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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 18, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Feeder Circuit Panel At Light Plant BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Necessary To Provide For Increased LoadIn


order to provide for the to carry the electrical load on temporary -

steadily Increasing electrical load feeders while change-over Official Countu Publication Established In 1877
and to give better voltage and IH being made to the new construction -

more consistent service the Cityia In order to hold current --r riIlKTY-iv-i
Installing a new feeder circuit Interruptions to the least time VOLUME SEVENTY HFAKKK.:. MA: >KII)\, FRIDAY, :M.UU 1 s. 19I NUMBKIC:

panel on the switchboard at the I possible.


municipal operate light In connection and water with plantto a I mary Installation circuit, and of the the Installation new prl- Blanding Ranges 1 District And Conference ChampionsI Truce DeclaredIn

new 2100 volt primary feeder circuit or larger circuit breakers on the

that will be erected from the two did feeder circuit panels will

plant to Temple Avenue along. give the plant distribution capacity L Meter Suit
load of 1300 kilo Reactivated !
Jefferson Street. to carry a ; I 4tFifl w

A new "H" frame feeder circuit watt At the present time peak

terminal structure has been load on the plant Is 660 kilowatts, For 60 DaysA

erected on the Call Street side' at times the full capacity of the Warning! Issued _

of the plant with provisions for two old feeder circuits. .

five circuits. Conduit has been All line work installation of -. 60-day truce In Starke's Bat-

In lalled' underground from the swltchgear and other equipmentIs Th following,: warning notice tie of the Meters was declared

plant switchboard to terminal being done by city labor Engineering concerning the reactivation ofninall this week' by mutual consent of

structure, and new cables pulled work on the project Is arm firing ran ... at attorneys for plaintiff and defendant ,-

In place. being done by the plant superintendent Camp Handing has just been I *.

Johns. ....... Adlutant General
Arrangements have been made Berry S. .Iv. il from \ W H. Graham. In whose name


I A TYPICAL RED CROSS WEEKStarke I Mark National"Kno.I.that W. Lance Guard/ I fit many the rlrUrum Florida: Trri 7VLiW\f4 iPY ui the the meters clans city WAR from suit brought seeking Installing, stated to restrain parking that


of Bradford County are not aware __ by mutual agreement the City will

Florid time office hours were again of the reactivation of the __ make no further move toward Instating

March 7, 1949 held and loans made to the familIes mall arms firing rangra 1 10- __ meters for 60 days. The"truco"

of three veterans who have rated north of the Camp Illaiid-
Dear Mr. Matthews: will give his attorneys an

It Is the wise policy of the claims pending for service connected InK Military KeHervatlon and opportunity to appeal to the State
disabilities and believe It State niithnay No. 16, It utllb
,
Supremo Court from
American Red Cross to keep paid: a ruling by
two veterans came in to .. appreciated If you will puhllNh -
workers in the background and or not Judge John A. H. Murphree de"ying -,
loans. In your next edition\ thInformation <>
to let all publicity come throng repay a temporary Injunction that
the volunteers, since Red Croi Another man came In. Intro- that the area I)hlIC would l have restrained the City

Is and always has been essential: duced himself as a "knight of the north of the ragni'M are IIANr.iil from Installing meters In the

a volunteer organization.. road" and on that basis asked for : AREAS ant mutt be a- buHlnoBS IIlatrlct.Sup.'rlh.deall .

However I believe that the food and a night's lodging. Sine volded.Sonw. proceed Ings,
IS unit of the Florida i
by his own admission he was able [ brought by Graham's attorney
to know what
the local chapter is doing and I I bodied and a "knight" by, choice on the ranges between now anilJune. ) and originally scheduled to beargued

see no way of letting them know, he was sent on his way with- SO. Tim area. In posted a- before Judge Murphree In
advice only. Gainesville Tuesday afternoon
effectively except through are.< against trespassing- and entry ea.
port given In the first person. Next was a veteran whose com. aol those warning signs bust ,.' were dropped) as this action wa
had been L deemed In view of
check delayed unnecessary
Very often the question Is asked : pensatlon be observed liy all .person. for .
mistake and who needed the City's voluntary grant of a60dat
do through a "
do find to .
of me. "What you 'I their own safety.
now that the war is over?". Usually money desperately. Telegram waitingperiod..
back and forth between the chap-

do not those wait asking for the the answer questlo or ter and the Field Director I\t.the Legion Post Lauded I Tornadoes, winners of both the Conference and District This. Is tho first cage team In 'BUS history to win both the Mrs. Burns Named

Veterans Administration office at and District Titles. During the season just closed Bradford
listen to It. and the attitude seemsto For Outstanding basketball championships. are pictured above with the trophy awarded Conference

be that it Is a soft job and that Pa s-a-Grllle Beach soon,resultedIn Membership RecordStarke following the district meet In \iLake City. Front row (left to right) : won 17 games, ami lust 10. scoring 1,023 point. to 990 for opponents. Publicity Chairman I

too strenuously! money in the veterans pocket, paced. the Tnruadops throughout the season scoring 343 I For Easter SealsMrs.
Dryden
they don't object Clayton Strickland g.; Jim Godwin, f.; Frank Dryden, f.; George I
to my having It. provided they with red tape cut right In two,, Legion Post fi6 took two Winkler (Captain"Jack) ; Eaves f.; James Phillips fCf(. Second points. Godwin was. runner-up with 197. and others scored as follows:
Red ,
send all problems to me and through the efforts of the at the g. 121: G. Winkler 100 Halne 34. Kelly 11. Strick Edward Burns has been
can offices :
Cross Field Director.Friday of the five elective row (left to right) : Coach Jimmy Hobbs; Carl Carter, g.; Paul Carter )Eaves 191. Phillips .
are not requested to give anything ] American Legion District Conference Lewis Haines f.i; Arthur Winkler f.; John Klein, f.; B Squad land 11. C. Carter 4, Klein .4, Wise 4, P. Carter 3, Haxun 3, A. Wlnk appointed publicity chairman for
In the annual. drive for brought more of the of the Fourth District held g.; i let 2. Bradford County for the 16th

funds. same with two more loans and In Ocala Sunday when Lex Green I Coach Dutch Funderburk ,- annual Easter Sale. It was announced

work started two new claims. II by R. D. Baldwin -
on ot today
I would therefore like to give was elected to the position

a brief report of a typical week. The matter of a delayed allowanceto District Executive Committeeman I Rotenone Dust Kills Pesky Little Pameras, Red Cross Reaches of Jacksonville. Easter Seal

This Is not a report of what I have a soldier's wife was settled and A. J. Thomas Jr., elected all : New Sanitary I Berries'In I : chairman for this year's sale conducted
The Insect Blamed For 'Button
done, but what the American Red with the help of the Atlanta of- District Delegate1 to the Legions by the Florida Chapterof

Cross has done since without the fice. National Convention to be held the National Society for Crippled -
This should have been the end The an effort to determine some The adult pameras Is black with Half of Goal Children and Adults.
marvelous cooperation of our In Philadelphia next August. Officer EmployedEmployment yellow marking and from 1-5 to
workers in other chapters the of a job with "nothing to do"until Fourth District is composed or of the causes of decreased strawberry 1-3 Inch long. The young pamerai! The Easter Seal program Is

and office hours on Monday. But Posts County AgentT. part of a nationwide campaign to
Field Directors and the Area some twenty odd Legion production resembles small yellow ants. Mr.

Field staff nothing could be a<- Saturday morning brought the From Alachua. Bradford. Marion of Jack L. Tra- K. McClane with Dr. W, D.Tlllda1e. McClane suggests that farmers Guy Andrews, chairman of the provide funds for services to the
father of a mentally Incompetent 1919& Red Cross fund campaign In ,
Baldwin said.
complished.The Union Citrus Gilchrist and Levy wick as sanitary officer was announced Plant Pathologist, Dr. B who have these Insects should use announced handicapped
veteran for help In having charges Bradford County,
yes
local office hour: Counties. yesterday by Dr. A. 1CovlnRton. The Florida chapter I Is one of. :
cent
chapter rotenone dust (.73 ) getting
dropped against his son who was E. Janes, Truck Horticulturist per t.erday that a total of $1129: ap
because of lack of funds, are only In jail In a distant county and In The local Post boasts a record director of the Brad and Dr. L. C. Kultert, Entomolo- as much of It as possible under proximately, 50 percent of the more than 2,000 affiliated mem-

from 1-4 p.m. on Monday Wee securing his readmission to a Veterans not reached by any other Legion ford County Health Department. gist\ all of the Experiment Stationat the plant.It (county quota has been mined to | her units of the national society '
and but of course of Florida The sanitary officer will report workers which maintains many special
nesday Friday, Administration mental In- Post in the Department new Gainesville. Inspected a number was the belief of the ditto

it in easy to find my home so on stitution. A mad dash to the office that of being 300 percentIn for duty hero on April 1.. of strawberry field In this Inspecting the field that tho long or the totnl amount contributed' services for care and rehabilitation ..

