing: In
Editor Pbooe :Mrs.! Beard presented the Missionary the near future.
Pbone 29 adapted to cultivation but are organic matter should be or 2 1-2 to pounds\ to 100 square : \ WEDDINGSIURTIW.tY
program. "Christ the Answer The meeting was presided over .
Indian azalea.1rI'OW'
- ----- rarely The mixed with the ioU before aet- feet and again In June if growthhas E||
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In City Streets", Those tak- by Noble Grand, M. E. Land and quite large while some varieties
tlng the plants. In addition it la not been satisfactory.
I ing part were Mrs. L. G. Powell was well attended. Several new are practically dwarf. The "n PARTIES
Women'sPresbyterian Sapp-Merritt desirable to have a mulchof "I
Young highly
and Mrs. W. R. Morse. Mrs. S. application. :were taken under con- 'Kurume azaleas are smaller In f!
leaves straw on CARD OF
CircleThe I I Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Merritt of( E. Sparks, president, presided! over sideration.ST. size, compact, and the leaves are the decaying surface of the or soil of the ANNIVERSARIESENTERTAINMENTS
We wish to express our deepest
the business meeting after which
Lake Butler announce the marriage and Many
greener more glossy.
Young Women' Circle of "The Week of Prayer" for HomeMissions :MARK'S VESTRY azalea bed. The azalea requires appreciation to our many friends
of their daughter. Jerry, new and different colors, not present i
Church met at I an acid toil for best growth. for the words of kindness, the
the! Presbyterian : was discussed. Mrs. WILL MEET TONIGHTAt i
to Pete Sapp, son of Mr. and Mr. in other azalea groups are SPECIAL EVENTS of all kind,
the home of MlM Evelyn Stump E. A. Sapp of New River. Sparks asked all who could, to found in this class. Mont of them Just before and during flower- beautiful flowers and other expressions -
Thursday of last week. attend the State W. M. U. meeting the annual Pariah Meetingof Ing I I. a favorite time to move of sympathy extendedto
I The marriage took place in are single-flowered, but some are QUICK SERVICE: o>l PHOTO
Mr. Estelle Black, chairman: 7. in Daytona, March: 22, 23 and St Mark'. Episcopal Church hoae-in-hose (one perfect flower balled and burlapped plants from us during our recent bereavement -
Ga. They
Waycrosa, February held In the Parish House on Thursday the Care should be taken :We will always rememberyou
conducted the meeting and the attended by Mr. and :Mri. 24. Also the regional conference set Inside another). The native nursery. Developing And Finishing
were evening, Feb. 1,0 six vestry to set them at the same for klndnessea which
following officer were elected: Jr. April 1 In ,Green Cove Springs. azaleaa are deciduous but produce your
J. R.
Mime Evelyn Stump, treasurer, Cozatt. Reports were given by the men were elected to serve the a mass of flower 'Just before level at which they stood In the were such a comfort In our sor HOLLYWOOD CAMERA
Mr. and Mrs. Sapp are livingat varldus Circles that had sent used church during the year 1949. nursery. The soS around them roW. -
.nd Mr*. Guy Andrews, secretary < : the leaves appear In the spring. AND GIFT 8801I'
and publicity chairman.It the home of the bridegroom'sparent clothing for World relief! and the Those elected were Joseph Sis- Following are suggestions for should be well packed and the The Sapp Family.

in New River while :Mr. meeting closed with a prayer by trunk, Joseph Hoover, Edward whole bed covered with mulch. ,
decided to a the preparation and maintenance
was sponsor Sapp completes his senior year Mrs. H. L. Hough. Burns, James Blackahear, George Azaleas require a great deal of =- -- -
School of soils for azaleas
nursery in the Sunday at Bradford High School.Woman's Miller and Merle Grider.At : water during the periods of bloom- Men's Clothing
!Irooms for theme parents who have 001
the regular monthly Ing and of new growth but will ALVAREZ' STORE
children too small to take to G. A. Members EsUbllshei 1894 I II
not tolerate A
church. Toy., a baby bed, etc. for Club meeting to be held tonight (Fri water-logged ,11011.

this purpose have been donatedby TalkH. Honored At BanquetMembers day) at 8 p.m. in the Rectory, a''
Hears School
Treasurer will be elected, and
members of the Circle.
of the Ruth Haines the Warden will be appointed.
The next meeting :will be held at P. Morgan, Superintendent
Y. W. A. were sponsors at a -Mr.
G. Wilmot Brown and
the home of Mrs. Bntelle Black, ; of Public Instruction, Bradford
for the Junior O. A. and
and all young women Interested County, addressed members of the banquet Mrs. Stanley Norgol were co- iI,2'
Intermediate G. A. Monday In
chairmen of the dinner which
are Invited to attend. i Woman Club at their regular was
the Church annex.) ZtM1h1
enjoyed by 35
During the social hour delicious 'meeting here Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Marshall Nagle, counselor, members of the approximately church. BEVERLY JEAN C31AUFORD: I I !

refreshments were served by the of last week. had charge of the program. The Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Crawford

discussed announce the birth, of a
hostess. Mr. Morgan Implications -,. annex was beautiful with red
of the new school law, both and white decoration and the I New Seal-O-Matic daughter, Beverly Jean, born in .

Woodman Circle from a financial and an educational banquet table was centered withan Tubeless Tires he Alachua County Hospital /, ? Double Your Money Back

standpoint and also described arrangement of red roses. February 9. \_ ..

TO Meet TuesdayThe some of the newer Ideas Miss Alma Thomas Y W. A'I On Sale HereSimultaneously I 1 _; I If one of llieHe Ton' IN" iiwt your
In education.The president, gave the welcome Births at Shad 'cN'.t Hospital: I 't4
Woodmen Circle will hold I .with the disclosure Mr. and Mm. Charles Ellis \ favorite after rial
program was in charge of Mrs. D. L, Thoma gave the response I \ ... (- / one
it. regular meeting Tuesday evening in Life magazine that the of Cross City a son. '- '- ,' __t
led Sheppard .
the Department of Education, Mrs. followed by prayer I -- _._ ...
Feb. 22 at 7:30: o'clock at Jessie Young, chairman. by Rev. L. D. Halnes. i new Seal-o-matlc Tubeless tire Charles David born Feb. 8. '-"- -- .' fa. fvrvgnition.of A&P'ft Founilrr's Month, we. makr ,ihl.i.i.r l :Ti)fflYUr

the W. O. W. Hall. Y. W. R. members assistingwere i of the B. F. Goodrich Co. Is now Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley __ _- .-. ., 1"" or Our 0...Tea,if you do nul ftrvtf ,ihil your 11nner, ti" '.

The following new officers will Mr. Grace Osborne preiildod Misses Madge Brownlee, Sue available to the public for the Robbirds of Keystone Height a __ you jwl lh.. quality' you likp. and tavn you mUM, 'too, ri"turn,

preside: president' Eunice Wilson: In the absence of the president, Biggv, Gerealdine Shaw, Shirley first time i ii> this area, F. L. Wat- son Jerry Wayne, born Feb. 8. _ ...-' r\\ ('eIr braiisd 55 I ears the polite sad gel Dvublc lour Munry Dmk.TT .
Mrs. Junlus M. Smith.
prat-president, Maude Andrews, Shaw Clara Thomas Delores Me- I. tenon manager of the Farm Mr. and Mrs. Otli Thornton, Rt. -- *f FiaeTea*

first vice-president Virgie Barks- Knight, Manez Dodd, Montie Hut- Home &: Auto Supply, local Good- 1, Box 31. Starke, a con, Anothy :
dale second Ethel Valentine rich dealer, announced that he Nathan born Feb. 9. : A'
I : vice-president PartyAt chlnga, Peggy Ann Wiggins and' NECTAR, TEA llb.-95c
Raymond; chaplain, Eula Mae' Duncan HomeThe Joan Dinkina., Thirty-three guests Is ready to .ell them immediately.The Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pierce ; ,
Denmark store revealed that Hines of Stsrke. a daughter.
Connor; auditor Emily ; enjoyed this lovely affair. manager -;
banker,' Lois Mayes; attendant, he has had the new Item in stock Jacquelyn I born Feb. 9. _
Valentine motif was carried _
Farrls Conway; captain, Effle out in the red and white Valentine Party for some time anticipation of NECTAR TEA BAGS 100 79c

Carter; musician, Mae Green: assistant color schema for the party Mrs. the Goodrich announcement. He Legion 'Takes Over' : .i .

attendant Ethel Chambers; Valentine's For BTU MembersThe learned at a conference of Good .
K. Q. Duncan
corresponding, recording and financial gave rich dealers and store managers Starke AA Cagers; __ .. .
for her daughter, Margaret
secretary, Mildred Frick. :' Rose and 16 of Margaret Ro e'. Young People's Training recently that a truly one-piece Buys New UniformsAmerican OUR OWN TEA lIb. 91c
Members are urged to attend friends. Union of the Baptist Church en- tire such a* this ha* been a goalof ,

the meeting.. Joyed a delightful Valentine par tire engineers ever since the Legion Pout 56 has
The refreshment table, set Under ty Saturday evening. in the beginning of the automobile era. taken the Starke A. A.
over _
the Duncan'. beautiful upread- church annex. The color scheme Anticipating a heavy demand Basketball Team and the cagers -: *- :i Our Own Blend
ing oak tree in the back yard, _i .
carried with red and
MOTHERS! Register The overlaid with Valentine waa out : for the puncture-sealing tubelesstire will now appear under the name _
waa a
ew Baby For Valuable cloth, and held heart shaped can white hearts and streamers. Mr. Watterson emphasized of Post 56. -;;::___=::--- AP..uroumledwiiiT) ,...nl859.i :; .
Games were played and among :. that since there' Is no tube to The Legion has bought new -: i ami I h.. .hen trvin0, .the American TEA BAGS 48's-39c
,.Gift .U Our Store dies, mint and a cake embossed the most outstanding events was be snagged or pierced by a tire uniforms for the team- red pants public with, fin. Tew 01 ............ ,

.... with a Valentine.. a fake museum. After refreshments Iron, the new tire Is actually and shirts trimmed in white, with ft& tavingt ver tine*.
,.;. The group enjoyed skating and the people gathered '
.' I young easier to put on and take off "Post 56" across the front of the
.. $ l1.$
.J ._ outdoor games during the after- around the piano for songs '
) than the ordinary ones. -iIIisIwA: YOU M0f FOR Y'OUI MONEY THIN THISE
noon. Two contest. were played Counselors and sponsors attend- shirt.The I .
"Furthermore he declared, Post 56 team went NUTLEY LI
: t.J.i and Emma Jane Canova and ing the party were Mrs. Clyde "there shouldn't be many occasionsfor action Thursday night, Feb. 17, : _. .

Jackie Hobbs were recipients of Priest Mrs. Jeff Dodd, Mr.. National Guard from ___
tJ" WEAREverthing taking the tires oft for a long against the Oleomargarine .
i prizes. Home, Mrs Frank Landrum, Mrs. long time. There Is no tube haZe palatka, but the game was played .'

I for the Child : K. L. McKnight and Mrs. L. O. ard. The tire ,automatically seals top late to get the results for the 'Super Right'Quality t I
23c fl \ 1
Front Birth to 12 Years Old Birthday Partyror I, Hazcn. Itself both at the time of puncture 'paper.. ,. -1'1'W\

I and when the puncturing Tonight (Friday) the Post 56

't' RONNIEDONNIESTORE -. Wayne SappLittle Dave Long Celebrates object is removed. It retains air team will take on the Woodlawn 'iT

10 times than team from Jacksonville.This 23c Heavy Western t -
Wayne Sapp celebrated Sixth BirthdayLittle longer a regulartire Baptist Cut Rite WAX PAPER I
with a prewar type rubber team Is now leading the
228 E. fall Stark hJa seventh birthday anniversary
tube." church league In Jacksonville.
Saturday afternoon when his par Dave Long celebrated his Mr. Watterson also pointed out I"nut Patch P'nut Butter lb. 65c tPickle.

ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Snpp sixth birthday annlv..rsaryVed- BEEF
that the new tire costs less thanan WHAT PRICEINDEPENDENCEf :
entertained 17 of hU friends at a nesday afternoon from-- 3:30: to
ordinary tire with a puncture- :
.Patch Sweet Dills 16oz.31c
party. 5 o'clock when he was host to
sealing tub, while giving the ,.
PICK POINT The Sapp home in Hellbronn his kindergarten class at a partyat same protection plus an "easier If you want to run your own I I I

Springs was decorated for the hi. home on Washington St. ride", and at less weight. business you need at least some Green Giant Peas 17 oz. 2 for 37c Fresh. Ground Beef, lb. 43c

3io matter how you like towrite. occasion with arrangements of Spring flowers In pastel shades S ,OfO! capital to start with, aays I r ., I

Estrbrook hu the point azaleaa. The children enjoyed .were used to advantage In decora- the U. & Department of Com SIRLOIN STEAK, lb. 75c

to salt your taste 1 1i numerous games In the yard during ting the T. T. Long home for the PAGES FROM merce, after a recent study of NibletsWhclelcernel Corn 2-33c ,,- -- r I

the afternoon and later were occasion. Balloon favors In the businesses established during the S CHUCK ROAST Jb. 49c
LI-; served refreshments indoors. The color motif were given to the OUR PAST: years from 1945 to 1947. u .
12'" ..,." J. dining room table was overlaid youngsters and many delightful '" rr But your capital need may well! MEXICORN -- 21c Rib or Brisket St2'7 C

( with a lace cloth and centered games were played with prizes be a good deal higher today and

1J11 1 with the traditional pink and awarded to the winners. 21* YEARS AGO it varies from one of mall bueiness" --
Del Maize Cream Style Corn 2-33c ,
white birthday cake with seven Mrs. Long was assisted, In (From the Feb. 10, 1928 l Issue) activity to another.

I 3H6eeW' pink candles. serving/ the 23 little guests by Two more hats In the ring-: J. New' filling stations are at the _ _ Wilson C. K. Sliced Bacon, lb. 49c

Assisting 1\n. Sapp In serving Mrs. T. H. Slade. L. Frazee Is a candidate for the bottom of the list. Their average

Wayne's guest were Mrs. Felix Legislature from Bradford County, I initial investments In 1915-47 were TAL C 0 FEEDS m0kedBaconSc1uareslb29cSmoked :

Saw, Mrs. Lois Moore, Mrs. J. WSCS To Meet and A. J. Griffin Is running; for just around $5,000. Household appliance '

B. Brown and Mrs. Gilbert Brown. Superintendent' of Public Instruc I! store required $5,700 or Skinned HAMS, lb. SSc

Members of the WSCS will hold tion. H. C. Wall has been ap- ,!''BO. "Eating anddrinking places" SCRATCH I -

-- ----= their regular business and pro. pointed supervisor of regiatrationfor I I averaged a. capital requirement of Fla. Dres'd-Drawn Fryers tb. 53c

1 396$ &..Im'e-g. gram meeting at the Methodist Bradford, County by Governor !1 6900. 23 lb. 1.07 100 lb. 1.10 _, -"-,-" ,

church, Monday, Feb. 21 at 3 Martin to succeed C. A. Knight, I| To make a start in independent _- _ \Vt01TKII' : \ HO UK IOI-V -

uJt ILC I o'clock. I resigned. |j I business with a food> store an I CHOPS OR ROAST, lb. 39c

S ..id.i.i PwSTARKE Last Friday the Etiquette Club average $7,200 was needed; a L.tYINCi :M A S II _'uu .,
t 1&41 //1 FL': had |I! furniture and home furnishings I
charge of the program In : Center Cut White Bacon lb. 31c
Arthritis Pain 100 lb. 4.57GROWING ,
at least
/ BUS assembly Eva Marcotte, I II store required $9,800; re- 25 tb. 1.17

Hj1 Sun., Mon., Tu-.., .....b. 20-22 fat ulck. Ollftitfullr: iosdoIlng h.lp:' forMkM 'I'I Jewel Wiggins, and Thelma An- I tall stores of all kinds'averaged _ I Whole Lamb Shoulder lb. : 39c
1$55 %*.. r-I" .\lnlOn s.ei C.I.a or lth.wa.IIam. AlthiHU. ,, dreu took part. Mrs. Mabel Wall. I I $7,300 capital requirements and ,
NnrltU.LunbMK.aelallc' .er N.ur.il' try the smallest wholesaling ventures '
_. director, announces that the BHS ; MAS 11
aWor' throuin Uu 11I Pirn d MuuKllr Ribs
-": 1Y;!TI'U50 The Noose itkttt Ul.vl tln. pain M you ... Glee. Club will perform for the demanded an average! Investment Small West. Spare tb. 43c

O.I_.11.-.njoy.k d lIfe M and ilp'mor. eomfortbly., I I 1 public tonight of about 10400. The highest Investment 23 lb. 1.17 100 lb. ..31 -
....... Hangs High > drufiut Quiet com. I II I
"' needed
of $10,800, was
ptoM wUafMliaa M nenty beck f o.r.ot.s4WELDING the way of ads, Smiths Fill.
itiw. "TU. .. Amrrivo-County for retail firms selling building
Ing Station has added a Frozen Fillets
power Quick Perch lb. 33c
Fair". Cartoon, &: News, I wrecker "geared to give almoat materials, hardware and farm _ _

)3 "'..d., Thiir, Feb. 2S: 24 I i unlimited power." II. E. Lager- implement It R E E Z E.--------- 27e Whiting Fillets lb. 27c

gren says his land surveying is _ ",
nOl'nUTUItE': "accurate work". line. The building looks the same H&G Whiting lb. 19c

The Upturned Glass t-4C"t t Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton entertained as front it does almost today resemble, but the the autos"horse In SPICK & i---- .23e

Starring Jamr. Mtixon ..r"f.JI'i I '''tors' and In honor of the local doc. and buggy" days. _ _ _ I Fresh Green CABBAOE 1?, .. .. 3c

Tex AND Kilter In ((1I 'I Those Invited were Mrs.recently.E. L,. gave Mr.a 500 and party Mrs. Friday Edward evening.Burns CRISCO SHORTENING 3 lb. 99c Select White Potatoes, 10 lb. 45c

Biggs. Mrs. J. 3. Butler Mrs. W. YEILOW .
... ,. Highest scorers were J. L. Peek ONIONS 3 lb. 13c
Where the Buffalo s: K. Butler, Mrs. C. H.
Marks andJ.
I Miss APPLES Wash. Red Delicious. 2 lb. 35c
and Mrs. H. H. Young. I BLUE-WHITE FLAKES, 2 for 17c: .
Corpening. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell
Roam Mable Waller made low. Fresh DATES 14 25c
\\t offer the people of Starke I Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs. I oz. pkg. -
Pliw. lat.* Personals:
%t World Nrs
O. C. Conger Mrs. W B. Parka. GRAPEFRUIT, Large Sizes. 4 for 23c
the ,, ; Bath Bar 12c
J. L. Simmons, plumber Sweetheart Soap
amiltlnlty. one of the moatmoilern Arthur Williams has started' Kakinjr Potatoes Ida. Select 35c
'rl.. Hat. Frb. 25/ 20 ''Is erecting a shop, adjoining Ijr. sz.! 5 lb.

