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 25, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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It Was Bananas! -

I Countu Publication f'stabllshed In 1871 .

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l'OLUSIE SEM5NTY! !: N'VAItKF. "'URIU.'u .. ', -nuu\'Rv--i: .U9 MJMHKIl: TIIIRTY-TWO :

;, ;i Bradford Sets Precedent In Being First I Only One-Third Mother And Daughter Reunited In Starke I Berries Recover

I To Have County-Wide Hearing Test By P-TA After Separation Of Twenty-Eight Years ...

<.. A program designed to test, bv. r Have Mrs James New of Atlanta On., Ing her who or where her mother From Wet Spell

.. 1i scientific means, the hearing of W. Hicks. Applied SO, finally tracked down Sunday, wna. Finally after his second ; :

all school children In Bradford Brooker Mrs. Hugh B. Crosby, her mother, now Mrs John Mllll- heart attack two weeks ago he

, County, is being successfully car- Mrs. L. A. Mott Mrs. VKJCO gnn, who her father whisked her let It slip that the Bullards, Mrs. Cuke Seed SoldBradford
,. ried out at the present time. From Hazen. For Exemption away from 28 years ago, while Milllgan's brother lived at Jacksonville J

''t previous studies, it Is estimated Hellbronn Mrs. Louise ;Nor- In Daytona Beach. Beach. As soon as Mrs.

'\ that from 3 to 4 percent of schoolchildren man. Mrs. Milllgan who lives at 122 New and her husband could get t

'tf < In this nation have hear- Lawtey Mrs: O. W. Roberts, Tax Assessor Guy Andrews announced E. 8th Street was called to the away they went to the Beach and County strawberry road ,T

v ing Impairments. Many of these Mrs. Ed Durban, and Mrs Din- yesterday that 600 applications phone of a neighbor Sunday afternoon located her uncle, Tom Bullard.It shipments after are to on"the near-halt back"j last -j 1:
.r coming a
are unrecognized and result Is kens. for homestead exemption and when the party on the was from there that Marie )
week In the wake of heavy rains }
,\ other end of the line said "hello called her mother.
failure and physical This Is being watched office
" educational program have been filed In his that softened and rotted fruit. -j}
counties mother" such tears and emotionexpressed Their reunion took place two
and mental Impairments. with Interest by other
since the first of the year. Deadline Since Feb. 17, 1,333 crates have ;s.
Is Mrs. hours later at the home.
, beyond writing. Milligan
< for we are advised we have the
of the present
i Monday night about 9 o'clock a 2 1-2 ton GMC truck and trailer tests The Is for purpose screening to find the unique distinction of being' the for claiming exemption Is Milllgan had spent several hun The little 2 year old Marie had of been$8 shipped.05, bringing at an average growers price an j j

of A first county to try to completea April 1, Assessor Andrews said, dreds of dollars on detectives tryIng grown Into a charming brunette
Madison Water
overturned on the Route 100 curve (at ) spilling children whose hearing la not en- estimated $10,746.75. In the
to catch with her errant housewife and the mother of two prej j,
4 25,000 pounds of cabbage onto the city light plant grounds,, It was tirely normal for all frequency hearing testing program by a and application blanks are ready ) up vious week shipments slumpedto ,
husband to reclaim her daughter. children In the Intervening 28year. .
I. the same spot where, several months ago another truck and trailer levels. Many impairments are due i PTA or other lay group organization at his office for the signature of 237 crates. ;
1927 had
, She found them In Tampa In since she seen her mo-
- to colds and other temporary con- The season's total standsat
dumped a load of bananas. all applicants. now
-A.I Y. Cotlngton, Mil. Director but again he eluded her. Mrs. ther. There ,was no sleep that
,- The truck that figured In Monday night's spill belonged to Ollie ditlons. about third of those 9,328 crates shipped with a
. Bradford County Health Dept, Only a New stated that during her school night at the Mllllgana with such
' Hall (colored) of the Hall Produce Co., 532 First St., South, Birm- Following the screening test, a eligible for exemption have ap- years her father had never kept excitement and chattering.Mr. gross return of 0207608.

ingham, Ala. He had bought the cabbage In Palatka. re-test will ba made of all those plied to date, the Assessor said, her In the same school for more and Mrs. New returned to With continued fain weather

I, Driver of the truck, Willie James (alao colored) stated that the children with a suspected heaTing Stiffest Penalty and he urges all others to do so than three months fearing that their home and children in AUan- It is expected that shipment ,",4"
will reach 2,000 crates next week:;
"a accelerator Jammed as he approached the curve. He reached down to loss. For Game Violation as soon as possible. Marie's mother. would catch up ta Thursday but will return here 'I'u'i
do test also strengthen
Those who still not may
not the turn. As it careened Mr. Andrews also states that with them. during their summer vacation. '
and could negotiate
:I try disengage Given OfficialThe the return of 44
normal, will then be ,given a com- good quality fruitv
he has received 230: personal prop. :Mrs. Now. had lived In Talla- Mr. and Mrs. Milllgan have
, the truck cleared the highway and came to rest on the edge of the plete audiogram test and hearIng Market: Manager R. B. Alvarez ,.;'i.
about lived at the 8th Street .
which Is alao
light plant property. Neither James nor his companion ,Calvln Hall, loss determined.The stiffest penalty for a game erty one-third returns of the number that poosle, Ga, before marrying and for the past year, previously lie advised growers to stop picking ,

,I was injured. children found with definite law violation in Florida history should be filed.Demand settling in Atlanta and all these ing at Jacksonville Beach Mr. berries In the afternoon and holdIng -. ;" ;

v Owner Ollie Hall pictured above (with hat) was not In the truck, Impaired hearing will then be referred was mated out by Judge Dozier years she had been trying to Milligan is a carpenter' foremanI them over to bring to the ."
Palatka after the accident. The cabbage was to their private PhYSIcian A. DeVane in Federal Court at market the next morning "The .
but arrived from soon break h..r father down Into tell- I at the Humphrey Gold Corp.
<. reloaded Tuesday In another truck and continued its Interrupted trip or the Health Department for a Tallahassee last week.A Good, weather la too hot to permit It1,1-'

complete study and evaluation. $1.OOO fine was Imposed uponV Prices StrengthenOn he said. All fruit should be'q, '
to Birmingham. ,
" The accident brought attention to another flaw in the system of Parents of the above children will O. Sangaree, Franklin County Heart Attack Fatal : Prizes Offered brought to the market the same :',

,I been be notified at a later date. Commissioner, for shooting ducks Livestock MarketW. day It Is picked the manager 'top,(j
highway marking through; Starke, which may or may not have To Kingsley GrocerWalter For Citrus RecipesThe said. .Ji.
This hearing testing program out of season.
: a factor In the mishap. Although there is a caution light on the Is a cooperative project of the Sangaree an Apalachicola mortician F Moore, manager of the \ N. Pallenaen, operatorof Florida Federation of Woman' Mr. Alvarez stated that enough b

,_ curve at Madison& Water, there is no road marker of any descriptionand Health Department, PTA of was also placed on five Farmers Produce Market' Inc. in of cucumber seed has already been '
store at Klngaley Clubs Is a
the driver, unfamiliar with routes has no way of knowing which Starka and County and School' year probation after pleading Gainesville reports a larger sale a grocery which closes sold 1 through the market to Insure '
Luke died last Saturday citrus contest
suddenly recipe
I street Route 100 follows. Confronted by the curve; with a quick decision officials I The actual work Is being guilty to three counts of migratory this week, but still not "enough to following n heart attack. lie was March 12. Recipes may be submitted the planting of 100 acre 1

i to make and nothing to guide him he Is apt to become raw material done by the PTA with the Health bird act violators. The three supply buyers their needs, although $1- born In Chicago Dec. 2, '1008. In three classes.: cooked Thin Is more than double last

! for another accident. Department In advisory capacity. violations were hunting killing prices on cattle were doimorta, salads, or breads. A year's 42 sere total. The Man-
nil\ + He member of the Lutheran -
l.IIB s.Report was a
to $ stronger on grade"
'. The Telegraph Is glad to note that one of the objectives of the only. and possessing! ducks during; the sale Feb. Church and a veteran of World prize of $8 will bit given In each hut tan Produce Co. will operatea
the Tuesday,
I to system of marking The program In Starke Schools closed season last November. on cucumber deal here this\ spring.Mr. .
. Chamber of Commerce this year Is promote a 22 War II.SiirvMnjr. district. tor each classification
. will enable tourists and others to get In and out of Starke without has been developed and carried Sangaree was arrested by game : and the state prize is a washing Alvarea predicts a largercorn
that out under the direction of Mrs.T. wardens near Apalachicola In HOGS; No. 1, 18.55; ; No, 2, besides his widow, acreage, both white and yel-
Under conditions machine.
,j getting lost and taking the wrong highway. present II Slade, Chairman of the Franklin County last November. 1780; No. 3, 1680; No.4, 16.10; Mrs. Kathleen Hall Pollenst-n, are low hybrid, and reports that buy-

this happens many times a day. Starke PTA Health Committee.Her No. 5'. 1560/ ; No. 1R. 1350: ; No. his father, Jenes Palletwen of Elm- Contestant. In this area may eis are already Interested In the ,

At a.meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Monday afternoon I group of able, working assistants 2R: 1S.20/ ; L5, IS/ .45/ : IIR. 1180; wood Park, III., one brother and submit recipe to Mr. Lex Green prospective deal here. Other crop.
., H. A. Bishop, Jr., chairman of the City's street committee, agreed Include Mrs. Jim Godwin Recent Feeder pigs up to 17.SO. throe sisters. Director District' 4, using the flowing are being planted at this time and

to make a study of highway markers and have the proper signs placed I Mrs. A. y Covlngton Mrs. T LINDA SUZANNE FORD CALVES: Good $21 to $2/1j/ ; Funeral services were held In blank: "If we can get by the full moon. ,

,! to relieve the present state of confusion. B. Harding, Mrs. Ed Tenly Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford Jr. Medium .$22 to $21; the DeWItt C. Jones Chapel Sunday Name ,,. _.. March 14, without any cold we

'1 I H. A. Lawson, Mrs. K. O. Duncan, of Sumter, S. C. announce the $17 to $22; Culls, $13 to common'l afternoon at 3:30: o'clock will be safe," Mr. Alvarez re-

it Mrs. Alvarez, Sr., Mrs Linda Suzanne I with Rev. J. W. Kaufman officiating Address .- ,, marked.
r Ralph birth of a daughter STEERS HEIFERS: Common
Roberta To
' Lions To Present Display I Kucera and Mrs. Nix. This group' on Feb. 17. Mrs. Ford is $1080 to $22; Cutters $17 to The body was forwarded to In what classification recipe is

!ra New Dodge TodayThe has been trained In the use of the the former Dorothy Faxon daughter $1000; Stockers $17 to $20; Com- Chicago for cremation. to be entered ..

'. audiometer and are doing the of Mrs. W. D. Faxon of Starke mon Cows $13 to $10: Cutter.. ) Judges will score on: texture, Queen Crowned

Biblical Drama new Dodge Interest which wherever has testing in the Armory building Recent births at Shadycrest $lfl to $18; Canners $11 I to $161: Property Sold appearance, flavor, originality,
great dally. Culls $12 to $11; Medium Bulls ease of preparation, and amountof
: it has been shown, will be on Representative members of other hospital: $20 to $21.75; Common $18 to 20.. I Mrs Frances\ Wilkinson of citrus used. \i t Tourist.Club .f

; i The Light Eternal", Biblical display today at J. P. Roberts PTA organizations in the county Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crews of',I "Demand Is good on both rattle Madison Street sold to RaymondL. .

. drama, will be presented by the Motors on Temple Ave. have been trained and are doing Starke Feb.a eon 12., Leon Vurnle and hogs,:' Moore a'.ated.I "Bring Stone, a house and lot on S.Westmoreland Mr. Christine Sinks and two \.
I Mr. Roberts extends a cordial the testing In their areas as follows born Ste..n'l The regular weekly meeting of '
, Llona Club of Starke two nights Mr. and Mrs. Andrew l your stock In an early as possible. Street They transaction children of Nashville, Tenn. are
n March 3 4 invitation to the public to see this : made. q the E, guest l>f Mr. and Mrs. Robbie the Starke Tourist Club was\ heldir!
' Thursday and Friday, Mrs. T, J. Alderman Whitehead of Lake Butler, a son, W*! thank you for your patron- was throujb "
'car at his show Hampton '
beautiful new Tuesday evening Feb. 22.' In the 1
". A, Real Agency. 9hauer I
- t.f in the USO building.: rooms. :Mrs. Vernon Slade, and Mrs. W. 1".1" Drfnlel. born Feb. 7. n M. Stroii Ellr.\ Woman's Club. President W., 8, t'4

""**ofI Miss Mllle Powers,'dl rector! arrived kX r),. -- I;.. .. .. ...- .
'I ... .. ', "Iflibley: ctUwd/ !'the meetings .
a V' In town early this week from : '- '- '. i : r7-, I order and introduced Mayor. .

,.: Sanford, where the drama had avery r'a Roberts, who made a brief addr
t successful presentation. She of welcome to a large audIence.
Dancing and various othe!
has studied dramatics and music
1 forms of entertainment were en-
, and has also taken part in little
joyud by members and villi torsund..r
I theatre work. In addition, she has va, Py the direction of Mrs. Wll-
had special training, In Kansas i r
I liam Ht-lntz, chairman of entertainment -
City, on this particular produc- 7w .
I -e."
tion. % .r ..
aril a Mrs \V. H. Nollman, mistress
Miss Powers met with H. A. ,. Gr1t + of ceremonies asked the Mayor

I Bishop, Jr., president of the Lions to escort Queen Helen Buchanan ft

I Club, and casting arrangements of Lynbtnok, N. Y. to the rostrum.Rerplvjng t

were completed yesterday. Mem- : Jhe crown, presented }
, i: bers of practically all civic groups .a Xlk hy little Anne Matthews, Mayor

I will have parts In the large cast, I Roberta officially crowned Queen

I. it ,was announced. Rehearsals will + lIel..n.fury( Agnes Matthews

I start at once. .. dressed in a long white princes

I .' "The Light Eternal" Is described' gown end
as a spectacular Biblical dramatization Queen with a basket of gifts

of the most Important generously donated by the merchant

I events leading up to and con- r of Starko.

nected with the giving of the Ten r Queen Helen thanked the Mayor

t Commandments. It la said to President! Sibley, and citizens of

: combine' tense drama impressivemusic +r r Starke for their expression of

: and authentic Biblical cos- 1 friendship and hospitality during

: turning her visit and extended greetingsfrom

, Nassau N. Y
I'I Miss Powers states that whore- County
ever this production has been Tho Queen's corsage was furnished -
n' Colonial Florist and her
staged It has drawn packed houses .. by
and enthusiastic comments I crown of gold was made by O. L.

from educational and religious I Llnnln of Koch's Drug Store. Other

leaders. It is particularly adapted -< gifts for the basket were given

for adults and at' the same by Florida Theatre, Koch's Drug
Diihmer'a Gift Shoppe.Prlent's .
time carries a worthwhile message Stone,
of educational value to young Setzvr'H, and Florida.

CZ Plastics
members enrolled
Ten new were
J'The Light Eternal" will give the ..
and refreshments were nerved under -
people of Starke an opportunityto BKADFORO of the social
-< the direction
see local talent In an entirely I
COUNTY chairman, Mrs. llertha Pearce.
different type of character thanr
It was announced that the
"theUlual amateur production.
r Queen for the next meeting on

Tuesday, March, 1, will be Mrs.
Judge COUNTY 1 Mass.
i + ,) Hostesses for the March 1
M meeting will be Mrs. Gladys Canova -

Injunction Plea j LIIKL I t t t r Mrs. William Helnu. Mrs.

Russell Buchanan, and Mrs. E. L.

, Matthews ,
An application for'a temporary 6 tw
Injunction restraining the City of '
Rotarians Hear
Starke from installing parking D.IANE

; meters In the business district "'" Income Tax Talk
will be brought before Judge A Co "

, John A. H. Murphree- in the Frank H. Duehay, chief of@ the

courthouse here next Thursday. Income tax division, Collector ot

\V. H. Graham of Alvarez Store rt u" 5 P U 7N H M Internal Revenue Jacksonville
,. ,r+- yn' PO
has brought the action In behalf yyrn. was !guest speaker at the Rotary

--- -- -- --- -- -- --- ------ Club Wednesday, answering many
of himself and other merchantS .,
S the affected area. A beautiful, but .....I'f'tofore"uDdilOCeveft'd" center. questions of Interest to taxpayers
) Residents of the area say they and describing the workingsof
of Bradford Studiedvacation
[i County l. coming are In for belated Indian Beach Road Problems would do more shopping In Starke the department which now hat

AnswersFlood )If the cut-off road (Indicated on : IOO employe and 16 branches In
: attention a. the Board of ContmlMloneni -
map by dotted line) were in better Florida.
Our Office consider what mightbe or weekend purposes, but ,'around a map of Bradford County tractive home (with the aid of Indian Beach last year to make condition. Due to the high Mr. Duehay was accompaniedto
1 done to make IndUn Beach, the location of this attractive his wife and plans from a popular his evaluation, he had to travel
at least a dozen occupied by year- water In this section a "lake"hae the meeting by B. L. Brown.
The response to the Hut of In the extreme southeantMn tip round residents of Bradford Coun. area, give an Idea of the magazine), doing mont. of the workon up and down the colony In a boat formed across this road and deputy collector, and was Introduced
of the county, more WMenlbb" because the lateral road runningIn
'. asked by the Telegraph ty. picturesque beauty of Indian weekends. appears to be permanent. A new by J. C. Hoover, who had
last week taut been so both to property owner and vteltonr. Prior to 1044 the Indian Beach Beach, with its moss-laden cypress He states that the road from back of the home., was im trail skirts around the lake, but charge of the program for the
t _Uimla.tlo that we are delay section .was range land owned tree and other subtropical beau. Highway 21 In to his place \Is so passable.At In wet weather travel In risky.

. 1\\ tone publishing the result* until On the picturesque northeastern M. Pearsall. a'memberof ty. bad in wet weather that for a lower left above Is the beautiful Using the cut-off Indian Beach- day.Junior Rotarians attending the

next week a* answerssre. shore of "big" Lake Santa Fe, by the Leigh New York Stock Exchange At upper left I. seen W. E. period of three months last win- estate of M. V. Joiner, president era would be only 12 miles from meeting from BHS were Lewis.

null streaming la. the Indian Beach subdivision was who his winters In Melrose. Riviere and his son, Wally gassing ter he had to carry his son In of three Jacksonville taxi- Starke, but the distance Is 16 frame and John Klien.

If you have not yet returned first opened up to of home World owners Warn In The spent property was developed for up their outboard motor a boat to a point on the lake cab companion, who upend. muchof miles when they have to go the I President Herbert Deal announced -
please do the early years I his Sante I.' At lower long way around by Keystone. that the weiner roast
;your questionnaire and since that time has rapidly Mr. Pearsall by Joe Peters, Gainesville prior to a late-afternoon fishing I that was accessible from the high time on s.
so at once so we may; Include until now some 50 real estate dealer, who built expedition. Mr. Riviere,who makes : way In order to get him to and right la another view of the County Commissioners will give ', planned for the Boy Scout Troop
In the results developed Joiner grounds the boat further consideration to the in- lost Friday night was rained out
showing .
I ;your answer 60 substantial homes (assessedat the first home there and has a lOO-mlle round trip every day from school.
whirl win be published next or around $150,000): line the shore guided Its development ever since. to hU* job at the Jacksonville : Likewise, when the then Tax I' basin. I[ dlan Beach road problems at their but would be re-scheduled for aa-

work, : ome of them used only for The picture above, arranged Naval Air Station, built his at Assessor E, W. Hayes visited The Peter. home Is at right meeting on Monday, March 7. I Ir early date.





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FJUD.\.'.. FEBRCAKY 23. 19111

In been responsible for so
spectacles many pant
families call Indian Beach "home" the year 'round.At New On Ice' Returns To Gator Bowl sparkling production On Ice headed
'Holiday the great, new "Holiday successes, by George 0
the present time Indian Beachers reach their homes I
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED over a of 1849", including "Phantasy in Tyson formost ice-showman
With Host Of Champs Spectacular Scenes of
trail-type sand road turning off the Keystone-Melrose highway. ; Plastic", "Viennese Moods". "Ro the nation.

1870r E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNdtEoiTonand There are several low places along the road that In wet weather are Starring over a hundred of the Royal Sweethearts of the Ice mance In Old Spain", "The Isle>

...nshed Every Friday Entered: mm Second well-nigh impassable. Members of the Board of County Commissioners world'. finest Ice skating stara. Murray Galbraith and Dorothy of Dreams", and the finale "Holi-
visited this area Tuesday to see the at first hand In orderto In all of these,
set-up the best of the old Coos. Then there are the merry Greetings" -
alt... Matter at the Pont Office at Starke,, Fla Including: day ....
determine what might be done to better the altuaUon. favorites, and with the most dazzling mad-caps of fun. Fred Holly and beautiful and colorful scenes the 0'-....... .

This part of Bradford County once considered of no practical and spectacular new wardrobe Bob Day; America' greatest lovely "Glamour-Icer.", u the J0L1Y NO HUMS\ 1r.. :

: MEMBER <3> 1949 value to the County. 1s now seen to have very definite posabilltlrs.q of costumes ever made the speed demon, former Olympic girls of the ensemble are called tiME :'
Leo the with their escorts: the handsome tIE JOLLY
$LM For Six Mur I Property owners at Indian Beach already pay tl 00 In taxes annually all new and greater 1949 editionof champion Freiainger; along charm 'r
otarrtpU** 93.00 AnauaUy "Holiday on Ice" will make Its curvacious' rythm gal. lovely Kar- "Ice-Squires", add
of valuations CORNS
with the prospect In that part of the county two and
annual appearance In Jacksonvilleat en; the International jugglingstar. rhythm and speed to p0
continuing to Increase. the Gator Bowl beginning on Kay Farelli; the dynamic one-half hour Ice skating and .. .
W welcome our new neighbor. at Indian Beach and look
Thursday, :March 3. Ice-stylist and spinning star Tony musical extravaganza.The cRisP-TENpeA,
ward to becoming bitter acquainted with them as soon as Improved DELICIOUS: ta
LeMac the
Ice-dancing genius! of
Advance reports and reviews ; all new "Holiday On Ice ,
roads make their delightful section of Bradford County more ac- Ted Mesa and the lovable veteran,
the t
praise new production as
created and producedby
'!J: 'f z cessible. the of fastest all the funniest previous and editions.greatest Phil character Miner.actor and ice-humorist the was same expert staff that has

THOUGh ON PARKING METERS: Many of the all-star championship Undoubtedly the most important -
The Telegraph has been accused of being both for and againstthe I performers again to be seen addition to the new cast is the

proposed parking meters for Starke-and maybe, after all, that In the new production are familiar one and only Bobby Blake Ice-
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COMING TO TUB FORE sum up our feeling In the matter about u well aa anything could. I to enthusiasts, headlined by the dom's "King of Swing", former
At a recent banquet of the Keystone Heights Chamber of Commerce Were "for" parking meters when we're looking for a place to : i star of "Ice Follies", and the
a speaker referred to that lovely little city as "a second Or- : on the 23 chapter-owned farmsIn originator of "jive on Ice." ,
park a few minute. for a penny, and "against" 'em when we want the state.According.
tsndo" of the future. to stay longer than we first Intended and have to run back and feed to recent Other new faces and further, HIALEAH'SlAortct

Taking- the realistic viewpoint we all know that It will be many the kitty. We're "for" parking meters when :we consider that they ,of the State Department a of Education report I new thrills are featured In the i
nany years (if ever) before Keystone Heights could hope to match might (If enforced) break up the habit of business people leaving Florida' Future Farmers i new streamlined "Holiday On Ice"' !
Orlando In size. However in natural beauty and charm It has little! their cars on Call Street all day. and "against" *em when reminded earned more than 1709,000 last in the persona of: Henry Lie the

to yVMd. even now. to Orlando or any other city of its size in Florida that some of our farmer friends might balk at the necessity: of using year from their farm work. Witha Norwegian stilt skating champion;
THose: who have had occasion to attend'public meetings or social a meter on their weekend marketing trips to Starke. capital Investment of J409.29: Paul and Yvon LeDuc. comedy-
novelty from Cana-
gatherings\ at Keystone Heights in recent months have been Impressed In other words, on a matter as controversial u parking meters In farm lands, buildings and equip-, da; Tommy and Susan LaVonne,
with high calibre citizen that this quiet community on no one with even a halfway open mind can say that he U "all for" ment the boy-farmers averaged with breathtakingaeroadagio

Beautiful Lake Geneva" Is attracting. Of especial! value to Keyiton or "all against" the "issue. There are Indisputably good and bad points earnings amounted to 1310 apiece. creations; and Jackie Reese, the 'iii i91
t* the Influx of new families brought there by the Umenite mining on both sides, and the only possible way to arrive at a decision In Many FFA boys earned as high u most daring tumbler off blades. :7alnou.Flamingo
11.000 i
-rlopment at Camp'Blanding.. Perhaps a dozen new families have.tted the matter would be to tabulate carefully all the good effects and duringthe year. There are seven lavish and
in Keystone In connection with this operation and are adding all the I ill effects and see which are predominant. Their contribution to general
sin to the social and cultural life of the community. Frankly we think that exaggerated claims: are made by both the farm life In the state can be seen
by the education dPpartJ1lent'areport
Another stimulating: force in Keystone Heights has been the recent advocates and the opponents of parking meters. We do not think listing -some of the FFA Ot0UVICE Day
organization there of a Rotary Club and the fact that forty-five that they will be a panacea for all of Starke's traffic problem., achievements. During and after .
Ctotarians and Rotary Anns from there attended an Inter-city meeting neither do we think they will force any merchant out of business !in school hours the Future Farmers $ &lRETa11

In Jacksonville last week Is evidence a-plenty! of the enthusiasm of( six months.Whether. I till some 3,000 acres of BOiL Last >t
ttm membership. Better relations between Starke and Keystone have" or not the individual likes the convenience of bring able I! year they repaired about 861 farm viii
already benefitted Immeasurably because of the visiting back and. to find a parking place when he .wants one. or objects to the "nui machines and 8.841 pieces of farm

fsrtb. of Rotarians'in the two towns. sance" of having to use a meter is largely personal matter. Nothing equipment. They grew 1.313: home Thursday March 3

We predict bright future for Keystone Heights and. Indeed, theentire we. could say on the subject would change such personal feelings.At garden., canned 324.832 quarts offoodstuffs
I the present time'we're neither "fer" 'em nor ",gin" 'em-we and saved their moneyto
lake region of which It Is the hub. Property on these lovely the tune of S4.811 In
feel that we are not qualified to speak with an authoritativevoice.
,lakes has been In brisk demand in recent year u more and more simply purchased U. S. Bonds.In .
: If the City Council carries out Its present Intent of installing PHONE 118
people discover the joys of livingIn this area not only during vacation -
addition maintained
meters in our business district we will undoubtedly< be able to give over
time but around the calendar. 2.0OO acres of pine forests, con- BODY *;: FENDER
definite opinion about six months from'now.
you a more
structed 180 miles of' flrehnes. WORK A SPECIALTYKeBuKh

