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 11, 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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readers favor no sons to wear nightshirts sheets, .
fence leglulatlon 3 to 1, accordingto hood, etc., for the purpose of Intimidating r"'J; t 'a" ,>,- -'," -5
BHS 'Yin j PlaintlifFiles
the results of a questionnaire any person or groupof Cagers

published three week. ago. They persona? I" _' ,'.-, ;._ / c, ,
also placed the stamp of approval Yes-30 No-27 --

uu a Governor Warren-advocated 11. Do you favor a reasonable jail District Title; -........ Two New SuitsIn

favored abolishing the Ku Klux ter how Important he Is.or thinkshe

Klan.They Is) who Is caught'drIving a ve Try For State Meter CaseStarke'
think! that teachers' salaries hlc1e'while under the Influence of

are "about right" now and alcohol or drugs? : :

arc overwhelmingly In favor of Yes-.03 No-3 By Henry Bennett controversy over the

reasonable jail sentences for persons I 12. What Is your opinion on With a thumping 38-14 win APl Installation of parking meters

caught driving! a vehicle school teachers salaries? over Live Oak last Saturday BHS took a new turn Tue.dayWith/

whIle under the Influence of al. Too low-11; About right.-41; cagers copped the District Tournament 1 the filing of quo warranto proceedIngs

rohol or drugs. Suggestions fora Too high-6 I and the right to represent : In Circuit Court here test-

"reasonable" sentence ranged 13. Do you favor mare( taxes to Group Two In the State Class.B Ing' Ue right of L. At Canova..

fium 10 days to 10 years. provide for more adequate pchoo Basketball Tournament opening chairman of the City Council to

Many of these questions will buildings 7y.27 yesterday afternoon In Daytona. F hold office.

come before the state Legislature No- -31 Starke was slated to meet the The suit was brought by S. E.

which convenes In AprlPand are 14. Do you favor Governor VVar- formidable Seabreeze quintet at Sparks Starke businessman, alleging

of great Importance at this time. ren'si appointment of Colin Eng 3:30: o'clock Thursday afternoon that Mr. Canova holds office

The result of the (questionnnalre IIqh all educational co-ordlnator at but final score was not knownat "without legal authority In that

ale as follows( : $8.000 per year salary? press time. he ,U not a resident of the Cityof

Yes-13 No--50 BHS entered the District Tournament Starke and was not at the
:1. Do you favor a law making it ,,
15. favor -
PO you a larger appropriation time of his election.
In Lake City last,week In
Illegal for .livestock to roam the for old and
highways 7Y.47 age fourth seeded position and In its Judge John A. H. Murphree
other welfare activity If It means
No--13 first encounter eked but a 38-36 Issued a writ returnable Thursday
taxes for ?
2. Florida Supreme Court Judges higher Yes 25 No34 you win over Madison, the team that March 17, requiring Canovato
had been favored to win the Con show by what
want their pay raised from $730 16. Do favor $100 yearly tuition authority he is
you ference. At the end of the third entitled to hold office.
to $1,250 per month. Do you approve for all college students who I
T quarter BBS'was 9 points behind, Significance of this; suit Is the

Yea-ft No-S3. attend Florida State University or I but' gradually forged ahead to tearing It would have on the legal
the' of Florida?
3. Do you favor releasing percent Yes University-17. No-41 win by a slim margin of 2 points. ity of the ordinance authorizingthe
Jimmy Godwin plugged the hole City Council to Install
of all State employees It essential 17. Do favor a state bonus park-
functions of government you for the winning 2 points with onlya lug meters and which was passedby
for all Florida veterans of World
I can be carried on satisfactorily War lITYesIS few seconds left to play. -----', the Council with Mr. Canova

without them? Friday morning the Tornadoes presiding as chairman. .
No 43 _
Yes 51 No-5 played Lake Butler a fine game I Sheriff Lands One"One At a bearing here afternoon
! 18. Do you favor an Increase In "Big Tuesday -
i 4. Do you favor a 10 percent cut the State appropriation for free with the exception of the third Frost .l.: i iyeo.n Berries Bring$1O.Average Judge Murphree deniedan

In salary of all State employees on hog serum? quarter when BHS didn't score Damages of the largest "moonshine" In this, county In many application for a' temporary
I ,that part of their salary In excess Score at the half was 20-6 in injunction by which W. II. Graham
Yes-42 No-16 was brought In. by Sheriff P. D. Reddish last Saturday afternoon
of $2:>0 per month? 19. Do favor legalizing off- favor of Starke but Lake Butler acting for other Starke merchantsIn
you from Its secluded place on the "Mary Orlffls Branch",
played a better last half and Cukes class
Ye -49 No-9 track race and dog race betting? Squash"Apparently a suit. had sought to
ended the the small end near the Clay County line about 2 1-2 miles soutlutast of Lawtey.
1 5. Do you favor abolishing tag InSpectiOn Yes-18 No-39 game on restrain the City from Installing
,I Jobs and giving such 20. Do you favor legalizing slot of a 34-27 score. Owner of the still said by the Sheriff to be Paul S.. Cooner, la not parking meters In the business

duties to the highway patrol at I machines? Next game In the semi-finals most crops escaped yet In custody. The Sheriff stated that Cooner operated the still fora Bradford racked County another strawberry$20- district as proposed.In .

I no Increase in salary for the patrol Yes-11 No-51 was with Lake City. The Tornadoes serious damage from the scattered "boss man" In Jacksonville. It Is believed that he had been thereabout growers 000 during the up past week an denying! the Injunction Judge

II I ? 21. Do you favor a general sales led their opponents throughthe frost of last Tuesday", County two months production steadily Increased and Murphree stated that plaintiff had

Yes-55 No-5 tax? first half by a very narrow Agent T. K. McClane reported Described as a "ten barrell! still" by Cooner's wife, It la estimated prices held firm at a $10.39 average not present! testimony sufficient

! 6. Do you favor a centralized purchasing Yes-11 No- 45 margin and the Tigers came out Wednesday night after a hasty that It .would hold around 400 gallons of "buck" and produce around l to show that the Installation of

! agency for, state pur- 22. Do you favor state-owned front to lead BHS through the Inspection. "However I found that 00. gallons of whiskey at each "run". Since March 1 shipments have parking meters by the City "ma
wherever the frost touched
j poses? liquor stores? second half until almost time cu Pictured above is Sheriff Reddish with the contraband equipment totaled crates with returnsto not reasonably related to the matter
Yea-41 No 15 for the bell when Godwin cumbers watermelon, and squash 1,938
Yes-20 No 40 of regulating traffic" and
and sold to
jIi which was destroyed here-the copper parts being cut up estimated at $20,343.
Ii Iii 7. Do you favor a gas tax rebateto 23. Do you favor any of the following again racked up the winning tally added they were"and killed"moat, Mr. McClane salvage dealers. On the back of the first truck at left Is the "still" 82. growers also that plaintiff had not shown
farmers for the tax paid on gasoline taxes? to end the game 34-32. 1 grower. werebusy that the meter ordinance waa enacted
i I container In which the "buck" Is placed for cooking. "Buck"Is
replanting Wednesday. larger Frost
Tuesday morning nipped
, used exclusively on the Gas Tax: Yes-3 No-58 In the District final BHS "primarily for the raisingof
farm TYell39 Although there was a little dam the liquid that rise when sugar and water are added to the corn some bloom., but damage waa
> Cigarette Tax: Yes-27 No- showed Live Oak a bit of real revenue only". In test suitsIn
No-20 basketball playing by whipping the age to some fields of string beans mash When oil fire Is burned beneath the still steam arises and reported aa negligible. Farmersare other parts of the State the

I 8. Do you favor Increasing _I. 32Amusement Tax: Yes-33 No socks off them with a score of and Fordhooks, it I. a little earlyto passes oft through pipe over to large copper drum where It Is condensed having'to wage a constant courts have generally held that

Ii ary of any Bradford County officials -27Soft 3814. Neither team could get its determine the extent of the by( cooling coils Into whisky. battle against{ bird, however, 'requiring municipalities are within their
by special or general law damage. It was a close call for still : pounds of seen on truck at someone to stay In the In
II i Drink Tax: Yes-22 No- offense clicking In the first half Taken with the were 1,900 sugar rights installing meters If done
at the 1949 session of the Legislature 39 but Starke began to move In the I many growers because a large right, and 15 gallons of kerosene. The drum at extreme right con- field practically all the time One for the regulation of traffic'andnot

I ? Tax Yes 15 No- third quarter and then went on 1 percentage of our Spring crops tained oil and compressed air which forced the fuel through a pipe to grower stated that It t Is costing primarily for revenue.
Severance : i
him $ a day for shotgun shells
Ye -1 No-54 Including sweet corn are up and .
to notch an triumph. 3..C. Adklns'Jr.:
under still. Gainesville.:.
the fire
I 9. Do favor abolishing the growing. to kill the Invading bird.. It .U {
Ku Klux you Wan 7 38Utilities Tax: Ye*-.4 No-55 The winners led 2-1 at the close Thi Sheriff' stated that 20 l;>barrel) of cracked corn mash were thought that unusually heavy I one ot the'attorneys for'Graham 't

I Yea -32 No-28 Beer Tax: .Yea-45 'No-1ft ... of a slow first quarter and hiked Guard Unit Plans' .** damped'',out- -_betore-'-'-st111. -/wa... .-.brought.. In.. .' .. .*, -", t visitation. O.f birds 1 Is caused, by stated the' SapremeTCCutt'and that ha: would:; appeal T to 4. -
10 Do you favor a law makingIt Real Estate Tax: Yes-:5 No- the edge to 11-8 at Intermission.It Florida's unusually mild "Winter" : Would, :.

illegal for, any person or per- 54. was Starke by a 23-7 count Varied Activities; In contrast with severe cold In bring upersedeas proceedings
going into the final period. Canter 1 I other section of the country.So which. If granted by Judge Mur-
Frank Dryden and Forward Enlistments Up Indian Beachers Musical Director phree would have the effect of
far this Bradford
Champ Axe WielderTo TOURIST CLUB Jack Eaves led Starke's attack Announced For season : preventing the City from making
Discuss Project have sold 12.800'crates
Enlistments in the local National I growers
with 11 and 9 points respectively.The any further move toward Instating
Give Exhibition NEWS NOTESBizarre G'inM Company continue at a With CommissionersJoe Methodist Revival of berries for a total return of meters until the Supreme
boys placed two men, Frank $$127,270.
Here On March 18 characters wandered Dryden and Jack Eaves on the steady pare as the unit progresses Court had rendered Its decision.

through the Woman's Club building All-District Team, and Captain toward Its alloted strength of Peters and J. A. Williams fho supersedeas will be argued before -

Peter McLaren, who held the Tuesday night when the Tourist George Winkler received honorable 79 men property owners of the Indian 4-H Club Week Judge Murphree at 2 o'clock

woodchopplng championship of Club staged its first "lackey mention for ability and good Recent enlistments In the company BcHCh'si-ctlon on Lake Banta Fe, Observed HereSome Monday.

Australia and America for many party" as a highlight of the cur-i sportsmanship shown during the are: Clifford E. Bloodswnrth before the Board of In a third suit, attorneys fur

years will demonstrate his skill rent season. Mrs. Jessie Young conference. Frank W. Dryden. Jr., James I. appeared 103 girls and ISO: boys Graham applied foe: a writ of mandamus -

here at noon on Friday March' and Carl C. Wynn were awarded Coach Hobbs and Captain Wink. Godwin CllfUn E. Orlffls. Ray I County Commissioner Monday in members of Bradford County 4-H asking the court to require -
exhibition at the Farm I F.; Griff Is. Herbert A. Masters, Jr., relation to proposed road Improve
18. in an prizes for the most outlandish ler received the trophy which Clubs are currently observing National the City Council to meet

Home &: Auto Supply. costumes by a committee of judges now stands beside the Suwannee Pat McOri/f Dan Priest Van ment work in that section 4-H Club Week, March and. revoke the parking meterordinance.

Although over 60 years of age, composed of Miss Minnie Bes Conference Trophy at BHS. The Priest Vernon L. Starling, George The proposed project had been 0-13, with activities directed by Judge Murphree took

McLaren's iklll with the axe Is sent O C. Kendall, Allen Smith district trophy Is a beautiful \v. Teston Leslie N. Thomas, and Inspected by several members of Miss Dorothy Ross Home Demonntrallon hit petition under advisement and

said to be astounding. It has Herbert Deal and Guy Andrews. bronze figure mounted on a base George A. Winkler. Agent anti, T. K. Medium, announced that he would rule
him from farm lad Last minute details are being the Board on February 22, and Farm later when counsel could be givenan
carried a poor The evening's festivities go Under of shaded wood. Jr, County Agent.
In Australia to the peak of his way with a group of merrymakers To top off fie tournament completed for the unit to spend<| the various' Commissioners expressed Throughout the Nation l.HOO opportunity to argue the! mat.t..r.

profession and for many yearshe dancing the Virginia Reel Coach Hobbs and Winkler each the weekend at Camp Blending themselves ax being In 000 rural girls anl, boys are Joining .

p was a featured star of circus to the accompaniment of accordIon made an Impromptu speech over and Two fire the rifle range courses favor of doing the work as soon together to "get. going with

and vaudeville. and recorded music. The dan the Lake City radio station. Army personnel Inspections have by been regular held as possible.The I the spring season"" Florida's 2B> T. C. Hazen Elected

As an added feature. 'McLaren cers presented an amusing sight Frank Dryden, Jack Eaves r"cl'ntly-one a technical main Clerk was Instructed to 000 youngsters In ".J[ Club are Commander
will conduct a local chopping in their colorful costumes Jimmy Godwin Clayton Strick In there pitching all the time and Legion
tenance Inspection and the other contractors
contest. All choppers are Invitedto The Coronation Ceremonies were land, and their substitutes played contact prospective are participating In this week's
a general Inspection covering administration Thomas C. Hazen Jr., was
compete determine; /who Is presided over by Mrs. W. H. Noll- four games of very hard and in regard to cleaning and grubbingthe Bctlvl tlee.
supply and elected Commander of American
the fastest man In this locality man who asked G. Newcomb skilful basketball. training right of way, which Is about In Bradford County there are
Both were passed with the ratIng Legion Post D6 at a meeting held
with an axe. The winner will be to escort the new Queen Mrs. Dryden F, scored 61 points of satisfactory. 1 1-2 miles In length Clubs In the Lawtey, Brooker In the Legion Hall Tuesday night.

presented with one of the famous Anita Duggins of Salem. nd, during the conference; Godwin, F, The local unit along with other In the event the Board decides Hampton llellbronn Starke, anti Other Post officer elected at
Plumb Champion axes personally 32; Eaves F, 30 G. Winkler O to purchase a Caterpillar tractor Rising sections. To celebrate 4-11
to the rostrum where she was units of Florida and Georgia belonging T.I'F. Waller of Macon, Gu. will his meeting Include Ray Stone
autographed by Mr. McLaren. presented with a beautiful cor- 9: Phillips 9; and Strickland which 'Is now being considered It Club week In a special way the
to the 48th J. Mc-
1st Vice O.
Division will assist In the Revival at the Methodist Commander;
He will Illustrate and tell those sag the gift of Mrs. Jeannette Halnes and A. Winkler 1 each. attend would be In position to handle girls club at Lawtey Brooker 2nd Vice Commander W.
summer at Fort Orlff :
who attend he exhibition how to Kincaid, florist. Little Roberta The Tornadoes scored a total of ramp this project without calling on Church, March 20-27 I lie will and Hampton schools had a clothIng -
Jackson, S. C. for two weeks beginning S. Slhley, Finance Officer; S. E.
144 points to 108 for their outflldu contractor. have charge of the music A exhibit at their PTA meetings.
condition their axes so they can Couch brought the crown to Mr. op July 24. an spa.cial Sparks. Chaplain; Charles Hardy \.

chop faster and easier. Newcomb who crowned Mrs. Dug. ponents. Recent promotions In the Company feature of the evening services and served. refreshment of fruit Historian; Andrew 3. Eaves Sgt.

gIns "Queen Anita Queen for a were Thomas C. Hazen to Roberts Delivers will be ten minutes of piano music: punch end oatmeal cookies to at Arms: A. J. Thomas Jr., Service -
Prices Steady Week". Emma Jane Caneva knelt Potatoes ObtainableFor Captain. Al Carlisle the guests. The remaining clubs Officer and J. T. Pollard
Kay to I let First 1949 Dodge whi<'h will begin at 7.20: will have their clothing exhibits ;
before the Queen and presented lleut., Merrill FMwards and Press Lex Green
Seeber Representeatlve.
Stock Feed
At'Stock SaleA Mr Waller will also have charge
I her with gifts from the following D. Goodman to Sergeant 1st clam I J. P. Roberts yesterday deliveredthe I soon.Boys Br A. Y. Covington and S. G.
merchants: The Bride's Shoppe of the children's services, which anti! girls from 10 to 20
"Irish Potatoes for stock feed I Theodore Goodge to Sergeant first 1049 Dodge Starketo Denmark were elected membersof
light sale with prices steady A &: P Grocery. Carpenter's.Stump's. I sol11n will begin each afternoon at 3:30.: years of age who agree to carryout
Ralph L. Alvarez and J. T. Pol- DeVoe the Post Executive Committee
be obtained at Homestead, Mr. and Mrs.
\ to good on all grades was reportEd may projects In agriculture and
and Florida Theatre.
the lard to Corporals (Grade 4)). Children from the first throughthe for the ensuing Commander
Tuesday by the Farmers Queen Anita thanks the merchantsand Fla. for lOc per hundred poundsIn Mr. DeVoe Is employed here with homemaking may enroll In the year.
Produce Market Inc. at Gaines friends for the and bags or Ic per hundred poundsin James B Godwin and WilliamC. Humphreys Gold Corporation. sixth grades are requested to 1-H club. with their home demon Haze.n announced the appoint.
generous Smith of the unit are attendingROTC ment of A. J. Thomas Jr., for
bulk" County Agent T. K.
ville. friendly gesture and expressed come directly from school to the itratlnn and county agents. The
at the University of Florida another term as Post Adjutant.
HOGS: No. 1's, 18.75; No. 2's. deep appreciation for the honor |p McClane Jr announced today. Another member of Building Permit Recreational Building. program was Inaugurated In 1011.
the company
17.00 No. I t These potatoes have been purchased While It offers good training to Mike Gilhooly retiring Post
18.00; No. 3's, ; bestowed upon her. William B Faxon; Is attending Remember tile date-.March 20-:
( by the CCC at the Commander was presented a
support been
1600; No. 5'a 13.50\ ; Light S's. I Building permits have anyone who ,enrolls and carries
Mrs. Lena Schlotthauser of but farmer them drills with the Guard unit In 27--Just one week and two Sun. combination Ronson cigarette
price a can get case
13.00 Feeder Pigs up to 16.50. Issued by City of Starke to: out the demonstration projects ,
; Hamburg. Iowa was selected as at $2 a ton In bags or 20c per Lakeland While he Is a studentat .Weller days. Plan now to attend all of ...11 work hold forth exceptional with lighter/ for his accomplishments
Common. 19.00 to the' I. P. Shepherd corner .
CALVES: Queen for following week. Southern
ton In bulks F. O. B. Homestead College. the: services rewards for good members. One while serving as Com
21.00 1900. and Washington Streets Permit
1300 to
; Culls President W. S. Sibley presidedover if he will agree to use them only Two members of the unit are for $3000 homeS of these Is. a trip to the annual mender ,
STEERS& HEIFERS: Cutters a brief business session earlyIn for stock feed. Some potatoes attending special Army schools. Board Considers Short Courses In Gainesville and r
17.00 to 19.00; Stockers. 16.00 to the evening opened with the may be available In the Hastings V. L. Starling who I I" expected E. Sparks 4. B. T. Thomas fora Tallahassee each June for those Violent Drama

2000; Cutters 150 to 1850; flag salute led by Mrs. Mona Can- area later In the month. home this week after completing $::5000 home to be built on Nona. Purchase of doing outstanding. work In their ,

Canners 14 50 to 16.50; Culls ova. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell chairman Any Interested buyer Is urgedto an auto mechanic's course at Fort Street. Road Equipment county. Every summer the boy In "Tap Roots" ')

12.SO to 14.50.'Iemand of membership. received seven contact' the County Agent's Bennlng, and Maj. Richard 0.CIdd I and girls enjoy a week at camp At Park Sunday

Is good on both cattle new additions to the rapidlygrowing office for further details. who Is attending Command Mr. Starke Will County Commissioners: will meetIn where they swim do craft work, .:,

and hogs. Bring your stock In roll. School at Fort Leavenworth Kan. 1 special session Saturday mornIng and have plenty of outdoor recrea "Top Roots", starring Van HefIn "

as early as possible" ManagerW. Late In the evening to' hostesses Expert On Diet The quarterly payroll has been, Read About Starke I March 12, at JI) o'clock to tlon. and Suaan Hayward comes '

F. Moore advlaed.(1ALEs'D.'R served sandwiches and coffee. submitted to the Finance Officer confer with L. M Smith representative Tho club pledge reveals what Sunday to the Park Theatre for .. -.I.
Hostesses for next week's meet Heard At RotaryPaul and the unit I I. expected to receive What'. In a name' of the GlbbM Corpora. the four If* stand, for (head, a three-day run. Based on the

: OF EVENTS: ing will be Mrs. Janle Avery Miss last quarter's pay very soon. Well, In thin cam there In It waxsv forth tion, concerning the proposed pur. heart hands, and health) and the celebrated novel by James StreetIt