DOUBLE FK.\TURK: and flne'.t equipped.. remodeling the Magnolia Hotel on Frank Hoi lings worth's shoe ahop ,Fresh Bunches Carrots, 2 for 15c
Walnut Street, the old front being I Bath Bar 12c
TRIGGER MAN on the south. Woodbury CELERY, Fla. Goldenheart 48% 2 for 25c
elUlUIUD rOlllTSi6 replaced .by a brick and concrete
riding shops anywhere.All A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.E. .
\\llh Johnny Mark llnmn porch. I
W. Harris Saturday morning.
ANDAssigned Work Guaranteed; Mrs. George Flynn and little at the home of Mr.! Harris parents lona FLOUR, 23 lb. 1.-19 -- JANE PARKER I

To son. of Palatka are visiting her Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wills.
SMITH'S GARAGEAND mother, Mrs, Florence Emma Ca. P ENUCH E
G"'no Haymond Norern Nuh nova. A son wa* born to Mr. and Mrs. lona FLOUR, 10 lb. 63c: Z) :

..,..'omr FOUNMIN PlCv.iit .Alm "3 for Breakfast Car- MACHINE SHOP Robert Tanner on Monday, the .

\1' .. / tm.n &: Chap. 8 ."KM-r. of M YEAR: AGO 5th inst. LAYER CAKE
say It's the e..I..I.'rlt.Ine T..ml.. ,'V" Starke Inman and Ritch, who recently .
porn you ever tued, and Death Valley" (From the Feb. 9, 1923. Issue of bought the Harold Wall Insurance A&P COFFEES

thl !I. all you pay) .. 7 -- _-.--... I.The Bradford" County Telegraph' ). agency, have now bought the )

!1O'LDER1.40' An event, of unusual society agency of M. F. Brown. O'Clock 1J.7C
Eight :
Interest took place Wednesday Mrs. O. C. Sweat left Friday
Choice Of Point .35 for St. Petersburg and Sarasotato
afternoon when Miss Nelle Roberta
I tb. lOc 3 lb.
----- visit relatives and friends. Pure LARD
became the bride of Joseph : 1 ITi. 16c; 3 lb. 47c
(Next Block To Courthouse. ) William Andrews Jr. The local business men were
TOTAL 1.75 at the MILK. White House, 3 for 37c
OFFERING FOR ONE WEEK Beginning Mon.. Feb. bride's home In La.wtey. Mr. Ly. I entertained by the Woman's Club RED CIRCLE lb.Ie D-E-X-O Shortening 3 lb. DOe

K you bend or break point. 21. A Complete 3-Coat Enamel Paint Job With Full man P. Pryor of .Jacksonville sang Feb. 1. Mayor C. L. Peek madean BOKAR. lb. '- 47c ..
foray "0 Promise Me." and Mrs. Lawrence address. c t
or wUh la change point Money-Hack 18-Month uarantee; ,
I .
other rr..*..... June unscrew Adams of Jacksonville, cousin I I Ii
the old on. and ft a new one For $37.50 of the groom sang "At Dawning." Friends of Mian :Margie Middle- \ &

from us for oil, Sic. EXPEUTIr.CIIANI'AL! AMI I Httl'AlR: HKKV1CE: Mr. E. L. Biggs, sister of the ton ,granddaughter of Dr and Mrs. i '\: !1_ OO

I CHARLES TORRUELLA, MANAGER bride, was matron of honor. Master Mr*. W. E. Mlddleton. will be Interested \O

Bradford County (;. M. C. Parts oodyear; Tires & Tubes Leslie Biggs was ring bearer. to' know' that she was .

Telegraph 19-19 BL'KK Now On Display -- IMMEDIATE: : DELIVERY There's a picture of the First recently elected vice president of

-4 Phone 228 Baptist Church on the front page. the ZTA sorority chapter at FSUIn

"Founded In 1377." the cut. Tallahasnee. "
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,.... those from out-of-tow I Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen attended Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cargo: tern, Mrs. Annie Overstreet : later, Mrs. Riley Blackburn. San.

p- Among funeral services for the I the Spike Jones show at, and son, Frankle, of Pittsburgh, BOX SCOUT Starko, Mr. Onle Mae Yar-. demon.

attending late J. B.: Sapp Sunday afternoo the George Washington auditorium -, Pa. are visiting Mrs. Carson's mo brou/jh Lawtey, Mrs. Maude Dob- I Funeral services were held *t

were: Mr. and Mrs..Fred Fad Jacksonville Sunday evening I ther, Mrs. Pate Gassett. ACTIVITIESWEINEB son Jacksonville Mlancs Brrla, 2 pm. Thursday Feb. 10, in tile

rhanc and Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Mrs E. D. Tenly and Mrs. W' -- Delia and Vivian all of Ralford; Pine Grove Congregational Math.odiet .
Davie Waycross, Ga.; Flem HleriMershon + Mrs. Thomas F. Sherwood olHerkimer. R. Morse attended the Jewish, three brothers J. M. Rosier, L.a.w-1 I Church with Rev. 'J.' W.
N. Y. Is the guest this+ : : ROAST TONIGHT
N. Dtxor
r = Ga.; Mrs. O. Synagogue Institute In Jackson' fey, Brantley Router. Lacoorhpe, Orlffls officiating: Interment wasI
THE NEWS Mr. and Mrs Tom Byrd and week of Judge and Mrs. GeorgeA. villa Monday of last week. Members of Boy Scout Troop U. S. Rosier Dade City and one 'I la the church cemetery.
: daughter. Edna all of Tampa: Gardiner. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood I 70 will be honor guests of the ,

6 I' 4 Mrs. Effle Cordray. Mrs. Eva are In Melbourne for the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills of Rotary Club (sponsoring; organization .

Mr. and Mrs L. W. Koch had J. F. Klekliter and relativesas of Pike, Sam Green William Green winter. Green Cove Springs were Sunday ) at a weiner roast and hamburger Yes The Tourists And Transients Like
WedStarke, attended funeral services Mr. and Mrs. Don Harris Mi fry on the ridge". about
and of Mrs. Carrie Ingram
their guests and Tuesday Mrs. Paul Hud- for Mr. Kickliter'a brother-In la and Mrs. Mac Carmlcheal and' I FINAL CLEARANCE' SALE!: guests half a mile this aide of West Gate Our Food. .
neaday, Mr. Wed- Elaine Mrs. Ellen Bar All Winter Merrtuuullft O"Uyfttootlu..L Camp Blandlng-. The Scout Com rf
In Palatka
gins and daughter. Kay, of Area- Edward Strange Dan Bores. Come In and MW all the Mr and Mrs. Tommy Denmark I y, lint we "till have time to cater
her Mr. and Mrs. mittee Is especially urged to attend
jla I I ne day of last week. Mrs. Patsy Rowe and Mr. and *
< and Mrs. Randolph Bore' Bargain we have. and Rotarian is invited. f .
Mr. Mr. T. F. Hutto, all of Jackson any -rte y to the home folk We appncUtn '
and sons, A
Mrs. Lorena Dyal -
r. vllle, Were weekend guests of thIN
I L. and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy: I Troop Committeeman Bob Metz- :_L ; your business and always
I Green Mr. and Mrs. Walter Green, Newcomb! and Fred Gujattended I S. Hutto family. gar reports that painting of the try to please mfr friends at hom
"ANNIS iTs; Mr. and Mrs. J. Basford Mr. and the Coca Cola Manager'smeeting visited exterior of the new Scout build-
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle
Mrs. N. Duke, Mr. and Mrs.. Q. In The George Washington relative. In Hastings and Green Ing was started Wednesday mornIng -
Gattman Mrs. Julia Berrier. Mr auditorium Jacksonville, Sun and Committee Chairman
CONCRETE BLOCKSReady and Mrs. Claude Green all of day and Monday, and also attended Cove Springs Sunday. Herbert Deal reports/! that chairs Still Serving Our Famous

Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrt. Ellen the Spike Jones show i t and tables have been secured to LUNCH 50c(
I Quartetmanof
Builders. Hardware Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Mix Concrete while ''there Sunday evening.
Sapp and family Luclan Alvarez furnish the home.
Moat EverytbJBg To Build, Repair or Remodel Betty Alvarez, Mrs F. A. Moore, Brunswick, Ga. spent the weekend GUIDON GRILL

BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc. Mrs. T. A. Steele. Frank Waiters Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lewis, house with Mr and Mrs. JamesDeaver. Around 33: Troop 70 Scouts at-

ANNIS Mils Janet Steele. Mr. anc guests of Mrs. T T. Long, spent tended the North Florida Council <;KO. Kl'tLt.SO:
1050,1048 W. Main Street South Mrs. Thomas Allen Steele. Mr the early part of the week In I meeting at Worthington Springs
Phone 317 218 GAINESVILLE P. O. Bex 63 and Mrs. Harold Monk and son Baconton Ga. as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert and Mr. Thursday night of last week. A y
of Jacksonville Beach I
Harold Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson. They delicious supper was served by the
.J and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch of When You Think Of Electric: Appliances
Sapp and family Mrs Geneva returned to the Long home on ladles of the Free Will Baptist
Humphrey, Kirby Jackson all of Wednesday and left Thursday for Gainesville were Sunday visitors Church at Worthington. Committeemen Think of W-I.N-K-L-E-R;
MADAM MARY-INDIAN PALMIST Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Altor Daytona Beach to call for Mrs. of their father J. H. Retch at accompanying the Scouts

Revel Tallahassee, Mr. and !\Mrs. L. R. Lewis who had spent the the Shadycrest Hospital. were: G. S. Newcomb T. 1 K. Me- "
Present, and Future Problem week vacationing there. The ";\ x s Oi *" ">vfc'*
Tell POM, Jim Sale Graham Sale. Jack past Clane, Jr., Bob Metzger Herbert
left Feb. 8 for
all of Lewises plan to upend the week- Thomas F. Grady X V S N 1 1vc
and Miss Lota Sale Deal and J. F Jaudon.
.* Of Divorce &: !Marriage she will\ read Sale end with Mrs. Long before returning -' Boston, MUSH. for a week's vacation -
Madison. i
and arrived in New York >
to their home In Wilmington -
T. It. Slado, chairman of the
lx "k. Lot-ation \
like an >
jour entire palm open Feb. 14 to resume his former
FINAL: ('J.EAR.NCELE" :: Dela. the early part of the annual Scout financial drive, reports -
with MetroGoldwynMayer ,
of ION relative and miming. artlile One All U Inter Mrrchamllw Greatly i week. traveling position. that around $430 has been

Keilmwl. Come In and nee all the I, raised In Starke MO far for this
Vlnlt Is All That Is. Neccsaary.I'rh'ate Bargain \\e ha\.... Mrs. Janie Avery spent the purpose. The quota for Bradford
For White: Colored. All Reading Confidential SMART siiorrt:: parly part of the week In Daytona \V. H. Nollman is In Ashvllle. and Union Counties was set at
N. C. on business ,
Beach visiting Harry
At Farmers Mkt.1VATCiI 11,300.
On Jax Hiway Next To Gas Station I
J. M. McDaniel of Jacksonville
FOR" THE HAND SIGN In Mrs. Edward Enaor of JnckHonvlllc -
Mrs. Edward Burns was
spent last weekend looking after Mamberehipin Troop TO Is increasing -
with her mother -
to visit spent Sunday
property Interests near Starke Jacksonville Wednesday every week and it is
Mr. McDaniel has been employedas her sister Mrs. J. P. Morgan Mrs. Bertha Pearce. predicted that another Troop will ."

tender on the Ortega Bridge between planes. Mrs. Morgan val have to be organized soon if applications -
home H. A. Mantissa Is attending. ; to I i
VENETIAN BLINDSGet since 10-16. pnroute from Miami to her Hcuch continue at the present I-Iotpoint-Bendix i Appliances
In Dallas, Texas. business In N>w Symrnu rate.

Miss Margie Middleton of Jacksonville this week. Zenith Radios-

: the Heat Accept Only FLEX.VLUM: (21& S) granddaughter of Dr. and !Miss Lou Byers visited her
Mrs.V.. E. Mlddleton( of Starke. parents !Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Bey. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis hail Mrs. Nettie Griffis CON .l'ENIENT T E K J/ S !
VISIBLE (The name la I on each slat) In Leesburg over the week as their guests the early putt of I
elected vice president ers
was recently the week Mr. Lewis', sisters Mrs.C. Mrs. Nettle Grlffla 18, wife of ELECTRIC SERVICETemple
AI'IIF.RF.SY:' SIZE of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority end. WINKLER
I'LL UT .'XVOOOV: D. Shank of Roamiuke Va. Sidney OrlfCU, County
chapter at FSU In Tallahassee i farmer died at her home near Siarke, I'hg.ieah.'ev .
Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Apop- tip
of Jacksonville and
FRKE: ESTIMATE: on One \\Iniluur or a Down Mrs. Mae Jones I
I ka and his mother, Mrs. Llllio S. Raiford on Wednesday Feb. 9.
I. visiting her sister, Mrs W. E,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis were
She native* of Union County,
waa a
To Lewis also of
Just Drop .\ Car : Middleton this week Apopka. ]
in Jacksonville Sunday visiting I
residing: In the Ralford community :--- --
Mrs. Davl 's brother. R. T. Ta-I
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Witt of her entire life..
375 Starke Fla. MIllS Nina Bishop returned Mon-
M. D. GASSETT, Box ; turn and Mrs. Tatum. day after spending five days in Jacksonville spent the wecken In addition to her husband she. ljt nt7 Caht ..
la survived by three sons, Raleigh.
with Mrs. Pate Gaaxett.
Maj. and Mrs. H..C. Wall and Tampa as the guest of Mlaa Shirley Gainesville, Lorenzo and
Bill and Nancy D., moved Scott and attending the Gasparllla. -
both of Raiford six dnugh.
Ellery ;
Street Mrs. 1(. G. Duncan was the
from their home on Cherry
---I Wednesday, to the military reservation guest of Mrs. T. K. Duncan I In I
Mrs. Lettle Parker of Jacksonville II
FOLLOW ME. at St.Augustine. The Walls Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong Gainesville Wednesday
spent the weekend with her I
in St. Augustine with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Robin- I w
home -
vlll make their
) Mrs. J. C. and.
: daughter Wynn \
week- Brownlee will
during Major Wall's term son of Jacksonville spent the ,Miss Madge accompany
of service there.Mr. end on Lake DeLancy. Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Chan family.

I. c( TO THEp teen Sr to Pemtacoln over the 1

)J and Mrs? L. V. Leal of Friends of Mrs. E. II. Smith weekend where they will vial 1i''

\ STARKEBUILDERS Glen Alpine, N. C. will arrive ,will be glad to hear she Is getting Jimmy Chustenn. CAREER-MINDED? i'

here today to visit friends for along nicely after undergoing! an

several weeks and to attend the operation at Daniel Memorial Hospital Miss Audrey Newman "t'nt j TliPNo sonata art .11".1.. ,to \ (j

-:: Herlong barbecue and fish fry in Jacksonville Wednesdayof the weekend In Madison with her >niing iiM-n wll"; \\uuit to IN- I Inleader '

-/-_= Saturday evening.Mrs. last week. mother. of tomorrow. It In' addressed Co ( -
/ SUPPLY \ J -
., N J, M. Hembrea and Mrs, Mrs Ada Alexander had as her Misses Frances Morgan Hole to ambitious m'n uh -:- _
.. urn truly cureer-mludi-il.' and I I
Stuart Thomas d
J.: R. Kite are in TallahaMei Sunday guests Mrs. C. O. Dupuis and Odessa were
from Thursday through Saturday of Alachua and J. R. Jones and "capped" at the Wesley Foundii: met fh"..<> merely Interested. In h

WE HAVE A COMPLETE: LINE of the finest Kiln visiting Mrs. Hembree's sister Earl Summeral of High Springs.Mr. tlon In Gainesville Monday evenIng a Jitfi." To the, ambition. mentodiiy

Dried Lumber on the market. Just come In tell Mrs. J. L. Cooper and Mr. after six months Btrenou Ix offered the gifatent GO SPRING SHOPPING
Cooper and Mrs. Kite's uncle and and Mrs G. P. Dover, Sr. course In the Alachua County Hospital C'hal"'Ctor advancement, III Chic
us what you want and we'll) rush your order to you. aunt, Judge and Mrs. Glenn Ter and Mr. and Mrs. CJ. P. Dover Jr School of Nursing. Th nation' history' a saran 'In IN YOUR OWN CLOSETStart

Or, if you prefer telephone us (Phone 45) today for rell. and children Richard and Joan, girls now have 2 1-2 years mor lie n"t'. N. Army or I' H.

prompt delivery. of Hibbln, Minn. arrived here training before receiving their IIT Air Furro. Them organlxat<
Dr. J. Maxey Dell Sr. of Galnes- Thursday to spend several weeks degree. Attending the ex..rclseBMonday -I'I'J..IIt.nllnj the h.CIC..I. hlll.- I Just bring last jear'.s favorite suit and dress to
Sen. and Mrs. with their relatives, Mr and Mrs. evening from Starke. the
is one-stop rllle was visiting cleaning that puts them
Starke Builders Supply a In tin 'rM-h..M carrrroi ii4! for like-new
REMEMBER: Johns on Wednesday. F.* F. Flume and Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morgan we'll
home repair remodeling, and building supplies store Charley R. A. Colson. Mrs. Hester Thomas Mrs. Elvi+ >|M>rtiinlll I.*M iiiiiimtrhcil any III! !!!) fashion" parade. With quality cleaning,

efficiently. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen were Stuart, Mrs. L. F, Dlnklns Joan+ HhPrt1. find out yourself, In a II restore flower-frenh smartness to lovely suits! and
to serve old
geared you in Hawthorne Sunday visiting Mrs. Paul Etheredge of Jacksonville Dlnk ps, Peggy Wiggins and Sharon frank talk with jour rrvmltcr.lli i IreHsefl. You can add another lifetime to an

friend visited, her sister Mrs. Hall. '" at tho tl.1 M. Army and IT.S. outfit by bringing it to us for cleaning-

I E. M. Davis, several days tho / Air F.>r<-(. n"C'r..llln'Ita./ / I

TAKKBBUILDERS' Annette Green .of Brooker visitid early part of the week. FINAL CI.KAKNCK S.XI.K tlon. Minnie |'
her uncle and aunt. Mr. and All1I1t..r Merclmixll-w Clr"Rtly;. pail. Monday. from. U:;:011 a. m. 31.TTemple
C. H. Crumple r KwliiriMl.. Ciime In and se'.. all the. I ROUT. -L.l
( SUPPLIES 1MI'll.1F.. Hazen on Friday and Mr. and to 12 IHMIII. Thin. rrcriilirr, a /J '-
Jacksonville were Sunday llargalnn we harp.MSLtRT. I
i Saturday. of trained exMTt" | I U artniilly aC'1I"'r GREEN, 9leUJ 71 lill97 .
'-' d' S.A.L. DEPOT ... n'cQt lwaG45W". I I guests; of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin SIIOI'1-f: I .....uu".II"r.'U, find It Ave.Thin ,
I Mm. F. H. Lonhad as her and Mrs' Carrie Hitch. i1:
_. /! Owner
_.__._ -' addle heck with ""
. north to i
.. ------- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn oiuMrs. jour
'.- '" --- weekend guests, Mr. and Airs. I r
Corner Long of Jacksonville and Mrs. N. T Ritch and daughter" Lester Kite attended tin him alHiiil' rllll..thi.r| Moniiii -

f Jill Long of GaInesville Dianne, of Wlldwoood spent a Alvin Wynn-Nettle MHO J<'owlerwedtllnJl" \VA() itinl. \\'.\F' curcernoHii I

I few days last week with Mrs. In Lake ltitler! Sunday | u hrlltht d.aer. FLA
-J Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. Jfternoon. I .. .. .
j I Richard Barber of Gainesville Carrie ..--- ..- -- ', -' ---- -'- -. :, .
4 spent the weekend with his uncle T. J. Griffin. Dianne Is stayingover / '
I and aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. O. this week visiting her grandmother Friends of Mrs. A. F. Sauls ..wile "-- 1.:1:
OUR STORE w o iazen. I Mrs Carrie Ritch.Starling's > glad to hear she Is getting
ilong nicely In Shadycrcst Hoxpl- Is A lUg Get Acfjiiainlcd; Sale I
Ir'b'' IS TRULY tal after undergoing an operation

MERCIiANDISING MART I I net week. Could. You Miss This ?

