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: March 4, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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,0 CONGRESS 8. Do you favor a federally aided Official Countu Publication Established In 1877

ver.sillyy. OF THE UNITED STATES! and controlled voluntary system



p00.Ible 110. Mr. C. L. Matthews.Feb.Editor 28. 1949 9. The Universal YES President-Military NO recommended-Training. Murder, Hold-up, New Blood Bank Conner Back From Good Will Tour Red Cross Drive For $$2,511 Quota .I

tex toto Bradford Starke, Florida County Telegraph Should YES-NO-Congress enact U.M.T.T 'Attempted ,Rape, Ready For DonorsIn Gets Under Way In Bradford County I

,ged Dear Mr. Matthew: lO.Are you In favor of a 70 Air

here Congressman Dwight Roger Group Air Force as advocatedby Sheriff Modern UnitStarke With the Junior Woman' Club I
hen sent out a questionnaire to each the Secretary for Air? Keep Busy
i handling solicitation in the residential
newspaper in his district and It Warren Asks Sheriffs I

dare was widely printed. Since then, YES-NO- this week became one district, and members of

sale Congressman Herlong did the ll.Do you think Congress should With a murder, an attempted of perhaps half a dozen Florid To Investigate men's civic clubs working the

teed same thing. Lately there has beena pass a law allowing the President rape a hold-up a hog stealing, cities possessing a "full scale", t Woods BurningGovernor business district, Bradford County' -

He great demand on me by people., to establish item ? price controlson and a shooting scrape Sheriff well equipped blood bank. drive to raise a $2,311 quotain
for scarce This distinction fora Fuller Warren has
, in the district to submit a similar P. D. Reddish had the busiest singular the annual Red Cross fund
x- called Bradford Sheriff
town this size on County
came with the
YES-NO- weekend since he took office
,000nds questionnaire. Therefore, I en. earlyIn opening here of the North Florida. P. D. Reddish and the Sheriffs campaign got under way Tuesday
. 12.Do you think government expenses January. "When it rains. It I
close herein a questionnaire whichI and activities can be pours" the Sheriff remarked. All Blood Bank under the direction, of all other Florida counties, to Guy Andrews, chairman _of the J

The have drawn. If agreeable and reduced? of the offenses involved negroes.' of Dr. J. M. Hembree and Dry, conduct personal Investigations of campaign, expressed confidencethat
IOU- H. H. Adams The unit 1 Is locatedIn woods burning. He said most Florida .
possible for you to do so, I will An argument In a Jook joint the quota would be reached
heyor YES NO -- the former'office bulldln&'ofDr. forest fires are "criminallyset.
much run near Lawtey Saturday night resulted before the middle of March. The
appreciate very your 13.Should Congress Increase taxesat Adams at Call and Broadway f 4AlE .
in the fatal stabbing of drive officially ends March 31.
ning It in your paper within the the present time to reduce Rachel Streets which was extensively 5. In a letter to the sheriffs the

the next two weeks.I the national debt? Elaby Henderson negress. remodelled and enlarged for this CANER Governor declared that wondii "Bradford County could hardly
Kitties also colored, whom witnesses
fall to do Its
wn- burners "must be arrested and part-especially
know this is a lot to ask,. but said Inflicted the fatal purpose
rice YES-NO- since Red Cross National Head
FLORIDA, prosecuted to the full extent of
ady hope that you can do it, as I I ll.Do you favor increasing Income wounds apparently with a long The operation of the blood bank the law In all cases"Preservation quarters has sent a total of

believe that It .will help me to taxes as advocated by the knife or dagger fled the scene will be under the direction of W. of the Industry and $J. OO Into this county for the

get opinions on these vital questions President? and la still at large. The Henderson J. Stock and J. T. Cooley Mr i ,,,?,".re, -r w payrolls created by the state's rehabilitation of families whose
to serve woman died while being carriedto Stock Is an Imimmochemlst. having
and thus help forests Is of prime Importance, homes were destroyed in the twister
democratic (; YES-NO- a hospital here. studied In the universities at
the district In' a way. Governor Warren emphasized. Me that struck the section east
15.Do you favor Congress passinga The weekend holdup Is said to Witten Germany and Each Lux- 110)11'! Conner of IStarkr, National President of tho Future Farmer. said the industry's Income last of Starke last tall" Mr. Andrews

Sincerely. law repealing the 25: % tax have occurred when a negro named embourg. He came to Starke of America, t.I.* pictured at left above an ho appeared. recently on NBC'sR. than $130,000,000while said. "This Is such a forceful Illustration .
was more
Charles E. Bennett M. C'I on all telegrams and the tax Donley was carried to his home on from Cleveland, Ohio. F. I>. AMERICA program broadcast from Chicago. At right IN year payrolls alone totaled "$88- I of what a wonderful

(The following quewtlimnalra. In on telephone messages? little Santa Fe Lake by Calvin Mr. Cooley studied at the Dale) Hen'* of FallHton.. Mel., second vice president of National FFA, 000.000( thing that Red Cross la In time of

printed by thin paper to cooperatewith YES NO ; Henley, driver for the Starke Medical College of Virginia Irt unit. wan. the MInner' In the half hour qumtion w....lc.n on farm, and The Florida Forest Service Id disaster, that I do not think the

Congremman Charles. E. 18: Do you favor the extension of Taxi Co. It Is reported that after Richmond.The general tuples.. Young. Connor Is hark at bin. hoim"' her. following continuing an intensified forest people of Bradford County will

Bennett. who I* necking to ,secure the Social Security System as leaving the cab. the negro returned new blood bank here was the FI'A orn..rIC'NNIIII. tour of isle Iniluxlrlal pities. of New York, fire control program in some soon forget It."

public opinion on matters now before recommended by President and "stuck something In constructed to conform with Intent Plttiliurgh, Cleveland Detroit and other. lie leave noon by piano counties while In other counties The drive now being conducted

'OmgrefM.' The anxwer should Truman? the ribs of the driver" demandingthat National Institute of Health here Is typical of similar campaigns
I for I Hawaiian, Inland. In connection with his W.\ work. only a partial forest fire protec-
106 he turn over his billfold. standards and Is of'the most
be mailed to Mr. Bennett at one tion program Is In operation the now being conducted
house Office Building Washington YES-NO- : Henly said It .was dark and he modernly equipped in this part Governor explained throughout the country. On March

D. C.) IT.Do you b"lIeve'that Congress : couldn't are what the negro had of the country. 1 an estimated<< two million volunteer .
in his hand, but he prosumed (it flours "Light Eternal"Showing Berries Pass Warren, who campaigned 1m'"Pine
should authorize, to curb Inflation The for donating blond Tree worker began the task of
1. Should Congress increase the I was a gun and he handed over are as follows: Prosperity pointed raising the $60 million needed to
law from .40o the extension of Con- out that sheriffs as chief law
minimum wage his billfold containing $18. It
continue Red Cross services to the
hour? If so to what' sumer Credit Controls on such Weekdays- am. to 4:30: pm.: enforcement officers In their
per was reported that this case wan $100,000 MarkReturns nation the ,
amount? - a.m. to noon.Sundays The Red Cross service whichare
Ing machines, refrigerators, Reddish said it might be furthor of enforcing tho statutes! prohibiting
YES ---- NO-' etc.? by appointment only. woods burning.Livestock expected to claim top priority
investigated the State's
by At- Eternal" describedas from Bradford COllntytrawb'rrlee
Light ,
2. Should the Taft-Hartley Act be nationally In next years expenditures
YES NO torney. a spectacular Biblical dramatization during the current Include disaster service

repealed -Let alone?- 18.Should pensions for the'aged David (Sap Sam) Smith and Mrs. Lex Green of the most Important season panned the 100.000 murk Prices home service, and educational

eon I be aubntituded for present assistance James (Sock). Brown, Lawtey Names JudgesOf events leading up to the givingof this week as shipments steppedup Steady To GoodA emergency and rehabilitation ex-

and Amended1-1 based on need? negroes, are in the county Jail the Ten Commandments, is to 1,520 crates during the of health and safety.
my.Is". 3. Should Congress reenact the : after being arrested on a war- Citrus RecipesMrs. being presented In the USO building six-day period from Feb. 21 light sale of cattle with
Disaster relief the fiscal
Wagner Labor Act? YES NO rant for stealing a hog from Mack this Thursday and Friday through March 1. Prices averagnd prices steady, to good on all gradeswas during
I 1948 required
ending July ,
YES NO I Should pensions to aged veterans S. Crlffls, Lawtey farmer, Satur night by the Lions Club of Starke. $9.77 per crate. reported Tuesday by W F. year
awn 12171000.
pendlturcs totaling
tech 4. Do you favor extending rent be based on need of each [ day night. Sheriff ,Reddish said The large cast numbers more Total shipments for the unison Moore, manager of the Farmers Red Cross. assisted approximately
veteran. or be In a flat sum that C. R. Whitehead Lawtey than 35 and includes In stand 10,818 crated for which
control for another year? persona at Produce Market, Inc., Gainesville. loan lit
dos to all aged veterans regardlessof officer, found the two negroes i some. of the leading parts Harley I growers have received an estimated Hog prices show an Increase over 312,400 more than persons 300 Buffering disasters In the

a. YES NO need? butchering the hog after Grtffli Strong as Pharoah, Wally Mill- $106.026.48.: : last week's sale.
United States and
5. Should Congress provide federalaid reported the theft. claimed hoffer Moses Pat McGriff
They as Colder weather this week has
buH Need plus age HOGS: No. 1. 19.15: No. 2, 18. '
for education? that they had "bought" the hog aa Nebulon, A. B Baker as Sim hud the effect of retarding ripening ) Also at this time with Increasing
40 No. No.
; No. 3, 1T.40; 4. 16:80: ; numbers of drafted
from a .white man. eon, Nina Bishop as Rachael fruit, but a few day of warm men being
alone ,
YES NO Age 5, 13.80( ; Light 5's, 1300. ; Feeder Into the armed forces and with
Edward Jones pulpwood Barbara Cameron as Esther, and sunshine will start things humming
federalaid negro, to 17.00.
6. Should Congress provide Pigs up enlistment still continuing the
NAME is in Jail having been arrestedby Peggy 'Tilley as Girl Victim. again. "It all depends on the
S for school buildings 7 < Mrs, Edward Charbonneau. IshTua CALVES: Common, $19 to $21; Red Cross Is Increasing Its personnel -'
the Sheriff on a warrant for Weather, said R. B. Alvarez

4en YES'-'NO'--. ADDRESS ', .1 attempted rape of a colored 'wo "" |$19. '. serving. ,with the" armed ;1.

7.. Should Congress establish a man In Knight's quarters Saturday 'VSiVblety Group\wlll; heard in Market. STEER! HEIFffiRS: : Common. forces Serving the able bodied "

at, compulsory health Insurance night. The woman's screams several numbers. Tho' production $19 to $21: Cutters $17 to $19; at home and overseas Red Cross'

rru> system? attracted attention, but Jones Is i Is directed by Miss MUle Powers. TOURIST CLUB Stockers $16 to $20; Common workers handled a total of 708.-
for OCCUPATION Cows. $18 to $19.00 Cutters $16 300 cases involving servicemenand
YES NO -- said to have followed her to her She has studied dramatics and ;
auIn ell house, where her husband put a music and has also taken part In NEWS NOTES to $18; Canners, $14 1 to $16; Culls, their families last year.A .

",,' six Inch gash In his throat. little theatre work. She received $12 to $14.. total of 371 chapters are now

set!lp Opinion Poll William Melton special training in Kansas. ,, Cityon The Starke Tourist Club held Mr. Moore stated that demand included In the Red Cross national

u"'eh Results Will Be BOy-SCOOT another negro known negro as "Fat"full shot this particular production Its weekly nodal and business Is wood( tin, both cattle and hugs I blood program through which

Miss Powers states that "Tho meeting In the Woman's Club and urged owners to bring their blood. and blood product are being
8" ( II
.ter.urn, Printed Next WeekDue : t AC17V/17&S name near unknown Brooker) in a "skin"game Light Eternal" will give the peopleof building Tuesday night at 8 stork In as early as possible each supplied to more than :SOU

Ih ---- night. Melton used Saturday Stnrke an opportunity to sea o'clock with about nO' members and Tuesday !hospitals. Lust year approximately
a sawod-otf
errrou to the> fact that we are loral talent In an entirely different visitors present I $17 million worth of plasma and
shotgun and hit the other Lex Green Starke Director -
1.11. still receiving answers to the list Thirty-three Scouts had the the eye. No charges were negroin filed oC District, Four, Florid. Federation type of character than thu President W. S. Sihley railed, Tornado Victims i other blood durlvatles were pro-
lI>r in the Tele- time of their lives last Friday usual amateur production. the meeting to order and the vided to hospitals and physiciansfrom
of questions printed
against Melton as the otVomen'. Clubs, thla week
eapro case
. night when they were treated to Complete details of the cast minutes of the lust meeting wore Receive $1,500For I wartime surpluses processedby
n will
graph week before last we reported settled out of court. named the judges for the citrus
a wiener roast and hamburgerfry and other Information concerningthis road by Secretary Buchanan The Red Cross.(
ht. delay announcing results of this Adel Hill, negro who is believedto recipe content now In progressand Rehabilitation
by the Rotary Club sponsor In president then Introduced Carl"
err production are given a Red Cross field directors and
sampling of public opinion until Ing organization for the Troop. have been responsible for a tlon urged to enter all women before'In the this 11101111111'date sec- large advertisement In this IHHUB. Johns, City Clerk of Starke, who The poster. for the 1919 American assistant field directors are stationed .

,tottt I' our issue of March 11. This Is being The boys were taken to a spot series of thefts In Starke homes welcomed: the visitors and gavean Red Cross Fund Campaign at 117 veterans hospitals
March 13.:
order 16 on the Ridge near the National recently Is still at large having Interesting outline of some of .Vplctlng typical disaster some to assist staffs in
done in get as com- Miss Pearl Laffltte Duval L. L. Simpson a providing a e
' managed to elude
ktrat bloodhound.
Guard camp where wieners were the advantages of living In Starko.
In particularly suited to Bradford well-rounded of recreation -
3.1 plete a cross section of opinionon roasted over oak coals and Her- brought from the State Prison In County Home Demonstration Miss Came For Vacation, such as tax free homes, a debt County since, during the past yeara and welfare program service to hospi-
these matters aa possible. an effort to track him down after Agent Jacksonville; Dorothy
of the andwater
bert Deal president Rotary free city, and municipal light
disaster In the of
shape a tornado talized veterans.Mr. .
- ROilS Bradford Home Demonstration Remained To Live
Readers are urged to continue Club and Chairman of the Troop he was reported seen emerging County plant.President, struck November 23rd.
Starke and Mrs.Edward on Andrews that
sending In their answers to this Committee, prepared his "special" from the Harry Houston hQme on Agent, ; Sibley then called The homes emphasized
of four famlllns
Ntarke really geli Vm. were these few of the
P. Pfaff. Jacksonville are just a
questionnaire In order that they hamburgers. A truck furnished by Water Street Monday afternoon upon each one to tell where he
affected those of Bradey Collins,
will select the best recipes offered L L. Simpson In another one countless services carried on In
about 2 o'clock.
might be included In the results. R. B. Alvarez supplied trans The Houston, was from. Several of those (present Fred Starling Marlon Gllsnon and
to Mrs. of those fellow who came here and the American
portatlon. who were not at home at the time, according Green, Hinted that they had come war peacetime by
who Is the entries. for a visit and remained to put Mrs. Lizzie Lee. Soon after the Red Cross "Every man, woman -
After eating their fill, the Scouts reported<< a watch, an alarm clock receiving to Starko for short visits and .
Farmers mutter was reported to the Southeastern
Forty .22 "There are three classes of chase a home. and child in Bradford Coua-
enjoyed a round of games and a automatic target pistol and liking It, dncldod to remain and .
[ -cooked Last fall he and his. wife came Area office of the Amen chould t have in the
desserts salads
t'f. Out New other articles ni recipes ty a part pro-
Trying some members of the Troop passed saing. purchase home E ft. Matthews I I
Red and f
can cross a <>
and br..adand each brings SS down from Dennison Ohio to see survey gram by making a contribution
their trailing and pacing tests. It Is believed that Hill was also wan then called upon to tell ..001.thinII' .- the damage conducted the local ''
Dixie-18 Corn prize money to the district win his brother, jeweler Ed Simpson by large or small," the chairman
Several members of the Troop the one who entered the Percy of his life and experiencesIn
ners". Mre. Green explained The They liked the town, liked the Chapter, a grant of $1500 was concluded.
Committee also enjoyed this event. Sullivan home afternoonand Starke. Ills talk was much
"About 40 Bradford County state winner will receive a washIng climate, liked the people, and made to the chapter to help make
made off with a watch and enjoyed\ Mrs.' Matthews! stated ,
farmers are trying out the new machine. liked the fact that living cent repairs to the homes

r' Dlxle-18 hybrid seed corn which All Scouts and Scouters are several silver dollars. The L. D. Entries will be graded_ on "were, less In this part of the that her father had the second Neighbors In the vicinity repaired Rites WednesdayFor

gave good results here last year", : looking forward to the New River Vlnlng home was also entered by flavor (33 I country.So store. ever operated in Starke. the hou oN of Mrs. Lee and Sidney Church
(points) texture ((20
said District meeting which will be means of a slashed door Several' were enjoyed
County Agent T. K. McClane : screen Fred Starling and the fled Cross
what did the do?
today. Some of these growers are ; held at the Howell Naaworthy one day last week and several points paration), originality and amount, ease of of citrus pre- They found out that Simpson the Bid: To- under the direction of Mrs. Jesse replaced( Mrs. Starling's stove and I At Keystone Heights

planning to enter the Farm place on Kingsley Lake Thurs articles of clothing stolen. Sheriff rode Young and a group enjoyed Ice box which were badly damaged. i
used home South Street i
(10 on was
( each WinnersIn
points )
Bureau contest in competition for day March 17. A fine programand Reddish thinks It likely that Hill 'for sale dancing the Virginia Reel Carl New homed for Mr. Ullmioii and ; Sidney Church 81, a tormel''reBldpnt
District Four ; they bought It, went
(Baker Bradford '
died suddenlyMonday
"feed" will feature this event, was also responsible In this Rtelnhagen played several accordion of Starke,
UX case. Mr. Collins will he rebuilt with
$ prize money.Mr. back to Dennison. and sold. their .
Clay, Columbia. Duval, Nassau afternoon at his home inKeyntone
and all troops In Bradford and "We had nine In solos. '
McClane stated that he has negroes Jail Union and St. Johns Counties I home and biifllnem, and returnedto the cost almost entirely born by
) of
I Union Counties will be well re- at one time during; the weekend", Mri. W. II. Nollmnn presidingover Red Cross. $D.r O, I 1 Heights. A native
Dixle-18 seed left
3 bushels of i will be announced March 20th Starke to live.They're .
presented.At the Sheriff said "We wouldn'thave on the ceremonies for the Queen, has been alrendy authorized, for I' Romulus. N. Y., he .was a retired
In has been unable well with their
case anyone and the state winner named on the pleated construction engineer.
had room for asked Mr. Johns to escort the newlu..en I government
many more. building materials. Bids were submitted -
to 27th. quick decision and wouldn't live
the regular meeting In the ( Mrs. Lorena Cemanera, by two Staike firms and During part of the time he was

new Scout home Monday night, the Teen-Age Antics up north again "for love nor mon to the rostrum. Mrs. Nollman material purchased from both. I I employed in the Panama Canal

New Lion MembersFour Committee decided to hold a ey"Mr. then presented her with a beautiful ; The $IWO grant Is placed In a Zone, the family lived In Starke,

Board of Review one night next Featured In "Mickey"At Koch Drug Store Simpson Isn't doing any corsage. Little Carolyn Duggln separate restricted fund In the but upon his retirement about
member. were admitted thing right now but raining a
week. A good many Scout are Park Theatre then marched up the aisle, bearing Chapter account and Is disbursed 16 years ago\ they moved to Keystone
into the Lions Club at few White King pigeons. He
ready for promotion and will appear the crown on a satin pillow, Heights.Mr. .
by checks signed by thn Chapter
Wednesday eveningat might go Into some kind of business -
their meeting before the Board for advancement Announces Sale and It to Johns In the con-
the USO building. The new Lois Butler, a 16-year-oM later on, but hasn't made presented Mr. Treasurer, F. F. Stump and coun- Church aided
Scoutmaster Al Kay .who, In a gracious manner, struction of the Panama Canal.
screen find plays the title role tersigned by Mrs. Junius Smith,
member are L. O. Hazen. P. L. up his mind. Back In' Dennlnon
Carlisle was assisted In conduct. In Announcement that Steve E. crowned Mrs. Cermanera "Queen Chapter Chairman. serving with the Government for
"Mickey", the heartwarming
A. E. McKinney, Sr. andE. he ran a combination bicycle and
Bridges Ing the meeting by Junior Assistant clnecolor movie coming to the Simmons Is now In full ownership china lltore.County. for the Week", Sandra Johns knelt 27 years prior to his retirement.