Minnie Besaent, Mrs. Win. HelflU, Sampson, eminent. dietician Several vacancies exist In the new ftulwrlptloa chase of heavy road equipmentfor well-rounded training training club presents spectacular dramatic
Tourist Club at Woman's and lecturer St. Louis, Bradford County Tele
Tuesday and Mrs. Guy Andrews. Company and anyone InterestedIn the county.Mr. members receive.: Here Is the action centered around a story of
Club. 7:30: p.m. Mo. was guest speaker at the graph.
should call at the
enlisting Smith met with the Boardat pledge: "I pledge my Head 'to pre-Clvil War rebellion against
Club describing afternoon a
Wed. Rotary Club. MethodistRec. Rotary Wednesday armory any week day or Wednesday Last Saturday clearer Heart to Fedora. !
Roberta Property late Its regular session here Mondayand thinking my authority,
some of the bad eating habits genial. gmiUemaa walked
Hall 12.15: p.m. night stated that he could furnish greater loyalty. my Hands to Love scenes as weU a* the
and laid down 13.30
BrookerSale which he said were responsibleFor our office
Wed. Lions Club USO Bldg., Sold At many of the ailments of man Vera subscription. a.D-6 Wide Gauge Crawler Type larger service and my Health to battle sequences are said to be
Deeds RecordedThe with all better living for club. violently realistic and the picturehas
Tractor my
7:30: pm.Thurs. of the 1. P. Roberta business kind. He was Introduced by J. Ills names O. A. Starke. Caterpillar necessary my
IOOF Odd fellow meet. accessories. for a total Community and my Country." been rated near the top In
and residential property at H. DuPre who had charge of the Address Smithfield,
Ing Lodge Hall 8 p.m. Brooker to L. L. Parker was announced program for the day. following deeds have "Junt panning. through," he price of 946300. A 10-foot pull sensational movie entertainment.
recenUy recorded In the County would cost Boris Karloff I II a member of
Sat. Amusement Games Catholic this week. s, "Junior Kotartaiu" Invited to .said "and bought It would be type rebuilt grader Lovett's Buys SteerLovett'
Court House: Mr. Smith stated the strong supporting cast.
$1000 makinga :
8:10 Included 10-room attend this luncheon from BHS kind nice to a .
USO : p.m. The sale a War. get newspaper
3. B. Russ of Brad. Co. to
total of 00 for the two
I l at and Drew Reddish and Vernon from town with the namename 1.1),4413 store of Stark paid
Mar. 11 B. &: P.W. Dance house 4-acre pecan grove, were wen B. Mlzella of Brad. Co. the _a mine.1* pieces of equipment.He 48c per pound for the FFA entryof CIIl'RCII NOTICE
two concrete block store buildings Zroaby. **
usa for BHS students. 81-2 of the NW1-4 of the SW1-4
The Church of Jenus Christ of
said that he could have a Maurice Edwards, Jr. of StarkeIn
Andrews chairman of the The circulation
One of tbe buildings 1 Is occupiedby Guy TeJegraph'
Lodge Hall of Sect. 1 78 19 E,
Mar. 14 Masonic Twp. Rang Fat Stock Latter-daY'Salnts' will hold Sun-
Sat- the Southeastern
the T. B. Rahn general merchandise annual Red Cross) fund drive department wfahea there were contract ready
7:30: p.m. containing 160 acre more or less. In the event the Show held In Ocala last. week. day School In the usa building on
out membersof the urday morning
to lot tourist
store. and Mr. Parker rave assignments a more by
Executive Brd. C. F. Mile of Union Co. to Guy
16 PTA : I Avenue Sunday March 13
Mar. Board decided to the This steer weighed 180 pounds Temple
will open an appliance store In the the Club for soliciting la the name of 8tarke! purchase "
of 30 In
T. Anderson Starke: acres
meeting. I equipment. totaling $37200. [ at 10 a. m. Everybody I fa
business district. .
lee: Mar. 23 PTA Father' night. other building in the near future. Sect. 28, Twp. 5 8. Range 22E. .

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case and two trophies! ure /W Tight ana BJJ3 basketball team It 1'' ;
I Our first trophy from the Suwanne gold figure, I I honorable mention in th Outer? '"

Bradford County Telegraph c'lay'Hiii !I' fIJjJ i I, Conference tournament In Florida. ln Tournament plays hare at .

''vq 7 Trenton ia 12 Inches high. It I Ie I wurdi. "Group" Umea-that's our boy, tt> rot t tho ,
ESTABUSHED tail C. l_ MATTHEWS. Owr.tWEDrtoaglsbKske4 Bj Lara B nt- Mohrroara. I i ir Jet black with a gold eagle anda Class B, 1949. JI'I'I put two weekends he has vase

Lary Friday sad EaIere4 r aee..I :Nebr. I figure on it. The second, from a. broad grin that's the |ealR( ,

CTteM Matter at die Fe. O"1. at Stark.. W1* .', c4ft the District Tournament in Lake he1 a. tall. of our champs
: I City Is A 20-Inch modernistic fig If
Whereui I enjoy the very fullest 0" "'- -----ftI U- .... _
MEMBER <3> 949Aaaaaiy the sassy letter I have n'eeteed,| - -..-..a-
:1 sad tam-htmf comes toUi my bert I IalMg DRYDEN AND EAVES: and loved citizen of Starke.

U.54 ] SU For Six ,......' with appraacalag. Ppting. I I MAKE ALLDISTRICTBASKETBALL. Uncle_ ia more attentive to

TEAM I the games: than moat students and
Sometimes a little thing can lift | WINKLER'SYOU
could probably play basketball If
a Heart. ,I Frank Dryden and Jack Eaves NOW-at
be wanted to. He hardly misses
And make the mind forgetful of, have again been recognized for I
its j their fine ability' la playing basketbalL practice.Mr.
care. Last Saturday at the District ''a Joe Toby la a friend to
Like till your letter. In which you j the student whether be know
@JiYDIr! I Tournament they were
Impart. ,' among the ten boys chosen forABDtslrtct them or not Because he baa been
Choice bits of knowledge that you l Basketball Team. ao faithful practice and at the PAY ONLY
would have me share; r.These boys, picked for their games. the BHS Athletic Area
And a> I read I seem to drift tl sportsmanship and ability re has presented him with a pass to
CWVXK.NOS MAT PROPOSE TAX COJDIJ.SUOSG away. ('riYed1 silver basketballs. an home games. Too. be baa re-
And peak to you la spirit Last araek Dryden and Eaves cently been elected. aa honorary
Warren announced this week that be 1 Is giving aerioueratlon 4
9emor thoughtful friend. won gold basketballs when they member of the Letterman'a Club.
e> to asking the Legislature to submit to the people a There la ao much that I would I were chosen for the AH-Concr- -(Photo by ere-&er. Duncan: )

pw ipoaed amendment to the Constitution creating a State Tax; Com- lay.My ence team. % DOWN
niranD with broad powers to equalize real property aaaeatmenta mind goes on In path that TORNADO TALES 15

Flertda'a sixty-seven counties. never end. I JOE TBCBT GIVENRECOGNITION
So If I do not mention every What a week t J J Bradford
"It la a notorious and almost acamtsloue fact that many counties I : AS
clause. In writing hags hare been buzzing about
smw** real property so low that a mere trickle of revenue ia produced. I BHS BOO TEB
know I did ao mentally: everything from Mak:+nsynkL the
__il e other counties: asaeas real property at or near its fair'' amrworanable 21 months to pay
And sometimes In the silence when l4iv| coo o) *)*iu ad) vnocuvj and have up to
value thereby producing the quantity of revenue Intended you pause.I achievement in Lake City-that

anal required by the 100 percent valuation law the Governor eta td. feel that you too. thus win is. WE WON TIlE DISTRICTTOCRNAMENT from $50 to $5000
Because of Una. a citizen of Florida living In one county pays com peak! to me. ; t on purchases

wrattvely high taxes on real property. while*a citizen living ia an- And now. before the lovely spell Too bad there wasn't a trophyfor

esker county pay low taxes on property of the same actual value ia paat. 1' cheer leader They really including
Otf Governor pointed out I Know that your word to me will kept up our BHS spirit Too
citizens in counties I always last. special recognition goes to Jo Ann
"This discriminates against living
not only .
E. Bruner.I .
where real property ia assessed.. according to the 100 percent valuar Margaret Dinkina and Phyllis Strickland Washers
for the two "sorest sore throats" Freezers *
r law, but It robs the counties where assessments deliberately have love the above poem. It '. Couldn't have been caused from.1 Ranges
of needed and legally due speak to me of all the lovely .
....,. fixed low of minions of dollars badly yielding could they?
.. After thus cheating themselves of revenue three counties letter that I have received- theput
to them with week. I hare nine here be- Wonder who those two cute Hot 'Water Heaters
DIra can upon the State government provide moneyCkry fore me from all parts of Florida. boy were with Nancy K. and Ceraldine Dish Washers
menu.rhe t
could and should obtain by honest and fair -
S. !
Saturday night They
Thank each and every dear one '
State in turn roust Impose taxes upon the people of all thecnanUes. who baa written lira. Bishop \ J" weren't from Lake City,

Including! those counties which pay their fair share of real! Thomas of Brooker. Florida tried \ ,? they were, Refrigerators Clothes Dryers
property taxes to get money to help the counties which have cheated the banana cake recipe I sent in ets1! Sorry AI and Vivian : I

t r assessing real property far below its actual value. This violate and they liked It Tine. She was get a seat And about being!'
very principle of fair dealing. It must be stopped. Tax; slackers must going to make oats cookies next crowded-bear Mane and Miasl\
se eliminated.*' the Governors statement added. I[ have a burnt sugar cake recipe Rosenberg: had quite a struggle.J I Radios Phonographs Ironers

The creation of a Tax Commission to equalize assessments has I[ mean to send next time. The With an our trip to CHS we

8aC been advocated by the Florida Taxpayers Association whichnaJBrtala Thomases have garden made potato came out with only one flat Ure, I

that The only ones who could possibly; object to such: a plants out tomato. and pep- and with Kenneth J. super-rising,

tlwtltutional. _.poI.IUcaI:: Commission to insure a square deal toseer per. delightful They have letters sweet from corn a good up.Such that we .'en.a roiling again. I IWe.re Vacuum Cleaners, Small Appliances, etc.

the tax slackers* to whom Governor Warren still trying to figure out I
taxpayer are big : ,
friend,,. Mrs. Etta Fowler at Haw- how
Henry Bennett got into the
referred In his forthright statement. home. They have garden made. t. back of Mr. Funderburk's car.
"Why impose new taxes for schools counties, or cities! when the She has flowers and gardenplanted.
up (Even tried Pythagoras. O.V PURCHASES OF LESS THAN $50.00 the down paymentand
JLo8"t&.x' laws of 1941 proved that If all property were placed on She likes to make rolls suit
be arranged to
Hope Mr. Xagle' H2SO4 burn weekly or monthly payments can your
rolls at fair and valuation additional revenue cakes la wife
UM tax a legal ample and and a good
convenience there government credit restrictions on
Is better. That's chemistry for ( are no
-nulj be produced and present high tax levies could actually be re- and housekeeper. She sent me
I you. By the way, the "Big Three purchases of less than $50.00).
duml at the same time?" the Association aka and further points a sample of bow to make a
one that "'8ach an equalization Cbmmlarion would not only take away "Craxy Patch quilt. It la madeon A familiar figure at our BH3 II blue have print neared completion. of the I REGULAR 30-DAY CHARGE ACCOUNTS are in no way

any rights of "borne I'I&W. but would merely provide a 'yardstick ofsnkaUoel paper. Very clever. Our dear basketball games is, our friend I process.Haa I affected by the new government credit regulation.
friend.: Mrs. William. Mahler, of "Uncle Joe Truby. a wellknownin everybody seen Madge's
and gt e taxpayers the right to appeal for equalized asaKsaanrnU. '
Route t Starke writes such dearletters Cocker spaniel Umm! VISIT WINKLER'S Select the new home appliances
leaving titles and counties free to make their own budget ., .
rates usual. ana says me enJOY. day Oh yal! we forget to tell you you need pay only 15% down and take up to 21 monthsto
sad art their own mirage aa UIL She aent me a crocheted the people and babies and puppies Marian M, Pearl H.. and Jean P. I the full
Taxpayer who want only a square deal will now be watching doily she made. 'Sometimes little and kittena. It ia found in the were among those at the concert complete payment on your purchases.

densely the provisions of the proposed legislation to see that theOnaaiiliinlnn. things lift the heart." so says sun rises and sueaeta. It is Wednesday night I

if created, la genuinely non-political and efficient and the poem. God bless the dear found in the song of a bird the See you at Daytona' this week.

..gf.en adequate authority and facilities to do a good Job-not Just leople. I would like to bear from smile of a friend. or that letter end! Surely hope those BHS boys

a tan commission in name only as was. unsuccessfully tried many ifra. Ave Jolo tL I answered her you were not looking for. Happiness are classy enough to win the State
yuaaa ago. The people of Florida will want no "jokers in this vital latter but August and wonder after all ia the beauty of Tournament 1 I Winkler Electric Service
kgkaiation i and there need be none If we follow the experiences of It she had It.. Thanks a million to Christ within you It is the loving
itra.. Ida Gentry for the batchelor of our fellowman. So folk. out BRADFORD BEGINS I
BOH of the most successful of the 42 states which have such tax
there write to me. Join m..& this
button seed. It will be some time
.. the Association TROPHY COLLECTION
before I can plant them as we great round of happiness, love of .224 Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke. Florida
have snow yet. but I surely will living and fellowship. If you have week ago we had a trophy II IITWo j
trr A LITTLE COMMON SENSE put them out first of May. Lila a good helpful hint send it to me. case in the library and no trophies. -
Robert Kaxmayer. who ia one of the most popular and stimulatingectarers Mae Molly writes they are working -I' \\.. ail find things out by trying. This week are sill have the j
on foreign and domestic affair recently gave this excel- their strawberries. Still pick. "Yes. choice bits of '' I

kae advice in one of I his talks: ing for the market She went to you would have me knowJedge'l i
"War will You church and Sunday schooL Ilia the poet Ob. I love
talk mounting tensions, crises, these return. mayas
-fl get used to them take them In stride they're going to be Mae John wanted to go to the you even though I do not I SKIP THREAD COMICS TODAY-
Clay Hill pie supper. It has been you" I feel that you too win .
wrtt you for a long time. Better learn to live with them. These yearsdeua .
raining there. She Is 17 years old speak to me. Life is so goodand
d of the intelligent citizen that he do everything In hi. powerto I
and weighs 134 Iba. She bAa lIU lyC'f'CM'ft. full of lovely things.IIELPFt'L
strengthen moral and spiritual fibre of his nation to sustain Itseoaaomy
Mabel ParrUh at HINTS des
Lawtey : Quick
and direct its course has yellow knies In bloom. She sert. Peal oranges and grape
"Having done that you may u well relax enjoy the day of your saw. butterflies. She baa a hen fait Remove white membrane. THIS INSTEAD !

years. make life aa pleasant aa possible for yourself and for thoaesunoEDd that wants to set Put in freezing t>.y. Sprinkle
you. Take the longer look keep the over-all picture la mind. I have been cleaning house. I with sugar and a little coconut

llMies no percentage In waiting for happier days. They will not washed curtains in all the rooms : then freeze. Fill a butter carton
crane k* your lifetime or mine. but the two front bedrooms which. I with hamburger or pork aaugage. ITS MORE IMPORTANT

'"U yon keep eye glued to headline*, ear to radio jump at every I have the new curtains. I have 'chin In refrigerator. Cut in alters:! TO YOUR POCKETBOOK

.tarn, you srill not successfully plan and conduct a business: )'OII"U :cleaned thoroughly, ao now let the and fry. I put some salad oil in ; ;
summer come. I am ready to plant my powdered sugar frosting madeit S
>>t8 the ranks of the one-ra-ten who already mental ease
my garden. Don has gone to Omaha good. I used hot milk too. Crate :. I1ci11at..e
Tbia isn't the first world crisis and It won't be the last The "war e I
to get a body of a young man.I 'a. raw potato to thicken your
.< ----" la producing too many victim in the United States. The .
got up before day to get breakfast vegetable soup. Cook 15 minutes
best medicine for survival lies in calmness and strength, and a dettr- He his II '
was on way by daylight longer.
linasUm to stand by our principles.PDUjOWINO I waxed" the floors In the This time I want you to turn

bath and kitchen this morning. I your Bible to the new Testament.
A HAPPY AMERICAN TR.4OITIO.V love keeping house. Our son shouldbe Matthew Chap. M. verse 41. I

*. xha> early days It.wens common right to see neighbors band on his way homo.: He has graduated used to read that over and over p.

trite[ wr to help each other. Barns were built crop harvested land from the embalming school. when I was younger and even a
He will stay and help now I \VACIt helped.So .
eiesard and numerous other heavy task were accomplished in a few j jInstead I 4us .
gueaa. Yea to be happy and seethe all for this time and I will
--- of weeks or month. It was done ln an atmosphere ofapstsneoua W
j brighter aide one does: not be thinking of you all and loving lotoant
fun The neighbor simply in for '
dropped a raisingbee,
to travel the world over. It you every one. God bless you all.
i&*..kij g bee or whatever the occasion required with their wagonsSs.dtd : Is right here yon are. It la found LOVE LURAcare .
: I with food. I

'z:._ work parties were necessity In pioneer America. But It Is -- ,-

ebeQtug to note that this tradition la still with us in this machine : 'The GulfstreamKITCHEN

rev: recent new item tells of a service station operator In a small .

MaBaeanta community who had an unusual run of bad luck. His com- ire ; ,I. 1
pr-Uaors decided to help him out. They cloeed their stations one Sun- '
# '
rs>7 and took over the job of manning his cash register and pump rk ; sin I For the first time we are offering the
..handle the Sudden rush of business. It was necessary for the,local :'I''I'I KITCHEN BATH BEDROOM
beautiful which ANYONE
eoMtable to direct traffic. Many people refused change and the JlUp.lunu..bed i. wen. /..*' || 90.T $9 3 5 "Gnlfmtream" on hems

yBer gas at cost. When the day was over the station I: I I II II can afford! Imagine ewnlag your own

operator was considerably better off financially and he gained a Dew I R1 || !l J> cr==d dBMMCAUCMC homo for monthly payments which are less

vpfewaation of nla friend and neighbors.NJf.testantw I I I I p iCU Q.Oi FCTX. PRICE than half the rent for the average home thlesiu

like this could occur more often half the seemingly i h\ r" .1''
*ale-problem; of the country would disappear .,",'1f completed right dowa to fresh coat of pilot Shatter for the front door and window*

taking are provided la a choice of colon The Interior Is left for you to finish aa you please. We

rs y .. ,. LIVING.' ROOM BEDROOM. I w UI furnish a let of blueprints THESE
I*** complete with each sale, free of charge. NOTE:



;ed. ,, -- ,, a alGID STA'I"D.'RDSZS

AeZt"k' I .... FieFlaa
CHARACTERand II See the Sample Home at Camp Blinding Mon. through Sat. S a.m. to 5 pan.

t EXPERT DRY CLEANING gives I I . . . . 1

well-known standards of Service your suits and coats that brand new i I.
have been earned and maintained
; by look as well as longer life, becauseof !
o I .
long year.of: faithful attention in our appearance-reviving use-pro- .

technique. .So to get double 23 ft Drop sidlag.alagte 3 ft 11e ft-Drop aiding, 1J ft 12e. ft-Wood ....
. Serving. economically: ] in this vicinity. longing : ft t f
duty from your clothes, put youi I sash> wla .....T* sliding ...... T.. snake* a grw ehlldrea'splay for garage wash
DeWITT C. JONESPhone clothing in our hands. Call 133: : today. eeaditlea. 11 reworkshop.. .

7 Starke. Fla. .g M _or.p afcta-. ALL HUGE VALUES IS tt I S3 ft-Wood aidleg -
good root Perfect for
S225 $75-
a wee.. (ler. go4 reef
Funeral Director Ambulance Service t PHONE USROOT. parch reef ever tr-t. 1st COME-1st SERVED! swim work ipac*

31Si ___
ca.: local funeral services home not enables otherwise u to available.offer convenience and GREEN. 9 Od.s Tom pie I. . . HH MMM . . .