Friday evening a sad-eyed woman Its 10 to membership as compared At present Mr. Traiwlck Is sanitarian growing season coupled with! some of all classes of handicapped
and a long distance call to a coun- area. The only trouble dl covorp of about 49 dressed in trouser to the 1918& membershIp. with the Lake Count adverse. weather conditions at This year's Easter Seal drive1I '
ty judge secured the desired re besides .weather trouble and pos- working the residential district,
and an old blue shirt, driven \IP In recognition of this achievementthe Health Department. with hea'cquarters' \ inibly.' highly acltJ gods )n; some times, reduced the yield. and aidedin nil the Bpedul Gifts Commute I opens March 17 and' ends. 1alltt.t'.j"!; *i"r

... to the house. She and her brethe sult.Home" Starke Color Guard was given I In Tavares. He hai/Ail, infestation InrriMming'pameras, populations .' Sunday, April 17
again and then two families cases was a very high repotted $ 10, while the Rotary;
have followed the harvest seaso one a veteran who has been the honor of retiring the color seven yearn experience in sanl or an Insect culled pam ras. All which further depressed' the ylaldn. Club.conducting the drive In the Easter Seals will be maUed

from Oregon and now find them putting off needed hospital care it the close of the District Meet- tatlon work In Florida. Including berry farmers are familiar with The pameras Cannes "button" biiHlneHft district, has rt'portodflR9.7:1. from Florida Chapter headquarters -

selves stranded without money because he couldn't leave his ing.Members two years In malaria control, two these little fast-moving bugs which berries, and hard brown dried up $ : at Jacksonville to residents of

for food or gasoline. She had sent family was assured that on Monday of the local Post attending years \In the typhus control prc we have always have late In the brrrlos. The pameras also kills Mr, Andrews' Hinted that no re- Bradford County with the Invitation

a wire collect to a daughter in I arrangements would be madeto : the conference were Dr.A ,. gram and four years In general season but the warm dry weather lower loaves and, will eventually )ports have been received from that contributions be sent to

Oregon for money on which to get'him into Lake City Hospital Y. Covington, A. L. Crosby, sanitation and public health work, this year has built up a heavy attack the bud causing the plant communities outside Starke. Mr. Baldwin at the Atlantic Bankof

return. but had had no reply and and that his family would Jr., R. A. Green and A. J. Thomas, 1 He is married and has two chil early population In many putchos. to wither and die. The current drive officially ('ndsMarch which he is an executive,
frantic. A wire to' I dren.
was becoming not suffer for food and shelter If. 31.Heilbronn. Mrs. Burns emphasized that
the Rod Cross chapter In Oregon i Dr. Coving-ton reported that
since his claim for compensation out of every dollar contributedby
explaining the situation more fully : the hearing testing program lithe 1 Tax Assessor
for a service connected disability School Board Shine Bradford County citizens 91
On schools. has been com Sugar Adds
dispatched. Saturday county
was ;
Is and the Is Will Meet Public and
pending family a 2-3 cents will be retainedIn
the reply came stating that the Will Draft LawAuthorizing pleted. Although a complete report -
primary Red Cross responsibility. Assistant PastorAt Florida.. for services to handicapped
daughter had deposited funds!! with Is. not yet available. tests of On Annual Rounds
The other family wanted an extension IssueAt
i children and adults at the
the and authorizing thi OS percent of the Given To SchoolsFifteen
chapter approximately
of leave for the soldierson 1" the close of the morning local level. The remaining eight
chapter to advance the money. average daily srhool enrollment Tux Assessor Guy Andrews ycHtetduy -
and since the need was real, the regular meeting of the of aniiiiurireil, his whvdule for Hrvlre at Heilbronn Baptist and a traction cents will be sent
The mother's gratitude was deep Indicated that three percent
a wire was sent to the Red Cross School Board here on March 7. Church IiiHt Sunday the congregation / to the National Society for crippled -
and sincere those examined were found to hundred pounds of slug!- rort-lvliiH I personal( property( tax
Field for the Board was cnll ,d to order by the
Director at the boy's post .ex Green attorney Children and Adults to -
I support
On Monday morning a veteran'awife bill have definite hearing loss in one ar, destined for use ns nn In. return and homentoad, exemption }. <: Cutshaw whotatcd
making the request.On vas instructed to draw up a pastor, Rev t K. th national organization'shighly
both ears. Dr. Covington ntat grrdlont of moon hlnc, wn. thi.. applications as follows:
came to the house to ash Sunday morning the father to be presented to the Legislature, or that cluo to declining healtn specialised walk with the
ed that these cases will be close- week diverted to a much more llrnoker (PoMt office), Monday
for the of the Red Cross
car hU
use ot the veteran with the mental authorizing and empowering the and after much persuasion by handicapped.
In which to take her critically III condition came to complete plans Board to Issue revenue certificates ly followed up by the Department worthwhile pur POUR. Mare) 22 2 to R p. m. physician he did not feel that he
husband to the Naval with physical examinations to determine Sheriff P. D Hedillwh nnnouncp Humpton (Post office)I. Tuesday -
Hospital for his sons committal and trans under the municipal revenue bond was physically able to continue
at Jacksonville. where the Veterans portation to the hospital the reply refunding law. Proceed. derived If possible the cause of; l yesterday that he will give the March 23. 2: to /S p. m.t.uwtev nerving the church HS full-time Half A Million
(City hall), Wednesday,
Administration has som to the wire about the requestfor rnm the sale of such certificates the defect. align, taken In a raid on an II. pastor without the help of an as-
beds. The raised The hearing/ tests were conducted licit still last week. to bo divided<1 March 21, 1 to 5 p. m. '
contract money extension of leave (granted) would be used In proposed Improvements lUUnt.llev., .
by the county paid for the car vas picked up at Western Union [ to existing facilities by the Starke PTA under the among the five school cafeteria iVrmiriB In these communities Cutshaw then recommended,
whit have not riled thi-lr returns Pints Of BerriesBradford
Mrs. H. Slade
of T. yet
and the gasoline to get him there. and the soldier notified. When I at the Bradford High School leadership In Bradford County. ii.ikcdto that the church consider the callnif -
of Health and the and applications are
'VI.WIll/ work on this man's claim reached home from church the athletic field. chairman Paul Silas Conner owner of th to this position Rev. Wilbur
,,, the tux assessor at tho
t
and see If there Is a possibility wife of a soldier overseas was S. A. Weldon. A. L. Green. andf special screening program com- confiscated still came In and voluntarily Scott who, with his wife. has
time anil, nbovo. County strawberryproduction
'luce specified
of securing compensation for him. waiting to ask help in getting her' C. Harley. Trustees of Special surrendered to the SherI [ recently placed membership at held Its own but failed

Monday afternoon when I finally husband home to see his father Tax School District No.1. preen mittee.TOURIST Iff last week. He was later released I Heilbronn. to show any gain this week as

reached the office the waiting :who ia critically 111. ted the following rccommenda- CLUBMrs. under $200 bond on
room was full and the people This request will be cared for Lions which were approved by the I I charge of operating the still and Red Cross Drive ,church decided! to honor Rev. fruit The average price

were seen In the order In which by wire to the National Red Cross Board: Marian Carney iwax In $100 peace bond. HIM rune Is set iithaw's recommendation and
off from
$1 crate -
a the previous
was
they came. One veteran wished Headquarters In Washington D.I Alva Cook principal Heilbronn charge of the recreation progranat for trial at the spring term of Awarded Berries /nteil unanimously on the calling week attributed largely to

his Insurance converted and needed C. These telegrams and telephonealla Momentary School the Tourist Club meeting Tuesday circuit court.Livestock. if Rev. Bcott: who wan at this fruit. .

a little encouragement thai must all be paid for with I Mrs.! !! Rosa Cook. principal RisIng night. J )F .taudon, Kd: Dahmcr O line conducting the morning! nerv- poor quality
The Queen for the Week Mrs. S. Nawcomb, and L. A. DavlMtC'nprnlim During! the week March 10-16
he was getting better from a money' raised In the annual fund School Market Ie'"s at the Lake Butler BuptlntChurch.
Srhlotthauer of Hamburg 11 total of 1, 770 crateR was sold
Lena of the four Rotary teiini
mental condition which he recogntzes drive Leon Williams principal Hampton .
Iowa, was escorted to the ran Report GivenW. soliciting fund In tha( businesS nt an average of $943, bringing
as his own problem to lick. All but the Oregon woman and I Training, School The Church then ndjoiirnrd to

Next were two veterans with the "knight of the road" were Sarah Jenkins, Wateronk School truin by ('an Wynn, and Mrs. W. district for the minimi !H.I Cross await Rev Sccitfs! \ reply at the growers an estimated $16,53180

selective service questionnaires to Bradford County people and this Alma Moffett Brooker Elementary If. Nollmnn, presented the rorsage, F. Moore. manager of the drive, were each presented n pint evening service, when hi would Market Manager R. B. Alvarez

complete.A la a report of a typical week's SchoolM. donated by Mrs. L. (.1. Powell florist. Farmers Produce & 1.lv"lItorkMllrket or liiHilom llrailfnnl, County straw- fill the pulpit.At announced, that a government In-