GETTING Another ACQUAINTED WITH INDIAN.tone's BEACH throw from . . had 42.0OO faces and in gum farming Front End F ParadeBirds P d
delightful spot-only a Keystone I operations set out more than Flamingo r
Carat g
earning In at long last for a bit of attention. Pine LevelBy FUTURE 1.000.0611'pine trees during last Pickups aio

Until a short time ago, if you mentioned Indian Beach it Is FARMER WEEK year alone.NOW Brakes Relined .

probable that ninety percent of the people of Bradford County would Sir*. IL !H. McRa "" I' Cant t;: Pickup $I% are paraded only once a year
ttifaik you were talking about some new development along the east I
or west coast of Florida. i I.. February 19-26 is National Fu- IS THE TIME Above Price. Include Part.
Rev. \\-. E. Hall was called to ture Farmer. of America! Week. FOR &;: Labor
We hope however that after they see the pictures and read the 3o twick: Baptist. Church last Sun I The Future Farmers of America
article in this issue of the Telegraph Bradfordites will realize that day afternoon to conduct funeral now In its 21st year., has come New Dunlop Tim A;: Tube! :

Indian Beach is a part of their own county-even If It is In the I services for Sgt. Hilton Wilkerson, to represent an important influence 6.00x16 Tim As Low As 10.31

extreme southeast tip. A. the article and map In this week's paper 34-yesr-oId son of Mr. and Mrs.. In the life of rural America (Tax Included)
win show Indian Beach Is a sub division along the eastern shore of !N. A. Wilkerson. who was killed Current membership in the Ammonium
Santa Fe Lake. The first few houses were built during the early daysof In action in the South Pacific.He schoolboy-farmer: organization is Sulphate. 10 Ib. Flamingo stakesThe
260.0OO In the nation. Presidentof ltal'lIoVl'alK'e ''
World War II, and since that time contraction has proceeded.t waa born in Putnam County
a brink rate until now there are sixty substantial homes lining where he lived until called to the the national PEA Is a Brad >4 .\ On Your Old

tile shore1 of Santa Fe In this particular area. Some of the homes arets.ed service. of ford Starke.In County. boy-Doyle Conner Battery. On A New FORD Kentucky Derby of the South

for weekend and vacation purposes but more than a dozen Mrs. J. F. Schultz of Pittsburg Florida there are 6.100 FFA We hav" everything you BatteryAndrews -
arrived Sunday morning for a visit need for the small
plot or
126 FFA
boy. organized In chapters
/with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc-
in 53 Florida counties. Enrolled farm Motor Co.

r Rae.Mrs.. T. N. No/roan and son of In vocational agriculture ALSO
classes in the schools of the state COMPLETE LINE
leilbronn and Mr. and Mr.
Sew n' Save! ney Eggers and son of Jackson the FFA boys learn the latest HARDWARE ITEMS

ville were visitingthe H. M. Me farming practises and technique., FARM IMPLEMENTS

i \laes Monday. work their combine own farms classroom and successfully Instruction TOOLS,.ETC. SHOP AND SAVE AT YOUR

Mr B. M. Myrick of Galnesvjlelkpent
,p. -
in fanning with on'tl e-
: with the Saturday night with : farm experiences.
i Mrs. Robert Myrick and attended
They practise all types of
;church here Sunday farming known In Florida, from v
Miss Barbara Richie of Starke citrus to watermelons from raising .
spent 1 Thursday night with Miss
r .. Gwendolyn :JfcRae.! chickens breedingBrahmas .7
-and all according to the latest I
The farmers here are plantingsugar
and newest methods! as taught to
the cane and already have their
S\ them by specially trained voca- TRU-IJLUE CLEANER
spring vegetable gardens growing tional agriculture instructors.
world'sfinest Mrs. Alma M'ECI.tL PRICE
Jacksonville Starlingwas again last calledto week Some of the schoolboys operate $1.50 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
their own farms share operation.with
because! of Illness In her family.
their parents, rent farm BRADFORDHARDWARE

machine sewing Good wept Guaranteed Housekeeping by w'% Mr.'- Mr.daughter and and! Mrs.Mrs.Kathy Robert Robert were Myrickand Taylor visitng land young the or agriculture community.work for student other Many farmersin of work the CO. Cube STEAK, Ibe -. 45c" BACON 11 Sauaresj;.lb. 24c

of Jacksonville Monday. 4 16

?4.rmnta. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION!\ Pork LIVER lb. 33c Fresh Pork
A birthday dinner was enjoyedat IV The Tourists And Transients Like HAMS, lb. 43c

S. the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. I Our Food. 6 I' .

"/ Makes Buttonholes y/ S.ws. on' Buttons theIr Crosby daughter last Sunday Gloria In on honor her seventh of- _..... .:".-". f\;l I ii' But we suit bate time to cater Brisket BEEF lb. 33c Smoked BACON Ibe 39c
: .
birthday anniversary. When I to be home folk We apt ,
'Sews Zig-Zag >/ Embroiders V Darns Gloria and her little friends returned :
from Sunday School the L II I predate your bunineM and always

, \f Sews Forward and Reverse V Monograms dining table was spread with ,E4 e -: try to please our friend at home. FRANKFURTERS lb. 40 Fresh MULLET the: 22CCHOPI'ED
a white linen cloth: centered with ...,. t, 1" ,
Or Availaklt, Aaiufieme Cemole' Pe.k .nrf Portable, mod f.; / a beautiful birthday cake. Children -

who enjoyed this occasion Our Famous Business Men's
Still Serving
L 6. HEMINGWAY I were Delores and Dorothy New- ., N0. 2 CANS HEINZ OR GER ERS
mans, Beverly Jo: Crosby Janice: LUNCH 50c

22\\ S. Thompson St. Starke. Fla. I I It Conner al"tera. Pansy arid Kathy and Joyce Myrick, and her her GUIDON GRILL SAUERKRAUT, 2 for 15c Baby Food, 3 for 25c

brothers Jimmy and Charles.

Other dinner guests were Mrs.J. GEO.: KOPELOUSOS
t I II F. Schultz of Pittsburg. M.. Wesson Oil
I 1 25c
I B. M. Myrick of Gainesville, Mr. pI. -

1iIfu..iir. Dty Cf..ler Gloria'and ) ..grandparents Robert Myrick Mr. and and LOOK TO CHARLESAt 33 Bleach, 2 gtse15c

Mrs. H. M. McRae.


Lake GenevaBy To Keep make That scratches"Body dents or Beautiful"We nicksa Spry or Crisco, 3 lb. 7Sc COFFEE

Blanche CunninghamCueata thing of the past, and what an 39c'ET

eye for color our man has! So help
t i1 4 I know been
In the home of Mrs. Ida. us. you'll never you've
Gentry and daughter. Lillian the I touched. NO. I CANS
.1. put week were Mr. and Mn. FredHaas. ACCIDENTSo Amour's MILK 2 for 19c
of Chicago. Ill, Mr and I
Mn. R. L. Christlanberry of De- I let's Ret acquainted. We know DOG FOOD 3 for 25

land Frank Hlckman of Lancaster your car inside and out, and would Green Cabbage 2 lb. 5c
Ohio, Mn.
Mr. and R. E.
like to meet you. too! And want you ,
Bush of Lake Park Ga., and Mr.
to know better.
and Mra.V.. O. Watkins of Jackaonvllle. us GREEN TOP

PERFECT GROOMING Mr. .and. Mra. Ray Forsythe Thank you.CnARLES, Frozen Foods

DEMANDS PERFECT CLEANING Blanche) .. Arnold Cunningham Carlson were and Jacksonville Mr.. TORRUELLAWheel Birds Eye : CARROTS, 2 bunches 15c

Well-groomed women have the poise and confidence callers Friday.
Mra. T. M. Finley and daughter, DRIED

wmartly that goes dressed with if immaculate you step out clothing.in clothes You'll that we've feel Mn.Martha Leonard Sue and Hamm daughter-in-law and baby SPECIAL Alignment Complete Motor Overhaul General I LIMA BEANS' lb. 44c Sweet Potatoes 3 lb. 25c

a, dry cleaned for you. You'll admire the freshnessimparted were! In Jacksonville Monday. For Wek Beginning SPECIALMon. ,

f by skilled pressing and the life and the Terrill W Cunningham aviation ., Fe... 23 GOLDEN
.: vibrant color renewed by expert dry cleaning. Be ordnance man of' the Naval Air -- For This Week Also GARDEN PEAS. Ib 29c

groomed to perfection. Send your wearables to us Station. Jacksonville spent the CORRECT CASTER.ComplJC.e Parts Jk Labor

.. with 4 Cars 55.50 .
Mioa Alleen Wagner P. K.Yonge Cyl. ,
Gainesville STEERING 6 CyL Cars 68.50 RED
t PHONE 135 spent Sunday with her parent,

x ) 31S Mr. and Mn. L. N. Wagner. 8 CyL Cars 87.50
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Foray the left $6 00 BRUSSELS SPROUTS, lb. 30c Delicious AppleS 2 lb. 29c
GREEN 9feu Temple Tuesday on a business trip to V 8 Fords 72.00 ,
H ; _._ ConnellsvUle, Pa. They expect to .
ATat be gone several week.
' WDa"r. I Mr. and Mrs. Giles Phillips and REMEMBER: You don't hare to get this work done

t I Mr. and Mrs A. Wilds and son during this week of the Special but you must place Phone 231' WE DELIVER
STARKE FLA. of Jacksonville spent few hours your order on or before March 7. Phone 231
I Sunday at their home her. on the ,
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candy cups and miniature wooden calendula, In exquisite arrangements Miss Madge Brownies of Starke IN(' (''U'I'IT vrKI.MHIIII(-oi Sir' nutiii 1'1'D.'OIlI CII ,:\.>> lun.imhlltihccl: In Drnriford County Vlo,. i I Inntnl |I II In Circuit, (........ nrmttar ('.....cr. ,\rII
: hatchets. Ice cream and coca colas were placed to advantagein and Mrs. Harry Hammerschmldt KHV.: rI..rSdas. I tanm-err. ,
State Farm used for the party. of Jacksonville\ Beach visited Jlm- Hampton AllinrtitV.. Chllderi. Plaintiff VI.Charlpa ilny of Fubriiurv at Stark. ,A.Florida'1 this 3rd .M.4ll l\[eE'nhc. Plaintiff v.. 1'd.uutunhl \
: were served with the cake. In the rooms Chlldora, Defendant' C'ana > 1949. I J McCabe. l>ef ndunt.. Ca.. ."
contests Betty Williams and Steve Prize winners at this meeting: mie Chasteen who. as an Air No. 7124. I A. .T. THOMAS, No." 7113.ftrder .
By Mrs. Bryan WhltfleWoo Mrs. L. F. Chapman who I Cadet with the Navy Reserves By Mra.. M. C. Sweeney OUl>Rn OP Pl'RMOATIOM ,SRAl.. ) Clerk Circuit Court 1 or Pnrtllpatlon and %..tlr.
win- were \ X. Ailkln .
and Joe Hardin were prize S S C S S S S AM NOTIC"t0 A IT K.Ml Jr. Attorney for I'. ,.. Appear
S S S a ners. Impromptu games also afforded received a package of gift wrap- i Is stationed in Pensacola. STATE! UK1 KI.OKll'A to: Cllarlc* tUluntri. s-u u *"4In State of Florida tot Edmund! J.
Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwellhad Chi":: "'.j, hums reaidenuo I. un McCnlie, who_ rnwldence. an.l ad-
assisted pings as high prize; W. M. V. ENTERTAINEDMrs. Irriilf ( '
fun. The hosts were 'i'arISr'sdfoi'S ( ,
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION known.You. <>unl" dnena In: 2915 DaWttt Place, Pro"' ...
... '
in hospitalities by Mrs. Tom Connors, whose award for second I as their luncheon guests Fri Ira J. Rusha was hostess are required to appear on fr'lorlilni < hnnrrrr.llrrnrhrll New. York: I

Mr. and Mrs. }t. O. Bates hon Conners. high score was a bo* of soap day Mr and Mrs. A. W. Anderson to theV.. M. U. on Thursday Court Manh' and 14 194:1 cauae. : In, wherein the .ahow plaintiffHnekH named. 1 AivS. .. iJurlcp K. Crnnhy Cro..b, .Plaintiff 1..r..nt.' v... Yon 7 are, 1949 required, In the to above appear naneulL'tIrt euMarch

ored their daughter Barbara witha and Mrs. Dennis Fancher who I Jr. 'and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Sr. afternoon of last week. Mrs. T. divorce and reatoratlon of ('see No ?1 00.) anil cause, wherein plaintiff

party at the Community Club- STORK SHOWER held the lucky card in bingo won' of Starke and their guests Mrs. E. Simmons led the Devotional.with maiden. name shall.. puhllnh Hrndford this t'IIn OrderIn I y'rel'araph Ordrr 0p.ar.sit I'nhlli'nlloii III..t.> or "A Kluriiln,...tI..* ....,. peeks; :divorce shall puhlltih ttradford, this'o''J.I..II:: ; l levraph -.

house Friday afternoon, February Mid. W. E. Feagle. Mrs. R. M. a handkerchief. To her tea guest. Eddie Schwab and her baby daughter the topic "Sufficient for .nitt four weekly limuea.WltneiiM Alv,. Ourlvy 1'ronliy, whu. rmlclrnce .- nvxt four weekly. ln uea.Wltnemi .

18. The occasion was the honoree' Markham and Mrs. P. S. CrewsWere Mrs. Nelle Beavers the hostess Anna Ruth of Pittsburgh, Pa. All". Plans were made at this at Htnike: : 'No.1.:::: and. February nfflcfal, Real t, You 1 I. unknown: / nt Htnrke,rnv Florida hand. anil thla official February Heal.
salad! Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Pa- are roiiulreil to appear on
A Sellers
hostesses at the homeof presented a dainty apron. time for the Home Mission Pro 945.OFFtCtt.. Pi-krnniy Jlh. ru'9. In the Rbovvnnmfil S, 1949.Officisi. '.
eighth birthday anniversary. :joint course was served at the conclusion -' tricia Willard and their visitors, gram, to be held at the Baptist ( SEA) A. J. Thomas, Court anuS oau'., uliorvin ( I S"Rn! A. J. Thoma.,
Mrs. Feagle Saturday after- Aa Clock of said court. plaintiff' seeks ii Ivore,. Ttradforil'onnty ..
A Clerk of said
Patriotic decorations of the Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburndale Church
emphasizing games.BIRTHDAY -Thursday.. March 3. .
noon :when they gave a shower in l"y Haven Crnahy. r> C.Charloa < T..I..orr."h "hall publlnh thin ny Maven Crosby, r). C. '.
the theme of Washington's were Sunday supper guests of This will include an all-day meeting K. lleaa, 204-08,, Guaranty Order In next four w...cklv I Scene.>..
T. Frank Stark, Florida'
T.andrum ,
honor Mrs. C. D. Sellers. Ar- ..
of PARTY llldir. Fla. Witness mv haml and ...rrl..I..I."RIAt (
Mr. and Mra. d. W. Rivera in 'ttck.unVI1l. lllVollce
with covered dish luncheon Atty. for I'lf. 2-4 4t '
for 9.fl 4t 2-4
Birthday made an attractive back- tistic arrangements of calendulaand Little Martha Susan Ritch celebrated i Atty Slnrk.; Kluilclii. thin January, .
Graham. at 7. 1149,
Mra. RuHha. served her guests \
ground for the two dining tables} ferns were used advantage- the third anniversary of IV l'lnrl''r. COIHT. Biititpoiiur01 (UFFlCIAtj SRAl. A..1. TllnmanA J .

with their appointments In the ously as decorations. The elementof her birthday at the home of Mr. delicious homemade cakes and t'KIIV.Auilrvy: MTV.. rLwitiuti IM' I51t>.., Haven Cleric of Raid Court. nt Appllmtloa. for fNotlco ... need
cookies with coffee. The January ny Croaby.. C.
!I. That '
chosen red :white and blue color surprise added to the enjoy and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde Tuesday Radell.. Plaintiff' vii. Kenneth hereby Klven. Mra.Dladva :
meeting waa held at the homeof itadell, Uefondant. Case 'Jo: h, Iri'nH* ... .. .. O. Kdwardn: holder of TaxCertificate ,
ment of the occasion culminatingIn r .t. Prailford ( > <; .
scheme. 22. BrookerBy No third day ofAliguict
The traditional cake was afternoon, February Sharingthis .1 270
>> .
Fliirliliil In
Mrs. J. W. Home with a large 6H88.ORDER 4 MMnrrrr.Alvln .. A. I). 1931, ha. filed laid ,
to the honor .
the OH Pmt-IfATION
unique in that Its decorations and presentation happy occasion with Martha O. Myer., Hlalntlff. '. Lena citrtlfloate, In office and nadeapi'ilcatlui '1
attendance. tny ,
tapers were In these colors Places guest of lovely baby gifts In a Susan were her mother Mrs Mrs.. Paul Stewart liNt HV NOTIl-W KIAIHIDA: TO AtTKAItSTA1K to KennethHadvll 71 Prance I 4. Myern. Hefvlidant. CIIBO No.Order for tax deed tr IHU \

for the boys and girls from the", prettily decorated unbrella. Mrs. Carlyle Ritch Jlmmle Ritch Ann.I S C S SSt'flI'Rk4E T. 1'. PARTY whoae rewltlence la HniultnAventie .( PMtlllrnflwa and >osk'a'I' I .thereon) certificate In, accordance embracea with the ln toll.vln wHutd -. ;..'I
Farm and from Starke who en- M. E. Tompkins. Sr. of Raiford Linda and Randy Johns all of ShOWER The winning side inthe Inter ,are"(iourtlAnd retiulred'! Nw.I,11.1 York.You ai i''*ar on 5tnt' of Florida o .Appear to Lena FrnnceaMyern .r crlhe .property nltuatvolIn t

joyed this celebration with Barbara and Mrs. M. Barton were awarded Starke, Jean Richard Mary and STORK mediate Training Union gave their! March', 14. 1041, In the ut>anamed: 5s'hOs. rvmdeni; and ad>lreMli wit:Krailftird K\\!', i>f SWI.<'on fly. of, NK Florida 4 */ *Slate to- :r
WMS Mrs. Wilson ... .
The honored \ anil cauao, wherein plaintiff t known I IN S3iT! \ '''o-notclt I
were marked with striped05 prizes. contests. The hostesses Leonard Dugger Billy North and contest party in the Community hiS.kH. divorce., I llradford County C'oluinbla. South CarullnaiYIMI : H."I'I ,.t HP: ', of NW% Hr.'lloiv IB. Township -
Green Wednesday afternoon Feb. a 22 K':... -
with .. Mouth Kunite" t. contnlnlnir
served cake and cookies Sunny Libhart. Hall last Friday night with about TelvKraph' .h..111..1011..... this Ordur are MtilriMl to appeav, onMarch leas.The .
20 aires inure or
cold drinks to their who 16, with a surprise stork shower In next four weekly INNIM-H., lIlt, 194'! In the above named /
:ToJWitt* guests 23 young people attending. After Wltnena. inv: hantt anil official seal (',,.uI't. a,,,,, tattle, \4horeln plaintiff aHHeHHment of sail properundr :, ,e.
JWseyVC666 .were a coterie of intimate friends. Mra. Josh! Moore of Lecanto at the home of Mrs. Eugene a variety of at "Hturke" Florida. thin February Seek, dlvorre. Krailford County TrlKra the anld certificate lenuetl was ..
came Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Croitby. The living room and dintnir games were played ,,10, 10<>. > |>h Hhull I I lush hi:::Ich thla oruHr I In, In the luinio of *%Ir.. Jonephlna Ed-
BRIIMiE C'Ll'B MEETINGMrs. decorated refreshments of frosted cup rakes (OFKICIATj SFAT.! ) A. J. Thomas, next four weekly Imuien.Wltneiia ward
R. M. Markham.Mr. room were beautifully and fruit-aid were served. C. L. Aa ("lerk of laid, Court.: : nty hanil atul official, Healnt I'lilae. *ald certificate "hull r>.
M. E. Griner entertainedthe and Mrs. C. M. Turney and ,with spring flowers. Mrs. Paul S lv" Haven. "',o."Y. l). O.Kaili Mtark.-. Klorldil' .. thin. 3ld of Fob- peiwuei,l accordlnar' to law, tax
State Farm Bridge Club at Stewart the honoree May chaperoned the occasion I II. Ilouirliin. 6f'07( t.ym ruary, 1949.OffUlal ilvcd. : will; l 1.. :ue thereof! on the ithilnv
Mrs. Clara Stahl .visaed Mr. and presented which proved a pleasurable I HI.I"* Jacknonvllla, Kin.Atty. ( $ "II. A. .1. Tlionina, nf March A. n. I941).
her- home Thursday afternoon of Mrs. Charles W. Turney in Fruit- with a lovely corsage of yellow pas I for I'lf. 2-11 4t 3-4 An Clerk. nf 10,10'1.. tinted thla 3rd day of Fobrunry.. :
last week. Azaleas. larkspur and Hv haven I'roMhv, P. C. I A. n. 1149 .
is T.urs-IMII lesT MUff land Park Sunday.Mrs. roses. time.Mr. IV '1'It 101 (iiniir r 0 I' H T nfv John .1. I lleiulcrHon.I Kaii: Pt. AURUHUn (lifflclal I Meal) A. J. Thnrna ,
.. Mra. Q. B. Colnon. won the prizeIn and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworthhave i. II it iii ,. ESuSSiSi: .,t iiicit i.I ", .'10"101"l'" ') furtif "I'lerk nf Circuit Court 12'radtor.l '
e sssrrrra-rrrrrrr rrrrrrsrssssrresstrrrrsSAPP'S J. M. Brownlee of Starke a contest, and Mrs. Donald! been recent visitors t;> Nrp <: HI I II'. IV t MI Kill tIC t IIKOHII 2-4 4t 2-85 .County. "_ Florida. 2-4 4t !-!. ;tfit
and her guests, Mrs. Earl Johnson, tune Beach. 4 III VTV. IV lSI %N i'KSttI
Martin ami Mrs. Paul Stewart I IN UK-:: ADOPTION& OK IIAZK1.8NVANSO.V ; .
Holt ard Jlmmle Johnson of Met- .
read several poems after which Mr. and Mrs. Enoa Ekinncr of '
ter Ga. visitors of Mr. and NOTK'R TO AfPKAn
the honoree opened her many use- Cocoa, have been visiting Mrs. Till.: HTATM OK FI.OK1DATl :
Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Wednes- ful Rifts. Skinner's mother, Mrs. Mamie 1 t (1 o'eo: 14W.,non a nil 1 :Mnli l ll.eai'h 'yE0k ;
Hwanaon hotel lllalr, apartment
day.Mr. Refreshments. were served to the Mrade. 107, kiT Wvet ARR

FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEB. 25 & 26 and Mrs. Cecil McRae and 25: guests by the hostesses, Mills Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand Chlcna-o., Illlnola.WIIKUKAH. 1\IRdl"OIlIHrv"I'1. IiuST v1\\
children, Andre, Richard Patricia Mr. and Mrs. It niipeari, In that rp,
Lubedla Flnholster Mrs. Eugene L.' J. Wynn are lain caiiHtt. now itondlnir' III th" clr 1
..1EXTRA and Eleanor of McIntosh wereguests Crosby, Mrs. Donald Martin, and spending two week In their house cult court. of I.he elvhth.. Judicial I clr. ..
FANCY VALLEY PHJIEBIueRosePrelude : cult I of Klorldit I In ami for Krailfordcoiinty
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mrs. Paul Stewart. trailers at Flagler Beach. Sunday,
In i hancery, wherein MnrkeInntan
Bouvier Sunday.F. Mr. and Mra. Archie Etland. Miss Klllnittiitk I I 'and KrvddlaHtrlckland .' .
W. Newton of Miami recently BIBLE rONFKRKNCK': Harvene VVatterson Klllnirton.: hla wife, pray !
and Frederick for thn adoption, of Huiel I SMaimou,
EARLY PEAS spent several days with Mr. and Everyone Is cordially Invitedto Watterson visited them at the I that, I the aald Him S *! 8\\antton la the \ !

Mrs. C. M. Turney and took; his I attend the. Bible Conference beach. minor child of Stun *,ald (doors; '1' "
Hwanflnit nlid Mabel I.eai Hwatmnand .
mother, Mrs. W. D. Newton to starting Sunday Feb. 27, and continuing Mrs. Lynn Hall spent a recent that tha nlacn. nf realdence anIlia .
R-I-C-E through March 6. The poMtofflce. addretta, otI.\ .. ..alOenrire ..1
Cans Ft. Lauderdale for ,
2 17Oz. a stay with weekend with friends In Valdosta riwailNon' unil Muliel. 1.(>Hc.HwaiiHim .,
relatives there. meetings at 8 p.m. will be con- Ga. S IN lintel I Bin I". Apartmnnt10T .

Miss Pauline Brannen of Jack- ducted by Dr. Betkwith noted Miss Martha Home 737: '.% "'eI Mndlmin *"Clrcet Chi-
I spent Tuea- nairo? I Illlnolit I I and that I there. I ll nopernnn t > "
sonville spent the past weekend Bible teacher. ; day of last week with Miss Ruth or lu"H> I in I he stnte' ofKloilila IUeT ItIC
3 lb. 39c 25c the Kurvli'H ..t a inniinniiiiIn ; CHIIIIIW
with her 'Slbh'y
--- parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. in Theressa., IA
whom would html :
The business and( program meet. I chancery upon ;, I"'O"
W Brannen. Mrs. M. L. Maynard Mrs. \\ the aalil Ueorire Hwanaon anil Multe'. ,
ing of the VMS will be held at ],..!><'\h MHunmin. you are ,Ih..ror., >
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley accompanied B. Alexander and Mitts Wilma ... ... .. '
In nld :
the Brooker Baptist Church Wed- uI 'rrI 10 is""I.a r .II. on ", I',.
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Alexander, of Starke, were Sun or hefoie the 14th day of March, "
nesday 'afternoon, March 2. All A. l) t949. otliHl'wlMH the all,.rll. ,t',!
Thrift Bradley of Jackuonvllle to Loch- day visitors here. oj ,, .
members are requested to attend. tloiiM of niild' .petItloneiM, Iii .betaken
KLEENEX loose Friday and enjoyed a day Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes of Miss Betty Home, of F. S. U.. R* ronrmmod."
of fishing. returned Monday to Tallahasseeafter It l I. furthor ordered that Ibis
TEXAS FAMOUSTAMALES Hawthorne. Mr. and Mrs. Earney order. he pulillnhnd (ini'H, enrh woek
Cecil Sewell was the guest of his Johnson and children of Luke spending! a pleasant weekend for four 1.1 oneaetitive. weeki In CU HiC
TISSUES parents Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Se- with her family. the I llrailfiird i C'onntv IVIeicrHith, a I II
: : :: : : 1W
City, and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk nttwnpu|>ur of kroii e rnl clrotifiillon' I ju juI
well, in Marlanna Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastaln df.---f
of Brooker, were Sunday guestsof
PACKAGE OF :300 Sunday.Mr. Blrt Stokes and sons, Marvin spent last Friday with relativesin
.and Mrs. Frank Cox, of and Earl. Lake City.