W. CnrBlsh the highest type service at lowest prtcea sad. OweetI Ate. ARMY CAMP 1 WRECKING" CORP.'

\p accept ANY life Insurance policy in force issaed .by ANT I i

, : .?, aa payment Sn part or ia full on a funeral CAMP & 4-s P.O. 'BOX 569 STARKE FLA PHONE STARKE41

Consultation carries ao obligation. STARKE. FLA. ,I

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Divine Ptr.ot., Columbia 8. C.: I IT. Frank Lnndrunhlarks, Florida March 2ftth 1941 In the ab" ....
New River Sunday. New Tubeless Tire I You are requlreil. .. 5er rtMarrh Ally. for I'lf. 8-4 41 S-21! named Cciurt and l cause, wher.l.*
. .. children and Miss Jo Ann Norma sick 1 21. U49, In the ahoy: name': I plaintiff perks divorce, cUHtody. lie
visiting in New River Sunday John Kelly who has been New RiveAND Creates InterestAt Court ,and, cause, wherein plalnttfneeka In 4 Irc.l4 Conrt. llradfonl Count?,. ohllil, etc llrailfinnKCounty
were is Improved at this ;writing. divorce. llradford. Count;, 'Flwrldal. In 4 aancery.Amalia Telegraph hall publiHti tans
afternoon. Telegraph' shall pultlleh this OrdeIn 1'htllas.' | Plaintiff' v*. NorIIHIII Order In next four weekly lH..ue ..
Robert Taylo Mr. and Mrs. Balls McKlnne; LONG BRIDGEBy Local StoreThe next four weekly leHUea. Harold. rhllllp, Defendant.Ca w II ne". my hand and orrinum.lUna'
Mr. and Mrs. official, "MI Florida ibis Febrarv -
visiting Mr. and Witness rnv hanil and No 1 a60.Or.e..r at Starke ,
By Wanda Crosby and daughter of Jacksonville wer of Starke were Mn. E. A. Sapp Seat-o-Matlc tubele at Starke, Klorltla' thin Fetiruar!" Publication. AeilNottre ti, 11141.OFKRIAt .
. new .,
Mrs. John Kelly Sunday. 12. It4i 'V. Appear. (( SI'IAT.) A. J. Thouuut
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L>. A. Crosby J. R. Kelly was visiting s tire that went on sale here at the (OFFICIAL RRAt. A. .1. ThomaAa ," II' It to.: An Clerk of paid Court
Mr. Mills Bnd Sunday. Mrs. :Mrs. Ira Merritt and Mr. and Home & Auto Supply t'arly clerk or sold Court N: A" "n'nnTliiroll' I'hlllll., ah se. iebIdence lly Haven Crosby D. C.
and Mrs. Kelly Farm
her mother in Lake Butler las Tty Haven Crosby, it C. IH K Hue lie Moulin N., UaHt'Ken Joseph K. Hklpper I 7 W. FnrsptY
children and Mrs. Marie Davis of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby;; Mrs. Pete Sapp visited Mr. and last week Is the center of widespread H. o Iirown Starke, .'IorllllAllY.. 1 HelKlunijYou Ht Wllliamn\ JJigi; JucksonwU4e i .
dinner guest Thursday. Eaton Wester in Lake City ctlrlotls for IMf. 3.18 4t 3-1. me. renmrert' to appear onApril FloridaAtty. .
Trenton the C. C. were Mrs. Interest
were visiting of Tampa among _
Floyd and C. C. Crosby were 4th ID4II In the aliove nnmedCouit for Pit S-2S 4t 3-lt
Croabys and the John Kellys over of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly Sat business visitors in Jasper Mon Sunday.Mr. and eager motorists F, L. Wat. In Clreiilt. ('"..... llradfurd ('0..'', and cause, herein, plaintiff I _
and Mrs. Meadows Anderson for the local : Flurhlai. In Chaser. necks divorce' ctlHtodv A controlof
the weekend. urday evening. terson manager In rtrenlt fonrt. llradford CenntrFlorldal -
Denv.I'" .'. U-ke, Plaintiff vnHhlrlev minor child. !l'oUor.ll'ulln'v' TeleKrapn .
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Mon The H. B. Kelly's of Miami spent day.Don't forget the services at of Deland were calling i on Goodrich outlet said yesterday. .. K, Ciloki, t>endant. Cam. / Khali pulillHh this 0.10'1', In : 6u.. Im.. t'lalntlff 4 ha.ery.Fthal va. John Mmrph -
friends and relatives of this sec. out that tubeless :0; 7138. next four weekly iHeuua.. Casa 7141.
Watterson pointed dues Oefendanl. No. :
grove and Mr ,. Juanita Barnet the weekend here :with relatives. Corinth Baptist Church ever; Order of I'nblloiitlot. and >.Ire. WI.n.11" hnnd and official) Of Pnkllrntlon. ,
of Jacksonville were veiling Mi The sing at Hcllbronn was wel second and fourth Sunday morn tlon Sunday. tires have been the goal of to AnnenvStale KPlcka Heal at Mtarke, Florida, this February ,, And Order Notle T. A.......
Long Bridge had another treat manufacturers since the dawn' of nf Plorkbi l lot! Rhlrley J<. 1941) R TAT IoJ IIle FL.OHIDA latJohn
and Mrs J. N. Kelly Wednesday. represented Sunday ing and evening. Sunday Schoo : whnae residence and aih rev (OFFICIAL. ill:A'.1 A. J. ThnmnlAa Joseph JluNa, .. reldn 1
Lithe Shirley Ann Crawford of G. M. Bennett spent Sunda; 10:15: every Sunday morning. B Monday night when Bro. Anderson the automobile era but were not ; !I. unjtnnwntYuu! orMarch Clerk of Maid Court and ariilreHa In: :2 8ah.\ '. lath lBrooklyn -.
of Park of the Palms gave us another until Goodrich developed I pro required to appear lly I'nven Crosby n. CKay N. Y.tYou
Jacksonville spent the weeken with his son-in-law and daughtei T. U. every Sunday evening at practical SI, lIHt In the above namedCourt Melden Srldeii IJIilir.. l>aytonaKeach are requires to appear e aMarch >
H. C. roadway of his wonderful message a special inner lining which solves and cause, wherein plulntlfl Florlilu : ,bier'
Mrs. ;
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mr. and 6:30: and Prayer meeting ever] IHth, 1541, In the
Everyone Is. Invited to come next: the problem of air diffusion. I seek divorce. Itratlford "Count Ally for t'lf. 1.4 4t > 25In named Court and cause., whereiaiplaintiff
Mrs. C. C. Crosby. in Starke. Wednesday night at 7:30.: Everyone TrlKKrnph shall ptiblleh\ : thin urdeiIn seeks divorce *. ruetndrof .
to services. have been : weekly Imuee.'Wttnena .
Windel Monday night Motorists particular next four
Rev. Bradford
Pastor children.
welcome. officialseal 4'lrenl< Cnnr4. nrndfnnl t'.unl,.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby anSTUART'S Intermediate Party E. Witte. Mr. and Mrs. John Snowd. curious about how the tire sea : at Starke my, Florida hand., ,and this February Flnrldai. In 4..Mnneerr.Kenneth County Telegraph shall publish thisOlder

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby entertained visited their son-in-law and daug Itself when punctured. Mr. Wa 14, 1941IOFFICIAL ,. Kllen Catherine Maker. Hollnnd Plaint Holland lff.vu ., In next my four hand weekly and Dft.leeueo.Wltnena .......

the Intermediate clan ter Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Johnson terson added. "The rubber In the I Aa HRM.Clerk> of A.said 1. Thomas'Court, livfenilant.; Cane No. .T.m: Scull at Htnrke' Florida, this Fetor-v

of Gainesville Sunday.Mr. 1 In. ,. <*, hinder ef Publication And any 14. 1940.OFFICIAL.
layer Tt
of Corinth Church Saturday nigh special gummy sealing llv Haven' Crowby %. lee .fn Appear ( UK At.) A. J. TBOXLte.Aa .
and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp Is In III. O Hro\vn atnike Florida. Atty Clerk, of eald' Court.Uy .
with a welner and marshmallorroast. Heilbronn aide the crown compoundedsuch for I'll. J-l 41 3-11 STATIC OP- fI' IKIPA I tn::
r about 30 young and daughter.. Kay of Galnesvill a way that it adheres tight Klli-n Calhcllne Ivnotip 11"II.n.l.wh" .. Haven CrnHbv, li. c. .
There were ... T. Frank Fl rievAlly !
Coin I''UItU"U' ] reHldcnce end address' la: 9091'rurh
,'Iltl', 1'1' r, 1111 \ 1 f.41..tI"I"
people present. Including the Pastor By Louise Norman spent the weekend with their par- to any puncturing object" 1 he IN vet Pl.Ollllltl" IN ('II'.N.I /CII''I.lh"I", tleiniclalYou for 2-t 4t 5-4f
Wlndle Witte of Deland ents Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and explained. "Then when the oJoct KltV. are required to appear on -
Rev. at Johnstov Carolvn Mimes."',. I'lalntlff vaHenrv April 4th. 194'i.' In ihe above named In Circuit .'uteri. llradfnrd Vommtr.r'lortdnt .
attended church is withdrawn, the gummy : Matthew Mnneyham. I.ofvmlant. Couit unit raue, herein, plaintiff In 4 anneerr.Martha. .
Mr*. Morris Bennett and Mr HOMECOMING: EVENT Sunday. substance Is drawn into the hole. Cane No. 1Ti'lemnph \-\1' seeks divorce l I llradford:: : : 1 Countv :Teleirraph Mockvinn, Plaintiff. yaW.slev

and Mrs. Mercer of Jasper wen IS' BIO SUCCESSThe We welcome Mr;, and Mrs. l1u- and that seals it effectively and ASn"npn NIt7'ii'1'of' :"I'ltI..U'ATII'-I rut APPI. :. next ftiur. shell weekly puMlKh lewneH.WltneHH this. tinier In Cane No.. Dean 7142. \Vlnn/ it..r..ndao4.

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosb; Heilbronn Springs Baptist bert Rouse and son, Conwa permanently." R.rvrK: ( F FI.t;tttt.t: to: r"I.tM..tth.w my hand' and officialneul Order 4>( PnhlleatlanAnd

9l 1II"n"'b\' "v hose reel.d. nt Btitrke, Florida, Ibis March Notice '!'. Appear.
recently.Mr. I Church observed its Annual from Tampa who have moved Into) The Goodrich company put be. .ure slid 8.1,11.x5. IH.I knnivu i.. I. 1H"UFFICIAI.! ft T ATM OP "'IOUIIIA t..,
and Mrs. William Crosby: Homecoming Day and First Anniversary our community to live. They hllve hind the new tire almost five 179:! .Pnulh.. Coliege. 141, ,Akron. "hlo. ( "Ir.\J.) A. T. ThomaeAH Wenlay. IiearaMnii., whew. re.ldn-.
children were visiting Mrs before' f'RttmatedA"atherlnA" moved to the Raiford Johns plac of Intensive dnvclopmei You ore r"'I..I..1.. I.. npprnr un .Clvrk of,C.Maid t'ourt.llv la Howard Kansas. :
and an years )1..10 2'.1.' 1919 In the xhnv'e nnm. Hnven Cl'neliv, l I' I You are required to appear eMarch .
Vera Alston of Lake Butler Saturday of 300 friends. The Among the Long Bridge folkll] work and has tested It contlnou ..1 t'uu. .' and cs US'. wh..I" Itllin.IIrt T .",'nlll< Ijinilriini. Htaike, Florliln.Atty 2Mb. 1D41)! In the ubniiined ....
iPs John seeks. dl'.D'...... '". ..ti.,"r.I.y.. .. for I'lf. 3-. 41' 8U6In ,, Court and caiine, where1lilalnllff .
night. Homecoming Message was delivered who attended Church at ly in various sections under el:" Khali "uhll.h this Under I veekn divorce. A reatnrrtlon .

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Don an by Rev. G. E. Cutshaw town Sunday ,were Mr. and Mrs. treme service conditions. In next four u-eeklv Issues.Witness 4 Irenlt 4'.Mirt. llradfiird 4'ollaty.Klurlilnl of maiden. name. 14radfor.
ntv nnniT slid rifriolnf eeallit ) County' Telegraph shall. puhlleh this
receiving congratulations on i aI the pastor. During the message Stafford Crews and daughter. Jot "Those who have Already tried Hlalke. Kloildii. this tTlh of Ki'Orunrv In May 4 Y.nneey.ltlrtutrl Dorothy Cnpwell.I Order, In next four weekly. laeiineiWttnena

I born February 26. Thi Rev. CUtshaw summarlzled the rile Francis, Mills Camilla Jane them out have commented on tl .. :, 11>4tl.OFFiriAl. Plaintiff, VH. llarrla Cehelt Cap-, my band and officialaeal '
daughter < ; SKAt.) .\. J. ThiMimaM ,,. rasa No. 7148.Order at Starke Florida. '' trill Ketr-
named Ger made the church durIng Moody Mr. and Mrs Ethan Sapp easier ride they are getting i at well pefemlant.
little Miss has been progress by \ Clerk of pelt Cnurt.thy IK l'ul>llen.l..HAnd ary 17. 1949.
I aldjne. the first year In its new and son, Leslie. less. weight and all are please haven. ('..."hv. I> O. >|>IIce '1'.. ppear (OFFICIAL PRAT.) A. J. Thoiiuuk.
John .1. IIendrrson. Vina: FI.OItli'A, to: Aa Clerk of aald. Court.Hy
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford building. Dinner was served or that the tire cost them bests thon .... Atnttiittlne. Florida. llarrla flTATJoJ" Celiert. OF t fpwPll| whuea real' I I Haven (',.""" 1 II. C

and daughters of Jacksonville the grounds and the afternoon they would have had to pay for Ally, for I'lf. II-U It 3-tl den. In: IIU Monte Creels Avenue It. H. l'un"Hn.011., Florida/ Lynch Bldg.Jnrksnnvlll. ,

spent the weekend with Mr. and was devoted to songs conductedby Sq an ordinary tire with a pimcturi iv rinrrtr rut ii r. iu ">K'>IIII' unklnnil" ere,'IIIIt".nlo"y" required: to appear. nn Alty. for Pit. J-8S 4C t.II
Mrs. C. C. Crosby.Mr. the Bradford County CholrlS' a fAcrf sealing tube Watteraon coicludod. Iol'PV, KI. >HIII i\ lute. ...

CYCLE SHOP and Mrs. Randolph Crosby ter Marcus Conner. < i.itv.lilltte: Jean. 'Ktndrlck Or' .ene, T'luln

.. llamliill tlreenn. Uefelitlunt. -
of Palatka were visiting relatives llff I \Vnty
Temple Ave. &: 10th St.. Mrs. John demons returned I No. 7114.ova. CiiHe No.: HO
Wednesday. Of FnbllnitlimAnil UItI.I KU: ClH' rrill.tOATlOVAM :
Florida home Wednesday of last week I NOTII'R T" A 9'I'1.\It I
Starke Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby anc dceda recorded I ]1'I"I' MI> :
she had been Recent as 'P PI.OIIIHN to: WrilVnniulull
from Palatka where R'I'ATI COI" Ft.OHIDA 10: RT 1K: "
children were dinner guests of County Court House: Edna: Wnrburir ti>ltlir, UIIOHH '...*.1. Oreenn, whuae, leoldenceanil
and Mrs. Raymond
ol visiting Mr. nililn-i-H IK HO LlncoRood nililreHH. last knot.. In Churlev
:Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Johns L. A, Davis of Starke to H. (C. ili'in-K cud : I a
Water. Krooklyn 2,1. N. Y.IYou 10, Mouth Carolina.You
ol Brown and W. T. Gill of Briu are lunnlreil to nmiear' < are reiilird' to appear nn
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Knight Mnrrh lilih. 1911, I In th* anmniimiul Mnrcli 2lHt 11I4H, In the ftbi.v. nain
AUTOMOBILE Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs,, ford COd: Corner lot at Miidiso cmnt and PIIIISO, where eil Court and cut,,..* whfleln; plain
I & Walnut Streets, South-Wei .pin In tItf HpolcH iiivoroo. tiriMifniI'nunty ,' tiff; Hi-pk: illvori-e. \llrailfoid County
LIABILITY INSURANCE W. C. Clemons, Jr. Sunday. I Telegraph' shall pnhllnhlb' Telegraph. shall imbllnh. .. this Order I .
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edward Intersection. Linlor: In' next four weakly: iKmii1Wltl : In next four Me.klv IfMtiee.AVItneMH .
Although not compulsory It Is guests ol H. C. Brown Starke to Th.. <..Hn my him.I. and ..UI"lnl inv: hnnd. t and' t.>ffichtl. eenl
of Jacksonville were .f>Hl nt Btnrke, Klorliln' thin .Kcbn nt Hlarke, Klorldil. thin 17th vf Febritnrv. >
much safer to carry Liability Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Tues Seaboard Oil Co., Jacksonvillt: try ?4. 1M9.OpPIflAIj( 1149.IFFt'IAI.! .
Insurance. I represent only old week. lot at South-West interauctlo ( REAM A. J. Thorns, ( I< HRAW A. J. Thomas, ,
evening of last .
day A.. f'lerk of nnltl I Court."c Aa Clerk of mild l'0111.1.Ily f jI \ /v
f line reliable stock companies. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and Madison and Walnut Streets.E. Hnv..n fronby. it, l.'. Haven Crosby', I> C". / Y 'P
Your buslne will be appreci of Waldo visited Mr. and J. Hazen of Brad. Co. to J. T. Frank, T.lln children
\ Ally, for fit. 11-35 41 a.u; line, Florida.. .
===- ated. Mrs. A. D. Norman last Friday.Mr. H. McNeal of Brooker propert Ally, fur 1'if. 2-18\ 4t 3-lt w t y h

129 W. Call Street and Mrs. Mitchell -Knight lying North and East of Brooke .. Irrnlt. 1'nnr.. llrniirurd Cnniit,.
and and Worthington Springs Publl I .'Iurld... In 4'Knnrerir.jnino MUM KNot
Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph of Jacksonville visited Mr. \r. iioiiiuiii., l'IN In IIff, vi. T.II. Ire IN Itfrebv given I ,tit. nil Creillion -
Phone 134 Mrs. Purvis Green Sunday. Rd., In Sect. 1, Twp. 7 S, Rang : He .Ara.' Ilullnntl, llefendunt Cut... .* and, chilmiintn lo fibotir
19 K. I No.: 7IBI rlulinH liKHlnut. the Heinle nf N. MWalnwrtKht
Pittsburgh. Pa. .
S Jr. Mrs Shultz of inlrr Of rulilliallitnml \ Hr, demeaned,., with F:,.
trcailineyour N. D. Wainwrijrht. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and little J.W. Prevail of Starke to i \oll, .. '1'.. .pirnr. 1 K. Ivrrymnn, County Juilue of lradfofil 1
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Henry Tomlinson Starke: 3 acre PITATK OP Io'I.I.JlIIIA 'n, : County. Plorliln. duly sworn :' b5,
daughter lltillaiiil, wlioHu rviililiiiiiIH : : before KKltIT:; mnnthHfrom w
r.llllf Mlle
tn on or
Fire Insurance H. M. McRae were guests of Mrs. of Sect 12, Twp. 7 S. Range 21 E. I unknown.: the first pulillcatlun i'f thin ry 1 *

RELIEF AT LAST T. N. Norman last Friday.Mr. Frances McIntyre Wilkinson of You are h.1W.t I" nT 1>|H<'nr rMnrrh notice' ..r the ilntinM. will be barri'dl .
551 thv nbolnamed l Mliinm-n' of Ihnltut lnna. that'
and Mrs. Elders of Starke Starke to Raymond L. Stone 1 court, and cause, whoreilillntlff tunic due to .be I pnld tn the eelllle.' BEST FOR' BOTHIn
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clem- portion of 4 acres located In theSE ( ssk.-dlvorrs." llrailfoi, '. are to he paid tn. the uiidfrHiiiriwdnit ,
SEECharley ForYourCOUGH "['..IItIt, Telegraph|> shall 'linbltiihthLrdir adtnlnletrHtor..tntnea .
ons Sunday.Mr. 1.4 of SE 1.1 of Sect. 20 Tail In mxt four weekly IMMUPWltneMN ... II \\'filnwrlirhl AilnilnlNIrntor Milk: there are proteins the carbohydratesand
6 S, Range 22 E on \VeRtmoreIlind my rmml anil nfftrli I of N. IValn" right'
and Mrs. Joe Stephens,
'i 1iil
Crtomuljion relieves promptly causs <"ol nt sinrke, Klorlilit this Kcliriirv :ISslxte. :8.4 the minerals that are HO valuable to mothersand
the iear.oi.the trouble John Stephens and Mr. and Mrs (house & lot). 33. Ill'trnKKKIAI. : JUSTAFSON'Smilk
h ROCS right to laden of Orange O. F. Tomlinson of New Rive (. HRAt.) A. .T. TliomaA ', In I Irviill 4.i>...1. llrndferil fiiuntr babies alike. Creamy rich (
E. Johns to help loown and expel germ Hall and daughters Clnrk of said. Pinirt.liv Kl..rldat. In 4 hnnrerr.Hnilie is the perfect food; tu easy to digest and
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and Park were among the visitors at to Frank L. Tomlinson: the NW Htivrn **n iiby, t' I'. Meehkow talMi known NHKndle
Agency heal taw" tender inflamed bronchial the Homecoming services last 1.4 of the SW 1-4 of Sect. 27. II. II. Kiincan, ;:, 1017 lynch. TiMi. Meecllknw), I'lalntlff, va. PainMenhkow w richly laden with NnJuro's own precious nutriments.
.'....I'"n vII I... .I-'lorltlu Rio known an SolomonMenthkow
Phone 13 STARKE FLA. mucous membrane..Tell your druggistto Sunday.TBACHKIWWe. Twp. 6 S, Range 20 E containing Ally for I'lf. :3-2) 4t a-18 ), IX-fendnnt. Case No. Rely on our milk the favorite 'of mothers I

tell you a bottle of Creomulsionwith 40 acres; also the SE 1.4 e"cept flea everywhere I
understanding you roust like hate '..lli. >|. Of Intend..n Tn "Wake AnnliHllon 4lriler l'nbHeS/ten **il
the now S 1-2 S 1-2 of SE 1-4 Sect i
of of
"'... Pln..l Hhrhara. ;
Ire Tn Appear
the way it quickly allays the cough back.CREOMULSION. that hard-to-get practice! paper 28 Twp. 63 Range 20 B": cor. In. t'ountv .ftnlire'H' Court, Ifrac'oril HT\TK Not IIP K ,. HIP 1 A to: TILIPIIONE: ; GREEN COVE SPRINGS/ : 2312 COL"' j
tDR.pr..atn. ; or you are to have your money ruled and plain. In C'oiinly Kliirltlu.. 4um M'Mhkow almi. known ae Hnl
for student, taming 120 acres. ,Ie. FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S .
.... 'I HI':' IdHtate. uC Maria K. Hull man Msehkowwh..N.. renlileiiceind LECT
9 :x 13 size, 83' cntH per'' ream.' Louise O'Brien of Bloomington ieusrd aildreHM. In unknown:]
{ .THS TRAVELERS. Hartford NOTH'K' In hereby given Hint I You are required" to appear, onA'rll
Colds.Bronchitir Bradford County Telegraph. III. sold 120 4 miles East f .
for Coughi.Chest o lavu fllttil my flnill. report mid i pitl. 4th IHII.I III the above named DAIRY
J Lawtey to Canal Timber Corp. of Ion for dlHtrlbullon. and for fine ,.on'a and, catlMe, v, bf rein |>lnlntlffleekfl
Iliti'hiirwe aM ttxeoutitr. of the eMatf dlvir. llrnilford County Telvraph -
Tallahassee. The sale was mad MHl-lll... K. Hull ilni'eanoil. : 'Hint ..n shell. publish this order, In' .T
through the E. A. Strout Agency I' he Ittth Any of Mnruh 11141 I .wlgqlr text four weekly INMUIINWltneim PHONE': 2312 :

Recent deeds as recorded lithe Judge to Hun.nf K Krailford K.. I'urrymiu I'oun'y.'; i my band end) nfflclal Mart'h A' ireen; Cove Springs Florida .
BEFORE YOU TRYSUPER.STORES ""'ounty sal "' Mtnrke. Florida, this
NEVER B-U-Y County Court House: lorliln, .. for approval" ol .......I..eu'lIIl.. 2. Him.OFPIl'IAT. SERVING STARKE DAILY
,,,n..,1 final. report' and for illHtrlblitlunid ', "KAI.I A. J. TluimanAx I
W Moore Bradford tll
F. of Co.
final dlNPharirft' HH exm'Utor. ."r Cb-rk otisid. Court.
Homer Smith of Gainesville: 20 110" will nf Maria K. Unit .1..e.n..I. I ly Haven Cionl>y, U. C.
of February, 1114':
This 2H-J: day
acres of Sect. 11. Twp. S S, Range 'riderlrk W. Kernel; I KxecutolI :

22 E. Homer Smith deeded the I. H. Mcl'ahlll Atty. for Kxvcutrx .
,40 Inirrahiun' UUIir., Miami, Kli28 ...
W. ot
same property to a. Smith aikotlre

Lawtey. I Intention- T<> leal F.P.
Jesse J. Hara of Starke to Don' : Of KlvfKlounninv. y'G : ,

aid Conner of Starke: SW 1.4 Xi.rlie |I.H hereby given that. thmd

of r SW 1.4 of NE 1-4 of sect. 18. 8061111..rMlirnid..Klorlda. purMUnnt$lat nips. to 1041 H..tI"n wllegistor {! .