A r rt! Grocery Mrs. W J. F.pper on, Jr. and .
laughters Mary Sue and Sully

For Bradford County And The inn spent Friday and Saturdayn
t Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs,.
H. L. Richard while there Mary
Surrounding Area SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEU. 18 19 Sue attended Spike Jones' program .
I at the George Washington


Get The Habit Of Looking For I AND SEE; : ..

At KOCH'S 1! : t'. % LEGION OUR ONLY 95 .
It First .. LARD PURE 13HIHO .POST 12

,. 4ws' fJrtS NEW LINE

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At Our Show Windows I It was announced this week that O F Ivory or Ilronze Finish
Why Not 1
Crackers 29c and past commander of the Dept. :ShadeCOMPARE ;
Many Household Needs large l{ autlful Rayon :
Week For will
This (If) Florida American Legion BEDROOM
I be the principal speaker at the ) ; THIS TO ANY;-';
Such As The Following: egular meeting of Post 1\6\ next '

Tuesday night. SUITS $25 LAMP!

Glass Wax Chamois Mr. Davis recently returnedrom
sft29c to Washington D. C.
a trip
Air Wick Bug Bombs I Sugar where he conferred with the Florl-

Guns ,
Bon Ami Spray eUran's business It Is expectedhat
I he will be able to give an
Windex ip to the minute talk on Veter- : ; : :

Expello ; NAPKINS --- Swan - lOc 1 m's affairs. A cordial Invitation
Johnson's Pastroanndd I la extended by the local post to !

I '1116.\>II veterans to attend this meet- '

And Many Other Useful Items For '
-. ? i Coffee Maxw.ll 45
; :' :!
The Home A..U.\\IC.4
: Bush

Be Sure And See Our Windows I I 0 ('....rrhd @|) n....C..


Store c SERVICE, Inc.N.dwar.Le.Mrrd.U. Denmark Furniture Co.

Koch Drug I Country Fresh 45

Eggs KKT.TO.,R, n1p+H're, rLi.ra. STARKE.
IOZEY ... a PHONE 151

1 PHONE 53 I[ j I- V. Wlllsae" ?.... ................. FI.A."i.


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 194< !)


aoil in organic matter combined Girls' SoftballA
fir, Baptist WMS Met Odd Fellows Plan r Azaleas Need Acid Soil, Heavy Mulch, with the mulch will help to girls Softball team Is in :

) Monday At ChurchW. Box Supper EventThe And Partial Shade For The Best ResultsBy maintain the soil moisture. The the process of being organizedhere ,,,

plants are very shallow rooted. and all Interested persona ,
: \ M. S. members met Tuesday regular meeting of the Dorothy ROM Soils for azaleas should be abun azalea- are asked to contact either Nina ,

I : at the Baptist Church with 41] I. O. O. F. was held Thursday Home DrmonntraUon Agent dantly supplied with water and camillia Seedsmen fertiliser.carry a special It should be Bishop or Freddie Wlmber'y.' ,.

3 members present for the Royal evening of last week and plansare The groups of exotic azaleas organic material. If the soil Is applied just as soon as flowering ,,
Service and business being formulated for an "open
program Indian and
In Floridare double
grown not naturally supplied with organic Is over at the rate of a
meeting, with Mrs. F. B. Beard, house old-faihloned box sup- Kurume. The species of native I matter, then acid peat or muck handful, which is approximately WE GO ANYWHERE .

Office Gladys Mooty KnsklnnroPhone program chairman In charge. per" to be held at the Lodge HallIn azalea or wild honeysuckle are I compost, leafmold, or other decaying 1-2 pound, to a good sized plant, .v: i [It. Specializing In
M Mrs. Beard the .Missionary the near future.
Phone 29 Editor presented adapted to cultivation but are organic matter should be or 2 1-2 to S pounds to 100 square Q l\ WEDDINGS
proRram "Christ the An The meeting was presided over rarely used. The Indian azaleas set June If growthhas 11r'
.. - ------- mixed with the soil before feet, and again in t '
'r- swer in City Streets", Those tak- Noble Grand, M. E. Land and while varieties
; by grow quite large some ting the plants. In addition It is not been satisfactory. r'I
Women'sPresbyte.rian I Sapp-Merritt ing part were Mrs. L. G. Powell was well attended. Several new are practically dwarf. The highly desirable to have a mulchof I I\\ I II I

Young and Mrs. W. R. Morse. Mrs. S. applications :were taken under con Kurume azaleas are smaller in decaying leaves or straw on CARD OP THANKSWe ,

CircleThe I Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Merritt ot E. Sparks, president, presided over Riders tlon. size, compact, and the leaves are the surface of the soil of the wish to express our deepest
Lake Butler announce the mar the business! meeting after which and more glossy. Many
greener azalea
azalea bed. The requiresan friend
Young Women' Circle of I rlage of their. daughter, Jerry, "The Week of Prayer" for Home HT. MARK'S VESTRY new and different colors, not pre- acid soil for best growth. for appreciation the words to our of kindness many the
the Presbyterian Church met at to Pete Sapp, son of Mr. and Mrs Missions was discussed. Mrs. WILL MEET TONIGHT sent In other azalea groups, are SPECIAL EVENTS ShOt'V
and other expressions
Just before and during flowering beautiful flowera,
the home of Miss Evelyn Stump ] E. A. Sapp of New River. Sparks asked all who could, to found in this class. Most of them I
At the annual Parish Meeting Is favorite time to move of sympathy extendedto
Thursday of last week. attend the State W. M. U. meeting are single-flowered, but some are a QUICK SERVICE
t The marriage took place In of St Mark' Episcopal Church balled and burlapped plant from us during our recent bereavement -
in March 23 and
Daytona, 22.
Mr*. Estelle Black, : hose-in-hose (one perfect flower
conducted the meeting and the Waycroas, Ga. February 7. They :... Also the regional conference held in the Parish House on Thursday set Inside another). The native the nursery. Care should be taken I ;We will always rememberyou Developing And. !

following officer were elected: were attended by Mr. and Mrs. April 1 in Green Cove Springs. evening, Feb. 10, six vestrymen azaleas are deciduous but pro- to set them at the same for your kindnesses which
J. R. Cozatt, Jr. the were elected to serve the level at which they stood In the were such a comfort in our sor HOLLYWOOD
Reports were by
Miss Evelyn Stump, treasurer given duce a mass of flower just before
Mr. and Mrs. Sapp are livingat church the 1949. The soil around them
year row.
and Mrs. Guy Andrew., secretaryand varlJUs Circles that had sent used the leaves appear In the spring.Following nursery. AND GIFT
publicity chairman. the home of the bridegroom's clothing for World relief and the Those elected were Joseph Sis- are suggestions for should be well packed and the The Sapp Family.

parent In New River while Mr meeting closed. ) with a by trunk, Joseph Hoover, Edward whole bed covered with mulch. ._
prayer maintenanceof
the preparation and ---- ---- -- -
to a ---
decided '
It was sponsor Sapp completes his senior year Mrs. H. L. Burns, James. Blackshear, George Azaleas require a great deal of -- -- -
nursery in the Sunday Schoolrooms at Bradford High School. Miller and Merle Qrlder. soils for azaleas: water during the periods of bloom- '

for those parents who have i 1 I At the regular monthly Vestry ..... Ing and of new growth but will ALVAREZ'\ STOREFQunder'G : ;;.J WI
children too small to take to ; 2. A. Members tirlIfC.nt; I II
church. Toys, a baby bed, etc. for Woman's Club meeting to be held tonight I Fri- (Wi : { t r."', not tolerate water-logged .soil. A

'this purpose have been donatedby Honored At Banquet day) at 8 p.m.- In the Rectory, a '
Hears School TalkH.
I Trea.aurerwill be elected, and \
members of the Circle.
Members of the Ruth Halnp.it. the Warden will be appointed.
The next meeting will be held at P. Morgan Superintendent """
W. A. were sponsors at a I Mrs. G. Wilmot Brown and
the home of Mrs. Estelle Black,, of Public Instruction, Bradford for the Junior G. A. and
banquet Mrs. NopgM
Stanley were co-
and all young women Interestedare County, addressed members of theWoman's Intermediate O. A. Monday In chairmen of the dinner which was Tea Offer
Invited to attend. Club at their regular I
the Baptist annex. enjoyed by approximately 35:
During the social hour delicious ,. meeting here Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Marshall Nagle, counselor, I members of the church. BEVERLY JEAN ( IA\\FORD I I
refreshments were served by the of last week. had charge of the program. The I Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Craw

hostess Mr. Morgan discussed Implications annex was beautiful with red ford announce the birth of a

of the new school law, both and white decorations and the New Seal-O-Matic daughter, Beverly Jean, born in

Woodman Circle from a financial and an educational banquet table was centered withan Tubeless Tires the Alachua County Hospital Double Your Money\ Back
standpoint and also described arrangement of red roues. February

To Meet TuesdayThe some of the newer Ideas/ Miss Alma Thomas Y. W A. On Sale HereSimultaneously ( ( I I : ;: I If one of lliese Tens IM not _vour
Birth. at Hospital:
In education.The president, the welcome and
Woodmen Circle will hold gave with the disclosure Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis \ favorite after one 'lrl "l lIrtrrfiignliion
In of ifrs. D. L. Thomas the rcpon -
program was charge gave \ I
it* regular meeting Tuesday evenIng In Life magazine that the. Sheppard of Cross City, a son, :
the Department of Education, Mm.Jeasle \ "B, followed by prayer led .
Feb. 22 at 7:30: o'clock at Young, chairman. by Rev. L. D. Halnes. new Seal-o-matlc Tubeless tire : Charles David, born Feb. 8. .,. -- __/''.- -., of AiP. Foundrr.Mumh. .. maV iliU nffcr. :TryJScf .
O. W. Hall. of the B. F Goodrich Co. Is now and Mrs. John Wesley do bnw .
the W. : : Mr. ./ ) ir or Our On TJ,if you not grw ihii your t jtiu
The following new officers will Mrs. Grace Osborne prenlJcd Y, W. R. members assisting: available to the public for the' Robbirdi of Keystone: Heights, a -. ,--/_ / you ju.l tin quality you 1,1, ,. and ...... you ,niwm-y., too, n'turntltc
president,' Eunice Wilson, In the absence of the president were Misses Madge Brownlee, Sue first time I it!> this area F. L. \Vat- son, Jerry Wayne, born Feb. 8. ., ('efrbrsiisg 90 lean package. and |v| Dvublc Wur Money Odik.IT'S .
preside iiggs! Gerealdlne Shaw, Shirley '
Mrs. Junius M. Smith. el Fine Teas
past-president, Maude Andrews / Shaw, Clara Thomas. Dolores Mc- terson, manager of the Farm Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Thornton, itt.I .

first: vice-president, Virgie Barks- l ntght:: Manez Dodd', Montie Hut- Home & Auto Supply local Goodrich Box 31. Starke, a son Anothy 4'

dale; second vice-president, Ethel Valentine PartyAt hlngs, Peggy Ann Wiggins and : dealer, announced that he Nathan born Feb. 0. : NECTAR TEA llb.-95c

Raymond; chaplain., Eula Mae Home Joan Dlnklns. Thirty-three guests I Is ready to sell them immediately.The Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pierce ,

Connor; auditor, Emily Denmark;' Duncan enjoyed this lovely affair. store manager revealed that lines, of Starke, a daughter ,

banker Lola Mayes; attendant, : he has had the new item In stork Jacquelyn, born Feb. 9.
The Valentine motif was car.I
Farris Conway; captain, Effie I rled out In the red and white Valentine Party for some time anticipation of :4" NECTAR TEA BAGS 100 79c
Carter; musician, Mae Green; assistant I color scheme for the party Mrs the Goodrich announcement. He Legion 'Takes Over'Starke : .

attendant, Ethel Chambers; K. O. Duncan gave Valentine'sday For BTU MembersThe learned at a conference of Good-
corresponding/ recording and fi rich dealers and store managers AA Cagers; ? ,
for her daughter, Margaret
nancial secretary Mildred Frick. Rose, and 16 of Margaret Roses Young People's Training recently that a truly one-piece Buys New UniformsAmerican ; OUR OWN TEA llb.--91c I
Members are urged to attend friends. Union of the Baptist Church en- tire, such as this, has been a goal ,

the meeting. joyed a delightful Valentine party t of tire engineers ever since the Legion Post 56; has .. .-:- -
The refreshment table, set under Saturday evening In the : beginning of the automobile era. taken over the Starke A. A.

the Duncan's beautiful spreadIng church annex. The color scheme I Anticipating a heavy demandfor Basketball Team and the cagers :'? Our Own Blend
oak tree In the back yard, ,
MOTHERS! Register The was carried out with red and the puncture-sealing tubeless will now appear under the name
was overlaid with a VaVntlne '
white hearts and streamers. Mr. Watterson emphasized of Post B6 -= --.A.r..ro..ndedwlohT.'nI85C
tire ).
New Baby For Valuable _
cloth, and held heart shaped can- Games were played and among that since there Is no tube to The Legion has bought new -: ,ml IH.kern, trrvin*the American TEA BAGS 48's39cNO
.Gift At Our Store dies, mints and a cake embossed the most outstanding events WAS tire teamred pants public with fine T... at band..om
be snagged or pierced by a uniforms for the ... ,
with a Valentine. 1S4155* r tine*
a fake museum. After refreshments Iron the now tire la actually and shirts, trimmed in white, with

;'- ""'., I The group enjoyed skating and the young people gathered eailer to put on and take off Pout 56" across the front of the j-i-ii-t-'

\::Jii; t outdoor games during the after around the piano for gongs than the ordinary onus. hlrt. RotS GIV'E YOU M0. E FOR YOU* MONEY THXN THISI
noon. Two contests were playedand Counselors and attending Into I .
;; sponsors "Furthermore. ho declared The Post 56; team went f1IJJ1I1' NUTLEY "LII
Emma Jane Canova and the party were Mrs. Clyde "there shouldn't be many occasionsfor action Thursday night, Feb. 17,

t.J; > WEAR 'Jackie Hobbs were recipients of Priest Mrs ,Jeff Dodd, Mrs. taking the tires off for a long gamut the National Guard from Oleomargarine\

prizes. fame, Mrs. Frank Landrum, Mrs. long time. There Is no tube hazard palatka, but the game was played

Cter).thing for the ('hilul E.': L. McKnight" .and Mrs. L. O. The tire 'automatically seals top late. to get the results for the 23c ;lb. Super Right' Qual- \ "

4 From Birth to 12 Yearn' Old Birthday Party lazen.. Itself both at the time of puncture taper.. ( 1
and when the puncturing Tonight (Friday) the Post 56 '
4 RONNIEDONNIESTORE ,. For Wayne Sapp Dave Long Celebrates object is removed. It retains air I team will take on the Woodlawn N

10 times longer than a regulartire Baptist team from Jacksonville.This Cut Rite WAX PAPER 23c ity Heavy \Western -
Little Wayne Sapp celebrated Sixth
BirthdayLittle with a prewar type rubber team Is now leading the
228 E. Call Starke
his seventh
birthday anniversary tube." church league In Jacksonville.
Saturday afternoon when his par. Dave Long celebrated his Mr. Watterson also pointed out P'nut Patch: P'nut Butter, 2 lb. 65c .I:
ents and Mra. J. C. sixth Wed- BEEF
Mr. Snpp birthday anniversary that the new tire costs less thanan WHAT PRIt'EISDEPESVESCE' :
entertained 17 of hla friends at a nesday afternoon from.. 3:30: to
ordinary tire with a puncture- Pickle: Patch Sweet Dills 16 oz. 31c:
host to
5 o'clock when he was
party. sealing tube while giving the ,
PICK ;your POINTNo The Sapp home In Hellbronn his kindergarten class at a partyat same protection plus an "easier If you ..want to run your own Fresh r- GroundBeeftt.43c I "

Springs was decorated for the his home on Washington St. ride", and at loss weight. business/ you need at least some Green Giant Peas, 17 oz. 2 for 37c ., .,
flowers in shades to start with "
matter how you like to occasion with arrangements of Spring pastel $ .fIO capital says
write. Estrrbrook has the pointto azaleas. The children enjoyed ,were used to advantage In decorating #1'" I' the U. S. Department of Commerce SIRLOIN STEAK, lb. 75c

Hit ;your tawte! numerous games In the yard dur- the T. T. Long home for the PAGES FROM after a recent study of Niblctshele! Kernel S Corn, 2-33c I.