F. Miles. Scoutmaster Tommy Hard- Park Theatre Sunday to remain of Koch's Drug Store on West before the Queen and presentedher Farm Bureau Meeting He Is survived by his widow

CALENDAR OF EVENTS!: Ing. through Tuesday Call St. was made this week by with gifts donated by merchants Mm. Maude Church of Keystone;

Described aB' L. W. Koch who established the Exceeds Quota and friends of the club TonightThe ''a daughter, Mn. Vivian Saundersof .

Tuesday Tourist Club, at Woman's Council Discusses ment for the entire perfect entertain."Mickey" business here In Decer.ber: 1940. For Children's Home Queen Lorena received the gifts Jacksonville Beach, and a son

Club, 7:30: p.m. family Simmons has been asvwlated with and oppressed. her appreciation.The regular meeting of the Kenneth C. Church Jacksonville.
Is a screen treatment of
Wed. Rotary Club, Methodist More Street PavingThe the store since 1911 and has beena Bradford County more than following merchants and Bradford County Farm Bureau Funeral services were held at
t.he beat-selling novel "Clemen
Rec. Hall. 12:13: p.m. of additional tine", which .won the partner for the past two anda doubled its quota for the Children's friends donated gifts for the will hfi held Friday night. March 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoonat

I Wed. Lions Club USO Bldg., possible paving the chief topic wood fiction award Avery for Its Hop- half years. Home Society of Florida during Queen: Park Theatre. Starke Dry 4, at 7:30: o'clock in the court the graveside In Keystone
streets was au
city Mr. and Mrs. Koch will leave the fiscal year just closed. The Cleaners, Florida Plastics Lov- house. All members and friendsare Heights Cemetery, with Rev. W.
7:30 thor.
: p.m.Thurs. of discussion at the City Council Moviegoers, young and old,
Starke on March 13 and will County's quota was $100, while ett', Mrs. Gladys Canova and Invited to attend.At I O. Aldrldge officiating. Masonic
OddTfellow will
the antic
IOOF. afternoon. enjoy of this
meeting Tuesday typical '
return to their former home In the amount contributed was $211.. Jn. Harvey Van Vleet. a called meeting on Feb. rites were conducted by the Melrose -
Hall 8 p.m.SatAmusement costs were discussed, but American teenager
Lodge Cath. Arcadia. Mr. Koch will enter the 78 In cash and $80 In material M,.. Anita Duggin was chosenas 18 the following prizes were designated Lodge.
Games the
no definite decision as to Like every young girl Mickeyhas general merchandising business other than cash. Queen for the following week. In the corn contest: : First Funeral arrangements were In

olio USO,.8:30: p.m. St.Mark's amount of paving to be done was her romantic Interest In the In Arcadia under the name of This Information was containedIn Delicious sandwhlchos and coffee prize $150:\ ; second' prize $100; charge of Key-McCabe Funeral

Mar. 7 Wo. Aux.7:30 meeting reached. person of Sklppy Homeler, who Koch, Inc. Some time ago he a letter received this week by were served by the social third prlaa $:))0; fourth prize $23: ; Home, Jacksonville.Early .
Ch. : p.m. Resident along"U. S. 301 northof :
Epis. attracted wide
attention with his purchased extensive business pro- E. L. Matthew., chairman of the committee. and fifth prize $23.: There will also

Mar. 7 WSCS Circle meetings the city limit presented a award-winning performance In perty in that city. He will be associated .- Bradford County Sponsoring Committee Hostesses for the next meeting, be nine prizes of $10 each making Contributions

3:30: o'clock. petition asking the city to extend "Tomorrow the World". March fl, will be Mrs. Janie Avery, total of 14 prizes.
Hall" movie there with his lIOn Wm. 3. from Marcus C (Daddy) a
Mar. 8 "Carnegie Woman'. Club. ewer line In laid their direction.for further The Adult role are expertly playedby Koch, and his on-ln-law, Paul Fagg Superintendent of the So- Mr. Miriam Klckllter .Ira. Carl In addition, the Farm Bureau To Red Cross Fund

sponsored by request was over Bill Goodwin a* Mickey's doc- Hudgins. ciety. John, and Mrs. Cermanera. member winning the best prize

Florida Theatre. 8:00 considers Uon. tor-father Irene Hervey. a* an Mr. Koch will celebrate SO Communities listed a* making The entertainment committee will be given at least $30 additional. : W. n. Sewell. chairman of the

Mar. 8 American Legion attractive fashion editor John years In the drug store business cash contributions In this county Is planning an old fashioned special gifts department of the

p.m., Hall. Women' Club meet- NOTICE Sutton and Hattie McDmnlel as In June having started In this were: Starke $214.78, Lawtey $23, square dunce and tacky party for It Is hoped that all farmers Interested current Red Cross fund drive yes

N Mar. 9 Merchant guest tickets will not the household maid. Held In June 1899. and Hampton $2. the meeting of March 8. Guest In this contest will come ; terday announced the following;

Ing. 3:30: p.m. Women' Circle be honored at the Florida Theatre This film U also brightened by During their residence here hand Supt. Fagg ..xpresshdeep ap- are asked to come In tacky attire to the meetings and those whore contributions! received: Carpen

Mar. 10 Tng.Church 7:30: p.m.Mar. Tuesday, Marco. 8, a* the Woman's five new songs especially tailored Mrs. Koch have made many preciation for the fine support and prize will be awarded not members will Join the : ter's Drug Store $50; Florida

Presbyterian. Brotherhood. Club I III sponsoring the show on for the lovely coloratura voice of friends who regret to sea them given the Society by the citizens for the tackiest costume. There Bureau and become eligible for I Bank at Starke $:10; A A P

7:00 p.m.. 10, Church.Baptist that data. the young star. leave Starke. of Bradford County will also be a' door prize I this extra prize. I Store, $2S: ; Koch Drug Store, ,23.1t .





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Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED HeilbronnBy Mrs. Bridges'-4th grade reports r,'nianta'l'he State .f Florida' to: .1. It.Wllllame I and northwest the northeast quarter, being quarter: Lots tl hI,
la nn
whose address Woodliiwu .
1 II and IH Subdl.lt'eaccording ,,
that have had interesting addressIs
E. L, MATTHEWS. OwNtR-EDifOH they known, N. T. Ituich whose I to' a map or pint the. ,Ii,f
IS7Every Lol1l...., Norman study about pioneers and the way Starke. Florida: Sally It. Mabon."Y. .. recorded 'In Plat Bonk 1, on pant''
address I. N"Ro"u records) of .
whnR" UrjtdrnCounty. .
publlo -
the i
rnNI8hNl Friday and Entered M Second they lived long ago. (They are "- ?.: M. BinilroM. whose wh at the Post Office at Starke, Flaw 1 If thankful that they do not have unknown: (/. I H. Snyder lion 1.1, TownBhlp 6 Mouth, Kanice
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner and : John
i to live like that now.) They also whoseladdroue'Is unknown: CarrieH. 33 ea t.Defendants..
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp attended .. U unknown : Oreetlmrs: You art
( ) 1949 church at Beaver St. Church )In report. that they had a very nice H..nn.wh"Lulu M Langley address whose Rd.' hereby notified that a proceeding' ;,,
{ J ;
j ; I time at their Valentine Party. mica o Till quiet title has been brought In n he
Jacksonville Friday night. FRANK DRYDEN WI !04SI'ORTSMANSIIII' The first la a tall dark, and dress Trust Is O>unknown whose artilres: IK I hli'im". l Court In and for nradford

totwrrlptio. $2,50: Annually $IJSO For Six Months Mr. and Mrs B. J. Eggers and AWARD handsome junior who plays poal.1 Who else but Sammie Kennedy Ill: ileken trading 0 fU-mbert.and doing Haynes lusln It.- helm County, successors Florida,, administrators against, you your anilasslttnN
little son of Jacksonville were By Vivian MrRae tlon of forward. The second Miihonvy. .. Lumber tornpany. and all other ersonsrlalmIn '
H. S. HlKhlnnd
was seen In the halls of B. MH an .. title
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman long and lanky Senior center who whose address ,I" BradfordCo. any estate Hunt or 'Inter-
Frank Dryden received the she lien the real
Monday afternoon? Seems Christ eat In. or upon properly
Florida' Imrs-e" lunjon
I early last week. Sportsmanship Award the highest was cited for Sportsmanship kipped several days of schoolin whose address la St. Joseph, MotKihrllnd ; herelnabov described or. any
the tournament. He ". OhrlHtlaimnn I ; whim* address .part thereof, and you are hereby
Those of this section enjoyingthe honor that could be bestowed throughout Newnan Ga. to come back for In !Ht. Joseph. MIL, James A.own'. required to file your written an.pearanne .
birthday supper at the home on any boy In the Suwannee Con. was featured last week In Who'sWho. a short visit. I llrahnm whose address.. I IM mikexrman ; (personally or by attur.ney .
Dd1i' The third la loosejointedand whose address ,In ) with th* Clerk of said Cou'r tIn
a Nh
of B. M. McRae Saturday night ference Tournament held at Tren- and their helm, auuies.or Hald 1 proceeding on or before ih;
V1 were Mr. and Mrs. T N. Norman ton on February 24, 23, and 26. limber Junior who also played Im fin-nit Coart. Bradford Coomr. unknown., administrators: and assigns lath day of March 1M1. and there.after .

VIEWPOINT"1I1f1 and eon, Gerald and Mr. and. This honor Is given to only three forward at the tournament. ..e.GIRL'S Florida M.i In Mollnn.1 Humrrrr.Janifx plaintiff j vs. 1.11.1 and all persons Interest rliilmln In 'nr any lien estate.. upon written to defenses rite with., If Bald any,Clerk to the your bill

-. ,. Mrs. E. S. Sapp and sons Rudolph players of the sixteen team that lie Mae Holland Defendant. Case' right the, 1111.0.real estate. described below of complaint. at the time nreerrlhril.
No. Betting .
law therein up the .
and Joe Allen. entered in the tournament. "A" TEAM 7161.Order .. or any part thereof: by ?
are > Ot P hllralln tale. right title or Interest In, or
DEFEATS MACCLENNY And Antler '1'.. AppearTAT1. The rant one half of I the west one above described .
AT 1'EAKThe lien upon the property
INTEREST IV CURRENT AFFAIRS Mis Waneta Knight of Jack- Dryden was given a bronze B ] OF Ff.nUIUA to: half of the south rant quarter. of claimed by you. Herein nil"
Telegraph la greatly pleased at the heavy response from our I'sonville was visiting her sister, medal with the Inscription "Tour. Again the Bradford girls' "A" I.llllo Mae Holland whose residence the northeast quarter: the east one of not or judgement will be entered

readers to the list of questions published In our issue of two weeks': Mrs. Gladys Green Sunday. nament Award" for his outstanding team was victorious In an en- IH You unknown are :required' to appear onMarch the half northeast of the southwest quarter: fin quarter wont one against you by hand default.Witness and. .
sportsmanship. His great hon counter with Macclenny on Tuesday : 2Hth. 19n. 'In the above half of the went one half ol the my tStarko.
s CO. Answers were received from every section of Bradford County Mr and Mrs J. S. Sapp attended In the whereinplulntlff southwest. quarter of the northeast I''radford County Florida"
night February 22 named Court and cutlsv,
and from far aa'': church Rock Primitive or is Indeed a credit to B. H. S. BradfordC'nunty quarter; all that portion of the thin February 24th!, A. U.I IMSSKAL.
many from surrounding counties, some as away at Baptist Armory with a 23-22 score. High rnvftm divorce this southeast quarter of the northwestquarter ( .) A. J. Thomaa. Clerk' >t
Telegraph Khali publish
Central and South Florida. church near Brooker Sunday.Mr. MEN scorer was Carlle Mae Hall who Order In next four weekly IHHUAH. 'lying and l being i rant. of the Circuit' Court, Bradford S-23. I'nunly
BUS official. Seaboard Airline Flullrund right of Florida. 3-H
and Mrs C. C. Hutchinson Witness hand and
This indicates a healthy interest on the part of the "man In theSivet" and ON ALL-CONFERENCE made.18 of the 23 .points. Duringthe feM at 8tnrk my, Florida, this February

in the affairs of his state government-and it la coming none were dinner guests of Mr. BASKETBALL TEAM first quarter. Hall scored 4 22, 1049.OFFICIAL ..
Mrs Felix Sapp Sunday.T. ( ) SEAL) A.:1. Thomas
for Bradford and Macclenny
point -
I With governmental costs county elate, and national- IdeU Landrum
too soon N. Norman and Gerald were By As Clerk of said Court.
lining to astronomical heights the "little man", or John Q. Taxpayer Bland- Suwannee scored 6. At the half the score Ily Haven lIf.b'io"T: O.II. i.yn..h
visiting Coy Stephenson Every year at the was 16-8 Bradford's favor Hall H. Did*.,
UI he is often called must make Ma voice heard with a belated demand ing Saturday.Mr. Conference the officials select ten Jarkiionvllle "Florida
chalking up 10 more points and Atty. for I'lf. 2-25: 4t 3-18
for economy and the elimination of costly frills and unnecessary and Mrs. B. S Sapp and men for an all-conference team. Helen Barry 2. During the third '
and bureaus. dinner of Mr. Frank Jack Eaves and In <'Irrolt Court Hlahlh Judicial.
departments sons were guests Dryden ,
Hall made 1 and I
quarter. point Irrnlt Of Florida In And For Hrndffnrd -
Most economists are agreed that there should be no tax Increases and Mrs. Carlton Chaataln at Jimmy Godwin all of Bradford Grace Dickinson made S. The 3rd <:.'untn In Chancvry.Proreedlnics s

either on business or Individuals. To make these burdens heavier now Hampton Sunday.The High were three of the ten. The quarter ended in a 22-16 score for I,. It. Or..n In and Hem !Mnmle In Quiet Oreen.hUBlmnif Title,
" Hellbronn P. T. A, met boys are chosen for their ability and wife, T'lalntlffs Vs.
moderate and decline in Bradford. Hall made 3 points in
t amuld they fear turn a perhaps temporary 'SallyH. ,
J. M Williams' NT. Kltch
on Wednesday Feb. 18 The meet. agreasivenesscoolness, and sports.
I business activity'' into a real recession. the l last quarter the final score Mahoney; M. Squires, O. FL Snyder
ing was called to. order by the manship. The first five of these being 2522. John V Dennett Carrie I). HntiRtt i
Sentiment Is Increasing for making up possible deficits. in the President Mra. Lois Moore The players received small gold basketballs I.ula M Langley ChlrRKO Title ii
-- Trust Company Haskell O. Hem
Notional budget by reducing the coat of government. The Hoover principal Mr. Cook gave a brief ; the remaining five received 8th GRADE VISITS!' .Bert ant, Haynos tl. Mahoney, trading iI i v

Commission reports have shown up serious waste which could bo talk on the canning project for silver balls. JAX HEATHER BritEAIT Lumber" and dnlnir Company burliness, Uenrve as Highland ChrlHt- I iI

ruminated without touching any essential function of Government. the benefit of the ones not present We feel that great praise is lansnn and Kthellnd F. Chrlfttlannon. I
at the last due coach and and I Cruller James. A. Graham and M. H. Hherman -
Duplication of bureaus archaic procedures the abuse of patronagettw meeting.It to our team ,, In and their heirs successors,

e are the slipshod old vices of Government which the Commission was decided to put on a playIn we are especially proud of our. the seventh grade Thursday Feb liilniinlMl' rater and assigns and all I __ -in
the near future for the benefit all-conference I' persona claiming any estate, right _
borws may be cured. It Is not likely that all of the recommendations players. ruary 24. when( they learned that 4
of the P. T, A.
will be approved but at least a start will be made. the eighth grade was taking a tripto responsibilityA
Hostesses for the evening were BRADFORD ENTERS
the Jacksonville
On the State front It is encouraging to note that'Governor Warren Mrs. Gladys Green and J. C. Sapp. DISTRICT! CONFERENCE Weather Bur CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
eau and the seventh wasn't
baa called for the exercise of "grass mote economy" in governmental The pupllu at the school were Ily Doris MimiTlof Invited. grade : I

departments and agencies. Likewise, House Speaker designate Perry teHted for hearing defects Mondayof The Bradford High .
Ba8ketballl We (the eighth grade) left for
of the 1940 which will in this week by Mrs. Gladys (I I
Murray Legislature, convene April apparently Team proud winners Jacksonville and the Weather t

recognizes the situation and recently stated that Florida la fast Green and Louise Norman. wannee Conference will move on Bureau about 8:30: Thursday morn :

approaching the tax saturation point. to the District Conference at the Ing. We now know what sardines 41j y. .
Increased taxes the Speaker-designate said, would destroy "all High School Gym In Lake City, feel like. The one bus that we' man isn't wrll-dresi ed unless he's well-

incentive for working and producing. Reliable estimates he pointed ,New! ; River March 3-3.: The first game will took was supposed to .hold forty pressed! Fastidious men know how important
be played with Madison winnersof clothing is to their
students well-cleaned well-pressed
out. show that Florida citizens pay out 31." percent of their Incomes ; eighty were jammed into
the North Florida Conference it. Sardines don't have such Our flawless methods keep
In Federal, State and local taxes. I AND LONG BRIDGE a appearance your
By !Mm. E. A. and will probably be the toughest bad life (That Is, after they are precious suits in ship-shape condition. It
Referring to the requests of various state departments and the i Kapp bout. If the Tornadoes win the packed away In that tiny little
will to use our heartily approved dry
pay you
ftaU-supportcd universities for greatly increased appropriations the .0. second game will be with Lake can.)

Speaker-designate remarked "1 have no doubt( that everything re- BRIDAL SIIOWEK Butler Then (If the tornadoes After an uneventful trip of cleaning even more frequently.ROBT. .

queoted la desirable but we cannot do everything that Is desirable. A delightful affair was a shower defeat Lake Butler) they will go taking turns sitting on each oth ,

I2ven if /we should take 100 percent of the Income of the people we given In honor of Mrs. Jerry to the semi-finals probably to meet er's laps and on our reputationsand i: PHONE 135

Snpp bride of Pete 3app last the number one team Lake City. Imaginations we arrived
till would not have enough money to do all of the desirable things.
Friday afternoon at Long Bridge The ,winner of this tournamentwill safely at the airport weather 315

mare very encouraging remarks coming from the man who Christian Church with Mrs. Edith go to the State Tournamentat station around 10:00: a.m. We PHARMACIST

will wield a powerful Influence over the next session of tile legislature. Carroll hostess. Daytona Beach went up to the weather bureau GREEN 9letu Temple

They are level-headed, down-to-earth Ideas and the hard-pressed tax.payers The Church was decorated with The Tornadoes arc full of pep I in groups of eighteen. After go- Phone 64 STARKE Owner _. _ Ave. ,

of Florida may derive no small measure of comfort from their beautiful potted plants and vases and Intend to put up a good Ing there we are quite educated ,.. .

content. of roses. Games were enjoyed fight for another trophy. : weather men. We saw such thingsas Qn-the-Minit Service I

Tn the mnanwhtle, we urge our readers to continue the healthy with Mrs. Bill Banks and Mrs.C. the wet and dry bulb thermo- DAY & NIGHT

interest, In affairs of State that tley: have Indicated by their replies W. Bishop winning prizes. BASKETBALL TEAM meters which have to do with STARKE, FLA.