Twp, 6 S, Range 22 E. with the Clerk of the llrnilfor"'lr- yatm
rllit Court In and for .
receipt or
.un lily, Florida upon .
In 1'In-ult'osrt. Nradrord. Ceuntr'lffrlilni >. runt of publication of thin nods '
In 4 hnncerr.Aluert he following flrlltlou* name, tuvll 199E" .
Miller, i'lnlntlff.. v". A.l.i .Millir -

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACKWE p"r.n.l..n'. <..r Pnhllca4l 4'le... N<>. 71H4Orilrr An4Nilli I KO wltlrh'"'" I Illllft will engage"'1'"IIKlllilvr In bunt.

sTATHr' : **\ T<10' I.Appear II It n At..: I ix5n. at Htarke, Ilrndford. counts: ; _
Intereelen I
RESERVE!= THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES .I I.Ida WurMiw Mllli-r,, North whoHa('reHlilenca......lIn.. .: la 1 10|(. I lorliln.iialil. buHlneHH That the.a pansy.01.| uwimr' I I.I Ihe I. / -.. $

March 11 & 12Hunt's You Are, required In appear nn titiilHrNlNrnedar I-:. Mlmmenn / 1
& Saturday 3.18 Htepken
Specials For Friday .April 4th, 10 11',. In the nliove namermirt < I 011 l
nnd caiiNe. wherein plulntirBeeka
divorce llrailrord Cininly! Telearxph Clrmlt Court, llrailfurd toenll ,
; shall |nil:llnh thin: Oluur 4 u,; ..1..1"| In C.nnneerr.4ell vrIl\j\
I next four weekly iNmieiiWltneH l.oulne I'arrlHli, Plnlntlff. VI". j\J\i1'I\
lOc my hnnd and offlelii I lenrv N. l'Arrl.h. Ueftndant. Cat \ \

Home-Style PICKLES, 12 oz. bottle 1.heal. at Ktarke" PlorliM, till Much in.Order TUB.of I'nbllenllon and Notice. \.

(aRiC1.T.. RI':AL1 A. J. Thorns I ..> AppearRtiite tJfRIVSS/
An Clerk. '' of Said. ""u..rt.II of Florlila. to, Henryurrlnh S. \.
,. Haven CroHby, I' (' I. whose renldenea !II'' 1802 ,1'R0U8\
K. ..klt'I'-''. 7 \\'. Kornvrft.
IDeWebster's Joneph

Red Bow Black-Eye PEAS, 12 oz. pkg. - .. Williams for I'lf.' It._._.,.;., Jarkeonvlll.Atty :8-4 41 S2In \.: :I (, ) -, ..dIWrl.aas -_..

I Irrult. ('''''''. Bradford Count?, CAR FINISH -- ... eta".,. .a.4AYi '
........ YOUR .
1"101' In 4 .rp. Hsas fG

Fresh Fordhook LIMAS, no. 2 can 19c Jay rune. 'Nol..n"No.l llilcknfr. 71SSOrtrr T. Trotter Trntter,. Ijefenclmil Plnlntlflv CAM HAVE MORE tt'rtI

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California Fresh DATES 10 oz. pkg. - rmlJancil In Charlnaton South Care "

Iris: $}&,,' !
You lire rentilred' to appear mIfsrch

lb. 33cMcGrath's nsn.d JSth.Court 194t and| cause....In ,the nrA"wh Hbov..'lfor"r'nunty r.liDhllntlff ,' NG\\ 0, B'fIJR ti

Holsom Pure Concord GRAPE JAM, 2 jar .r In Telegraph Krekn next four dlv.shall weekly"" publish 4esU.N l thliUrrt //TNdIf PR

hand and orflclai .
Wit n." my
sal at Htarke, florid' this Februrv -. '

Tender SWEET PEAS, 2 no. 2 cans 25cMother's ([ .SI. U4I.OF..t"l..! .BKAf.t A. J. Thomas, LI tA1 ,

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FRIDW !MARCH 11. l<)lflJunior

Birthday Parties Miss Horne To Wed Business Circle UDC Members Meet Wesleyan Guild I eases .

For Young HonoreesLittle Richard D. May Met Tuesday"Our At Flynn Home The Wesleyan Guild of the First present Circle was Two,entertained with 10 members by Mr
met Monday,
Church on
Linda Faye Wasdln celebrated Land For Christ" was the The W. T. Weeks Chapter of the Methodist March: 7, In the Sunday School George Flynn with Mrs I, p

her fifth birthday anniversary .r topic for study for the Business UDC met at the home of Mrs. Building. Under the leadershipof Shepherd assisting
1" Woman's Circle of the First Baptist I The program: was in charge it
last Friday afternoon when r0 r0r George Flynn, Wednesday after Mrs. C. S. Partin, the group
Church which held its regular I Mrs. J. M. Hembree who gar
Mrs. R. 8 Wasdln, I assist the Sunday
nor mother decided to
noon of last week, with Mrs. L. of Clnclnattl'a
meeting Tuesday, March 1. in theChl.ch a summary Wesley
entertained 60 of her little friendsat School In beautifying the interior
Office Glady9 Mooty ItNtIde.t'o St. Mark's Parish House Annex Mrs. T. K. Me- O. Powell and Mrs. R G. Kidd of their building. Business, worship Hall. The meeting closed with +
Lane, Jr., hud charge of the as co-hosteanes. sentence prayers.
Phone 29 Editor rhoDe 33 The youngsters enjoyed games : and a social hour were enjoyed
V.'celc of Prayer for Home Mis- The Mrs. L. A. Davis,
president newly-formed organ v
,, In the yard and later were served by the
- --- ##- alor.s, and an Introduction
- Program J
O refreshments Indoors. The long gave presided over the meeting. After ization. FOR SALEAZALEAS- a
to Home Mission Fields routine work of the chapter, the a
Dr. Hembree SpeaksAt refreshment table wall
Westminster and work there is to do. Others District meeting to be held In
Woman's Club with a beautiful handcrochetedcloth giving Interesting talks on different W.S.C.S. Circles I
Fellowship Enjoys and centered with a white Macclenny on March 30 was dieCussed IN BLOOM d
Home Missions were Mrs
The president requested Met MondayMembers
cake embossed with
Sunday Get-together Dr. J. M. Hembree, M. D., wag low birthday roses. Fern and multi-colored yel- D. L. Thomas, Mrs. O. L. Linsen, all members wishing to attend rrrrsa-.r., P

rain seventeen the guest speaker at the monthly balloon favors surrounded the .1, Miss Dorothy Ross and Mrs. C. this meeting to notify her before of the WSCS Circlesof BLACK CREEK
wind and ,
Despite meeting of the Starke Woman's cake. A. Knight. Mrs. J. D. Doyle gave March 20. Lunch will be servedat the Methodist Church held their
members and friends of the Junior the Devotional Mrs. L. D. Haines $l.50 per person country style. regular monthly meetings Monday NURSERYGreen
Westminster Fellowship were Club Wednesday afternoon. His Mrs. Wasdln was assisted in gave a Dedicatory Prayer, afternoon. (\>ve Springs Fin,
"Health Problems to serving her little guests by Miss''' The historical program was In '
present last Sunday evening: to subject was ; Mrs C. A. Knight Circle Leader, charge of the Chapter Historian, Circle One met in the Educa- 4 nil. North on Jacksonville
Kate Struth, Mrs. R. A. Colson,
I enjoy their usual worship and a be solved in the future for local had charge of the Business Meeting with Mrs. J. B.
Mrs. Mabel Shutz. Mrs. Jack Mrs. W. Q. Halle, who gave an tional building Highway. Open Every Day Except -
I delightful wiener roast. The pro- national and international states", .. There were 32 members pres interesting and Informative Cottrell, chairman presiding, Mrs.
President Parker and Mrs. 'Elizabeth Sey program Mon., 10 A. M. 6 P.:M.ALVAREZ' .
gram watt opened by The speaker was presented by: ent. on the first UDC convention A. W. Anderson Sr. and Mrs.
mour. Wagner
Lloyd Orlder'with songs, sentence Mrs. J. B. Cottrell chairman of Mr. and Mra. James Hostesses were Mrs. Orle Wiggins In Nashville, Tenn., In 1893 Eula Whigham served as co-host-1 I
prayers, and scripture: reading. the reaJth.Department. Preceding -I I Harold Tyus, son of Mr. and Horne of HampLun announce the Mrs. E. C. Mann, Jr., Mrs. and "Why I am a member of the i
Following these, Rev. Bertram Mrs. H. K. Tyua, entertained his engagement and approaching nmrrlage Macon King and Mrs James Den. UDC."
Simmons Vicar of St. Mark's the talk by Dr. Hembree, Mrs I first grade class Tuesday after '' of their daughter, Betty nls. The hostesses served delicious Men's
Episcopal. Church gave a fine Edward Charbonneau sang three noon from 2 to 3 o'clock In celebration refreshments l STORE EatablisheiCloth1894 wip J JI
well-known Jean, to Richard Dale May, son during the social I
program based upon lovely Irish ballads. of his seventh birthday hour. !
hymns and Interesting events from Mrs.' Junlua Smith president anniversary ( of Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Mayof Hercules Emplbyes I

the lives of their composers. All presided over the business meet Games were played In the schoolyard Hampton.The Enjoy BarbecueThe ;;..----, -,-?-?-_,_?_ A.X.kSJO*.IL"I /*
present then went to the Episcopal ing. Centering the speaker's and prizes 'were' won by I wedding will take place i
Parish House where the fine, table wan a beautiful arrangementof Shirley Mitchell James Nelson' Sunday 'April 10. in the First I Hercules Powder Co. employees I

large fireplace served as an excel pink and white gladioli and McLendon and Robert Earl Halo- { Baptist Church of Hampton. No gave a barbecue at their "
lent place for the young folk to roses, ten. The Easter motiff was car-1 I Invitations are being Issued but camp quarters in Folkston, Ga. CAN TRUST A&P 1
gather around and roast wieners. Hostesses" for the afternoon rled out In the game prizes and all friends are Invited" to attend. Saturday noon in celebration ,
The fact that rain prevented>> the were: Mrs. P. E. Canova, Mrs, I. the little favors of Easter baskets
use of the outdoor fireplace N. Breazeale, Mrs K. D. Searing, filled with colored candy eggs Mrs. Hemingway "contlnoua operation with no los Iroil their price /throughout tfh* (tore o I
diminish the time accident since January 18,
seemed In,no way \ ; 'y
Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. W. B. Assisting the children in their by hopping
/ and knew I wouldn't ove
'wholesome fun that prevailed.This Honored At PartyThe 1944. E. C. Mann, Jr., of the
Mundy Mrs. M. B. Herlong, Mra games and refreshments were Mrs. 1 l I don't mean that \ .
leasing department of Hercules, around the town.
organization Is composedof W. L. Cooper, Mrs. W. H. Smith, H. K. Tyua Mrs. J. P. Roberts, '
young people from the First Mjf.-Gilbert Newcomb, Mrs. C. :H Mrs. J. O. Caldwell and Mrs A. Wiggins' home on Thomp believes this Is a record for no : 1 someone doetn't have a pedal' en x 3 i
Presbyterian Church. the St. Nasworthy and Mrs. Tom Grady. W. Anderson, Sr'to : son Street was the scene of a "loss time accidents" in this type .L_,, (L. (\. j +1 something some lime at a lower pricethan .
Mark's Church and delightful surprise birthday party of work for the 1,868 days work \ .
Episcopal t
when I do all 1
from other churches. No particular given In honor of Mrs. L. G. I Ing time from Jan. 18, 1944 to ;, = f A1P. I mean that my ,

creed Is stressed. This is Hemingway on her 66th birth- i Jan. 18, 1919.Attending. L \ 'C happing there, week In and week cut, .

simply a program designed to : day anniversary" Saturday even from Starke were III ave money and have the belt that y. ,

I if bring young people together inactive ing. Mr. Mann and son, Gibson, Mr. money eon buy. Ye, I eon bud AtP < .
li' participation of Christian Lovely arrangements of pink and Mrs C. H. Quick and family!] + and il'i a mighty comfortable feeling" .. l
IJ activity and joyful fellowship with and white gladioli and pink sweet Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal, and I .
Q each other r peas were used to advantage in W. J. StudBtlll and from Kings
: Well, the : Woman's Auxiliary Club gets bigger an' better and ; their keystone Inn honorin' dining room. A white birthday Lee, Mr. and Mra. W. W. Calnes ILEVERYTHING,1
everybody seems to be having so I their daughter, Mignon LaMorteon cake embossed In pink with pink and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Powell. ,
p' Met _Monday much fun I can't decide whetherthe her birthday anniversary candles centered the refreshmenttable
home folks are entertainingthe !Among those present were the which had streamers of pink Farewell I
J' The Woman's Auxiliary of St. tourists or vice versa .J. R. Wainwrights, Bill Grahams, and blue crepe paper Party A TO Z-4--
Y t' Mark' Episcopal church held its But anyway, a grand time is had T. K. McClanes, Junlus Smiths, I Contests were played duringthe For Mr. and Mrs. Koch FROM ,

meeting Monday evening in the by all and that's tho most Important and H. C. Browns, all of Starke, evening and first prize was
Parish House with Mr. Mattie I the Bill Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons ; S .,, r vry sNi .,
thing. guess Fifty-five,: Dlahingers, Jr., &: Sr. of won by Mrs. Nelson Bronsteinand A
4 Gahagan president, presiding.: merrymakers turned out for the i Jaxville, Com. A Mrs. Jesse Hill connotation prize was won were hosts at a lovely farewell
Mrs. Lemuel Colson, chairman "tacky party" Tuesday night and I. of Keystone the Glen Dukes of by Frank Hemingway, Jr. To dinner party for Mr. and Mrs. L. IIaio16
of Christian Education, gave a among those glimpsed in costume Gainesville, and Gladys Gary .. make the evening complete Mrs W. Koch Sunday evening. TheSimmon's
i talk on the care of the altar. Mrs. were Erline Bussey as Susie Q, .1 Hemingway's son, John, called home on WestmorelandStreet
Della Hoover resigned as United Gladys Canova as a debatable Leo the colored presser for her from Ellzabethtown, N. C. to was decorated with spring
,, Thank Offering Chairman and debutante, Nelle Nollman as Mrs. Starke Dry Cleaners, was one wish her a happy birthday} flowers and potted plants'for the cam-,
Mrs. Billy Noegel was appointed Aaterbllt, Jessie Young as "a] scared fella Saturday noon when occasion
Assisting the hostesses, Mrs.
i to"fill her place. beautiful ho A low crystal bowl of light'
great big doll",.Bertha went to light some trash in a Orle Wiggins and Mrs. Frank
The auxiliary plans to have Pearce as Scarlet O'Hara, Marian, burner behind the laundry and pink carnations Interspersed with
Hemingway, Jr In serving their
another bake sale Saturday morning Howe as a dashing widow with,, some waste chemicals, that had 30 guests were ?Mrs. Johp Moyer white candy-tuft centered the lace t.
March 19, location to be announced the new look, and President Waiter : been 'dumped In the bottom of and Mrs. Hal Alexander. covered dining room table. Three- .
later. Sibley as "the ,Mayor of Silver the container, blazed up like a branched silver candelabraa hold- NUTLEY I I
Mrs. Edward Burns, hostessfor Lake" If you're missing i 4-alarm fire Brought out the ing burning pink tapers flanked Super-Right MeatsSuperRight'
the evening served light refreshments these Tuesday night events you fire department In full force but Betty Jean Horne the centerpiece.
following the meet have no one to blame but yourself damage was confined to a 'few Honored At Shower 11 Mr. and Mrs. Koch received a OLEOMARGARINEPer. I
ing. > ., Come on out and have I scorched palms on the Magnolia' chime .wall dork from the mem- ,.
: fun! Hotel grounds Hear that one :Miss Betty Jean Horne ;of bers of Koch's drug store and V /
i Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Woodham of Archie Green's main ambitions I Hampton, bride-elect of Pfo. Rich- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Jr. as ;
of Jacksonville visited the Lawson Hoar that Bob and Larkin 'was realized when he got to ride ard May, was complimented re- a memento of the occasion. Lb. 23c e
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families Monday. Weeks entertained at an improm-i home from Jacksonville in the I cently with a shower given by Enjoying this delightful affair jQuality Western '
ambulance one day last week I her roommate at Florida State with the hosts and honored guests .

WE GO ANYWHERE! MOTIIEBS! Register The with his grandmother "Granny" f University, Miss Mary Ann Cole- were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop,
New Baby For Valuable Green, who was being brought man, formerly of Starke. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Linson, -A BEEF : ,
Specializing InWEDDINGS back from St. Luke's Hospital Miss Coleman Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stone, Mr.
Gift At Our Store was assisted in and Better Than Ever!
I serving by Misses Merry Winkler Mrs L. .D. Sullivan, Mr. and
!I 1HKTHDAYPARTIES The girl. of the Junior Woman's 1 and Shirley Mueller of Starke Mrs. L. B. Chambers, Miss Helen Rib or Brisket Stew, Ife. 29c
,,n J '..'. Club are certainly on the ball also Adktns ahd ., JANE PAR KElt
"* students at FSU. Lyle .,: ;:/ Sirloin Steaks tb. 79c
,\\\),\) )),. while out collecting Red Cross\j I 1 -

ANNIVERSARIESENTERTAINMENTS )t#]tflaHtJ.' funds for. .an They answer simply, and won't Lillian takeno of The the shower private was parlors held of In Sarah one Junior Club .. xHO"( CROSS Chuck Roast, tb. 50c

V' WEAREverything Stump says anyone whose house I Cawthon Hall on campus. Pink Elects OfficersMembers .' : Fresh Ground Beef, tb. 43c
azaleas formed 1P
the centerpiecewith BUN S 2 5
was missed may leave donationsat c :
SPECIAL EVENTS of all hinds cake and lime sherbert .
t for the Child her store See Loyree Hart- of the Junior Woman's ,
served refreshments a
QUICK SERVICE Off PHOTO From Birth to 11 Yean Old mann is reopening her beauty Club held their regular monthly 'Super Right' LAMB : -
ii shop at her home on W. Madison Twenty-five guests honored Miss meeting Thursday evening of last
Developing And Finishing RONNIEDONNIESTORE ,where she'll double in brass by Horne who will be married April week with Miss Lillian Stump .'
keeping the books for Eddie's 10, In the First Baptist Church I II president presiding.The Talco SCRATCH FEED Whole Shoulder, tb. 39c

HOLLYWOOD CAMERA furniture business .' Hear Mer- I of Hampton. following officers were eler. Rib 1b : 85c
828 E. Call Starke Chops, -
AND GIFT SHOP ry Beth (Knight) Smith was ted for the coming year: Mrs. H.
separated from her appendix at Young Folks Enjoy J H. Adams, president, Mrs.. W. C.

.. ._.. I Tacky Party'Judy Powell, vice-president. Mrs J. R. 251b.99c1001b.3.89Talco Cudahy Gold Coin Bacon tb. 49c
t ii Wainwright, treasurer Mrs. S.