ing the afternoon and later were occasion. Balloon favors In the businesses established during the CHUCK ROAST, lb. 49c

served refreshments Indoors. The color motif were given to the OUR PAST: years from 1945; to 1917. 21c ,
221' s$4 dining room table was overlaid youngsters and many delightful i But your capital need may well MEMCOKN - Rib or Brisket Stew -10.- 27c
with a lace cloth and centered games were played with prizes be a good deal higher today andit
awarded to the winners. 21'Fltol! AGO varies from one of "small busi '''''-
with the traditional pink and
Del Maize Cream Style Corn. 2-33c _
white birthday cake with seven Mrs. Long was assisted In (From the Feb. 10, 1928 Issue) ness" activity to another.
2556 $ su.d1A. pink candles. serving the 2,1 little guests by Two more hats in the ring- .J. New' filling stations are at the _ Wilson C. K. Sliced Bacon, tb. 49c

Xfrs. Mrs. T. H. Slade. L. Frazeo Is candidate for the bottom of the list. Their average
Assisting \ Sapp In serving a
Wayne's guests were Mrs. Felix Legislature. from Bradford County, initial Investments In 191 .47 were TALCO FEEDS f[ Smoked Bacon Squares: lb. 29c

Sapp, Mrs. Lois Moore, Mra. J WSCS To Meet and A. J. Grlffls Is running for just around $3,000. Household appliance I
2112 se
E. Brown and Mrs. Gilbert Brown Superintendent of Public Instruc- stores required $3,700 or Smoked Skinned HAMS_lb. SSc

.::: j I Members of the WSCS will hold tion. H. C. Wall hits been appointed so. "Bating anddrlnking places"averaged SCHATCII r2.1 ,
their regular business and a capital requirement of Fla.
-- pro supervisor of registrationfor Dres'd-Drawn Fryers lb. 53c
100 lb. 1.10 ,
2961 e.Iif gram meeting at the Methodist Bradford County by Governor $6,000. lt> 1.07 r r- r ,

church, Monday Feb. 21 at 3 Martin. to succeed C. A. Knight, To make a start In Independent _ _ '" .:"'I'tt"' "Oft '.01"I I

i!D ---..- D o'clock. resigned. I business with a food store an CHOPS OR ROAST, lb. 39c
"B"' Last Friday the Etiquette': Club average $7,200 was needed; a LAYING MASh H -_ H H
.641 !; TARKE FL': had charge of the program In furniture and home furnishings Center Cut White Bacon lb. 31c
Arthritis Pain BUS assembly Eva Marcotte, I store requited at least $0,800; retail 25 In. 1.17 100 lb. ".31 ,

mlU55 I' Sun., Mm.' Turn., ....b. 20-23 rat quid.. MUftitfullr eomfortlns help for I Jewel Wiggins and Thelma! An- stores of all kinds. -avertged and Whole Lamb Shoulder: lb. 39cG
-".- 'f""'> $ I ...- end pains. et ntuumatum. Arthrltu. dreu took part Mrs. Mnbel Wall I $7,300 capital requirements
Aiiuorr & COSTEM.O ItourUU.. LumbMO BoI"".*. or N.ur, lal"trywnhtd. the smallest wholesaling ventures II -
director announces that the BUS 6 WIN (J M A S
.Worn blood.
tntoui n uu PI' 'doM Small West. Spare Ribs lb. 43c
i'''ito I The Noose iwuftUy Lana ftil.vituns pain M you ..n Glee. Club will perform for the demanded an average Investment ,
0.'.. enjoy llf*and UMP comfortably.O The Investment -
mot of about 10400. highest 100 It>. 4.57/ -
public tonight : lb. 1.17
Hangs l ........ at drones today. Quick, eomptot 23
aA4A.u4.:, High *MtUMtiM or rnemsj. back.u.,...'".... lit the way of ads. Smiths FillIng of $10,800, was needed
Abet| "Tliiw h Anwriro County for retail firms selling building
Station has added Quick Frozen
Fair"" Cartoon, & News wrecker feared( to !give a almost power materials, hardware and farm _ _ _ I Perch Fillets lb. 33c

\\'... ., Ttuirr, Feb. 28, 21 I IDOt' unlimited power." II E. Lager- Implements. II R E E Z F----------: 27c: Whiting Fillets lb. 27c

BI.E FK.ITUKK: WELDING y gren"accurate says work"his land. surveying Is t line. The building looks the same _ _ H&G Whiting lb. 19c

The Upturned Glass L t Mrs. W. E.': Mlddleton entertained aa front it does almost today resemble, but the the autos"horse in SPICK & SPAN .23cCKISCO _ _ _ _

Starring Juinc Motion '.r.1 In honor of the local doctors' Fresh Green .
and buggy" days. CABBAGE, If, 3c:

AND LI.'; I Those and Invited druggists'were wives Mrs.recently.E. L. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns SHORTENING. 3 lb. 99c Select White Potatoes, 10 lb. 45c
Tex Kilter In ( gave a 50O party Friday evening.
.- Biggs. Mrs. J. S. Butler. !'..IrV.. Highest scorers were J. L. Peek YELLOW ONIONS 3 tb. lIc:
Where the Buffalo K.': Butler, Mrs.\. C. H. Marks. andJ.
and Mrs. H. H. Young. Miss BLUE-WHITE FLAKES, 2 for 17cSweetheart APPLES. Wash. Red Delicious.: 2 lb. 33c;)
\ -' Roam E. Corpening. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mable Waller made low. Fresh DATES 14 pkg. 25c
We offer Urn |i'p1 of Starke Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs.a. oz. -
Plus" l..at..t'orld News C. Conger. Mr.. W. B. Parks. : Bath Bar 12c GRAPEFRUIT, Large Sizes. 4 for 23c
J. I.. Simmons, the plumber, Soap
Fri. Feb. Situ \trlnlty one of the mist Arthur Williams has started Baking Potatoes, Ida. Select Ig. sz., 5 lb. 35c
Sat. 23, 28 Is erecting a shop adjoiningFrank
DOUBLE FK.\TUKK: ,miMlern and fluent. equippedueliling remodeling the Magnolia Hotel on HollLngsworth's shoe shopon Fresh Bunches Carrots, 2 for 15c
Walnut Street, the old front being Soap. Bath Bar 12c
the south. Woodbury CELERY, Fla. Goldenheart 48's 2 for 25c
replaced by a brick and concrete
.)NUMBERED MINTS *h"|>M anywhere. ". A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
\\'ith Johnny Mark Drawl porch. '
Harris morning
E. W. Saturday
ANDAssigned All Work iuaranteed: Mrs. George Flynn and little at the home of Mr. Harris' par. lona FLOUR, 25 lb. 1.49 JANE PARKER

son. of Palatka. are visiting her Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wills.A .
To ents.
I &fr4zooh DangerGene GARAGEAND mother, Mrsv Florence Emma Ca-
Raymond. Noreen Nash nova. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. IonaFLOUR.10 lb. 63e
Robert Tanner on Monday, the
..tIw.POSSV"" fQUNMIN MMYofll AI.... "3 for Breakfast Cartoon :MACHINE SHOP .
( &: Chap. 8 "Riders. of 28 \..taRnO /9th inst. __"_ 'L LAYER CAKE
s.y It's the ea-le"t-wrlt- Temple' \'-. Starke Inman and Kltch wno recenuy .
lag pen you eer lined, and Death Valley" -I (From the Feb. 9, 1923 issue of bought the Harold Wall Insurance A&PCOFFEES

this l. all you pa>y< .........- ----- I The Bradford County Telegraph" ). agency, have> now bought the
hOLDER1.40 T An.event of unusual society agency of 1\0\[. F. Brown. O'Clock 39c ;
Eight :
Interest took place Wednesday Mrs. Q. C. Sweat left Friday
Choice: Of Point .35 afternoon when Miss Nelle Roberts for St. Petersburg and Snrasota
BUICK COMPANY 3 tb. 1.15.
GREEN 1 lb. 40c
to visit relatives and friends. Pure LARD: 1 In. 16c 3 lb. 47c
became the bride of Joseph ;
_ _ _ _
1.75 (Next Block To Courthouw) William Andrews, Jr., at the The local business men were MILK. White House. 3 for 37c:

TOTAL OFFERING FOR ONE WEEK. Beginning Mon.. Feb. bride' home In Lawtey. Mr. Ly-' entertained by the Woman's Club RED CIRCLE. lt>. lie D-E-X-O Shortening. 3 lb. 90c:

X you bend or break a point, 21, A Complete 3-Cont Enamel Paint Job With Full man P. Pryor of Jacksonville sang Feb. 1. Mayor C. L. Peek madean BOKAR. lb. '. 47c .
wish to change point far "0 PromIse Me," and Mm. Lawr- address. \
or :Money-Hack: 18-Month Guarantee;
any ether rr ....n. Just unwrewtha ence Adams of Jacksonville, cousin '
old one and ft a new one For $37.50 of the groom sang "At Dawning." Friends of Mlaa Margie Middle- : \ .

from u* for only S3c. EX PERT: :\MECHANICAL; HKVAIR: SERVICE: Mrs. E. L. Biggs, ulster of the ton .granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. !\\\'t ir.r\: :!; : i l\ OO
will be in- \O\
CHARLES TORKUELLA. MANAGER; bride was matron of honor. Master Mrs.; W. E. Mlddleton
Bradford County terested to know that she was
Leslie bearer.
G. M. C. Parts Goodyear Tires & Tubes Biggs was ring
Telegraph 1949 BUICK Now" On Display IMMEUIVTE: DELIVERY ,There' a picture of the First recently elected vice president of
:-4 Phone :226 Baptist Church on the front page. I the ZTA sorority chapter at FSUIn _
"Founded in 1877," says the cut- Tallahassee.



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Among those from out-of-town I Mr. and Mrs.. T. C. flaxen attended ::.fl'. and Mrs. Wallace Cal'8on ters Mrs. Annie Overstreet sister Mrs. Riley Blackburn Saa.

attending funeral services for the the Spike Jones show at and son Frankie, of Pittsburgh. tBSC UTAC'11VJnC Starke Mrs. Onle Mae Yar- derson.

late J. B. Sapp Sunday afternoon the George Washington auditor Pa. are visiting Mrs. Carson's mother r brough Ijiwtey, Mrs. Maude Dob- Funeral services were held at
; Fred Fad- Jacksonville Sunday evening, Mrs. Pate Qassett.
: were: Mr. and um 2
:: rhanc and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. $ son. Jacksonville Misses Brrla pm. Thursday Feb. 10, In theIPine

Davis, Waycrosg, Ga.; Flem Tiers, Mrs. Thomas F. Sherwood of Mrs. E. D. Tenly and Mrs. W. ---- Delia and Vivian all of Raiford; Grove Congregational Methodist

Mershon, Ga.; Mrs. O. N. Dixon Herkimer N. Y. Is the guest this R. Morse attended the Jewish : FINER ROAST TONIGHT three brothers J. M.\ Rosier, Lowley -! Church with Rev. '>'J. W.
IN THE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Tom Byrd and week of Judge and Mrs. George Synagogue Institute in Jackson- I Members of Brnntley Rosier, LRcoochfle.R. I Grlffls officiating, Interment wasI
daughter.. Edna all of Tampa; A. Gardiner Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood ville Monday of last week. I 70 will be honor Boy guests Scout of Troop the S. Rosier, Dude City and one I I lis the church cemetery.

'-.. Mrs. Effle Cordray, Mrs. Eva are In Melbourne for the I I I
Rotary Club (sponsoring organization
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills of
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch had 3. V. Klekllter and relatives of Pike Sam Green. William Green winter. ) at a weiner roast and hamburger .
Starke attended funeral: services Mr. and Mrs. Don Harris Mr. Green Cove Springs were Sunday; Yes The Touriglsmild Transients Like
Tuesday and Wednesday fry on "the ridge", about
their guests of Mrs. Carrie Ingram.
an 1 guests
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hud- ,I for Mr. Kickllter'a brother-ln-, and Mrs. Mac Carmlcheal half a mile this side of West Gate, Our Food .
1 Mrs. Ellen Barber All Winter Merchandise Greatly; ,
in Palatka Wednesday daughter, Elaine
and daughter Kay of Area- Edward Strange Camp Blanding. The Scout Committee -
Mr, and Mrs. Tommy Denmark,
gins Come In and all the
Boree Rodwrd.
dla. I of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree, I Bargain. Wft !' have see Mrs. Patsy Rowe and Mr. and Is especially urged to attend i lint w' o" have time. to .*'**
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph I
\ and Rotarian Is Invited.
Mrs T. F. Hutto all of Jackson any
to the hem
Mrs. Lorena Dyal and sons .A. : SMART siiorn folka.Ve apal |-
L. and Junior Mr. and Mrs. Lacy ville. .were weekend guesta of the Troop Committeeman Bob Metsger ,( precliite your business and always
Green, Gilbert Newcomb and Fred Guy; L.' S. Hutto family.Mr. -
Mr. and Mrs.
: Green. 1
reports that of the
"ANNIS j 1/; Mr. and Mrs. J. Bastard. Mr. andMr attended the Coca Cola Manager'i painting try to please our frienil. at home.
exterior of the nv Scout build-
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visited -1
*. N. Duke Mr. and Mrs. G.Oattman. meeting in The George Washington Ing started
relative, In Hastings and Green was Wednesday mornIng -
Mrs. Julia Berrier Mr. auditorium. Jacksonville, Sun- and Committee Chairman
CONCRETE BLOCKS and Mrs. Claude Green all of day and Monday and also attended Cove Spring Sunday. Herbert Deal reports that chain Still Serving: Our Famous Business Men's

Ready Mix Concrete Bnlldeni Hardware Sapp Jacksonville and family, Mr. Luclan and Mrs.Alvarez Ellery while there the Sunday Spike Jones evening.Mr. .show Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Quartermat t and furnish tables the have been secured to LUNCH 50c

Most Everything To Build Repair or Hemedel Betty Alvarez, Mrs. F. A. Moore, of Brunswick Ga. spent the week- home.
Frank Wal- and Mrs. L. H. Lewis house end with Mr. and Mrs. James GUIDON GRILL
Inc. Mrs. T. A. Steele
ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES, Around :35 Troop 70 Scouts at-
and of Mrs. T. T. Long spent Deaver.
ters, Ml.s Janet Steele Mr. guests tended the North Florida CouncilmeeltOA'
10Ser,1048 W. Main Street South Mrs. Thomas Allen Steele :Mr. the early part of the week ID ( 1O.!: KOPKLOfHOS:
Fhoae 217 21S GAINK8VILLE P. O. Box and Mrs. Harold Monk and son Baconton. Ga. as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Durdlr at Worthington Springs!
63'J Thursday night of last week. A
of Jacksonville Beach and Mr ..
Harold Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson. They delicious
Sapp and family Mrs. Geneva returned to the Long home on and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch of ladles supper was served by the When You Think Of Electric; AppliancesThink
of the Free Will Baptist
of Wednesday and left Thursday for Gainesville were Sunday visitorsof
Humphrey Kirby Jackson Church at Worthington. Commit'teetnen '- Of 1V'-I-N-K-L-E lt
PALMIST their father J. H. Bitch, at
:MADAM MARY-INDIAN Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Alton Daytona Beach to call for accompanying the Scouts
Revel Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Lewis who had spent the the Shadycrest Hospital. 1";' :havl ,. .
were: G. S. Newcomb, T. K Me\ :.:, ,
TelN Paul, Present. and Future Problem Jim Sale Graham Sale Jack past week vacationing there. The Chine Jr.. ,:-.." .,,f'<, ,"x' ". "'..,,"'."
Hob Motzger./ HerberlDeal \
Thomas F. left Feb. 8 for "
all of Lewises plan to spend the weekend Grady
Sale and Miss Lota Sale
will read find J. F.
Of Divorce & Marriage.: : She Madison. with Mrs. Long before returning Boston Mass for a week's vacation Jatulon. I,
to their home In Wilmington and arrived In New York
s )'tlur entire palm like an open book. Locutionof T. H. Slade, chairman of thannual <
Feb II t to his former
FINAL CLEARANCE SALE: Dela. the early part of the resume
IOMt relatives and miming article, One All Winter Merchandise Greatly week. traveling position with Metro- that Scout around financial$4SO drive has beer reports 'J"

Ke Visit I... All That In Necewtary. the
Bargains we ha>'e.SMART. Mrs Janie Avery spent
Private Kixnim. For White & Colored. All Heading Conftilentlttl SHOPI'E early part of the week In Daytona W. H. Nollman Is In Aahvllle. and purpose.Union The Counties quota for was Bradford set at
N. C. business
On Jax Hiway Next To Gas Station At Farmers Mkt. Beach visiting Mrs. Harry Reid. on $1,300.

FOR THE HAND:' SIGN J. M. McDanlel of Jacksonville -
WATCH Mrs. Edward Knsor of Jnckiton-
after Mrs. Edward Burns was .
spent last weekend looking: Moirib '
< rnhpln Troop TO Is Increasing "
vllle with her mo-
property Interests near Starke. Jacksonville Wednesday to visit spent
Mr. McDanlel has been employed her sister Mrs[ J. P. Morgan,, ther, Mrs. Bertha Pearce every week and It I III
predicted that another Troop will
Bridge between planes.. Mrs.[ Morgan ,was "
as tender on the Ortega
have to be
pnroute from \Miami to her homeIn H. A. ManaaHit Is attending to organized noon If applications -
VENETIAN BLINDS since 1916. Bendix i I i
Dallas, Texas. builnesH In Ntw Symrna Reach continue at the present Hotpoint Appliances
Middleton of Jacksonville thin week.
Miss Margie .
Zenith RadiosT
Jet; the nest Accept Only FLEXA'LUM: ((21 8)) granddaughter of Dr. and Miss Lou Buyers vUlted hoi -

Mrs. W. E. MlUdleton of Starke parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Bey Mr. and] Mrs. James. Lewis hud Mrs. Nettie Griffis 'ON1'INilN7'< TFJRJIS !
VISIBLE (The name 1 is: on each slat)
was recently fleeted vice president ers In Leesburg over the week- as their guests the early part of
1 the week Mr. Lhwla' sisters Mrs Mrs\ Nvltle Griff, 48, wife of
chapter at FSU In Tallahassee.Mr. C. D. Shank of Roanoake Va. Sidney Griffin Union County
FREE: .:iiT.! I.\TE on One Window. or a Omen Mrs. Mae Jones of JaokHonvillu and Mrs J. C. Robinson, of Apop- farmer, died at her home neat Ave Slarke' Flu.v.W .
and Mrs. R. J- Davis were Is visiting her ulster, Mrs. W. E. ka and his mother, Mrs. Lllllo S. Half 01',1 on Wednesday, Frb. B
dust Drop A Cant To: Middleton this week. Lewis also of Apopka. She waa a native of Union County,,
Jacksonville visiting
In Sunday
.. ....
T. Ta- residing In the Ralford community ... .
Mrs. Davis's brother - -'-'
M. D. GASSETT, Box 375, Starke, Fla. tuni and Mrs. Tatum. Miss Nina Bishop returned Monday Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Wilt of her entire life,,,
after spending five days In Jacksonville spent the weekend In addition to her husband she Clr- .
Maj and Mrs. H..C. Wall and Tampa as the guest of Miss Shir- with Mrs. Pate Oa sett. Is survived by three sons Raleigh +"v 1yi ay

children, Bill and Nancy D., moved ley Scott and attending the Gas- Gainesville Lorenzo and
I from their home on Cherry Street parilla. Mrs. K. G. Duncan was the Ellery both of Ralford; six daugh-

Wednesday, to the military reservation guest of Mrs. T. E. Duncan In I
fFLiOWMLl at St. Augustine.The Walls Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong Oalnenvllle Wednesday Mrs.' Lettie Parker of Jacksonville II

>vill make their home In St. Augustine with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Robinson spent. the weekend with her II I
during Major Wall's termof of Jacksonville spent the weekend 'MIIIIt Madgo Brownlee will accompany daughter, Mrs J, C. Wynn and I I
I I'II. service there. on Lake DeLancy. Mr. and Mrs.. J. R. Chart-. family.