Roberta Couch was the crownbiarer. In Gainesville states that berries lit the luncheon meetiWednPMilny. ipector III expected' to arrive at
soldier's mother ked'f io work by the American Red Cross E. Roberts. Thurston School the evening/ hour Itev Scott
In a It la a source of great pleasure V C. Dullard Sampson City : ami,) Frances Lnmlrum presented "We have several fnedir and, It win announced that iciepted, the Church's call as the market Monday and urged all

help securing an emergency to me to carry on it's programIn School the basket of gift! donated stocker buyers for cattle on rmxTuesday's the four teams. hud raised, a total lev. Cntnhaw's assistant express. growers to pack their fruit to conform :
leave for her son who will
soon this County. Russell Homsby appeared In hy the following merchant: : Kldd'ii. sale who want several of $M9 U, with the Davis team appreciation for the trust the with government utan.1trds.During .
ig!
jro overseas and :whose father it Hprvlre Station, Brooksldi* Apt*., cars of cattle Make every pt.I belnit the winner the current. seaxon, DradI -
Very truly yours reference to Increased mllesA'ethat Church placed in him and aanur
ill and wanted to him beforehe
A wire see to the Field (Mrs.) Ruth S. Morse bid been added to his routerelieve I Ito I Robblns', Mrs. Carl John, Ruby I fort to get your rattle In early Kill Craham wan In charge of Inll' the congregation that he and I ford' growers have marketed 14.- i
goes. of (70( crules (521.7311 pints) at an
Koacnharg'a assured of
I Johns lienuty Shop as we are plenty the program and two wildlife
Executive Secretary the consented condition hili wife were thorn for only one '
Director at the mans
ulted In the request being pout granted.A re-. Bradford County Chapter of the route of Elam Lewis. ItCa I' and Jitney Jungle. buyers for next Tuesday and every film. loaned by the Fresh Water (mrpoimservice wherever! and average price of 27o per pint or
Mrs. O>o. Wilson of White Tuesday thereafter" Fluh & Game Commission wore exhibited I $9.72 averae per crate. Total
whose husband has American Red Cross agreed to increase the salary 'herever needed. He then brought
had a woman throat operation and III''I of,f Mr. Hornsby to $9.<) per month I Plain. N. V., being thn visitor Prices Were steady to good on'' by I ev. L. D. lIalnOII.rf"J.) Ifl Inspiring message nn "Using" ecelpt.s for the season now stand

retroactive to Include paymentfor from the most distant point, was cattle of all grades at this woek'i hatever one has In tho service at $113801.90.
blind to discuss
going came possible selected a.* Queen for next week.A idle. Hog price were SOc off on of his God"Serviced .
February.
aid. A call and
telephone a fortext I
letter to the District Welfare Unit Sanford W. Coin ,was appointed feature of the program grade hogs. at the Church each Scholarship ExamsTo

started plans going for relief.. ,.,. .... architect for the Board on a con- Tuemlay will be the showing hOGS: No. 1. 1823; No. 2. 17.SO/ : tinclny are as follows: Sunday Be Held In USO
color films. by \truest: Koutt. :,,':m. .:::::.::: ,,
if
A widow with four childrenasked .. .. tinuing basis at no fixed salary or committee fnrnext No. :3 I. 18.50; No. 4. 15.73; No. S, "HiiH, !;, : '::; Srh"011 10 am.; Morning Worship

for clothing. Unfortunatelynone ... '. ",. other rate of compensation other The refreshment. 13.00: Light O's. 1S.OO; Feeder pig 11 lam.. Training Union 6-30: ) p. Monday, April 11
T. II. McNeil. -
.
was available but later when ... .... '.. than the fees usual and Incidental week will be Schlotthauer Mrs. Mrs. up to 1650.CALVES BRRIVALSe:: m. : Evening Service 7:30: ) p m. for
examinations
Mrs. rna
; Competitive .
this woman was solicited at her :. ... .. to the architectural profesnlon. : : Common 1900; Cull .,-
home for a donation to Red Cross \' ... ... :. In connection with projects duly r. H. Fields and ]Mr. Bertha 16.73 to 1900.STEERS' I "Wonder Horse"Featured I cholarshipH to State Colleges will -
'earce. I be held in the USO building.
sh'e opened her purse which contained approved for construction by the A HEIFERS: Cutters, r.llzabrlh: Million Malthvai..
.
'. '. Board and the State Department. I I Mr snd Mrs : L. Matthews In Film itarke, on Monday April 11, at 9'clock
a dime and a penny, and .. 17 OO to 1900; Stackers! 16 OO to Eugene I schol-
.gladly handed the DIME to the ", .'" I Volunteer FiremenTo 000! : Canner Cows 14 00 to 16. I announce the birth of a Coming To ParkFilm ) a. m.available.The following

aol Icitor.. i Deeds Recorded Get Pay RaiseAt 00; Cull Cows. 12.SO to 11.50. daughter, Elizabeth Liddon, on mhlps One $200 are Senatorial scholarship
Sunday. March 13. In Riverside fans, young and old will

A poor tell old bewildered his for veteran the 1 ,. Recent deeds as recorded In the the request of Fire Chief OALKNOAK OK EVENTS Hospital Jacksonville. Mr. Matthews welcome the new adventures, of for' Freshman or Sophomore girl.
came to story One $i04) House scholarship for
County Court House: the Councl Tuesday and baby daughter will return I Gallant flea. moviedom's "won
listened to ickett., City
tenth time. He was convinced 11. J. P. Roberts of Brad Co. to L. fternoon agreed to pay volunteer Mar, 19 Bake Sale at Brad. to their home here on Sun- der horse", showing at the Park a junior, senior or graduate girl.
and went out
quietly All House scholarship holder
W. Parker of Brooker: Lots 5, $7 month. to Include idw. Episcopal Auxiliary. day. Theatre Sunday Monday and
that someone was on his side. firemen per lust attend State Institutions of
Mar. 20 Brad Co. Singing II.
6. 7. 8. 9 of Blk. 18 In Brooker, drill and two fires, and $2 Tuesday.
On Tuesday and Thursday at one Recent births at Lewis\ and Housecholarships
2 Shudycrest learning.
was .made to In Sect. 8, Twp. 7 S, Rang 20 E, xtra for additional flr*. Convention Christian church, I Thl.- .. offering provides attractive Inner
home, an attempt Hospital: offer preparation for
containing 3 acre. stated that he Clnecolor tinting and some
answer the many letters from Chief Pickett .m.Mar.. 21 WSCS meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kenneth Bax. public service In connection with .
Jos. E. Wilson\ of Brad. Co. to would better re- Interesting rodeo shots. Cameron
believed he get
other chapters asking that a sister > itethodlHt Church 3:30: p.m. ley of Doctor's: Inlet a daughter bin tate, County or Municipal gov-
Annie Goodwins of Starke: 9 from volunteers with then Mitchell, as the cowboy sees
be located. a copy of a marriage ponse Mar. 22 Presbyterian Ladles' Pamela Jean, born Mar. 7. rnmtnt..
W side of NW 1-i of have wonderful horse exploited and
REV. DAVE B. 8ARGKNT. acres on of Volunteers
pastor rate
be secured, a report ew pay.
certificate 8 Mr. and Mrs. James Corbett Negro winners of the House andnnate
of Anderson Memorial Church SW I.... except N acre of Church, been receiving $5 monthly.At Auxiliary p.m. abused by a vicious rodeo owner
the of a soldier'shome .. Keene of Linda awards attend Florv
Starke.
condition daughter
on \ Mar. 22 Am. Legion 8pm. a may
that the Jacksonville, who will conduct revival In Sect. 17, Twp. 8 8, R 22 E. the request of Mayor J, P. but everything turns out happilyIn
be prepared so Key born) Mar. 8. Ida A. & M. Bethume Cookman or
( the Pint Methodist Orvllle Hall of Starke to Francis wan the end.Audrey 1
services n oberts E. L. McKalght approved all.Mar
decide about a request Mr. and Mm. Noel Pierce of bride Normal Industrial ColNew
Army might 23 P. T. A. at USO, 3:15pm. : & .
Church, Starke, beginning Williams of Starke: 20 acres as a regular member of Long and Fuzzy Knightare .
for a dependency discharge.On i Starke. a son born Mar. 8. leg'e.
Wednesday. In the mean Sunday, March 20. In tect 9. twp. 0 S. Range 22E. the police force. seen In supporting roles.