The bride received many beautiful humidity), barographs (they record -
to our questionnaire. Their ideas will be passed on to our Senator HONORED AT ASSEMBLY

anal Representative for their guidance In the forthcoming Legislative and lovely gifts. A delicious By Alma Thomas air pressure over a length
salad course was served .to the On of time), aneroid barometer
sea Ion. Monday February 28, Mr.
guests. Partin called an in hon (overflowing brains didn't quite
Another questionnaire will be found In this Issue of the Telegraph. Those enjoying the affair were or of the basketball assembly boys just comprehend what that thing is). SHOP AND SAVE AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE

TbM one was sent to us by our Representative In Congress, Chnrlle Mrs. Kvla Aspen wall, Mrs. T, D. home from Trenton after takingthe and weather maps. These are

Bennett and concerns matters of) national Interest, where our ques Wester Mrs. C. W. Bishop of' Suwannee Conference. Coach made every four hours and area

tiers) of two weeks ago wore strictly Florida issues Mr. Bennett Iseeklng Jacksonville Mrs. J. L. Lavender Hobbs under whose training the record of the weather all over

to know the mind of his constituents on a number of matters Mrs. T. O. Cook Mrs D R. Sapp boys won the tournament called the United States. The temperature .

ef vital Import to the nation and he has requested the Telegraph to and) Mrs. Harold Shiver of Gaines Frank Dryden to the front. Frank air pressure and the other

carry hill questions directly to the peopl Thin we are glad to do ville. Those of this vicinity were who won great honors at the things that go on a weather map
Mrs. Seeber Moody Mrs Carl of the different parts of the
because we believe that we might have a better government If the tournament went bashfully down ,
Nettles, Mrs. Lester Johns Mrs. country are sent to the bureauon '
the aisle, The
next called
rnan-in-tho-strect were more articulate or at any rate could express Smith boy : :
Johns Mrs :
Nau Merrltt was Jack Eaves an all-conference teletype machines. The main p +. ,
tumnclf In a more effective manner than simply sounding off on thenearest Miss Camilla Jane Moody Mrs. purpose of the weather station -
I winner Then Jimmie Godwin."Spota" ,
street corner. "questionnaire printed in this Issue of the Pledger Johns Mrs. George Richendollar Came limping down the Is for the planes. If a pilot at the

Telegraph gives everyone an opportunity to make his voice Mrs. Wiggins Mrs. Is to fly.A
heard ins Char aisle to stand beside Jack. The Jacksonville airport > WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

very definite manner and he will have no one to blame but himself lie Cowe-n Mrs. Bill Banks Mrs next the boy with a broad grin, certain part of the country ne

M bit passes up this opportunity, E. A, Sapp and Mrs. I. L, Merrltt. was captain of the 1918-19 basketball comes up to this station whichis

Thorn who fill In the questionnaire may mall their answers directly, JOINT lUKTIln.VY PARTY team George Wlnkler. The right by the air field, and looksat MALLARD & BALLARD FOREMOST;: UNCOLORED
and decides which
to Mr. Bennett In Washington, or the Tcleghaph will be glad to A birthday party wan given In Coach: then called the following route to maps take according to wind

forward them to him If left at our office. honor of little Richard Shiver and boys to the front: James Phillips direction
wffAd air
Mrs. James Lavender last Sunday who.has played guard. center and pressure
and rain.
s .. afternoon at Rlchard'i forward on the team this year;
'After we had the weather
mother's home, Mrs. Nau Mer- Lewis Halnes who made several station and also seen had been taken
25 lb. 1.99
ritts. points that might have been the Lb.17cTHAT
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Two decisive factor In our winning the through one of the liners all
largo' birthday cakes
The value of a newspaper can be judged by the role it plays In the candles centered the table. Richards semi-finals/ ; Clayton Strickland eighty of us (including our teachers .
Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Anderson
rives of Its readers. To this end the Telegraph endeavors to report all with three candles and Mrs. who was always fighting for B. H. j ,
and home
our room mothers
matters of public Interest whether they be of political social civic Lavenders with 23.: After the S.; John Kllen who played hard Mrs A. J. Thomas and Mrs. THAT DEPENDABLE

cr church activity nature. The fact that the public is aware of and gifts were unwrapped the guests during the tournament; Carl Carter W. L. Mobley) piled back into

appreciative of this effort Is demonstrated by the number of comments were served a dessert course. who Is boasting about two the bus and headed for the city

received In our office. Those enjoying the delightful Paul points made who In the final game; zoo. When we got to the zoo, we MEAL & GRITS P&G SOAP
affair Carter played consistently I
One feature were Mr. and Mrs. Ted ate lunch and then thereat
or the Telegraph, however which can be Improvedonly well our spent

: by> the cooperation of Its readers Is the "Letters to the Editor" Cook and children& Mrs. James the newest; and member AurthurVlnkl..r.of the "A", of our time looking at the 5 lb. 19c 3
Lavender Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold animals and taking pictures of --- bars19c
column This department should be considered the property of Tele- Shiver Mr. and Mrs.) C. B.1 string. Coach Hobba then gave .

graph; readers and that la just the way we want you to feel. These Carroll and children. Miss' Ida recognition to the team as a them.At

,-tlrs are a medium through which readers can voice their Individual Merritt Ralph Merritt, Mr. and whole. At this time Jimmie Godwin about 1.00: o'cTock ,we got

.comments, be they critical questioning or luudntory on all matter Mrs. Pete Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. rained his hand. When recognized ,' back In the bus and started home. CAN BENT MOUNTAIN
Mr. Mott, our bus driver was the NO. 21! DLUE) JUDGE
naked that George Wlnk
of Interest In the community. It Is a column that Is probably readmore i Delbert Green and children.
ler make only one who had a whole seat
a speech "About all I
closely than any other In the paper because readers like t<:>>> see ,
Bro. Freddie Dodd of Keystone can say It that the boys played to himself and I'm surprised SAUERKRAUT TOILET i
their Chopped TISSUE
what friends and neighbors think about things. filled his regular appointmentat exceptionally well", was George's someone didn't take that. At
Let us hear from If people' do not speak up and let their safe
you. Long Bridge Sunday with a short speech Mr. Partin proudly 3:00: o'clock we arrived home

wishes he known, then they can blame no one but themselves If things large crowd attending. displayed the trophy to prove ly a happy group. (Wtf looked
for 15c
ck not go to their liking. UelanoT Johns of Lake City was that George's words were true. like we had been, through a wash- 2 2 f for 15c

}t you do not wish your name published In connection with your visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Ing machine ringer but we're

letter, we will omit It, but all letters must be signed when received Leater Johns Sunday. BUS CAHERS TAKE ready for another trip If anyone

:in our office. We like to get your letters and sincerely feel that they 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp were hlTWANNEE CONFERENCEBy : '

i are needed to help the Telegraph fill It. proper' place In this com ''visiting M. J. Sapp and family Henry "' .ft.t

: Monday afternoon. The basketball players of B. H. HOME GROWN
S. ,
1 came out In front from an unseeded

.. position and took the Su SUVICS & GREEN VEGETABLES, RED RIPE
J-loV**"'* ('"rlt IIro.Uor" County, ,
.. le t Fwarrry wannee Conference by a landslide. R1PA1A
r :
HAS Joyce,. Huckner Trotter, rinlntlff. They won four games getting vltl
"ANNiS -. Nolan' '1". Trotter, efendant> !
Vase No. Ttl5.trdrr.' better each garre. The first opponent
IT" 4>r Puhllr.ll,.. I was Melrone who held man ea CABBAGE 2 lb.5c TOMATOES]
r And No I'Ira To tpumr 2 lb. 19c
*! T'iT.H '".' ) At..: them to a very close score of 28 ,
CONCRETE BLOCKS :- ,,'.. Trnltvr, urhoml lu.t known to 29. The second game was
r-.l against Cedar Keys who offered! -- -. ,-.
Ready Mix Concrete Builder Hardware afllrch ri required o on very little' opposition with a score
To IIiilM Repair or Remodel jstn. 191,. I In this above PHONE 118
Everything "i'l1"1...f'o..rt and l canes. whoreln' of 30 to 16. Bran ford, the third GREEN TOP Large BunchesCARROTS15c KILN DRIED SWEET
,,, .. .
rk diver,.. Tlrn.lfrl opponent scored 22
ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc. r.mntr T..I.nalh. hnll publish thli points against BODY FENDER
1030-1048 W. Muln'Street South I OMir In next r"iir *,.*kljr .Ixmifii. Bradford High School's 31. The WORK A SPECIALTY
wltne." mx bend and orricl.il. final bout was with Alachua who POTATOES,3Ib.25cSWIFT'S

hone 211 21S GAINESVILLE: P. O. Box 6% I nrv seal !Bt A, murk."14 tiff, Florl.1'. tl.le Febru- scored only 14 points against the Kr-nuoh. Front End

I A I'OFF'Il"f.RHH.. Mrk of HUM. .)rottrt.A. J. Thomas, Tornadoes' 30. Cars A Pickup . 910

Hy Haven Oonby, n '". Th. following points were made
.T..hn Flnrlda..J.. niUMon. Bt. Aua-uitln, during the tournament: Brake' Ke-llnn

Yes The Tourists And Transients Like Atty. for Flf. !dl ft IUI. 1. Dryden 50 points Cam A Pickup------ 912

Our ,,Food ("r..t. C... t. Vr.rff.r4 Co..tr, 2. Eaves 36 points Above.frlce. Include Parts SMOKED
florlrfai In ( .........1'1'. 3. Godwin 22 points SELECT
Jo...|.h sputter' I'lHlutlff. "". Krtn Labor .
still have time ta cater Captain George Winkler
c I we w..rt.iiry. SpltUr Defendant.. Case receivedthe BEEF 8 t o 1 0 Ib.
NO. TlJa. trophy a beautiful bronze
New Dunlop Tire & Tube!
to the homo folk We
p- Or4r Of P.bllesll.a .
: .,.* *.".. T. '....r statue for the B. H. S. players. 6.0OY1S Tlrm A* Low As 10.31
predate your btMlnem and always STATR OF FLORIDA I to: The team say the trophy mightbe
B Included
V_ R ln.. Warburir Bpltler, whone r.aI.' the first for B. H. 3., but itwon't (Tax ) Sirloin STEAK lb. 75c
nence And nridrunn Tenderized
try to please our friends' home. ten 40 Lincoln i HAMS
t be the ,
Road Brooklyn tl. N. T.I teat Ammonium Sulphate!! ', 10 lb.
You are required' ta appear on
March Ijth. i 41. In the above Hags
named Court and cause, whe..nDI..lntlff WHO'S WHO f t Round STEAK lb. 75c
Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's .....k. divorce. Bradford This time we would like to M Allowance On Your Old
Tclcaraph! shall!l .
rvMjntr put>ll h thle .
LUNCH 50c Order In next four weekly leeuee. feature a three In one: known In Battery On A New FORD ; Lb. -- 52c

Wltneim at Btarke my, Florid hand ,and fell nrflnte.1oitl February B. H. S. AS -The Big Three" of BatteryAndrews i HAMBURGER 1 Ib. 43c

GUIDON GRILL 14. mo.OFFICIAL. the week because they were chosen ,
( SKAI.I A. j. Thom. as members of the AU Suwannee
Ae Clerk of said. Court. Motor Co.
My Haven Cronby D. C. Conference Team. Stark bad
GEO. KOPKLOU8O3 T. Frank' T-nndrum. Stark. Florida" three of the .ten players chosen.
Atty. fur fit. 1-11 tll



FRIDAY, M.IRCII 4. 1919Hampton L

League Rally South Atlantic Di Thurs. -- Fri.MARCH i.
\ vision of the Salvation Army in Admission

Jacksonville Monday were Mrs. ; 3 & 4
W. P. Durden, Mrs. F. S. Dodd.
By Mr*. M. C. Sweeney Jones, Mrs. Sullivan, Adults $ ETERNAL
Mrs. Hcttle
. . . Mrs. Frank Kelsey, Mrs. C. Van 75c The LIGHT,

AlBtine, Mrs. Norman, Mra. May Students U SOAUDITORIUM
ladles Oxinrll MeetingThe
Sweeney, Mrs. Wells and Mrs. : :
Ladies Council spent a delightful John Blackman.R. Children 35c

afternoon on Wednesdayof C. Robert Cox left Thursday TAX INCLUDED) ..
last week, when Mrs. G. P. after spending a week with his (
Wadaworth wan hostess to the parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Cox.
February meeting. The Devotional For several months Robert has
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Period was presided over by Mrs.. been stationed at Ft. Jackson, S. CA ST -
Fred S. Dodd. Following the bus FLORIST -
C. but expects to leave in the COLONIAL
iness session Mrs. Wadsworth near future for Army duty In Grandfather S. E. Sparks AMBULANCE SERVICE.
served sandwiches and punch to ---------

her guests. The January meeting Alaska.Regret is expressed that H. D. Flowers for All Occasions John _______________._________ Jan Mundorf PHONE 7 STARKE, FLA.

was in the home of Mrs. Gerald May has been confined this weekto Judy __.___________________-_ Joan Carpenter

Adktns. Glendale Hospital, Palatka. Phone 218 Starke, Fla. Judah ______________________ J. E. Denmark

Among those from Bradford Mrs.Moodys May\ there Is a g while jest of visiting the Percy Mr.. I.evl ___________________________--- ----- -- .

County attending the Home ,May daily In the hospital. Simeon __________._______ -.-_ A. B. Baker

I Roscoe V. May, of Washington, !Ruben _n___________--- --.__ He,'. J. R. Hill I It's A Fact You Can Do Better At

spy D. C. arrived Monday to visit his BIGGS & BAKER Joseph __________________. __ Robert MetZRtr

,. parents. of Bradenton, Pharoah, Harley F. StronK
David Ellmore : ----r------------- : DEN MARK FURNITURE CO.
was' a weekend guest of RobertC. SPORTING GOODS Chief Steward _______ ._. _. (Cto S. New comb

Gray. Girl .. June CnUlwell
Court -- -
I Shadycrest T. C. Chastain Hospital. returned Starke last to 105 W. Call St. Starke. Fla. Court Girl _-_-_-_-----_-__--. _____ Idell I-arulrtini

week for further medical treat Guard: ..- .._____ __ _*_____ Jim Preston
ment. C Guard.------ __.._ __.___ JahnnieJoca
I Saturday Wilbert visitor Hall, here.Tampa, was a Benjamin ________.____ -- )Robert Stefunelli DOWLING I & W A IN WRIGHT

Mrs M. C. Sweeney returned Moses! --------- --- Wally Mulhoffer (Good Used Cars & Trucks
I Monday from a week's visit with ROB BIN S' DEPT STORE Aaron .______. _.-. Fate! Brown -
her sister, Mrs. Marlon Gnann In Miriam .- Vivian Idtat'I'h "Fla.
: ------ -- -- one 17I!) Starke,
I Jacksonville.Mrs. STARKE, FLORIDA Hannah __ _._____ _. __..__ \\\AIX\\ \ Fit-Ms
4, r''. Tom Gllmnrtln, who has Nehulon .. ..___"_ _____..- -- Patrick T. ile(:riff

been spending some time In Bar- Rachael I ______ _-_ Nina Bishop -
bervllle returned to her home here
a rS t 1 Saturday. Esther: .._ _____.. .. Barbara Cumeron
Mrs. Ann R. Guy had as Sun- (Girl: Victim __________ _,_ ? Peggy Tillt'YED
little ___ -
day guests, her two grand.dnnghters :Mary -- u -n ---
Judy Joplln of Lake SIMPSON GEM JEWELER" Angel _-.------- --- Manellodil I
STUART'S City and Jane Guy of Gainesville. Joseph .- ... .-" Robert MetgerGu Wo Service What We Sell

Mrs. A. Weathersby of Branford I Full line of jewelry; diamonds; Elgin Rulova and 1hnei t' :Men __ ..- .- 221 Temple! Ave. Starke Fla.
CYCLE SHOP recently visited her sister, Shepherd .. (!: >' VMIIiamsCharlie
Mrs. T. J. Alderman. Hamilton Watches! ParkerKenneth t
Temple Ave. 10th St. Shepherd Powers
Starke, Florida . . . Seaboard Railroad''' Watch Inspector Shepherd I
II. A. Bishop Jr: .

Father __ Gladys: l'nnonGREEN'S \ .
Lake GenevaBy Mother: '
E. T. SHULL Plumbing & Heating

,..Blanche Cunningham GROCERY & MARKET Solo (Ave :Maria) Mrs. Edward: Charbonneau Courteous Service

. :Musical Director :Mrs.! Edward: Charbonneau I'rompt,

Mr. and Mrs. Trafford Conrad ; organized by :Mr. Phone 111 i I Starke, Fla.
"WE DELIVER" Songs by 'horal Society Groflp )
and Frank Hickman of Lancaster
of Florida
Beecher of the University
Ohio are guests of Mrs. Ida
Gentry. Phone 86 Slarke, Fla. Director Jille rowers
Miss Lillian Gentry Is the guest I ? '

SpeakingDEFENSE l'f of her brother-in-law and sister, Hollywood Camera & Gift ShopL.
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Busbee, at .

Silver Spings. DARBY BROTHERS COlllnmCIAI.1'1I0TOCUAI'IIYStandard :
Monday visitors In Starke were
Mrs. Blanche Cunningham and B. (Red) Alvarez Service Station

Richard and Warren. starke' Fla. 'all Street At Railroad
Your Auto needs Protec sons Oil Products Phone 77
The many friends here of Sidney .
tion. 'Investigate Compre- Church of Keystone Heights
hensive and Collision Insurance were shocked to hear of his untimely Phone 60 Starke, Fla. ..
: death which occured at his -
before' it's- too home Monday evening.Mrs. .

late. J Beezer attended the C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE CO..
Golden Jubilee In Palatka Thursday I .
NIT I U R E C 0.
honoring Rev. William C. I HART FUR
Becker. I' ELECTRIC Phone $13: Starke, Fla. ,
Charley E. Johns Mrs. B. Cunningham and son :
Edison were business callers in Norse Crosley, ::Maytag. & UniversalSales STARKE':, FLORIDA.

Agency Palatka Saturday. & ServicePhone
Phone 13 STAKKK, FLA. Business callers in Starke Monday 76 Starke Fla.KOCH .
were Mrs. J. Beezer and son,
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. El-
(e.. Louis, and Mrs. James Mosely. McGRIFF MOTORSK

....... Green Cove Springs callers .
mer Forsythe and children and Electric: & Pontiac Dealer
R.nr...tlna THE TRAVELERS.Hartford l ili :
Mrs. Arnold) Carlson. D RUG'S TOR E
Phone 20.1: Temple & Pratt St!!. Starke, Fla.

TO-NTTE AT 8:30:: 'G ..TOR BOWL "Prescriptions"! C 0 C A C 0 L A BOTTLING I CO.
THRU WED. MAR. 9 Phone 53 Starke, Fla.

SPONSOR:. MOROCCO. 'i''I TEMPLE PILGRIMAGE\} ; 'UMLJOuttS COMMITTEE:''--'' Stefanelli's Grocery & MarketS

'*. P \ ("'4q 18 411'' ._ .

'Z'1'I PLJft\S t', 'S '/I.I.t4t't'., Friendly Neighbor
of'nl"1o .. / !t S TAR K E BUILDERS I Corner Cherry & 10th Sis. Starke. Fla.OLSON'S .
\ Mt.
BEAUT r .:. .:N' t'
I .)- ..... to\\O\ \ .
j Flu.a .
;t Sl"1'C..t : Phone 15-W Starke, Fla. Phone 15-J;) Starke,

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q qi\\i' .ttO .
f: : ; COMEDY .. .
'::' ... F. REGISTER I & SON
.J! .ti. ",. \ ..;;:.... CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY Phone 11 Starke t Fla.<
.: J6a11yN''a.1' ;"'; ;7..- ,/.J. ;, i
'\; :JHT'ni' \ r.L .....-.:;......".. 120 S. Walnut St. Phone M: Starke; Fla.STARKE I'hone 155; Starke, Fla.
; '. Plenty el Cholc S.al. For All Performance atlonald
J .. St. Jack.on.ill..
< ,on'. N.w Stei 218 W. Adam
/,1, or at th. 'Gator Bowl afi.r 7 >-. m. S. R. JOHNS' GROCERY
Prlc.. Inc. tax. II... S.at..._.._... $3.00-S2.SOI and $190 .
Rink BI.ach.r. unr.i.nr.d. __.__..,.$1.9G-O.... Adm. S1.2D
af.alav.wlLOOK +" BEDDING CO.
I'hone .11: Starke, Fla. .


Starke, Fla.
GREE'N BUICK co. Phone :51-W

To Keep That "/J 0 d y Beautiful" -
We make !scratches dents or nicksa Sarah Lawson's Beauty Shoppe E. A. STROUT Real Estate Agency
thing of the past and what ane'e
for color our man has!' So helpus. .... C. Hollin .:sw >rth, Associate Phone 10 SUrke, f.....
know you've been Latest "Radar Permanent Wave"PhonelSI
you'll never F'a'rms"CHAS.
"IIt'>K & Hominy
touched. Starke, Fla.


So let's get acquainted. We know .
your car inside and out and would HOUSTON'S SERVICE STATIONH.

like to meet you. too! And want you C. SHEPHERD
Standard Oil Products!
to know us better.

Thank you, A. BISHOP JR. RADIOS & SEAT: COVERS Phone 8.1 Starke. Fla. \


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Wheel AlignmentSPKCIAL Complete Motor Overhaul General H. C. WALL AGENCY CARPENTER'S Your Rexall Store
For Week Beginning TH EATER
Mon., Feb 28 For This Week Also GENERAL; INSURANCE: FLORIDA Phone 61 Day or Night Starke' Fla.SPONSORED .