I [("if1): ) TO THE teen. Sr. to Pennacola over the 1
) Mr. and Mrs? L. V. Leal of Friends of Mrs. E. II. Smith weekend where they will visit
STARKELDERS Glen Alpine, N. C. will arrive ,will be glad to hear she is getting Jimmy Chasteen. CAREER-MINDED? ;
here today to visit friends for along nicely after undergoing an I (,
several weeks and to attend the operation at Daniel Memorial HOB- MUs Audrey Newman npcntthe
BUI These unnU' arc iidilri'KNi'd l<>
Herlong barbecue and fish fry pital in Jacksonville Wednesdayof weekend In Madison with her
f--=. young men who mint ,lo Is' the :
evening. last week mother ,
-' SUPPLY Saturday li'UiliTH of 'Imimrrmv, It lit. a
('. ::,.:, :Mrs. J. M. Hembree and Mrs. i Mrs. Ada Alexander had as her Misses Frances! Morgan, Helen .*HMsl to aiiiMlloim n..nho \ S / tGO

J. R. Kite are in Tallahasseefrom i Sunday' guests Mrs. C O. Dupuls Stuart and Odessa Thomas were arc truly 'ariir-nilnilr' '' l, and, I
I Thursday through Satur ''of Alachua and J. R. Jones. and "capped" at the Wesley Foundation not hose merely liifrmlvd. In h 4
I WE HAVE A COMPLETE:\ LINE of the finest Kiln day visiting Mrs. Hembree's slater Earl Summeral of High Springs.Mr. In Gainasvllla Monday even- u job. To these amhllloiiM ini-n I

Dried Lumber on the market. Just come in tell Mrs. J. L. Cooper and Mr. Ing after six months strennuo today. In. offered the greatest SPRING SHOPPING

what want and we'll rush your order to you. Cooper and Mrs. Kite's uncle and and Mrs. G. P. Dover Sr, course In the Alachua County Hospital rhanrn for inlv nrrnn'nt. In the
us you aunt. Judge and Mrs. Glenn Ter- and Mr and Mrs. G. P. Dover Jr. School of Nursing. Thegirls .
imiloii'n In
for history a ran-rr IN YOUR OWN CLOSET
Or, if you prefer telephone us (Phone 45)) today rell. and children. Richard and Joan now have 2 1.2 years more i
HIM nw I'.M. Army or If T. H.
prompt delivery. jf Hibbln Minn arrived here training before receiving their RN Air Force. Th...... in clotwt.
organisation' Start shopping own
I Spring your
I ;your
Dr. J. Maxey Dell Sr. of Gainesville Thursday to spend several weeks degree. Attending the exercises
is one-stop was visiting Sen. and Mrs. with their relatives, M and Mrs. : Monday evening, from Starke reiirem-ntlng' the IIIIICO..t himliie I Just bring& last )'ear'l4 favorite! unit and dress to
REMEMBER: Starke Builders Supply a Charley Johns on Wednesday.Mr. F. F. Flume and Mr. and Mrs. ; were Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morgan, *" III'ilii* uorlil. "' -'hold careerortportiinllloN : UM for like-new cleaning that puts them in the

home repair, remodeling, and building supplies store R. A Colson. Mrs.\ Hester Thomas Mrs. Elva iininatrhi'il, anywhere I 1919!) !> fashion: parade. With quality cleaning we'll

geared to serve you efficiently. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen were Stuart Mrs. L. F. Dlnklnx Joan Find out yourself, In a I restore flower-fresh smartness! lo lovely! suits anti
In Hawthorne Sunday visiting Mrs. Paul Etheredge of Jacksonville Dlnk is. Peggy Wiggins and Sharon frank talk with )our recruiter.HP'S dresses.! You run add another lifetime to an old

friends. visited her sister, Mrs. Hall at the ('. H. Army and (J. outfit liy bringing it lo im. for .cleaninjf.ROUT. .
TAR.KE E. M. Davis, several days the H.Ir Force. 1C"I'rnltlnj Station -
Annette Green .of Brooker visited early part of the week. FINAL fLKAKANfK: HALE: ,
Htarhe roxlofflrf Illdg., '
IM10NK: 135
her uncle and aunt. Mr. and All Winter Menliandlte ( r..allyIIt.lh..I.
em Monday: from U::00( a. m.
I Mrs. M. F. Hazen on Friday and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Crumplerof Come: tn and we all theBargains 315Temple,
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Saturday. Jacksonville were Sunday ue have.SMAKF. lo'l\ .......1. Tlili'' remitter, a fiTI th d

..t' S.A.L. DEPOT' ()''c 45W'" II: I II guests of Mr. and Mm.. T. J. Grlf- : NIIOI'I'K trained r*|>ert, l Is annuity w CREKN, tOwner

._ __._._,_ i I Mrs. F. H. Long had as. her tin and Mrs. Carrie Rltch. eureer' eoiiimellor.' lo'i'll fI..11t 9f.j Ave.
___ __________ ; .
'. worth while ihi-rk \
I weekend guests, Mr. and MI'8.1 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and )our l'n wish
Comer Long of Jacksonville and Mrs. N. T. Rltch and daughter,, Mrs. Lester Kite attended the hint about riilMlng. For women I
i Bill! Long of Gainesville. Dianne, of Wlldwoood spent a I Alvin Wynn-Nettla Mae Fowler "',\J and! WAT rwrrcrnopen I \
I few days last week with Mrs. wedding In Lake Butler Sunday a bright| ilnor. STAUKK, FLA.

Richard Barber of Gainesville Carrie Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. afternoon i II __ ._ . .
II spent the weekend with his uncle T. J. Griffin Dianne is staying ..___ -.-:..._:-- h I
p 4 and aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. O. over this week visiting her grandmother Friends of Mrs. A F. Sauls will --- -
GUI STOKE o : Hazen. Mrs. Carrie Ritch.Starling's be glad to hear she is getting

I along nicely In Shndycrest Honpl- 7'hiCJ In A 1 Itig Gel Acquainted Sale I
IS TRULY 6 ,,"::;-rr tal after undergoing an operation ) VVN.C s

A MERCIiANDISING: (J :MART II I last week uld-You I Miss This ?
I Grocery Mrs W J. Epperson, Jr and (I

laughters, Mary Sue and Sally'
For Bradford County And The I inn." spent Friday and Saturday
II I FLORIDA In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs
STARKE ''R. L. Richard, while there Mary WAY

Surrounding Area SPECIALS: FRIDAY & SATURDAY, FEB. 18 19 lue attended Spike Jones' program 7 IjiIl-og-: "
I at the George Washington O Ml K I N1AND

Get The Habit Of Looking For S K: K; l ,

It First At KOCH'S I! NI'PORE ut's 1312CHIHO .. POST OUR ONLY 1295. ,

,. v ws' gyres NEW LINE
_. .. -. -
I It was announced this week that
Not Look At Our Show Windows O F Finish"
Why Bronze)
fPM"r Davln. Gainesville postmaster Ivory or

This Week For Many Household Needs' : Crackers, large 29c and Florida.ps"t commander American of Legion the ,Dept.of will. BEDROOM Beautiful Rayon Shade

Such As The Following: : be the principal speaker at the CO. II"AUJTillS; TO ANY:'
regular meeting of Post 89 next

Tuesday night. SUITS $25 LAMP!
Wax Chamois returned
Glass I Mr Davis recently

Rug Bombs Sugar 516. 29 from a trip to Washington, D. C.
Air where he conferred with the Florl-

Bon Ami Spray Guns I Ita delegation. business.on pontofflce It Is expected andY'eteran' BaA li Mat Sets

Insecticides I that he will be able to give an EAT; COYER:

Windex up to the minute talk on Veter- A:' JIIKMLLE:= RUi 22\45: : t r ,, .,
lOc l
Johnson's Paste and Expello i NAPKINS Swan an's> affairs. A cordial InvitationIs
extended by the local post to ..:
Polish I ;Reg 3.95 Value! -
II I alt veterans to attend this meet-

And :Many Other Useful Items For Coffee U 45 In&po A r.46M-1 w Only 2.9S '


Be Sure And See Our Window I (._..erelal G Mw.1lKEYSTONE '+

I ,%.\ Gr.....

I ,. I Chuck I ROAST P..r 1b. 43c : IT'S A FACDenmai T YOU C'AN DO BETTER ATrk

Store i' Fresh. SERVICE Inc. Furniture Co.

Koch Drug E Country 45cggs 1/......._.......r-r.'.I.Icers'roxe .

: HHKMT. n.%.

PHONE 53 l .. WIIII._.. H.,r......tl..
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out or several games. 1 .Plle"'ne and other .....1. o.. ...........1 Pub11e w.lt"re and health 01' to protect moaqultos and harborlni .snakes.Cectlon by rep..led. was received by m. and approval byb
Iota and p.tllsR I.... 1'..._ N..d' the adJ"c.nt properly .aln.t t 2Where any owner of Section 5. TAIs ordinance oll..n. bee me on this the 181 day of Janu
Friday February 11th, Waldo tics p..p-u' I'M.'rI.. .... war k danger to fire, b."dlne. of moe. cold property shall fl or ratusediet r..me .tractlve on the 10tl1 day. or A. D.. I9U.t. .
I to h. do.. to ..'. tb. toe. and baranrIn of ..key.PeC.M A. 1949. cry
1''' ashoewrl gill en rori'Iving 10 fiftY written notice D. .
took the game by n5L narrow 45 to i /..ro .nd ......... "I' 1r NOW. ll fl F.. ba It or.d"h..d to comply with the provisions of FTAIs ordlnanc. .han. be publlHhod P. Rob orof ta Mayor ota City
tae adlsernt .....'.1'.1 by Council of the this paid. ba week for two ennsecutlya 1-25 It 1.4
properly 1 Y ordinance person ehlllJ once a Starke
I Both teams played very well a... ... ..... 'hrre.iiaw, nt ..... pity of Storka Bradford County subject upon eonvtrtlnn thereof toa weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph .
r and of ...alt... and proI. I .. ,
too barborlnx Florida fine lit not more than Fifty (880.ee
Waldo broke our zone .
but ...11.....for.. the......vlolaelon. of Its (80) days In I.. A. Canova I'r..ldene of City 11
times. To begin the game and .1.' City Jail or both such tine endImprisonment Council GIVES
many located within the City or Starke .
In the discretion of
WII1.ltFeAs after due conaideration
2 and Bradford! Pounty, Flnrlda from and Attest: Carl Jahns, City Clerk.
scored Mayor.
Jack Eaves points .
the City Council or the City To the Hon..rab.efayol'! of the
after the of ordinance
"'" ':--. ..'IM1.T shot 10 points out or B. H. S.' of 8tarke, Bradford (County Florida shall I he:: passage required' 11".le clean. and Section, 3. In lieu of much fine ('It,. 0' Starke. I hereby certifY. I FAST
eleven points during flnt quarter I. or the "lIlnlon that It wOllldb" clear und.rhrll.hln" and other. de. an" imprisonment the City may that the above and foregoing ordlnanee 1 '
I'CAI.' VALENTINES: : t dance like clowns others like In the l.uh1l0 interest 10 requlreiprnperly brlH on vacant Iota and put Into perform the work required by this was dilly adopted and pAe..dby RELIEF
: It la accord- Waldo's boys worked together ownsre to clean' and near I proper condition properly requtrlne ordlnance. and the coats thereof the City Council of the City of
You may ask "When did valenUnea ladles and gentlemen well. They outplayed B. H. S. underhrushing. and other. debris on much work t. b. dune 10 promote I hAil become a lI..n agsinet. the pro. Starke on the 18th day of January,
: lag to what valentine they are very all Iota and putting Into propercondition Ilh. public welfare and health 01' to >party> on which the work Ie done.Section I A, D.. 1U9. when COLD
get that name'" If you out. the first quarter by a score of "r"J''rty r.'lulrlnll such protect acting 13 to 11. The progress of the work to b. dune to promote the gafnmt. danger. to fire, breeding_ of laws In conflict herewith are her.-. The above and foregoing ordinance MISERIES
were to follow btr. Canova All of the boys and girls seem game changed a little during the -- n__ _n
around while she Is teaching musfe to think of Mrs. Canova all a 2nd quarter as we played harder.

In the first and second grades, Fairy Godmother who has come Waldo controlled our backboard

you would know. Just to stand at to spread sunshine around the most or the time although George i
the door and watch the boys and Winkler got most of the rebounds -
girls aa she teaches them Is rooms. They all like music well.very orr theirs. James Phillips, George EigishiPpedS !
much and Mrs. Canova as
want to i
enough to make anyone Winkler and Jimmy Godwin made
sing and dance. Some children shots In the last three quarters
The bulletin board at the main
of the game. The halt was very
entrance of the hall has changed
RELIEF AT LAST from a dull color to a bright Interesting. Players John Kilen, !
Paul Carter, and Lewis De Maugh
.AU the appreciation and
ivory Haloes II exhibited a bit of Bu-
credit to Frank Dryden, EI.drldgs C .
ForYour COUGHCreomuhionreljevetprompdybecaut. ketball. John Kilen was unanimously -
Hayes, and, James Hamilton -
elected captain of the rest tiM111 I II
the team who painted It. I

It gas right 10 the eat of the erouble period. ad.
to help loosen and expel germ laden The bulletin board downstairs, After the razzle-dazzle at the "
JOb/eJlm/ and aid n.rure co soothe and with all its hearts and lace, did half B. H. S. came out fighting : Redl Mizt Solid Qtrs. Kraft Kay NaturalCheese
heal aw cender. Inflamed bronchial make one certain boy want to and raised the score 38 to WaldJ'{ t e -s
mucous InembraseLTell. four druggist give his sweetheart a valentine 31S. Doth team matched scores JI J Oleo Lb 35c 37c l.b 49c
to all you' a bottle of ,Creomuloioll I Warren Kelly might have been a until the end of the quarter when f
mUle like
with the understanding Kraft
Waldo again started playing B.
it allays the cough little late but nevertheless all the
die quickly
way b.ck.CREOMULSION. the valentines he H. S. and ended the game with Velveeta2.b1o.,7ge.Ballard / ,
or you w 10 have your moor, girls accepted Oleo Lb 2Se
gave with smUell. a score or 51 to 45.
I'hUs. Cream
Since the subject Is valentines
Colds Bronchitit The girls' "n" teams of Brad-
for Coughs.Chest ,
I might as well add that I also Cheese 2 33c
ford and Lake Butler met for Biscuits 2 yta27c Pk9s

saw few. Martha She did not Henry want passing to give out any a their second game In the Armory ASK II.T STORE FOR SPECIAL 4-PAGE COLOR PRICE LIST!
Tuesday afternoon. It was a close
that had the
.word boys love a on It because she was game ending with a tie score or Sew tlt.ewer er fiends.. r.. 11.,
17.17. Phyllis Strickland, captain,
afraid they would get the wrong
wall high scorer making 8 or the
Idea. However she gave one cer 17 points for Bradford. Goo Del Monte
tale gentleman a large Peaches No2lz25C
young team work was displayed by the Dessert ;
heart with the word "love" written
all over it.Martha .
se tc' Horne and Janet An.derson Deeds Recorded _

too, made the Honor Role Del l\o.te\ a s 1

students Sorry that like we them.left off two "A" County Recent Court deeds house recorded: In the Fruit C OC k" a I No 2'/2 k5C Quantity nJjlhts Reserved -

Jessie T. Stewart or I'lttJtburl\'h\ I 19U
Prices Good Thru Sat., February
This week Mr. Funderburk, whole Pa. and Bradford County, to Su-
the n. H. S. baseball coach, son Groos of Pittsburgh, I'a.:
organized the Dasl'boll Club with lot 5 or Blk. D. Mt. Pleasant DEL MONTE VACUUM PACK

20 members wlll start Sub-Div.
They prac.tlce
) 1 I 1 1
after the basketball tourna S. E. McKay of Clay Co to

ments. I Patrick J. Delaney of Keystone Pound

Heights: lot 10 of Indian Beach

So tar the n. n. B. Doya' Lyle Bobzln of Jaspt t Co, Iowa COFE 49c
SHOP Basketball team holds a record or to I. V. Luke or' Starke: the S

6 wine and 8 losses Some 1m- 1-2 of the NE1.4 of Sect H. Twp
Teeple Ave i lOUt St.Starke has been shown each
provoment 6 So. Range 22E consisting of 20
F1orl4a game though Frank Dryden .was acrlls.I. .

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('Jr'ult e....... Ilradfurd Cuuntr, Gov,t. Graded ,, Vw'If//// i
Attention Cattle & Producers .1..1..1 is Hog '
Jean 7104.or : Uxree Uaree, 1'1lt.lntlff.Lufeluluu VII. Cube WllilamISugens Nu. Del Monte u. S. Good '''1 .S / .. Del Monte

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The Farmers Produce Market, Inco .n.of. 1'uhllrsloe state .r .t F.1..1.Nntlre lot totpp Grade: Beef -.T... .,",. :,
William buaene. nlLre. whose restdsns Del Monte Who Unp No. 2;, '_ Tomato 46-oz. CanApricots
; h. unknown:
At Gainesville, Fla.Is You are required to appear on Juice
Fobru'y 28tb, 1949. In the shove 32c Sirloin 30c
named Court and whereinplslntlff .
glad to announce to Stock Owners of soeks. divorce cause and custody. Del Monte Halved No. 303 SI k Lbs 59C Tomato No. 2
.f child, BradfordCounty ea
Bradford County and adjoining area that Telegraph.. shall publish this or Club Juice 13lY2c
a Stock Sale Is being held on Tuesday Oro..r. In next four weekly 1.1.. Peaches 21c

of each week, with highest cash prices .t Witness IIIu'k".InV Florida hand,ant this otfiiai January seal Del Monte Sliced No 803 Tomato Buffet.