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25th. Itl., In -
vole In other Counties of the | OT1CK' Sty Haveo Cr".bY. 0 Clarke,r FI"rlh.I! March named Court and ...u....the.. akme, .
r 1 a ,i Nolle IK mlrma to allHorn Cr.d, T. Fr..k Lsnlrum. t-13 4t '-11 plaintiff seeks divorce A ''*'n..q
hereby
State that come back to Bradford for 1'11. maiden ,
Atty. Iles 01 name Ii.a.rro.d
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED HillBy and claimant to file your
Clay County V* vote for their choice'I claim a.alnt the E-tat.. of N. JVlainwrlht. >. rlri-.H Crt.-Bradford (..a.l,, County Telegraph' shall publlAlhu. .
Order In neat four weedy I....
IIr. d..4., with K. C......,. ..
1870 E. l_ MATTHEWS. OwNUt-EoiTOM Lur* BurxMob.: .. I candidates.: Our Supervisor of K. Pwrryman. ("ust,. Judaof Bradford Martha rl.rldsi Mock I. W inn. Plalnllff. Y. Witness ar.J'. ......hand and .rU.'ol'
RtI..rk. 'lurlda .
Registration has told me that In Oountr. riocMia. duly sworn Wesley' fan Winn. v..r.ndant.C. seal Ih. Febru.ary .
.... Eatered a* Second rone. NebVberHn *. to an or ....,0'. KfGHT month 71U. 11. 114'
Friday Nn.
r b1Iiaed Every one case that he mentioned there from the first publication of this Order or P............ (OFFICIAL: 8RAt.) A J. Thomat C
.**... Hatter at the Fust Office at Stawfce Fla. S e .. e e e was a man registered In three nolle or the claims will be barndby A" %.tl... T. Appe.! Aa Clerk of paid CourtFry .
*tatnt..a of limitation: that to: Haven Crosby, D c.
\ I meditate on the swiftly WHAT IS THE MATTERWITH precincts: In this County and cast Hum duo to h* paid to the **tal* STATE f I" FLORIDA residence R. H nidi
alorJl.L.neh:
whoa : ;
MEMBER 1949.IIaerlIUo. moving e..wit in rttch of our BRADFORD COUNTY his vote In Union County. Are we ar. to b. paid to the undersigned I.Wesley Howad.Dean K.n.Wlnn...: Jarkaonvtlle. BIB)
for Fir. '-U
11%**. and think we should make ATTOKNCYH to sit Idly by and let such stuffas aa Jam admlnlMrator.. R. Walnwrla-ht.' Administrator You, are required. to appear on -Arty 4i ,.U R.d"

/. PM.MJ' f 1.M For Six Month-, rawfa boor count for food. Lawtey. Fla- throats this? be shoved. down our Estate. of X. D. wainwright,.4 U ,Or.u, '.

March 11, 1949
A dad to his son is a roof and a 1 am no attorney but I do have HAS :J
Bradford County Telegraph I. Clmlt C.ert. Bradford C.uatr.PF .
rock: Starke Fla. enough common sense to kno-v ....... I. tba.e.ry. ANNIS
An anchor to windward a hick that a bill could be passed to require Michael May Dorothy Capwall. IT" or
Please allow In
me space your Plaintiff. V.. Tlmrrl Cbrt Cap-
against chock; to ask the question-What the registration of all voters well, Defendant. C.... No. 1141.
DI7"d A bell In a fog an arrow in flight. Is paper the Matter with Bradford County In this County If It was pro- Or.>. Of ...1........ CONCRETE BLOCKSReady -
A candle that burns In the gloomof perly advertised which I believe AN N.''''' T. Ape./
V Attorneys? as with much Interest STATES!: OF FLORIDA to'Harrla Builders Hardware
the Concrete'
VIEWPOINT night.A I read In a recent Issue would be 80 days notice In a Cb..rt Capwtll. whoa. rnldonc Mix:
dad to his daughter Is a knightIn of The Telegraph where Hon. paper of general circulation. The Oakland* la: flU California Moot: Cr..ta Av.nu.. Most Everything To Build Repair or Remodel.

white armor; Hollis V. Knight, county attorney, Legislature/ meets In April and adjourns You ar. rvqitlrvd to appear on, ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc:.
A Lochinvar prince, a fairy-tal the last part of May. Consequently March IKth. It... In tb. abo**
HOPE 'rlt NOT A THREEAPROJECT charmer had told the Board of County named Court and caofi, wherein 1036-1048 W. Main Street South
;
"* Commissioners of this County thata if it was advertised now plaintiff seeks divorce. custody, of i
We wekome the announcement that the Chamber of Commerce With shoulder that double as child. *tc. Bradford
we would still have time to get GAINESVILLE f. O. Rex 12SAPP'S
Act of the Z18
special Legislature til
County Telegraph shall publlab thla Phone
to forming an Agricultural Committee to be composed of representative shelter from dreadA requiring registration of the It through the "coming sessionof Order In ..*( four wkly ImiueiiWltna .j
farmer. from all sections of the county business men and the magical carpet for whisking to the legislature if the powers my hand and official 'Ji
would
voters of this not
County Mal at Btark. Florida, this February
h mds of agencies In this community that deal directly with the welare. bed. be legal. will get busy.If Jl. 1145.OFFICIAL .

and social of the farm family. you believe In Good Govern ( SEAL) A. J.
( both economic But a dad to himself Is a leaf In I /wonder if there Is not an A. Clerk of said Court.
This Is a step eminently In the right direction and one that can a storm; Attorney In Bradford County who! ment and honest elections get Ivy' Haven Croibr. D. C. Th"m.\\
behind your County Commissioner Joseph K. Skipper, 7 W.
hardly fell to have a stimulating effect on the economy of Bradford A watchman that shift with the could draw up a bill to be submitted -: and put the pressure on him. Our tit.. William tJI.d. .I i STOREFriday

County- that .Is, If it Is not relegated to the ranks of the infamous wind of alarm; to the Legislature that, Senator and Representative have Atty.Florida.for Plf. t-IS 4t 3-11

Three-A Club that has been the fate of so many other well-intentioned A swimmer that strains with the would stand up when other Coun.I already given us their approvalto -

local projects. When an Idea gets the old Three-A treatment it 1* 1. toes of the tide; ties In the State have had such such a bill and I know both !. flmlt C... r... ".a.'... C..*.). Saturday March 18 & 19
... &
A weakling/ that licks on his legislation passed that stood the FterMai < ) ,
Announced 2. Atrophied and 3. Abandoned in that precise and deadly I of them well enough to believe Ethel: HUB. *. Plaintiff, v.. John loiiph -
wounds and his pride; test. of the officeholders .
Many present Buss, Defendant Cue No. 71S7.
believe that the Chamber of Commerce that they will to it
order. But somehow we fight get
A broken down roan a drum'fading who were elected at the Order Of P..I..-.....
business with the Creation of Ill Agricultural Committee and through/ If you only ask them for
means ruffle; Aad., !OI.''''* T. Aper
last election the people of
gave
tile careful consideration that is being given Its membership augur An Inadequate deuce ever lost In Bradford County their word that It. John 8.TAT Joseph E OF A.....FLORIDA whose residenceand to Kraft Dinner Heinz Catsup

well for the future usefulness of such a group. the *huffle- they would ak for such a bill to Respectfully: address In: Z4il W. aUh $L.
O. J.
Phillip Brooklyn N. Y.:
The possibilities are almost unlimited. With farmers and businessmen Who later in life awake in amaze be passed.I You are rqnlr. to appear on

e presenting a united front and making/ a conscientious effortto To the women and men he helped can show you on the regis/ I I Dear Mr. Matthew: March named Seth Court 14 and. canes.In the whereinplaintiff above 7 1.2 pkg. 14 oz. bottle
raise.Louis oz.
.
understand the problem. and work for the mutual benefit of eachgrtaip manage to tration Books of this County In reading the very interesting seeks divorce *.. cuatodr
J. Banker. of minor children. Bradford
almost anything could be accomplished. The sooner we realize names of persons who have been column in your paper entitled. County Telegraph shall publish this

economic boat that what benefits dead and removed from the County Letters to the Editor", I notedin Order In neat four weekly lenu.aWitness i
that we're all in the same one Everyone who has children will
hand and official
bent-fits all and what harms one harms all!-the better off well be. enjoy this poem. If they are grown from 12 to 16 year and canal I I your February 18 edition a eat, at Starke.my Florida this February 2 f for 25c 22c
like o show persons who live and copy of excerpts from my letterto 14. U4I.Or..ICIAL.
A common meeting ground between the rural and urban population my son, they will enjoy the I Hon. R. A. Green and ( SEAL) A..I. Thomas.
yourself,
r
I
last verse, and fully with A. Clerk, of paid CourtQ01.1C
.f Bradford County Is greatly needed and if the Chamber of Commerce agree others, dated February 9.
the author I have to laugh-ye, chest cold and has been real sick. I
succeeds In providing such a point of convergence It will have how inadequate we oft feel, a* He has been so busy planting corn I am somewhat afraid that

Justified Its existence many times over. we face each day rearing the peas and garden. Lela Mae Carter some people who may have read I NationalCorned MarGoldOleomargarine

III to take of the the excerpts from my letter may
family. We oft are ao weary, that going/ a picture
KKVHTON'E FIND FRIKNOLINEHM' PAM DIVIDENDS we can scarcely drag/ one fool new bridge on the new road past I have gained the Impression that l
V.. ,
Starke' chances for the Ahospital .
I Clay Hill and send It to me They
after the other. Isn't that right Beef
The bigdividend that a little bit of friendliness will return to a
: were not so good on account -
Mother? Then have not put a hard aurface on
one day we suddenly ,
town was well Illustrated last Saturday evening when Dr. Frank G. realize our bird are ''the road yet and people are worried II of other cities in this district is