Complrta Parts *: Labor .
CAMBER TOE IN 4 Cyl. Cars 5:>.'>0

STEERING 6 Cyl. Cars 68.50 FRIDAY MAR. 3,4 *
87.50;) BY THURSDAY &
C 8 Cyl. Cars CURTAIN TIME ::

$6.00 V 8 Fords 72.00 STARKE LIONS CLUB Benefit High School Athletic Fund

7:29 P. M.

REMEMBER I : You don't' have to get this work done Starke, Florida U. S. 0. AUDITORIUM
but must place
during this week of the Special you

your order on or before March 7.

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I ski Ixxu aa
four wx '
MnKchkow), Defendant. Can NO. nevi,"'Ulle..." my 'hand. and offlrliil,I v
Adult Bible Class Baptist Circles Birthday Parties ( Informal Party 11tt" order of roHllc. . l 19f9.

I Meets At Home Met TuesdayMembers Enjoyed This Week For Tampa Visitor NolleTo OP FJ.uHIDA AffrmrSTATH tI"l.tn: ornciAfcnAMk 28 t A. Naid'rho, ,,",.",,. \,,

i __ '\. .' \ I W. KaufmansThe Franklin Simmons was host I to Miss Nina Freddie fiRm Mmhkow owwhose nreeitl nee' Ft* haven. CroKhv, l>. ('. ,
\ Of J. of the WMS Circles Bishop, Miss nmun M*?" unknown: Jtny Hrl'l. ..n. Haitian Hldir.. I>liyl.nnllpBoh. ,
:\ of the Baptist Church held their 30 of his little friends Wednesda Wimberly and Miss! Bobble Cameron and adilrvHi In on Klorldn, \
.. .- ... Adult Bible Cloao of the Club You are re.Ulrd| to appear fur l'lf ".* 4t11' \
monthly meetings Tuesday after. afternoon at the Community entertained at a mullet barbecue April 4th. 19I'. In the ahov nnmsdCourt Any \
::> First Presbyterian Church had noon. House State Farm, when hla party Saturday evening at and cause, herein County plaintiff Telegraph -I, ,
Bradford ,
-- its February party and business Circle One met at the home ol mother, Mrs. Jim Rltch enter the W. C. Powell home on B. Call seeks. dlvorcii.I Bhall publish:: this Ordur III, WE CO: ANYWHERE! .
-- meeting last Friday evening at tamed In honor If his eighth blrtl Street, honoring Miss Marlnell next four weekly l I..uu. .
Mrs. L. G
Office Gladys MootyKdltO Reeklesce the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Mrs. W. R. Morse. day anniversary.The Worth of Tampa. VVItn.nii my hand and' off'1'' '"'I I Specializing' In
l"boDeI 33 Powell, leader, conducted the business seal lit gtarko. Florida. this March
Phone :29 Kaufman. Twenty-five members Club House was decorate I : WEDDINGSIllRTUDAY '
which followedby Lights In the 3. 1'14'1.
meeting ; was were strung yard ,
and friends were present to Mrs., In the St. Patrick color St'heme the program In charge of where refreshments were served An florlc of Said
I enjoy this very pleasant evening F. B. Beard and entitled "The of green and white with crep fly Haven CYnnliy, n C. t\\t'\\
together. An aasortment of delicious streamers and big and dancing was enjoyed on the T. Frank Kandrum, Stark". Florida p80SOgAtp\) \ PARTIES
BirthdayParty gree
Joint paper
Choral Club Ends Second Day of the Week of Prayer for Tlf. a-. 4t 3-3' .
food prepared: by those bows on the mantel. The lace terrace by the 2.0, guests present.o'r"1oJ ,
Second Month Of Given At who came was served buffet style Programs covered refreshment table waa 1m Circuit ('''''.'. llrndfurd (fnunt, ,
Plans were made for the group to riiirlilm. In <'hanrrrr.Anmlla .
Wilkinson Home in the dining room. centered with a low bowl of caler PhllllpH. I'lnlntlff. vs. Norirlim -
Festival Rehearsals visit and conduct a program I '
the the bus- dulas. Miniature kites and multi Harold' Phillips' Defendant.Ca
Following supper the State Prison on Thursday af Notice: In hrhv given to nil CrulItnrx tr
The second month of rehearsals I Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson and Mrs. iness meeting/ was opened witha March 10. colored balloons were given to the and Claimants' .to file your e Order No. 7160.of rnhlli-ntlon .tadntlie SPECIAL" ': EVENTS of all kinds.
: ternoon.
:1 claim nxalnHt the Kutnl nf N. r>
Festival I to, Percy Sullivan entertained at a. Mr Kaufman. After youngsters as favors. Games wer .. %. To A.pesrSTATt ,
. for the Church Choir prayer by A dessert course was served to U'Hlnwrlirht. Mr, rlee.s.ed, with K. ;: OF F1.UItIDA to: SERVICE OV PHOTODeveloping "
be held at the University of Flor combined birthday party for their several months of careful consideration the 11 members and one visitor played during the afternoon and K. Ptrryirmn. Cnnntv ,ludu. nt I"rad-! Norman Harold Phillips, whose roe.Idence QUICK
County Florida luy sworn
da on Sunday. May 1. has been I husbands Sunday at the Wilkinson the class then discussed present. prizes awarded to the winners to nn or before BIOMT months .l l la K Rue: Me Moulin N., Oneiren. And Finishing. (

and Mrs. Edwarl Cha home. possible names. The majority vot Assisting! Mrs. Rltch In entertaining from, the tint publication of thin rielglumj on
completed otlrft or the rlalmi will h.. barredV You are require to appear 'Ir.
be meau, director of the local I The dinner table was overlaid ed that this be called the Friendship Circle Two met at the home of the little guests :were Mr!. Htatutoa of limitation: that April 4ih I9f9.> In the nhovs namedCuitrt HOLLYWOOD CAMERA
b.lng with beautiful lace cloth with Class Among other business Millard Judd and Mrs LawrencDugger. sums due to h.. paid to the f.. herself as
a control
group, expresses Mrs. E. Lennon. The meeting was .are to ho paid to the undersigned l reeks divorce, custody & AND GIFT SHOPmrAiVAREZ'
well pleased with the Interest two birthday cakes at each end. was the decision to "adopt" two opened with prayer by the president A" administrator.JnincH of minor child. Bradford County Telegraph ]
In .
i manifested here.The One rake waa white and pink with small children at the Thornwell Mrs. Maude Andrews.Community -- n Wainwright A.lmlnln-. shah publlxh thin I.
trator of .V. n. Wainwright Hr. -
local Choral Club rehearse pink candles and the other blue Orphanage. To adopt In this case I missions project Dillard W Judd celebrated his, Ki.tat. J-4 It 8-25 (I.I j

each Monday night In the We- and white with blue candles. means to provide adequate cloth- I for the month was to collect ninth birthday anniversary las.t In Circuit Court llrmiroril r..u..T, STOREi i >< m I
Class members are much Interested Friday afternoon when his parents III(III! : \
man' Club, under the dlrectlo Enjoying the double birthdays Ing. '' I clothes for the needy and furnishlunches FlorlilNi In Chnniirv.Harllit 1894i
in the project and are I Mr. and Mrs. Russell! Judd Affhkow (stun known anPndl
of Mrs. Charbonneau and Alva with the honor guests and hostesses for the school children.A "' Mfturhkow). Plaintiff vn.Pam"' u, _
A. Beecher. head of the Unlvei were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills eager to keep in contact with I special collection of $3.18 was entertained 26 of his friends at Menhkow (< The class their home. "
ity'a Music Department meet and daughter Dorothy, of Green the. children adopted. taken for this purpose.

with the group once a month. His Cove Springs and Mr. and Mrs. contest for new members was dis The devotional wan led by Mrs.L. The children enjoyed a wiener II,

.1\ next visit here will be or. Marc! Harold Mills and children of cussed and Mrs. Estelle Black D. Haines and those taking roast and the refreshment table y 7f "f/s** '' "* /s' f >$% I
explained that her team Is now which was set up in the yard< '
Starke. Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs.
21.i part were
!I'i choir ahead by sixty points. The oppos- Mathews and Mrs Ira Wilson. was centered with a beautiful z. "I CAN TRUST ASP ." \'
i,) Members o all Ing team la under the leadership pink and white cake with birthday s I
The closed with
" interested .tn Edwards Pupils meeting prayerby
else Mrs.
and anyone John. Com candles.
of Mrs Vincent St.
'. singing may join the Choral Glut Heard In Recital petition between two such capable Mrs. Wilson. Assisting the hosts with theli ;. the tlore
The Hostess served refreshments a their pries throughout
"I fruit
similar to the organized -
Groups, one captains is Indeed keen and fair the social hour to the 15 young guests were Miss Doroth; (( \ ,
during i\i by hopping
here have been formed I wouldn't iov
\ and know
Mn. Will Edwards presentedher play and fine spirit are characterIstlc members Judd and Miss EarnestIne Mobley
In most communities within a 30 present. aljf I liar( mean (Ihol ,
pupils In a recital In the school of all who are participating. around Iht town.
mile radius of Gainesville, and<
had been h 'ipeclor en.om.lh.no
they will all join together In the auditorium last Friday afternoon., After arrangements Mrs M. V. Hazen was hostessto Hartmanns Hosts someone do.m'fhot/
made for visiting during the Circle Three afternoon ( time( ot a lower price
Festival of 1. were Barbara omo
event May Those taking part At Dinner Party
month of March meeting wa +
Mr. Beecher praises the work Bates Kathryn Johns Pamela Drought to a close by Mr. Kauf- with 12 members and two I I than ABP. I mean that when I do all my

being done by the choirs in the I Fay Lawson, Mary Carol Beseent, nan's benediction. visitors present. The living room, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartmanr shopping there, week week out,

mailer churches. "Singers with Clair Jean Mundy Joan Tcnly, where the meeting was\ held, was I celebrated their thirty-first wedding and hat/.anth. bet thpt
decorated with vases of I'll law* mono/
little experience are doing remark Barbara Jean Prevatt, Nan Robinson spring anniversary Monday by entertaining i i

ably well," ha said "The anthems Mary Agnes Matthews, WSCS Notice Flowers. members of their family \" 1' monty con buy. y.t.I
in the Mrs. 9. E. Sparks led the devotional and few friends at t" \ comfortable f* lmg.
we are, using program Martha Home, James Lawson, Members of the WSCS of the a a turk..ydinner /I one] Ifi a mighty
followed with by
are of varying degrees of: Lenell Dodd, Sandra Johns Ajr- prayer at their home Monday
tfethodist Church will have th..lrCircle
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. The devotional
difficulty, yet the progress being nee Lawson Mary Lou Durshlmer, meetings Monday afternoon evening. /&*. I
t made Is highly gratifying." Julia Lawson, theme was "The Gospel Vaii-colored spring flowers and
William Ingram tyzs.. I
! March 7 at 3:30: ( o'clock. *
Committed Us" The weekof
' The Extension Division and used decor EVERYTHING I
. |1 Levy Canova. Jr., Betty Williams, Circle One will meet In, the potted plants were
'\w Music Department of the University Nancy Bates, and Ada Edwards, with Mrs. A prayer program for home ating the N. Temple avenue residence & -*
\' are cooperating in conducting Recreation Building missions was given by Mrs. Hazen, of the hosts. The dinner ?
Edward Massey sang several V. Anderson, Sr. and Mrs. Eula .
Mrs J. M. Brownlee and Mrs.
' this which is table held beautiful
/ program openS solos accompanied by Ada Ed- Vhlgham as hostesses. J. F. Jaudon. Mrs. H. L. Brown. a arrange. Z a
I S to churchee of all faiths. ment of red and white carnations FROM A TO
'1 wards Circle Two will meet at the lee, Circle leader presided over a Guests included Mr. and Mrs. ,
if Edwards, assisted by Carolyn I home of Mrs. George Flynn on
f Mrs. short business session and closed Steve .yi \
Simmons Mr. and Mrs.
; Stone Home Scene
Crews nerved refreshments ,.efferaon Street. Mrs. I. P. Shep with prayer by Mrs. Sparks.
Hartmann Mrs. Tom Grady,,
;l Of Surprise following the program. 1 J herd will be assistant hostess. Delicious; refreshments were Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion Mr

Event served during the social hour. Johansen, Rev. R. T. Rastatter I
Housewarming The next meeting will be with
and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Van-
Mrs R. A. Ntwsome.
1 Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stone were Vleet. r t

delightfully surprised at a house iic

(warming shower given for themat WCTU EntertainedBy Mr. And Mrs. Ritch

their new home on Westmore Mrs. I.
land Street Friday evening Feb. Johnson Hosts To FriendsMr. t
WeU Look. like Ole Mar with several pints-of nice straw
I 18. Fellow members of the Koch Winter finally caught up with ui berries that folks have "forced"on Azaleas and potted plants were and Mrs. Jim Ritch enter-
Drug Store staff were hosts at
used by Mrs. W. N. Johnson in
I about to haul tained at an Informal social -
-just as was gathering
thU lovely affair. him.- her home when she was
last season's swim suit out of the< In their home at the L

Mr.Calling and Mrs.during Steve the Simmons.evening were Mr,,. moth balls and make a trial rut I.t. (j.g.) Thoiniw. (Tommy) G.. members Hostess last of the Friday Laura afternoon Scott WC-to State Farm, Thursday eveningof Better-Than I .Ewer&! 'IT iL1P' TT1 r $

and Mrs. O. I* Llnson, Mrs. Dolly out to Kingsley Guess I It Ritch, a doctor In the European last week.
to once again Theatre, now stationed in Camp- TU.The Spring flowers were used in
Sullivan Miss Darlene Crosby,, goes prove
meeting was opened
bell Town, Scotland, writes he for 'N"J ,
decorating the occasion. The
that If we don't get our cold '
'Mrs. Marvel .
Mrs Thelma .
Dyal by Mrs. J. W. White, and jr.i. / 'SuperRight'i
''Warren, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Craw sooner, we'll get it latex .+. ,_Bu has been given a leave of absence prayer the president Mrs. Johnson gave I dining room table from which .Nt. HOT CROSS'BUNS25c
It usually manages to get around and Is seeing/ all the points of refreshments were served, was .
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gilhooly,, devotional which
the lesson was
01 somehow But even the rail interest In Ireland, France, and 1 covered with a lace cloth and 1
and Mr. Tate Alvarez.
followed by a business period. Western
and cold didn't atop lots of Call other countries Says that we centered with an arrangement of )Quality
17 the anniversary
February being i
streeters from trekking over to Americana don't know when we're calendulas.

Kite ChildrenTo Palatka for the Azalea Festival well off Seems that In Eng- of the death of Miss Contests and quiz games were I

Have Party last Sunday, and among thosi land the people are rationed to Frances Willard, Miss talk Olive Ray the enjoyed by the group during the FEEDM BEEF : "
an Interesting on SCRATCH
glimpsed at this festive event I one egg and a patty of butter a gave evening. II:

All t little friends of Zeke Lamar. were the C. O. Barksdales. the week and other foods In the calling of Miss Willard who was 25 Ib. 99c 100 lb. 3.89 I

Mack, and Bobby Kite are Invitedto R. F. Youngs, the C. R. Howes, same slim proportion Tommy the America.founder of the WCTU of Mrs. Kite HostessTo Rib or Brisket Stew, lb. 29c ts

a birthday party which will the J. H. DuPres and Nancy, Mr made the trip to Scotland via Sirloin Steaks lb. 83c
Four members from the flourshing LAYING I MASH -
be given for them Jointly Monday and Mr. S. E. Sparks, Mr. and submarine He expects to Bridge ClubMrs.

afternoon March 7. at 3:30: Mrs. D. L. Thomas and Seleta be released from the service WCTU at Penney Farms 25 lb. 1.13 100 lb. .....3 Chuck Roast, lb. 53c

o'clock, at the home of their Thomas, the C. a. Partlns, Jiman' around April 1 and has already were visitors at this meeting. J. R. Kite was hostess to Fresh Ground Beef tb. 43c
They were Mrs. Ramsay, Mm. the State Farm Club
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hazel Rltch an' son Franklin,, signed a contract with St. Vin Bridge ,
Hood Mrs. H. Koper, and W. T. Thursday afternoon of lost week GROWING MASH
Kite on East Call Street. Dr. Jack Miller, Mr. and Mrs cent's) Hospital In Jacksonville
Games will be played in the N. D. Wainwright Jr., the Robert Just had word from Mobile, Ala. andsay, who:was the guest speaker at her home on W. Call Street. 25 tb 1.13 100 lb. 4.43 '

yard and refreshments of cake Sarksdales, Mrs. Lula Mott, and of the marriage of Mrs. Brace Lovely arrangements of pink Right't LAMB.: Ij

and drinks will be served. Emalyn an' Shirley Morgan: Lavlnghouze to Joe Welch on front seat of the car reachingfor izaleas and hydrangeas were Daily i HORSE Duper
Feb. 20( She's a former resident the floor in the placed at points of Interest

MOTHERS! Register TheN Hear tllat'A'.Jrcoy Lamb and of Starke-the sister of Mrs. back something. Nlta on Dobbs also among :throughout the home. A dessert 90 % 100 lb. 3.97Fancy Whole Shoulder, lb. 35c j

John Grew were remarried up inFolkston Vlrgle Flynn and Mrs. W. D. Fax. those on the nick list the first course was served the guest Rib Chops ---.lb. 83c
Baby For Valuable 'rom the four card tables set
Ga. last Saturday on. of the week Hear little Franklin up --I'
'or the occasion, after whichhree ,
Gift At Our Store
Audrey wore a lovely gray suit Simmons was the proudest
with Navy blue accessories and a Call Street wan more than well fella at the State Farm when his progressions of bridge were Cudahy; Gold Coin Bacon tb. 49c
);;- "., I corsage of pink carnations represented at the huge National daddy Jim Rltch, gave him a layed.