.being obtained. aT, 19fO.lJI" Sauce 7
( i"w1Ar. SEAL) A. t. ThomneAs Tender e
., Clerk IIf said. Court.nv Peaches 21e Sf k 69c Red
IIllVen Crosby D. C. ea lb
Turn right at Ball Park OR Waido-Galllf'llvUle road un J"hn. Flurldn.Ally. J. "lendursun. 111.: St Augustine Whole Spiced No. 21S Tone Salmon 47c I

North' Alabama road. Drive S mllea to Stork Yard.L. .. for 1'f.! 1-21 ce 2-11
Peaches 41c Deluxe No 2K

W. Cobb, Auctioneer Grade
Plums 27c
Fruit No. 303 'A&

W. Fred Moore, Manager 0..1.O'UU'IIAIi1.......:to !]...NO...1..117AAs ........ of D F Prepared No. 2'%
.... Cocktail 25c 59C
property to .I. aad clear usder.I Drawn, Lb

--- Bartlett No. ; (?nick ryers Prunes 26c

Frozen Whole No.2f!,

BY. Goodrich: Pears 30e Figs 39c

tHE Del Monte 511. No. 303. Pork Neck Bones or Smo U. S. Good Grade Bed DICed No. 303:
Bacon Skins 2lbs. 2aC: (t Prime Rib Chuck
161/2c II
;' Small Meaty! Beets 14cArgo
ROAST 5ge 4ge
Sugar No. 303 Spare Ribs lb. uDc I _

I 5Ep ING Peas 1311 c Pork Sliced Pork Roast Liver or Picnic lb 2c) vim if Brisket Hamburger Del Monte I
pJNCIUR E Argo ned No. t Ga. Peanut Pure Pork !I Stew Lb 29c Beef f Lb 49c CATSUP

Sausage lb. bag
Salmon I 67e Smo -
Ga. Peanut Country StYlI! Hormel's Dairy I'fmd Skinned, Heady to! Eat .
Argo No. 2\\ Sausage lb. Gbc 14 oz Bottle 19c

Tomatoes 22e Sausage Kingan's Bologna lb. 49c S mo k Od Hums Lb 55C

Cudahy's PIece Bacon orb"Grade A National I Cherry WeekDel

Monte Cold Cream Bake A I
Cherry Pie-
SEa rOODS Sliced Damon 49C .
C 0 J R N lb Comstock's PIe I IZ

No 303 33c Ocean! Shrimp lb 49c l\It. Vermont Cherries No 2 2Se

__ Spamsh Mackerel 39c! (!
Sliced BaCOn lb 9C Stokely Red Pie I!
Del Monte Early Garden Std. Oysters Pt. 59c

Cooked Lobster lb L1.JC Fancy Canadian Cherries No 2 27cF4 :

P E S Red Perc Fillet lb 33c Khne' Pie

2 No 303 35c Large Pollock Mullet FIllet Ib lb 'Vc:tie B a C 0 n Sliced 1/z-Lb 49c Crust 8.0z 15c

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Dixie Darling! Family Style

BREAD loaF :lOC-1

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r.. .r.. POTATOES
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i '. fit'
A new way to drive! Now you can ride on tires wifbosllfubdr .1" e ,
U B E U.8. o.1
N 0 T
No tubes to buy. No cubes to puncture! No cubes %" ." Florid.i 3 25c
lbs .
; '
10 go flat. A self-sealing inner lining under the tread To Pinch 'of 41,!.', Ut'd il:>tS 'a

robe punctUres of their sting by instantly surrounding 'To Puncfurt / F e it vf
To Purchos.
t any piercing object- a1ing ic against air Joss. When Green Top r "Ida to-lb. Bag ''f .

the object is removed, this sealing rubber immediately .... Saco-se lI.dt .,"...." r "II grapefruruit 29cDunehes

1, Lila the hole, sealing ic permanendy. You be amaze) 2 4 9 5 C arrol: s 2) .t\. Sc Western Wlnuap DIXIE DARLING

at how little these new tires cosc. Drive in today. Switch << I I

''f'f' ; 10 safer driving and more riding comfort e ;.tnrrt mews av.ruau Grade A Florida Juice Winter Apples tr2 Lbs 33c IlACJIIVOranges <

FAR 1 HOME, & AUTO SUPPLY 8-Lb Erg 2Sc Western Pears 2 lbs 29c BREAD

141 1 WEST CAI.I STREET STARKE FLOIt1DAkr u. S. No. 1 Yellow Rutabagas lb 4e !

Onions 3 Lbs 1 Sc Super Spuds10lbbag6Sc 'IAOONOAQD. FOR l'A1SIN YQU/

Kiln Dried Sweet 1Potatoes4Lbs45c
York Cooking 17 ",L:

Apples 3 Lbs 29c Fresh Cali f.Des .12-0 Pkg 2gei v'

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I ciicnni OF" GOD S e . . sons, Edison, Richard, Warren ther, Mrs: Sue Myrtclc.
St. Mark's Vestry
PuRCH Rev.. L. S. Williams, Pastor and Terrill of the N. A. S., Jack C. J. (Dad) Forsytho, who has

Will Meet TonightRev. 8th & St.: Clair Sta. 1 GrahamBy .iake.G eva. sonville, spent Sunday In Jack- pent the past few months with
School 10
n. E. !Simmon' It. !>., Viral Sunday Sunday Morning Worship a.m. 11 a.m. Mra. John McKInney By Blanch CunninghamMrs. sonville. his son Charles and wife at

Friday, Feb. 12th: Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.,m. . ,, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hambrlck Marathon Is now visiting his
8 p.m. "Great Scenes from Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Tom Craves of Sampson of Jacksonville. were weekend daughter, Mrs. I. J. Snow and
Great Radio Station W. Q. Ifaflc, T. M. Stalling guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Plays Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. attended church services. here family in Sarasota.ASTHMA.
WRUF. and J. C. McDonald of De Finley.
Sunday night
8 p.m. Vestry Meeting In the CONGREGATIONAL Soto Miss., recent guests of E. T. M. Finley, Floyd Hambrickand
Mrs. Forrest of
Reynolds -
Baptist ChurchMany Pine Level ChurchRev. Rectory. METHODIST CHURCH spent last week here with I P. Stalling, returned to their Leonard Hamm were fishing
Saturday, Feb. 19th: night, In Lochloose waters Sunday
Services every Saturday her mother, Mrs. F. T. Abernathy.Mr. home Thursday Mrs. Hallo and
speak about blessings, W. E. Hall, of the 10 a.m. Baked Food Sale. Hart's ,
pastor Sunday morning and Sunday night and Mrs. Lonnie Melton T. M. Starlings are sister and brother Starke callers Monday were
few understand fully about bless Pine Level Baptist Church announce i Furniture Store. 11 a. m. and 8 p.m.. at Con- and children of Waldo attended of E. P. Stalllng's.trr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe, Mrs. Don I.....uanlne..hnuna rMurrlo a/-
..... .
Is ( Bronchi Asiar. **M. M*
what: a Blessing lethe Feb. 20th(
ings. that there will be an all- Sunday : Methodist Church on
gregational church here Sunday night.Mrs. ? and Mrs. Ray Forsythewere Arnold Carlson and Mrs. B. Cun .n.nr without trying IUKDAOO. vMMtwwlu
sermon subject by Rev. LewisD. day service at the church on 8 a.m. Holy Communion. Brownlee Road. Rev.J. W. Griffin thin IM Mowl to nwH hroiwtililInto
Albert Willis and son, guests of Mr and Mrs. W. ningham.Mr. *led tune..t1..U,h.q......... Halnea Pastor at the First Thursday Feb. 24, with dinner 10 a.m. Church School Nurseryand Pastor. lake stIcks me.... Thus ....._
George, were visiting Mrs. Edd C. Peterson In Jacksonville\ and Mrs. Bishop Myrtck f kr..ltili.. tn4_
Starke, this Mid aid' r* r
Baptist Sunday at served at the noon hour. Kindergarten departmentsIn ouatilns
Thuraday. of Gainesville were guests over .".Io.l MCMDACO .... ........... a.lhl.
11 &611... The choir will be under "Dr. J. Frank Norris, pastor the Parish House. Primary CHURCH OF CHRIST Ward Sunday afternoon. ....-.. -f -. ...
weekend of Mr. Myrlck's mo
the direction of Mrs. Ethel Biggs, of the First Baptist Church. Fort Junior and Intermediate departments Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday Mrs. Flake Watson visited her Mrs. Blanche Cunningham and I the

and Mrs. Mona Canova will be at Worth, Texas, and also the Tem- In the Church. I Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday I husband in the Lake City hospital -- I
the organ. 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and i Wednesday and reports that he
ple Baptist Church Detroit Mich., Evening Service 7:43: : p.m. Sun- I
Sunday evening, an evangelistic will speak at both services, 11 sermon by the Vicar "Sewa-I Is resting fine after his operation.

message by the Pastor, "The Waiting a.m. and 3 p.m. This Is a rare nee Sunday." I dayBible Study is every Wednes Mrs. Lizzie Hlnes Is here to
Father", will climax the Hap- opportunity to hear an outstanding 6:30: p.m. Youth group In cooperation -I day at 7:45CATHOLIC: : visit her daughter Mrs. Alice
py Hour period which will feature pastor and evangelist who has with the youth of' I Starling, for a while. s

the singing of hymns and the distinction of being pastor the Presbyterian Church at nl'RClISunday There will be a song and prayer

choruses requested by the congregation of the two largest churches, according the Presbyterian Church. Mass 10 a.m. service at the home of Mr. and
and directed by Mrs. to numbers In the United The church Is open dally for prayer Sunday School 11 a.m. Mrs. Frank AbernAthy Sunday

Morse" and Mrs. Mann, piano and States," Rev. Hall stated. and meditation.Presbyterian. Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m.Lawtey afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody 1 1 1

Hammond organ duo. The public la cordially Invitedto Invited to attend.
School ChurchThe Mr and Mrs. McKInneywere
Sunday meets at 9:45: attend these services and enjoy -
with Departments meeting in the the day of fellowship. visiting Mr." and Mrs. Henry
various annexes as usual. Classes First Presbyterian Church Galtln Saturday afternoon.

for all ages. Training Unions gather travelogues and comedy In color. will hold Its usual morning wor Levy Starling of the Farm "Where You Get The MOST And The BEST For LESS"WE
at 6:15: for discussion and These pictures are free to the ship service at 11 a.m. Topic for i nr. III.. .Flea. Colony In Gainesville *p..nt the

training in church membership. public and a cordial invitation I the morning sermon will be "God's weekend with his mother, Mrs. RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
Tuesday evening at 7 the religious Is extended to all. Kingdom on Earth", based on ItllOOKKK BEATS! UVUTKY Kate Starling.

picture "Stephen", the Mid-week service Wednesday the parable of the mustard seed. The Brooker. and Lawtey school : Mrs. Dempsey of Waldo :was SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY, FEB. 18,19
Special music will be provided by basketball teams met on the Law- visiting her son and daughter-in-
story of the first Christian mar 7:15: with the Pastor in chargeof .
tyr, will be shown, along with the service. the choir. It is a pleasure to an- tey court last Friday for their law. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dempsey,
nounce that the Young Matron's first game. Both teams played Sunday.
Circle has arranged for a nurseryso hard but the Brooker boys won Mr. and Mrs. John McKInneyand O"LE{

that parents with very young with a score of 21 to 16. Leslie children visited Mrs. Will No. 2CAN
children can be free to attend Phillips of the Lawtey team led Melton in Waldo Sunday after TOMATOES 1 lOc
"What Will When Jesus
Happen the morning worship service. i the scoring with 14 points to his noon.

Sunday School classes begin credit. Rogers and Mott of the
Returns In The Air?" Brooker team each made 8 points. Armuur's
promptly at 9:43: a.m. Those who 10 '>Z. pklf. California .
were present last Sunday will A return game will be played in Office Supplier at the Bradford

At 7:30: P. M., the first In.a series of Sunday Evenlagmessages not forget the )le8ll0n'as taught by Brooker Feb. 18. County Telegraph. Com plots 19c MILK Tall .. tOe
I C. M. Turney to the 43 who were HONORED:' AT !SHOWERA I line now In stork. Fresh Dates. - -
on the Hrronil coming of Christ" by Pastor In the Adult Bible Class. It Is ':
miscellaneous shower wa.'tgiven :J
Indeed rare that a class is so fortunate Golden Whole Kernel
Bob Gray. Old Fashion Hymn Sing at Evening Service In having such a fine for Miss Ernestine Moore AUTOMOBILEiJ.tiliTY No. 2 1.1 Can l.Jbby's LlbbY'1i Fancy ,
at the home of Mra." O. V. Lee

First Baptist Church Hampton additional teacher. Plans classes are being to meet made the for Thursday afternoon of last week. INSURANCE CORN No. Z Can 20c
After several games, !Miss Grace Although not (romptilitony l III Fruit Cocktail 39c -
growing needs pf the Sunday ,
Crews gave a vocal solo, then much safer to carry Liability
11:00 A. M. "Hecominff A Christian" School. little Wanda Wall brought in the Insurance. I represent only old
The Junior Choir enjoyed Its reliable stork companies. 1"lI"br..1" 12 .... I.ke. I.ay'a.
line ('II" IIr'lIon'
many beautiful and useful gifts No> :I
10:00 A. M. Bible School 6:30 P. M. n. T. U.
February party Thursday afternoon Your business will be appreci
for Miss Moore on a wagon decor-
of last week immediately ated In white with red hearts. ated. 18c Vanilla Wafers 25c
Beans -
... ..... ._ -,- -.... .....- after rehearsal. Games and contests The hostess assisted by Mra. 129 W. Call Street Lima -
included such important J. P. Myrlck Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr. Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCIISTARKE persons as George Washingtonand and Mrs. Joyce Futch, served Phone 1M
Abraham Lincoln, as well as refreshments to the 40 guests.
St. Valentine and a variety of N. D. Walnwrljtht. Jr. Foot Pure LARD lb. .. 13c
Reel t
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof all-round Information.The Among those attending the mar. ,

The People"A Westminster Fellowship rlage of Miss Ernestine Moore

which meets at 6.30; p.m. on Sun- and Wesley Thomas In Jacksonville GOLDEN RIFE:

Southern Baptlit Church For All People days and combines both Presbyterian last Saturday were Rev. and
and Episcopal youth Is Mrs. O. V. Lee and family Mrs.J. BANANAS 2lb.------- 19cMrs.
P. Mrs. Futch
making splendid progress. Those Wyrick. Joyce ,
Sunday School 9:43 TraUing Unions 8:13 not already attending and sharingin Miss Mary Julia Futch, Benton

Morning Worship Evening Boar 7:30 this Futch, and Miss Grace Crews.
happy fellowship are urgedto Kellogg's HOMINY TALL
11:00 Wed. Mid-Week Service 7:30 come this Sunday and bring Fred Cowell of Culpepper. Va., 45

a friend. I a nationally known chalk artist, Lima Beans or Red Kidney Beans ::' CANS c
visited the school last Tuesdayand
MORNING: "WHAT IS A BLESSING?" The February meeting of theLadles'
a talk Illustrating It
Auxiliary will be held on gave 3 In. pkg. Delicious
EVENING: "THE WAITING FATHER"RelhrlouJ with chalk figures. The program
the 22nd at the home of the
picture Tues., 7 p. m.: "Stephen" was enjoyed! by tho pupils. J I
pastor. At this time Mrs. H. H.
(Story of the first Christian martyr) Young, president, will present The"WMU met at the Baptist{;. i Blue Rose RICE 33c Fruit Pies - 45c:

----.,-- plans for a program In celebration Church last Tuesday for a business -

"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" of this church's 56th birthday. meeting.Mrs. .

.. .... .... This project will be achieved with Q. W. Durham and Miss lb. 19c
- - - ---- ---000 Table Tested OLEOMARGARINE - -
the cooperation of the Young Ma, Elizabeth Terry .were business ,
tron's Circle and various membersof visitors to High Springs last Tues- '"

All the prayer members church.meeting are urged In the to cha attend day.Mrs.visited. Ed Mrs.Durban Durban's and children mother< PHARMACIST SETZER'S BREAD "or' I'ul"..';dn - 1 lOc

pel at 7:30: p.m., Wednesday fellowship Mr*. J. L. Williams, last Sundayin
eiOntheMinit& STARKE
HUNDREDSof senior choir rehearsal. at Hampton.Mrs. Phone

7 p.m. It Is well for all Christiansto Iclcl Durban spent the Service All Brands SOAP POWDER Bo: 27c
bear In mind that true worship weekend In Brooker with Miss
details arc managed and economically Is an everyday thing and that Helen Barry. DAY & NIGHT

attended that only a trained and God should come first in our A group of young people from .
everyday affair Gainesville attended services at
Q. )j careful organization can attend when John Warren Kaufman, Pastor i 'he Lawtey Methodist Church !I",,' :

jr the urgent need for serving is at At The TabernacleThe : Sunday V. J. Rape night.spent last weekend '

visiting relatives In Ocala.
hand. "TABERNACLERS" Mr." and Mrs. L. B. Crosby and
feast. son Larry, of Greensboro were 300 DOWN
ed spiritually on the messages ONLY
brought by Rev. Joseph Larason, visiting In Lawtey last weekend.
of the Oriental Missionary Society Miss Elithe Collins visited In St.

7 Starke, Fla. ______ the past week, and on Sunday Augustine last weekend.
The WSCS the home of
night another treat met at
Funeral Director Ambulance Service by Mr.
Mrs." Paul Dinkins last
and Mrs." Don Falkenburg of the Monday. i
Our -local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and Bible Meditation League with Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Durban and

services not otherwise available. Headquarters" in Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Moore are testing the hearing
of the school children this week.
Falkenburg brought an Interesting
I' Mrs. Jewell Royal of Tampa
Testimonial of the accomplishments i
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and of the work of the was visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred

accept ANY life instance policy In force issued by ANY B. M. L. over a period of years. Moore, during the week. ,
Mrs. Hill and Mr." Junior
company, as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Founded by a Banker, .with Missionary Rape, I
High Teachers, took their studentsto
zeal the
Consultation carries no obligation. literature representing -
Bible studies has been Starke last Monday to see 'L r
"The Three Musketeer., Mrs. ,
printed in English and many hr F
foreign languages and Is furnished! Troy Bennett furnished transportation
free for distribution where ever for the trip.
i Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill and G.
requested. Mrs. .
Falkenburg con. w .,.1 ,
tributed two beautiful solos with 'I H. Pearce wore guests of the
her own accompaniment.Fred Hallle Jones family I in. St. Augus-

B. Cowell, chalk artist, of' tine last Sunday.
Ctilpepper Va. Is Mrs. H. B. Arwood Is
a guest In the 1 t1141tIta0
Fhophet's Room this week and Is visiting her son. George, and family .

ministering to the schools throughout In Miami this .week.
the Country; making his Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore at-
Chalk-Talks to the pleasure and tended the funeral of J. B. SappIn

profit of the school children. Starke Sunday afternoon. KITCHEN BATH BEOROOM
Buster Browning of Gainesvillewas S I fewer u.N' Isla'
a recent guest of his parents,
Christian r'4.I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Browning. +
J. B. Dixon. Pastor

Sunday 11 a.m.-Subject, "00- U-- ..
lag On-Toward the Goal".* 7:30: PHONE 218 25 A MONTH '

ar p.m.-"The Church Christ Built". )
10 a.m.-Bible School. Classes) for COLO NIALFLORIST ,"..
e" r all ages. LIVING ROOM BEDROOM.
Wednesday 7:30: pmPrayer TV Js ti&. .MtlM "Gulf........" ly,l'c.1 l ef *. meny. ...e4.l e f the new hemessww sic' a N'.' u' i if

Meeting. ..i.. *.,l.r4 .. C.*.. ..*... This. I. ..' ,sl'..... .. ...M..t wh.t yes c.. 1.