Slaughter, the eminent author and lecturer .poke at the Spring Banquet and have left the nest.'e grown are for fear It will wash away.. putting in requests. This I Is
Chamber of Commerce.Dr. the Impression that I meantto Itri
of the Keystone Heights not ,
amazed and even question If we Helpful Hint*! To take the 12 43c
Slaughter owns a place at Keystone and spend much of his are dreaming We feel old and wrinkles out of plastic articles convey by my letter, which oz. can 27c lb. riat
wa. of course, too to Ir atm
Ume there. And why did he happen to buy property In Keystonebecause ?-- wine. Yes, the storm has been heat the Ironing board with a hot I its entirety.The long quote

of the friendliness with which he was received when he first weathered. We are no longer the Iron and place plastic over hot ai
real problem about Starke
visited the community he told his audience. knight In white armor to our board and smooth with hand. Ii
getting a veterans'
at
rhildren. We are Just. Mom and have several new plastic apronsfor hospital P!
There Is a lesson In that not only for Keystone, but for every the Blanding or other site doe Large fo
Dad, a bit old fashioned and a Christmas and they are pretty
other city or town that wants to grow Into an even bigger and better sort of back! number. We feel a nice. I am still old fashioned not lie in any objection by anyoneto IndependenceLima ato
Starke or Blanding. ao far
city or towns. Every stranger who enters a place of business, who bit lonely and lost until we fine about my apron when I cook. I know and does not lie In as '
a new niche Now we can take Here Is the BURNT: SUGAR: any Beans g<
stops at a filling; station br asks for directions! : on the streets should matter of competition between b
up a hobby. CARL: 1 cup sugar, 1.2 cup but. <
be treated as a potential resident and property owner-for that is areas within the Second Congres- Safety Matches
Our son I I. home, at last He ter. 4 egg, (two whole and two atonal District so far a* I know. 'Protecyour cr
Just what many of them will become If they are made to feel that has graduated from an embalming folks. Save two white for Icing), The real Is [ rc
problem that the V.
they are welcome: and among friends. There is no way of knowing school-will stay to help us. Old 2 t cups flour 1 Up. soda, 1 tap. A. hospital program has been 2 Ib. pkg.43c of I

home always looks a bit dull after baking powder 1 cup sour cream. haute with enough tlw
drastically because of alleged 25c
cut the 3
hnw many would-be home owners and business Investors have been school: and excitement of travel.It Mix all this as any other cake lack of available doctor pkg. .

frightened away from a town because of a churlish reply to a civil take a while to get adjusted Cream the sugar and butter, adding and nurses and the belief on the* Eire Insurance that}

question or some other discourtesy: on the part of a thoughtless"native" My own son in Indiana has atartedulldlng egg* and the cream and flour. part of the V. A. that hospital
> a new six-room house Set the batter aside, and put 1 cup Valley Prime I
sa -r facilities now available, if restrict.
He will still keep his farm. sugar in an Iron skillet. Brown It P''
ed to
service-connected
Starke, a* well a* Keystone, has the reputation of being friendly) until melted Add 1-2 cup boiling/ disabilities Charley E. Johns I th
Sunday we burled a young m.nof all that the present law require,
town and this) quality undoubtedly has much to do with the fact that water. Cook 3 minute and then Club Steak piF.
23. He was diabetic It Is sad would be more than adequate to Agency P-E-A-S .
both and beat it hot Into cake batter. BakeIn
>> Are enjoying rapid growth development at the present
to lone
ones children at that age. meet any future need Although Phone 15 STARKR. FLA. lx
time. But friendliness Is one of the few good thing that cannot be I know the parents are so lost two 9-in. cake pans at 3.1Odegrees. I do not agree with all of the con I

overdone, and a chain I I. no stronger than Its weakest link. One sour without him. We also burled a I put seven minute icingon clusions of the Veterans Adminis- aim

. note may spoil the overall picture and coat a town thousands of dollars new born Infant. It is so tragic-- this cake. It you do not have tration In this matter and am 2 for 25c 45c lb.
retil
real sour cream, add a tablespoonof cans
that each new person brought Into the community would spend the death of youth. It la mowing vinegar to a cup of condensed : opposing the proposed cut In the ...... ......-
over a period of years. ever so lightly here again. It is V. A. hospitals, the reasons stated
not so cold, but just cloudy and milk or sweet cream I am sure in this paragraph are the reasons pmentlnfl THE TRAVELER. Hertford
Think this over the next time you're called upon to serve a will work. d.
bleak out. I want to take a walk relied upon by the V. A. in its j '- -
atranger, in no matter what minor capacity. Even If the coffee wad Another week has gone. It Is :Jl
down to nee Don at the store position. They were what I meantto
rold and the toast //'NU burnt that morning try to give a friendly Folks at Clay Hill are (till still mowing I am happy, let It refer to when I stated that

mile and a courteous answer. Who knows?-some day he might t1a> I picking strawberries. I hear that snow. Digger la asleep.' Willie the chances of establishing a V.

:your next door neighbor! i they had a nice party for Jeanette named sings. I"Journey's am thinking End.of" a poem I A. hospital at Starke mere not New Plymouth on Display,)!

Green at Highland. Geraldine particularly /good at this time

A H.K.HT WITII Ml'pF.n SIGNIFICANCE Carter svgs there and Dorothy How shall I learn to leave earth's I I do not think that competition i it'

Manning. Earl Moaely! has gone treasured things. I within the district at the present
The dramatic, non-stop, round-the-world of Air -
flight Force
an
having joined the Coast Guard, The quietude of an after glow. time Is a very material matter.:
toombcr can be viewed from several perspective It wa a technical and I hear Hulon Herndon one of The crimson glory of a rose, and I Sincerely yours, ?F I _

achievement of high magnitude, Indicating the peak quality of the my former pupils. .Is also goneto rain's Charles E. Bennett. M. C.

military equipment we are now producing. Above all, however the the Coaat Guard. AH are well Battalions tramping down their House of Representative

flight waa undoubtedly planned to dovetail with our present international at Carson Griffls' home. Nettle chalices I I Washington D. C. 1I ]

policy. Carter and son Leon'- visited f.- How shall I learn to leave familiar -.

It was reported ,that a similar. flight was proponed about a year lamae C 1erFl1d evening i Mr. lanes? I QUICK RELIEF FROM

ago but was abandoned at the Insistence of the State Department and Mr.. Ed Carter of Lawtey Shall I go softly. as the sunset Symptom *f Distress Arising from

which felt then that It would make an amicable settlement of US. have a new baby boy They used' dips STOMACH ULCERS
"' to live at Clay Hill. I had such Its golden finger from these quiet
USSR disagreements even more difficult But a great change In Amer. a lovely letter from Mr.. R. A. trees DUE TO EXCESS ACIDFreeBoekTeUaefHemeTreatmeitttliat ]
I; Ja
Iran diplomatic thinking hall taken place In !
a short
very time Our Nettles of Starke route. She sent Sill like the stare at dawn, unseen .

policymakers have clearly come to the conclusion now that anything me an application to atari a Bible unheard Must. Help' er It Will Cot Yen NothingOver

sven remotely resembling appeasement. of Russia can only result In reading course I know I shall tar**million boulea of th.WiUAaoTaaAmaNT

more Communist sggresston. Along with this, they feel the need to enjoy it. Louise Browning has her Yes the passing from thU worldat have been old for relief of p '
,fdiatrtMiarlaln' from ttemacta .J
strengthen the resolve of the Western powers, particularly the smaller garden and flower garden started journey' end is usually a quiet ayointooM and Pnedenal Ulan due to* be.. Add.
which the Rev, J. L. Strickland has a pause, Just before the sun sets. P_ D.._..... tmur or UM *'_ .
ones run greatest potential risk when throw
their
they ...
I 0__ _., .Iee _ea.
of all of
lot with this country and Britain. This night served notice on thwurld ) Always am thinking due toEvnM: *.....geld on l; d.l.' trlailAuk
you and loving you. for MWU_'. __.*" which fully
that American power exist In fact as In theory and that the God bless you all espldu this...."....D.KQCII ..--..

..entire globe la within reach of our military arm.*.. LOVELURA DRUG STORE

.WewUrn Europe has long wanted definite demonstrations of this =
L
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country' strength The Western alliance, If It Is to lucceed. mint IP-

have its material base In the United State.. Unpleasant a* the fact ATOPQUAtlTXHOME 1

might: t>', the moat sincere pledges; of mutual purposes are worthier! FREEZER r II 1I

unless.. there exist a huge reservoir of armed force to give the documents : I

meaning. s .. |-**>" M.I a*> at a price III

K want to pay. I Plymouth' new special. deluxe, four-door sedan (above). Throughout the new Plymouth line beautifully. j
Someone has said that "cold war" le I turning Into a "cold peace", you .
streamlined bodies are lower and narrower, seals are wider and headroom greater. At the same time overall
but, for the present, no one can yet see an end to saber *
rattling on exterior dimension are reduced. but wheelbase has been lengthened to Ill inches and glam area Is increased.. ,

cither nude.'Nlhen. Horsepower raised to 97. Although fender flow gracefully Into the body they are detachable for ease in repair. I
sI'4 e e .

the white man discovered this country the Indiana were I

running It. There were no taxes, no debt and the women did all tho .... to New Plymouth Features Beauty

work. Think we ought to give It back to them? I "!' ,



JfcsS: fl is retainedby Performance, Safety and Comfort;


-'h'' modern Brilliant new styling Is combined size the broadness of the front proved performance and efficiencywith

with outstanding riding comfort, Increased Fenders, which blend perfectly into a new design cylinder head

e. methods roominess, and weeping body lines are nevertheless separate which increases compression ratio