) \.. They're living with her mother, Guard Ball In the Jacksonville gray; and red baseball suit for his .Club J. prizes were won by Mrs.I. Fla. D. & D.: Fryers, Ib. 57c
Kucera. first
Mrs. Elizabeth Lamb on Lafayette armory last Saturday night birthday Wednesday prize, Mrs. M.
.- tt/a1f St., and Audrey will continue Those dancln' cheek to cheek and E. Griner won second prize and West. Pork Loin end cut tb. 43c
lingo was ;won by Mrs. P. D. ,
toe to toe to the music of Blue t
V WEAREverything to work at the Magnolia Hotel ,Donald' Ray Tllley a Storekeeper
Among the newer residentsof Barron and his famous orchestra in the Navy, surprised his rancher Sr. Visitors prizes were oce'an
won by Mrs. J. E. Wilson l lit i Lg no head Shrimp tb 69c
for the Child Starke I'm pleased to !Welcomethe were the Hugh Ingrams, Cliff mother, Mrs. Robbie Shatter, by md high Qua t ty ,
G. J. McGrlff bingo.SENSATIONAL. "
From Birth to 12 Year Old Byron Salters and young son, lazenn[ AI Kay Carltsles, Harold calling her Sunday afternoon from QUICK FROZEN

Byron III. who dwell in one of Walls Garnlta an' O. P. Hutto. Kodiak, Alaska He also talkedto

RONNIEDONN1ESTORE the Nollman cottages on AdamsSt. J. E. Denmark an' Frances Colley, his sister, Peggy Tilley, and 11 t oz. bottle 18 1 c Red Perch Fillets, lb. 33c

. Mrs. Salter Is a Gainesville Herbert' Green an' Hazel Fields, brother Bill Don has been r-H_.___

girl while her husband halls the A. E. Wall. Charles Burnett. In Alaska for II months and expects QUICK! FROZEN

228 ":. Call Starke from up Maine way and Is currently Norbert Szymczaks, Elma Lee to be back on leave In the SALE Nutley Oleomargarine lb. 23c H & G Whiting, lb. 19c

travelling the highways and Hickey an' B. C. Holtzendorf, states around April 1 Hear toJlnnJnlfon.: ., !March 7 ,

-=- byways of this section for Standard Lucille an' Ronnie Mundorff, AliceSt. he Harley Strongs are house 1r rlb.. rolls Pork Sausage tb. 39c

--- I Coffee Co. He Is quite John an' Walter Barnes of hunting for the first time In eight White House Milk, 3 for 36c
Impressed with the hospitalityand New Canaan Conn.. Peggy Tllley years on account of Mrs. Jacobs ONLY

generosity of Bradford Countians an' Jim B. Godwin Doyle Hnzen und members of her family plano I

D# ? 1(1STARKE and says every time he an' Barbara Moore, Henry Godwin use their place on Klngaley !2f-rol! InnerHprlng' / Mattrrt' *. or A-Penn Dry Cleaner, gal. 73c

FL- makes his calla through the farm and Lucille Johnson Quitea some themselves, after all these I

land he always returns home handsome delegation I must years Time out now for a Box", Spring to !Matrh.

soy little suggestion to our kindly F A-Penn Motor Oil, 5 qts. 1.15 ,,i l i'a
Sun. Mon., Tun-., Mar. 8, 1, 8 19.50 ExchangeGuaranteed FRESH
'orrespondents( and contributors
"Am *ic fs New Sweetheart1' !Spotted an' Jottvul: Judge Ad- news Items to please Include full I
5 Bouillon Cubes lOc GREEN BEANS
LOTS BUTLER Ait. >> klns down town for the first time names of the people they're writIng ,, y.areAlso Herb-Ox -

MICKEYBill J rii II iir 111 ai\\ In weeks after his spell of Illness about Might save some i I Ys 2 tb. ... 25c

Freddie Wlmberly leavIng embarrassment In case we Insert Featuring Our B to..t ,
Book Matches 2 cartons 29c .uu 'u' -
Goodwin, Irene Hi'r\ey, her at and -
IS OUR BUSINESS job Campbell a wrong first name :where it was :MATTRESS A BOX SPRING YORK IMPERIAL:

John Sutton staying home to help around the left out : APPLES 2tb. 25c

Short: "no't Your Life", Plus house a while says she might go Prr-Bultt, Inner-Roll Cracker Jack box . -'Ic ,

Latest World New & Cartoon to school later on, but plans are Little Gene ram was In the FRESH BUNCHCARROTS

Indefinite Fire Chief Pickett capital Saturday to. Monday with r.uanuitml 10 Yran

Wed., Thuro., Mar. 9 10 pleased with the cooperation he double pneumonia but Is home And 10 Month Chums Carmel Coated Corn 9c 2 bunches 15c

DOUBLE FEATURE rAul Is getting from folks in the business now and getting along fine '

From An .1 and residential sections on Saturday night when his mother ALSO BOX SPRING GOLDENHEART, SIZE 48
his fire inspections-trying to Elsie came home from the hospital Angelus Marshmallows 18c CELERY 2 for. 25c

Unknown Woman clear up fire hazards Kate about 2 a.m.. to get a couplef TO MATCH r
Struth out making her regular rest before CALIFORNIA
Joevn Fontaln Lnulit. Jounlan hours returning Regular 33.00 Val.
sick calls (by sole leather! express) 'o his bedside she couldn't wake FRESH DATES 14 25cICEBERG.
oz. -
ALSO l and I just couldn't help thinkln'that up her husband "Boas" to get In Exchange 29.50 Bright Soil v

The Dead Don'tDream If a good citizens award the house She rang the bell. SIZE 72LETTUCE

were ever given for Callstreeters, rounded on the side of'the house,

Katie would certainly warrant and proceeded to wake the whole 2 for 29c

With William Boyd such an honor What a pity elghborhood. but still he slept Ids I* your chance to get Quality ;, Water Resistant "

t Plus Latent World Ncw there aren't more like her In the Finally she went down to the Bedding at Prr-War Prim.PHONE -ti' Self YELLOW: ONIONS., 3 to. 13&
world! elephone office and asked the! Polishing --- --- "** ,

Fri Sat., 1'141' 11 & It c>perator to ring the phone for is > RED BUSS

DOUBLE FEATURE I'ndmtand that Dot Epperson, about five minutes-but still noIse ORDERS ACCEPTED Pint Can 29c POTATOES 4 lb. 25c

"Bloomer Girl" manager, has already from Mr. Pass Eventuallyhe
Fabulous JoeIn first. conuderolion .to r- !
The proper signed up for the season returned home and continued FREE DELIVERY
Clnfol profeuionol ..""co for our cue.t.m.r. such veteran ball players as
pounding on the side of the house 28c
Flakes large
ALSO . Service .which only college \. Scootle Duke, Estelle Black Elma until he finally came to Now WITHIN 100 MILES Lux ,)

HATEWith graduation.' tote llceniure and I Lee Hickey Harriet Richard, Lucille I've: heard of a lot of sound sle..prs > Rinso, large - 28c \, l

GUNS OF yean of MparWnc can give. That Green an' Ruby.Johns .. In my lifetime, but I believe 3 for 25c \ :

Tim Holt b .what w* offer you when, you Looks ... If the girls really plan "Boss" tal.es the cake! Echols Bedding Co. Lux Soap, reg., \. \1)\) 'S\\\

CartoOBt "The UWMW Nut" & bring your preicrlptionf to uii: to "play ball" this year, and that J18\ E, MaIn South Lifebuoy, reg., 3 for 25c \
of Death should mean some fine entertain laces that winds up the little .
10 "Rldem, 3 for 27c
Chapter KOCH DRUG STORE ment Sorry to hear that lack book for this time Belong > Gainesville. FU. Swan Soap, reg.,

Anne Hutchings broke a rib last See you In the next . '.",=, -':': -
VaI1eJ"I i I I Thursday while 1 leaning over the -Carolyn


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I Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong Mr. and Mrs. Tom L. Duncan Station.It In .(Irrult .......t. llrniirord Coualr. You are rva'i'retl' to appear. on sosl nt Stark, Florida, (hit February -

had as their Sunday guests Mr. attended the funeral of Mr. Dun would be hard Indeed to find Klorlilm Kennel$ li In, kunrrrr.. March 2>

and Mrs. Otto Manke of Brooks- can's father in Cleveland Ga. a shop offering so wide a selection is. Kllcn CutherlniKimup linker I Holland' I'liilntirr llolliiiul,I I I, .j Court. an.1 ciii,,.. wherein )ifotnr-irtAtj' SKAf.) A. J. Thn..."..
; plaintiff'' \ ftnpks divorce A restoration An Clerk of, sal l Court. I
na& : I ville. The Herlongs attended the Wednesday. Mr Duncan is manager of merchandise., Beautiful t'IVnlHnl Camt No. 7174.t of nmhlon name llrndfnrd Hv Haven. Crosby, D C.
: nl>r ir I'..hil.'iiI'I.... :
6 tail County' Telegraph Htmll thisnitlcr K. H. Ixincnn, 1017
"Holldny on Ice" show in Jack > of Setzer's Grocery.Mr. crockery, costume jewelry potted ,..*. 1'.. In next four weekly pultllMh iNmieit, Jsfksnnvlllx FlorM, Lynch nidv.

sonville last evening.Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hale from plants camper's supplies boats, Kllen 8 'I'A1'N. oV K Ko'llYn A t t.. ..I Wltti.HS my hnnil anil ,rflcliil Atty, for l'ir 2-25( it I-U
Ciithrrlnr K noun| i> i llnllaml.vhi ..
THE NEWS and Mrs. L* M. Barefoot Annapolis. Md. were guests this motors bait candles and sport \ >ni. ri>Hld i< and family had as their Sunday week of Mrs. Male's brother and ing goods are on attractive dis IVitrh Mitvvt. ', Atlanta. OeniglnYou .

guests, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sur- play. A small line of groceries ,. arc. reiiulrcd, ti> npt..itr. on TUBELESS TIRE CROSS-SECTION'
.. ...... ,,, ssrnsssrsrrsrrrssrrrcrep family Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. << April I 41.h. I 1114li. I In the aliovi. 1".1
rency, and Ernest Surrency of Land. in carried for the convenienceof Conn, .and cans, *, wherein plulntlfr.
Waiter Barnes of New Cana. MHB! Odessa Thomas of Gainesville Adele Ga. and Albert Surrency weekend campers who will find 'seek divorce. Itrndford' County Teli -
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Albrightare "_"iph shall puhllxh, this tinier, In
an, Conn. was the guest of Miss spent Sunday with her mother of Sylvester. Ga. leaving, for their home in the shop open seven days per neat four Httvkly |HHII...MWlliiesa .

Alice St. Johns and Dick St. Mrs Hester Thomas. Friends of Mrs. A. F. Sauls week. my hit o.ii inn. ) ..rri'I.l I
Olmstead Ill. today after visitingMr. spit I .st Bra rke, Klorhlil. thlx I :MarrlOFVICIAIi i
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Denmarkand
last week. will be to learn she returnedto
Johns glad \ and Mrs. Titus Olson for Visit the shop and see why we 2. JI14'1.

Mr. and Mra. Henry Chlldresa son of Jacksonville were Saturday I her home from Shadycrest the week. They will visit think it the town's addition of It 5R,\1,1! A. J. Tho"", ".
of Mr. and Mrs. I past AM Cl..rk iif. Ha III
were in Waycrosa Ga. Sunday guests Hospital Saturday and la getting the year. I'tnirt.
relatives In Memphis Tenn en- Hv Haven Crosby. l I' f.
visiting relatives.Mr. S. Hutto and family.Mr. along nicely route. Itt Kriink: I Ijindrum, Mtnihe' Klorldn I ,
and Mrs. M. C. Wells cele- and Mrs. Jim .Ritch and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley At a meeting of the Keystone for I'lf. J-4 41 .1-116

brated their seventh wedding: an. son Franklin and Dr. Jack Millerof .spent. the weekend in Tampa visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Powell and Heights Chamber of Commerceon Is .''''...... "",".-... llm.ld.rU fomitr

niversary by spending the weekend State Farm will spend the Mrs. Beasley's father A. C. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips Feb. IS, Gene Matthews editor Klorlilai IIIII.h..1 t ........... -
weekend with Dr. Miller's parent spent Sunday In Daytona Beach. and publisher of the Bradford May l'orutty Cnpwell.
in Daytona Beach. Durden who Is quite seriously I'lHllltlff vs. Harris I'fix-it Cnp J2
Mayor and Mrs. D. E. Huf- at Panama City Beach. 111 in St. Joseph's hospital Mra. Robert B. Tanner 'of Baldwin County Telegraph, was made an well iH-femlant., Cn.... N.'. 7t 44.lr.Iar .
visited her Mrs. LauraI. < Of I'nttlli'sttoH
faker of New Smyrna were Sun- Mrs. Miriam KIckliter and Miss Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover, Sr. mother honorary vice president of that .%n.\otlr*. 'I'.. %..pr

day guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dorothy Claire' Klckltter drove" to and Mr. and Mrs. George Dover Powell over the weekend. Mr. body. This action was taken inappreciation M'rA'vIl U'"' I't.OIt" I II> A to.:
and Mrs. Robert B. Tanner Jr. of Harris Celx-rt l'apweui, whoc r.siilonva
Mana aa. Newnun, Ga. over the weekendto and children left Monday for the Telegraph'smany Is, 1I4 i > Mont dentil Avvniu' ,
Attending tbs May tag Service visit Mrs. Klckliter's son-in- Hibblng Minn. after a two weeks of Gainesville were Sunday dinner fine gestures of good will I iii k lii ttl, Cullfornln.You I, '
guests of Mrs. Powell. are itMiulrcd ti t> It Plies r on
Meeting. at Maytag Headquarters law and daughters- Mr. and Mrs. visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. toward Keystone- Heights. The :Murrh itHtli 1H4'I! In I ho allow &
In Jacksonville Monday, Wednesday Wendall Hendricks and Sammy Colson. and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mrs. Fred Guy and children, l Keystone: Chamber voiced its appreciation no. "uteri. Com. .t nncl raiiMi.", wherein
Jane and Jimmy of Gainesville I PlaIntiff. H.*i ka dlvort'e, CUMIOIIV" of,
and Friday evenings are Leroy Kennedy. The Hendricks and Miss Flume. of Mr. Matthews' good ,fluid.. etc. llrmlfiiriltounty ;2: .

Norman. Jr. Mrs. Elva Ed- Kennedy returned to Starke with Mr. and Mrs. U A. Davis were spent Tuesday with Judge and offices in bringing the sister : ;Telvuruph: shall I pulillHlt" :thin
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. towns of 4>i'Ier In next four \\** 'kirtactics.( .
wards and J. R. Kite. the Kickliters for a few day at their camp on Lake Grandin Starke and Keystone \VltnHN nay band. und orfuinl..
Mrs. Ruth Terrell- of Tallahassee visit. from Friday through Sunday. Mrs. C. A. I Knight: of Starke Heights In a closer and more I ....ill 1 lit tO n..rkl>, Klurlilil I IhU Ki'brunrv -
and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd of Lake solid I 2'J. I I941.ttlKPICIAU .
and Marlon McLeod of Jack. Mrs. Juanita Fhilllpa and daugh. G. B. Williams a meter reader relationship. .HRAl.) .\.J.. ThoumM,
sonville were Sunday evening dinner t ter. Jane were in Gainesville on for Florida Power and Light Co. City were In Montgomery. Ala. The Keystone Rotary Club In As' ('''''rk of said ('", ..rt.II .
last week \'''dUnMrll.. James ) llnvrn criiHiiv, I H. I'
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. business Monday.Mr. has brought his wife and daughter / considering, the reactivation of a Joseph K. SkliiiT. 7 1\' Vomvtti The, construction of the new puncture-sealing! ; tubeless tire I. shownIn

and Mrs. M. C. Wells were to Starke to live from Lake Snepherd. Mrs. James Shepherd Rov Scout Troop and a Cub Scout MtIIIlnnis. lug.1.. JiKknolivllle: : : this eross-oection. The special concentric ridges molded on the be *U

Kite.Miss Marlnell Worth of Tampa In Jacksonville Friday evening City. They will occupy the FredC. returned to Lake City with her Pack-also the probable forma Klorliln.Ally. for I'lf !.U 4t 3.1M seal the tire against the rim and prevent air from retting out around
daughter-in-law for a visit. I the edges while rubber washers Inside and outside the valve
was a weekend guest of Miss Nina'I enjoying the dance and floor showat Orr home on N. Road 301. Everett McKinney of Tallahas- tion of a local Community Chest. In t Ireult (....."'. llrn..lfcir,l fount!*. keep the air from escaping that way. The sealant on the Inner side. of

Bishop. the Embassy Club. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Gillen had The Walraths, Junior and Sen. KlorlilNi In t kanrrrjr. the tread area, a thick rubber give the tire its punetur-.
the weekend with his rummy
see spent ior Kthel: Ito'... I'lulntlff., I I vs. John .7.losvph
as their Sunday Mr. and are enjoying a vacation Utt
guests trip sealing qualities. The B. K. Goodrich Company has announced that
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parents Mr. and Mrs. A. 11:. McKinney Juice I>i>fioitiint Cime N 1 II?
Mrs. Joe E. Gillen of Tampa.Mr. to Mexico." Onlrr tlf I'lihll-'Kllim tire is now available here for the first time.
and Mrs. T. J. Grlffen have I. II. Hazen of Jacksonville ...ot ,..tl.'q' 'I.. S'l'ecr

Come By And Ask For A been visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. C. ,was a Sunday visitor of the John HTATM t.t''ittl| .h UK Ihl...i.'iulLlu'A whoH. I rcHliltinrianil I to.: NOW ON DISPLAY AT

Mendoza In Jacksonville since McKlnneys. nililrvKH. l IN. Sllsa W. a tlXt...

Demonstration Of Thursday of last week where Mr. Mrs. W. T. Powell Mrs. Eddie : :Indian Beach : I liri.okl.vn You, ti.'.*NV.'*'I"lrPltn|..: npponr. on
Hartmann, Mrs. Albert Lee and FARM HOME &
Griffen is taking treatments.The Marrh. lath, JI".. In the iil'ove AUTO SUPPLY
Mrs. Ernest Phillips were In Jack. on ttt.d ,'..m.t and I ('a. tICC. wlinirlnptillntlff ,
Rev. B. E. Simmons vicar sevks dlvnlrn A riliitiiitv,
of St. Mark's Episcopal Church sonville Tuesday.Mr. ..f nilm I r ,'h 11,1 ri'n. I Itriidrmil"iinty Stark FloridaStarling's
Our citizen are still thrilled .. shall lhlOrder -:-
*. No Static and Mrs. Wlllnrd Pass and TMrirruph iitibllsh
was guest preacher at the Sun- over the wonderful plctotiitt display In ntxt, fuur weekly; |HHUI I*.
son. Gene, were In Atlanta, Ga. \\ ii.nec. niv, hand' iittil; offlfla I
day service
morning In St. Barna
: ? *.. No Fading the early part of last w'ek'INit and the very interesting ...'tI.I I st Staikc;, Kliirldii. tlila hilirilnrv .

oil Dcland bas Church he also, Deland.spoke before While two in ing Mr. Pass' parents, Mr. and. editorial appearing in the' Tele- (I. .' It." i':1'VI 4l., KKAf.: ) A .1. Th J Jtl No Stations graph lust week about
Mrs. T D. Puss.Keystone. our Indian \a l-lnrk. of cit itt (Court.
sociology classes at Stetson University Bench: colony Many have asked Itv I lv'n CroHhv I P t cKmnk
Interfering: and attended a Pre-Lrnten the I 'r' I l.unOiilln., Si".hi'. Klorlili. ,
S e S S C writer to express their appreciation Atlv for I'lf 2 U 41 1 IS IN RUBBER
*.. lietter Tone Clergy Quiet Day at Neus Syinrnn to the editor for, hisgenet'ous
Beach. The Rev. Leroy Lawson I.. Clrviil I Court, llr..,ir<.r.l tounlTl'lorl ,
Heights display' mid for the many ..lni In t .hntirery.Marl .
c rector of St. Barnabas Church hours he spent here with us a tewwe..ks hit Murk 'tt Inn, I'liilntlff. vsVeHl4v .
was a class-mate of Mr. Simmon's \. I n">"n \\lnn.I I, i liefttnditnt. .
ago tithing pictures anti ( ...8 Nn. T If'.'.
In Theological school. '. presenting to the rest of the County rtlir I>f PMhllra..

8 Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. CHAMBER: OF COMMERCE: : the effort put forward to HTATH%nl Notice OK KUOUIHA Tf. tpprnr.I tnl: GrocerySTARKE

Ch C Shepherd W. H. Nollman spent Sunday afternoon SPRING HANtJI'KT build up this aren, and especially \ViHlt, I)I..si. .ii. \\ I In", w lutes Hldnis*.

as. visiting Mr. and Mrs. The Chamber of Commerce- his presentation of our needs foImproved Is. I llowiinl, KariHiisAITI.IAN4KH:

Garland Godwin and Mr. and Mrs. 1"1.OUIDA
Spring Banquet will ho held Saturday road! leading to our ,

Court & Madison Sts. Starke Fla.INSURANCE Crosby, H. Dawkins in .Gainesville. March 12th at the Keystone: homes :!' SPECIALS; FRIDAY & SATURDAY. MARCH 4 & 5

have Judge and their Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Inn.Mr. I We wish to express our appreciation WE: RESERVE! TilE RIGhT TO LIMIT a* guests for two
E. Martin, President of to the board of County C..n..I..1. n..tI.
weeks Mra. _
Carlyle Peek of Chi
the Chamber has announced that Commissioners and especially to Silver Cow
Ill. and her II C
4 cago mother Mrs. the nationally known author and Mr. A. J. Thomas for the .
generous .
Wilson of S \i.ESSEII'iCl.KEYSTONE:! : :
Every Branch of Mrs. C. Taylorvllle W. Pickett, III.and daughter lecturer, Dr. Frank G Slaughter I expenditure of their valuable timeIn TALLCAN 10

has promised to speak. The emInence coming down to our area to
Carol Ann In .
;were Welaka
of the speaker assures serf flrl
R.over the weekend visiting Mrs. B. i a capacity crowd and those wish- for improved roads and to become SERVICE, Inc.IleslwaretsnIer..i'slat.

Long. ing to attend are urged to contact better acquainted with Bradford .