Orlando were visitors of Mr. and
25c Mrs. R. H. Cox Saturday. They Mr. and Mrs. Harry Breasdaleand In"I.lrlnJ&.Ih Service I

23c 3 Cans --- were accompanied by Mrs. Vernon daughter of Gainesville were. A wonderful testimonial aervlci .

Hamilton who visited Mr. and guests of Mr. Breandala's father was given at the Saturday, night $235 ACTJ

Mrs. R. H. Cox for several days I James W. Padgett, Saturday Youth for Christ with young
I..1., tll.1I1 I
before proceeding to her home In I night.We folks of all ages spontaneously p 'pl. .%eSse tea fi'wx

GOOD HEAVY Sanford. N. C. are sorry to report that and enthusiastically testifying to I

SARDINESIN Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Lawrence Williams broke his hip' the joys of a Christian life. Hev ;

Frances Caldwell were visitorsof Sunday afternoon while playing Joseph Anderson Minneapolis. In the new TOPfliglil electric milling machine, bui1tiee1cus1iLonscutuffivecatter1oauiurmur.ouIltu- /

Mrll.2. B. Caldwell in Ocala with several other children. We Minn who Is visiting In this partof -. } !

IN OIL I Satur4ay night and Sunday. Dur- wlnh him a speedy recovery. the State gave an addresS\ out more work with new ease on this quieter, fantf 'knc, a
ing their( parents' absence Misses Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge and of great Interest. Rev. and Mrs
model with its streamlined. 10-key() "keyboard. And. 1
BRIDLES June and Peggy Caldwell were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hodge/ attended Anderson are calling on the various ,

Cans ]19c with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson. the district convention of churches and Penal Institutions all-electric-a.la.). subtract, multiplies directly as ff
2 --- the Church of God held in Palatka of Florida.Mr. .
Jr. in Starke. .. your finger will move Come in-ice it to Jay.CuililoneJ .

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland and Thursday. and Mrs. W. On//
T. Saxon have )
2.75 their sons. Wayne and A. C. Jr., Mra Mike Tllgham and son and been power mutes nolle reduces vilirullon.
spending/ this week with rcla.tlves
Mrs. Pasco Mott of Gainesvillewere .1
I were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. in Valdosta Longer molor bars mean new ease of operation.

_ _ _ Plantation Rosier in Lawtey Sunday. visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. ,A.Ga.O. Pope and e Famous 10.key control pro l I Sunday of Mr. Mrs.C. here Thursday.
guests and
sons, L. G. and Beryl, of Eau Lists and iota!. to 10000000.
Mr. and Mrs and
WATERGROUND D. Sellers were Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge/ .
I II D. L. Shaw of La Cross and Mr. children' Mrs. Paul Stewart, Mr. Gallie. left Tuesday after spending a Llils, ailiis, sabtricli, mnlllpliri Ifrlritalty Ow ,

I and Mrs. Johnny Outlaw and and Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. several days with their son-in-law STUART'SCYCLE '
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward irs VHS POH1AUI lOt OUICI AND PERSONAL
children of Hague. Mattlo\ Sowells enjoyed the free ,.
G-R-I-T-S M-E-A-L G. Saxon.
I I Paul Fuascll of Ft. Bragg N. zoo Sunday afternoon.We Fred B. Cowell popular chalk
C. are glad to report that
arrived Friday to make
an artist visited the school last Temple Ave. &: 10th St.
extended stay with Mr. and Mrs. Harrell much betterat TELEGR KOI
this writing.Mr. Thursday morning, and entertained Starke, Florida
I | H. R. Linzy.
5 I the students with his Illustrated _
kJL-9c5Ib.-7 c and Mrs. .
Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. Eugene Crosby .
: R. Chnsteen accompanied by Misses Betto Jo, Ann and Elaine stories, Mr. Cowell is from .. r:::
I Culpepper Vn. and last -_ .I .. ..
Crosby Carolyn Kelly and MaryJo spent ..uHE'
1/ I
week visiting the Bradford County \\% I'
I Green were vIsiting some of ?

Mra. CroHby'a relatives near Ala- schools.

chua Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,

J\btM and Mrs. I. S. Fowler, Mr.
( \ : : SEE: UK FOr EHE1
and Mrs. Barney Fowler, and Edith

-ae and William Fowler went fishing FEEDSIIARIWAREROOFINGPAINTS I -,

In Lorhloosa Saturday. They had

good luck. .
Mrs. Reside Carlton spent the L
? ,:)
t\ weekend In Gainesville with her .
rother-ln-Ia.w and sister Mr. and IMPLEMENTSFARMERS'; ',
C\ Mrs. Mike Tilghman. NEW.LUL' u,

; 1\\t\\ Earl Green, Mrs. T. W. Markey ; i

: ({ and Mrs. Mattie SowellH made a

\t\\\t\ business trip to High Springs and SUPPLY

Alachua Monday afternoon. F..
1 ''N f Mrs. Mary Green returned Saturday lOlh I/ Cherry SI.*. '- Starki OnJlfe'
0 ; from Wllllston where she vis- 1,
\ :; j: Ited relatives and friends for several p _.s __ _=_=

days last week. \\ 6/18 _
.. ,
P1''t: tfN ... -- .Jt g5." Mr. and Mrs. Barney Johnsonand $ ___":,'I _
I1II. t t children of Lake Butler spent R--f.W -

e 'jIu.; j-' l JIs1O"r the weekend here with Blrt Stokes : .. Spnq "'........
( I ;.',- "" -- S _ _ _
1i! EtJf and son*. .' ,...,a ,.-;. --.", .., .--...._. .
r Mrs. Netta >yal I Is. visiting rela. I ." '. ... i:'..<<:. .;,..0 .-.

'I ives In Ocala "
t Mra. Mattie Sowell with Mr. ((1

1 JiOrJt ,H6dP..' and Mrs. T. W. Markey. were GOOD NEWSCOMBINATION i r1x LASTS LONow xissl

visiting! Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kelly '

.11C' gSt .LL1Ui ILDIH.1iFIf In Ziff last Sunday. They also a OF

visited) the zoo at Hampton.Mr. YOUR HOMI TOWN FA FIR S C,,, FsJ

I and Mrs. Eldon Hardy of gives yew complete. ..'....... '."1. : $ you can get the fat .Ioall
: ) ,
At'J' I : Ot8 Starke were -visiting here Monday tool new*. Yen ...... te knew all ., (Jaa Refrigerator-only! Short

that !I. .' oh II...
afternoon.Mrs. ", *'* you that. silent lasts I
/ ..h MORt U1RJI1Y( E. :J. Lewis. Mrs. Lottie Cut you live alto lr _
OU (MUIMOU HOME Edwards Mrs. O. WORLD where momentous aveejtire reason" ? Its different .1| Tue5.. "
W. AlIen
Barry. -
U6H1E" (WQI.1,1RI6KfE., In th. makine-evaur* which ing system has no
m. DOl
\ $IItSS... Lewis. and Carl Allen visited can mean to peach lo to f
8US you your
I ,novE,,, ': Mrs. Vera Allen In the Tampa job you. .h..... you, tv..,.. For Just a tiny gas /flame does the.y-... "ov'More

S t hospital last Friday. centtructive ,....... end. interpretation I I than two million families are
? .. national and. Intent. _
.;J CARl OF ThINKS:' ,.....*".".. there I I. ... substitute 'J. ;,t7' enjoying Serve! Gas Refrigerator

.'f -... ::r '! We wish to express our deepest for THI CHRISTIAN SCIENCI right now. Many have had theirs)

.....---\ I..tb"r \' appreciation to our many friends MONITOR .. .il,. I. 18 snd 20 years. And ..1of\ them'
\ 't.Iv In joy tna benefit el It....,
and neighbors for their words of will tell !
.s bait i..f.-loe.II'. nationally, you "Pick Serve It stays Jno j

kindness the beautiful flowers, Internationally with your local e.free.wear.C,..year after year."

< and other expressions of sympa paper. and The Christian Science :

III \ ;, v..1 thy extended to us during the recent M.".,.'. -

Illness and death of our be. LISTEN TtieidW nights ever FREE lOOK

iJa loved wife and mother. May God ABC ".'i_* to "The ChristianSeieMo ...-. 4 1 Afarr.irWMTt
: "
Monitor View th. Newt.
bless you aJl.--.Jaln. W. Padgettand McSriJ.
And see th. coupon -
family. today. for tpecial i... a atreducfory *. tills why lh.r.*t
subscription. ) fund* :r ....h d.fff' ..i.r. '.n t..
We wl h to express our appreciation :::..:. $1 w frigvrator. ...It .how 10

for the kind words ... .. I .h._th.rt.hl on for
;I KIICIU.nI many The c.."".. lei. Mealier _
r: II -.-. YOUR fU"(1f and beautiful flowers extended ( One, H....." St.. s..,_ 1 1. M..... U f A your horn Slap in and
I cuT fAR.AlflIf i and ....... ..'sd me ... (ejfre4iM.errMripneo _ _ (.t your eVv* ropy of 'I
; so I/JTLl./ .. : us during our baby's Illness ... .. The Ckrtatte feto. .... IDaMJ. 8to->," by...
? com death. May God bless all. .fHl*. .beloved. ...eett.r.I .
so "uCH'1' you Meaner- 14 IN_.. I ..wI. 'liittyt .
cPOlS Mr. and Mrs. John Lyles. I"N.n't rfvlay.. lK>o I put I I.I
.I IT letting ytHirok
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\TUNE IN: HElEN HAYES.THE ELECTRIC$ :: { JnT hat .hard-to-gel. pnwtlco paper t_" SLADE GAS CO.Phone

Th1AThE-SUNDAYS 9 P.M.EST-CBS ._.. for student, ruled and plain. In .. I .
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production spectacles in been responsible for so many past

families call Indian Beach "home" the year 'round. New 'Holiday On Ice' Returns To Gator Bowl the sparkling great, new "Holiday On Ice successes, headed by George p>

Telegrapl At the present time Indian Beachcrs reach their homes over a Scenes of 1919", including\ "Phantasy InPlastic" Tyson, fortnoat Ice-showman of
Bradford County With Host Of Champs Spectacular "Ro-
; Moods",
trail-type sand road, turning off the Keystone-Melroae highway. "Viennese the nation.
ESTABLISHED 1B79rbllBh E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCft>EOITON I There are several low places along the road that in wet weather are Starring over a hundred of thi Royal Sweethearts of the Ice, mance In Old Spain", "The, "Holi
well-nigh impassable. Members of the Board of County Commission world'a finest ice skating atari. Murray Galbraith and Dorothy of Dreams", and the -
d Every Friday and Entered m. Bocon era visited this area Tuesday to see the set-up at first hand In orderto Including the best of the old< Goos. Then there are the merry day Greetings". In all of these

Cisam Matter at the Pont Office at Starke, Ft determine what might be done to better the situation. favorites, and with the most daz mad-caps of fun, Fred Holly and beautiful and colorful scenes, the the

This part of Bradford County, once considered of no practical zling and spectacular new ward Bob Day: America's greatest lovely "Glamour-leers"ensemble are, as called, LOLLY NOIIUILSi"
( ) 1949 of costumes made, the speed demon, former Olympic girls of the
MEMBER {J robe ever
value to the County, la now seen to have very definite possibilities. all new and greater 1949 edition champion -Leo Frelslnger; the along with their escorts, the hand- tIE ouy1IM
,r.; Property owners at Indian Beach already pay M.500 in taxes an- curvaclous" Kar- "Ice-Squires", add charm,
$2.50 Annually $1J50 For SU of "Holiday on Ice" will make Its rythm gal, lovely some CORN
Iptlan nually, with the pro pect of valuations in that part of the county annual appearance in Jacksonvlll< en; the International juggling rhythm and speed to the two and pOp .

continuing to increase. at the Gator' Bowl beginning 01 star, Kay Farelll; the dynamic one-half hour ice skating and .... .N
We welcome our new neighbors at Indian Beach and look forward Thursday, March 3. Ice-stylist and spinning star, Tony musical extravaganza.The cRISP TENpt'ti,

to becoming better acquainted with them cut soon as Improved Advance reports and review) LeMac; the ice-dancing genius, all new "Holiday On Ice of DEIICIOUSr, :

roada make their. delightful section of Bradford County more accessible. praise the new. production ai Ted Meza, and the lovable veteran 1948" was created and producedby
character actor and ice-humorist, ASKfOOH G O IHIALEAH'S
the fastest, funniest, and greatest Phil Hlaer. the same expert staff that has
of all the previous editions.
VIEWPOINT THOUGHTS ON I''RKISGIETER."I: Many of the all-star championship Undoubtedly the most Important -

The Telegraph has been accused of being both for and against performers again to be seer addition to the new. cast Is the
In the new production are familial one and only Bobby Blake, lc'!!-
i the proposed parking meters for Starke-and maybe, after all, that
COMING: TO TUB FORE to enthusiasts, headlined by the dom'a "King of Swing", former
KEYSTONE IIEIGIITS sums up our feeling in the matter about as well aa anything could.We're .
At a recent banquet of the Keystone Heights Chamber of Commerce "for" parking meters when we're looking for a place to on the 23: chapter-owned farm originator atar of "Ice of "jive Follies"on ,ice.and" the

a speaker referred to that lovely little city aa "a second Or park a few minutes for a penny, and "against" 'em when we wantto In the atate.According.
Other new faces, and further
lando" of the future. stay longer than we first Intended and have to run back and feed to a recent reportof

Taking the realistic viewpoint, we all know that It will be many, the kitty. We're "for" parking metera when we consider that they the State Department of Education new streamlined thrills are "Holiday featured On in Ice"the

many years (If ever) before Keystone Heights could hope to matcl I might (If enforced) break up the habit of business people leaving Florida's Future Farmer In new the: persona of: Henry Lie, the
Orlando In size. However, In natural beauty and charm It has little their cars on Call Street all day, and "against" 'em when reminded earned more than $709,000 last Norwegian stilt skating champion;

to yield, even now, to Orlando or any other city of Ita alze In Florida that some of our farmer friends might balk at the necessity of.using year from their farm work. Witha Paul and Yvon LeDuc, comedy-

Those who have had occasion to attend public meetings or soda a meter on their weekend marketing trlp3 to Starke.In capital Investment of $409,292 novelty show-stoppers from Cana-

gatherings at Keystone Heights In recent months have been Im other words, on a matter as controversial aa parking meters, In farm lands, buildings and equipment da; Tommy and Susan LaVonne,

premed with high calibre citizen that this quiet community on no one with' even a halfway open mind can Bay that he is "all for"or the boy-farmers averaged with breathtaking acro-adaglo '
"Beautiful Lake Oeneva" la attrartlng. Of especial value to Key tonp "all again lit" the issue. There are Indisputably good and bad pointson earnings amounted to $310 apiece; ,. creations; and Jackie Reese, the
FFA earned World
Many boys as high at
is the Influx of new families brought there by the llmentte mining both aides, and the only possible way to arrive at a decision In Jl.Ono during the year. most daring tumbler on" blades. [ .y a m o us

development at Camp B'andlng.( Perhaps a dozen new families have the matter would be to tabulate carefully all the good effects and Their contribution to. general There are seven lavish and

settled In Keystone In connection with this operation and are addingSsoch all the 111 effects and see which are predominant
farm life In the state can be seen
to the social and cultural life of the community. Frankly, we think that exaggerated claims are made by both the by the education department's

Another stimulating force In Keystone Heights has been the recent advocates and the opponents of parking metera. We do not think report listing 'some of the FFA AUTO Flamingo Day

organization there of a Rotary Club and the fact that forty-flvi: that they will be a panacea for all of Starke's traffic problems, achievements. During and ff'ei!

Rotarian and Rotary Anna from there attended an Inter-city meetingIn neither do we think they will force any merchant out of business In school hours the Future Farmer 3ERVICE'iBXPA1

Jacksonville last week .Is evidence a-plenty of the enthusiasm of: six months. I till some 3.000 acres of soil. Last VI
Its membership. Better relations between! Starke and Keystone hav Whether or not the individual likes the convenience of being able year they repaired about 861 farm :

already benefitted Immeasurably because of the visiting, back and to find a parking place when he wants one, or objects to the "nui machines and 6.841 pieces'Of farm
'in the two towns. sance" of having to use a meter, Is largely a personal matter. Nothingwe equipment. They grew( 1,513 home Thursday March 3
forth, of Rotarians gardens canned 324,832 quarts of ,
the would change such personal feelings.
could say on subject
We predict a bright future for Keystone Heights and, Indeed, the neither'"fer" foodstuffs and saved their moneyto
At the present time we're 'em nor "agln" 'em-we
entire lake region of which it Is the hub. Property on these lovely the tune of $',811 In chapter-
simply feel that we are not qualified to speak' with an authoritativevoice.
takes has been In brisk demand In recent years as more and more purchased U. S. Bonds.In PHONE 118
If the City Council carries out Its present Intent of installing
people discover the Joys of living In this area, not only during vaca addition, they maintained over
meters In our business district, we will undoubtedly() be able to give BODY & FENDER
Jon time, but around the calendar.GLU1'INO 2,000' acres of pine forests, constructed -
you a more definite opinion about six months from-now.Pine 180 miles of' Irellnes. WORK A SPECIALTY

Another ACQUAINTED delightful spot-only WITH a INDIAN stone's BEACH throw from IeyatoneIscoming ]I I FUTURE 1,000,000"operations had 42,000" ,pine faces and trees set In out gum during more farming than last Cars Si Ke-BiiHh PIckups Front. .End. $10 Flamingo ParadeBirds

in, at long last, for a bit of attention. Level alone.NOW .
Until a short time ago If you mentioned Indian Beach It li FARMER WEEK year Brakes Re-lined

probable that ninety percent of the people of Bradford County would l By Mr*. II. M. McRae t'" -- |Cars Si Pickup -.- 4112Above are paraded only once a year
think you were talking about some new development along the east... February 19-29 Is National Future IS THE TIME Trier. Include Parts
i I.
or west coast of Florida Rev. W. E Hall was called tfBoHtwIck Farmers of America Week. FOJl & Labor

We hope, however, that after they see the pictures and read the Baptist Church last Sun I The Future Farmers, of America New Dunlop Tires t Tubes

article in this Issue of the Telegraph Bradfordites will realize that day afternoon to conduct funeral now In Its 91st year, has come 6.00x16 TI..... As Low As 10.31:
of their county-even if It Is in the to represent an Important influence -
Indian Beach Is a part own services for Sgt. Hilton Wllkerson,
in life of rural America. (Tax Included)
extreme southeast tip. As the article and map in this week's paper 31-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.. the

wm show, Indian Beach la a sub division along the eastern shore of N. A. Wilkerson, who was killed Current membership organization in the is Ammonium Sulphate, 10 lb. Flamingo StakesThe
schoolboy-farmer :
Santa Fe Lake. The first few houses were built during the early days In action In the South Pacifies 260,000 in the nation. Presidentof Bags
construction has proceededat He was born In Putnam County,
at World War II, and since that time the national FFA Is a Brad-
where he lived until called to the *4 Allowance On Your Old
a brisk rate until now there are sixty substantial homes lining ford boy-Doyle Conner,
Kentucky Derby of the South
service. Battery On A New FORD
UK ftiorf of Santa Fe In this particular area. Some of the homes are of Starke.In .
Mrs J. F. Schultz of Pltt burg We have everything
rimed for weekend and vacation purposes, but more than a dozen Florida there are 8,100 FFA
arrived Sunday morning for a visIt need for the small plot. or
In 126 FFA chapters
with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Me- boys organized farm Motor Co. I
in CS Florida counties Enrolled

Rae.Mrs.. I in vocational agriculture ALSOCOMPLETE .
T. N. N I classes in the school of the atate : LINE
Hellbronn and Mr. and Mrs. Barney -
Sew n9 Save! Eggers and son of Jackaontvtlle I the FFA boys learn the latest HARDWARE ITEMS

were visiting the II. M. Me- I farming practices and techniques, FARM IMPLEMENTS

'Uaes\ Monday. 'work cessfully their combine own farms classroom, and cue Instruction TOOLS.ETC.TIUMJLUE SHOP AND SAVE AT YOUR

.Mr B. M. of Gainesville
In farming with on-tlia-
,pent- Saturday night with
I farm experiences.
with the Mrs Myrick and attended
i They practise all types of 5-
amazingthe 'church' here Sunday. farming known in Florida, from S.- .
Miss Barbara Richie of Starke
citrus to watermelons, from raidIng -
spent Thursday night with Miss chickens to breeding Brahman

Gwendolyn McRae. -and all according to the latent
The farmers here are planting; I
methods to
and newest as taught
sugar cane and already have their
them by specially trained vocational CLEANER --
spring vegetable gardens growing. 1
agriculture SI'ECItL PRICK
world'sfinest i Mrs. Alma Starling was called Some of the schoolboys operate WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
to Jacksonville last $1.50
again week
I their own farms share operation

tetelo5 UV.e0, because Mr. and of Illness Mrs In Robert her family.Myrick with, or their work parents for other, rent farmersIn farmland BRADFORDHARDWARE'CO. Cube STEAK lb. 45c BACON Snuares lb. 24c

sewing 'a Guaranteed% and daughter, Kathy, were visit- the community. Many of the -

Good Ing Mr. and Mra. Robert Taylor work ,
machine Housekeeping young agriculture students .
of Jacksonville Monday

Z levnlnte ltd BIRTHDAY Pork LIVER lb. 33c Fresh Pork HAMS lb. 43c
A birthday CELEBRATION dinner was enjoyedat I Yes The Tourists And Transients Like ,

., .
e Our Food r .
home I
the of Mr. and Mrs. I A. T) rl

y/ Makes Buttonholes v' Sews* on'' Buttons their Crosby daughter last Sunday Gloria in on honor her seventh of- I But we still have time to cater Brisket BEEF, lb. 33c Smoked BACON Ih. 39c

birthday anniversary When )F's.S,, to the home folkllVe appreciate ,
Embroiders / Darns Gloria and her little friends re- '
Sews Zag / \
Zig I
/ business and always

lSews Forward and Reverse Monograms dining turned white from table linen Sunday cloth waa centered spread School witha witha the j I try to pli-aj your. our friends at home. FRANKFURTERS, lb. 40 Fresh MULLET, lb. 22cCHOPPEDNO. I

;. Avoilobt./ In haadtom Con.ol'., Oeik and '''''II''''. tnedtlt.- beautiful' birthday cake. Chil- -

dren who enjoyed this occasion Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's HEINZ OR GERDERS
.were Delores and Dorothy New- 2 CANS
i L G. HEMINGWAY mans, Beverly Jo Crosby, Janice LUNCH 50c

I l Conner, arid Kathy Myrlck her' ISc Baby Food 3 for 25c
Starke Fla. I SAUERKRAUT 2 -
224 S. Thompson' .St. _:.. -.J slaters Pansy and Joyce and her GUIDON GRILL ,
brothers Jimmy and Charles.
Other dinner guests were Mrs.J. GEO. KOPELOUSOS
F. Schulte of Plttsburg. Mrs.B. Wesson Oil 1 25
I pi. <<:
I II M. Myrick of Gainesville, Mr. ,

1..a+G..tty,, I'ary'cG..I' I and Gloria's Mrs.grandparents Robert Myrlck, Mr., and and LOOK TO CHARLESAt 33 Bleach, 2 qts. -ISc

Mrs. H. M. McRae. JUNGLE' QUEEN''


?: I Lake Geneva To Keep make That scratches"Body, dents or Beautiful"We nicksa Spry or Crisco 3 lb. 75c C 0 ::9E E

Ily Blanche Cunningham thing of the past and what an

I eye for color our man has! So helpus .
you'll never know you've been
Guests In the home of Mrs. Ida
Gentry and daughter Lillian, the touched. VET, NO. 1 CANS Annour's
MILK 2 f for 19c
past week were Mr. and,, Mrs. Fred WE REALLY TAKE THE DENT OUT OF ACCIDENTSo ,
Haase of Chicago, HI., Mr. and 2Sc
FOOD 3 for
Mrs R. L. Chrlatlanberry of De- let's get. acquainted. We know DOG -

land, Frank Hlckman of Lan- your car inside and out, and would Green Cabbage 2 lb. SC

caster, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. like to meet. you. too! And want. you ,
Bush of Lake Park, Ga., and Mr.
know better.
to us
and Mrs. W. O. Watkins of Jack- GREEN TOP

DEMANDS PERFECT PERFECT GROOMING CLEANING sonville.Mrs.Mr.Arnold and, Mrs.Carlson Ray and Forsythe Mra., CHARLES Thank you,TORRUELLA Birds Eye Frozen Foods: CARROTS, 2 bunches ISc

Blanche Cunningham were Jack

have the poise and confidencethat sonville callers Friday. KILN DRIED
Well-groomed women Mra. T. M.: Finley and daughter,
goes with immaculate clothing. You'll feel Martha Sue. and daughter-in-law, Wheel Alignment Complete General LIMA BEANS; 11>. 44c Sweet
clothes that we've SPKCLXL Motor Overhaul Potatoes 3 Ih. 25c
smartly dressed if you step out in Mrs. Leonard Hamm and baby
dry cleaned for you. You'll admire the freshness were in Jacksonville Monday For We k Beginning ,. SPECIAL ,

imparted by skilled pressing; and the life and the Terrill W. Cunningham aviation Mon., Ffb." 28 For This Week Also GARDEN PEAS lb.- 29c GOLDEN
vibrant color renewed by expert dry cleaning. Be ordnanceman of' the Naval Air -

groomed to perfection. Send your wearables to us Station, Jacksonville, spent the CORRECT CASTER Complete Parts .A Labor Ripe BANANAS 21b. 19c
weekend at his home here.
with confidence. CAMBER TOE IN 4 Cyl. Cars 55.50 '
Yonge student of Gainesville, STEERING 6 CyL Cars 68.50 RED
PHONE 135 spent Sunday with, her parents
315 Mr. and Mr. L. N. Wagner.Mr. 8 CyL Cars 87.50
' and Mrs. Ray Forsythe left $6.00 BRUSSELS SPROUTS, lb. 30c Delicious Apples 21h 29c
I Temple Tuesday on a business trip to V 8 Fords 72.00 .
ConnellsviUe, Fa. They expect to
p AT be gone several! weeks.
Mr. and Mra. Gllea Phillips and REMEMBER: You don't have to get this work done

Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilds and eon during this* week of the Special, but you must place Phone 231 I WE DELIVER Phone 231
of Jacksonville spent a few hours your order on or before March 7. ,
., STARKE, FLA. Sunday at their home here on the



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and miniature wooden calendula. In exquisite arrangements Miss Madge Brownlee of Starke i. S S S S S S S S I.... C'tllf"I'T. ('01 "'r. IIII\I>FI>HI> I published In Urmlford County Flor-i In Circuit C....... II...'... (' :r
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candy cups OIIFl.OtllUt I l\ IIUNIKIIV. I "'I..ld... lie C.........,..
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hatchets. Ice cream and coca colas were placed to advantageIn and Mrs. Harry Hammerachmldt nteil lit Rtnrk, Florida this 3rd McCnhe..
Mubrl 1 .
Plaintiff V
used for the of Jacksonville Beach visited JIm. HamptonBy Albert. W. Ohllden. Plaintiff, v* clay of Felnunrv A. D. 1041.
State Farm were served with the cake. In the rooms party. Charli'H Chllderv, ufendunt. Cane munil J !McCabe Defendant.
Williams and Steve Prize winners at this meetingwere mte Chasteen who as an Air No.'; 7124.OUDKR. A. .7. TIIMAS No. 71 IS.