I ;a _,L e mechanical Improvements in the and detachable, thus avoiding sheet to 7 to 1. A new chrome plated

new line of Plymouth automobile ,metal panel 10 costly to repair or compression puton ring reduce
'"
-, I INTEGRITYof I for small ..", m..1 Good! clothes deserve the finest dry Completely redesigned, the new replace. cylinder wear and provide greater
news The
, Thrilling Now you can enjoy better tasting; ,I cleaning care:; less expensive clothes Plymouth has a longer wheelbase r nine' distinct new Plymouth automobile line Includes protection during the break-in per

,, conduct and dealing with better fresh frozen food all year 'round I demand it. Clothing left to our expert for a better ride and more road tatllity deluxe and deluxe' Special iod. There are Improved oil ring
Model SO' famous "Zero I care always gets the kind 'of dry but less front and types are on a for greater oil economy, while a
thoughtfulness and economy in allour Amana rear over- US-inch wheelbase one inch longer newly-designed Intake manifold induce

serving these mark the repu- Wall" give you five cubic foot I cleaning: that revitalizes fabrics hang for easier parking and garaging.! than last year's. Special deluxe quicker, smoother engine

perfect I food storage capacity! : accentuates colors-and makes them While tho silhouette ha been low- model are: four-door sedan, club and faster throttle
warm-up produce
table quality of this well known firm. EXTRA PROTECTION/ smell fresh look fresh, wear fresh ered and the width decreased there coupe, convertible club coupe and response.

and stay fresh longer. Preserve and 1* more head and leg room and eats station wagon In the deluxe groupare Body styling which produces
You get 5 year free replacement war are wider. Typical of Plymouth'smany the four-door
wearables. Bring sedan
smart and the without
and 5 protect your J greater passenger room excessive
DeWITT C. JONES ranty on waled-in mechanism refinement is the ignition- club In
coupe. addition Plymouthwill visibility.
food them in today. bulk also increases
against>
year Insurance policy starter combination, with which a build three deluxe model
on a V-type windshield have 37 percent
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. spoilage with every Amana Home turn of the key starts the engine. brand new 111-inch wheelbase excellent
a more and provide
Amana : are
Freezer! Come In and see The Plymouth sleek fa.ppearance. two-door sedan
new are
a three-passenger Windshield
Funeral Director Ambulance: ServiceOur : Model 50 Home Freezer today! \ PHONE 135 New rear-end styling coupe and a vision without distortion.
new body type the 'wiper clear 61.5 percent: I
ROOT.GRBBN 31S.,
; provide a graceful: balance with the Suburban.The .
enable to offer convenience and window
local funeral home us I J greater area and the rear

t. services not otherwise available. Slade Gas "Co. 'lletu Tempi. horizontal grille lines which empha 9T-horsepower engine ha Im is 3S.. percent: larger. _


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S! We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and Phone 121 I J. P. Roberts MotorsPHONE II

":":. accept ANY' life Insurance policy in force issued by ANT Two doom from railroadE.

l." company a* payment In part or la full on a funeral.Coaswltatlon .

; ; carries BO oWlgaUon.i Call St. Starke Fla. !! A. 69 STAHKE. TLA.rAGE .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEURdRAPn.! 8TARKB FLORIDA- '

MARCH 18. 1949 -
1 I Wtnaa| tny hand and rtfftrtal
I
bee Spring flower were placed at I Rlchcndollnr Saturday night were: anal at Hturko, Fluilita, this Kobruary -
have
. . . weekend at his two children who Mr. ,
villa spent the the Club Mr. and Mrs Socber Moody 12. tll43tOPKICIAl.
In Phone 52-J
trailer park visitors for ...veral Interesting points SEAL) A..1.: Thumps, 8.81 Qy.p F SERVICE
home here. "The Lake Gene Room. The afternoon's hostesses, I and Mrs Ira Merritt Mr. and Aa Clerk of Bald Court.Ili l ): E Hartmann
in Mrs.
C. A M. 1\(. ol months and Mrs I>. I*. : .
Lake Geneva I Gene Coleman Jacksonville spent Trailer Park." left Saturday for Mrs. W. N. North and Mrs R. P. Mrs. Harold Shiver, Mr. Markalee 1C haven II. IMinran i'ruaby, loll Lynch llldl, 'OliOw cal TaM.
S.
, the N. A. in Michigan. McLendon served sandwiches and Pete Sapp Bud Moody JacKaonvllln. (Florida
By Blanche Cunningham the weekend .with his family here. their home I cookies with coffee at the social Moody and Joe Leslie Forsythe., Ally for J'lf. -2S T. M. Finley and Mlsa Aileen Wagner spent the .
and Mrs.
Mr. and her parents Mi hour.( Mr. Harold Shiver and childrenof I. rirr.lt Conn. llradroril. fimXr.Klurldai AJwnO.a.
daughter Martha Sue Mr. I' weekend with Gainesville spent the weekend IK ('...nr.r,.
Mrs. Arnold Carlson, Mrs. Mrs. Arnold Carlson and Billy and Mrs I* N. Wagner. MU f Selkra! Baby Sii4li. M..hltuw (clan. known aiHnilio -

Blanche Cunningham and Billy Rodkey attended the circus in I Wagner Is a senior at P. K. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers announce with Mrs.. and Nan Mrs.Merritt.Mr. Ted Cook of Mvahkow. Moarhkow(alpo )known. ritilntirr" aa SitlctmitnMvHiiikow \_. Pam From where I sit... 6y Joe Marsh

Rodkey were Starke callers Thurs Gainesville Friday night. Yonge Gainesville.T. the birth of their little ), DHf"iulant. ('a". No.
Gainesville visited Mrs. Ida Mer
1111II. -
day.Starke Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and dauKhi M. Finley was among those daughter. Emma Lou Saturday Order. ..r Piibllratkmnj

callers Friday were Mrs. ter Lillian spent Sunday in Silver attending the motorcycle race,,] March 12 in Shadycrest Hospital.Starke. ritt*Sunday. !%Allr.t)*.P'1'.KI.UUIOA. Apprttv8TATH In: Late

J., Beezer and son, Louts. I Springs with Mr. and Mrs. In Daytona Sunday. ; I Office Supplies! at the Bradford Sain Memhkow. alai known an H..l.onion l. Never Too

Terrill W. Cunningham Navy I Burt Buebee. Mrs. B. Cunningham and son; Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Flowers. of County Telegraph I and ..d.lr.Mmhkuw.. la. unknown) whom! residence To Learn
ordnance man N. A. S. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. T. Church and Richard and Warren and E. I P. You ere reiiulreil, to appear on
business callers I In Jacksonville were luncheon guestsof April 4tht 194D. In the above namedCourt !

Stallings were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams N.iICe Of ........... To Mak. Appll.C.tloa and raunn, wherein plaintiff well at
llradford TUevrapli That'. why thirirtd so
County go
.
Palatka Tuesday.Mrs. .. atffka divorce I Mlllr' l\on.IiI'lulnt. "
Thursday.Mr. K r Kl al IHaeasra.In : thin Under. In Cappy young
I shall punllnri
Grtffts of Stark County Judge' Court Brads: with mwld tha Miller farm. Cappy i Is open-
latnivaWltnepN
Sidney ni xt four weekly .In forever coming up
and Mrs Lloyd Fleming ford County Florida. hand .nd official. tolerant of new Ideas and
was here last week calling on KM' Katat: of Maria K. Hull 4.! nty Now' they're not all world minded
returnee Flurltln, this March aa
and their son, Martin, drill at Hiarke,
I New Plymouth on Display I old friends. The Grtffls family Sunda o*ased. 1 1. 1041OKKICIAt.. beaters, bat Ciippy U usually willIng new ways of doing. 11* doeantthink
here. to their home in Orlando ; NOTICE In hereby vlvon that ( SISAL) A..7. Thomas his way ts the only way.
were former residents after having visited Mr. and :Mrs. have filed my final) report and pull-i Aa Clork of Hiild' Court. to give them a try.
.
ton 1 for dlHtrlhutlon I and for final
o.jT toler-
H little
Haven Crtiahy I
ny From where sit a
.
John Godwin slnco Friday. dlKrhui-KO a* executor of the .,.al. Frank Clarke' Florida. Seems Squint found a new way
of Maria K. Hull doroaiiml: that, on :'rtdrUIII. 3-4 4t 9-2S will make thing go better for
Mr. and Mrs Charles Snyder th. sth day of Starch 1949. I mil] Ally fur to clear brush. They take two treeande!