I ----------- ------ -- W Sunday H. Graham guests at of their Mr. and home Mm. Mayor Frank Scott Keystone County's newest and fastest grow K.:' 14 I'l'MIIK.ll.trii'>, EL,. P-E-A-S Real Good 2 for 29c

on Heights for tickets at the earliest Ing Community. Wo are all lookIng I'll. .... CI. ( )
Klngsley: Lake were Mr. and Mrs. ,
ii H. C WALL AGENCY Ted Weihe and children of Lees- possible moment. Dinner will commence forward to an early start or I.. "'. MHIUm.Make ..... ti.prsealaIv.Ther's .

at 7:30: p.m. the work necessary to provide adecent . ,
burg. Mr. and Mrs. D. A, Mon. ------
roadway for) IIH.
PLEASE PHONE 146 telth and children of Kustls. Mr. LENTEN SERVICES::

t' and Mrs. Henry Stott and Mr. The first In a series of Lenten Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drelbelbrl Progress; Now SIb

_'Constant'Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Bert, Stott of FhoenlzvllUv Pa. messages, Jesus and the Church", and Mr. and Mrs. Q. Hartwlg of Sugar 29c

L. M. Henderson of Jasper will be preached by the Rev. WIII Monroe, Wis., who have been no tliiii. like. (In- present FactoryPack
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a u. .ooL u n A "" "' 'L' L
"I""IL toe W"Klmu wnn M uen.derson. I I fred u. Aldridge of the Community V"JUJ'IIIK H munin stay on the to hub u real future fur

who is the house guest of I Church on Sunday March 6. shares of Lake Hurt Ke have yourself r.'HjwIally: In a career

: Mrs. Ruby Johys. The series will continue each Sun-. gone further south to visit that I Ilial offers jouhuu<-.. for

,I. Mrs. Hulda of Jacksonville day through 10. part of the Sunshine
Morgan April State be- more iilumlnm. Thai'" why
was Saturday guest of Sen. Special services will be held fore returning to their inow '
-.- you owe II to jour future' lotnk SAUER KRAUT No. 2% Can 9V2c
.d BrahmerWl FOR RENT: Nicely furnished t- and Mrs. Charley Johns. each night during Holy Week anda blanketed home In Wisconsin. .. full advantage. ..? opportunities

l FOR BALKRelst. with, r bedroom cottar with bath. New Mr. and Mrs. Dink Bennettof Surprise Service Easter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Strandberg now iM-Ing offered In
.I gSi. .., 'WS&SV Duo-Therm: h atr. inquire at Jacksonville were weekend visItors morning at 6 o'clock.
Chamber of Commerce buIlding are spending/ several days in the/. new U. H. Army s nil, I'. H.
tr of R. M. Crosby and family.Mr. Jacksonville with Air Force. I'.. .
HIoPAIRt: : Our GULF their daughterand ", and Inn man
IoIoWINO truck .11I rail f.r and deliver In. APARTMENT FOR RENT: 3-ruom. and Mrs. Herbert Hogan NEW OWNERS family.Joe who .<.(, now In. the man Mho
Btarke Wdneiutal of m-C'i. week.AU nicely furnished apt for rent. I'rl. had as their guesta Sunday Mr. will himself
find In xmltlonto Neck
Peters a Bones Jb10e
ol ..wInC n repaIn. vat. Harvey U. Is constructing ;'I |
kind. entrance, private bath Kleu- and Mrs. T. H. Beasley. ex-Sgt. S.
Hogan Mr. and .
.. our work .u..raDt..d. call to trio Ice bo*. Qa. for hot water Marine Corps and veteran of the new stone bulkhead around the make progress| pr .'. ..nlon. >
line or' Mrs. .1. M. .
Prop UII a heating: .A cooking- 390 W. Harrison and Lonnell ally and .
mVxii. .- 235 W. front of hhi home.J. personally. You will
'the 8 wn Shop. tt Madlnon St. tf KWMINaURANCB Hogan all of Jacksonville. The battles of New Britlan and Guadalcanal -
Main St. Ualntsvtl'- and his brother Leslie, A. Williams has returned learn from experts who arrInterenteil
-I wrIt. all Un..- occasion was the birthday an-
FOR[ \ HAMS': A division p* land hav- lire, automobile, liability, and Army veteran have purchasedthe from a two-week cruise down the In Kiting you their
bulWlng lots on and life niversary of Mrs. Herbert Hogan. 'bM>t rffurtH.. For Be visit Meat Market this week.We'll
Ink oii It income fie* m. for your Insurance Gulf Station from Robert west coast and reports an en. your own pro- sure to our .
near new BlendIng hl.II..ay.' need. N. r>. Walnwrltht. Jr, 119 Mrs. Willard LaMorte and three .
joyable gross, InirMtlgate thene '!-
4 time e\'<
property of a 2-room ani W. Cai: BU Phon. 164. tfMATTRESSES Jackson. was had by all. Several
1 nl".ly furnl..h.d cottage.Encloped children, accompanied by Mrs. La- nice fish. lent opportunities now. Yes.you have FIT YOUR BUDGET!
room porcbe. and yard.... loud Morte's father-in-law. W. F. La The Beaslny brothers are plan were taken and the I price to
In cornvner. !: weather was ran tnalie progmui In |hr>
and .hady perfect the
cool ning and
wells .nd Morte\ arrived many Improvements state trip.
In Jacksonville
Timber and pulpwood to OF ALL KINDS Sat- Miss Sarah Bone and Mrs. new Army ...rII' Force. |IMcuim | -
50a.ere. that they be able C.
soon to offer
and about
for It, urday by from New Yorkto
plane a
partly pay *
.. fIne pa.tur. partly fen".d.N.ar service second to none In their Caldwell attended a meeting of today with your I .
St.rk. AU for 85,10. spend a month with Mr. and the Clay H. Army ami IT. 5. Air ForrfRecruiter. >
County School
line. teacher-
Term- to re.poflIblC p.ople. P. O. Kirs.\ R. A. Weeks In Keystone They both make their Potatoes51b'19COS
tf in Mlddleburg He'" at lure Hfarkorottofflce
home In on last Friday
Box 506. Stark Heights. Mr. LaMorte will join Keystone Heights.
his later Both natives of Florida, enter I night. Both are teachers In the Itullillng yarn: .Mon
( family the month. prIsing. personable and ambitious Keystone: Heights school. Mr. and day from V::110) A. M. tu 12:00:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Childrenhad I
Mrs. N. .
Hulen "
REST of Jacksonville ,
as their guests last week they are valuable additions to the 'been have""

4 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quenenberry community. Welcome fellows entertaining relatives from

WHfLE YOU SLEEP! FURNITURE and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Klm- and good luck. home.Indiana at their Indian Beach

RKUFHOLSTEBED ble and two children of Rlchlands, NEW FACTORYBUILTHOME I Detective and Just Friday And Saturday ONLY !
AND REFINISHED: Mrs. Shanks of
Va. ;:;
MATTRESSESRENOVATED Dr. and Mrs. I. W. Cunningham : COMPLETED: Jacksonville
were visitors
Drop Us A Card of the
I' HASTINGS MATTRESS and Mr. and Mrs. M. Barnett The new home of Mr. and Mrs.F. !!. Earl Raines last. weekend
CO. I also of Rlchlands stopped off at W. Doylng started February The $109.50 Sofa Beds
Box 230 Palatka.01KK FI- the Chlldress home on I Robert Sootts and son Th
I Tuesday of Sth and completed February 21th Tommy were weekenders at their I

Service > TOCertain UOO ow'.mll: I last week while enroute to Tavares. Is the first of the new factory j; cottage. They call J"x. home. -

One Day ) ileuth to ticks. flea., ii.... built homes In the community j I The F. 1 9. Roger's and SALE PRICE
you cnn nnd a full line of lied KiIker -.- Mr. and Mrs Jessie, Dowlingot daugh
Pt Hvnalle. *. the finest ililent >. Constructed by Ford Factory ter, Betty of Gainesville spent the
51-W ..... Daytona Beach visited friends
CALL "a."na inane .t Nietre..k Built Homes of Palatka It features weekend at their cottage
And. Feed fnmpanr. Hlarkv.4tp here
-- Saturday enroute to
"-" a lifetime asbestos roof Visitors at the W. E. Riviere

STARKEBEDDING Lake Butler to visit Mrs. Marian hardwood floors and complete In- home on Sunday were Mrs I'
Fon SA1.K: Wood or coal raiiKe. H
Dowllng.", nulntion. An attractive, livable Hasklns, Mrs. SAVE 79.
li>e refrigerators breakraHt set Abatterr S. M. McDonald l and $30
rail. R..on..hl.. Jan. Jlrs. H. P. Lewis and Mrs. G. W.
Co. home In every way, It boasts. of I Mrs. Ray Hearst, all from .
.. Key.
K rrlnan, t TTUtnUs llurber 8h"l' Baxter: of Jacksonville were Sun
two bed and life
tipWANTRfl I roams large living Commission Is placing several
day guests of Mrs. Carrie Ingram. Till II.\KU.U IS'e
Also Slip Covers dining room combination modern stone Heights.It .
: Tn Kraft your pecan and and
: Mr. Mrs. E. Gauger of
.imritlmmnn trees. Itoy K..leh.Ham".n kitchen and bath breezeway and Is reported that the
Also Have One EASY: :
Upholstering Cheaper -
& Fht' *f.. '1-4 Brooklyn N. Y. are guests of gUI nets
garage. In the lake for the a. -
FOI1 SAI.K: ITeed radios phonnirrsohM. Mr. and Mr". Carl Steinhagen for Mr. and Mrs. Doylng are justifiably of eliminating some of purpose the-

rOR "ALR' ('HEAl': 1 Franklin.utomatldrart portables. I..IA up. Ch..... two weeks. While here they will proud of their new home 'large fish.
wood hester; Llerge (C. Hhopherd. Radio. Hunt Covr. gar and other predatory
visit .
points of Interest In Florida.Dr.
cIrulatIfl and have been showing fish. We Length
caI.burnlflg Court &. Madison._Mix. if generously sure hope they are successful -
"ondltlon.lIr.dtord .
Bond and Mrs. H. B. McLendon I
h..at. Holh .
It all
to comers. Mr. Doying In
If clearing out lot of
Count T..r.ph. lX>HTt, near Smith's llarawe, a Und and 'daughter, Jeannette of Or- a
.. states that he has these
I I..oc.> Masonic lamond Rlnir.tit never seen a troublesome fellows-because
reward Return. t.. Hmlth. lando visited Mr and Mrs. E. S.
more solidly constructed building/ i they play havoc .with the 3.95
SELL YOUR TIMBER llnraa-e.. 1'1..10"4' It Matthews during the weekend. and he speaks from experience. I. fish. game ( Only

NOW Full" HAIsK: Mrimeniarltt tractor Mrs. A, H. Green who suffered His father and uncle .
Prices Paid lltifliri* <.3 cylInder AH| Highest Cash purls' fr. 4 .rvllmler T. r. I."....,.. a broken hip several weeks ago and builders operating 5.95 Value !
4 ml. N. of tttark on Jax highway ,was able to be moved from St. In! the New York City ares for -. _

WILL BUY IN BULK' Itp Luke's hospital. In Jacksonville many years.The I.I\IIT.! : NUMBER':

OR INUNITEDWIN Knit HALE: I llvlnicriinm suit. 1 to Shadycrest hospital on Wednes house was erected under WELDING To Make Your
dlfictto set I br 301 H. Water $t.. first house bark the supervision of Kyle McMurtry,
W. PECKOr of Ji I t. fMviu-a... It Green will be moved to the homeof representative of Ford Factory t4 You NEED One I

John W. TurnerP. her daughter Mrs. W. M. Wlm- f
Built Homes for this Mr.
FOIl 4AUK: Home Comfort woolreese area.
O. Box 463 : hood rond.; has been used berly. McMurtry, a highly enthusiastic f'r RUGS Makeri Dre.sninp, Kasicr: And Neater
Gainesville FJa. very little. May be ..*..n at Mr. Mrs. J. A. Howe who has been I
Tat Alvurem'. I s ml. NW of $t.irk.on advocate of the factory built

; and I frnwnl) Rd Itp the guest of her son-in-law and homes explains that the research (# NOWU'Ur.IIU"e: still have a few of those beautiful
postcard daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. A
Send me a FOR SALK: 4ft. harrow dmihl. I.* department of Cornell Universityhas Aborted Colors & Size
will come see you. rtlun. H. R. Andrew.*. New. HIv, Newsome on Cherry St., has returned found this type of construction 7-WAY FLOOR LAMPS

FURNISHED! us.frrrnl.lt.4 or. .. Itp Miami. to her home In North to be 3OO percent stronger- than We offer the people of Stark. ONLY 34.95 Amazingly Low Priced At 12.95
ATTRACTIVE C o.. In. fleal-. LUtlT: l.adp') mall brown l rher the conventionally built dwelling!

abl*. All apt..on..nl..n"**. ApplY' *fivk W,tbook ter. HI.. Contained between poet."m.offlr mono* Mrs. A. f. Saul returned f of like proportions. He has several and tlclnlly. one of the most SIZK; 91; 12 Ivory or llnmx Finish/. Rayon Shado'

Colonial Inn.-80t W. MadI.mnfl.tfFog ..v A social. necurltv card "AnnietleUIter" her home this week from Shady- more on order. The Ford home ALL WOOL PACK: _ _ _ _ _ _

BALKPorto Rica ......rtlnhan.Reward 1O4, for Park return Ht tip to crest Hospital. She Is somewhatimproved comes In 24 different designs and modern and finest equipped. Just Think! \ Mm. Rug furNo

potatoes, IJ bu ".. .Mr.. T.allIt.od. r'J.Armstronv and thanks her friends sizes. ranging from small cottages J.itti.. This Wi.nilerfulBuyt .
n ar the *<* USE OUR BUDGET
Anthony lip l..nKT: Rhlneston' pin I'lense re. for the flowers and many kindnesses welding shops anywhere. PLAN
to those
t rico tn I. Rav. ills Churrh St lip accommodating the largrat 1

... .. A. during her Illness. families.
J-AKOAIN: a a-room hou *' FIOKIU1 WELL URIII.I'Ui' <'0 Mrs. T. B. AU Work (;uaranteedSMITH'S
In: P'v..f. ''* 12nOO president
.wj land rlo.
\ Farm; ""..n"Y. W. 8.lr. BIb-1111 2-. f-. .A. ml.w.'tia .*. .>...e.i.aII.4 I of the Parent-Teacher Association (r.--r /WHOP OPENS IT'S'it FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
.. W. rail Bt .. .... GARAGEAND
R P. Ill A. ..1.. attended the Fourth Region A new well located and beauti-
1'''''n. II, "C Write 10:
IXIHTBlark: I'n..II.1I: bull. larked* I.pllt. j. A. mmi' .-TTMaccUnny. meeting In Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. fully appointed gift shop has opened Denmark Furniture
w.How.fork. I .ar:. P';I> !; Fla. l-4tflrr MACHINE SHOP Co.
In oth.... U-ul < '"P JIrf f, H. W. Shlpp of Jacksonville to the public 'under the

t..... Fla., WAoiT ;U TO RENT:- : 0..1'.*. with spent Thursday of last week j t management of Mrs. A. B. Grif- 1 Temple Avo. Starke I
w.KMl.n or cement floor to us* for with her brother-in-law and sister fin. The shop Is located 1 PhONE 151
FOR HAt.B" : Lakefront PrP'rtf.flons warehooee. Standard' Cof.fee on Highway II STARKE. FI..A.F .
.. for *.al. .* rent. w.. lip litnrac Co.. co| Auto Fountain phone Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome. .,.. 100 and Joins the Standard I
aibley, lit W. JU. Up I I'




e Notice Of Ii><....... To Make Aaplleatlon .0111. (l'OVYTY' IN ('I''f"I'JH'' '. !. flrralt. r...... Bradford C.mar. ary 14. 1941.OFFICIAL Randall Greene whose residence
'. . e e 1 l For Final IMeraarire- IN HKl ADOPTION OF 1IAZUL Florida I. Chaneerr.. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas and address. last known Is Charlea-
In County Jiutire Court, llrml- BWANHON' Nell Louise farrlnh. Plaintiff va.. An Clerk of said Court. I to. South Carolina
GrahamBy State Farn ford County KlorUln.UK NOTICE: TO APPEAR Henry N I'anllh. Defendant.. Cue By Haven Crosby. D. C. You are required to appear on
BrookerBy : : Mutate of Murla K (/lull. Jci- TUB STATIC OF FLORIDA No iltt.Ordrr If. O Brown, Starke. r II't Atty.for March list 1949 In the above named
ooaaeilNOTirn. TO: Oeoriiv 8wannon .and Mabel jf Psblle.tlns fed Notice Df. 3-18 3iliv I Court and cause,. wherein pll.in'tltf
Mm. John McKlnney! By Mm. Bryan Whiffle la hereby given that 1 Leach 8nnaon, Hotellilitirepart-, So Appear seeks. divorce Bradford County
Mrs rant Stewart have. fund my final report end p"Utlon mont 107, 117 Went Madlaun Street, State of FlorMa to! Henry 1 N.Pftrrl.h. ('UK i'rr ('U' HT. BRtnronnoi I Telegraph' shall publish this OlderIn .
fur dlMirlbuilon and for finaldlmhiirire ) C'hlcairo; Illlnol whose residence ,In: 2803 <' vrv. Fi.miniti iv ('n\\- next four weekly l Issuesvitneps .
Club; MeetingIts aa pxefutrr of the estate.. WIIKHIAH. It appears. lo that certain Divine Street Columbia a C.s: KHV. ; mr'hand and seal
of C1earwaterwas' C'ummiinlty cause now pending In the circuit You are reciulred to appear on Carolyn' Moneyhany Plaintiff I va.Henry : : t"r.
Calvin Starling of Murlii K. Hull. deceased: thai on : Florida, this 17th Feb
; ; at Stark
SIDNEY At'BREV II.\ZEN Mrs. charm enhanced by the color the mil day of March. mil, 1 will court of the eighth. judicial rlr March 21 194, In the above namedCourt Matthew Moneyhum, Defendant .
mother. 1919.OFFICIAL
visiting his cult of Florida In and for BradfordCounty and,\ cause. wherein plaintiffpeeka Case No. 7119ORDER ruary.
Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Hazen Kate Starling Sunday.Mr. and beauty of a variety of Spring County apply, Judge to lion.of K Itraflford K I'errymiin I County,, In chancery, wherein Burke divorce. Bradford County OF PllllLlCATtOM- ( SEAL!: ) A. J. Thomas,
Announce the arrival of a son blossoms the Club Room was a Florida' for approval of n"lcI| | account Inman KlllnKton und Freddie Telegraph shall. publlrh thin OrderIn ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR Aa Clerk of said. Court.
on Sunday Feb. and Mrs. Anthony Talbl' of for the February and l final report and fur UiHtrloutlmiHnd Strickland: Ellington his wife, prayfor I next four weekly laauaa.Wltneaa STATE OF FLORIDA to: Henry By Haven Crosby, D. R.
Sidney Aubrey New York City were; guests of lovely setting final. discharge, ax executor of the adoption.. of Ilaael Hwannon my hand and official. seal Matthew ndM ma..r'hkog\V{ real: John .T. Henderson. Esq, St. Au.u.-
Hospital. that the anhl Ilnael Swannon la the la
20, in the Alachua County Mr. 22 meeting; of the CommunityClub. the ulll of Slavic K. Hull, deceased. at Starke. "Florida this February donci aildreaa tine, Florida.
Mrs. Hazen was the former his brother and alster-ln-law A bowl of all red flowers Thin lard day. of Kohruary. 1IMI.! minor child pod of Mabel the Leach said. Swanson decreeSwannAn 12. 1949. 173 South are College required, St. to Akron appear(JhlmYou on Atty. for Pit I-li 4t 8-11