By Mrs. Bryan WhltfleU contests and Joe Betty Hardin were prize win Mrs. L. F. Chapman who Cadet with the Navy Reserves S S S Mm.S M.S O.S Swroney S S S NOTH-K': OK1 PfBMCATIOMAM TO AI'i'IiAItISTA'l'Ii ( :- ,(\SKAM. '.. Adkln, Jr.Clerk AttortiKV Circuit fur Court.!'.- Order or Pnhllentlon to AppearHtato nnd :% '-f

also afforded received a package of gift wrap, Is stationed In Pensacola. l''II'! KLOttlCA' &I'hiirle tltIOI1.". J-u 4t I.. of Florida tot
ners. Impromptu games ::4'n l
S S S S S S .
Mrs. Tom :Air. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwellhad C'hIilr, w husa r..hlelI.I I. un '.. MCnte whose rn.tenc', .
fun. The hosts were assist pings as high prize; W. M. V. KNTERTAIXEO known.Yon. In CircuIt ( urt. ll..nUu.tf Ccmulr dnen. In'" : 2014 DeWitt 1'la"e.
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION whose award for second as their luncheon guests FrI. Mrs. Ira J. to Kliirhlm In C Sencery.ii.'rschptl New) York
ed in hospitalities by Mrs. Tom Conners, Rusha was hostessto are required" appear cm :
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates honored box of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson :March 14. 104k" In the aho"" immid K. ITonliv. rinhillff. v.. You are required. to .pp... i
a day the 'V.
was M. U.
Connera. high score soap on Thursday Court a nil cuu*... wherein plnlntlffmtekrt .. Alvlo Hurley, Croaby iinfuiiilnnt., March 7, 194H. In the above
their daughter Barbara. witha and :Mrs. Dennis Fancher who Jr. 'and Mrs. A. W. Anderson. Sr. afternoon of last week. Mrs. T. divorce anil renturatlon of ('ace No.:. 7100.Orilrr 1 ) Court and "*".... wherein ..
mitlden 0,1 illS. Hrndford 4'mintvTvlt of PhIIc.thc l '..'1,.,. <.. peek* divorce.I Kradford County
STORK SHOWER held the lucky card in bingo wona 'of Starke and their guests. Mrs. E. Simmons led the Devotional n ; : :
Club- .
party at the Community >ir..ph Nhull puMlnh this Older tpvenr. ,NIeCe of plorliln tat egraph ehall puhilfih) thIs
Mrs. W. E. Feagle Mrs. R. M. handkerchief. To her tea guest Eddie Schwab and her baby daugh ,with the topic "Sufficient for In next four, weekly Ineuen.Wltnenn A lvi. (llurt.iy I'ronljy. hu..t r*.ldtnce l- next four weekly Jo....*. .
house Friday afternoon February the hostess Anna Ruth of Pittsburgh Pa. my! hnnil anil orflrfut seal In unknown' I Witness. mv hand and official'
Mrs. Nelle Beavers : All". Plans were made at this : : :
S. Crews
and Mrs. P. '
Markham 'ioriIa. 0
at Htarke, } this February Ynu at Starke, .Florida this
the honor. Bre required to
18. The occasion was w\re hostesses at the homeof presented: a dainty apron. A salad I Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers Pa. time for the Home Mission Pro. 1949. February anth, I mil, in appear I h. hove on I 3. 1949. I t
ee's eighth birthday anniversary. joint course was served at the conclusion tricia Willard and their vialtora gram. to be held at the Baptist (lF..IC'I.RBA: I.) A. J. Thomn. imnipil Court and "a".., nhrroln (Ofriclal Seal!) A. 3.
Mrs. Feagle Saturday afternoon A" Clerk uf euld court. plaintiff cooks. dlvorro. iHilfnnl, An Clerk of aald
Patriotic decorations emphasizing when they a shower In of the games.BIRTHDAY. Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburndale Church -Thursday.. March 3. (ltirruptl. shall publish thin ny Jtnven Crosby P. C. f\\
gave were Sunday supper guests of This will Include an meet. H. ll .... S04-03 l Duarnnty Order four weekly imnivii o'. '
all-day )
the theme of Washington'sBirthday honor of Mrs. C. D. Sellers. Artistic PARTY Life Ul Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rivers in Atty for I'lf. 3-4 41
Ing. with a covered dish luncheon. .
4t I.
fur rif. 8-11 Stmke .
made attractive back. of calendulaand : FluildH. thl* January
an arrangements Little Martha Susan Ritch celebrated .
Graham. ar 1949.UFFICIA!
Mrs. Rusha served her guests
ground for the two dining tables ferns were used advantage the third anniversary of I iv 'RC'I'I'r' C'OI H'r. tin. titrocu11)I ( ?. BRAT. A. .T TlmrnnnAn J50db.
in the ously as decorations. The elementof her birthday at the home of Mr. S delicious homemade cakes and ",'II" ONIU'i. 1 .. "'IS t. "Ink of said| Court. .. of .'11..11....... for TnrNotice '
with their appointments cookies with coffee. The Janu- < KHV.Audrey: Ky Haven t'ro.bytJ. C. In hereby nlven. That 1
chosen red. :.white and blue color surprise added to the enjoy. and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde Tuesday : : Radell. Plaintiff, vn. Kenneth .ninilvn. f. Kdwardn.: holder of .
ment of the occasion. culminatingIn 22. Sharing BrookerBy : ; ary meeting was held at the homeof hadell, Defendant. Ce.. .io. In Irrult' roe.<. nrodfiiril ( ....sd.FI.rIIet ,.I Certificate No. 27D, third d... ,
schema. The traditional cake was afternoon February
Mrs. J. W. Home with a large UU.ORDER I. C Imnrvrr. I AIIIIII.t A. 1) 1931 hao. filed ; ,
unique in that its decorations and the presentation to the honor this happy occasion with Martha OT PITI1.1OATIOV- Alvin l.'. .Myr, PlAintiff. vn. Lana. certlflonto In my office and
attendance. ANt> NOTlrH TO AFPKAll8TATK Krancpii )1)'..., tivfondant.. Cacao No.
In a Mra. Stewart application for tax deed to
of Paul
tapers were in these colors. Places guest lovely baby gifts Susan were her mother Mra. OK KL.OIUUA: Kenneth 71M

for the boys and girls from the prettily decorated unbrella. Mrs. Carlyle Ritch. Jimmie Rltch Ann. S S S S S S S SSI'Rl'RISE T. r. PRTY It......II, w hone renldence In I llHinlluAvtnue Order o( lnhllpii. lun mid >o..l.'. I tall thereon lertlflcate In accordance embrace with the

Farm and from Starke who enjoyed M. E. Tompklns Sr. of Raiford Linda and Randy Johns all of The winning side In the Inter. Courtlnnd New .York.You 1' spp..rStale 'lowlnir deitcrlhe .property .\
STORK SHOWERThe arevrefiulre.il to appear!' on of riorldit to L"nn l'rnnc'oeMysre. In Hrnilford County, Klnrlda .
this celebration with Bar and Mrs. M. Barton were awarded Starke, Jean Richard Mary and mediate Training Union gave their March: 14. ll>4':, In the afto\e: nuinulCourt : who. .....Irllce and adilieii I wit: H\V'',' of W"'i of NEIA !I.
WMS, honored Mra. Wilson mid cauau.. wherein plaintiff limt, known In 2:t CM Twn-ntitvh Kii,,,tl., ,
The hostesses I of t4F. of SectionIff
bara marked with striped prizes. contests. Leonard Dugger Billy North and contest party in the Hrndfurd i
.were Green afternoon Feb. CommunityHall nneka dlvorct County Columbia, Houth: CarollnaiYou I I ship A Hmith RHHIKO 22 Kant '
served cake and cookies with Sunny Llbhart. Wednesday I last Friday night with about Tnleirrnph nhall "..bll.h thin Victor are Miilrttd| tu nPI'(*''. onMurrh talnlnff 20 acre tnoro or len.
16 with a surprise stork showerat In next four. weekly iNnuen. : ?lh. ]n4''I. Iti the nbovo named, .
7RdkiYAff cold drinks to their guests who 23: .. .. j The annennment nf nald I "" 4 4tinIor
young people attending. Aftera Wltnenn inv liand ,1 official neal c iurt nnd ," .r. heroin plaintiff ..: .
tdSC :were a coterie of Intimate friends. Mra. Joule Moore of Lecanto the home of Mrs. Eugene of nt Htiirke, Flurldit.. I hi. Februury or-kM dlvorro.I linidford founty TrliKraph the nald certificate l ,.
variety !
came Friday to visit Mr. and Mra. Crosby. The living room and dinIng games were played to. 11)49oPKK'IAb) I shell puhllnh: :: thin Older, In, In the. .nil.... of Mr.. Joaephlno :
BRIDGE CLl'B MEETINGMrs. decorated refreshments of frosted cup rakei ( 8I'!AT.> A. J. Thonutn, next four weekly iHNileM.WIn WardS.l'nlse.
) K. Markham.. !! room were beautifully and fruit-aid served. C. L. A* Clerk of nnl.l Court. "NH. lily hnntl and official nr.nl inld certificate .
M. E. Griner entertainedthe Mrs. C. M. and with spring flowers. Mrs. Paul were l l'y llrtven t'ronlty I>. I*. at Mtarko. !o'iurhhl. this 3rd of h'011'\ ferleeni arcnrdlnpv I to luw. :
Mr. and :
: ;
May chaperoned the occasion deed will 1 lea therenri on
Zilch II. llmiKliia. 05-807 I.ynrhllldif
: /,666OnTaettnlAallMlTnaulf State Farm Bridge Club at Mrs. Clara Stahl visited Mr. and Stewart presented the honoree which proved a pleasurable .. ., Jucknonvlllo, "'In.I (:'MrJlnIIOtO I -",I) .\. T Thninim, ilnv of March. A. IX 1944.
herhome Thursday afternoon of Mrs. Charles W. Turney In Fruit. with a lovely corsage of yellow pas I Ally for IMf. :S-ll 4t 3-4 An Clerk of nald I'ourl.Pv : botr.) thin 3rd day of ...-'
Haven frnnhv. r>. C. ., A. 1). 3'149.
last week. Azaleas. larkspur land Park Sunday. roses. time.Mr. IV TIIM, disCs i ir {' fi i' IIT OKr .John .\I..n.IMI..n.\ KHI|1.. Rr AuKtlfl- OfriclHl Heat) A. J. :
Mrs. O. B. Coition won the prizeIn and Mrs. G Wadaworth I. t> It III (. KKJIIIII .5. mrii.. hue KliirldD Atty. for I'lf I'leik uf ('Irduit. Court, Pr
- - - ------ Mra. J. M. Brownlee of Starke Donald have been recent visitor to Nep C''te'II'I'. .IMM. > K.lll llllll.FOIIII :3-4 I 4t :5-25 'ounty I Flu.''''''. I.. 4t
contest. and Mrs. '
and her guests Mrs. Earl Johnson a till N I'V. IM C II C>.. l'lll.IV : .
Martin and Mrs. Paul Stewart tune Beach. UK:: ADOl'TKJ.N ll IIAzlit.:
Holt and Jimmie Johnson of Met.
STORE read several poems after which Mr. and Mrs. Knos: Eklnner of tlWANlOS.NO'I'WF..
A PP A n
ter, Ga. were visitors of Mr. and Tn
the honoree opened her many use Cocoa, have been visiting Mrs THK HTATW OK PU>IIII>A
Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Wednea- Skinner's Tt'': flHorare. Hwiinnon, .1 lot Mattel!
mother Mrs. Mamie
day. gifts. l.on.'h i4wa lice a, lintel( I Illalr, npnrtmeiit -
Refreshments were served toe! Meade 14)7.) 7:11: Went Madlnull

SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY. FEB. 25 & 26 Mr, and Mrs. Cecil McRae and 25 guests by the hostesses, Miss Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wattersonand fhlcnwo. ., Illlnola., tltre.I'1. UST 1
\VHKKIAH: : It appear In that certain
children Andre Richard. Patricia Lubedla Plnholster. Mrs. Eugene Mr. and Mra. L. J. Wynn are vauna now piMidlnir I In I tho <'IroulL $
I and Eleanor of McIntosh were Crosby Mrs. Donald Martin and upending two weeks In their house curt, of the elichth. Judicial, circuit "t'e.: .
EXTRA FANCY VALLEY PlUMEBlueRosePrelude : t of Florida. I In nnd for ltrcI frI,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mrs Paul Stewart. trailers at Flagler Beach. Sunday ,
County. In chnnoery) herein Murkeliiiunit
Bouvier Sunday.F. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eiland. Miss. I l tt lllnKtnn t I and Freddie' -

W. Newton of Miami recently BIBLE rONFKRENCK Harvene Watterson and Frederick 8trl for
EARLY PEAS spent several days with Mr. and Everyone Is cordially Invitedto Watterson visited them at the Mint tics mild. MII.H| Hwnniion. I I.* the OPti k

Mra. C. M. Turney and took: his attend the. Bible Conferenre beach. 14 minor wan. ani.child and of Mabel the I..h ail. ftwuliHnr* neoriti, ,

mother Mrs. W. D. Newton to starting Sunday. Feb. 27. and con. I Mrs. Lynn Hall spent a recent and S that the pluco of renldenco niul
R-I-C-E tinuing through March 6. The tIle potdofftco .......r.... of the nalill .
Ft. Lauderdale for
2 17-Oz. Cans a stay with weekend with friends In Valdosta. >....rll.* Hwannrin. finil Mattel T.PHihHviitiHon .
relatives there. meetings at 8 p.m. will be con I. hotel. hitch, Apartment.
ducted by Dr. Backwlth noted Ga.Miss 107 717: WooL MiullHitn, ",'.,.,-,-1. fillCIIKO .
Mlsn/ Pauline Brannen of Jack. Martha Home
< spent In
'I llllniiln, ant that I there tin
sonville spent the past weekend Bible teacher. day of last week with Miss RuthSibley ........." or pernonn In I the State itfl \
3 lb. 39c 25cKLEENEX l 1"lul'l Idii< I lie .....vll-a of 11 nuitimotinIn :
with her parents Mr. and Mis, In Thereasa.
-- The business and program meeting ,cliiinceiv upon w honl would, hh..1Iho : :
R. W. Brannen.Mr. Mrs M. L. Maynnrd Mrs.V.. nald. fliinrvo Hwannon und Mattel,I :
of the WMS will be held at '! Ieat h MwaiiHiiti, are therefore.
: you .
and Mra J. M. 'B. Alexander
Bradley accompanied and Miss Wilma
In nn
the Brooker Baptist Church Wed. ordered to appear cnune
Mr. and Mrs. ReeseBradley i Alexander of Starke were Sun. or Itefore "lie 14th' dny nf March
ne day afternoon March 2. All A. 11. tail, ntherwlne the alleicutlonn -
Thrift of Jacksonville to Loch.
visitors here.
members arp requested to attend day of nald I petitioner.* will b.
loosa Friday and enjoyed a day I Mr and Mrs. Frank Stoke of Miss Betty Home of F. S. U.,. taken .iou confunHnd
of fishing returned to It In further ordered that thin
TEXAS FAMOUSTAMALES: Hawthorne Mr. and Mrs. Earney Monday Talluhasxee, order. lie. puhllithed I once each week '
Cecil Si-well was the guest of his Johnson and children of Lake after spending!! a pleasant weekend for four. TISSUES parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Se. with her family. the llradfold, 1 Cnuntv TeleKraph: aiMiwnpaper WI* '
City and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk of irnnural I c I r'u tIlt Ion
vvc'll In Marianne Saturday and 'Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chaatntn
of Brooker were Sunday guestsof .,
Sunday.Mr. spent last Friday with relativesIn .
300 ,
PACKAGE OF Blrt Stokes and sons, Marvin
and Mrs. Frank: Cox of Lake City.
and Earl.
Orlando were visitors of Mr. and
25cGOOD Mrs R. H. Cox Saturday. They Mr. and Mrs Harry Breasdule Inspiring Yimth Si'rIv.' '

23c 3 Cans .-- were accompanied by Mrs. Vernon and daughter of Gainesville were A wonderful testimonial service

Hamilton who visited Mr. and guests of Mr. Brea dale's father was given at the Saturday night

Mrs. R. H. Cox for several days James W. Padgett Saturday Youth for Christ, with young .

before to her home In folks of all ages spontaneously 1'1. U.III
proceeding night.We p. S e,5 ecel e ICS
HEAVY Sanford. N. C. are sorry to report that and enthusiastically testifying to p.L ..-..
SARDINESIN Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and I Lawrence Williams broke his hip' the joys of a Christian life. Hev. "'"

Frances Caldwell were visitorsof Sunday afternoon while playingwith !! Joseph Anderson. Minneapolis In tile new TOPflight, electric adding nidcliino liiiilt-m St.$1

WORKBRIDLES Mr .. J. B. Caldwell In Ocala several other children. We Minn who Is visiting in this part -tccl cimliions eut ol1i'ec( ,coulter: to a murmur.You'll turnout

OIL Saturday night and Sunday. During wish him a speedy recovery.Mr. of the State. gave an addrpnri more work with new ease on this quieter faster
their parents' absence Misses and Mrs. Truby Hodge and of great Interest. Rev. and Mrs.
trrnmlineil () And it'c
model with its 10-key keyboard.
June and Peggy Caldwell were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hodge attended Anderson are calling on the various

with Mr. and Mra A. W. Ander the district convention of churches and Penal! Institutions all.el'drc-a.JJB, subtracts multiplies directly) as fait. ;

2 Cans --- 19c the Church of God held In Palatka of Florida. .
son. Jr. in Starke.Mr. as your fingers will move. Come in-see it tod..,.

and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland and Thursday. I
2.75 their sons Wayne and A. C. Jr., Mrs. Mike Tllgham and son and been Mr. and Mrs.this W. T. Saxon have Cushioned power routes nolle reduce vibration.S .
spending week with rela.
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pasco Mott of Gainesville tlves In Longer motor liar mean new ease of operation.
Valdosta Ga.
Plantation Rosier In Lawtey Sunday. were visiting! friend and relatives Mr. and Mrs. A, G. Pope and e Famous 10.....,. control provide new *p"ed ol Care entry
I here .
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday.
guests sons L. G. and Beryl of Eau:: U Llit aol totals to 1100,000.00.1
Mr. and Mrs. and
C. D. Sellers were Mr. and Mrll.I Truby Hodge
Plantation WATERGROUNDGRITS I D. L. Shaw of LaCtose and Mr. children, Mrs. Paul Stewart Mr. Gallle left Tuesday' after spending Lint, adilt, .abl......, nnlllplle lerlrlcallf

I and Mra. Johnny Outlaw and and Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. several days with their son-in-law STUART'S
children of Hague. Mattie SowellH enjoyed the free and daughter Mr. and Mra.. Edward irs THI poxMiu ran ornei AND PCHSONAI our
M-E-A-L G. Saxon.
I Paul Fiisscll of Ft. Bragg N. zoo Sunday afternoon.We Fr ed B. Cowelt popular chalk
are glad to report that
C. arrived
Friday make an artist visited the school last Temple Ave. & 10th SU! BRADFORD COUNTY
Harrell Is betterat
Mrs. Eva much
extended stay with Mr. and Mrs. ;
I Iv this writing.Mr. Thursday morning, and entertained Marks Florida
H. R. Linzy.
5 lb. 29c 5 Ib.---27c the students with his Illustrated .
--- I Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Eugene CroHby stories, Mr. Cowell Is from --- -- u --- -
R. Chaateen Misses Betto Jo, Ann. and Elaine
accompanied by
v. 4r. Va.
Culpepper and last
Crosby. Carolyn Kelly and MaryJo spent
._ Green were visiting some of week visiting the Bradford County '
Mrs. Crosby's relatives near Ala. schools.

chua Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,

J\btM and Mrs. I. S. Fowler Mr. !
I \ : !MEld' : \1S FOR
and Mrs. Barney Fowler. and Edith

and William Fowler went fishing FEEISHAIUWAREROOFINGI'AINTS

Ya 1949t good In Lochloosa luck. Saturday. They had ;

Mrs. Resale Carlton spent the
C\ weekend In Gainesville with her I

C\ ;, : Mrs.brother-in-law Mike Tilghman.and sinter Mr. and IMPLEMENTSFARMERS'

7 7NEREJ4rr
1\\t\\ Earl Green Mrs. T. W. Markey

: and Mrs. Mattie Sowella made a

\t\\\\ business trip to High Spring and SUPPLY10th

''N\? ; Alachua Mrs. Mary Monday Green afternoon.returned Saturday I Il Cherry !'St.*. Htarkr oncIe

e "' iK L from WillI ton where she visited .- ,.,
I JI I relatives and friends for say.eral .#

I t\" ",;" Jt! days last week. I ,_' 9Za -----_-. _

dI.II' s S." Mr. and Mra. Earney Johnson I 64fr
; _
t t and children of Lake Butler spent I
,. fJI "' :;It '" .... .
r" ( the weekend here with Blrt Stoke. : "' .-
.""p- Slf41II" and sons. I -.i:" Si ;];1.:;' 1e"i. 1// ,
!; IJ ::0-: .... I .4s ;r--i STAYS SILENT
[ Mrs.
r p Netta pyal Is visiting rela. I i _
1 tlves In Ocala. ,
rC.J1 Mrs. Mattie Sowell with Mr.
#E JfOIA f46VP..' and Mrs. T. W. Markey were GOOD NEWSCOMBINATION __.- LASTS LONGER
visiting Mr. and Mrs Charlie Kelly -
(' 'LDI In Ziff last Sunday. They also
.I' Ett LLri .
: visited I
the zoo at Hampton.Mr. YOUR HOME TOWN PAPER
fO and Mrs. Eldon of J_ Now can get the famous Serve1
\ tlJ oI1'lJ' Hardy 4)i)h... you complete' .'.II o"l. you

sttl Starke were -visiting here Monday local now. You need .. know .11 Ga Jerrill"ralor-only refrigerator,
JII' afternoon. Ihof it (ami .. where ye* ll.o.ut .
'* that .tay* silent lasts longer There )
1/IFIf ; tc Rt W(1RKI1Y Mrs. B. J. Lewis Mrs. Lottie yeS live olM In U
/ IAQUmd [r
: RVIO ''t WI uSI I&II1II1ICII1\ WORLD. where mranrov* event* _.r: llC1n? Its different, simpler freezing
\ ,! Edwards Mrs. O. W. Barry Allen ... In the ......1..._..... which D system ha* no moving part*.''
10 Lewis, and Carl Allen visited I ;
\ u6H1EIMPWVE eec mess .. much la you. to your _I II
,, Mrs. Vera Allen In the Tampa Job* yowf h...... yo.r future for Junt tiny gsa flame does the work.

S hospital laa Friday. conitructive .report o..J I.....,..- i I Mora than two million families areenjoying1
? totioita .. ".",01101 .fid International .
CARD OF THANKS new, .10... t is no *......;....* -- -"- jr..O Serve! Gas Refrigerators

s ..... We wish to express our deepest for THI CHRISTIAN SCIfNCI right now Many have) had their

1N>'. ... \ appreciation to our many friends MONITOR rfoil*. 18 and 20 yean. And all of them
CIP cloy| the .beaefitt of bob '
and neighbors for their words of beet informed1 -locelly, ....io..U,. will tell you. "Pick Servel.) It Uys )

kindness, the beautiful flowers Internationally with your locol' ; noiiw-free,wear-free year after year."

$ / and other expressions of sympathy paper end The Chnttian Sclent

\ ; extended to us during the recent Monitor.
9 Illness and death of our beloved LISTEN Tyttday nialit. ever FREE BOOK _

wit. and mother. May God ABC Modem to "Tho ChI...... .-. *y Mry Murgirtt
: ; &>ion<. Monitor Viowf the New" : t. J
bless MrBriJt
you all.-James W Padgett An.) .** thtt coupon : ,

and family. for to. & .. .
today e tpociol vtrodvctory .I 1U why Shine
lu*' rfptMM. ) PumuTho :r ouch n d.ff.._ ,in refriieretflre. .
We wish to express our appreciation .:. $1 and how tow

\ .uan for the many kind words ChrhflM Ie.!..... M..."., I choone the nnht one foe
/r: ; C -5Deq-...- YOUR 'U 'lT t and beautiful flowers extended I On.. N...... Sr. ..*... I IS. Mot, USA your....... Slop la end '
'AIl'AIIt Ilf Pleet. seed. me .. l...re1i..fernkttrtrnee I (.i your free copy ef
'IGGlfT ua during our baby' Illness\ and **,liMule. .
; SI) uml... to The. CIWHlloo Sol..... ; Story by ra-
SO ,.uCJI.,.com death. May God bless you all. Monitor_ M ...-. I ...!. $1. .e'lo'o b 010_. repo t r.
cpOlS Mr. and Mrs. John Lyles. _ Ihn'l d.iay.. I".i..put _
off ., yo.....
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..., nllll'' .. 'n (ImJIYI TBACllER-il: Ue now have GAS

\jTUNEIN:HEN HAYES-ThE EIICTRIC .,: that hard-to-get. practice paper ........ SLADE CO.

ATRE.S\JNDAYS9P.M.EST'\ CBS for studrnto, ruled and plain In -- ..
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:x 12 *J 1ae, 83 cents per rrmm. pa?
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Nettie Mae Fowler WMS To Observe Young Folks Enjoy when his mother. Mrs. EddiE I well, Iiefcmlnnt. o. (I'"all.".hll..a'iom. No. 7148.Inter County UnliT::: In Telegraph next four shall weekly ptibllKh leslie:this,.