Green and Billy Weldon ,0.:: Denmark secretary and Mrs.r. Fla. D. & D. Fryers, lb. 59c
y entertained the Intermediate Boys C. Hazen, Jr., corresponding "

w IR and Girls of the Methodist Sun secretary West. Pork Loin, end cut, tb. 49c I
1 day School at a Tacky Party A quiz program, conducted by I LAYING MASH : .-:

Thursday night of last week VIrs. S. G. Denmark was enjoyed Lg no head ocean Shrimp tb 69c l
'ollowlng the annual of
The reports
61pE party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green, ,Ulcers' and committee chairmen. 25 1.13100 lb. 4.43 QUICK FROZEN

and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd teacherof t Delicious refreshments were Red Perch Fillets It,. 33c I
i this class, assisted the young served> by the hostesses, Mrs. MN:
hosts In entertaining and serving James' Dennis Mrs. Eugene Long, '
refreshments. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr. QUICK FROZEN .

I Outdoor games were enjoyed and r I H & G Whiting, tb 19c
a novelty prize was given Cor' :: -

: the tackiest costume. 1 tb. rolls Pork Sausage tb. 43c

30 : B. & P. \V. Sponsors DA.BacTARKE 25 lb. 1.13-100 lb. 4.43 i I II

I USO Dance TonightAll FLA.Snr .

y High School students are"
i "., :Sinn., TuO'"., ;Mar. 13-13:
Invited to attend u dance this. I "" ''
evening (FrWay: ) In the U. S. O. TAP.ROOTS Daily ':. FRESH
auditorium sponsored by the f
Starke Business! and Profeislonal: \<\n llrttln. 'I'Susan' Hayward : !iGREEN) BEANS

Woman's Club. Tint short! '. Dr. of 1'aInlinK", ((90 pct.100) lb. 3.97 .= 2 lb. 2Sc

I. W.Music Anderson will, be Jr. furnished and sandwiches by A.. Cartoon II: Latent News ,: u I

will be on ante. by club members .\\'..d.. Ihur. Mar. 18. 11 YORK IMPERIALAPPLES
fr In the Snack Bur. All club 2 lb. 25c
'. members < IHHItLi: FEATVKE -
will be to ..
present serve aa I II ----- I" ,
a.. chaperones.
'", I ;
lf "'lIh Srntt Brady 2 bunches 15c

t ,ri......... Shadycrest Hospital last. Friday ALSO
Thunder River Feud
The 1 lr. show In Jacksonville a CELERY 2 for.25c

[D1NtB J fE.\1l $1080 \\'IXG I has been well patronized by Call- Ray Corrigan John King 1 i u "
't\ I streeters during the past week I'lii Latest News I IFrt. Quality CALIFORNIA '
"The Malone::10".A superbly comfortable' prf''-huih border Inaersprln! Among those warming seatsin II I FRESH DATES 14 25c I
the Gator Bowl at .. Sat., Mar. 18. 19 oz. -
one timeor
nalerialhcfferrd' foralimilrd
covered II. ..m.I..na
Buttress I
another were the Tom Slade 11 oz. bottle 1 18cI -------

time to celebrate a.e...Inrsary.r the E.B. Malone fonpaay. Eve at family Joan Smith the K. G. DOUBLE FEATl'RETHELAyCOMES YELLOW ONIONS, 5 tb. 19c

Malone 30" is ... member Dunce\nn, Linda Johns. Marcus
;,. skis$10.00saviaj"the fully guaranteed. J ----r-r-r-r r- .

tblskaBolteddter..visityourFuraitare4'ealertomorrow..t! kf.r Gene Brown.Matthews Myrtle an'and Jim daughter Deaver, TO TEXAS I Iona F-L-0-U-R RED POTATOES BLISS 4 tb. 25c

Mary E. S.
Agnes Matthews
'-, <*T.e Mal..e 3.< SH it! tryst! bay it! Luclle Mitchell. Garnlta ,
With Bill Elliott

On aol.! at the following deaJe-: Charlie Alex PurceU Parker an'Carolyn Sharon Kinney Hall, ALSOMUSIC 5 lb. - 33c' I -1'I I

Marion Faulk, the Guy Sales and
Charlie Oakes Charley Ted an* 10 lb. 63c \ &
Markley Ann Johns and doubtless Ilmmy Dorvy A: his Orchestra -
Hart Furniture Co. scads of others Cartoon: "'--t. rnvmnt". A \)\)
chap: 11 .IUd...... of Death \\X\)

Looks like all for now So Valley." : !J b.1.49

long See In L
i r .hone 80 121 K. Call St. Starke. Fla. you the nextCarolyn ,
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Friends of Miss Carol White for James. Williams, $424.82; Mrs. from the State Beverage Department taxes had been extended through

I will be glad to know that she la Edna Knight $315.PO; and Mrs. I stating. that the application error.
recuperating at home after undergoing Bvulah Prescott $215.21 were
I for transfer of retail! beer Arthur J. Spurgeorr representin -
/ a major operation at St.Vincent'a dlHiipproved.
dealer's license of Leroy Raulor- Micro-Rerording Co. of Tampa.
| hospital recently. Miss Bill of Dan Starling! / for niator-\
I, White wants to thank her many mist used in reconstructing* chimneys Mon hnd been disapproved because made the Board a proposition to

IIW THE NEWS ; friends for the lovely flowers la In the amount of $27.05 was. the eHtabllHhnwnt docs not, meet make a micro-recording of Ute

.' cards, candy and fruits received laid over until next meeting: the requirements of sanitary co"'". records In the Clerk's office to*
while in the .
--- 'I hospital.Mr. Purchase' nf a desk and office I It was brought to the attentionof be stored and used to reproducer'
and Mrs Frank Pickard
Mrs. J. T. Guy of Hamptonwas Mrs. Jack Bales spent Tuesdayin I and daughter: of Green Cove chair wall office authorized for the TaxAaae'ssor's I the Board that the Constitutional the county records In case of fire. -

a visitor at the home of Mr. Jacksonville with Mr. Bales Spring visited Mr. and Mm. Edward amendment exempting new lit stated that many counties are

and Mrs. W. ft. Halle Mondayand who was enroute to South Floridaon I Burns and Mrs. Mattie Qaj Deputy Sheriff's bond for Cecil industries from taxes expiredin safeguarding. their records In this
business. R. Whitehead in the amount of
Tuesday. j hagan Sunday. 1048 and that under the law no manner and suggested that it $1,000 was
Gingham pique lame Indian Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alvarez and Mrs W D. Faxon returned r approved.A added< protection to which all property -
would be legal
head dotted Swiss & daughter of Marlon. S. C. and Monday from Sumter S. C. where request for $50 to cover further exemptions owners are entitled.
The Tax Collector was
prints by the yard. STUMP'S. Oscar Alvarez and Mrs. Al Spen- she had been Visiting her ion-ln- coat of moving a Camp Standing Commissioners
structed, however to put The signified air
i I cer of Jacksonville .were In town law and daughter Mr. and Mrs hutment to the Wesley GrlffU
itRECENTLY > 1948 taxes against In.// Interest in the proposition and
Tuesday visiting relatives and at- M. C. Ford, Jr. and their newbaby
farm north of Starke was Hospital on his report of agreed to take it up at a later
APPLIANCESSALES8KRV1CK tending to business daughter Linda Dianne
proved.A I double assessments, and date when sufficient revenue Isi.
Mrs. Faxon had been in Sumter
Runner Peanuts. shelled Sis- communication was received! cies, due to the fact that said In sight to defray the cost.
0..1.1 <8 Oe..le trunk Feed &: Seed Store. for ten days.
Mrs. J. L. Simmons and Mrs. Runner Peanut. shelled. Sin-.

H. H. Young were Gainesville trunk Feed '&: Seed Store. I
visitors Monday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E A. Rowton

KEYSTONE .' Bertha Pearce left Wednesday and daughter Jan of Tallahasseewere I Come See This Bargain ; t "*
for Miami to spend ten weekend guests of Mr. and
SERVICE, Inc.n.I.P.I. days visiting relatives. Mrs. W. H. Graham at the Alvarez A

... Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Powell and cottage on Kingsley Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mrs. O. W. White has been SUITSr '
P....... tt spent/Sunday In Fernandlna. spending a few days with her I

I.. "'. Wllllamsca. ft.'I... I t'lM-d Ilangcs-at bargain prices son-in-law and daughter Mr. and e Modern Construction. Panel! HedlDrawer -
.. -Slade. Can Co. Mrs. C. W. Savage and Rev. and N.- "" w
Mrs. O. C. Powell In Jacksonville. \ Vanity t l-Dniwcr) 'hi'st! .
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A. C. Durden was able to be Walnut Finish tIi
moved to the home of his daughter -

Come fly And Ask For A Mrs. O. L. Beasley, :Monday i r1

from the hospital in Tampa. Mr. ('nmlwm
Demonstration Of :
Durden Is getting along nicely Thin \\llh i it
after being hospitalized but will WED: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Wynn whose marriage USl I) Any f43H 0 .

have to remain in bed for several wall an event of February 13. Before her marriage Mrs. Wynn was 3-PCs I.IVING I'' I T I 50.

weeks longer. Miss Nettle Mae Fowler of Lake Butler.

? ** No No Static Silver W""dlnB..JlII& / Crystal) Hill"Ilrr ring.Chosen{China I Room Sint } a' i .

: I'att..rn"-The Brlcl. Mhoprx. ,

J J4l1 *.. No Stations Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Waldo OES Notice Commissioners Say

of Starke accompanied by Mr. and I Too Late Now To t 69.50 Furnish h; e
Interfering Mrs W. F. Barefoot of Sander The Waldo, OES will hold Its The Spare Bed Itonm

annual Installation of officers on .
Better Tone eon spent Sunday visiting Mrs.S. Change Valuations Clean & inGard
A. Barefoot: In Tampa.Mr. Friday March 11, at 8:30: p.m.,
and Mrs E. S. Oliver of following a regular meeting of the It-(vnjj brought to the attentionof Shape High Back"" PORCH ROCKERS

Jacksonville were weekend guest* Chapter The Installation will be the Board of County Cmnmls- Can* Mewl' \A 0C See Thin 4'hair

of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. LevlnH. public and friends of the Chapter sinners, In neRHlon here Monday, And nlL<'k *!1 > Of ('"", r....
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and are invited to attend. that various/ property. owners were I I
Chas. D O S family and Mr. and Mrs. Harry requesting reduced aHxesimienta

C. Shepherd: Covers Tucker had as their /guests last Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherdhad for,1948 on their real and-or personal (Have Just Received I.AJW"We ; _

week Mr, and Mrs. P. S. Hutto as their guests taut Friday, property, and a consequent

of Savannah, Ga. Rev, and Mrs. Walt Holcomb of reduction on their tuxes. A Large Line Of The Odora Closets
Court & Madison Sts. Starke, Fla. Petunia anti other flower plants. Atlanta Ga. These requests were declaredto fAMOUS:

Friday & Saturday. Klntnink Mr. and Mrs George Simmonsand b. untimely because of tho '

Feed A Seed< Co. R. U. Stacey of North Branch, fart that all property ownersare 4.95
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells were Mich were guests last week of given\ ample opportunity at Howell Dinettes Only -

visiting in St. Augustine on Sun their uncle John I/glow, and cousin the proper time to offer objections -
Every Branch of Mrs. C. F. Ward. While here or to submit testimony as
day.Friends of Mrs G. W. Boan they visited relatives In Jacksonville to the values of their various SEE THEM NOW Use Our BUDGET PLAN

INSURANCEH. will be interested to know that and the Marine Studio propel. 'tics.Ily .

she has returned to Starke after DRESSES ARRIVING DAiLY falling to avail themselvesof

spending the past seven monthsIn AT STUMP'S STORE. this opportunity, the values as IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

Charleston, S. C. with her son, Judge and Mrs. Olin Hathcock flxod by thu Tux Assessor andaorrptrd

W. O. Jackson. Mrs. Boan la now of Atlanta, Ca. are guests this by the Board are decl.ired -

C.:WALL AGENCYPLEASE making her home'with her son week of Mrs. Janie Avery and \,. to be tho Just values upon Denmark Furniture Co.
w in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Erline Bussey. which the various mlllugen are

PHONE 146 Delbert Green. of Hellbronn assessed" it was pointed out. If
Mrs. R. M. Lee and son
Springs. the values are Inter reduced, a PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.
Bobble, left Saturday to Join Mr.
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Poll I'urrott & Star Brand Lee In Colorado Springs, Colo consnqiient reduction reHults In

children's shoes at STUMP'S. after spending the pant several the budgetary amounts to be re-

Mr., and Mrs. Granville Ashton months visiting Mrs. Lee's mother, wived and a decreased revenue
---- Starke of Smithfield Va. spent Mrs. E. J. Dowllng. They accom- will result, which will have to be
the made In the next taxable ,,
past two weekends here as panied Mrs. Louisa Wainwright up year
the guests of Mr ...Janie Avery tho Board .said. :. '
who Is traveling to Los Angeles,
-. and Mrs. Erline Bussey. The Calif. Other matters coming before the ..
Starkes enjoy visiting their name Friends here are receiving Invitations Board Monday were: r -
FOR SALE Bottlebrush FOR SALE: HerrINt..r..d Brahmer. I
sake town while enroute to South L. and M. L. Watter-
Pull yearling with papers See. to a piano recital given J. Wynn
LJguatrum, Abella 2 miles grandlflora.northof Maurice. Edward Jr, Starke. It Florida for their vacation each by Miss. Nancy Llghtfoot Monday son appeared, In regard to the

Mrs. Robt. Dodd FOR RENT: Nicely furnished. 3- year.Dr. evening at the Friday Musical cloning of streets In the Indian
Keystone Heights. ltp bedroom cottage with bath. New and Mrs. M. B. Herlong Auditorium In Jacksonville. Miss Beach and Lakeside Subdivision.

b'h''t; :r of heater Commerce; Inquire. at were weekend visitors in Lake De- Lightfoot Is the daughter of the on Lake Santa Fe. They suggested ,
llvl.lon of land bay.Ing bulldlnirt
on It building Iota on ana Lancey.Mrs. former pastor of the Baptist that' due to the difficulty of the
near new BlandiiiK. highway. Income APAHTMKNT FOIL ItKNTroom, T. F. Landrum and daughters church. Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light.. general public in getting to thin
property nicely of furnished a )-room. eottaae.Knrloied ana broom -. vate nicely entrance furnished, apt for rent. I'rl- Idell Martha and Frances foot. lake to fish, that the county
private bath. Eleo-
porches and yards. Good trio Ice brat aa for hot water visited Mrs. Landrum's parents, TTmsI Itangefl-at. bargain prim purchase property to be convertedto
wells. and cool and shady In urn- heating A oouklnll'- W. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers In Jacksonville public UK8. The matter wanlaid .
-Slade Gas Co.)
mer. Timber and pulpwood to Madison St.
partly pay for It. and about SO. If KWH over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs A. L. Sullivan returned over for further consideration. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
acres fine paiture partly fenced.Near INSURANCE writ all lineal Used Ranges-at bargain priced E. A. Winkler appeared in regard -
Starke. All for IMO fir., automobile, liability and to.their home In Theressa .
TermH. to responsible people. P. O. life. Bee me for your In.uranoe -Slade Gas Co.) after spending the winter In Miami to a proposed gymnasium. for
Box 806 Btarke. U need N." t>. Walnwrl.ht. Jr., Itt Friends of Mrs.
Mae Jones of the Starke .school and he was referred -
W. Cai l: 8t: Phone lt .. tf *
Jacksonville will regret to learn Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch are to the School Board. Super Specials Our Market! '

MATTRESSESOF !: she Is ill at the home of her moving/ back to their home In.I Dr. A. Y. Covlngton/ directorof

REST ALL KINDS I brother-in-law and sister Dr. and Arcadia Monday after spending | the Hoalth Department. reported -
Mrs. W. E. Middleton.
RENOVATEDif the past nine years here. Their i that Woodrow Thurman.
VH?LE YOU SLEEP! Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Cornwalland many friends here will regret to I sanitary engineer had resigned
children, Judy and Richardof see them leave. I and that he was endeavoring to

MATTRESSESRENOVATED Candlewood Hill Hlgganam, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caatelbcrry I I employ a suitable man to succeed Cut STEAKS 49clb.
Conn. Any
? were recent visitors of of Auburndale were weekend him.It.
Mrs. Cornwall's sister Mrs. M. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin | was voted to appropriate $!'jO

F. Brown. Lawson. On Sunday afternoonthe from the Hospital Fund towardthe
FURNITURE Mrs. S. R Johns Sr. returned Cantelberrys and Lawson fam- expenses of Mrs. Thelma

I One Day Service KErPHOIATERKD: last ;week from Augusta* Ga. ilies had a get-together at the Finch .who is seriously III and in

AND REFINISHED where ahe had been visiting hersonInlaw Ewell Lawson home. need of an operation.

CALL 51-W Drop VII A Card and daughter Mr. and The Rev. B. E. Simmons was Jus. Gamble Rogers, II, architect Smoked Bacon 39c
HASTINGS: MATTRESS CO. Mrs. C. N. Christy since Christ. the preacher at the mid-week Lenten submitted perspective and lbs.
mas. service preliminary plans for the proponed
STARKEBEDDING Box 230 Palatka, Fla. on Thursday evening
STAR Brand dress & work at St. Mark's Episcopal Church county jail. These were approvedand

Co. 'OTn',,: TO IFIUSw"Ij"J' shoos for men at STUMP'S.Mr. In Palatka. lie spoke on his he was Instructed to prooei'ti
Certain death to ticks, fleas, lire and Mrs. Hogan Smith have work with the prisoners m the with final plans and Hpeclflcatlons.
you can lln"l a full linn tit tint Kentaer -
Also Slip Covers Pet Nupplle*, the fluent dug had as their guests Mrs. R. C. State Road Camps and of the In regard to local legislation

preparation,tad Fred made iomvnnr, at MletrMMkanerd ,. ..'.r..... Weaver of Jacksonville on Fridayand I spiritual needs of our penal InlltlI providing for n re-registration. of Bacon Squares 27cib.iKNKHAL
& UpholsteringFOR lIp 1-11 Saturday and Mr. and Mrs I, tutions.I'wd. the county electors, County At. .

FOR 8ALRl"B: ..d radio, phonographs Artford Brown Jr. of Gainesvilleon faim-ut bargain prlrrnBlade torney H. V Knight advised that .
SALE\ CHEAP: 1 Franklin pf>rtHbl'.*n, J.05 up. Chun.C. Sunday. Gas Co. C ...*" .such legislation would not be legal -
automatic-draft' .. coul-burnlnn wood clreul..UnllII..t..r. heater: 1'ar. Hhephenl.& Mtilirtiin.Radios. 8tn- Mnal Covers.Cuurt if Maurice Edwards Is in Miamion Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duggins and and that the desired revision -

Both In KO"d condition.if business this week. little daughter. Carolyn are returning would boot be accomplishedby ( : : ( MII.LS H...:.... RISING; CLOTH; HAG
Telegraph' F.1.1.: .
Bradford County
'' FI.OIIIIM W DIIII>> l i i> Mr. and :Mrs. careful of the registration
Nate Dyal Mrs.E. this week to their home In a purging
2-, 4A 0-lnrli well Jt pump .' T. Vestal and Miss Judy Casey Salem, Ind. after spending thepast books by the Commliwlon-
SELL YOUR TIMBER Installed A refMilretlPhone spent the weekend In Tampa viII ton week In Stark- They ers.
13. or Writ. to
NOW J. ... RlHPoT'rMaorlenny iting Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Clark. state that they are delighted with Bills from Shadycrest Hospital Pure Gold Flour 25ibs 1.65
Highest Cash Prices Flu S-4tflyr' Mrs E. H. Smith Is expected I their stay here and expect to return -

WANT flood unfit typewriter home this weekend from Daniel next winter
WILL BUY IN BULK flnyle the (Cleaner Hiarke. It Unit hospital In Jacksonville
OR IN UNIT IXT ON LAKE SANTA PK Write getting along nicely after undergoing NOTIC'K: MARC1A JUNIOR
Hox 431. Xtarke, Fla .Itas Be sure to see "The Old Maid.
a serious operation re- FOKKMOST) : COI.OUKI: IN: tUAKTKICS:
EDWIN W. PECKOr FOR RENT: : 4-rm. furn. apt U bedrooms cently. Club" also ""Quack! Quack!" at BY LADY FAIR .