Miss Lucile Thomas of Gaines and Mrs. A. L. Talbl last week. Interspersed with flags denotedthe R R Frederick. Mi'C'ahill.W.Atty.Koft fur*l, Kxeoiltor.Executor: and thar the place of residence and (OFFICIAL SEA. ',Jerk A. J Thomas March 21st. 1949 In the .above named
aald Court.
An ( of
the the pottofflfa addreaa of the MaidOeorjve Court and wherein
Lonnie Hines of Lutz was : The hostesses 640 Innraham IlldK, .Mlnnil, Fla.IU cause : County
ville. patriotic motif "Swanson' and Mabel Leach By Haven Crosby D. C. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford AUTOMOBILE
weekend guest of his sister Mrs. Mrs. J. O.i Caldwell and Mrs. H. J. 4t 8-1S Swanson la Hotel nialr. Apartment If. O Brown* Starke. Florida. Atty. Telegraph. shall. publish this OrderIn
Mrs. Donald Martin 107, 737 West Madison. Street' Chl- 8-11 LIABILITY INSURANCE
Rev. and for Pit. a-tl 4t next four weekly liiaueaWltneaa
Notice Of litleatlon To lle
P. O. Starling. carried out the holiday ,
Kucera also .
Bro. cairo, Illlnola, and that there la no my nan-1. and official sealat
had as their weekend guests Flake Watson is home with his theme In their refreshments. Notice IN hereby Warn given thnt the person or persons In the State' of !. flri-alt e....... Hradterd C.....r.rlorldai .' Htarke. Florida, this 17th of Feb- Although not compuloonjr It Is
Siebole of Lake- Florida the service of a. aummona In .
and Mrs. Jimmy tb..eery.Denver rilarv 1949.OFFICIAL
Slebole Is attendingB. family for a while. With coffee or coca cola they undersigned RHftOR, Florida pursuant:Statutes. to 1941 Hectlon, will In chancery upon whom would bind F. Dicks, Plaintiff va I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, much safer to carry LIabIlity
land. Mr. the ...Id George Swanson and Afabel I I Defendant. or sail" Court. I : only old
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynoldsof served cookies and dainty open- register' with the Clerk of'the Circuit Shirley B. Dicks, AH Clerk Insurance. represent
B. I.Mrs. Leach Swanson you are thereforsordered No. 713*. By Haven Croahy. n. C.
Jacksonville spent last week- faced sandwiches that held a Court in and for U.adfurdl'o..n.y. to appear In paid rauit on Order of Pakllealltm sad '. .. John J. Hendernon Rnq.: line reliable stock eompaaleaa.Your
Truby Hodge and Mrs with her mother. Mrs. F. T. cherry .'design. Flags were attached proof of. publlratlon Florida,/ upon of thin receipt'notlfe ol, or before the 14th day of March 1t.. Appear. I Ht Augustine, Florida buslnes will be appreci
Stewart were in Gainesville end A. D, 194I. otherwlae. the .* > State of Florida lot Shlrler I R' Atty. for Pit. -18 4t 3-11
Abernathy.. to the napkins. During the the following fictitious name, to* tlona. of said petitioners will betaken Dicks whose residence and address, ated.
on business Friday. and social hour a presentation and wit! aa Don f..d. la unknown: IV *'IKCt'IT COfHT, BRADFORD 129 W. Call Street:
Mrs. Edward Broughton Konrn nni HTonH: It la. further ordered. that this You are required to appear on (,01'MTV. FLORIDA IN CHAN:;
We are glad to report that the Mrs Buddy Stokes were In Gainesville discussion of favorite recipes afforded under which I will ensues' In burtl- order be published once each week March 11, 1949, In the above named I-KHY. Opposite Bradford Co Telegraph
Bryant Tyler baby Is much better. Interest. Mrs, Lawrence flees at Htarke. Bradford' County.Klorlrla for four (4) consecutive weeks. In Court and cause wherein plaintiff Billie Jean Kenrtrlclc Greene Plain I
i Thursday. That the party interestedIn the' Bradford County Telegraph, a peeks divorce. Bradford County tiff va. Wray Randall Greene De- Phone 154
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere Dugger President, directed the Maid business aa sole owner lathe newspaper of general. circulation:: Telegraph shall publish this Order fendnnt Can*. No. 7140/
In Jacksonville on business There will be a song and prayer Impressive opening ritual and en- iinderMlvned published In Bradford County. FlorIda. In next four, weekly laauea.Wltnena : ORDER: OF FI'PLICATTOX- I N. D. WalnwrlKht. Jr.
service at the home of Mr. and a-25 41 3-18 Nlephra. F J, Simmons my hand and official. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
last FridayB. Sunday suing business session. Dated at Starke Florida this 3rd seal at Starke. Florida, this Febru STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wray
of Mrs. Frank Abernathy IV nnri-iT CI)1'IIT. HH ti>Kont> day of February. A. D. 194.
H. Hardln and son. Rex afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody W Intwr Roast lot %TV Kl.oniuti .\ "'''\\- A. T, THOMAS 1 .
Jacksonville were visiting friends tKiir.Alberta (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court *,
and relatives here Sunday.Mr. Is invited to Willis attend.Mr. Broughtonand Delores Ann Wainwright was .. Chlldera W. rhlliliTH, Jjefendunt., I'lnlntlff.. Case vaCharlea A. /. Adklna.. Ir.. Attorney 2-11 for 4t P.tltloner. 3.4.- j HER 'S THAT BIK 7HDAV A G A IN !lI

and Mrs. Willie Tyler and and Mrs. hostess at the home of her parents No. 7124.
L, children of Starke were din- OHDKIt 0V Pl'UMOATIOV: iv: riiioriT coi HT, nntnrnnnCOI'VTV
daughter. Betty; and Mr. and Mrs. Edwar Mr. and Mrs' C. H. Wainwright ANI NOTH'H TO APPUAK FI.OIIIIIAl IV (CIIA:!'
Mrs. Fayto Tyler and baby daughter ner guests of Mr. and M ATE OK KL.UHIUA to: Charlealldnra l CKIIV.Kllaaheth.
Mr. Broughton Sunday. Saturday evening entertaining whose residence la unkn..wn. Wllllamaon lucks. Plaintiff O l
of Palatka were visiting
at a co-operative wiener VH. Walter flicks Defendant
and Mrs.' Bryant Tyler Thursday; I Everybody sure has nice crops You are required, to appear on Cine. No 7119.OIIDFR .
and if old Jack roast. Teen-age boys and girls :March 14. 1911 In the above named : OF" Pt'nLIfATIOV:
night In our from Starke Raiford and the Court and OtttlHe, wherein plaintiff' AND NOTICR TO APPEAR
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and I Frost was to come now it sure Meek divorce and roHtoratlon of STATR: OF FLORIDA to: Walter
of bad. Lets hope he Farm were present and enjoyedthe maldon ""m"I."dfor.I'*,,,,",V lurks, whose residence la. unknown.You .
dinner guests would be
children were
roasting of the ;wieners after Telegraph shall. publish. thla OrderIn are required to appear on
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hazen and I doesn't. next four weekly iMaueH.WltneaH March 14. 1949. In the above named ,
which out-door games were played. my ha nil ana fifflr'nl peel. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
family of Gainesville Wednesday at Starke, Florida, this February 9, seeks divorce. llradforil County
night. Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Bouvier 194Q. Telegraph; shall publish' this OrderIn
I (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, next four weekly lHuen.Wltneaa .
Marvin Jr. and Jacquelin Adgon Friday.Mr. had as Sunday visitors Mrs P. K. Aa Clerk of said court. .. "'r.h..nd. and official seal
of Gainesville were dinner guests and? Mrs. V. V. Hazen were Richardson Joe and Kay Richard fly Haven Crosby I>. C.Charlim at starke, this February 4,
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowell visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hazen son of Evlnnton Miss Ruth Richard.son Life lllilx It.', Jackaonvlllu lies 1I04-OS, Fla.Guaranty (OFFICIAL said Court.J.. Thomas.
for Plf. 2-11 4t ..4 Aw Clerk of .
Orlando this'week.. of Gainesville and Mrs. Atty.
in Hy Haven Crosby I', C. ASK AT STORE FOR BIG 12-PAGE
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Andrewshad Cecil McRae of Mclntosh. : IV. cinnir coinr. nii\iironu Robert II Dunrnn, 1017 Lynch Bl 111 N'I'Y FI.UIIIU" IS t'H.AN'FIIY. Jackaonvllln Fla. COLOR BIRTHDAY PRICE LIST!
EXPERTdio as dinner guests Sunday Rev. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North Mrs. I < Atty. for Plf. 2-11 4t SHow -. 9
and Mrs. Donald Martin and Mr. Nello Beavers and Billy North en- Audrey': nadell. Plaintiff, va. Kenneth >
and Mrs. Jimmy Siebole of Lake- joyed a trip to St. Petersburgand 6988. Itadall, Defendant Cane No. To RelieveBronchitis 3 12 Bargain Packed Pages Filled

<$ Tampa Sunday.Rev. ORDER: OF Pt'Tlt.ICATtOV: e e with the year's Biggest Food Bar
Betty Stokes anQ; daughter, John I*. Bray Minister of STATE OP FLORIDA to: Kenneth gains. We Celebrate, You Save I Come

Betty Lee of Lake Haml'ton were the Raiford Baptist Church, was Avenue rtadell,whose Courtland.residence New York.,ta Hamlln. Early 1 _

t visiting friends and relatives here the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. You are required, to appear on
W O at March. 14. 1949, In the above named relieves prompilybecauMit
this week. Ingram noon Sunday.Mr. Creomulsion
and Mrs. R. W Brannen Court MHBka .and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County goes right to the seat of the troubleto SALE seal I+a..r ., Eswr1F,., VM !*., SALE
Baptismal services were held at Telegraph. shall puullMh this OrderIn help loosen and expel germ laden BEGINS ENDS
Branch Sunday afternoon were Saturday supper guests of next four weekly. IHHUPN.Wltnnaa and aid to soothe and
; 1 Bragg Mr and Mrs. J. B Taylor In : mv hand and official seal phlegm .nature Saturday
ei with four candidates for baptism.Our I at Starke, Florida thla February. heal raw. tender inflamed bronchial f
community was saddened Lake City. 10 1949.OFFICIAL. mucous membranes.Tell your druggistto March 12

SERVICEChas. to learn of the death of Mrs. During the past weekend Jim- Aa( Clerk of SEAL said Court.) A. J. Thomas, sell you a bottle of Creomulsioowith

Albert We wish to express mie Chasteen of Pensacola was Vy Haven. Crosby, D. C. the understanding you must like ReservedLDV f
Surrency. QuantityRight
the visitor of his Mr Xarh. If. Doufrlaa, OOn-507 L>'nchlildir the way it quickly allays the cough: /
C. our sympathy to the family. parents ,, Jackaonvllle, Fla. or you are to have your money back. > !
Mrs. Mana Wiggins of New and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Atty. for Plf. 3-11 4t 3-4 STORES

ShepherdAt River was visiting friends and Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow went IV: TIIV' rlRcTTf COURT OFF CRECfMULSIONforCoughj.ChestColds.Bronchitis Reaenred. ,

relatives here Monday. to Delray Friday to visit Mr. and I, O HIU,. KKiHTH JUDICIAL
J I tlllClir. IN ANn FOR' HHAII-
Gay's Service Station Miss Lubedla Plnholster was Mrs. M. D. Carter and Mr. and

shopping In Gainesville Monday. Mrs. K. W. Parks.

I Mrs. :J. R. Jones and children

... I IB Linda Barbara and Jimmy, of Ft.

Phone 52-J I Bragg N. C. arrived Tuesday to Next Week !
J3J' O .DEF SE VICE Mrs. Hartmann'IlRALVAREZ&SON visit Mr, and Mrs. R. S. Rosier. Coming .

we .o 'ow vas sToan Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williamsand

Miss Betty Williams were In

Jacksonville Sunday as dinner

I guests of Mr. and Mrs W. C. !' ..... ,_ -- -II. 'R' ... i ,.....
TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE Perry. During the day they also f
: CO.Wa I visited Mr. and Mrs Ivan Hazen <..- < "
and Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley.Mr. ",<
and Mrs. W. E '''4'/':
1. localO Feagle were
'l operate I Lake City visitors Saturday af- >>, ;;h iio:;
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, Jk long distance ternoon. #(!

anywhere In U.S. Mrs. R. M. Markham returned
OS !,
Friday from Caryvllle ;where she 'W. : fI;

EXCELLENT had spent several days with her W

mother. Mrs. Markham was accompanied : 4.
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4 r.VCILJTIKS brother J. D. Scott of Qatnes-

Agents For M. Barton Mrs. R. M.
i Markham and her visitor, Mrs
DelcherBros. See ua first! I :Josie Moore and Mrs. John Godwin -

of the Farm and Mrs. Lloyd ,

I I Suggs of Starke spent TuesdayIn .,, ,.
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At The Tabernacle Baptist Church I Lawtey Mrs. Winton Parrish says Mrs. Daisy Lang has orange trees whipping cream. BO dear to me. Don't forget to

they have rain and warmer weath. In bloom. She has net out more How wonderful to bo alive. I say and read Psalm 23. God bless

Rev. Joseph Anderson, Prison "Tho Mountain of Doubt" will bll er. The mocking birds are singing. fruit tretw. She has planted sweet got my garden seeds out Just at you all. LOVE-LURA.
Such a nice letter from Mrs Sallie -
Evangelist of Minneapolis Minn., the sermon topic: by tho Pastorat Fowler. Mrs. "Waver Toney who pens and gladioli. In the gardenshe noon and I looked them over.

was the speaker for the Friday the First Baptist Starke this was visiting In Starke, Mrs. A. B. has, peas beans, okra cucumbers Spring will come some day. I have
This Is.the firstIn QUICK RELIEF FROM
Sunday morning. and lima beans. They were
Tabernacle.His to finish.I .
evening meeting at the Fowler of Hawthorne. All are some crocheting today
a series of messages, "Moving to have prayer meeting at the Bymotom ef Distr.s.Arlsingfr.mSTOMACH '
souls makes him fine. Down In Miami John and am making another dress. I
zeal for lost
''SUflI Mountains In March". The choirIs D. week.
i Fred Lang home this ULCERS
pkA l Margarette Crlng have been Sunday am especially glad Lloyd Lewis
an interesting speaker wherever under the direction of Mrs. C.i i They meet every week In a different Hello
Hill. ,
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. reads Clay everybody
heard and adapts him Mona Canova who also is organist home. Mrs. Bud Wilkinsonand DUKTO EXCESS ACIDF..T.D..fH.T..blMtlttta.t
and I do wUh I knew each and
Heilbronn Church St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. A. Cox. They are going to visit ;
for hia chosen work among prisoners. during the morning servlce.j brother Charles who daughter Louise have joinedthe reader, Seems you are all
Plans Homecoming B. E. Simmons! B. U., Vicar Sunday evening the my Burgess church and they are all so every Must Help er It Win COlt Y..Netting
The Youth Meeting Saturday also lives in Miami. I am so gladto
the Pastor will be "The BelievingHeart" happy. So writes Mrs. Carson Ow(lira million bottlm.,the WILUHBTtunhTHMfT .
Sunday March 9th: augmented by severalnew know the weather Is wonderful GIVES hen bets told for relief oryrapMinMofdUitnai
Homecoming will be celebratedat night was an evangelistic message. Griffin. She wants Don and me mrWnf tram***mmatmnil
10 a.m. Church School. Nurseryand there. We still have lots of snow
the Heilbronn Baptist Churchon attendants and a good pro- During the Happy Hour begin. to come down for a visit. All are FAST O n .n l utmmrm dm.to .im -
Kindergarten departments here. Today the sun Is shining p..r Ala an... .r Ya.ee feesseesYle.
Sunday March 6. Sunday In the Parish House. gram was given under the Leader- ning at 7:30: the music: will be and It U melting some. Our townIs well at Lola Mae Carter's home. I .... llnilUMH. Sluplinimi. w

School at 9:30: am. Song periodat Primary Junior and Inter- ship of Mrs. Eugene Lee. directed by Mrs. Morse at the icy and muddy, but the State Louie and Clifton went night dm A..k to toe(MM".._ftxld.'.aolaon__..1"S wblch day.' trtml fully
10:30: until 11. Sunday service piano and Mrs. Mann at the organ. bad. hunting. Richard Moscley'a baby I RELIEF oxptalo this__nt.....m.-a' _
mediate departments In the The of the on roads are not so
subject sponsor
at 11. Luncheon at 12 noon until Sunday School meets at 9:43: : girl has been ill. but better. At ,
: church. Sunday morning was "mercy", with Departments and classes HELPFUL: HINTS"' : Use a little pie. I like It. Takes 1.2 pt. of MISIRIIS STKIKC KOCH DRUG STORE
1:30.The 11 a.m. Holy Communion service and proved both interesting and for all ages. Juniors and Intermediates scotch tape1 to hold your shelf .
Bradford County Singing and sermon. comforting. The Bible School, always meet in Annexes on paper in place* I mended Don's s.... .rtt

Convention will be held from 1:30: 6:30: p.m. Youth fellowship In held in the afternoon is Jackson Street Training Unions overcoat. I took a piece of material

II until i:00: also'. other singers cooperation with the youthof one of the most enjoyable servicesof gather at 6:15: with Mrs. Ruth from the hem on the tall and

rwlll be expected.The the Presbyterian Churchat the week as different classes Morse Director. put It In the;worn spot and darnedIt

public Is Invited. the Presbyterian Church. studying different portions of carefully. I pressed It and he
at 7:15: the religious I
-Rev. O. E. Cutshaw Following the worship service Scripture give reports of lessons Tuesday"The Passover: In the I was pleased. I use a ready mix
the group will meet at St. studied. The Bible Is the only text picture I cake flour for quick cakes to be
Life of Christ", will be shown;
CATHOLIC CHURCH Mark's Parish House for the used. eaten warm.

Sunday Mass 10 a.m. evening's program. Sunday evening the Rev. Gordon I also travelogues."Liquid Lore", and color HERE Is a StrawberrPie- -a 1 1 1

Sunday School 11 a.m. Monday March 7th: U Purdy, President Gospel Volunteers .
will be led by large one when you have company.It
Mid werk service
Week Day Mass 8:30: -
am. 7:30: p.m. Woman's Auxiliary In of the World was In chargeof
Pastor at 7:15: 3 of uncleaned ber-
the Wednesday takes pints
St. Mark's Parish House. the service and brought a
CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST CHURCH Tuesday March 8th: deeply spiritual message on p.m.A. ries. Wash and hull. Save a few I

8 p.m. Evening Prayer service. ""Faith", using Abraham's test- cordial Invitation Is extendedto large ones out for garnish. Makea You Get The MOST And The BEST For LESS"WE
Services every Saturday night, The church Is open dally for Ing found In the 22nd Chapter of all to worship at these services. syrup of 1 1.2 cups sugar 4 "Where
Sunday morning and Sunday night, of hot water. Drop
prayer and meditation. Genesis.At tablespoons
ll a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational Christian Church"The berries In syrup and scald. Now : RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
clone of the
the meeting
Methodist Church on Office Supplies at the Bradford drain off the and thicken 5
syrup MARCH 4 &
there ,was a beautiful Baptismal Friendly Church"J. SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
Brownlee Roat. Rev. J. W. Grlf- County Telegraph Com plete with 3 tablespoons of cornstarchIn
service of two of the Youth Pastor
girls B Dixon,
fls, Pastor. line now In stock."WHAT a little water. Cook well and

Group. The pastor will use as tile then add berries. Cool. Make a SIGNET ALL GREEN

Special Speakers and special theme of his morning sermon, good pie crust and bake on back
music at almost every service. A "Salvation Insurance", and at 7:30: of nine inch pie pan. I also bakea Venice Maid SPAGHETTI
WILL HAPPEN ON EARTH welcome extended to all visitors ASPARAGUS
p.m., "The Call I unto Prepardnesa", smaller crust just to fit the
bottom of a pie for this will
Bible School 10 a m. pan.
WHEN THE SAINTS ARE GONE ?" Presbyterian Church Wednesday night. Prayer Meet- be a daub deck pie. In the first No. 2 Can lOc

Ing. Friday 3:30: p.m., Children's pie crust put 2-3 of the straw --- Picnic Siz e--- 29cKINGHAN'S
OR "THE GREAT TRIBULATION PERIOD"lI..ar Morning worship at the First Hour. berry and syrup mixture you have

Presbyterian Church begins at 11a Over this spread a layerof
1 the third In these Sunday evening mewiageHH Friday night our young peoplewill cooling. .
the Lenten season Now
m. Opening present a very Interestingand sweetened whipped cream.
at 7:30 p. m. by Pastor Hub Gray on the. Second the sermon for this Sunday, helpful program in the churchat lay on the piece of flat pie crust HUNT'S FANCY STYLE:

Coining of Christ. "Climbing Sinai", will portraysome Hampton. The public Is cordially and on that add the rest of the

of the events In the life of Invited. strawberry and syrup mixture. Bread "Butter Pickles Reliable TRIPE

First BAPTIST Church HAMPTON Jesus leading up to the Crucifixion Decorate with the raw berried

and to Easter ConscientiousBible PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS you have saved out. Cut them.

11:00 A. M. "Fighting Against God" lovers will recall that Mt. 10th St. and Temple Ave. In half and put the cut side down. 24 Oz. Can 45c
Sinai has been the scene of many Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.| Morn- Sprinkle with powdered sugar. 12 Oz. Jar ---121hc Large -

6:301': M.- B. T. U. unforgettably dramatic scenes Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic This Is old fashioned strawberry
H CONE VISIT "THE SINGING CHURCH" i from .both the Old and the New
Service 7:00: p. m. Everyone .., vrr ,r_"
Testaments, not least of which welcome. SUPER CREAMY

,. ......, .. I .was Moaea' climb to'receive God- NOW IS THE TIME HUNT'S FANCY
0 .. -- - -- <- -
given laws for men of all agesto CllfKCH OF CHRIST FOR

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE live by.Sunday Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday BEETS or CARROTS SWIFTNINGNo.