Hartmann entertained 48 of hit And \..U.'. To 'I"|i.ne \Vllne my hand and official
\ Weds Alvin WynnIn Week Of PrayerA Birthday PartiesJack friends at their home on W. Madl- STA'l'K <> !" F 1.0 KII> A to:: urnl,,l nt Hliirke" Flurlila, this iebruury -
whone riplil 1911.OKKIOIAli.
ilnrrlx Obert I'upwoll. 24.
Lake ButlerThe "Week (If Prayer" will be Miller wan host to forty- .len'e In: 1145 Monte., CreMa. Avenue, ( o ': SBA')Cnrt.J. Th,>nm".
Arrangements of camellias and I i nkl IlInl. Ciiifornlii.You AN fliTk iif said
observed by the Baptist W. M. S. two of his friend Thursday af. nr<> renulreil ,' S onMnrch Hy Haven CroMbv 1 I.. I'.
\ marriage of Miss Nettle Feb. 23, Mar. 1 and Mar. 2. On ternoon of last week when his narcissi were placed at vantage 2 th, i940! I' r..rhn:? \ T Frank T.Bnarunl: $iak., Pl \'tli'
--j Mae Fowler, daughter of Mrs. points In the living room and a nnmeil Court and .canoe. wherein Atty for 1'lf. 3-an I 4t ; >Ii{
< Monday all the Circles will meetat mother, Mrs. O. E. Miller enter. lilnlntlff.. Honk divorce ...t"lv olihild
Lawrence Fowler and thelate low bowl of azaleas and narcissi .
Henry BradfordComity '
'"u' 3 o'clock In the Baptist Church talned In honor of hIs eleventh rti
; Mr. Fowler of Luke Butler / centered the buffet In the dining T'legreph shall VII' liieh thin I
Office Gladys Mooty Ki d..o..e annex with Mrs. F. B. Beard in birthday anniversary, at the St. rdom Order: In next four weekly; IHHUOBWltneHM WE GO ANYWHERE!
and Alvin Fletcher Wynn, son The refreshment table was
Phone 29 EdItor I'Iiouo. 33 charge of the program. Mark's Parish House. tny hand and ,,offlfla
of Mr. Carl C. of Starke, overlaid with an Irish linen cloth \ in
Wynn scsi! nt "Hlnrke' Florida, thl* l'obruary -
Circle One will meet at the The children were assisted in and held the 22. I"H.OFf'ICtAI. SSpt''lallzlolC
solemnized after
eree r-n-rrj-s---r-nrrrrfle was on Sunday five-layer birthday
.- flflsptS s srs-srsSS home of Mrs. W. R. Morse Circle playing games in the yard by ( ,HIJAf) A. J. Thomn,
cake which !
noon, February 13 at 3 o'clock. was decorated with A clerk of KHld Court. I ,
Bride-Elect Honored Miss Rogers To WedM. In a lovely candlelight ceremonyat Two at the home of Mrs. E. Len- Mrs. Edward Burns and Rev B. I little red hearts. Around the cake My* Mnven (',....sty 1) ((2.: \\\. Y
Circle Three at the home B. Simmons and were J.. Skipper' 7 W ForythHt \ PARTIES
and prizes
non were children's C'IW.tlff. : : : 'IIt.\I.
G. McMillan the home of the bride's mother. favors of balloons .. lilgt; ). Jni'kaonvllla, .
.At LuncheonIn The Rev. L. A. Shepherd officiated of Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Tuesday afternoon awarded to the winners in the bubble gum and candies.' o"orlela.!
at 3 o'clock. contest The refreshments were Att yor Plf. 2-25 4t 3-18 ANNIVERSARIESENTERTAINMENTS
Keystone Inn :Mr.! and Mrs. Thomas Bradford at the double ring ceremony.The Contests were played during the .
W. also served in tIe yard where a .... Hradford fouiilr.Klnrlilai .
Rogers of Qultman, Ga. announcethe Fowler home In Lake Butler Wednesday evening at 7:15 afternoon and prizes were won by In rlrcnlt ( rt .
: :Miss Hanson Rogers of Quit- decorated with M. S. Members will hold a meetingat table had been set up. The table la ibanI'erF.J'thl
engagement of their daughter was arrangementsof Mary Katherine Wainwright Ka- Bliss, Plaintiff va. John Joseph -
man, Ga., whose marriage to Hanson, to Merrill G. McMillan, azaleas and white gladioli; fern the church.: The program will was covered with a lace cloth thy Struth Dennis' Miller and Ruse' n..rendant.0., ::
.:Merrill O. McMillan of Starke son of Mrs. H. L. Hough of and other greenery being used to be In charge of Mrs. D. L. Thom and centered with the beautifully Robert Kldd. Order Of Pnbllcatloa..
I Andollre:/ To tppear8TATIO
1 will be an event of March 20, waa Starke. advantage. In the living room I as. The theme for the week Is decorated two-tiered cake that Mrs. Hartmann
complimented at noon Wednesdaywith the mantel held burning white "Committed Unto U.". All mem- was embossed In pink and white was assisted in John .lowph Close. whone renldencennd
The marriage will be solemnized with candles. Surroundingthe serving her little guests by Mr. ,nildreii la:, 2653 W. 86th St., Developing And Finishing!
Mrs.J. to attend these pink
a luncheon given by :March 20 at 4 o'clockat tapers on each side of a low floral bers are urged Brooklyn .V. Y.: '
: M. Darby and Mr*. Chat. A. Sunday. arrangement. The fireplace was meetings. cake was an arrangement of Bennett Howes, Miss Kate Struth, You nre required. to appear onMarch HOLLYWOOD CAMERA

Darby at the Keystone Inn. Key- the home of that. brideelect'sparents banked with fern and palms ferns an)l pink aialeas.: Favorsof Mrs. Harvey Van Vleet and Eddle's 28th, 1940.and In,. the. .
in Quitman.JohnsonGodwin of rmini-d Court case. .b"v.1 AND GIFT SHOP
atone Heights. against which st(lJ>d tall standards Better Citizenship balloons, gum and cups grandmother Mrs. Albert ,plaintiff perks divorce &: "
White gladioli and statice were of white gladioli this forming the candy were given to' the youngsters Hartmann. of minor children. lJr..

,Used In decorating the luncheon ? altar before which the young Topic Of DiscussionAt during the afternoon.Mrs. .

.. l table,'l Irtal and design.place cards were of Mrs. Lola Johnson of Keystone couple Mrs. exchanged\V. H. Lee vows., at the piano B. P. & W. ClubThe serving. by Miller Mrs. was I. P.assisted Shepherd In In Ircnlt Court, llmilforil ('...ntS'.II I--ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing' IIIII I

; Miss Rogers was presented :with ment Heights of announces her daughter the engage Thelma gave a program of nuptial music, February meeting of the Jack's grandmother Mrs. C. C. Mil-hurl florlilni In.May tbiinrerx.Dorothv Cnpwell,, Establish I 1894

a waffle-sandwich grill as a gift and also played the traditional newly organized Starke Business Shepherd his aunt Mrs. B. E. I'liilntlff, v_. Marrl,* c-ebert Cap-
Lucile, to Henry Tally Godwin,
: J! from the hostesses. wedding marches. Mrs. Joe Hill and Professional Women's Club Simmons and Mrs. O. Wllmot -
eon of Mra\ W F. Godwin of
affair with
this the
Enjoying Starke. Williams sang "One Alone" and was held Thursday evening Feb. Brown.

j hostesses and Miss Rogers were "Because". IT, In St. Mark's Parish House. YOUR BEST BUY {S. .
will be
The an event
Mrs. Thomas B. Rogers of Quit- The bride was given In marriageby Little Eddie Hartmann cele-: -

;. man Ga. mother of the honoree of June 11.Junior her brother Henry .L Fowler, The President Mrs. Marian H. brated his seventh birthday an-

Mrs. Alma Hough, mother of Mr. and had as her matron of honor Faulk, presided over a business niversary last Friday afternoonwill Super Right Meat
which the club
McMillan, Mm. Jerry Kodatt of WomenTo Miss Mamie Joe Warren.
project "Better Citizenship" was be held in Jacksonville in
Jacksonville. Mrs. 1. F. Dinkins
J. C. Wynn brother of the
Elect Officers discussed and plans were made Ma>. / "SLI'Elt-RlaIlT' cut In guaranteed
Mrs. Roy Ward, Mrs. J. R. Wain- bridegroom served as best man. \\t / f 1))) H Because every
for a .specific part of this project Mrs. Martin Is a past District r6 \\ anti di-llcioiis, or money back!
wright. Mrs W. H. Graham Mrs. Next ThursdayThe The bride chose a two-ploce 5// / to be tender, juicy your
carried out. Chairman\ and Is
to be 2 at present a
Arthur Holiday, 'Mrs. Guy Sale dress of dusty crepe with silver
Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs. H. H. Junior Woman's Club will sequin trim. Her hnad-drens wasa Following the business meeting liaison officer between the Jack- :
the Club's guests, Mrs. Edna Van sonville Club and the other clubs kTIK SIRLOIN STEAKS lb. 79c
Adam Houston ; -
"' Mrs. Harry Mrs. meet next Thursday evening. halo of dusty pink net and .
Mrs. Aulean Mrs. Is
Acker of Miami and of the District. Godwin
Merrill Struth, and Mia Lillian March 3, at 7:30: p.m. In the Club brown ribbons. She wore brown I.f
Martin: Mrs Pearl Godwin, Miss State Treasurer; Miss Burns Is
Stump. House. There will be an electionof accessories, and her shoulder "
corsage Yula Burns and Mrs. Beatrice President of the Jacksonville "Jj
:- a past
officers for the coming year was a lavender orchid. : kCHUCK ROAST lb. 49c
Chace of Jacksonville each spoke Club and Mrs. Grace ChaceIs
and annual will be
IOOF report. given Miss Warren wore a ,
MeetingA grey crepedress.
f. a few worda of welcome and ad- Second Vice-President of that -
by officers and chairmen of com Her accessories were pink.
vice to the local: group; Mrs. Van club and server as chairman of
new class of candidates re- mittees. and her shoulder of
corsage was Acker Is State Second Vlce-Presi- their Membership Committee. Rib Brisket STEW lb. 29c
tcelved the Initiatory degree at Miss Lucille Mitchell, program pink carnations. V or
dent serving as Chairman of the These words of welcome were ,
l the I, O. O. F. meeting Jut Chairman;; has announsrd that an Immediately following$! the ceremony .
Committee and Is by the members .
Membership a enjoyed presentand
,"; evening at the lodge hall. May Interesting program in plannedfor a reception was held In the .

-:;: lodge No. 13'wall assisted In the the evening with Mrs. S. O. home. The brldu's table was over- and past a President past District of the T Miami Chairman.She \ Club. Mra.as Pauline an additional Torode was charter accepted _:-"ZI Fresh Ground BEEF lb. 43c

;V degree work by a degree tram Denmark In charge of arrange laid with a lovely lace cloth. Suspended ,
announced that District member. Mrs. Grace Osborne and
from' Gainesville. men fe. from the overhanging thp the local Miss Della nerved :::::::: JdI : :
All members are urged to at. chandqlior were wedding bells 2 meeting with which Rosenberg refreshments ?" Sunnyf Sliced BACON Ib. 69c 1
will be heldon the business : :
tend this meeting for instruction which tapered off to the smaller group Is afflllateU following .j-: .

from Mrs. W. R. Morse on the ones. The three-tiered wedding March 13th in Lake City and session. ;: ( : I Wilson's! Corn King Sliced BACON, lb. 49c
annual Convention
that tho State
procedure for the Red Cross cake embossed with miniature -? ,

drive in which the Club will be wedding bells, was placed at one Western PORK LOIN, End Cut, It,. 43c

in charge of collections In the end of the table, while at the

Starke residential rea. In addition other end was the silver coffee Every Branch of Small Western SPARE RIBS,.Ib. .. : -43C

members are asked to bring service, each balanced by burning

their contributions for the rum-' white tapers in crystal candelbra.Mrs. IN S UR ANC'E Pound Rolls Pork SAUSAGE lb. 37c
mage J. C. Wynn presided over the ,
for the will .- --- --
evening coffee service -- -

be Mrs. James Dennis, Mrs. Eu- The bride and groom cut the Quick i Frozen Red Perch, Ib. 33c I

gene Long and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright first piece of cake after whU-h& .

Jr.Series Mrs Guests Robert Drlggers presided H. C. WALL AGENCY ? a Ul&at Quick Frozen H&G Whiting, lb. 19c

Were greeted at the door

Of Informal by Mrs. D.. T. Gill; Mrs. T. M. PLEASB PHONE 146 5( Whole Shoulder] LAMB, ft. : 39

Riherd was hostess during the :

1 Parties Luncheons Mrs. W. M. Graham Constant Service Over 50 Years r

Feature WeekMany bride's 'book. Others

- evpnliand Mrs. Hal Y. Malnes. FRUITS & VEGETABLESYork

informal luncheons and Howard, and Mrs.
"Knowledge; Pharmacy birthday parties have been Mildred Rivers
givenin I : ANN PACE FOODSAnn
ISIIN lIT ttSENTIUTf the naat week! I After spending some time with CLASSIFIEDFOR :; &L

Brownie* Luncheon; Thursday their guests, Mr. and Mrs. WYnn

Inn MISeilrTIM$ Mrs. S. E., Brownlee and Mrs. left on a wedding trip. The bride FOR RENT: Nicely furnlxhed 8-

J. M. Brownlee were hostesses at travelled In a beige ault with 8AT.K! Heitlnfereil, Brahmer bedroom cottage with bath New 18c
Tf\\ Hull rearllna with papers. See Puo-Th.rm heatvr. Inquire 'at Page Ketchup -
Only! Ikenttd prrwnwxlm* with col- a delightful luncheon Thursday: which she wore brown accessories. : Maurice KdwarrtH, Jr., Starke.: tf Chamber, of Commerce; building

of last week Her corsage was an orchid. tf
for Mra.
S. T. Dell
.leg*advcotlon\ .....log experience' Mrs. 8KWINO MACHINH IU-a'AIHtI: Utir
and Mrs. A. V. Long of Gainesville Wynn Is a graduate of truck will rail. for and deliver Intarke APAKTMKNT FOR HKNT: : 3-room,

In lhlr. prole... ore permMed. Mrs. W. O. Strlngfellow ol, Union County High School and $ Wedneaday at each. week nicely entrance furnished private apt for bath.rent.Kleo-Private Ann Page Mayonnaise qt 69
All kind ot new Inn machine repalm. -
the State Farm and Mra. Wilson the Florida State University, I our work guaranteed. to trio lee box. Oa> for hot water
Ml areKriptktrtt In eel Fhormocy- .,, heating A W.Madlnon .
cooking. 830
where she majored In home atlfy. Drop nil a lln.or c l1317XH. Imperial
and Mra. Junlu. Smith of Starke. economics ftewlnir 835 W St. If EWH Apples 2' ft. 25c
Ow rtf conektanrtlon .b IsTees fuMUl She has taught in OvIedo Main HI.. The OalneavllletFOK Shop .t Ann Page Honey 16 oz. 33c ,
Holiday, Luncheon Friday and Tltuavllle. INSURANCE write all I lIned. or.
.. ... and at present Is fir., automobile, liability: and '. I I I
phyiUm *., Out-of-town HAL.K: A division at land hayin -
guesta were the teaching in Lake Butler. It butldlnalot. on and, life. See me for :your Insuranceneed US No.
I Inspiration for the lovely luncheon Mr. Wynn attended Bradford near on new Blnndlnc highway. In- *. N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr.. lit 1 White Potatoes 10 Ib. 45c
W.. CalT fit.. Phone 164. tf ,
given by Mrs. Arthur Holiday last High School In Starke and served oome room property nicely of furnished a I-room cottage and I.I j Ann Page Grape Jam ft 23c .

lOCI DRUG STORE Friday. Her sister, Mrs. Joe A. four years In the armed forces. I Kacloeed. jjorche and yard Good MATTRESSES!: j II

Scanlan of Camp Kilmer, N. J. At present he I well and rnol and ehady In *ummer. Fresh GREEN
I connected with Timber and pulpwood to OF ALL HINDSRENOVATED I BEANS 2 ft. 19c
and Mrs. Earl Johnson of Metter, the Seaboard Railroad. partly pay for It, and about 10 Ann Page Cherry Pres. ft 31 -
\ Ga, were the honor guests Also Those from, acre fine pasture portly fenced.Near r
I MOTHERS! Register The Starke attending Starve. All rot '5.5OI. I .
here for the occasion was Mrs. the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Term to responsible people. P. O. Fresh
;4 I New Baby For Valuable Holiday's mother Mrs. Hope J. C. Wynn Mr. and Mrs. Carl Box 806. Btarke. tf Bunch CARROTS, 2 for 15c

I 'Gift At Our Store Haynes of Madison. Wynn., and Mrs. Lester Kite j(( Nutley .. .. II

Sullivan Birthday DinnerMr. REST ,
I Goldenheart
..j.i .,. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Ladies Auxiliary OLEOMARGARINEft. CelerY,- 48'., 2 for 25c

i I IPl ,:., entertained at a combined birth- Chairman Ft.TRNITt."R1IIREUPHOLSTERED .
day dinner
Sunday for J.'B. Millsof

I : Green Cove Springs and Anne Ladles Auxiliary of the AND REnNISETJCD: Fla. Red Bliss Potatoes 4 ft. 29c

+ I % WEAREverything Mills of Starke. Enjoying the par- Presbyterian Church held its reg MATTRESSESRENOVATED Drop Ua A Card .: -

r ty with the honored guests were ular meeting/ Tuesday evening HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. .. .
the Child
Mrs. J. B. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. at 8 o'clock In Box 230 Palatka Fla. Val.
the home of Mrs.J. US 2

1 I From Birth to 1> Years OldRONNIEDONNIE Frank Bawls of Green Cove W., Kaufman with 18 membersand Oranges, 8 lb. bag 29c|

Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Harold two guests One Day Service .'tl"ALE: Bide lots on new r
! I Mills and Mr. present. Blending highway I'. ml. from v ,
and Mrs. Edgar Mrs. W. A. Stern opened the 'all ..t. bridge Write P.O. Box
4 I Wilkinson of Starke. 306, Starke. tf YELLOW
f. meeting devotlonals. Mrs. J. CALL 51-W 3 ft. 13c
9,28 i:. Call" Starke Inwx Grm-n R. Kite, program chairman, read 6-llOOM IIOI'SB FOrt SAI.K hot A BRIGhT SAIL r .
I Birthday cold WHtor with nhnnvr' at 409
Miss Inea: Green was honored an Interesting letter from Miss Onrrr tit. Call at h,,",... J. W.nrlfflN SELFPOLISHINGFLOOR

f Sunday by her mother Mrs. M. Johnson, a nurse from Klsstmmee, STARKEBEDDING Btatlon.or old Mullory Sip ThemesI"iliing 222.o.ii.Io 14 Oz. Box Fresh DATES 25c
now -
J. Green stationed In India. It waadecld..d
at her home, with a Co. :
birthday at the meeting that Pres- > TO IIOU KH1 -l/-:
Those Invited to Certain death to Ilikn." flea, lice.
1,,: enjoy the occasion with her were, byte rial Apportionment for Na- Also: Slip Covers ,ynii cue find a fnll linn of lied Kr.- PINT CAN 29c Peter Pan
- Peaunt
tional .
' .. Minnie English, Dan Melnterny and Foreign Missions be increased lit. Prt Puppllra. the finest door Butter 35C
, preparations mnd, at Mlnfrnnlti
.. Gloria Harris, Guy Dyal Joe to $J5 per quarter. & Upholstering; I Srml tad Fred topipaar.. "t.r", r. v

l''. I SARKESUfl Gerhardt. Margie Manlre John, Mrs. V. S. St. John was chosen Up a-u I .

" Kemp-- Charlotte- Harris and Merrill as Manse chairman for the year. FOR KALB CUBA! 1 Franklinautomatlodraft PAINTINO, PErORATIXO A PAPKHHANOINU -i Ann Page BEANS. 16 oz. lOc Ann Page Salad Dressing
I' Jones. Mrs. C. F. Ward was named wood heateri. I by sylvester I HePimtur qt.
Mon., Feb. 27. 2iI chairman 'large eoal-biirnlnw. circulating *. Kxpert work reasonable (In pork Si Tomato Sauce).
of the nominating com- heater !lloth In KOOI! condition., rateii. Call 52W or 25. ZIP 2-25
THE BLOOD L. S. Ilutto Birthday mittee. It was decided to celebrate Bradford County T.l.*rapli. tf
I ,[
: 1 Foil, HAI.K: Several thounnnd. stalksten. TALCO SCRATCH
!.. S. Hutto celebrated his 68th the Church birthday on May 1 292 sugar. ran*, le por ntalk Ann Page 15 3-4 os.SPAGhETTI FEED

r: OFF3V1Y; HANDS birthday anniversary when Mrs. and the following committeeswere SELL YOUR TIMBER at field Also several thousand ol f 2 for . 25c U lb. 1.01 100 lb. 4.10
time ribbon' 'nt I tuc ptalkK ,
" I Hutto entertained at a family r$- appointed: program for the NOW I C. hedges, J tni. lieS 63, Stnrk: rr '
r J<>an Fuualn. Burt LancasterShort union and dinner party. Helping day, Mrs. 1 I.<. G. Duncan; place of Highest Cash Prices Paid Fin lip TALCO LAYING MASH

L\ C+rt on, lAtest News to celebrate the occasion were meeting M..'... J. R. Kite; music, FOl'.vn12ft) : row boat wanhtd np lona TLOUR., 23 tt>. . 1.49 23 Tb. LIT

members of his family, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis; historical data. WILL BUY IN HULK on nhore In front of 4'npt. L..imar'. 100 Ib. 4.57

f r Tu.-. \\..... Thurs., Mar. 1, 2, S Mrs. T. F. Hutto and family of Mr.. J. W, Kaufman; menu, Mrs. OR IN UNIT Stark home. on, for Klna-nloy Information.l..lke. Call 1149.lip lona FLOUR 10 lb. !' 63c -TALCO I GROWING------- .

Jacksonville Mrs. Carolyn Kinney B. C. Holtzendorf and Mrs. V. S MASH
! DOCILE FEATURE FOR \lK: Wood or coal rang. ;.j 25 lb. >."
, .'".. and son Wayne, Mrs. Shellle Hall St. John. Other committees to bo EDWIN W. PECKOr Ice refrigerator, breakfant net A. 100 lh. 4.57
BnL4m: Back AliveWith and daughter Sharon, Mr. and appointed as needed. John W. TurnerP. battery radio. It4>iim>nable. JAH lona Golden Cream Corn No. .2 15c r rr
Frlenda Barber Bhop
Mrs. M. C.'ell... Miss Garnita The next meeting will be In O. Box 463: Kerrigan S Itp I 20% DAIRY FEED, '100 lb. .. .

Frank Buck Hutto and O. P. Hutto.VlnJng the home of Mrs. J. R. Kite. Leader. Gainesville Fla. FOR SALE:: flood <-..m. ho,,.. with Jim Dandy GRITS 5 lb. 29c 4.13

ALSO '' LuncheonMra. Mr... J. N. Walker. bath t pore,he(t, running wnterllfflttM II

the A dessert course was served Send me a postcard and I irood chicken.. vitrd ll.tn. '. Peaehea No. 2 1-2 25c
Honor of Range L. D. Vlnlng- entertainedat i-anh See Mr M. n. L4tyflldbox lona Sliced ,
during the social hour. I will come see you. 9. Hampton 1rVANTKD White
an informal luncheon at Key- I House Milk
Rca a'narc'
With atone Inn Monday honoring the talned at a family reunion dinner \ : : To raft your pecan and
HOSPITAI INSURANCE- : For Information pArnlmmon tree Hoy KaU-h. lona No. 2 Cans Tomatoes 2 for 27c
, Plua Latl..tVorld News house guests of Mrs. T. T, Long. party Sunday at their home on about WHITB CROSS Hnmr'ton ,..Ia. 210 *..4FOIt UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED'
HOUI'lTAMZATION; Pt-A.V. underwritten !
Dining with
Mrs. Kingsley Lake.
' Vining were Enjoying the
ocCasion -
by TOyrold Banker'sLife .
8ALRt I'sed radio phono.graphs
t4 Frl.;. Sat.. Mar. 4, 5 Mrs. T. II Slade of Stark. and with the Slade family were, A Caaualty Co., your local portable i.',\ up. ('ha... Bright Sail BLEACH. qt. lie A S P UNCONDITIONAU Y GUAIANTUS tile to..h;. e-&s, ,,
'Mra. Lloyd Lewis, Mrs. L. R. Mrs 'T. iT. Long, -JWra.\ Emma BMerrtck. "r..nl..Uy. will b. glad, to C. Hhepherd. "&,dl... Heat CO"..". 0 WHITI House MIa. Th's seem Ssi of_W.ual Mum a
/ without obligation. airs Ma at WI,.. ,,.
yon HI tl Pb
I DOVBLE FEATURE r.virl Madison I MIS. lor .
r" Lewis and Mrs. Eugenia Merrick Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Louise 8. Walnwrljiht. 119 WeetCall SOAP 3for 24c :H -- ,_.dI..
Woodbury'a ;
Phone res: : -hoIIp lsd Se lvii ......... ....ae si ........ -
RANGE WAR all of Wilmington.Dela. Lewis and Mra. L. R. Lewis. m. Street Slarfce, Fla. ii-tm FOR RAf., !':' Large .baby carrlaaje WIIIHHrouahton. _Oft-esseli_,,o..1houId,....,. es

Itoml. condition.. 10) N.Cheap.('''.rrv Ht. Up So ...1_ II il',. .eia a.....__..... ...-.. _
: With William Boyd Davis Fish Fry Mldillrtnn l.unrhrnn Saturday ATTHACTIVB PURNIMHIOD un. Sweetheart SOAP. reg.. 3 for 25c : a.- Ice clant hsng. end.no 'toed ...hot." ten ..ce..se.cd

.I ALSOWINGS Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis gavea Mrs. W. E. Middleton was hostess able furnished. All art conv*. .Clo nl.ne*.,In. Uealr-Apply FOR 4-polnl SALF! barbed!: 4-ft ,n wire..l.l fence. Immediate A heavy I II I f -fOeSeyffiIirMd.bs....,,for embaq. bob.5. eel," end __.... .e

t fish fry in their yard Monday at luncheon Saturday for Colonial Inn, lot W. Madlnon. tfKCAN8 delivery utarke Builder Supply. Armour's TREET . 43c I IArmour's

; OVERWYOMING evening for their house guests. Mrs. T. T. Long and her house b.. WA.MTKOr vond: quality: Top, w.ll prlo.nmuvt filled- Ph 45.W. II 3 TAU 37C ,__..

Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Laels of guests Mrs. Lloyd Lewis, Mrs. State location kind quantityIn WANT: TO PKLI. Ol THAHB FOR Io0 .jZ) CANs ,
{ Glenn N. Emma first l letter lou Ix>v.ll, .0Columbia CATTI.K Gentle l-yr.-oM' colt A. Chopped HAM 5SeArmour's .
Alpine. C. :
Mrs. Merrick
j C. F. and Mra. L. R. .
llr, Tampn. Kin. lip fine cow A pl ... II. f. 14yer- n .
;, With George O'Brien James of Marlon, N. C. and Dr. Lewis, all of Wilmington Dela., 2, Box 144, 8tarke (Ralford Ril ) .

:: "l\Uc'k.j.'s Seal. and Mrs. M. B. Hertong and their and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. FOR bath RENT.10.:..B-rm... room furn.2 apt.screened' with. lip VIENNA SAUSAGE 19cArmour' ;

( Plan Cartoon I guest Harold Honnell of Kos- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis Mrs.L. poch a, 1''''. *ntranc, on firm turn __

" C.... 8 RM ra of Dt'atla.u.7 suth. Miss.\ R. Lewis and Mrs. Merrick floor. SIC Church Hi II FOR house RENT, 1 ml.6-rm.K. of modern Wtarke on .l'4i :Corned Beef Hash 33c _

I; returned to their homes In Wilmington HOI'SB\ FOR 8ALE-: (-roorna. rao<|. acre pecan grove: grapevine.fruit I *
2 Hludn Family Reunion .rn (N>n...nl.ncii. See 1%. <1. Davl tree. tI ee Mr*. Flynn.' ll< '
1 Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade enter. I I Thursday afternoon t,C 'II N. Church at. II Jefferaun 8t. Reasonable rent. 11':1
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 85.: 1019! .

Mm. Bertha Pearce spent the and Barbara MrComb. .

i 1I ; weekend, In Valdontn On. visiting Refreshments were served bv

I Mr.. and Mrs T. J. Thomas and the hostesses, Mrs George Kope-

dna&t r r Ikvrt 1I, a Mm. G P Hwnils. louflo, Mrs. Gladys Harrington
Mrs W It Chalkley returned Mrs. T. K. McClane. Jr.. Mrs.

(to her home In Rlrhniond Va. K. Lawson and Mrs. Frank Lan-

Lt Saturday after an extended visit drum
IPI THE PtEV"JS with her diiUKhtcr and family,
; Mr .anti Mrs. .. L. Durnhlmer.
,. ,. .. ,. u In. I Irrult. /'onrt. llrnrtforrf iommlr.
l 'v Mr and Mrs. D. R White of !'l rltlitt, In I .Nrtnrrrr.Murthii ..
M.k'In". Plaintiff, v..
E. M. White and son Tommy of Mrs. J. I. BrlggB o' Jackson- Fernamlinu Were weekend guests vlfy |bean >\inn' [),'f."dant.I. .
Mrs. of Mrs. P. It. Manassa and Mrs ..... .
Atlanta. Ga. were weekend guestsof vllle Is visiting her sister Nn 7H1Itnlrr

Mr. and Mrs. Harley Strong. A. Z. Adkins and Judge Adkins i l t r r ,aMli, T. F Grady. \..Of ll....I'ahllrrtlo.en To ,..".....
Mr W. A. Jones and daughter : for several days. Miss Luclllo Alvarez oprnt the 8TATK" UK I.oltll.A In:
\\VHlfV Di-un Wlnn, whose renlilIn ".
Carol of Bedford. Ohio were visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills of weekend in Tampa where she took llnwftnl, Kansas:
of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones Green Cove Springs were week her State Hoard Beautician exam Tae nr<* reiinlrMclMurrh to ap pear nn
and family last week. end guests of Mrs. Carrie In Miss Alvarez Is operating at Ruby JHlh. 1 Court and l eel"A"
Friends of J. H. Ritch will regret -. gram. John Beauty Shop. eeeke <|iv"ri,,, A rvurorittlnii ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Davis had of maiden cents. ftntilfordCniinty '
Mr. and Mrs G. K. Bennett and I
to learn that because of his Telpirrnph, shell puhllnh.. tale. I
I, as their guests: Tuesday. and Wednesday ..... '
serious condition, he has been son, Kim. of Jacksonville were 0. In neat four. wn-kly IINIIMK.WltniiMH f
of Mr. and Mrs. t Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss my hand unit orrii'fitlKM \
moved from Shadycrest Hospital Sunday guests ii+h t Mamie Anderson of Archer. | at HtnrkK. .'Iurld,.. this. Kt>ru- j 1
to St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack Junius Smith. t key l7. Infn.c .
sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quesen- f k b Mr. and Mrs. Fred MrQulston ( "''r.II.f; HPJAt.: ) A. J. Thomaa, i+
of Rlchlands. Va. are the F of Pittsburgh Pa., who arc stay- A. nt said rmirt.Hy : : ,

Dr. Marlon ray of Tallahasseeand berry house guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Ins: at the home of Mrs. R. S. It. Haven H iMlllfHn. t'roMhy, 1017 I n I*Lynch. Uid....
Hugh Clevely an English ,,
Childress. Fernandez for several weeks visited .lili'ltminvlllf Klnrhld,
writer from England were dinner Henry In Tampa a few days 'as. Ativ fur flf. '.211 4C ,..*
guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Mrs. Arthur Rlcnardnon of Philadelphia week

Stubblns last Friday evening. Pa. Is visiting her slater i
Mrs Mattie Gahagan is spend Mrs. A W Anderson Sr andMr. m WA Van Patel and family had eetheir FOR. SALE -
T .
Itu..t'elnesdI1Y afternoonof i
.week visiting her son Anderson. # I
ing e I last week Mr. and Mrs. IM- AZALEAS
family Mr. and Mrs. Emmett
and ''
STILL GOING OX-AUlntrr '. p I Verne Oalloway of Jamestown
Gahagan In Savannah Ga. MrrvhamllHe Greatly Kmliiriil.Come '"..... .. j I N. Y and Miss Miriam Blowers'II IN HI.O and Mrs. D. B. Mercer have q
Mr. ,.
of Mayvllle N. V. I IMis. "
to Mount Vernon Wash. In and i>e all the Bargain I
returned .. I I III.
the four ue.. have. !SMART SIIOFVEMrs. ...., ; I J. 11. DuPre end MM. .1 HhACK CHEEKNUItsEIY
after spending past '"
1 Fields )I
months with Mrs. Mercer's parents H. J. Warlick of Valdosta ,,: ,; .1' I II 1. were in J..1180nvl11..1Tuellday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Howard. Ga. was visiting friends here last a ;. f IFnJNlnU'H | !,
liri'cn Ila.I
C io
.. I .d ", .' Springs
," .j i9
Mercer to Into the week. ..... '., ,.'" ) 'f'
Mr. plans go I.i)
lumber bunlness.APPLIANCES. Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons of '. .. :.. .".", "}t"" .,. ( : PAYOltSKKVKD mil. North iin J.M-k umillIHKhuHi. d

North Branch Mich. were guests ,\ .:"I. < .. : : IIYI'TA { "|1"11t'r: )' nay Et(-

1" of John Uglow and Mrs. Carrie to ... w,' ;.MKAIHKHSKotmiler's: : ;; ....I't :Man, to .\. >r. 8 .'. [M.
Ward the first of last week. #I i
: Pay Feb. 23. woeobserved ,
t. I
Mrs. E. T Venial spent the r
{ weekend in Jacksonville with her : at the Pllr..nt.TtlIlCherI
.n.n..lal l InnrslleSALRS.sIxvIcF brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Association meeting In the high Beware Coughs i
schonl audltorlun1'eln"K.li1Y afternoon
Mrs. E. D. Thompson.Mr. I
: ;:: Mrs E. D.
Tfnly pro- Common Colds f
and Mrs. L. W. Ioch are From
Rented it In the form of
program: ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul HudfT-
KEYSTONESERVICE ... questions and! answers ns to how ON
ins and Mr and Mrs. .. S. Kochin
I'TA vfts founded and relating to '
Inc. Arcadia for a few days. Cre"n"hion rclievc.prompllybccau.. :
Its and "
IIard inrr-.L.mhrr-t'aint' Drlbert Casey who has been (progress purpoHos.At I il ROC" right to she MM of' die troubU
hospitalized at the Naval Baae title time all past president. to help Imxen and expel germ laden

KI:%TOMI l.h::ii..H.II.r.; ., r'I.1t Hospital In Jacksonville Mince were hnnnrrd 1 and those attending) (phlegm and sid nature to tooth and

Christmas with a broken arm, the meeting were presented. to the heal| raw'. trotter, inflamed, bronchialmuiDtia
I,. \. "lIIlano_,... IteiirmentAtHcWELDINGo was home for the weekend with group. Tho first president, 10353rt I 1embron"..T"II your druugi iat t

r v, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T L. ,was the lute Mrs. I., F. Smith 'I to nil Jim a bottle ol Creomubioawith like {
undemanding must
followed la turn by Mrs, K.': M '' the you ;
Also home for the weekend s
Casey. the it quickly ilia '. the coub
',was Elvin, Casey from I<:U8t1". I Davis Mrs. E. K I }'..rryml\n. Mrs or vmi way. are la have your)money back.
Friends of Mrs. A. H. Green will VV B. Sewell. Mrs L. 1 It. Jennings .

) be glad to hear she is getting Mrs\ Junius Smith, and the locum CREOMULSIONforCoughsChestColds,8ronchitiSi

along as well as can be expected I bent, Mm. T. B. herding j t'

I at St. Luke's hospital, Jacksonville Two films Humnn; Growth"
; ?: after receiving a broken hip and "Human Development", property r
tI In a fall at the home of her of the State Doard of Here's Opportunity
l \
.. aWe ( daughter 1IrY.. M. Wlmberly Healthvcre shown to the parents. \

,. last week. In a.n effort to sample public opinion Young mnn, thnt pot of goldat

Mrs. G. J. McGriff Mrs. Lex ..., In regard to sex education In the end of the rainbow I III not
Green, and Mrs. Y. A. Harris of public schools. This showing wall when e.
hard to you'retrained
offer the people of Starke I r- no get
Gainesville were in Jacksonville described. as "parent education"on to get, ahead You can

and vicinity one of the most Monday. n subject" that parents" and get( this training and education
Mrs., F. H. Long had as her teachers are working on' to bring without costing you a pl'nnyl!

niiKlrrii and finest equipped I guests over the weekend Mr. and about n closer relationship The! story Is this: Find your

Mrs. Richard Thede and son, Ricky twwn home and school In be-I (place. In the new U. a. Armyor
riding shops. any M here. of Jacksonville on Sunday Instruction: of children.. U. S. Air Force where limitless -

and Billy Long from Gainesville ",,' ... Preceding the program the opportunities abound for A
All Work
on Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. ".,. ; president Mrs. larding conduct, 'ambitious men. For women too,
VV. A. Scott visited her _. ed brief business I
SMITH'S GARAGEAND -- a session and the WAC and WAF organiza
sister. Mrs. Walter Qlatzau and '., the devotional
stressing tolerance I Eons hold promise of a bright
MACHINE SHOP'Temple Mr. Olatzau In 'Deland last week. The 73rd birthday anniversary Following the traditional "Hap MS to race and creed was led byMrs. I future. See your recruiter today.

Miss Evelyn Stump and Miss. of Dr. \IM. B. Herlong was the HERLONG BIRTHDAY BARBECUE'IS I py Birthday" song led! by Rev. ( W R. Morse Mrs Junius I He's at the U. 8.,Army and IF. ,

Ave. Starke Lillian Stump attended the Spring inspiration for a memorable event OUTSTANDING EVENT I.J. R. Hill short talks congratulating Smith, publicity chairman, urged I S. Air Force Recruiting Station', q
the honor guest, were giv.en
Fashion Show at Hlllaborough I members' to attend tho regional I It." at Post Office Bldg. Stark,
when Mrs. Herlong entertained ex-Govorner John, W Martin .
weekend. i
Hotel In Tampa over the THE CUIF.U.T'IIY. f LU'I'" SCENES: AT IIEKLON41 meeting to be held In Jacksonville Fin. each Monday, 9 a.m. to
350 of the Doctor's friends and of Jacksonville and Lex Green
- --- PARTY Upper. left-The Rental hint cut first ,,"...' of huge on Monday Feb 28, at the Sem- 12 noon. There's opportunityIn
relatives barbecue and! fish: Assisting Mrs Herlong In serv-
at a Inole' fltltel.Following.
: kit lookon. a wide of professional
birthday raKe us Mr* Herlong ( ) and mulling guest range
i fry last Saturday evening. ing her guests were Mr. and Mrs. the business meeting technical and administrative

Come By And Ask For A I The spacious garden of the Robert Green Mr, and Mrs Nathan Mrs. L. A. Canova presented. the duties. Enlistment will mean
t'pper rllht-S..at..d at IIM> of the many tab! *" arranged on '
Demonstration Of Mrs. J. following group of girls In a a place for you to get educational -
:. Herlong home on North Walnut the lawn were (around table from doer loft corner)I W. B.Seuell. Provatt T. Griffin South American folk dance benefits offered nowhere

St. was beautifully lighted with Lloyd Lewis'' :Mr.. M. F. Brown K. G. Duncan I\ln. K. Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. R. 0. Kldd ty Lawson Gwendolyn Newsome: Pat die. Get full facts today and

strings of multicolored bulbs G. Duncan Mm. O. I- Bradley Mrn..L... R. Lewis,. O. L. ltra..l").. Mis.. Titus Olson Mrs. Frank Her- Barbara Prevail, Joanne Smith plan yourself a real future.

No Static strung above the many long tables L. D. Vlnlnff Mrs.. I. II. Vlnlng Mr*. T. II. Slant.-. Mr*. LloydL4wl long Mrs. P. E. Canova Mrs Shirley Kelly Elaine Colnon, \

arranged on the lawn. '.., Mrs. I'mm"I..rrl'k.: : T. II. Slade. Mr*. W. B. "Sewell." Phillip Wood Mrs W. E. Grooms I .. -

No Fading The table Holding the three. at lower right I Is jnt outride. range of camera Mrs. Harry Houston. Mrs. Billy I

No Stations tiered birthday cake was overlaid Loner l.'ft-Dr. and l\lrll. Herlong move about the ground. Norgel Mrs. H. H. Adams, J. C.Prltchard .

F JilYall Interfering with Surrounding a :white the linen cake banquet and at cloth.intervals looking after the pleasure of their. cue-Mi.!.. J. L. Simmons and "ANNIS ,I.1

on the table were palm Lower rlgl't' -A portion of the long queue nf !guests. l.. ......n i Harold Honnell. Jerry Witcher

Better Tone leaves fern and yellow ropes. bring arrveil \arlety of narlierued meat, fried fish and other 'was In charge of preparing the

Similar arrangements were used food (Staff photo by J. P. Udell.) barbecue I CONCRETE BLOCKSReady

throughout the Herlong home and I MIx Concrete. Builders Hardware
Miss Lillian Miss
-- Stump Evelyn
in the yard carrying out the I I Most Everything To Build, Repair.r. Rent.*"!
green and yellow color scheme. day cake after Dr. Herlong had an adjoining table in the yard. The I Stump and Mrs. J. M. Hembree

RADIOS cut the first slice. guest book was In charge of Mrs.J. I took of the ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc.1038KM8
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. L. care many lovely .
Chas. C. Shepherd A. Davis were In charge of decorations Mrs. Calvin Black and Mrs. R. Wainwright and Mrs 0.I j i gifts that the Doctor received W. Main Street South

Seat Covers and also served the birth. Clyde Andrews poured wine at B. Flynn. on this occasion. Phone 117 tIS GAINESVIIXB: P. O.

Starke Fla.PAINT I BOlt'J
Court & Madison Sts.
II. V. Knight received a message Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson Dr and Mrs. M. B. Herlong
of visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons had as their Sunday guests, Mr.
from Mrs. Allen A. Simmon
In Gainesville Monday.Mrs. and Mrs, Orders of Glenn Alpine.

---- ... Miami lat Saturday Informinghim Charles Larsen of Lake. N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. David I SAVE $ 100 ,
----1 of the sudden death of her
land spent last weekend In Starke Nussbaum and Mr and Mrs. .
husband who was a former resident I
brotherinlawand Leach of Jacksonville.
of Starke and State Auditorat as the guest
sister Col. and Mrs. D. Visiting Dr. and Mrs. H. II. ON THIS LOVELY
that time. At the time of his I
Knight. She was accompanied E'I I Adams over the weekend were
death resulting from a heart attack
Starke by Mr. Larsen and Mr. and Mrs R. D. Hesse and
Mr. Simmon was a member
who spent the weekendIn daughter Carol and Mrs. Carrla
Jacksonville attending the Adams of Jacksonville.Mr. .
of Municipalities at the and Mrs. Bruce Montgomery.
League Walnut Finish
STILL GOING ON-Ail WinterMer.landia. / e r
George Washington Hotel.J. \. of Griffin Ga. are spending several !
Greatly Rcdurrd.Come ..,...._
I M. Brownies and daughter ) days with Mm. Montgomery'sslaters h
: In a.iJ: see all the Bargainsw
.. have. SMART: SIIOPPE Katherine and Ann Lasenby of Mrs. W J. Chandler und 0-x| *. unit ...."....tlillf of large.
Sunday guests of I Mrs W. F. Godwin
Mrs. J. T. Houze of Valdosta Gainesville were cheat minimi paiirl, awl -
Mr. Brownlee's mother. Mrs.. J. Mrs. H. R. Van Gor 4 ilp Ga. visited her daughter Mrs. E. night table' Ilixinil list,
M. Brownlee. ca, Penna. Is visiting her daughter.
C. Mann, and Mr. Mann here C
Virginia Jean Darby of Little Miss Helen Van Gorder. glass, mirror on vanity _
last week. Santa Fe Lake spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng w..rei ,, ny.U'JNU& SALE. .
'nrh dime proof drawnanil .' 2assn 14 9 5 0
with her aunt. Mrs. S. L. Pock. i visiting' Mr. Vlnlng'a brother-in- i'Ui'E PKHTK: .
Mary Agnes Matthews was silO law, W. J. Tlmmerman In Valdosta -ntiT drawer gulilm.IT'S .

1 MARCIA JUNIOR Mrs. Peek's guest Saturday night. Ga. Sunday. /test Ice Refrigerator On The Market f

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsof
BY LADY FAIR family H. O. Lawson and Mr. Jacksonville were! weekend I IIII White Mountain ICE BOXESNOW
BEAUTY SHOP Woods were visiting relatives In guests of W. H. Struth and Miss I PI 'gp ON DISPLAY SELECT YOURS NOW !

Auburndale and attending the Kate Struth.

Orange Festival Saturday and Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlongwere III '
EXTRA SPECIAL! Walnut Finish
of Mr. and
Sunday. overnight guests |

STILL GOING ON-All U Inter Palatka. They attended the iI Door Metal

u ( MrrrhandlM Greatly Kmluirrt. Shriner dinner and cocktail party ,

Come In avid see all the Bargain ,while ther 'iI'i:1 Utility CABINETS Heg.

IS MAGIC FOR YOUR HOME we have. N. I.\nT HIIOPPK, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke and,

Earl Johnson of Metter Oa. daughters Gall and Terry Dee
COVER IT inside and outside with our SiIERWIN was here for the weekend l to visit of Gainesville were Sunday gursUof pllIt Only I 23.95 3.00

WILLIAMS: Paint for beautiful protection. It seals it his mother-in-law Mrs. J M. Mr, and Mrs. }t. C. Brown.

against weather and time deterioration Rives your I Brownlee and call for Mrs. Johnson Houseguests of Dr. and Mrs. t Compare These With Val
furniture and furnishings a beautiful backgroundfor and sons, Holt and Jimmy M. B. Herlong over the weekendwere tti
lovely who, have been visiting Mrs. John- Mr. and Mrs. W D. Smithof Any $32 Cabinet

living.: son's mother for the past two ,Perklnston. Mis*. and Harold l What A !
Itoy Bug
'LOOK OVER our complete color charts this week weeks. Honnell of Kossuth, Mis. I 1.95MMITKO 1

ask our friendly staff for ideas to save you time and Friends of Mrs. F. C. Holllngs- Mrs. Fred Selley and son, Frank Ideal for u.." a... linen Only

worth will regret to learn) that she Robert left Saturday for New or 011,11 cabinets
work. Is confined Shadycreat ho..pltsll! I Bedford. Mass where she will join Nl'MBEK:

where she. Is under observation. her husband and make their home

.,:..nu! A PIst Isre seals weals Friends of Mr.. W. J. Epperson |, Col.! and Mrs. D. E. Knight A FAC''T YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
hear she has spent Thursday In >
Sr. will be happy to
TAR.K& ,-.sr' .returned to her home on S. Walnut Mr. and Mrs. JaCkllOnv.te'l

I Street after *n absence: of two Gainesville. Mrs. DenmaiPHONE rk Furniture Co.STARKE.

I LADY FAIR FEALfTY months. Mrs. Epperson )fin. been 1 Tampa and Mr. Dallle Epperson I .

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES ,.. seriously 111 and hospitalized In' of Lake Butler vere Sunday

-- DEPOT.. (7 # ,45w. $' Jacksonville after which she recuperated guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. 151 FLA.
; S.A.L. ( e'I at the home of her, Aridrraon and Mrs. W. J. Epper-I

'" &P'' .", I daughter Mr. George Anderson. I I son, Sr .





f :


j visited her niece Mrs Mana Wiggins with Miss Ida Merritt. / flown. I shall always be a golden leading and Miss Barbara Mooreat It. O. Brown, Starke Florida. jVtty. In next four weekly l..ua.Wltnenn AND XCOTICIS TO APPEAR .
for Pit. J.is 4t 8-il my hand ant official STATP3 OF FLORIDA to: WalterIllrki
i 1 over the weekend and at- A large crowd attended servicesat haired lass at my grandmother'sknee. the piano. Refreshments of seal at Starke. Florida this February whose residence la unknown.
.''I; New RiverAND tended church at New River Sun- Long Bridge Monday night. Too I have my aon'i baby ice cream and cookies were served In Circuit: lit Court.C'h..t.ry.Bradford. Oinatr.frlorldftl II, 1919.OFFICIAL March. You 14 are, lUll required, In the to above appear.named. on
the picture, forever beautiful ba- by Mrs Edwards ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Anderson message my
Bro. gave wherein plaintiff
n,..nv.r F. Dicks, Plalntirf v.. An Clerk of said Court Court and cause
LONG BRIDGE day.Mrs.. T. M. Hodges and childrenof and Mr. Parker of Starke played by. On my desk is a picture of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley had Shirley 8.E. Dicks, Defendant.. Ca>* ny Haven Crosby. D. C. nerka divorce.' Bradford County Order
By Mrs.' E. A. Mapp visiting some songs on the hand saw. Mr. my son In his sailor uniform and as theln guests last Sunday the No. M. O Brown, Starke.. Florida, /mv Telegraph In next ..u'I.'I.
High Springs were Minshew and Mr another where he holds his own Nelson Blocker of Atlanta Order. of Publication and Setlrto for Pit. 2-18 4t 811iv official sealat
and Mrs Willie family hand and
Witness my
. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Moody last AppenrRtat this February. 1.
Lake little the hand. Yea the Beach. Miss Mattie Stark, Florida
and Mrs. Toni Andrews of son by Harley of of Florida to: Shirley E.
t' Everyone is Invited to come to weekend.Mr. and Miss Hazel Phillipsof outer world change and fall Jacksonville and Miss Bloke whose residence and addrU ... : riMcrir cot'irr. miADFonnCOUNTY 1949.
Butler may Shirley unitnown: FLORIDA IN: trfl lCbltY. l\- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.A ,
church at Long Bridge Sunday. and Mrs. T. D. Wester and Theressa were some of the but pictures still remain the same. Harley of Heilbronn. You .r. required to,, appear on : Clerk of said Court..
.l. Bro. Fred Dodd of Keystone will children of Jacksonville visited visitors. How I love them. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney of March 21, 1949. In th. above named Kllmabeth Williamson Hick. Plaintiff ny Haven Crosby. U. C.Hobert Bids.,
1017 Lynch
Mrs. Thelma Merritt Court and cause, wherein plaintiff VH. Walter Hicks, Defendant. H Dunrun
fill his regular appointment.Mrs. her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Moody Here It Is warm for a day or Jacksonville were visiting in Law- seeks divorce I IlnKlforil CountyTelesraph I Can* No. 7U9. Jacksonville, Fla..
Saturday afternoon shall thin Order ORDER;: OF PUBLICATION Atty. tor Pit. 2-U 41 S4n
i Johns and children tey last Tuesday.
Pledger made a business trip to Macclenny two and the streets were brim
visited her mother Mrs. N.. A. Mrs. Lomle Rhoden of Jackson- Monday.Mr. full of running/ water. It has sud MUs Lois Ditty :of Willisto .
.. Conner of Midway Sunday afternoon ville was visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Shiver of denly turned cold a sharp wind was a visitor here last Sunday. -

Troy Dukes Sunday. Gainesville were visiting Mrs. Nan Is plowing and weather man says She Is a former teacher In Lawtey tumuIliflfiRVWAF.OF 1I1/S'llr
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wester and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody were Merritt Sunday.Mr zero tonight. I have my garden Junior High.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hunter oft In Atlanta Qa. on a business and Mrs. Romle Johns of seeds. Don has gone Into the Kelffe McKinley who has been
Lake City were visiting Mr. and trip recently. Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. country to set up a new Maytag connected with the State Road
|r 'Mr*. Ira Merritt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cook of Belle John Sunday. We are sorry bottle gas stove he sold. I had Department here for the past fcev / .

Mrs. Roaa Plnholster of Brooker Gainesville spent the .weekend Aunt Belle hasn't been feeling eight lovely valentines. A lovely eral months, was transferred to ... :. .
dY..rdswMr no well lately. She has been suffering silk scarf also from my son and Jacksonville last Saturday. /
i The Lawtey attended the n' Dat ? 4
Made I Faculty zlie '
with her back. We hope family. me so happy. # .
she will soon be better. have been sewing and made two I Bradford County Teachers meetIng -
r From where I sit..// Joe MarshHow's pinafores for summer. I found ; In Starke Thursday afternoon

myself singing as I.washed dishes, of last week
"Count Your Many Blessings." The Edwin Stalling family has ,
Clay Hill The days pass so swiftly and soon recently moved from Starke to J
Your It will be March. When I WILt quite Lawtey and their two children
Ity Liira Burgess" Mohr young J: used to dread getting old. Weldon and Vonda have enrolled
t Listening Time? Pours, Nebr.Wherein However now at mlddleage I In our school

feel a deep satisfaction that I BIRTHDAY DINNERA
have attained this age. Peace at surprise birthday dinner was cIr
Back Howell and I were in Da1eline with his listening time around I l look thru my oM, album heart and a deep sympathy and given Sunday at the home of J. PLAIIL414 !=
and realize that only a picture LOAF
.illelut week.Dropped IB at Bob's here the gang reminds him by understanding for others come M. Browning, honoring him on : 17/
lifter where some friends were sitting standing up and stomping." ran stay the flight In of time with age. I am glad.I his 51st birthday anniversary. Wirth ic/MG/ /N \
and rhang Winter still here. .
around talking about whether Herbert Quests who enjoyed the'day with
From where I sit, that's a t to sell bogs BOW or wait. system Everyone has a right to Us Insomuch as power has been given haa moved to one of the houses the family were Mr and Mrs. J.