John W. TurnerI dining' room, kltcheneM.pvt Petunia gal. other flower plant., Hampton School auditorium at BEAUTY SHOP
bath' snparal..ntranrs) F
O. Box 463 A. Acotr, 8/111 Temple Phone M Friday A Saturday. HUlrunk 7:30: o'clock March 18th. Spon-
Gainesville Fla. lip Fred A Heed. Co. sored by the Hampton P. T. A. Oleomargarine 31 c

FOR ""r..:' t bedroom oult..mudlncciurh Mr. and Mrs. :M. T. Saden- Admission 3Qc! 20cWElDINGf .
and I oak dinette' table .A 4
Send postcard
me a
water had their
chair, 3 platform. rockers, A ,- as guests last
will come see you. burner Near Move Like newPriced Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William 1 1Ipl ..
to dell Hee H I I. C.Xt'sn.Ito e
ml. out New ltlan.>1ln. nl.) Gustafson of Gary Ind. J 1t
FUnVlSHED: unfurnished
ATTRACTIVE "block hou. oppo.lt. RFD box Mrs. R. L. Richard of Jacksonville
Clo.e In. De.lr- )
..bl... All apt.con..nl..n" Apply 2141. lip visited her daughter Mrs L- Vet's Dog Food Armour's MILK I Green Cabbage
Colonial Inn, 201 W. &I.dle.n. tt FOR RENT: : 2-rm cottage nnt., W. J. Epperson. Jr., Thursday of ..i L t ,
reened porrh. pvt. bath.' ila*
I..OMT: Black English bull. Marked. love ....,. Elect' refrltrerntor.All last week. .
wallow-fork.. I. ear: cropped 2 utilities. turn AI.HO rm. with Mra. K. G. Duncan waa the I 4 U for 19c lb. 5c
25c 2 2
,, 3 for
"pllta'Y. Fla In other. Louie Carter ate Law-*-" W.pvt.Madison bath. Mra.Bt. J. I. KlrnmonM, Itp I4 guest Gainesville of Mrs.Monday T. E. Duncan. In # t ---

RENT: S-rm. apt with shower,
FOR i I SALE-! : HAblilt fry. ". rubMt.' FOR cooking A heating. for couple. Mjr. and Mr. ,Harold Wall 'and Brand
gee l
nreeriinK a..... by-d .10"> hit!; Ctllltlea turn. lt...aotiat>.le. children. Bill and Nancy of St. r
ter Eater. A. 'bunnlee H '."t..n'LO'I ;: t.tt"I UP an Church fit lip Augustine are spending the week. We offer the people of Starke. /rte Tide Soap BABy FOOD Cooking Apples

von Rent-K-rtn.unfurn. house bath end here with the A. E. Wall I .
newly-da. ;. hot A cold running water. 34 mlotit and vlrlnltjr one of the most
FOR RENT: 4-rm. apt. ; : family. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wall l lri
Keystone Rnnd Jonnnv

.I 'curated"h..rry.Lls-hta.Bf,Couple'Tae.preferred.-- hot waterfurnished. J4IN '"I* ('hlldr.on..., corner 10th A Lake HI lip.. and Wall daughter.visited the Murla Harold, and Wall W, L.In ni xlrn and finest equipped I M I ET w enc. .j jn Powder 25c 3 for 25c 3 lb. --- 29c

HELP WANTED: Eiperlenced' wall. FOR SALE: email runabout. .boat St. Augustine Sunday. welding' !ahop anjrwberp. "(an yM IMC lt..stlri'M'A'tadesderr !
with '.7 h.p. Rvlnrude: motor. AI-
St... at GaJn..vlli..Good c'ariiwo drill. 137 par e,: .Vtln S y. .o trailer. 1300 lakes. all. "... Maiden Form Brassieres, / tsM tk'4 U smart .aapl Home Made Green TopCARROTS
t.-"k' : : : .IO Hhorty' at limit h'. riar..e M All Work Guaranteed *
a Phone U.In..v/ll.' Itp'i.n Gossard brassieres & irirrilm., to MT W all kt MkiUr! WESSON OIL
reverse charree WILT. LEAaRa well-eqtf'niMtd reetenrant SYRUP
&: Playlet girdles. STUMP'S.Mr. .
C-ton.take' at Key.tone Airpark todemrable SMITH'S GARAGEAND
1ff' Ford
WILL TRADE and Mrs. Woodfin G. Halle
The only reetaurantin ,
actualmile. party.
t.uck 3 .pssd asic FAIR FEAUTY SHOP
.:. far 3 mi.car.s. ot WII.y tI.rk.MichiganRanch. Hn'''. : .a growing neeee.arv.recreational.- Roy canterRvperlenea tfHrnwntna Jr. and daughter: Linda Sue and MACHINE SHOP LADY:JM$ v:'" SVtW.f 25c Pt.
"P Airport M.,.. Keystone Sandra arrived here Wednesdayto 99c Gal. (Glass; 2 Bunches 15c'r
ion "
running AIrpark. Key.tone Helarhla ria It visit :Mr. Hall.'. parents. They Temple A... S arke 8' "fAAlOA'A > J

FAR RENT: : J-rm.. houee. FOR RENT: I cottage, hot A cold will return to their home In MI- ""RAlJlOAO
wets Hert.. ... 5"rftrdla"ll! water shower. .A lavatory Mra.Klnney ami Sunday. ...fNr Ptfo..r '.
box $84. IIIta.... Fl.- ltp 201 N. Cherry. lip



SIX BRADFORD COUNTY 'I'a..irCItA1il, !! RitE, FLOMUA __._ .. f"RiD.h', L\RCII II, 1H1t!

and children of Ralford, John Al- Emma Anderson, Joyce Davis 0 .' and we tip the hat to Mr. Rusher Slaughter of Jacksonville, national. Tuesday calling\ on members of his Office' Supplied! at the Bradford

len and Barbara Shadd and Mrs. Patsy Kucera and Carolyn Brad- and Mr. Bleha who, incidentally, ly known author and lecturer. church and others and distribut- County Telegraph.

State Farm W. T. Nasworth and children ot ley. Keystone Heights Invite you to drop by and inspect The banquet will be held in the ing, "The Community Church ..,.

Starke Jean and Phillip Sullivan Bridge nub Meeting,: Whltefeather Court. It's beautiful Inn beginning at 7:30: o'clock. Messenger."
By Mrs." Bryan WhltfleW of Evergreen, Leslie Shadd of El- don't miss it. NOW IS THE TIME
Spring flowers In variety addedto Jacksonville callers Sunday were
Mrs. William LaMorte of New
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bran-
lerbee. the attractiveness of the home Mrs. B. Cunningham and sons, FOJK
York and her
children Bam-
Miss Paulino Brannen, Mrs hitefrather Court
nen, of Mrs II. J. Kucera for her meet
Celebrations Edison Richard, .and Warren.
Birthday Dennis Fancher, Mrs. J. G. Cald- Nears Completion Keystone ServicrsIn by, Bunky, and Tommy, are va- .
Mrs. E. A. Grlffls honored ing of the State Farm Bridge
Mr. and Oveida and well, Mr. and Mrs. J A. Sasser, Club Thursday afternoon of lust Arthur H. Rusher and Edward' New Home Soon cationing with Mra. LaMorte'sparentll. . .. .
their daughters Frances Caldwell, Patricia Will- M. Bleha, constructors! owners W. J. Whltesldes, president of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Loedlth. with a party at their ard, Nancy Bates, Johnnie Ray week. After a dessert course was and operators of the Whltefeather Keystone>: Services, announces that Weeks, at Keystone Inn. Pine LevelBy
The dates served contract and bingo games!
home evening.
Friday Joe and Steve Court, announce that four units tho firm will move to Its new home
of the birthdays of the honoreesare and Billy Godwin were played. Prize awards on this r.ow under construction, about . . e .
Crews. Out are now complete and ready for
Hardin and Carolyn Mr*. II. M. MrRae
close: making a joint celebra door games afforded entertain- creation were as follows: for high occupancy and that an additional May 1.Facing. .
An interesting score Mrs. R. P. Stubbins won
tion appropriate. ment during the hours of the four will be ready shortly. 'Highway 100. at the Lake GenevaBy
decorative effect carried out In a coasters and for second high Mrs.J.
of Highway 21, the new Mrs. Robert E. Taylor -
This Is of the most modern
party. one
red and green color scheme and R. Kite received an address We have everything you
of Jackson
Blanche daughter ,
store will have approximately CunninghamMr. :
spring blossoms were placed to I' Nan Robinson used the St. book. The bingo prize, a hand- and beautiful courts in the South- under ville were last (weekend need for the small plot or
8,000 feet of floor guests
and din kerchief, went to Mrs. Dennis land. Each unit has a living room space '
In the living
advantage farm
of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae.
Patrick's Day theme attractivelywhen with overstuffed furniture witha one roof. The store proper will
ing rooms. There were two "birth- Fancher. and Mrs. Robert Myrick home with ALSOCOMPLETE
Mrs. McRae returned
have modern feature, "But",
her anniversary studio every
birthday couch
celebrating Immediately convertible
day" tables, covered with white Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker and and little daughter/ of Pine Level
states Mr. Whltesldes, "the old them for a few days. LINE
tables were at the home of her Into a comfortable double and Mr. and Mrs.
linen cloths. On these Bishop Myrick
their daughtersClarissa/ and An- feature of complete informalitywill Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick HARDWARE ITEMS
bed. The bedroom has double
Mr. and Mrs. Bodie
the artistically decorated cakes, parents, of Gainesville were guests of Mrs.
drea, of Tampa were visitors of not be disposed of". and spent last IMPLEMENTS
Balloons I beds equipped with Simmons Beau- daughter Kathy FARM
one holding 12 lighted tapers and inson, Saturday evening. Sue Myrick over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fancher
Services deals In build-
Rest Keystone weekend with Mrs. Susie Myrick
mattresses Venetian ETC.
and later TOOLS
I made
the other 10. Additional pretty
Mrs. Ida
Weekend of
from until guests
Friday Monday.Mrs. lumber elec-
cold served favors. After the exciting blinds and tastefully selected! ers supplies, paints, of Lake Geneva.Mr. .
wieners and as I
were H. M. Rlcharde had as trical and M. Gentry and daughter were Mr.
: draperies are Installed throughout. equipment sporting and Mrs. W C. Conner
drinks. Guests enjoying this affair opening of lovely gifts, Ice her luncheon guests Monday Mrs. and Mrs. James Jackson of New
with the hosts were Mrs. J. R. cream, cookies and drinks
Parker and her daughters, Clarissa served. Those attending this cour- her mother, Mrs. Wilson of Tay- and seasonal guests, Mr. Rusher W. O. Watklns of Jacksonville. H. H. Lewis spent Sunday with
Andrea of Mr. and tesy were Harold Lennon and and Mr. Bleha have neglected Mrs. Bishop Thomas of Brooker.
and Tampa Keystone InnUmlergoe 'K'TRUBLUE
lorvllle. Ill and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Business callers in Palatka Sat-
Mrs. Mallle Grlffls and children, James Newsome of Starke, Sonny nothing and spared no expense Repair Mrs. Owen McRae and son,
and Mrs. F. H. of Mrs.
Long urday were B. Cunninghamand
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grlffls and Engram, Dewey Thornton Caro- Starke. In equipment and decoration. Each Keystone Inn Is undergoing a Edison. Harley, spent Sunday with her'

children, Howard and Charles lyn Crews, Patricia Wlllard Wan- Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. unit is completely furnished :wits "face lifting" in the form of ex- son, mother, Mrs. Albert Conner, of

Redding and Herbert Grlffls all. da Lee Llnzy, Dorothy Morgan, J. A. Bouvier were Mr. and Mrs. linen, cooking utensils, china, silver tensive repairs, redecoration and Ben Rose of Keystone Heightsand Providence.Mr. I'

of Pine Grove, Maxie Wilkinson Betty Williams, Jimmie Moncrief, Cecil MrRae and their childrenof gas heater with thermostatic painting. The dining room proper Wayne Major celebrated their and Mrs. Robert Myrick CLEANERSPECIAL
control birthdays Saturday with, a delicious visited Mrs. PRICE
; gas refrigerator, gas I has been complete and Is in and daughter, Kathy,
of McIntosh, Mr. and Mrs David
stove and plentiful cupboard space. dinner served by Mra. Ma A. F Hall and Mrs. Robert Taylor -
I operation, as Is the newly decorate $1.50
Hamrlck of Gainesville and Mr. i
Guests included Mrs. Rose
Baths are ultra modern, fully jor. in Jacksonville Monday |
and Mrs. W F. Rousseau and Mr. I ed private dining room. and Mr. and Mrs. Neil of i
and tiled. Hot Major BRADFORDHARDWARE
beautifully water Mrs. John Schultz of Pittsburgh
Under the able direction of Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Smith of Jack
SAPP'S STORESPECIALS la furnished by a centrally located Jacksonville.Mr. Pa., who has been visiting friends
sonville. and Mrs R. A. Weeks, lately of' CO. j
plant.It Starke, have been and Mrs. Arnold Carlson In this section for the put two
Mr. and: Mrs. Graham Put.man guest rooms .
Is obvious that Whltcfoather were Palatka business callers weeks, returned home Saturday.
renovated redecorated and
of Birmingham, Ala have been car-
Court will become favorite
Friday & Saturday March 11 & 12 /guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan a stop- pentry repairs completed without Monday.
Whitfield !since Sunday. ping place for vacationers. Ideally Interference ,with guests. Exterior Among those attending the

Miss Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville located near the center of town It painting will be started shortly. funeral of the late Sidney Churchof ITAl TRANSFER
overlooks Lake Keystone from an Keystone Heights were T. M. R B AL Li & SON COD
14 oz. Bottle Any RegularBREAD I was here with her parents, advantageous position. Two hun- The Inn, under the current Flnley Mrs. Wm. Nuttles, Mrs. V lulL STORAGE
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen, Fri management, Is coming to the
Stokley's Tomato day and dred feet of lake front are being fore with rapid strides. Delicious Ida Gentry, Hugh Ayres, and Mrs.
Saturday. converted Into a swimming beach Blanche Cunningham and son, We operate local
meals are offered with courteousand
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis Jr.
and for the and Edison.T. .
park pleasure O
of Gainesville were visitors of Mr. efficient service and the & long distanceanywhere
convenience of guests. A dock M. Finley and L. Church
CATSUP17c and Mrs W. N. North week- friendly atmosphere makes for a
end. will be constructed and boats furnished pleasant and leisurely evening"out" were Jacksonville callers Friday. cJS: In U.S.
for those who wish to fish Wm. Bolin of Jacksonville
Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. with all the comforts
2 for 27c -or just row for pleasure. home. caught a 9 lb. 6 oz. bass in Lake EXCELLENT
A. W. Anderson, Jr. and Mr and
la In
Landscaping now progressand Geneva waters Friday.
Mrs. Alex Yawn of Starke, Mr. STORAGEFACILITIES
additional lighting being installed T. M. Finley and F. Novotney
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and
The owners estimate that Reservation. Brink attended the Masonic meeting in .t _
Misses Juno and Frances
Peggy April 15th will be completion date. For C of C Banquet Melrose Tuesday.

Caldwell attended the family reunion This beautiful court is a valua- Mayor Frank Scott announces Mrs. T. M. Finley and Miss Agents For ---=-

Any Brand Mac In honor of the birthday ble addition to the community, as that reservations for the Chamber Lillian Gentry were in Gainesville
anniversary of Mrs. J. B. Cald- DelcherBros.
are the justifiably proud owners of Commerce Spring Banquet to shopping Monday. ; See us first!
well at her home in Ocala .
Sunday.Mr. who have accomplished the great be held this Saturday night are Rev. W. G. Aldrldge. pastor of '"
and Mrs M. E. Griner .
COFFEE5c DOG FOOD part of the construction them in brisk demand. The principal the Keystone Heights Community .
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Palatka. selves. It is close to perfection I speaker will be Dr. Frank G. church, was in Lake Geneva
Martin Relnau In
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Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Rlcharde

Under 2 Cans l 15c and- Jane- and- -Henry- Rlcharde

attended Holiday on Ice In Jacksonville

Friday night. I I ..

Price Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Murphy .
Regular had as their Sunday guests Mr. -

and Mra Curtis W. Murphy and :

Special TapatcoCOLLAR their eons, David and Charles, \ '
and Mr. and Mrs.; Harold Frlmuthand
Prince Albert .
their daughters, Nancy, Sharon \

PADS and Janet, all of Ocala.\ s6 6.;

,Mr. and Mra Fred Miller of ,

TOBACCO Perry spent the pest weekend with

Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher.

$$1 Each Miss\. Patsy Miller who has been '
with Mr. and Mrs. Fancher for "
25c _.
3 Cans .: her two parvnts weeks, returned home /with ,. "'I.-""tJ"' ,

:. During the past week Mrs A. ru
M. Rlcharde visited Mrs. Lula

f e ,Octagon Soap Soda Crackersor days.Mozo In Jacksonville for several MMN.. ..,. w.r.MNr w..,:J;;.w..wa": ..MI'_ :<" w ahLumm"MiRW.fM.4NaMMM1r, b y 1
After spending two weeks with g E

her son and daughter-in-law Mr

Powder 1 ft. Box and Mrs. J. A, Chesaer, Mra. A. w
J. Chesser returned her homeIn E r i
I Hawthorne Saturday.Rev. A Memo from

John L. Bray of Raiford ,.f.j'I!.':' u-".' AEI 4
3 for 25c'23c Each and Deland and his guest, R. C. ::1r ,..(: .'V" "'P.I-: '' xsa; .r y S I+'G

Gray of the latter place, were General Dwight D. Eisenho73r

supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I I W. O. ngram Friday.HERE '*

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Organizations and institutions' -educational, beds and wheelchairs in Veterans' Hospitals-the

social humanitarian-supported financially by Red Cross remains a constant friend and counselor.

LASTS LONGER voluntary individual contributions are character
: And to all of us, the Red Cross is the recognized
istlo of our way of life..evidence of our people
civilian disaster relief agency. It has the know-
A19u readiness to In their forefront
help each other. ____________ I
how to meet human needs growing out of a large-scale :
Now the famous ServtlGas
>I ,w e ,tt II I you can get is the American Red Cross.
? national !
Refrigerator-only refrigerator, ?

., that stay. silent, lasts longer. The Once a year the Red Cross calls upon us all to '
For all these deeds and for the other services
? lU different frees' help on its work.
reason simpler carry :
f 'I. it performs the Red Cross deserves our continuing '
..... If P I I ing system has no moving partat a Each of '
r''t r us has his own personal reasons for support.
Just a tiny las flame does the work. .
answering this call. These are mine: .
More than two million families are
A /I.
j t ,- enjoying Serve! Gas Refrigeratorsright To men in the Armed Forces the Red Cross is a J -

;, now. Many have had theirs prompt efficient friend in personal emergencies. ..J .

18 and 20 years. And all of them / -

,1 will tell you, "Pick Servel.! It stays, To war veterans-particularly those confined to

noiae-free,wear-free year after you" '


a 1 lI *McBride y Mary Margin! 'You too can help through Your RED CROSS + Give How !

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ucn a d.tr.- In n.
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fit your fr*. copy ot / .... .'
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y,,, i / Inakl, Story" by rail
: '. .beloved .

.t' I a off to netting delay your Don ffwporur.Don't t put Koch Drug Store Western Auto Associate Store Andrews Motor Co.

g, SLADE GAS CO Denmark Furniture Co. Dewey D. Williams Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry r

Phone 121 Two Doors From Railroad, On E. Call St. PAINTING & DECORATINGPAG1e

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teases, Mrs Hoarco Cain and Mrs. 1'. .... C. HM-akrr| her sister MM. J. L. Williams.Mis .
Revival At The TabernacleCarl es Betty and Ethel Mae
Union I I
L. K. Ratllft. Captain Tanner, Salvation Army
and Mi Hilda Brown, of
Durling a
Begins SundayIn Brooker Jean and Hurry Watson, Bobby officer from OcalA, will speak at Jacksonville, were weekend visitors
Sunderson of Chicago, Ill., Wasdln and Maure Ratliff reportan the Youth for Christ meeting on I
Hampton Hall member of the Christian Business By Mrs. Paul Stewart all-night fishing trip on Samp- Saturday evening. Last Saturday; : here..
J. T. Thursday
Mr Guy spent
Men's Committee, spoke on 1 son River Saturday night, the speakers were Ralph Stoker I night and Friday In Waldo, where
Joseph H. Anderson nationally
"Heavenly Treasurers' 'and "Gor : COME: ALlto Cain and end J. H. Anderson. .
known evangelist of Minneapolis COME: ONE Mr. and Mrs. Horace she assisted In the Mission Study
Minn., who has had years of experience don L. Purdy of Park of the Palm the big chicken supper and binge; family, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff Evangelist Bob Lang, Green program held In the Methodist

in the evangelistic field presented a musical program at game being sponsored by the 1 ladies -I and sons Maure and Walter, CatFish villa, S. C.. spoke at the Sunday; I church. Monday Mrs. Guy left
throughout the United States and the Tabernacle Sunday night of the Home Demonstration Morgan, and Speck Casey all morning service at the Christian for Lake City, where she will

Presbyterian ChurchThe Christian Church I Canada, comes to this community The Tabernacle members observed Club for the benefit of the Brool I enjoyed the past weekend fishing ) Church. I visit the Wallace Joplin.