School classes begin at .
Church Service 11 a m. Sunday
lOb The Heart of Town And In The Heart 9:45: : a.m. Plans are being madeto Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun-

of The People"A meet classrooms the growing and need new for classes additional -- dayBible Study Is every Wednesday 2 Can --- lOc 3 lb. Can --- 75c

for more specific Interests of at 7:15Clay

Southern Baptist Church For All People Individuals. The membership con
test under the leadership of cap- . . LI BUY'S DOILY MADISONPINEAPPLE

tains Estelle Black and Mrs. Vin-
School 0:45: Unions 6:15:
Sunday Training
cent St. John ia being continued Hill We have everything PEACHESNo.
Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:30: throughout the month of March
need for the small plot or
11:00: Wed. Mld-Week Service 7:30 and is proving a real benefit not fly Lure Burgeon Mohr

only to the Friendship Class but ronca, Nebr. farm lOc
ALSO 2 No. 211 Cans 27c 211 Can ---
MORNING;: "Moving the Mountain of Doubt" also The to trustees the entire are Sunday pleased School.to announce e . '. COMPLETE" : LINE: --- .

EVENING: "The Believing Heart" that renovation of the Wherein I hear the faint whistle IIAItDWAKE: ITEMS

Tues., 7:15: p.m.: "The Passover"' & "Liquid I$re" Interior of the church was begun of the a Twenty-third train In the nlirht.PHarm'ln.11'I-repeA'B .. FARM IMPLEMENTS LIHIIY'S SEXTANTCalifornia: .
Monday morning. The members of TOOLS, ETC.
Religious Motion Pictures I
Juice with David In my heart.
this church Indeed
are gratefulto
-- ,
Mr. Ben Ilbltzcndorf for his TUNA
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor'. To "be a child again to wash the FRUI T COCKTAIL
very active and unselfish interestIn spirit.

., -.- - -- -.-----"" this work. It was through his
efforts that a good plasterer couldbe In morning, blended breath afresh Size Can 25c
obtained. Included in this pro- as air; No. 2/2 Can --- 35c % --
to see the train with shut eyes,
ject are plans for better seating
then to hear It
and floor refinishing. Work will
from tucked-In placed. near the
be accomplished in such a way aa highest stair; liltOOKDALH: See Our MEAT SPECIALS
to interfere with the usual
To journey not and yet go every
REASONABLEcharges days.morning worship services on Sun- where. HI'ECML PItICK Alaska SALMON And Many More

The Junior Westminster Fellowship 0 let us keep this pool of youth,, $1.50 GROCERY SPECIALS

attended with the finest of meets at 6:30: p.m. In the be near It BRADFORDHARDWARE Tall Can 49c;
When --- In Jacksonville Paper
chapel. Following the devotional years race wildly past un CO.
sincere serving bring to us the friend period this Sunday evening under blurred and faster;

the fine leadership of Rev. Bertram Through chaos strews our path ." v., J '.
ship of the many communities which Simmons of the Episcopal let us not fear It;

Church, Fellowship members and And rising from the train and
Ii we serve. friends will go to the Episcopal stream disaster

Parish House for a ..welner' roast. Let UII hear whistles heard by one '

DeWITT C. JONESPhone An especially enjoyable evening called Master. ,

la anticipated. The Fellowship wel- -Joseph Joel Keith. ONLY 300 DOWN!

7 Starke Fla. comes friends and new members.
___ Last night I lay awake when
During the Lenten
season the
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur faithful all was still. Then out of the
pastor urges and prayerful night I heard the faint whistle

local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and cooperation in the practice of of a train over in South Dakota.
services not otherwise available. sacrificial meals as planned at the We cannot often hear the train .

recent meeting of the Ladles' Aux whistle and I love "to hear them.

r v "V r v iliary. Each family Is urged to Like the poem above It takes

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and have one very simple meal each me many places In memory and

accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT of week what and contribute have the balance Imagination. Then I found myself ..
might been
In In full funeral. spent repeating the old Psalm of David
company as payment part or on a towards the million dollars which
I learned when I was a very
Consultation carries no obligation. the church will raise for relief of
small chili
< at my Mother's knee.
hungry people In foreign lands.In The Twenty-third Psalm. "The

the midst of our countless Lord is my Shepherd I shall not .

lens blessings fortunate, let ones us not who forget were the the want.been "to How me all comforting thru life.that Then has to f : I"I"f i i1 !It

victims of persecutions which the part "Yea tho I walk thru lii
might well have been 1
John Warren Kaufman'our, pastor.own. I the will valley fear of no the evil shadow for Thou of death art //1 i iI r W 1

,with me." I am sure I shall findcomforting s 1b
ciiritcn: 01' GOD
Jt In my passing to the
Rev. L. Williams Pastor8th
great beyond. I have always especially I t'
& St. Clair SU. -
loved the "My
Sunday School 10 a.m. cup -"_. .... .-..::. ",-" -UK,
runneth over. Yes. If the loveof !
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. -"" _- .L
our Lord and Savior and for
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: '
fellow beings Ii Is In our hearts,
Y. P. E. Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m.
we find our does run over

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. with of the joy time.and I cup thankfulness have so found, most It. a. .

The last "I shall dwell In the 25 A WEEK! .

PHONE 218 house of the Lord, forever." Yes,
I have fed on that psalm most of

y COLONIALFLORIST my life and now I find It especially

comforting when I help

lay so many away. This week No lust) 0 h.me- ... I.l e MAUTIFUL home thai ,it your tee 0 full price that M.*.

we have three funerals. One was like 0 dews aaym...tt "Tfce S.-Q......" <...t&l... ....,1. f..m far 0 two .bid...... floor KITCHEN
GROWING CHILDREN NEED MILKFor our neighbor, only :62 years old pies with plinty el wlaaawt t. ...",... fresh alf cad ....II.h. 'h.h..... Wclli are of B6DAOOM' gAaagA 5fre'g II"r x it'o
stricken seemingly and hearty was attractive a>., tJdlaf asplUa ever a.yaiam ....... l leseletlos. The double floors are .f

growth for pep for energy' for his car, with suddenly a heart while attack.driving lit 1.4 pi... ..... 1 Inch TfrQ ....-.....1..... Material. for the Interior partition; ; framing. I.

health CUSTAFSON'S milk Is "tops": for (j) leaves a nice family of children famithoa1 for you to I Initoll .. ye.. .1..... Th. .hams li slv.i. 0 huh taray coat .f point.
the In eh.k..also.. .To complete this ....balia..ahle. .jFJc H ALL
children It's rich in calcium for strong bones He .was a War I Veteran. So If Shutter* are fumhhoa' fo treat .... NOTIx
and teeth protein for firm muscles' and you do not know Psalm 23 by all ....c....... we fimltfc you a compUte tot of architect's bliMpfinte of your h. WHICH
vibrant Order GUSTAFSON'Smilk ;
fats for energy. "Syn-Qyooa" t..
S. the
today, to reap dividends In your fam,, to the children. It has prepared .., .. well..h.. sear .....,. o l ..h.. .rylos one1_ il.o. of thoM economical I ........e BEDROOM LIVING ROOM
ily's health tomorrow! FOR ALL, OCCASIONS I
73' 17'3' a
many a table for me.: ii'0'r
DISH GARDENS Clay Hill folks are planting their
TELEPIIONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT gardens. The Irish potatoes are ii iif

land attended the funeral of Jack .. SUGGCSTID FLOOR PLAN
POTTED PLANTS Hatcher at Mlddleburg Rev. Per. Opooj Me. thresh Sat. I .... to Sill.m.;
cy Knight and Rev. Strickland
FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE preached the funeral. Ernie Pad I

PHONE 2312 T- gett and wife have moved toG ARMY CAMP f WRECKING CORPCAMP

Green Cove Springs. Florida >rtl Faircloth's home. Most

SERVING STARKE DAILY Nona St Starke everyone has corn and peas planted. .. STARgE. It.-
OX 569.
I Mr. Bessie Strickland was BLANDING .-.--.----- -
sewing for )(.... Eugan Padgett.


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my friends and business associates paper that you forwarded to us by reading In magazine, I gather beginning has grown Into one of Starke Rotary Club, was presentand April 41 h, 1941, In the. above named 1. 194.
that Florida la place of sunshine the largest and best ; Court and AL> A. J. i iA
here have also been reading the and we owe you a debt of grati- a I operated food gave an Interesting accountof cause wherein plaintiff IU"'I'"It.'IAL III
I I don't will chains in the seeks divorce j 13ra4fnril County Tol-. Clerk of Said.
It. no suppose you nation. "It Is our : :: *
Telegraph and greatly enjoy tude for prlntng our request for the good will tour which he earaph shall publish thin urtior In
be bothered often with rain.I aim," A. D. Davis ny Haven Crosby I' C. I
on goingon very says president! next four weekly Issues. .
t ; Several are planning Crhmdlf In the U. S. A We Joseph K. Skipper, 1 W. i
r to Florida for vacations and' pen to hope you don't think me too, "to make our food stores the finest and other national officers of the Witness. my hand ant official lit., Wllllamn Alldtf, Ja,' ... I IAtty.
Telegraphand never really expected you printour forward In writing to you Sir, in the country." organization have just completedIn Hal at Utark, .'Iorhl... this March for fit I.. tt '- I
by them reading my request, but thanks your .
Starke to but I really had to express my: The sale the ". --- -- -- --
by my boosting most obliging nature, 'we had big celebration 30 Industrial cities/ of the -
HE'S BOOSTING STARKE them, they have all promised me this done for us. Now, Sir, you thanks. Sir, If you are not too busy, years of economical food distribu- North. .
Dear Mr. Matthews: they .would make Starke "a must can understand how we can't a man I would like very muchto tion rendered by the company, Is ,,
stop". That's one for the C of C- thank you enough.At hear from you again an event held every year one Tobacco GOOD
I want you to know how much huh? present, Sir, we have had Yours sincerely, featuring many outstanding bar- Growers \\'cA
I enjoy reaUing: the Telegraph Thanks again, and beat of luckto one letter from one of your towns- Robert Walker-In behalfof gains In nationally known products Allowed 'Sled Rows' p; LUMBER
each week-If* just like spend the three of us. ff",nul v.;
the Telegraph.T. people, who( la at present away
ing a day at home. X look forward P. S.-If you have any Scotch Tobacco growers are advised I
s R. (Red) McIntosh from home, but we will keep her .
; favorite with Florida eagerness newspaper"for "my and Hampton Theatres, Inc. well supplied with letters. We will people them- In Starke may I wish Musical Program that they may leave "sled rows"tobacco (1f I -- :>0. IS EASY

endeavor to answer, to the best In fields which will not ..
only wish It were possible to receive 428 Homestead Ave. "Bliadhna mhath In dhuit, Aguaslalnte Enjoyed At Rotary
\ of our ability, any other letters be 'I
charged against their allot-
one each day of the week. mhath".
I Hampton receive.I A foo \ T O FIND !
that we
You can't realize how much It.. Gaelic and when trans Mrs. Mona Canova Director ment provided: each "sled row" ? ,.lv
t, one does enjoy reading his home THEY ARE GRATEFUL hope, Sir, that you are having lated means "A good New Yearto of Music in the elementary and I contains as much aa three-hun -
I ... ......
',; 4 1 town paper until you've been .u Dear Mr. Matthews: better weather than we are at you, and good health." high school, presented a group of 'dredth ((03). ) of an acre and that -
s long ways from home. Several of This morning we received the resent. It la pouring rain, but, her students in a variety programat there at least 4 rows of tobacco
f (Editor's note: The above letter the Rotary Club Wednesday. I between sled row. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO Is come to the

, zrI -= Is from one of tha three youngmen Featured on the prograni were !. Circuit Court I Bradford touBtr, STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES (just
hospitalized In Scotland who I colorful folk dances by a groupof florldai. !. th..mr.Albert across from the S. A. L. Depot) for the
f I recently wrote to the Teiegraqhrequesting : eighth grad, girls, and several Uft'omlitni.Miller. Plaintiff(Pan. No.v..7164.. Ada :Miller fine quality kiln dried lumber you want

The publication of their novelty songs by first. graders. Order e f .Puhllralloa A.d for all your building, remodeling:, and repairing -
appeal for pen friends In the Burge Searing played two piano STATK Note OP T FLORIDA> Appear to! :.
United States. We trust that by solos, and Perman Roberts sanga Ada Millar, whone. residence. In HtJ. .
f -Vew now they have received many nursery rhyme. You Warsaw are r.qulred.to North farnllna'. appear: on CALL 45-W. or stop in and talk over your
more than the one letter that had President Herbert Deal ex- repairing, remodeling, and building needs
reached them at the time the presed appreciation to Mrs. Cano- with us this week.
: above was. written. They are Mar va for bringing the children to W.C. T.U.
if, tin Watt, A. T. MacDonald, and the club and giving Rotarians
1 Robert Walker, all of Ward 20, an Insight into the music educa- "THE CHURCH IS AGAINST
falrmyrea Hospital, East Klllbrlde, tion that Is now being carriedon DRINK, AND IT IS AGAINST
Lunalkshlre Scotland. Come on", in the schools. THE CIIURCII. AND MY
Telegraph readers-give out witha
Following the program the chil-
few lines to these ]lonesome IN ITS CONFLICT WITH
dren were served Ice cream and
it boys! Maybe they'd also appreciate cookies. THIS GREAT EVIL." SUPPLIES
some magazines and newspapers (FROM; "18 REASONS WHY AN
. ,.. .) Doyle Conner National Presi AMERICAN YOUTH CHOOSES ..( S.A.L. DEPOT ... (7c '< >X *<, 45W. ..
dent of Future Farmers of America
and an honorary member of the .
Dear Sir:
( I know that editors nowadaysdo "-a- sy naak; r x saw a mM; e.,4KA zv 'Z t atry'a 3nk3x xF;h q Y a
not have room for much poet- i .
f- ery but I hope that you will -
ff find room for these few lines LIFE
f; Ilrrlillr which I have entitled: .

/bnfua-UlaUiun..J G.n"d Ato Woodland FROM NEW and lake YORK, all quiet and

f. Birds still in: the trees that chirp at : IOM c il. t't'

I .will:
oed/z.&ait.fU/dC _&_ IsiC Beneath the skies all day and l li
: ....; night. a 9 /
, ../TU JA J' Ae4 r Some chirp 'good morning,' others *.****

::ru'u;, (gr 'good night'As i e'g4
.... each a
day comes
; In their own word below, the inituJ thinning here STOP Their 'new B.trlll ""'"blir rrcrpttnn oj news on.And passes '
automotive editor of America'Bif kxik'. .and ast.mishing laud 1'I' 1'oruwc' was Uf'W the h/I!....,espe.ta ;
wtnntnt.rightly' 4nmmlirue ailprned old 'ions of nsnpwnv'.fliri.ds' Itrup I' each night follows with its 14.
newspapers raphlcllllr. .o from rtwrromt. ke.uwe I Iofthnt bwka Ik another g sal ymr for the calm.
record the tioofnuum k, any nothing('ofi..iu" jwlinc, by rusaeners fOIl' When under the light of the
which the 1919 Pontiac served their mn.hnniral mliiiiirrniriit anil improved lluuiium., starry sky

introduction few week. ruling; qualiti" .ellsa. ,ralealn.Yana ..... The moon shines full
on iu a .. TU. a ammo. ur-ntmT' TIMK up on high.
ago. Read what they say. Then ."""'b.rlnlMN RAN rasa. iUfn IIM U I.nTra HHON l.... t
On land and and In the
come in ami see the great new Dallall Dfn/tilr lliti-grrr iiwtfftwtluHiiuinili sea air 1lrtOne
.ar that has created the peutcntCiblic New T.rlil. "llnauty of rip/wuunr. otftahum ronxi;HUM Ilnlhwcen.kined All creatures have worries and I/ IlL
tilth atlnunml anilntyltnf their care
Pontiac utility im kept 1'iHUiao drairn'ihownxm*
enthusiasm in ,
, I of "'"..,i.." minM drew mtti hnltmtinn Jtllnl throughout Intrixlin turn Pity But all In all, the world's all right,
from big cmutts at lenders UTop Comment on JM.MI Styling key Only humans are wrongtheyhave
A0unwm in New York" noted fnthiMMsttc iii/." .
___ __ cfr
J'' .... -" "Fkmtiac'i nimrilAttquirkly to
1 'forty mmmt....... r"U'"C.T", fight.By 'OW
. "' uun popular favor an in fir AtTnM.mii.a anrma..NHW ..... TIHKS Auruworiva auivia.OAI.LAB nna.n..... W. E. Oertle PRESSURE
((73 years' old.) V
.t. ,. J. McGRIFF MOTORS Temple & Pratt Sts, .5 .
_Starke, Fla. Dear Gene: ,It ; SUPF.R.BAIIOON.TIRESSafety rv r'i
I must disagree with the articleIn
e last week'a Telegraph regarding 4 aftd t

.. NO CARRYING CHARGES DURING MARCH ONLY! marker the at need the Intersection for a directional of Water LIFE ,
and Madison Streets In orderto y f
, 15 MONTHS TO PAY!If eliminate auto accidents. : Tubes
There are four warning signs.
from the bridge over Alligator
\\f Creek to the intersection. The
first one Is a reflector sign warning -
We've got 'em -, a driver that there la a sharp
curve 500 feet ahead. The next '
& > U*i.\vv* .vji HSiEirfK
sign designates "Sharp Curve", ii Z* M.i-., iS we+la( -i
and In addition a reflector sign.
Next, there la the "red" blinker I /s/
4.7.L. light Ignoring at the these Intersection.warnings A driver and-

in addition violating speed restrictions -
within the city limits
would not reduce his speed enoughIn
order to read a directional
marker. I admit there Is a need
f .% for a directional marker for those
who are using road maps but >>
Come and see the not for reckless drivers.
Partly through my efforts while
latest, greatest a member of the City Council sufficient
land was donated by Mr. <
Bendix Washers I Fernandez to( widen the curve
" which helps a lot. Mr. Edwards
; and I approached a member of
# the State Road Department con-
Three brand
'J new cerning markers at this point just e

models, improved before the work of widening the
P '4a
jJ, Inside and ou"I re street was. favorable.was started.Having The lived answer on ? fJ to

I :: --____ this corner for the past eight /a.Weovee a&yF.

'" years, I have witnessed a number ..
>a t tI ta of accidents and In my opinion F. WHITE SIDEWALL
; each one was caused by reckless
Now I would like to add my FIRESTONESUPERBALLOON

I' MW IINDIX OYIOMAIIC WASHED $69 Down little bit to the parking meter -
(Aglomall soap. Inlxlai' 5.0,5)j ) controversy. In just a few words. TIRES
If there was leas "restricted" ;
LOll :V
parking area on Call Street anda
i t ,
time limit on parking In the ?
11 See the world's most completely open areas there would be no
need for meters to regulate the SAFETY TUBES
j 1ll .
1" automatic washer. It can titn put in its traffic. Of course, the police de- _

\. own soap! It (foesn', tart to be fastened Jott-nt partment the regulations would without have to fear enforce or a The Firestone Super-Balloon Tire wick

-. favor. Once again the taxpayers moljed-in Scientific Slcid-Resiitors and
money Is to be used In law suitsto
NEW IINDIX DIIUX' greater area in contact with the road
"save face". This couldbe
fAutomo'l.loop InlxMr sous! money '
t -- used to much better advantage. provides sure-footed starting and (topping
:: $54 Down-No Carrying Charges
., _. Junlus M. Smith R on any road. The Firestone Life

Protector Safety Tube built with ma
c'' Holding
I 'F'- ] Anniversary SaleIn wine fin' inner safety chamber and a safety valve

ll, I makes a blowout as harmless as a
celebration of Its thirtieth WE'LL BUY YOUR
. MW. .." STANDARD 1 successful year in business Lov slow leak.
ett's Is holding a 9-day sales event PRESENT TIRES
$49 Down beginning Thursday, March 3 and

II I continuing through Saturday SEE HOW LITTLE you fet.
, March 12. All of the 80 super .
tt markets operated by the VVtrvn & IT COSTS TO GET BOTH
Lovett Grocery Co. located In SUPER SAFETY
I AS tow AS
more than 50 Florida and South CHANGE OVER TODAY _
Georgia cities, are participating. SUPER COMFORT
Free demonstrations cfciiV;;: at PrfretisrleJesorlydlatausatr Newspaper advertising carries' 75

many of the unusual values offered SUPER ECONOMY
in the sale The "buys" are A WEEK
available In every department and
Winkler Electric Service thrifty opportunity housewives to take wilt advantage welcomethe

of such values. Due to( present
%%1-226 Temple Ave. Phone 166 Strake, Florida1I..iit. day conditions and the birthday YOUR SAFETY IS OUR BUSINESS AT. .

prices, however It Is pointed out ___ _.__ .. __
..... CUSTOMERS VISITING OUR STOKE SATURDAY WILL that all advertised Items are necessarily

1 II ItECEIVE A FREE GIFT basis. on a "while they last"

The present company was found Firestone! H o.Auto Supply

ed 30 years ago and from a small
600 Temple Are. J. P. ROBERTS. Owi


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