:State:; Far of Jacksonville were Sunday supper apply CouIIIYJu to Hon.of E.llradford K. Ferryman County, l. ,Irrult (....... llrailrnril ,'0...'''. tore, about thirty feet apart and all of u.... You respect. whether my view it's and.
I'll respect' your*- o.weiR'hte,1
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. OEngram. Florida" fur approval of Bald account Florida In 4 kaMrrry.Anmlm connect them with K heavy chain
\VhltfleM and final report and for dlntrlhutlon rinllll'H.' IMulnllff, va. Norntau farming. politic, or rhoualnK between
with
By Mrs. Bryan of Harold (i'hIIIIpa, iKfvnilant.L'HHB down. on the (ground
and final dlm-harR an executor
ice soda or a temperate -
Mr. and Mrs Milo Selgler ot the will of .Mm la K:: Mull dfccani'dThin Nn 7 1 til HOOrdrr ,raHllratlo iad8TATK old 1 iron. First they both (to pars an cream

Birthday Cel.-hratlon Tallahassee spent Saturday nigh 21rd day\...of Kontl Fpbruarv I, Kxncutor.;: liftFrntlvrlrk ,: \. ....... '1'.. Appear allel) In one direction then they go glass of beer

and Mrs. Whit 8' 8. Mrl'nhlll Ally. for HxKttttor: OK FljtiltinA to: the gwath In the
Mr.
with Bryan back over name
celebrated his M'lumo ren-
Godwin Nornuin Harold' I'htUlp
Billy MO In HldK. Miami I, ()
farm m tlwtl.)
te I. H Hue t... Mtuilln N., onm'Kvn and
birthday anniversary with a patty field. They were accompanied 2-SS 41 3-18 (0"1. l idene l I opposite dirertton up comes .

at the home of his parent: the Farm by their baby son Mike Von, are llPltftnnu'iiiiiire. | to appear' on the brUHh-roots and all. Worked, ,

Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin Sal who remained here for a longer Noflr! or latrmlon,.To.... HritUtrrKlrtltlotia April 41 and h. in4'ruUHK. In, where th. nhuve pluliilirfKetokM .namedCurl [ fine nnd naval time.

urday afternoon. The 25: boys and visit with his grandparents I Notlp' IM hereby .given that the divorce cuntoilv A rfintroluf
umlertilMrnad l I pursuant to Hert ton minor child llrndford County, 'r'II' Co/'yri.lII4"' Unile-i ;Satin, Hieneri Fountiutuut
girls who joined in the festlvitle Mrs. George Manansn of Green 865 i Oil. Florida Statutes, 1941, will' ..vr |ih Hhull piUilii.li. ihl. luiK-r ,lit !
with the little host played man Cove Springs was the visitor ol r..I..tor with the Clwrk of the fir-I' next l foni uc, '*kh' iwaiivaAVItnvaN I II
cult Vouit" In and for riradford "
games on the spacious lawn before ... Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfcllovt County (Florida upon r.,...t,>t of l at Hiarko.my hand o'lurld"and, this offlilalnoil Knb-
traditional refreshmentof Saturday proof or publication of thin nutlr. SS. 1919IUh'FItIAL
the the following. flctltlou. name, town I ruarv HKM.) A. 1. ThnmaK -
tc itY Ice cream and cake /aver Mrs. Mack Sweatt had Mrs. J. : A. Clerk of Haiti (',,,arl.l1y / 1
served. The birthday cake Iced I C. Jackson of Ralford as" her Koni'M! limn O'IOIIK t la\.mi. friiHhv, I U C. \ .
s
.
v"f79. .
n r 1 ; under which I will riiKuvo In buot. Itiiy "p..l..n.. HiMr HlilK., Ua'lona11oa'h
tl. In white with pink decoration luncheon guest Tuesday. "... at .stark, llrndford County, Florida" ;
ay j ItlMll A that included seven lighted taper) Florida. That the. party inlnnmlvo'I All)'. fur fit. Idt 325In I nA'li' J { )

F ,- : beautiful and Easter basket In *Hltl, business. an vole owner I. ,
was thend".I.rnud.. '........ llradford 4 oualKlorltlMl .r.
I lrttlt (
(
..
of candles made pleasing favors 3-Z.1 4t J-1H Mtrphtn K. HI'MI m IH 4 hnnirry.Kinnrth : --zr r

Mrs. Godwin was assisted in car New RivetAND i lluknr llollnnd, l'I"I"llrr. .
'. .
In ( In-ult ('nmure. Kradfonl .u.t" \H. Klli-n I'alhcrlno 1 Knol'l"' Hollarlipfvniliint .t. fh
Ing for the party group by Mn flurlital In <'hnnrrrr.AllKrl ; ,'acs Vn. 7I7J.Onlrr : 'ii r I '
M. Barton Mrs. Lloyd Suggs ot LONG BRIDGE Millar, t'lalntirf. v.. Ada :1111. of I'al.Il'Amion' \...1
A tar Def ndaii <'...H No 7JHI/ '.. l
\titlii! SpitnrSTATM
Mr. E. A.
Starke, Mrs. Lloyd Fleming of By Sapp Order. or I'lihllvatloH. tail uF. Kl.oltlHA t..:

Orlando( and Misses Betty Wil Notice '1'.FI.OItII'A. %|iuinrSTATI 1 I tAda (0:II..n Ciitherlno.. Knoii| llnllun
*'wM1AMAaR'Ml' 7hlPlymouth's I'! UP N hone r..hl""O and 'iidilroan In;, I 8110
llama and Erma Jean Godwin. Bro. Arnold a Mistitonary from MllliThiiHe' residence' lit. l'.la<..It II or....,. ,\I I..nlll.. tleorulaYou
Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crews com 1, Wanaw, North Carolina are regal| 'red In appear the West Indies visited Long Von. ore required' to unpanrApril pllmented their daughter, Carolyn! and 41 th. 1I4'I! I In the uliovti ninnCfitirt . and (rau<*. nlterfltt pliklnllevka \ ...,
morning even
Bridge Sunday ,
,..,... =- welner roast at their home and. Cn uMr hreln. 1dldntfurd divorce. Itindford t'liuniv. Trpvrapli .
with a Ing. Monday evening he showed Mel ka ,11 y1r1.e. tl I 'ad ('1u"nIY Tewiiipli ..1. "hull. piilillnh. thin uulornvnt I..
new special 1 deluxeis than last year's. Special deluxe Saturday evening. The occasion pictures of how the people lived nhall. |>ul linh thl,.. uidor In four Met-klv lanni'pWltnexK st
ot nest four w ><*klv) iHHiinaVIIMMHM hand rind "trl"1 I
featured above. Brilliant new models are: four-door sedan club was the twelfth anniversary and worshipped In the West In \ my hand, 1 and ..t"rill.. .pal, at Htarko mv., Klorliln, thrti. l\I..h I
and the honoree's birthday. Following Htarko, Florida, thin MarI ,'
convertible club coupe spat I nt .. ,"411
is combined with outstanding coupe dies!
styling bonfire, 1949.!. KKAt. A. .f. Thom 1MILK
fun around a tlKKR'IM.
riding comfort, increased roominess, station wagon In the deluxe group the outdoor Mr, and Mrs. Pat Yarboroughof \ lOKFK'IAI. NI$.\I.) A..1. Thor. ( Aa Clerk of, Halt I'niiilly : .
mechanical Improve- are the four-door sedan and the a dessert course was served it Jacksonville visited Mr. and Aa 1'lnrfc ", Sold C..url. haven CioHby, P. i1T ,
and sweeping There the table< lly Haven rrnahy, l I' I"loHvph Frank .' \lII\"", Clarke' Florid
ments in the new line of Plymouth club coupe. 'In. addition, Plymouthwill the dining room. Mrs. Jim Yarborough Sunday I K. hlI'p-r 7 \V*. Fo.'lb Ally, for I'lf. :H-4 4t >:!:

automobiles. build three deluxe models ona was centered .with a uniquely decorated W. N. Johns of Boca Raton HI., .\\UHnni Itldv, JacKmmvllAtly. S-4 4t 3In G

Completely redesigned, the new brand new 111-Inch wheelbase atwodoor cake. "Happy Blrthdoy"waa visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. for I'lf. FOR ENERGY !
sedan a three-passenger written on a cualcal( staff rlrrult Court Bradford fountKlorldm Coughs'
Plymouth has a longer wheelbasefor Lester Johns over the /weekend. la <'herr.rr.Joyce .(Beware
a better ride and more road coupe and a new body type the The colors of green and whit"and Coolidge Kelly 'of Ralford has Huekner Trotter. rinlntlivn. .. .
pink were attractively,, usl'd .. N'nlnn 'I' Trotter Defends: hours of piny call for the wealthof
stability but less front and rear Suburban.The been visiting his sister Mrs. From Common Cold:* Long;, happy
and 97-horsepower engine has Improved In the icing, decorations and can Can No. 1155. that CUSTAFSON'S; milk
overhang for easier parking Wordua Moody for the past two Order Of PwlillpatlniiAnil buoyant energy
silhouette has performance and efficiencywith dles. Slices of this cake and Individual Motlr To Appear r HANG ONCreomulilnnrUevesprompdybecaus generously. No other fowl is HO
garaging. While the week. 8TATM 1 II K 1" .OH III A tNolnn I : That supplies tIC)
been lowered and the width decreased a new design cylinder head cakes were served with Mrs. Tom Hodge and childrenof T. Trotter whoa* tact know rich in minerals MO rich in vitamins so
'
head and leg which increases compression ratio lemonade. In contests Carolyn r."ld..noa l II Charleston, South' Car 0- For safe
is relatives low in cost.
there and
more Archer were calling on the seat of the trouble rich in health HO ,
7 to 1. A+' new chrome plated Bradley and Henry Rlcharde won llnaiYou It goes right to
room and seats are wider. Typicalof to of this section Sunday. are required to nnxtarMurch nn.. help IOOKO and expel 1 germ lulu milk always insist on our milk.
to
ring reduces Those attending were 1941, III the abo'namMl pure
is compression piston prizes. 2Rlh. and
Plymouth's many refinements Miss Camilla Jane Moody attended who..ln. and alj nature to aoothe
and raiiae
Oourt phlegm
the ignition-starter combination, cylinder wear and provides greater Farm boys and girls In the junior Miss Dolores Costella's plnlnllff, net-ka dlvorrn. Tlradfoi heal raw. tender. inflamed b.onohJallUCOU' : TflLEl'HONK GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COI