) Buck plunges right Into the discussion. opinions bat others have a right To stay the flight of time that at Camp one. That Is in walking and W. Holmes Mrs Willie and son Carter, Jimmy and, chil-Mr. <* .* Lmt. F"" e. .s E .rw8._. VMM BM, Ask for and insist upon
to theirs, too-whether It's deciding power here. distance of Clay Hill. Ilia Mae I
i He's lecturing away when Dixie Darling Kitchen oven
dren, John William, Mary, and
Where lens and Johns writes she
longing equally Lorene.
suddenly they all stand up and between to sell or not to sell, 1 Edward, and Mrs. Leslie Crew baked bread wrapped in
have striven Lula Mae writes has
Mosely I
their feet like it apple pie or cherry pie, or a glass I
start stomping '
and daughters, Judy Nelda Joe sparkling cellophane. Itsoven
To hold the pose of the arrested been raining a lot at Clay Hill. ras
was an Indian war dance. ef mellow beer or cider.Life's more The infant of and Sandra, all of Raiford; Mr. fresh dally in all our
year. son Harry Mosely Ir
1 I'm flabbergasted. Bat Back interesting that way,and hang It If Here Mother, in her finest tucks of Zephyr-hills has been 111, Is bet- and Mrs. W. :M. Dinklns and son. stores and priced much low-

only looked sheepish and explains, yon don't sometimes learn some and laces ter at this time. Alton Mosely Andy and Claude Harden Gaines er than other popular breads.

"Guess I was talking again when talngtCopyright ./J Age seventeen and Grandma's hauls strawberries to Starke for ville; and Miss Carolyn Trultt FOOD STORES Why pay more when you can:
i I shonld-of been listening. When a ,, bearded dad Harrison Mosely. They have large George Trultt and Buster Brown buy the beat for less-That's
: pel' on'l talking time gets out of Look out at us from their small picking now. The Carson Grlffls ing Jacksonville: Quantity Rights Reserved DIXIE DARLING.

d I window spaces; store at Clay Hill Is doing a In flrrnlt/ Court. Bradford Conntr Prices Good Thru Saturday, Feb. 26th
While Great Aunt Sophie in her good business Earl Mosely and Florida !. thanrrrr.Nell .
,7949,United State Breuitn Fout>'t Sunday plaid wife and sister Bell went to a Henry N. I'arrlxh Defendant.. Case
Endlessly strokes a pale, Immortal dance at Starke on Valentine'sEve. No. 7118. Style
t Order. of Publication sjnd Noticetc
SUNDAY kitten. Such a lovely letter froma .
:j 'GATOR BOWL NITES The outer world may change and lady near Starke who reads State. of Florida Appear to: Henry N. C

JACKSONVILLE MAIL 3rd THRU 9th fall and fall Clay Hill. -She used to live In Divine ParrlKh Street.,! whose; Columbia.residence S. C.la:: 280 BREADFamily:
COMMITTEE. SPONSORS And whole new histories of men Pennsylvania but moved to Florida You ere required l to appear ton
MOROCCO TEMPLE PILGRIMAGE March 21 1940, In 'shove namedCourt
be written. four years ago. She loves Florida. anl cause, 'h'.r': plaintlfseeks I
I [ALLNEW / But here your father, vigorousand Does my heart good to have such divorce Itratirord. CountTelegraph
shall publish this Order
tall nice letters from a person as
In next four weekly Issues.
EDITION I 1 1NNIESt ? Stands heedless of how many wonderful as Mrs. William Mahler. Witness mv hand and official seal
at Rtarke., Florida this February Maxwell House
years have flown. Mrs. Cox of Miami says It Is 12. 1941
"pow HOLIDAYon Your small hand clasped foreverin beautiful down there and still (OFFICIAL SEAT) A. J. ThnrnaAn
Clerk of said Court. xt
his ,
own. enjoys Clay Hill By Haven Crosnv D. C. J
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1949 and burn, yet I love to get my album lip stick then you will always Although not compulsory it Is _
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28 : them over. It Is my Mother's album easy cake try the ready mix cakeon Insurance. I represent carry only old Van CampPork .
and she willed me that family the market. I put on powdered line reliable stock companies.Your .
ACTS A1USTAI \ treasure when she died. It Good.sugar icing and eat them warm business will be appreci & Beans No 2 -13'/2
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36 silver clasp. Father gave it to Here are oatmeal cookies that
129 W. Call Street
GIAMOUI. SHRINE NIGHT her as a birthday present when are cut out. 1 oup sifted flour.

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I Mnri-h lint mi, haven Crnnhy, D. C.
mentary school are getting along
Christian ChurchJ. \ ed] Court and < J Hi'nriarMon, St. .
J2nq A..u.
Il i r ::
ladies Miss I :
fine. The two young tiff Hrkn dlvorua. *. Florida

D. Dlvon" : Pastor 1MrCftQ Rubye Duke In Mrs. Se well's In Telegraph neat' four hull! w .. :. for Pit. 1-tl U t1tEXPERT

The congregation of the Christian fifth grade and Miss Betty Raw- \vitnmi my |
Christian linson In Mrs. F'ellum's third grade, at mark. Plorldu.
Church Call &
rtiarv' 1049.OFFiCIAi.
and seem to like teaching very well; ( ; SEAL
has completed
Streets, just
1 Ir they will stay over about seven Am .'...rk of mild.
furnished a new parsonage on Hy raven. ('rn..h),
5 I Christian Street near the Church, -' weeks. John J. lnr. |..ri :
nD .1 hk St. AtlKllltln, "" tad im
and their pastor and "wife, Rev. ;--." IF -- -NEWS Ally for rif.
and Mrs. J. B. Dixon, moved In BRADFORD HIGH BOYS the final score of 20-17. High
Church"Bring The Beta Club had charge of ti f.IRe-.r (
on February 7th. They are pleas- WIN FOUR: STRAIGHT scorer was Carlle Mae Hall who <'ni'vrv., "' .
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday the assembly program Friday, ('k:I1Y.
antly located and are receivingthe made 12 of the 17 points for
Him to Me" la the sermon Last week was a record week Feb. 11, for the purpose of tappingnew mill Jean .
Church Service 11 members and their friends. Lake
a.m. Sunday Bradford. High scorer for .Court."y
for the B. H. S. boy's team. They members and acquainting the tiff va Wray
the Paator
'title by at the Evening Service 7:43: : p.m. Sun- They report a number of new won four straight games! The Butler was Betty Jo Fort who student body with the Beta Club. foniUnl. ('ass
First Baptist Starke, this Sun- members recently added to the made 14 of Lake Butler's 29 OliriKK OP ,
boys played Hawthorne February Speeches were made by the ANI NOTir-B
day morning at 11 o'clock. A message dayBible Study Is Wednesday Church Roll. 11, and defeated them 40 to 20. points. i Sponsor Mrs. Woodham and STATB OP .
every ,
The Sunday Worship program The "A" teams of Brad- nandnll
on the need and power of Godwin getting 11 points and girls' Idell Landrum. president. Draw and address last .
at 7:43:
prayer. The choir will be under the : Includes morning sermon subject Eaves 10.February. ford and High Springs met Thursday Martha to, Mouth SERVICE
Reddish, Vice President,
direction of Mn. Ethel Biggs with The Law of Separation". Even- afternoon In the Armory for You are .."..
13 they played Lake Home Secretary, Peggy Ann March Slat 1941).
at 7:30: --"The Bradford
Ing subject their first waR
at the game.
Mona Canova ..
piano. .
Mrs. I and Janet Court and "" '
to Treasurer
who Wiggins.
METHODIST CHURCH Butler waa supposed Chas. C.
evening the of Reaping". Bible School 10 a.m. victorious defeating High Springs tiff seek. dlvorr
Sunday message by Service i B. H. S. a real beating. The final Anderson a member of the Beta T l..vraph shall I
Saturday night, Prayer Meeting Wednesday night. with a 45-30: score: The guards
the Pastor will be one of assurance every score was 86 to 28 in BradfordHigh' Club describing. the work of the In neat four ShepherdAt
as the title I Is "The Born of Sunday morning and Sunday night, Fellowship Supper Thursday showed good work. Carlle Mae and Witness my .
Cod Can Never Be Lost". Happy 11 a. m. and 3 p. m., at Congregational night. Children's Hour Friday 3:30P. : favor. Dryden was highpoint Hall, high scorer, made 25 of the Beta Club. Janet Anderson the at 8tark, Florida. Gay's Service Statio.Starling's .
man with 24 points. I Peggy Ann Wiggins sang rjmry. 1949.UFFICIAL. I
Hour of hymn and chorus requests! Methodist Church on M. CYF meeting Friday 7:30: 45: points scored for Bradford.One Beta Club ( SEAL

begins at 7:30: led by the Pastor Brownlee Road Rev. .1.-W. Grif- p.m. February 17, the boys played of the best games of the; After the song.speeches the Juniors I Aa Clerk. of said
and defeated them
with Mrs. Morse at the piano and till, Paator. High Springs season was played Friday nightIn and Seniors with not less than a
Mrs. Mann at the Hammond or- St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. 63 to 31. Dryden was high man St. Augustine between thegirls'
B average (while In High )
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS with 22 points and Godwin made of Bradford and I
"A" teams
were tapped. They are June Bell
gan.Sunday 10th St. and Temple Ave. 12. Ketterhnus. At the end of the
School meets at 9:43: Helnt Sharon Jean
B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar Nancy Sapp Grocery
for all ages Intermediates and Sunday School:4:5: a. m.; MornIng Feb. 21 The real game came when the second quarter the score was 11- I Parker, Jimmy Lee, Jerry Merritt
Juniors meeting In the temporary Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic School. Tornadoes went to St. Augustine. 13 In favor of Ketterhnus. The Sapp, Harold Norman. Dolores
10 Church Nurseryand
Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone a.m. Ketterlinus really meant to layIt was close throughout and
buildings on Jackson Street. departmentsIn game McKnight, Jo Ann Dinkins, Grace STARKE. FLORIDA
welcome. Kindergarten on good but the B. H. S. defense ended with a 23-26 victory for
Training Unions gather at 6:15: : the Parish House, and Primary was too strong for them and Bradford. The forwards were at Dickinson Marian McRae, Joyce SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY. FEB. 25 & 26

for training: In church member- the Pastor are a blessing to the Junior and Intermediate Ncwsome Betty Ann Flynn. EdIth "
the boys won 50 to 46. Dryden their best and much credit must WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY
with unions for all church. Fowler Audrey Moore Betty
ship, age Christian life. departments In the
made 25
for their
be 'given the guards Alma Ken H
Ann Powell Thomas
groups. A friendly welcome Is found 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and sermon B. H. S. Will play Macclenny splendid performance.The 5 lt c..
neth Grider, Peggy/ Cozatt. >.
the Rev. S. W. Creaaey.
Mid-week service held by
weeklyat by all who worship at the First
last before -
22 In the -
February game Plans are being made for the
7:30: on Wednesday evening. Baptist Starke, and a cordial invitation 6:30: p.m. Youth group In cooperation the Suwannee Conference pupils of Mrs. Long1 10th formal Initiation and Induction of Sugar Factory 29

Testimony Ume, and message by is extended to all. the Presbyterian with the Church youth at the of which starts February 24. grade English classes look for the new members Into the club. Pack

ward each Friday to a spelling

Presbyterian Church. The bulletin board downstairsIs match. The following names are 1M IHtlir tlliur. HH 'I>KOHII
Wednesday March 2. Ash Wednes- rOI.T'. rLOHIIItl I* til AM.t No. 2 Cans Real Good
that did not miss a word:
still shining with its r%w coat pupils KHV.

7:30: P. M.: day.10:30: am. Penitential Office of paint but there Is a correctionto Mary Andrews. Donald Bennett, n-orln:,: Matthew Mnn yh.m Monvyham Plaintiff: )v:. CORN 2 for 29c

and Communion service. be made. The boys Frank Sue Biggs Oils Collins, Katheryn fended ('a... No. 71 founpiu

"What Will Happen In Heaven 8pm.Holy Evening Prayer. Dryden Eldridge Hayes, and Colaon. Ralph Davis Kasper Dun- AND NOTIOH: r>K 'prui.ir'ATlori TO AI'PSAItSTATn

James Hamilton might have started can, Curtis Edwards, James Gas- OF- FLORIDA tut Henry Center Cut C
Each Tuesday during/ Lent. t the coat but It took kins Mary Jo Green, Thomas i Matthew Monnoyhnni: wh new
When Jesus Comes In The Air? 8 p.m. Evening Prayer. unit address fait known I Ia Bacon White 23
The church Is dally for I Elizabeth Crawford and Mary Harding Martha Henry, Edward 17.1 Hmith Cdlega. Ht. Akron, Ohio.
open Lou Alvarez to finish it. You Massey, Katy Mitchell, Bert New- You are rmiiilrnl to appear on

11:00 A, M.: "EXCEEDINGLY SINFUL" prayer and meditation. should have seen them climbingup comb Loca Rafuse. Dolph Red I.r tb.
Special services will be held In
In chairs so they could reach dish, Barbara Ritchie, Leslie

St. Mark's Episcopal Church dur- the top, catching hold of radiatorsto Sapp, Gerealdlne Shaw Marvin CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION DOG FOOD 3 for 25cNeckBonestlOc
ing Lent. On Ash Wednesday, REAL GOOD
First BAPTIST Church HAMPTON March 2, the Penitential Office keep from falling and on Warren Daisy Wilkinson, and Hel.
their knees en W11ltf1eld.
will be said, and the Holy Com- scrubbing up paint
BOB GRAY, PASTOR with a paper towel. While this
munion service celebrated at 10:30:
was going on, who would be out It :was Interesting to watch Mr.
VISITORS ALWAYS UELCOMK: a.m. and there will also be a
service of Evening Prayer at 8 overseeing but Peggy Dale Co- Nagle explain to his second per ;
.zatt? Well it's finished and that's iod biology class that you can'tInherit
Each Tuesday evening durIng -
all that matters. Anyway, Miss brain diseases (dumbness).
Lent, service of Evening
.. ... .. a Newman and Mrs. had He finally convinced all of themI
A. Long
- - - -' Prayer will be held at 8 o'clock. an Interesting financial transaction believe. New Crop Blue RoseRice

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In The public In cordially invited to -

these services. Just think Bradford High

The_Rev. B. E. Simmons was ?. School has four practice teachers! 2 lb.19C
The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof WJlO'M WHO T t
The People"A the guest speaker at the monthly i He Just can't miss the basket! We are very glad to have them

meeting of the Laymen's League I This long, lean and lankey blonde with us, and are sure all of the

of Grace Chapel in Jacksonvilleon senior boy loves basketball and students are going to be nice to

Southern Baptist Church For AU People Monday evening. The Rev I Is always high point man unlesshie them and show them that B. H. S. Look What A Special! Great Northern

Grover Alison, Jr., rector of Grace ankle Is giving him trouble. has really got some ladles and

Chapel at one time was a residentof I gentlemen In It. Mr. Smith Is In
Wonder what B. H. S. will do
Sunday School 9:45 Training Colons 6:15: Starke and vicar of St. Mark's PHARMACIST
without him next year? Mrs. Longs English/ \ Clans; Mlsn Beans *. 9CW"
Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:30: Church. I McKInley In Miss Ro enbt'rg's

11:00 Wed. MId-Week Service 7:30 On Thursday, February 17 shorthand and typing class; Mr. Phone 64 STARKE

Presbyterian Church Joyce Newsome, Grace Crews, Dickey In Mrs. Woodham's Eng- Qn-the-Mlnlt Service
Elizabeth Crawford and June lish class; and Mr. Kennan In Mr. ] BUY EGGS' AND) PAY GOOD PRICES!

MORNING: "Bring Him To Me" Morning Service 11:00: o'clock. Bell gave a miscellaneous bridal Hobbs Physical Education clans I DAY & NIGHT BRING THEM TO US! ,

Last. Sunday our pastor spoke of shower honoring Mrs. Peggy Dale The Interns who have been I
EVENING: "Born Of God Never Be Lost" the gratifying response of our Cozatt, at the home of Joyce New,, here about two weeks In the Ele-

I church and community to the some. Everybody had a fine time .. .- y
-. challenge of Christ. On Sundayh4 eating talking and looking ,at

"Visit The Church With The Visiting: Pastor" expects! to show ways In which Peggy's lovely gifts
all Christians may aid In the

.. .. -,- -- -.- -- ---- .. .. --.-." growth of the Kingdom of God. GIULM' II.V.SKETH.U.L Seems es
everybody. evesytvAe/v. sfIlJig-
r Sunday School 9:43: : a m. At the The girls' \'A" teams of Brad

Opening: exorcism conducted by ford and Lake Butler met In the

Miss Lucile Mitchell last Sun- Armory Tuesday\ night for their -
day, every chair was filled and ()
second game. The game was clone
of had to stand. Thin was
some us
In,the first half with a 9-0 score F37fl1fTa
DUTIES due to the Increased attendance at the end of the second quarter.After .

of the Adult Class, now In Its hard playing and good

fourth week of Membership con teamwork
by both forwards and
conscientiously performed with modesty test. The Team under the Cap-
guards, our girls met defeat with
taincy of Mrs. Black Is in the

, of expense and no lessening of lead, but the second team under iI3If5Y $

Service have won for us an enduring Mrs.Friday St. John night Is The not Adult far behind.On Class. Methodist Church tAe most cat (# gIat .

regard in the communities which we .will meet at the home of Mr Layman's Day will be observedat

and Mrs. Kaufman to hold its the Methodist Church Sunday

serve. monthly meeting and social. morning at 11 o'clock. 1. D. Vin-

Prayer Meeting Wednesday even- Ing who Is the charge Lay Leader,

DeWITT C. JONESPhone Ing at 7:30: In the Chapel.' has charge of arrangements for

Junior Westminster Fellowshipeach this service. L. F. Smith will be
7 Starke, Fla. _______ Sunday at 6:30.: Rev. Mr. the speaker and will use as his I

Simmons gave a very helpful talk subject "I Am a Methodist", ThisIs ,
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur last week and there were 13: the layman's approach to 'The

Advance For Christ and HI.Church" .
local funeral home enables us! to offer conveniences and present.
instituted by the General -
services not otherwise available.We .
Conference for the next qua-
At The TabernacleA drenium. .
r r.
The pastor will use as his snr-
service at lowest prices and splendid message on 'The
furnish the highest type
mon subject Sunday night at 7:30:
Second Mile" was brought to the
accept ANY' life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY "The Law of Love."
Tabernacle group Friday eveningby
company as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Charles E. GremmeU, of New Sunday School begins at 9:45.:

Consultation carries no obligation. at Park-of-the- You are welcome to this and all
Jersey a guest
Palmn. Mr. Gremmels makes his other services of the church.

Illustrations realistic as he has

] at his command the art of mimicryand ciiuncii OF GOD ,
Rev. L. S. Williams Pastor
vital truths are driven to the
11 r Ii < eI 8th A St. Clair Sis.
point by this inimitable gift.

I :j.'k': : : Another guest at Park-of-the- Sunday School 10 a.m.
Sunday 11
Palms gave of her time and talent Morning Worship a.m. .
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. SmaSt( DI LUIS
to the Master's work Satur-
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30
: p.m.
day night when Mrs. James Hippie
presented a fine Felt-Talk to the Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.
Youth Meeting showing with I .
beautiful pictures. Pauls' call to

visit the Gentiles. Also a Bible
Office Supplies at the Bradford
puzzle was given on John 3:16. n IM-eftM BUY fat i.rhrunc.MillionsarpeopleaparroasAmerirsenduodoubte .
I..tiM BUY fir Orhhtglutf s.! BMif
County Telegraph. Complete fat n. _H
Sunday morning the Sponsor Jh ...,t IstwffrW, BUY SfyDag
line now In stork. reel thrill and thrift-for the finest *fpnfomuinr
4 MS delivered a Bible Teaching message ..9y. IT14psq with MW C.eterPeint For
on the "Seven Churches. of and economy-owner after owner wilt
friends sod neighbors" too-are hailing the DesbjHWluit
the Revelation", and Sunday even- your tell you there' nothing like a Chevrolet! Its world'. \
It's the '
"Iusurrlook" of Chevrolet for 40. : beauty '
Ing Rev. and Mrs. Walter Anderson PHONE 218 rhwnpiun Valve-in-IIrad engine--aow setting a bead
Prison Evangelists, of MIn- leader,all right-in.i.U, outside,.and from nm point a thrilling, esp.rienra. will be yours when for high-priced car, but remaining eirliuive to ( ..*

neapolis. Minn. were present. Mr. COLONIALFLORIST of view" For the bodies are by .-.ber-fl""" < "t <&. ycxi; take your; tint rub in Chevrolet for '40! rolet ia it* ficU-botU. all record fur mile* aarrtd.

.. car faKM-found only on Chevrolet: aad higher. ., (,..nter-
Anderson thrilled the congregation New Center-Point Ueiign- easels MtufieiJ, and year toted and proved.

with a spiritual message priced are Point Steering Center-Point Seating tower

from his experience in prison Center of Gravity amt Center-Point Rear Stu-

OH IT TASTES SO GOOD work.Mountain pension-provides driving and rifling rmulu ,.. ..i. ....",., IUY ,.,Smfttf
.tlM IUY rW Cewftrf
peaks of blessingswere n. Mff lt. heretofore amiable only to owner of more To of new Chevrolet for '..
buy one
Taste the difference when you drink creamier, experienced Tuesday night i /oull enjoy a see and Jlnf 1 kind of comfort: in this costly earl. Here r.another"firrt"for Chevrolet I I. to give your the.M wfety protectioa found

smoother GUSTAFSON'S milk! The delicious when Gordon L. Purdy.. President car. The perfectly reUmrl" 1 comfort of "Fire-Foot >-notber vital contribution to low-cort motor in no other low-prmd cart (I) New CertlSafc

flavor makes it a favorite with both young of and Gospel Mr.Volunteer.George of F.the Tlbbltts World, @ .G,._.,La" plus I extra-(<>ocrou* bad leg sad elbowroom.Moreover 1og-.DOt. treat .for Chevrolet{! ownent, It.flpk.nlie. Brake. *; (t) Eitn-Strong Fisher UBweW.

It's a "car that breathes" for an adnnmd m.mb"r-onl few Center-Point Design, can Ikxly Contraction; (3)) New Panonmio VUibdrty;
and old. It's easily digested rich In food brought from In about 23: of their guests beatiaii and ventilating system: inhales. out de sir giv. theM finer motoring results) ; and only the ((4)) Safety Pint. Glass ia wiaddueld and all window
Park-of-the-Palms. Mr. Pur-
values and "tops" in giving abundant en dy had charge of the service and FLOWERSFOR and exhales' stale air. sew Chevrolet offer Center-Point Design ., and ((5)) the super-rteady, .uper--"/. L'aitUed -

ergy. For milk that's truly delicious, and Is there were Testimonies, Songs '(Heater and defroster units options! st sates eort.) lowest cort. Action Rida.TORODE .
doubly-rich, call us collect' today. and piano numbers. These guests

were front numerous states and GARDENS

TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL-- each bad a refreshing Testimonyof C Pf4ally M/lrJt Cart


Friday night, Feb. 23 Rev. Wal
ter Anderson will have charge of PLANTS AMERICA CHOICE fOR lima

DAIRY the service and another treat Is
In store for those who attend. CHEVROLET CO.

PHONE 2312 !
Core Springs. Florida
Green DAILY Sunday Mass 10 .... Nona *!;t Starke

SERVING STARKE Sunday School 11 sun. STARKE, FLA.

Week Day Mas 8:30: a.m..



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t Keystone iieihis Ozzie CasonHis rs.. ; e -? Berry GrowerIt's

S S S S S S S ; '
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4t t CLEAN-UP. ORDINANCE> Experience Over Thirty-Year Period _ ; Ca A Thirteen-Months-A-Year Job -

I At a meeting held February 8tlth I. Proves Crop Is Safest Source Of Revenue ,., 1 Especially If You Grow Your Own Runnersfamily

Club of -
Woman's KeystoruHeights ,
; It'N IVhrtiary and although the way he expresses it."Along "
t '
voted unanimously < S and haw much he must' In Bradford
.. 1919 berry lcnl has at Last two about June" he digs berry plantings Coun

ponaor a "cleanup" ordinance to re.quiring month yet to <<", ()Zl.ie Canon UI the runners, cleans them. off '. hire in the open market. Caaon, ty dropped to an all-time low ofj

Li property owners re.. hiw. already started hi* rrop for and sets them out from 3 to 4 ..' .i who knows all the angles, estimates 200 acres. Since the war, however
u move rubbish trash and underbrnnh _
Inches deep. his costs at somewhat lens the acreage has been steadily
from city Iota. : ij : -around $13 thousand plants. until the
That's what they mean when Mr. Canon thinks every grower ,, per building up current to-

An article published In th, they say that growing strawberries should grow his own runners, ,, e.' This figure Includes setting tal Is estimated at around BOO

Bradford County Telegraph pub-* is a "13 months a year" making him Independent of high dusting: general care mulching, With good prices and favorable

, lictzuig a like law voted by the. and fertilizing. But as for gather. weather conditions
; Job. Fourteen ,months a year priced plants In the fall "But prevailing so
Slarke City Council. was read bym. it Ing-that's a different tory. It far this observers
would probably be more like It you can't just set 'em out i and year, report a
\ member and the ladles present for Mr. Cason. forget 'em," he cautions. "You .41J costs B cents a quart for renewed Interest on the part orj

Immediately expressed approval I With him strawberries are a gotta keep working 'em all the .; )Zs''a ,.,m : l' /60 cents a crate for Plcklng'l I growers In Increasing acreage next
i i of mien a for Keystone.. ; crate itself now costs :; fall.
I program ; career a profession and time." Many are being encouraged!
The added attractlvnesa" of acTcfl' as Is the case with most other Sure MoneyMakerMr. The expense of getting berries to plant runners now so there]

"" town and a beautiful' one well-run businesses-they make Cason has been growing : picked and packed Is just about will be no scarcity of plants when

was emphasized as well as the him money. berries since 1910, and "never : : double what it was in the prewar the time for setting arrives.H. .

flrw hazards resulting from trash True It Is that berry growingcan lost a cent In 30 crops" Is the way years. I* Brownlee, who orders.
heap underbrush and dry grass I Need. More from
; be streamlined Into a mere he expresses It. In other words Acreage plants Arkansas for resale

now coverIng many town lots. eight months a year If the growerIs I II. -even in the few years when he I Grower Cason Is "all for" the to growers here, reports increased!