A PICTURE OF HEALTHA Friday; 3:30: p.m.Children's I .*. web this' fc...e-THIS IS AN ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THI WAY THWi --
Hour. 7:30: p.m. Young People'sC. HOMIS AM / INO MADE FOR YOur

Y. F. The .....ie, .f "Th. QM.t....." ,Is .e...,l.*.J right *' w. t. a fresh cwt el pei.t.. Suggested Floor Plan
picture of health today means the glowof A. hearty welcome awaits you. Sh.."." f.,the l,..l wi..... cad ..ese ... p..*.< In ch.lc! .f c.!.". The I.......rb
beauty tomorrow. Encourage your -J. B. Dixon Pastor 1 .lift yes t. as yes .!-. Ws will lambh a J Many Other Models I II
milk. gives
children to drink more with J.h ..... llel ........ NOT., THISI HAVI SUN MM1CATIO fROM 1,
them protein for muscle vitamins for Singing. Convention ,I SELECTED GOVIRNMINT iUltDINfiS WHICH WI" CONSTUCTI TO MIlT ..7h. SMa4er.'. Th. s..Qu_" $875

health and growthand calcium, for strong:, FLOWERSFOR RIGID GOVIRNMINT STANDARDS OP ....WA. SEASONED LUMilRfTh 20.11 It ,. 295 21.21ft .. + .
lovely teeth. GUSTAFSON'S milk Is the The Bradford County Singing Gnlhtfe, ..M ... .. ...e4 .htoct t* ...cwl.l. *lfe. to flefUs. 's* thaw >,.<.. Th.. l*...W $495 "n. Th.Tr.4.SIQQC.
radient health. Call Convention will meet at the HeU- ALL OCCASIONS ... .." ....\ ..4 .l.f .
perfect food for building ... ....lhle. t. ibis. type .. _'.* Th. GIlIf.l .... .. .. be 21.20 ft ... "
and well deliver health to your door daily! bronn Springs Baptist Church on ......c... *..... When this, nieHieJ Is used, mils .'s .,.../"..* ..' reefs .". flee" Th. Ch.IU...'" $675 The flMM., :1725
Sunday Feb. 2O. at 2 p.m. The DISH GARDENS 2J.27 It ... .._ 2544 ftOs .....
COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL- public !. cordially Invited to be are ._"'...., .,_......4 f. ..4'iie1 .... .. 90. IS" JUILD'HGIFRIDAY '

TELEPHONE LECT GREEN FOR DELIVERY. present and worship God in songs. POTTERY .. Me.dev Thresh. Murrey" B ..*.. U 5 ...... CIeM4 I.....'. PLUS "AS

-0. E.. Cutshaw. Pastor.


lOtfc St. .... Temple Ave.

PHONE 2312 Sunday School:.' a. m.; Morn P O. BOX ,
Green Cove Springs. Florida ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Nona St Starke CAMP BtANDING

SERVING STARKE DAILY Service 7:00 p. m. KvtryonewdoonM.



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PAGF. F.IfiriT FKIOAT. FKBRfARY: 18, 1949


Administration Ira a A Little Extra Care May Save Dollars The tests are continuing and fur I March 14 1949! In the above numo.t
Many Vets the report. "Thin I I ther Improvements and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
facing Tax Hints savings aecka divorce Xradford
On Your Current Given Count v
To Buy Farms, often overlooked. It can be In fuel are anticipated. Telegraph shall publlnh: tills Order
In next four weekly iMaueii,
FHA Report Shows pletely realized by A little extra care In makingout $60,000 taxable Income, the joint- IV ('UK. 'i IT niiiT.I nil \.>POHI> Witness my hand. and official veal
limited farming facilities of your Income tax returna may return savings are more than $6- ('''! >. .'\, Kl.Oltllltl llilt*.- at Htarke. Florida, this February 4,
rural families." C 10:It t". 1949.
About 41 percent of the 81000. nave you several extra dollars. 000. Carolyn Monfyham Plaintiff vs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) :J. Thomas.
OOO loaned by the Farmers .Home The report said that You will .want to get full benefit Cattlemen Warned METHODS TO CONTROL Henry Matthew Monoylmm: I) Aa Clerk I of saId our1.
fvnilitnt. Cane Haven It.
Begin After $2,000 No. 7139.IltLiIct By Crosby C.
Administration, U. S. Departmentof working; capital and better of the new tax cuts. Many TOBACCO APHIDS ARE ( OK.. PlTBI-fr-ATIOPf: Robert H. Duncan 1017 Lynch BUn.

Agriculture during: the yearwe7t Ing methods are two of married couples will want especially For persons making out long To Be On Watch OUTLINED BY TISSOT A.VI: NOTK'B\ TO AfPKAK Jackionvlllv. Flu.Atty. .
Form 1040 split-Income savings STATE!] OP FIvOltlDA to: Henry for I'lf. 1-11 4t 3.4
to returned servicemen to needs of low-Income farmers to take advantage of the split- For Fever Ticks Matthew 1I..n..yh.u.. whose rni-I _
boy or equip farms It was pointed Income method of figuring their begin after taxable income exceeds Gainesville Fla.-Florida bright ..lent-.. and addrvsB. lust known, In iv riHcri-r Coin?. DR.\U..UtI.
output Is limited. 2000. 173 South COI'NTY' ''' FLOHIUtl IV ClIe.
at. .
leaf tobacco can control College Akron Ohio.
ont In the agency's annual report tax. To do so they must make growers CKHV.
Cattlemen who have You .
suspicion .r. requited
who any to appear on
farmers Remember to list all
Only those your ex aphids by practicing clean cultivation Alberta W. (
March Plaintiff
for 1048 released today. Veteran returna. tint IA4D In the above named vs.
able to borrow from banks joint emptions. You get J600, exemptions that. their cattle are harboring in and around their plant I Court and rails, whorein. plain Charles. Chllilera, Defendant. Case
who are becoming estabItened In only a very few cases Is It Texas lever ticks will be I tiff euU.. divorce. Bradford County No. 7124.
or cooperative each for yourself, wife beds
er private your and in their
dusting plants
In agriculture made upaIIout cheaper tax-wlae to make a separate themselves and their neigh- Telegraph hull publish I this Ureter ORDER OP PUBLICATION
sources are eligible for and your dependents. A dependent doing with one bf three new Insecticides III iittxl, four weekly Issues. AND NOTICE\ TO APPEAR
a quarter of the 320,000 from the Farmers Home return. I Is a.. close relative for whom bore a favor by reporting to the that have been found' effective Wit n..__ my hand and official .Real STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charlo
rarmers participating In the pro- If one membcr of a married I Florida Livestock Sanitary Board. at Clarke, Florida thin 17th of Feb (Chlldera whoa residence la un.
tration. you provided more than half support against the pests, according to mary, l UB.IOFIo'ICIAL. known.
JFaIII- for credit couple (usually the husband) had In 1948. That's what Dr. J. V. Knapp Dr. N. ( SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas, You are required to appear on
Supervised credit has proved Application income In 1948. It always I. cheaper A. Tlssot State Experi- AM (Clerk of Maid Court. March 14. 1D49, In the above named.
over the 1947 totals but There Is a new additional $600 Florlda'D state veterinarian said ment Station entomologist.As Hy HitVRii CniHliy 11. C. court: and cause wherein plaintiff
.H) suited to the needs of manyyoong or as cheap for them to makea Jnhn J. I eeka ,
w because of exemption for taxpayers .who are at a board meeting in Tampa Hendernun ICeg., divorce! and restoration of
veterans and their wives loans were joint return. weeds and cabbage collards Hi. AuvUMtlne.. Florida., maiden name. Bradford County
er appropriations. There 65 or older also an additional recently. He pointed out that the and turnips often harbor aphids Ally. lor nt. S-li 4t 3-11 Tel ..r..ph shell publish this Order
financial assets and farm :If you are a two-Income couple __
wtKHte $600 exemption if the taxpayer'swife Volusla County Infestation might In next four weekly 'Uauea.Wltnemmy .
117,885 farm-operating that migrate to tobacco the I* rmri IT rot .
management experience are limit- and file your return on Form may HT. nn vnrnnit hand ana nfflcfal seal
004 direct farm-ownership is n. have been much less serious if Station COtvrtV' II'LOI&IU11: i'llt'Vnillle at stark, .Florida thin February 9.
ed but who desire to become succmnful 10-IO-A make out a joint return. entomologist C uisv.: 1949. ,
water-facilities loans The additional exemption U allowed cattle owners In that area had Inspected -
and 884
When file Form 1040-A the recommends pulling or hoeing Jean Kendrlck fircone, t'liilnllff. OFFICIAL
I operators of family-type you ( SISAL) A. :3. Thomas,
during the 12 months even if taxpayers or their their cattle and reportedthe such plants that come In ".. Wray Kamliill preene, l>e- Aa Cleik of laid oourt.Hy .
collector tax botha may up
i j'i farmi the report stated. Veterana figures your on fonilunt. ('see No 7140imriEil
The number of wives became 63 on December heavy Infestation of ticks to Haven Croaby, I>. C.
: mxlve preferance for all loana. 1918. joint and separate! return basis or around the plant bed. Chemical op pi' iicATio:>f Charles. H. Hess, 2H-05' Guaranty
ilies off loans In the 31, 1948. Likewise a taxpayer can the board earlier. AM NOTICE! TO AfPKAIt
paying Life
weed-killers not suitable for Bldg. "lIIe. Fla.
Special loans were made to 141 and applies the smaller tax. are STATR! 'ffrOk.On
to Wray
benefit from joint-return savingseven Alt) for 1-11 4t S-4
totaled "There are different kinds
divabicd veterans who bought period 146000. If you are a two-Income couple many destroying such plants as they Iliindttll Orttene whoMe resUlenio _
if his marriage didn't take of ticks most of them harmless. also .and address taut known In Churlea- IV: CIRfl'IT COl ItT. BRAItFOIIIt
A new mortgage might damage tobacco in the
and make return on the
suited to their abilities.
farms : .your to, Hcmth' Carolina.
place until December 31. 1918. Florida 'OI'N'ry! FLOHIUtl IV llltNKHV. .
out gram put Into effect In table on Page 4 of the form which'.hol't Infesting cattle Knapp plant bed. You are rvitulred to appear on <' .
The annual report pointed 1 1947 aided 352 farmers Form 1040 find the tax There Is another additional $600 pointed out. "It takes an expertto In March. lint 114'l! in the above' named Audrey R d"lI. Plaintiff v*. Kenneth
applying the Insecticides-I
that 'many farmers are still earnIng exemption for a blind taxpayeror Court and vausc wherein plain Hadell Defendant. C.... No
Identify the fever tick. We
states to buy enlarge or tiff seeks divor '.. .
is smaller-the combined tax on percent parathion 1.5 cent Bradford County 8888.
low Incomes. Despite the relatively per
the blind wife of a taxpayer.You TflfurupliHhall
farms. Banks and other urge every cattleman who thinks publlnh thin Order ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
high' prices and good yleldbat two separate returN or the single don't have to be totally blind.If gamma Isomer benzene hexachlor- In next four weekly I."U..M.
there to oC fever NOTICE TO'API'EAIt
lenders advanced $ tax on joint return. any ide .66 \Vltne mv hnnd and official. neal I
the a or per cent tetraethyl !TATE OP. FLORIDA
recent to: Kenneth
years gross partially blind attach to your ticks being on his cattle to report at Htarkn, Florida, thin 17th of Feb.
these loans, and tile F. ._. Radell. whose residence I la IlamllnAvenue
I/ two-Income couple pyrophosphate
you are a special care shouldbe .
nation'sfarms 1 t49.OFFICIAl.
from half the ruary.
income: return a statement by a qualified .
; New
the fact to our office In Cuurtla-nd York.
Is less than $1000 a year. guaranteed the and make your return on long physician or registered optometrist Tallahassee." exercised to get full coverage A.( ("l.rk of; fcEAt.Maid. Court) A., J. Thomas. You .are required to appear on

"A large part of our farm population The agency said Its field Form 1040 the joint return Is that: of plants, as the materials kill lly llnven Croxuy 1>. o. March 14 194.. In the above named
", Court and wherein
has not shared to a very reported gains in crop cheaper or as cheap as the separate 1. Central vision acuity does not The Volusia Infestation was discovered the aphids by contact. About halfa tine John Florida J. Henderaon, Kmi, St. Aua-ua- Seeks divorce.oauae Bradford plaintiff County

crroxt extent In the Nation's pro- tion new sources of Income return except In some very exceed twenty-two hundredths In only last October. Modern pound of dust is required for a Ally fur fir. ,_ ,2-n 41 3-11 Telegraph In next four shall weekly publleh laeueH.Wltneaa this. Order

spread adoption of modem unusual cases. transportation methods had hundred-yard bed and it be .
parity. wrote Dlllard B. Laeseter : the better with correcting may my hand and official seal
eye :
tices on borrowers' farms. 1 resulted In shipments from the applied by rotary or hand duster. !. Clrrolt Conrt. Bradford, ('ou.-;', at Starke.. Florida, thla February
Capital Losses. : lenses or- Infested area to Florida :;; irldLu: In fhamwrr. 10 lU9.J
of the many Dr. Tissot recommends : ;
great majority : .1
dusting e Han-Inn.
I 2. That the widest diameter of Plaintiff vs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :J. Thomas
W.C.T.U. have built up their Among these are certain (but counties and to other states as the plants as soon as aphids are Henry N. 1'arrlah, .Defendant. Case Aa Clerk of said Court. .
not all) cases where the taxpayerhad the visual field subtends an angleno well. No. 7118.( hy Haven Crosby D. C.
worked discovered
flocks, out I losses business greater than 20 degrees. and weekly thereafter Order vf Publication. sad Notice Zaeh, H. DoufflaH. ftOft-507 Lynch:
NOt.'RISII-1 I tion p gram.. Improved capital or "Result U that we now have until they are moved to the field.If *0 Appear' Hid-, ., Jackionvllle,. Fla.
losses In 1948. Also the tax Is State of Florida., to: N.
Tt GET AS MUCH stated. '" Henry Atly. for Pit, 2-11 4t 3-4
homes the report Not for DependentsAdditional quarantined premises In 29 counties no aphids are found one application residence l is: 8ug _
'.-.cNT" AS IS CONTAINED) IN wives who lower with separate returns In I Divi r.h/.llr'I: / Columbia: 8. THB"CIRCI
ers and their exemptions for age' as far from Volusla as Jackson should be made three weeks O.i IV IT COITHT OP
ONE LOAF OF BREAD IT some cases because of the limitations You are required to appear on K I. 0 It II)t. KK1IITII JllllCltl.CIHCI .
could not afford, to enter or blindness do not apply to de- in western Florida Nassau In before the plants are pulled and Mnrrh 21, 1D41) In the above named 'IT. IV" axis FOR BHMI.
WOULD BE'' NECESSARY TO deductions for contributions I .
community affair. are on pendents.If northeastern Florida Sarasotaand another one week before they are Court. and ...u"e., wherein plaintiff Foal COll'VTV. IV rilAVCKH"

mttNK SEVENTY-FIVE GAL- active In church groups and on deduction for medi- your general deductions Broward In southern Florida." pulled. Dusting In the plant bed I I ne TeloBrnph ka divorce.hall puhllnh Bradford thla County Order. 8WANSON.IN HKl' ADOPTION. OF, HAZEl.

U01MS' OF BEER.- farm organizations and cal expenses. amount to substantially more than Knapp said."We've Is to have the plants as nearly In next four weekly iMHuen. NOTICE TO APPEAR
.(nU>M SflENTIFIC EDUCATION If you and your wife have separate Wltneim mv hand and official Heal,
a leading port in 10 per cent of yourtnrome, you found ticks already In aphid-free as possible when trans at M'Rrke.O'iorida., this February FLORIDA
IN TIlE PUBLICZ4CU00LSc' Incomes and large allowable TO: George Swanson and Maliel
12. 1 1949.OFFICIAL>> .
activities. Children are will save money by Itemizing Luke OHcola-, Brevard and Put- planted in the field. Leach Swanson Hotel. niatr apartment .
) school with chances for deductions for contributions and them. nam counties! and find As soon as plants become well flerte) of Bald J. ThonianA 107, 717: West MadIson Street,
we Couit.
special training." for medical expenses, better check Among general deductions are them In any of ,the may other 24 established in the field the entomologist Pv If. (Hav I. ..,n C'ronby I). r. C'hlcnnn' Illlnoln.WHBKKAD..' It appears' In that cer
Hrown Hturke, Florid
I the situation with a collector of 'Attr. tallc..u... .
now pending in the circuit
most taxes and Interest paid by counties aa our Inspections progress says, it Is advisable to for rif. 2-JS 4t 3-il
L. court of the eighth Judicial circuit
revenue or other qualified tax ..___
you. losses from fire storm rand ," Knapp pointed out. dust them again keep close checkon In Circuit (Court llradford Count,. of Florida. In and for Hradford" ,

Every Branch of authority. theft and medical expenses' in them afterward and dust again Klorhlai, t In ( """,'.r,.. County In .chancery wherein \Burke
: Joint return savings for personsIn hoover I.-. '! _. Inntan Elllnwtnn and Freddie
and D'ckn.
as often Plaintiff. v
of five NEW CORN VARIETY as necessary of Strickland Klllnicton, his wife
excess per cent of your Hhlrlov K. Dlcka, Defendant Case pray
low Income brackets amountto
INSURANCEH. Income. BECOMING: : PO(>l'LAU aphids are found after the first No. 7134. for the adoption of Hazel IIw..n.on.Ihl&l ,
: little or nothing at all. but are .. the Maid Hasel Swanson la the
field dusting. If the finds Order >>( Puhllmllon and !> tlr
ON f'URID'AI "IS grower minor child of the said GeorgeSwanson
substantial! for persons In the If your deductions amount to only a few small infestations t<. Appear and Mabel Leach Swan,,,,,
on State of Florida to Shine, K.
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less than 10 cent of your.'ln- and I the of residence and
that olace
I middle-Income and large per Dlckx
group Gainesville Fla.-More than whose residence and aIdrepmIc
plants In the field he may resortto of
the podtofflce address the anldeorae $
& for those with high incomes. come, don't itemize them. .You 5,000 acres of Dixie 18 field corn "spot" duetingeafter the first You unknown: <} Swannon and Mabel\ LeachHwanHon .