highly recommended. the usual first Sunday er Baseball! Club, Saturday after on Lake Curt Last Friday wait Display Day; Friends. of H. D May are pleased
First Presbyterian. Church : Communion at the morning hour noon. March 1%. A beautiful radio] Billy Rawles, formerly of Pa- of the to learn that he Is much improved -
Regular services each Sunday Mr. Anderson has been .working for the 4.11 club girls
welcomes you to Its morning wor- as follows: I'in the penal Institutions, winningmen with R. J. Gomes bringing the will\ be given away. hokeo, who Is attending the Uni- Hampton School. Miss. Dorothy after being confined to a
service at 11 a.m. The themeof message and special music by Palatka hospital last week. He
of Florida was the guestof
10 a.m. Sunday School and women for Christ behind Miss Louise Kelly of St. Petersburg versity Rose, county Demonstration Ag-
the day la "The Suffering Ser- 11 the bars. Mr. and Mrs. An. Edna Noegel. spent the weekend with I'll'. his uncle and aunt, Mr. and ent, wan present, and visitor Is now convalescing: at the homeof
Someone has called the a.m. Morning worship A sacred concert was presented his brother. P. J. Moody In
vant". derson have visited the Raiford and Mrs. Charlie Kelly. Mr. Louie Dempsey, Sunday.Mrs. viewed the handwork the girls had
Cross of Christ the "Maker and 7:30: p.m. Evening worship prison and have also spoken in Monday night by Mr. and Mrs. W H. demons of Auburndale Hlllinrd BroURhton of made during the past few monthsRefreshments Palatka.
Yardstick of history." It is undeniable 7:30: p.m. Wed. evening prayer various churches In this community. J. Byron Crouse of Wllmore, Ky was visiting friends here recently Gainesville spent the weekend of raisin cookies

that the world changed meetingThe The Musical Millers will be and attended services atN < here with relatives. and orange ado were served from

with the coming of Christ, and pastor, John B DIxon will The Hampton Union Prayer heard Friday night March 11, at Hope Church.A. Mr. F. Griffin of Gainesville 3to4p.m. PHONE 218

has continued to change for the deliver the 11 o'clock sermon with Meeting!' has invited the Anderson 7:30 and on March 17, at the B. Surrency of Starke spent visited her husband here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Marty Frank of

better as men receive Him into Rev. Joseph H. Anderson, prl>on 'i: to conduct an old-time revival same hour special\ Temperance otIVinona Sunday with relatives Betty Jean Jones and Basil Detroit Mich.? who are spending COLONIAL
their lives. there In the Community Hall be- program by Virgil C. Finnell !Mrs.' T. W Markey and Mra. Davis attended the dance In the winter at Flagler Beach, have
Sunday School at 9:43: a.m. evangelist from Minneapolis. Minn ginning Sunday. March 20. Tho Lake, Ind. will be pre- Mattle Sowell spent Friday afternoon Starke Thursday night. been recent guests of Mr and
Every department of our church conducting the evening services. opening service will be at 2:30: ( sented. with Mrs. Chester Andrews Mrs. M. U Watterson. FLORISTFLOWERS
has caught the spirit of coopera- Children's hour each Friday af- p.m., continuing every night at On Thursday, March 17. at 7:30: at New River Mr. and Mrs. Mack MrKlnzle H. Mrs. O. W. Rahme and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
tion and unity as manifested by the ternoon at 3:30. C. Y. F. meets 7:43.: : p.m. Virgil C. Flnnell of Winona Friends of Mrs. Cephus Harre of Jacksonville Roy Starr and baby son, of Miami
Friendship Class and their gifted Friday evening at 7:30.: All young Fred Dodd and Preston Durden Lake, Ind., chairman of the Prohibition are glad to learn that she I Is C. Surrency of Emler Jacksonville and and of are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde '
Mrs. Maxine son
teacher, C. M. Turney. Every Sun- folks are urged to attend this will direct the music. National Committee and Improving nicely after being conS ftahme and George Rahme at
day new members are added to meeting.The I editor of the "National Prohibi- fined to bed with measles.Mr. II Gainesville visited their parents, their: home here. @
Everyone Is welcome to attend tionist" will speak on "God Savemerlca" Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency Sun-
our school but there is room for public Is invited to attendall and their Evangelist and Mrs. Lonnie Parker Mrs. Della Dyal and daughter,
bring neighbors. afternoon.
others. A welcome awaits you next services.J. \ have bought the Jake Robertproperty day Mrs. Alma Saxon, have had as
I Anderson states that thepurpose Mr. Flnnell has been active in John Ward of Hampton spent
Sunday morning.The here and plan to
opena recent guests Mrs. Sam J. White
B. DIxon, Pastor of these meetings Is the moral and social reform work the weekend with Mr and Mrs.Russell ,
Session will meet at the store soon.
of Tampa, Mr. and Mr. Clyde
spiritual welfare of the e-.Ure for lifetime. His lectures have .
Manse on Tuesday March IS, at CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST a },(r. and Mrs. Hamp Connely of Starling.Mrs. Allen, BtiHhnell. Mrs. Jennie. Rogers FOR ALL, OCCASIONSDISH
8:00: p.m. It Is urgent that all be CHURCH community. taken him Into 46. states where Ocala spent Sunday afternoon R. R. Jones and Mrs. Ruby Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bruce,
he has spoken before varied au- with Mrs. Mattie Sowell. Weaver and children of Tampa
present to discuss plans for fur- Jacksonville Mrs. Clay Parker GARDENS
thering the renovation of our Services every Saturday night, Baptist Church Hence Mrs.' Bessie Browning of Jack visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones Mrs. H. C. Parker, Jr., and children -

church and for the celebration of i Sunday morning and Sunday night, innvllle was vliilUng Rev anti over the weekend.Mr. Diane, Clay and Keith, and POTTERY
55th: anniversary. 11 a. m. ant, 8 p. m., at Congregational "Moving the !Mountain of Fear"Is St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. Lawhorn recently and Mra. Travis Byrd and Pam Goolsby, High Springs, Mrs.
Prayer meeting will be held Methodist Church on the title of the Pastor's sermonat Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and family of Glen St. Mary were Dyal, who Is still confined to her POTTED PLANTS
In' the chapel at 8 a.m. Wednes- I Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Qrlf- the First Baptist Starke this lev. B. E. .Simmon. B. !)., Vicar family spent Sunday In Jacks guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones bed, due to a broken hip Is somewhat FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE

day. Let us each make this brief fie, Pastor. Sunday morning. The second In Rev. B. E. Simmons, B. D.. Vicar vltle with Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond Saturday night. Improved.

hour a definite part of lives and the popular series of "Moving Sunday, March 13: Crews Rev. Fred Dodd and Claude Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Williams
let us strive to help others to CHURCH OF GOD 10 a.m. Church School Nurseryand Mrs L. A, Mott and Mrs. Benin May of Hampton and Mrs. Neta had as their guests Saturday, Mr.
know the joy of Christian fellow- Mountains In March" as broughtby kindergarten departments in i Matt were In Gainesville Thurs- Dyal of Brooker attended the and Mrs K. L. Prime andlittle Nona St Stark
Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor i
ship and worship. 8th &: St. Clair Sta. 'Rev. Lewis D. Haines. The the Parish house. Primary, day. sing at the home of Frank Aber- ion, Klrmlt Lee, of Galn vllle.
-John Warren Kaufman, pastor. choir will be under the directionof Junior, and Intermediate de- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and nathy Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Sunday they entertained Mr.! and

Sunday School 10 a.m. Mrs. Lucille Green with Mrs. partments in the church. children of Starke were visiting Carl Jones and daughter, Mrs. Albert Stringer of High

CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Mona Canova at the organ. 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart TuJay. Betty Jean, Mrs. R. R. Jones, Springs I
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: and Mrs. Weaver were shopping Miss Margaret Hall spent the ,
Sunday Mass 10 a.m. p.m. '7:30 the sermon by Rev. S. W. Creasey. Ruby CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
Sunday School 11 a.m. y P. E. Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Sunday evening at : Free 6:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship in Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter spent In Starke Saturday after weekend in Starke as a guest of
Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. message by the Pastor, "It's cooperation with the youth of the weekend visiting Mrs. Baxter's ifr.. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis.

.. .. Don't miss the Happy Hour with the Presbyterian Church at the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny; noon.Clarence Melton preached at !or. and Mr. Audrey Turner
<" -- -- ------ ----------- the singing of request hymns Presbyterian Church. Lewis In Jacksonville. the Baptist Church Sunday mornIng and daughter Betty Joyce, of
played by the plano-organ-duo of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Lewis and lalnesvllle, were Sunday supper I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In Tuesday, March IS: : and night.
Mrs. Morse and Mrs. Mann. i 8 p.m. Lenten Evening Prayer children and Mrs. O. W. Baxter Jake Starling of Clearwater guests of Mr and Mr. B. L.Ilnaon. '

Sunday School meets at 9:43: I service. of Jacksonville were visiting visited relatives hero last week- .
The Heart of Town And In The Hearts. with departments and classes for The church is open dally for Friends and relatives here Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall had as

of The People" all ages staffed by 60 teachers, prayer and meditation. afternoon. end.W.. C. Burton filled his appoint- hair guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
and officers. Training Unions Rev and Mrs. McGauley of ment at the Christian Church at Theron Croft of Jacksonville, and

gather at 6:15: for."Training in PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Palatka visited their daughters, Sampson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Lee Croft and sons,
A Southern Baptist Church For AU People Church Membership", Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. Paul of Tampa.

The Bradford High School Basket 10th St. and Temple Ave. Stewart, Tuesday.We Holland Brown, of Orlando,
Sunday School flU) TrIll.... Unions 6:15: Ball Team has been Invitedto Sunday School 9:43:: : a. m.: Morning are glad to report that Mn. pent Sunday here with his parnLs -

Morning Worship Evening. Hour ,:Se be honor guests at the morn- Worship 11 a. m.: Bvangells- Eva Harrell Is out of the hospitaland HamptonBy Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown.
hour and to alt In a tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone at her mother's near WorthIngton Mrs. J. F. Houser, of Starke,
lliOO: Wed. MId-Week Service 7:30 Ing Mrs. M. C.
relcomo.3ICRCII. Springs. I. week withb.OS
coach in honorof Sweea.ye upending
body with their Mrs. .
Mr and Roy Green were
recent victories won In the conference -
OF CHRIST In Gainesville Wednesday after
MORNING: "Moving the Mountain of Fear" and the district. noon on business. Talon Revival ComingJoseph "
service Wednesday at 10 SundayChurch H. Anderson. Minnesota w
Mid-week Bible School a.m. Those enjoying fishing Saturday 61 STARKEOntheMlnit
EVENING: "ITS FREE" MS: with the message by the Service 11 a.m. Sunday at Lake Santa Fe were Tom; Bvangelelst has announced that
Pastor.A Evening Service 7:43: p.m. Sun- Markey, Clyde Con, and Tom an old time Revival meeting will Service
-- be held In Community Hall, beginning -
cordial Invitation Is extendedto Stewart all of Brooker, and Floyd NIGHT
ayBible DAY &
Visit! The Church With The Visiting all to visit and worship at the Study Is every' Wednesday Wiggins and Mr. Cason of New Sunday March 20 at 2:30:
Fader"O Starke. at 7:45tnstcte : : I' m. Evening Services will begin i
A. ...... .. ,_ 1 11 --'" .. First Baptist I River. promptly at 7:45: : o'clock. Rev.Anderson .Nloner. s NMRasW
The Home Demonstration Club "
has spoken at several
met Tuesday afternoon at the
Youth for Christ meeting, and
I Community Center. The ned also at last week's Prayer Ser Phone 52JMrs. I
meeting will be held Tuesday, vice. He has been guest speakerat I Hartmann
April a, at the same place. Wa >OI.tOw THI STO4H
Churches In Starke, Lawtey .
Mrs Floyd Wiggins of Now
look -oufstcte-a/fetrottnct f/ie car and Lake Butler, and this weeks
River spent Saturday visiting Mrs holding services at the Tabernacle -
Rosa Plnholster.

.' \ Wednesday The WMS afternoon met at ,the March church 2, Hampton In Melros churches have long "ANNISCONCRETE 1T

been noted for their splendid cooperation -
with Mrs. B ulah Harrell prenltl-
V \ rRUl: In Union meetings. anda
ent, In charge of the business .
great spiritual blessing Is anticipated -
'V \ .V session charge and of Mrs.the program.Mr J. W. .Thomatt for this community and I BLOCKSReady

district A
surrounding moat cordial -
Builders Hardware
and Mrs. Paul Stewart Mix Concrete
Invitation Is extended to those,
were in Gainesville Monday on MM Everything To Build, Repair or Rem del

: >C /j t the> 1J10Jt.&tltt l IBlJJfiY / / business. throughout ProgramThirtyfive the county.'outh Presented. ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc.

. . . 1034-1048 W. Main !Street Mouth
persons from the

Graham Starke Christian Church weretresent Phone 217 21S GAINKSVILLK; P. O. Boa 0
last Friday night When
i the Starke Young people presented .
By Mrs. John MrKlnney8IIOUKK
/ a program. The play 8ull Homes", was aptly carried Yes The Tourists And Transients Like

CF.I.I.ASr.I1'4 out, and the Junior Choir of over
J'' Our Food .
children's voices rendered
A large crowd attended the twenty
ilitccllaneous shower given last several bountiful detections. A duet .
Tuesday afternoon at the Chris- and quartet of familiar hymns .ate.
..... .
Cotson ,. to the
Miss Kathryn .t
tlan Church In honor of Mrs. Leslie were sung. r&( .J
; i Jones, formerly MUs MaryJane was pianist. for the evening, and 1r 1"q.: priflute. your buKlnrwi. and always
1 Thomas The bride received Johnnie Children the Director
Ca many useful gifts. and refreHh- The Program was held In' the J: 1J li F1 try to pirate our friends. at ...-.

I lents were served by the hos- I Christian Church.

I Still Serving Our Famous HusinesH! Men's



me scatter be wze 4 D001 SIOAr4 Rattle' Armageddon_ & Juilgrim-nt or Nation, (ro.. Koi'ri/: >fsoH!

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SUNDAY, 11:00: A. M.: GUEST: ; HI'.; \lHIC; : *

rfillpah'e. .firrt/HII nP. .aJl finseas?rr Z7eW7Qfnt Rev David Elmore: "The All-Powerful Name- Sew n Save!


The most Beautiful BUY for Performance with EconomvThe
Bob I"utlrHear
RiMe School. 10:00 A. f. Sunday 1M

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BUY for Styling straightaway-and of gasoline and oil mileage at journey's endBUY: for Comfort

will confirm your own deep-seated conviction that Chevrolet is -.

r the most beautiful Ivy of all for performance with economy! Come !

The most Beautiful Moreover, your new Chevrolet will keep on giving this finer The most Beautiful ''i the
BUY for Driving and brand of thrills and thrift with unfailing dependability, year BUY for All-Round world'sfinest

siding Ease after year for its the only low-priced car with a trorW champion Safety !
Volte-in-Head Engine holding all records for miles served %
sewing .r Uuafaat.edby

owners satisfied and years tested and proved. The Musical machine GiodUous.k'plag""r .evmar

New "DubUife" Rivetless Brake Linings-Last up to TWICE as Long I Millers I .

:- lining are secured! to brake shoe* by a special Omit fining wear or core> broke cfl'Vmfw lining Kfe v Makes Buttonholes V' 'Sews oaf Buttons

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proved by million of units under aS kinds of sized car in America to bring you this! important Gospel Tabernacle Fri. Mar. 11 V Sews Zlg-Zag J

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ed. Wo want them every day F. P. & L. Reports hurt and llitynf R Mahoney, trml-' peal'ilnre (pnriinnally or bv attorney
and trig arif] doing buHlnffH an Hltfhlunci ) with the Cleric of Bald
We want the tourists to park EGGS"I Court,
aid? I Steady IncreaseIn THE PRICE OF I Lumht Con.pany lenric* ChrlHt In Buld proieedlnKB on t>r before th.il'ith .
stay as. long at they want to. lunvon and Rlhollriil K. Chrlf.tlani.on, day of Murrh 1041 and. thereafter
we do not want to charge them Be Service James A, Graham ami M n Sherman to file. with mild Clerk you
and th tr heir*. iiuoceHitorH, written defemiM, If any to the bill
to stop with us. You will fineyour aIminldlretors I I I and amiliciiii, nnil all of complaint, at the time prescribed
Many years! ago a former student late A. C. >
metered streets shunned II Reshlencps In thin area served f> I Howard U' K was selling pm man* claiming' any estate, right by law. therein, setting up tao estate
t of the University of North eggs from the farm li" those daysat title or Interest In, or lion upon the ,right title or Interest In, 01'u".n
there Is any possible way and in I by the Florida Power &; Light told real .Htat. described, herein, De Hen the above described
estimation meters are no advel'URem..nt Company rank high In the use A, L. Alvarez of Brad. Co. to Carolina the writer that ten cents a doeh: told the fondants. claimed by you. Herein. property fAil

The following letter from J. C. my asset for any 811'alltown. I of electric service, .according to Walter E. McCarty of Brad. Co.: I every now and then when hiselderly writer that the hefU Should be The State of Florida to! J K not or judgement'! will b.. entered
and Mayor- or WIlllamK, who.* ailitrene la against you by default.WltneBB .
Bacon. business man them lots 8 &; 6 of Blk. 1 of A. UAlvarez's I Philosophy professor would ashamed to produce efcjfn at that known un hand and ..
My advice. is to pans I the results of a company surveyfor ; N. T. Kltch. whone athireus my .I.t
Commissioner of Brooksvllle Fla.. the 1918 announced byJ. addition to Starke.A. make a point In his lectures one figure; but they Wei's doing so la Starke, Florida; ; Salig l K Muhony. Stark.., ETadford County, )"Iurj.j' ".
has been received here by T. year of the mischievous boys In the just the same. Ye"II. fore that ., whose addreie U Naimau Co., thin' February 'J.Ih A.in.P.. 141
up.Our A. Edwards of Brad Co. to ;
town had signed' a contiait H. DuPre manager, yesterday. Vial! M. Hqulrrn. whose aldreuu. In (SEAL) A. Clerk of
\ 'rank Lamlrum. Starke attorney. Ernest Edwards of Brooker: the class would say, half aloud "what's the writer bought 51)* *ilce bananas unknown; the Telegraph for many of them. Citizens cam "The figures for 1948. Just compiled dr..... I* unknown John S. Florida. 2-15 4t : .11I"
a.rvl turned over to E 1-2 of the NW 1of the SW that got to do with the price of In Atlanta for 4 talckel had ; Bennett. -

S 'with a request that It be published I to me and asked me to nerve the on I, reveal this Interesting information 1-4 of Sect. 8, Twp. 7 3, Range eggs?" Well, something has had I a lovely room. In the tflrnpa Bay H wnone, Bonnrtt.addreHH whoie In unknown addree.; In Carrie un rinri'IT ('''''IIT. nil\0"0'

: : the City CommIssion and. .stop which reflects favorably 20 E 21) something to do with the priceof I hotel. summer rates, for a dollar known; 1,1110 M. I-anuley, whone ad- fin *'rv KLOHIIHII i\ tnIKKV. \>'.
containing acres: ; .also tires In .
I unknown
I did personally Mr DuPre ; fhloniio Title A
Brooksvllle Fla., meters, so on our community", the a 1-2 of Lot 11 In Sect. 7, eggs the past few days. Froma I a night and was Dtrged only 7CUHf c'., who.e addr Niil: :. Chicago, Ruby &r'lHher Kehoe, Plaintiff, vu
visited the metered towns I declared. "The use of electricity I 11t.1 Hankell, O llemhBrl. .. Ktnmett: F, Kehue, Defendant CliHe
March 1, 1949 high of eighty cents just a seventy-five cents for the finest "IOY" H
Twp. 7 S, Range 20 E alBa N 1-2 .
; Mahoney No. TIHBOHDEH
and I
and after making the rounds in homes Is an Index of the trading; and doing l>,il,l-
I>enr Mr. Landrum: could IYO!I of Lot 11 and the N 1-2 of Lot 12 few days earlier the price skidded Thanksgiving dinner tA\.t the old flONd a* Highland Lumber, ('nm-- OP Pl'ntJOATION
letter In regard to parking learning all that I standard of living in a communityand down various amounts to as law Leon hotel in Tall,.h lleli! could rainy who." address IM UrAd ford ANt NOTIOK TO APPEAR
Tour I convinced that the ".oney; the high use here results from of Sect. 7, Twp. 7 S, Range 20 E, C..., Florida,. : Uforiio Chrlntlaniton STATK OP KL.OIUIXA.I to: Hmmett
meters received. In reply firmly 119 acrea; also W 1.2 of the NW according to the papers, as forty put on its tables. SltQCtly after :whoRe addrenii I* at. Jonll.. Mo; F Kehoe, whose residence, and ad-
we could collect on meters was I a greater use of modern electrical Rtheltnd K. fhrlntlaniioii;: tires IB 938 Irving 1'urk,
cents in Adel. Ca. And this declining the writer whose ad. Chicago,
awfully went
will aay that I am glad. not woith, the energy and, most. conveniences. Ten) too while 1-4 of SW 1-4 of Sect. 8, Twp. T, Into the newspaper tire i.M tn Mt. JuHcph Mo'! .lumen A Illinois' : .
a. are the majority of our people Range 22 E, 20 acres. price in eggs Is typical of business a y0ut( man, flraham. whose addrvKB, In unknown.:: You are required to appear on
certainly not worth one cent ifar I prices on practically everything/ the decline M. lI. Sherman. Whose addretie. i IH April ii. 1949, In the above named
that do not have meters. though perhaps not student at the old FK>r'dft Normal
we D. L. of
Thompson Clay Co. to unknown .
Court and
and wherein
the drawbacks created were soared the coat ; their heir sue. ., cause plaintiff
Now It Is just this...any bunlnciaa as skyward average Richard P. Taylor Jr. of Jackson so drastic, In many other commodities. Institute, told us that fce would .ore, administrator and uxxlunH, BeeUa. divorce and reiitoratloa of
cO""PI'nN! of residential electrlcty was held It Is an effect of the law of like to set and all person" claiming anv estate, maiden name. Itradford County
has had -
: man who one grainof ville: the N 23: acrea of the W 3-4 some type Uioflo were right, title or interest In lien. Telegraph shall publish this Order
level and Is or
anti at a favorable now upon
experience knows that unless a Our people. buxlncss men of the N 1-2 of the NW 1.4 of supply and demand which Congress .the old hand-set day -"-for us as the real' Mate descrIbed below.. In next four weekly' lenueB.
certain amount of volume Is received -I resIdents did not want meter. about the same as It was before Sect. 2,1. Twp. 8 S, Range 22 E. In recent years has often needed and when aAKed what or- any part thereof. : Witness mv hand and official Beat 1
"* at Htarke, .
The east .Florlclil, this Mar..h 5.
In any undertaking it will 'and if you have 00 percent of the war. tried to beat but which ultimately amount of pay he wAnted.. said halt of the one south half east of the went one 1IH1

be A cosily business Your town your people that do not want them In 1918 figures show that will itself beat down all that he wished to b VeWonable, the northeast quarter., the quarter east one of A(OFFICIAL.. clerk SCAT.) A.. 3. Thomas,
Blood of mild
Bank half
Staff of
it* well ai a town the size of then tell those responsible flat- residential customers served by man-made laws agalnat it. that fifteen cents on! Pour would the northeast the Bouthwctiit quarter the quarter of Haven Crosby D. C.