The members also discussed he efforts now being made to build Interest in berry'cultivation.. He
content, as many are, to relyon failed to show a nice profit HAT IN
the planting of flowers and other other sources for his plants did not "11'0 In the hole", and this HAND and with the warm Florida winter sun beating down on his tanned face, Ozzle Cason Bradford County's berry acreage ha. already handled orders for|

dtrooratlve shrubs on town proper when setting time rolls aroundIn Is an Important factor, as growers stands In front of row upon row of neatly spaced carefully worked strawberry plants. This Is 'one of I back to the once-normal figureof 270.000 plants this year, and expects -

ty. the fall but Mr. Cason scorns who have often "lost their shirts"on the four patches he has In. cultivation this year. Tjgethf-r they total eight acres. He has had as high 1.000 to 1,200 acres. the total to reach 350,000:

e such methods. other crops will quickly tell as 11 acres 165,000 plants. "That's a lot of Jbu-ihes to pick" he comments dryly.There's "You just can't flood the market before the planting period ends

COM. HIM NAMEDON "If you're going to make a you. It Is further evidence of a with strawberries," he says. "With around the middle of March. The

ADVISORY CROUP business of berry growing, you fact that has long been recognized our modern methods of transportation I current price la $6.25 per thousand -

Commander J. L. Hill USN might as well go all the way." that strawberries, since Profit In Selling Plants Too I figure we can get rid of delivered-cheaper. than they

Ret.) has been appointed a member he says.-and does! they were first Introduced to all we produce, and the largerour have been for the past four or

of the Advisory Committee Bradford about 60 acreage is, the more buyers five years.
Grow Ills IkmnereThat county years
of the' National Rivers and Har- Is why Mr. Cason Ia busy ago,' have been the surest-most I ty's Fred"berry F. Flume.plant Bradford man", already Coun a when thousand plants sold and for everything$2 and $2, else,SO nets) in time for setting In early will be brought to our market." "Bradford County really has the
ttam Congress for the Second these late February days settingout tool.proot-caah crop that farmers has During the war years, when best strawberry land" Mr. Brown.
his runners out 7,500 of in
was cheap
Congressional! District of Florida. the that will out have found to rely upon. proportion-but Mr. Flume states however, that many farmers left their fields to lee says He agrees that berries
plants put
them-and if they do as well as still It's safe
a sure of I
i/ Commander Hill will welcome ."runners". Each runner. In turn. If things go reasonably well I source his experience has been that second accept employment at Camp provide the safest source of ready
the same number did last revenue that should to
comments on flood control year appeal runners have not "made good"In Blending and elsewhere, straw- cash for Bradford farmers.recorded .
any ,will take root) at Intervals developing this seasons both as to price and he will have 300,000 sturdy plantsfor more growers In search of another
recent because
years probably
Measures to the SecondXMfrtrlct '
necessary Mr. Cason
Into several full-fledged production expects a
the market this fall. cash
: crop. of abnormal rainfall. He
( and will use all pertinent plants In time for setting next net profit of around $4.000 from Mr.Flume's has best
7,500 last Mr. Flume
plants thinks that
every results, he
says, when the first
Information received In preparing his of berries. '
'all. eight acres year cost him $52:>0. He sold a berry In the business k :
application of fertilizer .
Is withheld .
r IIport to be presented at the "Weather conditions last I I: '-I, ti.
The "parent" plants, now being year
third of his
runners for $10 a should plant at least enough until the middle of May witha
Projects Committee hearings set, are bought new from Arkansas were about as bad as .we've ever
: thousand and the rest for $7.50 runners for his where
own use- second
t Tlmnday April 7, during the 39th application two _weeks
each year and are obtainedfor had, he said, "and I cleared
a of $ meet the
gross they can
2500. requirements. later. He reports that this
Convention being held at Washing. pro-
Bradford H. L. about $1800 on seven acres. That's
growers by Any time a man can take a One of the first laws of runner. cedure brings the In ,
ton, D. C.YOUNGSTERS. Brownlee local dealer about $2M> an acre and that Is runners just '
S S Ci $52.50 Investment and reap a return raising' la that they must be plant. about right for early fall setting.Mr. i.- t
These plants are set on new low. Over a period of time I C
i of $2.5,00--that. as the saying ed on "new land"-acreage that Flume, one of the most 1'" '
land that has been cleared and believe the average Is round $430to
goes "a'ln't hay". has never been In cultivation be.fore successful farmers In the Starke .
DRAMATIC PUBLIC prepared with /600 pounda of'steambone" $500( profit per acre." Of course, the NET isn'tquite If
'i :SPKAKINO' CLUB profit they are planted on previously area Is Inclined to believe that
"' (bone meal that has Some grower. estimate it costs as rosy as these figures cultivated land the grass our "winter" is just about ,
The Keystone Playhouse com- over,
been steamed) and 300 pounds of $20 thousand to berries .1
per get might suggest, for Mr Flume "takes 'em" during the summer. although we have had
of of students only one
prtand !
a group lively ,
hardwood ashes per acre. Mr. Ca- "ready to pick". Figuring 15,000 -
points out that It costs $1
tom the 6th grade through the per It seems that there are two heavy frost since last fall. d
son finds that he has better luck plants to the acre, this would thousand nctw to get plants taken I
I2Ui grade has been organized schools of thought concerning the "1 don't believe we will have
his out In February
getting runners mean that a grower has $300 In up at selling time where tho
In Keystone Heights for the pur- because March winds have an acre of berries from the time going price" used to be 25c. method of fertilizing. Some grow. much more cold 1," he said "I -
pose of studying a recognized a tendency to dry off the ground he plants In the fall till the time Hired hands command around ers. like O. C. Canon, fertilize have already planted my sweet 1

course.In public speech and dramatics. before the now plant has a chanceto he picks in the spring. But the $5.50 per day and fertilizer Is no plants soon after setting "push.ing" pepper. Of course, If It gets very

i take root. He usually puts out coat will naturally vary depending small Item--"It takes lots of It to them along in order to have cold it will be killed.

In addition to learning the torn 10 to IS thousand "And the largely on how much labor the make runners" Mr. Flume points runners ready for re-planting in by all the 'old Judging
signs', however
i technicalities, their aim Is to produce Lord only knows how many grower can muster from. his own out. Altogether he doubts that June. These June-set plants In I think I'm safe :I ,

a minimum of two productions runners 15,000: will make," Is the (Continued to top column 7)) the net profit Is any more. than turn make runners (second run- I winter's just about over.believe" our

: a year for public admission, _
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correlate closely their work with ; SUKROUMUKD! BY A GROUP of his "pickers" berry grower Cason

the needa and desires of communi. Margaret just to see her fume went to the home of )Mr. and Mrs. County Telegraph(! shall puMlah this stands beside a pickup truck loaded' with crates neatly packed and

ty entertainment and to develop Jt1f: When she found It out Just C. B. Johns where the first course l I rjl.r wltnena In next my four hand weekly and official lanuea. headed for the State Farmers Market In Starke. His son, Tommy

before the party she said she of the dinner was served. A brief Heal at Btarke,
good fellowship. Florida thin Febru stands behind crates In truck. Pickers are holding pans of "culls".
hoped her cash register was out cry 21, 1949.OFFICIAL.
around the
At the present time the memamhlp program centering ( HEAD! .A. J. overripe or Imperfect berries which they take home for their own
of balance the Thomaii,
so boys could l life of Abraham Lincoln
was con
Is twenty with the follow.Inff Aa Clerk of Maid Court. use. During the war when many berry growers quit the business
spend their afternoon off getting ducted by W. A. Scott, In chargeof By Haven CroBby, D C.
officers to serve until the : It back In balance while she en- the evening's entertainment. T. Frank I.andruin Btarloe. Florl< because of labor shortages, Cason licked the problem by housing most,

1 first Monday In September: I i joyed j the party-it wouldav been Games were enjoyed and the I Ally. for fit. 2-2S tt -l.,1 I of his helpers on his land and "beating the bushes" for others ai

I President Huntly Redfern Well, I've been to lots of par- Seems that Henry Godwin has their fault hostess presented each guest with : In Circuit Canrt, Bradford Ceuntr.I needed. "During the war, hands didn't come looking for work, bu;

I Vice President Hugh Cannon ties In my day, but I do believe chosen a* his mate a stately : a miniature picture of Lincoln'slog I Florida Buckner!. Chancery.Joyce they could be found if you looked hard enough," he comments H
I. Secretary, Ann Walrath that the "little" affair given by brunette from Keystone Heights I've heard men compare facts an' cabin home, drawn by Fred ; V.. Nolan' T. Trotter Defendant.Plaintiff. now houses around 35 helpers.
-Lucile Case No.
TVrasurerf Doria Slprelle Johnson (Mighty TIBS -
Dr. Herlong last Saturday night figures on Just about everything/ Cowell. Order Of Publication. .. I -
The good plckln'; ) Haven'thad
* Playhouse meets regularly outdid 'em all Never have \\1 !; the pleasure Henry of tneetln Mer- but THIS i. the latest' Seem. The party then went to the HTATK And Wo OF tire Ti. Appear. I (irenH. IH unknown; Chicago. TitleTrust & i, In Plat Book 1, on page ,
every Thursday at : p.m. at much food PL.OKIUA to: ('n.,, who*._ adiireHH i h. Chicago, of the public record of Bradfon
and '
seen so so many I that Jim (State Farm-Methodist) home of Mr. and Mrs. .T. T. Nolan T Trotter. who ln.
Uv clubhouse Donated by Mr. andXfm. rill McMillan's Georgia peach renldenne IM t known tIll Hnxkell O. Humbert, Hayunn It.Muhoney l"nuntyFlorid.... and! being in Se,< It';
I 1 W. Reynolds located people all together at one time, from Qultman, but I'm sure she Rltch and C. M. (State Firm- Quigley, where the main dinner line: C'harleHtun, !South: Caro, I I 1..lln.I and nolnr! ", hu.l- tlon 13, TownshIp ft South. Rand. ,,
across The quality of the go was served. Placecard
course favors You
from the must be bit of all ; lire reipilred, to whose aridrvMM IM Hrndforri I IiV
v1 Post Office. Mr. Ed a right to anpoar on l>uuy. I I Defendant, Greetings: You ai*
hospitality was sufr-/ boasting of their I March 't1, |I" I1, In the ,; ; .* n.livluittc
warrant respectiveSunday were cardboard hatchets, and above Klnrldu I I : I lcu.j'ie ( hrlttlati *> hereby notified that. jquiet
'WlpRlns has donated mater supply getting such a good fel mimed! Cmut nI' proceeding I
A it .
the of the CAUHB, wherein ndfti-eMM IH Hi. Jimeph Mn< ; ,
passed only by ,
quanlty School class title
la as Merrill attendance theliterary, study was on George ,plaintiff! nnek" *. divorce., I,, ,, han been tirnuitjht in tt f
for the group. Mrs. Jesse L. Hill Congratulation. Ktmiroril l-u:"'u >lind i F e'hrUtftiiiHon, whiiHtf nddrofiH -> Clrrult Court In and for IJradfo f
food he'd had prepared and even and best wishes to Jim bragged on the 30-odd they Washington,' .whose birthday Is Countv, Teh-irrnph:. shall niiMlxh' thin I IM St. Joiioph.. M"'" .111",'" A '"uuntyFhrld.... airainHt
I Ja acting as director. both of you Order .In next ff you youuhehu's |
after the multitude had eaten, I had class ur wneltlv IHHIIKK. u hutni. whnnw I &dlroMe. IM unknown' ; NiireeHHorM, adinlnlHtrtttorH IHMflajnH
recently at a spaghetti also observed this month. Mr. WIPOInU 1r''A ; I I a"
mv hmiil ,
and official [Ii. Hhcrnutn, sluoi'uu tt.tlr-u's h IMunknown ,,
Plans I ,und I .nil I other rhln! ,1
are now under'way for I I'o"n.
there still remained Heal, .
to n' "fk .
enough and Mr. Scott conducted Flc'11,1.1, thl! and, their h. ,
When r.... liT... far I supper Turney came a quiz on the life rVhru- : H HU< i **N.I In'' tny, estate, ,iltfht. title or inte. 4ei
iA' tnrir first production. an "Ama ax north na i ary XI: nil! I I I I: HI,PH, ndntlnlMtrattH, I H nnd! AMHlwnn,
feed a small sized army bnck with "Shucks, Jlm..,.iyou'll Washington, and appropriate .t I In, or lien upon the real prop ql
teur Hour", which will be presented Bynum, Ala. complain when this (OFFICIAL ,11AI.; > A. J. Thou ...,,, ft ml r.Ilr i ot onry, i liiinitiiK I any vntato, ty hetelnabfive d..rlhod. rr a"f
have to do better than thuU We games were enjoyed. AH Clerk' ()r nil, III (Court or mtvrtmt I In or Hen uili-| purt, thereof, and you lure hereby
nomeUme before June If he! wasn't retired and devoting column doenn't get In the< paper, had 43 In our class Sunday mornIng ? fly Haven 'Cro..hv, n. i'. ',Sn thus real! Petals. 'teserkluri. below I ,inquired 1 to file yiAir. written NI'lu'uural.e <
it means we're After a chorus around the John .1. llnnderaon' 8t. Auttimtlne It" any pail thereof: : going to have
Tlie earned all his time to flshin I'd to "
money by Play. without
suggest refreshments! "Klorldn The ..f .
piano the young p..ople'left. for east one hnlf the west on > with the Clerk of ttald Court
tmuMe will be used for theatrical that Dr. Hetlong set up In pry a llttlo harder Into other Out no Icl omtumes, stage settings business That's tho folks' business, whether they. likeIt course at the home the northoiiHt. quartert. : lii. e....t on.I alOlh duv of Marrh. 194f. .and ther.*
make-up only wayI I'm I In
hearing believe/ 'twill Irrnlt ...
( of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton. c.'u. .. f ouuty, huir of the Houth\eHt qunrtpr. i>f I ,nf r tii file with acid. Clerk yoinjUrltten ,
JtiU and books for a complete can think of he'd ever be able or not "Twas Ruth Johnson be well worth the time for you Here the Valentine .Florida. In Chancery.. tin northeast <|uurteri.; the went One \ du'fensee.' If uny* to (the liI>|1I l lI
theme .
reference! library on the dramatic to use all those nice gifts he received who wrote In to "Jack: us up" folks who don't attend was lie f.\1 Mne Holland Holland: .', 1'111, h\tlrr. VH T.ll- half of the west one hiilf! of I thn I of complaint; at thetime prencrlhecI
Good to Sunday carried out, and cardboard hearts Defendant. Caa Houth\vni quarter of the north- by law therein net tin.c up the 9t>
Alt. Saturday night There see Judge Adkins out School anywhere to drop In on I I were hidden around No. 7151 ant quarter; all that portion .of the I tote right" till. or Interact, In. 01ll
absorbing of tho lighted Order of Publication ,* "lh..a'.t .,n the above d"H..r'h..1, property
some this February quter of th n.III.t'In.u.tel' : upon"
were cartons of cigarettes those classes real soon And \..tlc. ,. .
lawn. Bobby Mitchell and Lois .tpi'ir ( 1 lyh.fr, and Itefntf cost nf the cl..ln1<'d l by you Herein fa
.' CEMETERY WORKING and boxes of cigars-enough sunshine this week. In fact, Thomas found the S TAT 13: f OF FroIt1liA to: HHitbonrd. Alt I ri line I Ii&l Hioiul, rltrht tf) not or Judgment, will be inter
greatest number I.lllle Mae .
to stock a small-size smolce there were a few locnlites who thor that i I IH Itollnnd wlione roaldenc way the uthwe0t quarter, ,.f thef.nthenNt UKi>lnnt :you by default
tb There George Fljnn, Jr., and were crowned King and unknown: qtuirtftr, all tn suctIon 1J, \Vltne i. mv hand tlnd *.*.al"
be found ,
will a working at Sapp shop four inflated boat out Sunday that the sun was You are required to anpuur' on '
pillows Lyle Andorson an' Knoa hayes of Tounnhip ft Houth. Fiittifi 23 east Htai,'ke, I-rndrord County Fli' i td.i
Queen Hearts. A of :Miirch
t. Cemetery near Raiford on Tuea. a bright red flshin' hat, warmer than they thought are having time batchln' game 2 Court th. I'JI'I, I In, the ,abovenitmed and tit" m.rtheant. crtniter. of thunOl.llt..1 tlii-t fVbiuary 211 h. A. I I'. t n ir,
, a It In and' ,
pinning the heart on Cupid was cituMevhreln qtinrter. be\nor\ Lotus 5 Ml-J, Thomaa. 'I'rk! .
day. March 1. All Interested Thelma Hartln 5,., ( : \l.) A. J.
S persunn portable refrigerator, tackle box and Sally Ambrose.j their newly acquired garage apt. I won by Kathy Johns and the plaintiff Meekn divorce. Rrndford, 11 id I! 'In WomlhiVMl V'ili,unt'Fl
are urged to come and bring rod are sportln' beautiful sunburns ionnty Telffrraph' Rhall pillilNh this acivoidtnic to a map or pint themnf I ,,,iUla. 2-2r 4t 3HIt's
... fishing literally dozens of In Gainesville. Doln' their n'vncookln' closing literary feature of the Order In next four weekly. InxueM.vtnet .
, tools. Mrs. J. C. JonesW.C.T.U. ties, shaving outfits galore candy.tiahin' and quite a few hardy souls I dish wnshlnV and other evening \ .M my hitnd and! nrfft'Iuisu'i ---- r - ---- .
was highlights the
braved the on nt tltarke, Florida, thin .Fulirunrv -
knives man-sized "his" an' waters of Klngsley I housewifely duties Seems life of Isaac Watts distinguished 23. lltIUOFFICIlj .
"her" cups and even an anchor- last Sunday Bill Mundy Lyle they had ( SKAf.) A, J. Thorns ,
quite bnttle
a tother
Anderson I hymn writer. This was presentedby AH Clerk ..f *ald! ('ou rt. larger on the 'inside
to mention but a few Mrs. Sally Ambrose, George I night "Twns a roast chickenvs Elmer Johns and one of Mv Haven ('roN")'. y ,

Herlong Is wonder In' where she'sgoing Flynn, Jr., Roddy an' Kathy : the bachelor boys and from Watt's beloved hymns was played I jiickiionvllle Ft,, H. IMMicuri.' Flurldu 01"7" Cjyn..h tlldir,

, HA ID. "AIX the chicken by ,Misa Noegel. Atty. rif. J-S5 4t S-1S Shorter on the outside ; .

I TIlE UMPIRES TKJKTIIEK were among those takln'. an early musts won! Word has been :Notice Of Iuu.athni'ro. llnke ,%p| llratlon -

HAVE NOT PUT AS MANY Looks to Aunt Carolyn as If season dip received from Cpl. John Anderson H'or .Final. ......h....... t.

'. ..ALL PLAYERS" OUT OP TilE you StVke gals aren't on your of the Airlift division In the LETTER BOXDear ford In County County, Florida..Tudtre'. CUrt Ifrnu- It's higher on the inside, i:

I rOAMC AS OLD MAN BOOZE. toes these days Else how Hoar theme three 111 fishes ('cept British zone of Germany that he Gene: UKKntilt: of Maria K. Hull 01".

t/ntOM PROHIBITION could you let TWO of Call Street'a i these Is now sportln' ceileedNOTICR.
NATION. were big ones) In the brook a sergeant's stripes !' IH hereby irlven that I
ML COMMITTEE.) most eligible young men slip right simply couldn't resist Elsie Hazen's Congratulations! Hear I am enclosing a copy of a let- have filed my flnnl report and ....11.) Lower on the outside;
. out from I ter I have received from Louis P. lion! for dlHtrlbiitlon' and,! for final
under your nose? hook when she, Cliff an' the ; that Steve St. John has arrived dlHcharKe. aa executor of the estate

I Al Kay Carlisle went angling I safely In Tokyo Ford, secretary of the Clermont of Murla K. Hull deceaned. : that on

this week Generous Chamber of Commerce. The letter the 2Hth day of March 19f. I will It's wider on the inside,
Elsie apply f> flon.0;, K ferryman.
kindly Invited the 'Carllales and Sorry to hoar that Ethel Biggsla I Is self-explanatory, and I hope County Judite" Bradford County.

1 LOOK-No Tube her fond( hubby to help consume In Flagler Hospital St. Augus. you find room to use It In your and Florida fliml,, fur I report.approval and fur of eald dlHtrlhutlonami I, 1 account I Narrow on the outsideWHAT-

the catch In return for the part tine and an operation seems to coluntns. Here it is: final dlNcharwe UN executor. .of

be In the "Dear Graham the will of Merle K. Mull. ,derultHeil.
offing Mr.
they played In baiting the hooks! Bet she'd : Thin 21rd day of February, 194'!.
Reports reach me that Ro appreciate a word from her friends "111. connection with your telephone Frederick W. KoMel. 10;...cut..r.
bert along Call St. I wish 8. S. McCHhlll, Ally for Kxe: >.uliir' ,
Lappe l is now connected withan Nina Bishop conservation to 540 Innniham KM 111'", Miami, Fla.
oil company In Carlsbad. N. M Is substitute teaching for Ethel 'advise. you that Clermont tried 85: 4t 3-IS ?
Has been working for the Just In case friends Intend parking meters for a period atone :Notice Of Intention To llexlxl'lrlllloii ... f

firm In Utah for the past several railing on the Buddy( Devises'In year. The contract with the NameNotice I

months, and experts to be sent to Gainesville, they moved last week parking meter people was terminated undemlirned" IH hereby pureuant given to that Hectlon the I .

Canada soon The Lappps to 538 N. Roper St. Loulsn after the above mentioned 865011 Florida. StatuteS, 1941. will r
have Kite wants to period and the meters removed In register with the Clerk, ot the circuit .
bought a combination drug everyone hurry Court In and, for Itradford
and delicatessen In Carlsbad and and buy a ticket from some member January of the present year. "In County, Florida. won receipt.. of .

Mr. t.appo and little Beverly are of the Woman's Club for the opinion of Mayor Ralph Harper proof the, following of publication fictitious ef %tnln name notice, t....,

steadily regaining their health : "Co rnelge Hall" at the Florida and the City Council of Cler- wit:

Theatre March 8 mont the installation of Hortrv itiuo aTOll r.
on .
Seems parking "
under whlcU I will .n...",. in hiiHl- H" 4-
the club needs tho" money and getsa meters In a city of our size ((2500): ) flees at Htarke. Hrailfurd, f ounty

Here Howl The/ :\Iarlart't11II..r.: as she puts It, percentage on all tickets. they I was a mistake and 'In addition I i Florida.paid buHlnenM Thnt the a.party.01.: lnt.reuIe.ito owner lathe

B.F.GooJrichPunctnro blew three gaskets and burned sell So come on, folks cooperate was a constant source of annoyance I underpinned" .
and dissatisfaction. I I 2-23 4v Scaling up two fuses Thursday of last i
week when her fellow employeesat "I am In full agreement with I.. *..*. Klcklk:.. JiidlelIremt '-.
Tubeless Tire Anti < Of ..1.........I. ANd For llrxlferd -
A&P pulled a fast one on her ale a parting thought: the above expressed opinion and Count r I la < haneerr.Proceedlnira _

''rI Softer rUin I 24.95 .. Scorns that Margaret had Watch out, you husbands! certainly do not believe that the In Item t to Quiet Title.
) 1. It. Oreen and Mamie' Green
ordered a beautifully decorated Understand the 'Bloomer Girls"have Installation of parking meters In hunhand .
S S.f.r drfvfn Sloe ..' ." rake from the company In Jax gone In spring training our city was in the belt public J. \Vllllamn, N T Itlteh, Sally I The New DODGE
Holds sir! b.>>., ...., Sld..II, ,) for her son Jack's birthday party Druggists, please check your stock Interest." R. Mahoney. John I f, Bennett M.. 8
There's no Inner tt.be In this new tire that gives yon that afternoon It was to have of liniment! Sincerely yours *, Lola' M. LAns-ley.. hlcaco Title
.: so much more in performance and safety. Punctures been Trust Company Hankell O. Rent-
delivered on the morning -Carolyn Louis P. Ford, Secretary bert and Tlaynea tl.: Mahoney tradIng -
I seal op while the tire still rolls en and on and on truck and when afternoon arrived Chamber of Commerce and dolnc bualneaa aaHlffhland., .
with no delays. A special type of rubber closes and Lumber Company, neorire Chrlatlanaon -
around the still no cake Margaret Tabernacle Youth Clermont Fla. and Rlhellnd F. Chrlnttannon..
spike or glass to prevent air from COME SEE
called IT
the express office to see James A. Graham and :\/ B sher.toga
escaping. They're here now I Com In and see them it it had been Enjoy Literary and their helri, aucceanora,
that way- admlnlatratnra and aailffna and alt
; but still no cake The night Party And Dinner !. (",....It ('...t. D...'..* Cmmmtf. p..r.on. cUlmlna any .tat., right
before the Florida' In t'huaevrr.Joi i title or interest In, or lien upon the
bakery had called 'tore I ph Spill.p. cutntlrr. %'e. Erin i: real eatat* deacrlbed her*In, beI FRIDA Y FEB.
FARfrHOME&.AUTOSUPPLYu manager Ernest Murphree telling I Another In the series of literary Warburg Spiller, Defendant.: Ca. u I,, f.ndallt. 25
him No. 7158. The State. ..f Florida. to: J. 1C. ,
the cake should be called parties for the children and youth Orlrr Ot _.u_,'.* I I vVllllamn. whoa .addreaa la un

for as It might get damaged com |I of the Tabernacle was given Wednesday And M.tlr. T. Appear I r.8o.L.rr'F"'rh8"1;: : : : 0, addreaa.
8 T A T .H OP FLOnIDA to:: 11 ( ; : R. Mahnney -
ing down by truck So Ernest night In the form of a Edna Warbura8plti... who* C..!- ,. whoa addr... la N....,... Co,
B.F.Goodi'ieh went over and picked It up early Progressive Dinner and Literary den. and ad.lr"8. 1.1: 40 Lincoln I s't.t! M. 8<1I1I... whona addr. I. J. P. Roberts Motors
Thursday Bond. Brooklyn IS. N. T.: unknown: O. El dnyder, whoa addreaa .
morning and he and the Party combined. You, ar* r..u I.... to appear on I ) !I. unknown John R. Rennet,
other employees. Herb Hogan anAl Around 25 guests met at the Marcn Seth. 1I4 In tb* above wh..... add,... l. unknown; CarrieH. '
FIRST IN RUBBER named Court aid ecu., .. wtimrelnplaintiff tiennett. whoa addreaa I. unknown -
Ambrose kept the secret from I Chapel Annex at 6:30: o'clock and I I I ...k. dlvor;.. Bradford I ) Lola. M Langley l who.. ad- crass srssrjr ssssr-sj-p-s S 1s a -




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