The tax table on Form 1010 will save tax money by takingthe will be March 21 are, !required' to Appear on ,la, Hotel Blair Apartment
planted In Florida this application but if he finds numerous 1M'I In the above named .
H. C WALL AGENCY 107, 737 Went Madlnon Street Chi-
which determines the tax for 10 per cent allowance pro.vided Court and (calico wherein plaintiff .
per- year according to Dr. Fred H. Infestations and particularly seeks dlvori'H. Bradford cage Illlnola and that there Is no
sons who make out Form 1040-A for In all three forms of Hull head of the State Agricultural If he find! winged aphids he Tn..I IlrBn"rh, public) this Ordel". ;', Florida person. or the persons service. In of the a summons State of
PLEASE PHONE 146 and the short Form 1040 shows returns.If next weekly Untiex. |
Experiment Station agrono- should dust the entire field tak- WltneuM my hand. and official In chancery upon whom would bind

that split-Income savings for a you make out your return on my department.Were ing pains to get dust on all plant coal at Starke, Florida thin I'" the Leach said Swanson Oeorve Swanson you are and therefore Mabel.

-. Service Over 50 Years married couple with two exemptions long Form 1040 there Is a placeon it not for limited seed surfaces. arv(OFII'I 14, IAL 1949.SKAT) A. J. Thomtt'ru-I| ordered to appear. In said catine. on

don't begin until Income Page 3 under tax computationto would From 10 to 15 of dust An Clerk of Raid Court. or before the 14th day of March.. .
supplies farmerj plant at pounds A. I)., 1949. otherwise the ."-
Hy Haven ('tonI",, I>. C.
reaches $3.600.< > figure a new method of reducing tlons of said petitioners will be
-- least 10,000 acres of this new per acre l is sufficient! for the first H. (l. /Htarke: Florida, Atty. .
If you have $1,000 taxable Income your tax. Be sure to do yellow hybrid which has provedto field application. but 25 to 30 for Tlf..rown. 3-13 4t 3-11 taken Is aa further confesied.It ordered that this.

(Income after credit Is tak- that figuring carefully a v e be consistently heavier pounds will be required for full order he published once each week
;, ICLASSIFIEDp'n en for and deduc- I check it pro- IV nan IT (051' nil \DFOHnCOIxrv for four (4) consecutive weeks In
exemptions someone will
HO you ducer than common varieties of coverage when the plants are approaching : : FLOHIUtl 1%' tlllM- the Bradford County Teleirranh, a
tions) the joint-return savings get the full benefit of the allow- CK.HV.Ellaabeth. newnpnper of general circulation
-- -------- corn during the two maturity.
past years.In Williamson Hick. Plaintiff in Bradford County, Flor- .
8ALTC: Roistered' HrohrnerItvll rot KRNTl, Nicely tUI amount to $59.20.( If you have able reduction. Experiment Station plantings.Dr. ,,_. Walter. Hlcka Defendant. I published'
yearling with paper Me* hedrooni cottage with bath. ---- KEEPING FERTILE CtteeNn.11l 9. Dated at Burke Florida thin 3rd
Maurice' Kdwarila' Jr., aturke. tf Duo-Therm heater. I. 1 Hull reported It produced 40 SOIL OUDEK OP.. PUBLICATION day. of February AlM .
1 I Chuinuur of Cuiniiierce.b Tough Taxing Decision Facing Gov. Warren percent more grain than common ON TOP IMPORTANT IN AND NOTICK TO APPEAR A. 3. TIl.MAft.
KBTWINU MACH1NM' HEPA1HH: our varieties and 2O than PASTURE PREPARATION I STATIC OF Fl/lRIDA to: Walter" SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court.A. .
', truck. will call. for and, deliver In percent more Hicks, whose residence la unknown. Z. Adklns, Jr., Attorney for Petitioners. -
,..,. Klark Wednesday of each week. AHAItTMfeiMT 1"01ItFoN'l', And His Cabinet As Money Demands MountThe the white hybrid Florida W-l. You are required to appear on 2-11 4t 3-4

,. Jill kind or sewlns machine. resVAtrM. nicely furnished apt for Gainesville F'la.-Don't plow under ._, .... ._ - ,
.; work iruurunteed to yule entrance private ball Dixie 18 is the result of 0'
our cooper ,, or bulldoze
1 etatlfufy. f>rBp"," u line or call. trio Ice box., (Oas. fur hot time Is nearing when Fuller increase ative research under your fertile I
.: 11I7XR. The Hewlna; Uhup 23t W. heating A cooklnir. ..- Warren must make the biggest One state financial official feels by experiment stations top soil when preparing a Ii i
Madison at. it P'I of the Southeastern states
Main /Ht.: Oalnesvllle. 4t pasture.
-pi decision of his short administration that the very minimum the legislature -

you HA UK: A division of land luivl INSURANCE! writ all as governor of Florida.He should raise from new or (including Florida which devel- That Is the suggestion; of Dr. ;
sr on It biilldlnir, luta on and fire, automobile liability oped two of the four parent Inbred Nathan Gammon soil chemist
choose between taxes
must higher
hltrnway. In. life. Sea me for your ex Is $3 .000JlOO) an
;1 near new Blandtna
_m* property of a 3-room .and C.tnfl7I needs.. N. D Walnwrlirht pansion of services for a rapidly nually. The official who refusedto. lines) and the U. S. Department the University of Florida AgricUltural ePA
W. Cal: St., I'hon. 154. of
.t nluely furnished coltHffe.Jflejcloaed Agriculture. Dr. WayneH. Experiment Station. He
and yards. Ooodwll growing state and the taxpayers'already be quoted pointed out that says
d"n\ I Freeman of the Georgia Coastal practically all the fertility of
khudv In sum heavily-dented pocket- every department has more than
...... Timber and pulpwood, to' MATTRESSESOF Plains Experiment Station developed many sandy lands Is contained In .
Mtrtly' pay for It, and about 00avrrea ALL KINDS book.Warren justified Its demands for higher Dixie 18.
the top three Inche. of soil. CZ- AID
fine paature. partly I RENOVATEDFURNITURE and his cabinet! sitting appropriations. .
Near Stark. All for f..nced'i Dr. Hull expressed the Deep plowing disking, bulldoz.
Terms to responsible .,...ple. a budget commission faced Warren has not yet Indicated opinion ..
Dos 306 Starke this tough problem again as they officially what sources he thinkscan that much of Florida's corn acre- ing, stump pulling burning fenc-

"I resumed work on money requests be tapped for new taxes but age will be planted to Dixie 18 Ing and other operations In prep TO BETTER GRADES t tI

.j!( state agencies that far he apparently Is considering new within the next few years. and he aration for an Improved pastureon I

I. has estimated that when It a virgin area usually
the Income Florida can or higher levies on public utilities re- precede

Save $1 expect from present taxes for the banks, railroads Intangibles anda place. three-fourths of the state's fertilization and seeding. Often AND BRIGHTER FUTURES t
the soil I.
two years. severance tax on lumber and corn acreage the value of the distributed to a considerable -

I When the officials began work minerals. Florida crop ;will be raised at extent in doing the preliminary .. .

t BRING YOURSTARSSi REUPHOLSTERED the proposed budgets several eec least $1,000,000 a year. .work. Deep plowing or I

AND RRFINISHED' : I ago agency requests ex The oommlwlon' already\ hcui. approved Until adequate supplies of Dixie: disking may reduce native fertility -

Drop Ua A Card anticipated revenues by a $15,000,000, boost In the 18 seed can be produced the even more.

HASTINGS MATTRESS ( nearly 100000000. So far. the state's contribution to public agronomist explained other varieties Dr. Gammon says the dark surface -

E' Box 230 1"IIIatka, Fiji.ron .have managed to reduce ; schools a $17,000,000 Increase in must be used. He' recom- layer contains almost all the

hl requested Increase only some:I welfare funds and a $1,275,000 mended Fla. W-l W-2. Funk O- organic matter calcium potas-

?'' Blending SAl.K:highway Bid*. 1H lois ml.on In operating expenses Increase for the health department 737. La. 2909 Wood S-360 Watson slum, magnesium is in the soil.and phosphorousthere
Call st. brldto.I Writ P.O. $710.000 in the budget for among others. 213 and Wood S-240 In that organic

y BEDDING CO.And _SOI. Starke. building projects.And It has yrt to take action on order, and pointed out that either Inca matter Its I I.slow especially important

FOR HALF): Concrete flower they already have tenta- huge increases asked by Florida florldent Yellow or Florldent I decomposition releases -
far churab__. gardens universities the nitrogen to the plant roots
A : approved more than .half and the multi-million White two best common varieties -
*m. Barcaln and enables the soil
l Htarke. FU.1 .IQk' 4t lengthy budgets. dollar building demands of mostof In the state may be plantedof to retain and
Save use fertilizers which
$1.00 commission seed of those are applied.
This annut the the state's Institutions and varieties are not

'On Price OfRenovating FOR roil HF.NT* bath.eablna Nicely each turn. probably' will be forced to gorack I agencies.The available. Where damage by weevils If this top three-Inch layer of
soil I I. burled
Starke.ring 1-1.Plnohurst Located Tourist H mi. ovet part of the) budgets and original budget, before any and other Insects has proven deeply by either
I. plowing bulldozing
further reductions before cuts were made added ,up to unusually heavy In the past CU- or other meth
od. Dr. Gammon
"Will the taking overall expense account la sent more than ZVt,000OOO.. including ban Yellow Flint or Havana Flint says its value Is
r person largely lost. It
: wreck on Koute 81)0 the legislator in April. funds for proposed new construction. probably will do best. must be where
VOH BALK CRAP! : 1 Franklin mately 5 ml. N of Htarke. the roots of the young grass
: _aUa-drart wood heater; I4&r Feb. It, In which Mm. Van Between now and then. Warren In planting field corn on land can get to it tf It Is to
.. eoal-bornlnir circulating A, A. O Dempsey, Jr.. were decide now much money he'eels State Budget Director Homer not heavily fertilized the year be- serve its
Icr. Both I.ood condition. purpose.
Injured please contact [
iRnulford he can persuade the leglsature Graham has estimated that present fore and which r
County Telecrooh.' It on no cover
or ''? crop "Even if the
: notifythUpfflr-!! topsoil doesn't
wash I _ _
taxes will raise
to provide In new or higher only about$145,000,0l will be turned under the agronomist :
t-non.r HOITSK FOR SA.L.K "' away or blow away it can be
? to flnanc the remaining In the next two
years. recommended application of
SELL YOUR TIMBER cold water with shower _._ lost simply by burying It too
'. --------
( .nt.r 81. Call. at house -
t NOW From 200 to 400 pounds of 8-8-0.1 Dr.
nrlffls. or old, Mallury : Gammon says.
.Highest Cash, Prices Paid Fllllnic Htatlon.' 3tp TUB AZALEA J,Informed Mm. 5-7-3 or 4-8-4 per acre In the .

t MUTICH TO) ) ".:" ,\ \ TO FLORIDA "Box them up and send them to drill row a week before plantingand NEW TOBACCO CURING

'WIL"L 'BUY IN BULK Certain death to ticks fleas. me." Dr. Hume replied. That was a side dressing of 100 to 300 BARN IS SAVING FUEL

OR IN UNIT -" you can ttnd a full line! of HIM (By Paulette Blank. University of the beginning of his azalea hobby pounds of nitrate of soda or Its : :
tkvr Pet fmrrttrm. the I :
preparations. made at .1.. Publicity: Staff writer) whtcfi has continued to the present Equivalent 40 days after planting.It Notable fuel saving In the cur- .

, EDwIri W. PECKOr I Need And Fe.d Cosjipaar.4tp.. The story of how Azalea came day. lupine or some other legume ing of bright leaf tobacco are

precedes corn. he said, 200 to 400 possible as the result of recent
John W. Turner Florida 40 years ago is a story' Starting the task of propagating ; -
FOR RENT: 4-rm. house with pounds of 0-10-10 or 0-14-10( Is research In which plant scientists '
P. O. Box 4<3 norches. llwhts water. a man who likes to do things and fInding species. Dr. Hume III ERE

Gainesville I FU. The Little 'Htor. I ml. out cant be dorasx was ted to the Tea Gardens In suitable for the initial fertiliza I and agricultural engineer of the I V no hspp'Mf way showing row tppMciatton

Planning Highway' At one time the colorful andprofuse Summervllle, South Carolina Uon. On land fertilized accordingto : U. S. Department of Agriculturehave for scholastic goaU attained than the gilt ofiwriMile Ktmiag-

&.d .e a postcard and I I FOR BALE: a food strong azalea was rarely found where Dr. Cherty U. Shepherd those recommendations. six: Jto I cooperated with the North Ms Poftabte Typewriter. Ie' bound n be a pac aid a twitmuiftc -
chair will trade for arooil Carolina
or 10 and
square feet should be allowed Georgia agricultural,
win come see 7-'". a-way bed. Mrs. Kinney Florida, and only in 1908 when hail brought together large collection for 'experiment scholastic or collegiate career for ten* pee" each Instead of the 12 stations.
plant to Also tobacco
Cherry St. the
t H. Harold H me, provost for.grlculture moat part of which 13 'cured In the ttodenct .wiac a typewrite get higher IrasJet ia m* feet
allowed more efficient
.. square on type.
... was Imported from Europe.
.. ViVmatlon about WHITT CROSSHO0PITALIZATION PICRIIANOINI by ".. From approximately 29 oriental unfertilised land. of barn and with closer controlof

. I, .written by 70-yr.-old PLAN Banker's under Pasture.rates. Call Kxpert tlW work or 111. r.lip ; '. of of Florida.Agriculture brought at the them Univer-Into evergreen species and 20 types Improved furnaces and other The New 1949 REMINGTON f.

Ufe Casualty Co.. your" local native to the United States, which slbttlty of azalea growth in the equipment has been uniformly of
w.pr.uent.tIv. will be fflad to ..e.y FOR 8AL.K: Apt. ss. AU ela state were then seen in better quality than tobacco from
without obllcatlon. Mrs, Kxrellunt cond. Keasonablo.. as a /garden shrub south lose their !leaves in the winter. south portion of the state Dr. I
Wo. 8. Walnwrlirht 1St West' cis Meng Dox 41A. .. the Charleston. South Carolina literally hundreds of variations Hume explained that It la doubt the common types of barn In general PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
.g.3I Street Btarke. Fla.. Phone
use the Bureau of
says Plant
.*.. 111411P1R LOST: bunch n< k.". with .. have been developed by breedingand ful they would thrive because of 1
cense tag Identification. seedlings.In the warmer climate and the Industry, Soils, and Agricultural
8ALR:: Mar. mule, works. tached. Please leave at I Aa It has turned out, they liked Engineering.! '% b n loroetf auhe !a two MMM of eye-tooAJat "., I*
..... anywhere. 1-Boy Dlzlea, I County Telegraph office It his two books, "Azaleas- amount of lime In the soil there.
sandy acid soil and the temperature Five fuel hat the ,euatioaaj Fiajerwt Geared Trpebac
eVMsbte or single stock. Also Camellias'* and Azaleas, Kinds and Thus,, the Azalea, formerly a *-wood, bituminous new Keys;
eMk..r plow. Coal I Planter, new.fkseUlea of north and central and anthracite coal propane gas Mechanism and all he other exclusive and Plus Value.. hmtnt
Culture Dr. Hume native of China and baa
pump, piping, and otherawtlales. FOR RENT very reasonable firsthand Japan
I visit I Dock Crow's place, (bedroom, llvlnvroom IB. I Florida and decided to stay.: growing advice to azalea found a new home In Florida's and oil-.have been under test. In that di in&uiih Remington Portable TrptwrUera.You graduate II ,

' :JLaeiit Brldce. R. H. Thom. pvt. hath screen porch o On considering the possibility of an Improved barn 564 pounds of wUl be delighted '
lip 1.ATTRACTIVE 4JI W. Madlaon., or see ; lovers. sandy soli. Its brilliant hue of too. ..,-
Jackson Introducing azaleas Into the state Requirements for successful cultivation lavender. orange pink white salmon bituminous coal was enough fora with the new Deluxe carry ,
) FURNISHED A un- Dr. Hume was told that It could cure compared with 2,404 "V55
nitabed apt. Close In. D..I.Ie. .- Foil SALK': circulating are simple Hume says: and variegated shade are now ;lag case that open up into a -tc .
All eonvenloncea. winter not be done. That decided It: and pound In a barn operated under M% J..W-,
Apply good condition. Olrl'a Essentials are good drainage\ acid generously sprinkled in spring perfectly flat table for typing ....... .
CIaIoMIItU Inn. 101 W. Madison If like new ss. 1], extra alp Dr. Hume who loves the usual methods.
llninr Contact Billy I : a challenge soil containing organic matter garden throughout the North convenience. *f%. I"sisds"- C 'iiL_*,
;,' _.Jft BALE: 1.000 atalka No. IU 1\(.... T. W. Attaway started to work. plenty of water and protection and Central areas. In a neat barn at Oxford, N. C., .
,, can lo pr stalk at flied St., Stark.
...-....fa.. 4 ft. P. C. hodges, Shortly after the Easter seasonof against Insects. By taking cuttingsIn The noted oramental has become fuel oU consumption was less than

/, C Ia& .. Irox ... IItark.. Fla.. lip <-iTIBNTr < FOR excellent HAI.K!for: 11.peed ft. V-bottom A 1908 he visited a florist In July and August and setting one of the most popularand 9 gallon per 100 sticks, comparedwith Bradford County TelegraphSTARKE

slightly aced IV, H. P. Jacksonville and found some azal them In the sand with good drain- prolific garden and florist a general estimate of more

; .. ..,. t-rm. tinus near the motor. New trailer to mal-h. odds and ends left over from age and abundant watering, they shrub In Florida, all because of than 22 gallon per 100 stick In
t S arinra' Market. Inquire at 111is. fit worth '450. Will sell for FLORIDA
the 2,000 barns In the stateIn ,
\ Cherry 8t.. Stark. Kla., R. A. See M. D. I the season's trade. "They will be will root. a man who likes to do thing nearly

C: ,.....om. lip ml. out on k't\:; :; i: :t;I of little use to you" the florist ., When quesUoned about the pos- that can't be done. .. which: oil was used for fuel. I


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