BrooUwille cannot Install enough footed. that you do not want the the company In this area on the To Participaten seem about right. Aria An old half of the west one: half. west of on.the A. J. Thom..., Jr., Steaks, Florida, ,
damn things. anti simply don't. average used 1292 kilowatt hours Price. And \\agen Relative iM.uthwent quarter of the north Ally for Plf. 9-11 4t 4-1
mntera that will pay off dally to song, first heard; Aftor more east quarter; all that portion of the -
..uT>port the hiring of a mwhanlctn have, them. That Is what I did. compared with only 1105 In 1912, Tampa Meeting We have often said that prices years ago occasionally )Iteepa running .oulh.net quarter of the northwest irinriir. ('.stilT URI>KOHII.

lake care of them and It most l and I cancelled, the order for $18- an Increase of 17 percent Officials of Starke and Gainesville and wages are relative any way. through the writer's!? mind, quarter tfoaboard lylnw Alillna and' Itallroad hnlnaH. right t of the of <..01..:al%V.Margaret. .rv FLUKIIXI iv: fii\:>-

'",rUlnly will require a mechanic 000 worth of I them. "rn terms of better living", It does not matter primarily "Johnny on the llroa.d, way': the eouthweet quarter. of thequarter Hoiifemtartnep. I'latntlff,

trained to take care of them. Not We do not want any Interference. Mr:-' DuPre said, "this means take blood an Important banks are* part expected in the to whether the minimum wage Is for- "Johnny on the ficA] MoutheBiit Townxhlp 6 South, all Rang In Hortloa gj ease 12, (VB'.tse. John No nengatner 7181OROKK I ; Defendant

only that but In small towns .. In having people stop and homes are more comfortable In tycents as at present or seventyfive "Johnny get your hair cut .and the northeast. quiii'ler of the OF PUnt-rOATION

\ .j i nw-ters will he very unpopularwith shop with us. Meters will not summer because more fans and air annual meeting of the Florida cents as proposed even "For fifteen cents." 11 northwest and 12 In quarter Wood,lawn belli. Lote ii, 8, I AND NOTICEJ 'TO APPUARBTATK :
Association of Blood Banks to be Subdlvlnlon, (>F FLORIDA to: JohnHiHtfengartner
rural I customer( that trade help uto that end, so we do not conditioners are used; more electricity five or-ten dollars an hour. The And yet people were about) as according, to a map or plat thereof whoxn' reeldtince and
ami I and won't have them. is held at the Floridan Hotel Tampa I crux Is what will that recorded In Plat Hook 1. ort page 1, uddreBH; IB: B24: 25.lrd:I Street, llellvn .-
tn your town your young pi-o- want used for laundering. on Saturday March 12. All scsslons | forty (rents happy then as thebe now. or the public record of Bradford .>ne, Long iHlancl, New York
pta will also resent meters. Con-, S. C. Ilacon clearing and other household or that seventy-five cents or that There wasn't so much mohey.\ but ('nunIY. Florida and teig In H..o.I You are required. to appear on

arquently your meters will bi MayorCommlsKlonerBrookivllle chores making homework lighter to the, Including public scientific according/ are open Dr. i 1 five: or ten dollars buy? For lie it went a heap further; end there tI"n* east U.. Township. 5 South flange April Court, II and, IOU cause'!!, In, the wherein. above plaintiff namoil

abused and In mnny Instance, Fla. Actually in 1018 each kilowatt R. (do not eat or wear money but the wasn't so much to ,p ell" it for Defendant, Oreetlnim: Von are xeikB divorce. A: cllxtody A controlof '
Jt. hereby
Murphey, Tampa president. notified
will be torn down ,things that will. buy. And either since all needed\ a proceeding to minor child, llrlidfuru CountyTeleitiaph
they nightly money we with
quiet tItIm
The T..ll'lralh.Ic..m...* letter hour of electricity on the average, "We are proud of the fact that < hit. been hroulfht I III the shah publish this OrderIn
You cannot polite them ev..yhour. ( 1'leanekeep did more work than It did in member banks I'I (Congress which some years ago gasoline was to clean clothes% and ((''Irrult ('nurt In and for Rr"df"r'l next four weekly iBHUex.WltnexB .
lie MihHrrlhtTN. our are self "unty. 10'1"1'111..
from supporting" "lII'lIln.t you hand, und official seal
your mv
That would be. too rosily. thought forty cents to be somewhat operate an occasional gasoline heln.
loll because modern elccetrical etmecpNsre. a.lcnlnl.'roll..r.' .nd
them nhort aid pntwlhli', pr. Murphey says "and atClarke, Florldu rhlK March I h.
Why meters? It it revenue or MM appliances are more efficient. '', near about right for a engine with, picture!! show)\ had as.igns, and. all other pemonx. clulmIny I'.M'IOI'KICIAfj.
although there I.. no hard anti that we neither cost the taxpayer any estate, right title or Inter ( SEAt A. J. Thomas
parking conditions that you are This is particularly true of electric I minimum must take Into consideratlon not.come into vogue, th% country in, or lien upon the real .
last limitation'. to length a.* long money nor do we have to con- !! proper AB Clerk of ald Court.
after? If it Is money, then It in and motoroperated now the trend downward as a whole had not AoVjpted the ty nerelnabove norlhed, or any JV: Hut'en Crosby, D C.
an they are Interedtlng. Name ranges many duct annual community fund rais- part thereof and yoU are hereby. '1'; Prank nulruin.. Htarke., Florida..
the most resentful form of get. : I' (that many things have followed cigarette habit and wA. weren't required. to file
will ulthheM\ upon request, but appliances. Ing drives. We have met all calls your written ap Ally for 1'lf. 8-11 4t 4-(
ting money that you could at- I i |In arriving at the new minimum, trying to run the world, .
letter must. b.. signed for theItalter's While U. S. Figures for 1918 are for blood since we began opera-I j - .
k tempt. I am speaking of small (or they will bring further demoralization -
Information.) not jet' available the company's I lion In 1916 and each bank has
r towns. The larger cities can to the economic life Must Keep Things Fairly ProsperOIM -

cram them down the people's :Dear Mr. Matthews: I state-wide to top the average average use for Is the expected nation II emergency on hand sufficient UBe."" plasma for i" ,of the country. Indeed, our Congressman Attention Cattle & Hog ProducersSTOCK

thronta and make them like. The If the farts contained In the by a wide margin. 'For the year The Starke and Gainesville'|' J Bennett at first firmlyof Neither did we hftVe much ofa
S mall town can't. As for our school news article entitled "8th the belief that seventy-five national debt. And the enormity
1017 the Company's customers banks are two of 13 regional and'
town and your town wo have no Grade Visits Jax Weather Bur ,cents was a little enough mini- of the present national! ttebt! lain SALE HELD TUESDAY OF EACH WEEK
used an average of 1,885 KWH.over subsidiary banks in the State. The
Industries. of value. We depend eau" are correct whoever was mum, has now begun to nee that itself, sufficient ra7ti why
30 percent higher than the Florida association Is nonprofitand With Highest Cash Prices
upon citrus and farmers and to a responsible was criminally negli- that sum small as compared with the present apparent ttwid downward Being ObtainedTurn
national average of 1,438 KWH. affiliated with the American
; yrrmt extent upon traffic from the gent.I what many get. can play havoc .will not by any triers reach
Association of Blood Banks It at Ball .
highways. We want all the cars quote: "The one bus that we Is supervised by the Florida Medical with many industries that are the low marks of put y..r.. For right Park on Waldo Oalnexvlll Road onto

parked in town we can get parkW.C.T.U. took was supposed to hold forty Association already operating on close margins the Government simply rut, keep North Alabama Roml., and drive S miles _

students; eighty were jammetl IntoIt. I II due to various conditions things fairly prosperous, from a '
r plus social security taxes with- dollars and cents in to St ." "Mr. Mott our bus vUwftpint .
driver, was the only one ;who hada PAGES FROM holding taxes income taxes order .to collect enough) taxes FARMERS PRODUCE

whole seat to himself" End OUR PAST every three months, unemployment even to pay the Interest! on the MARKET, Inc.

quote. I' I ,. taxes, free bookkeeping and debt. So, if too much n\0ny! goes Gainesville, Fla.
; IS, IT KIOIIT TO MANUFAC- An overcrowded school bus Is free tax collecting: for the government Into hiding, unless the Govern

: TUllE AMD SELL A COMMOD- a death trap and to send one 26 YEARS AGO and now the threat by ment is able to pry it Deck Into L. W. Cobb, Auctioneer W. Fred Moore Mgr.

; t ITT THAT STEALS AWAY A so obviously overloaded on a field BEN FLOYD BOONE, JU. (From the Feb. IS, 1923 Issue, of an economy-minded Governor ofa circulation the Government will
MAN'S BRAINS AND MAKES ( 1 Mr. and Mrs. B. F. of severance tax hanging .over have to manufacture wof! money
Is utter Boone
off Its usual route _
trip The Bradford
County Telegraph .. ,
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) pull A MURDERER ON TIlE disregard of safety precautions. : Jackson Tcnn. announce the arrival The biggest story in this I Issue-- their heads. however objectionable that procedure pI

; PUBLIC HIGHWAYS T T T T Accidents do not always happen of a son, Ben Floyd Boone an aeroplane has been in town may be to aouAd*money

;' fFlORIDA TEMPERANCE -they are sometimes Invited and Jr., on March :0 I at Doctor's Hospital this week. Some of those daring About An Happy Then All Now devotees, and scatter It around

LEAGUE). everyone concerned is very fortunate in Jackson. Mrs. Boone was' a flight were Col. C. L. Peek And .eggs though they have I so that It can tax It bCk Into \\4

that this expedition did not the former Dorothy White. Charlie Johns. H. C. Wall, Paul dropped in price, are nothing the debt fund.T. Just till

end In screaming headlines and Dtutova, Jr., Herbert Ritch. S., L. I like they were for a while during C. Merchant I ftdltor!:: me,'

mass burial. DONNA JANE CARDEN the Great Depression. The Madison Enterprwe-fc!. corder
Peek Barney McRae, and ,Warren :
Rewarding/Exciting "Subscriber" Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Carden of Perkins. Even some ladies took.to "- up and call

t Warrlngton Fla announce the the wild blue Mrs. Florence Powell C of C WilINameAgricultural ADDRESSESOF : .

\ :Dear Gene: birth of a daughter Donna Jane, and Miss Eunice Perkins. The t

? :, Vm, and plenty Intere*!Ing. too Enclosed check renews my sub on March 4. The Gardens are plane, flown by Lleut. Hart SmjjLh, INTEREST me COMFY"

That ran bn your life, as It I I. scrlptlon to the Telegraph. I always former residents of Starke and landed at the P. E. Canova farms. Committee Soon ,:. _-sI-_. t

: 1, far hoiinands. of other young look forward to its arrival have many friends here who will Comments the The following new, renewal, and

In the new U.8. Air Forre.Here's be Interested in this announce Telegraph on change of addresses received: by
fl'U. In
the: airplane: "John Mack colored Ways which the Chamber of
ment. the Telegraph 'will be of\interest
opportunity that ran't Janitor of the courthouse Commerce might encourage and '
I was to friends INSULATE YOUR HOME and enjoy
be.> matrlted to start a reallywnnfmtillo WONDERFULINVESTMENT determined to go up 'Lawd I actively assist agricultural Interests year-
Recent births at Shadycrest Hospital Mrs J. H. Moser front( !Starke'
career In aviation.Tou I thought I had been up ten thou In Bradford County weN round healthful comfort in every season. This
get ho heat and most ad- : and years' soliloquized Maok. discussed Monday afternoon in a to ORC 111]., 4th Floor (yurfield

vmnerd raining. A wIde variety Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene Mack regrets that he did not special meeting of the Board of Bldg. 4th & Jefferson st,., Day spring and summer your indoor temperatures will

I .f interesting Job" Kxrellentopportunities : for couplelUliig desiring Rountree of Orange Heights aNon grab at and hold fat to heaven Directors with County Agent T. ton 2 Ohio. y be
much 15
for advancement quurterH &; Don Donald born Feb. 25.: while the grabbing was good. K. McClane. C. O. Carroll 1310 NW jot St., as as degrees lower than the outside

and promotion.. The educational Inconx' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newton Pre- such an opportunity may never President Guy Andrews named Miami 38, Fla.' .' weather conditions.

feature* (>f training In the new vatt of Lawtey, a daughter, Kath- come again." Carl Johns to head up the Cham Mrs. Bernard J. Eg% !r*, Rt. 1.

II. M. Air Force tan mean real Three 3-room Apt!!. erlne Jenelle, born Mar. 3. Strawberries have dropped to ber's Important Agricultural Committee Box 543, South Jacksonville, Fla. Call JJ for free
a comfort estimate
mirrett and ltap .l liens for Mr. and Mrs. Tyre Shephard about $IS per "bushel." although and representative farmers lit Sgt; Jackson D. Sirilth.\ 5th today.
| lot
Thomas, Jr. of Lake Butler a fine Back from each section of the county Postmaster -
the who "good salt" Is $1 at Med. Del., APO 503. Cat
young man
want.* heart of town. son, Daniel Robert,' born Feb. 28. Bennett's. And will later be asked to serve with c
10 enter DeWItt C. Jones San Francisco, ::ailf.
aviation thla IH the Mr. and Mrs. Horace Eurle Taylor Mr. Johns The farmers .who will
Ormt :2 clerl.. and an "automobile hearse alwayson Mrs. J. A. Howe XS5 W. 158
made to order for refrigerators oilierfurnlahliifCM be
to in this
you. of Lawtey. a daughter,tWanda hand" serve capacitywill
Art now. Iton't .".Iay. See jour Included In price of Jane, born March 3. be given honorary memberships St. Rt. 1, North Miami, F la.C. > TAR.K&BUILDERS'
The former R. S. Johns V. Campby'sburg' ,
11. '8. Air Force property
Recruiter to- Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace In the organization. Mr.

.Ia;,:. lle/s at the Post Office $5,000 Doylng announce the arrival of a recently purchased by Judge R. Andrews( stated. Ind.J..
R. Green has had D. Odom Jr. from GaInesville
BBlhllng. Stark.. Fla., each Lisle with Jo... F.. \MI"4)n and son born Saturday Feb. 26 in a thorough Plans of this committee Include SUPPLIES
Mrs :519 Houston St. Live Oak _
overhauling. Carrie Hicks to ,
1 Monday, 9:00: ,\. .M. to 12:00NlMMI. : \\. M. MIMey. the Alachua County Hospital. Mrs and family are "comfortably domiciled" Increased acreage of strawberriesfor m( S.A.L. DEPOT ... C7< 45W...
.. Nat Sternberg, Owner. Doylng will be remembered as next season (to at lease 1,000 Fla.C. p.K
there. E. Ricks. Dade City Fla.
Miss Mary Caroline Moore of acres); Ute development of Improved
In the BHS fifth honor R. L. Pack, Box j4! Hinton,.
grade with view to- .. __ ,____
-- Lawtey She attended Bradford pastures a -- e ___ p--p--
roll this month are Lois Long. ward establishIng 'V. Va.Betty.
High School. the possibility of
I Louise Snyder Sue Sexton LIlbMrn Ca.,
MHM VHBH M VMHMIHHHi M MHMMMHH H M HHiStarling's Stump. a milk route In this county;
each week. and Lois Adklns. Madge Middleton and the suggestion of a larger J. W. Milling Rt. 1, BOx :Z01A

\ I We are just emerging from one U the only honor roller In the acreage of winter cabbage in Alachua Fla. PETER pi

Grocery of the worst winters in the history 12th grade. i Bradford County. It was also an- J. M. McDanlel l. 2J00 Grand MCLAREN amp Ion A x e man

: of CalIfornia "The place ..where Mrs! Q. M Inman gave an Informal nounced that farmers will be encouraged Ave., Ortega Bridge, Jacksonville:

k the sunshine spends the winter* card party In her cozy I to set strawberry runner Fla.W.

t. STAKKE, FLORIDA was completely passed up this -home on Church Street last Thurs plants this month and next so L. Kennedy. U'\'fI l> Tech.

''r :SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MARCH 11 & 12 time. However the weather la nice day. Highest score was Mrs. C. A. there will be no scarcity of plantsat School, Tallahassee, Fin.

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO 'UMIT QUANTITY now About 73 degrees today. Futch. .Others present! were Col. setting time next fall.S. .
I Lewis Shriver, ManagerThe and M... A. S. Crews, Mr. and L. Peek, Jr. waa appointedto COUNTY JUDGES SAY Will Give
4 Mrs I... F. 1100 THEFT FINE
Terrace Hall Smith Mis. and Mrs.w .
draft the C. of C. budget for
2 cans cJ 353 S. New Hampshire Ave. E. Davis Mr. and Mrs. J. C. the current year. which was tentatively IS TOO SEVEREA An Amazing

Tomatoes Los Angeles 5, Calif. Hoover Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover set at 3,50O.
29 cn'm
fact to
3or Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Slatnmk. All strange light/ DemonstrationOf
teams 1949
I soliciting memberships before the Florida Circuit Judges
and Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump.
J reported almost 100 per- Association -

cent favorable response on the A lot of people have gotten Woorlchopping
: AGO part of merchants, professionalmen away with stealing sheep Because

t .O.NIONS 2 lb. - 9c (From the Feb. 1928 Issue) and individuals contacted certain other people liked 5hoats Friday Noon,
"I believe when the drive iscompleted
"A kind little fairy came" and Circuit Judge Bryan simpson

whispered in the ears of the 8th we will have practically of Jacksonville proposed doing March 18

j'f t grade at BUS and told them every business house in Starke as away with a statutory tw
SIb.29c "what this class would be at the a member"* Mr. Andrews stated. year sentence for stealing A sheep, s'- At The
\ Sugar close of "Now that the membership fee
; twenty years. Some of a goat or a pig.
't has been lowered to a minimumof '
the prophecies: "That's too much h<> said. Pu

Pack $15, we are getting many Six months 1 U enough lor tale lit Farm, Home &

f, Etholln White was a missionary! Individuals who were never. In tie shoal." .
In far-away Japan the C. of C. before." Other judges agreed. Tht laic Auto Supply

She tried to help the people they had been letting .h !eb, goat
APPLES 2 lb. 25c Within that distant land CARD OF THANKSI
( and pig stealers go free "rnther
wish to thank friends forth
\ my them
than sentence that n\jch-
'" Evelyn
", Stump owned a chickenFarm
many words of kindness flow- Association President Hal

And had, mad piles of are, and other expressions of sympathy Adams recalled the statute _toile DONT MISS This Great Event. Mr. McLaren held the

She kept a cow and Iota money of bees. ;.rent. during my recent bereave- because ton county.things. got bad In \lllnlll-' woodchopplng championship of Australia and Americafor

PotatoeS51'2V And lived on milk and honey.: and has
Kathleen Hall PallesenOf "People from Georgia cleaned| many years given command performancesbefore

PrescriptionsDEMAND Ben Sternberg waa a Federal the Bradford Telegraph. out all the shoaLs we \hat)," the Presidents of the United States and Ex-Crowned

Judge 'And the way that It was printed judge said. "We decided W, had Heads of Europs.
And wore a long tailed coat. to put a atop to It." -
KNOW-HOW Would surely make you laugh.
Fresh TOMATOES Ibs 121h The way he strutted 'round the
town. .In other parts we find that CONTESTTo

Almott anyon ran wrap pocltag Did surely get my goat. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest a.nd TEACHERS We *..* h.ve Pick The Fastest Man With An Axe In This Locality.The .

and ....... chana but la properly Mrs. J. C. Robinson motored to that hard-to-get practice pape

c...irp.....nd a .p..*crlp >on ... Beverly wee an actress High Springs and attended Friday for .tude.... ruled and pW" *. InB Winner will be presented with a 'famous Plumb

PjLk qui... f..n of ...uco.... training' She lived upon the stage/ evening's performance! of the Earl x 12 lxe, 85 cents 1 per! rssss.- Champion Axe autographed by Mr. McLaren.

Neck Bones 1OCL and ..p.fl."<.. pU,lharanahMamlnatlan By She using could rouge conceal and her powder. Hawk Stock Company. Bradford County Tetefrapml .

by the 1011. fr.- age. Sammy Sternberg. who Is at. limit <:...., 11:,..,,, 5.51.11,
wHptleiM. demand. know-how. W* John Jamea was tending: the University of Gainesville rimtt Of ....1'1... !. Aed ,.'" JI.-.
a farmer
..... .
ford Cnatri HOME & AUTO SUPPLYStarke
have H.KOCH. He planted oats and wheat; pent the weekend with nU PrOC'.d I".. In Item. to < 111.t 'rIll., .
Raised chickens parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- I* R. Or...n and M.....,. tir...n, ,
i- DOG FOOD (Flag) 3 for 25c ducks and tur hu.hmnd and wlf.. PlalMlft.( VJ ..
keys. berg. M. Wllllamn, N 'I'. ftitvl' 8A1I
DRUG STORE And had lots of things to eat. Says The Telel'f'llpb-"Th. modem R. Mahoncr, M.. Rqulro. l a f!. any -:- Florida
dr. John F Bonnctt. CardS A R.n.
I pest exerc\.stI\ an auto horn n.tt. Lute M Lnd r. .
I Ida Ma. was the editor instead of the legs." Trust Company, } .'t:.:f".f.lIl. .

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