of the key starts, protection during the break-In group. County Telegraph shall nulillah: ll>. aietnbr n.Ten your' dniRRln
.with which turn birthday party In Starke Satur Order: : In. next four, weekly INNUVWltnrHa LECT FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S .
oil .omuUiot
of Ct
There improved bottle
the engine. period. are day night. tny hand and "Ulelsl to Kit you a
sleek in rings for greater oil economy while Community Club MeetingMrs. neal nt Htnrka Florida, till* Kudr with" the understanding you must lilu
Plymouth are Mr. and Mr. Secber Moody
The new Lawrence Dugger, President 1919.uFFIrIAL !
intake manifold arv !I. the it quickly ply" the coup DAIRY
a newly-designed A, .1. Thom( way I
New rear-end styling visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wester ( SISAL) bachCREOMULSION)
appearance. directed last Tuesday's .
regular h
induces quicker smoother engine An flcrk. of aalfl Pourt.Hv or you are to( v your money
with
provides a graceful balance of Tampa last Sunday.Mrs. .'.
throttle meeting of the Community Haven (Oronhy T>
the horizontal grille lines which em- warm-up and produces faster wlub. Exquisite arrangements ol Ira Wester and Mr. and John. .1. 1Ionde."n. Hi. Aimuntlr PRONE 2312: I 1.

phasize the broadness of the front response. which produces Mrs. Pete Sapp were dinner guests A Florida It 1'., for Tlf. 2-28 It 1.\1 for CoughiCh estColdsBronchitiNOW .!I Green Cove Springs: Florida

Fenders which blend perfectly into Body styling room without excessive of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll in IK '('Ireult .......;,;; 'i..d'o..d to.a(,.. SERVING STARKE DAILY
greater passenger
body lines are nevertheless separate AUTOMOBILE Jacksonville Sunday. 1 (MOieerr..luaeph ,
In
and detachable thus avoiding sheet bulk also Increases visibility.Vtype LIABILITY INSURANCE Guy Andrews of Starke visited .Florida)$ .. Clnlnllff.' .... Fdi. ... IS THE TIME
have 37 H Hpltler, Defendant. Ca
windshields percentmore
metal panels so costly to repair or Chester Andrews and family Sun War "rlf F0.lt
area and provide excellent Although not compulsory It Is No. 7166.Order Of PebllrSIIoa I
replace.
vision without distortion. Windshield much safer to carry Liability day.Mr. And Nolle I To ApprarSTATM
Includes
The new Plymouth line and Mrs. Albert Moody were OF FL.OHIDA to: "
81.5 percent greaterarea insurance. I represent only old .
automobiles. Special wipers clear week. KilimVurhurir Hpltlnr whoHii rHilenra ,
nine distinct In Tallahassee last I
and the rear window is 35.4 line reliable stork companies.Your find addrima let: 40 DnooItoHri
deluxe and deluxe types are on a Mr. Jessie Lee Lazenby of Itrooklyn, IB N. Y.t I

118-inch wheelbase one inch longer percent larger. business will be appreciated Gainesville visited Mr Fonle Crews You are JHth9t r.itulr, *.dIlnO appearStarch the nbo' "$ tlEW. "

Sunday. numoil Court and Cause wh..r..ln1.1..lntl"
120 W. Call Street Mr. and Mrs. E. A. attended ....k. divorce HradfoiCounty '
Sapp .

J. P. ROBERTS MOTORSPHONE Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph the motorcycle races In : .r In Tflenraph next my four hand shell weekly and nuollxri offlrl|amiWltnfua thOrd : I 8f1ffl

I Phone 154 Daytona Sunday. mini' at Btarke Florida, this Fdbri, Its

69 STARKE, FLA. N. D. WainwriKht.; Jr. Those enjoying the nice chicken. cry 24. 1049.' SKAI.) A. J. ThomnAa ., We have-everything you ,,, 'M t,
with. Mr. and Mrs. GeorgsI (OFFirlAIj .
I supper Clark of aald (Court need for the small plot or
liy' haven rroahv, n Frank Iandrum, Stark' FloridAlly liJ 'J
for I'lf.: 9.16 4( 3. AI.NOCOMPLETE


Your Lot !. flrrult In(..<.n.-kJHirrrr..lamfii ... llrnilford. (Count, HARDWARE; .:; LINE ITEMS; :
Florida I
Moved Intact To .UK". Mac 11H1 M. liollaml.Holland, 1'hilnlKf.Uvfandant... v..CaNo T.II-.. FARM TOOLS IMPLEMENTS ETC. "WestinghouseCW1 ,.


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IN THE'KtTCHEN IM t.llll unknown MUK Holland: whoHv reduce< ( ll1lfl

BEDROOM B'TH You ara regntred 1 tn spear eMarch / .
LEADER' gift' r9' 1a6 x 7'f 51i tyJ IMth. 194". Ill llw "Ive
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"THE STARKEAREA named, .Court and rnii whereptalnl
rr-.a*. i ,. '. ( off aneka divorce (lrll.t j] AUTOMATIC
o Order CiMinty In Telegraph next l four h weedy; iBaun' th .\... made possible by NEW, EXCLUSIVE,


LIVING ROOM U BEDROOM I II IJ@ID)( 1 0@(13 a

$ L1l! ti'Ys12'7't TRU-RLIIE: CLEANER;

J\ 13'4'.12'1'n 0 HI'KC'IU.; riutE Gives you COLDER COLD to freeze fooito, faster and "keep

safe coM for normal fuotlketplnK. -
,
steady
""""' "'-"-' $1.50 frozen foods aaf..r-WlSur.
t. "" ''') You HOLD-COLD CONTROL plus new l large|(
get
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",: Suggested Floor Many BRADFORDHARDWARE and
:: big Meat Keeper two( Giant Humldrawew

'" ...... \.....'. CO. Super freezer: In the new Westinghouse Do Lux. 9.
features
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Now-u".lrr apetlal arrangement with the low moving for cmnNinIfn "The> MODELS STUART'S doitA FORD WAXES, ,
thin new price OTHER
Mr art able to quote" MANY

Leader". ..N'llvpr.. ...1 l INTACT ti. awetmlblf<< albs III he Starke CYCLE SHOP POLISHES AND CLEANERSQuickly ,

arc*. This sensational<< new arrangement mean that you TO CHOOSE FROM Temple Ave. 10th 8LStarke r.,ior. toe L 1..f1. 1.
lot for only $110.
of own on your
home your and
-n hate' a Florida brilliance/ e
little home that ( car ,, f l-.., I
to
co/y models with spark your/
"The Leader" i is an eye-appealing and Sample homei jre now on display for ot>er with tfit. ...,.ao- ,

if inexpensive to furnish, easy: to heat economical 1150 feet of floor space.Inspect them apply pad", product e) '
to
square
is unsurpassed up ,.
materials
of .
which Tt>.y'r specialty
The /
quality materials
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to keep un. the quality, seasoned '.
been fabricated from SELECTED GOVERN. yourself and see mad fat ford anIse.f1 I -

cruse It has which have been constructed to e.ich home contains! EXPERTradio Work lido

MENT BUILDINGS magic. fUJe 9r
Federal building standards.


meet Exterior rigid walls and are mounted of drop on siding 2 x 4 applied studs 18 over inches% inchinsulation on BULDING i MPir s I .. LIQUID POLISHING ClIANIt WAX $289.95ACT


The roof is of 1 inch T&G applied on 2 x 8.rafters. > 'and Fitting* POLISH AND C1IANU r 9 CU. FEETNOW
A fresh :
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8 joU.s. :;
She floor is of 1 inch T&G over 2.x CHIOMI CUANIIrOSB t .::
a
is applied to the entire tua .. -
coat of paint IOD' POLISH
furnished to ride you e o
Suggested floor plan .-'OAM UPNOLsUI't CIiANIiS WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATORSIS -*!
SEASONED LUMBER $.. th... GREAT NEW
big the Interior. as LIQUID OIAZ1 CUANI
to see 111e Leader. "epa5- On Kau Terms
Visit Camp Dtandlng today of model homes now on display I pose LIQUID GIAr111Al1I Percent IlownValance .

weD as the entire street THROUGH SATURDAY, 8:00: A. M. TO 5:00: P. M. CLOSED SUNDAYS I SERVICEChu. A compfcf line
MONDAY Co.
OPEN ol ford C. H. DRIGGERS Furniture


ARMY MMff.WRICKING CORP.STARKE C. y,, "Bfovty ASdt" Telephone 13 W. Call St. Starke. Fla.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGUAPn 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH IS, 19.t!
PACE FOUR


Boatdrain WMS Playlet PresentedAt I I New Plymouth Displayed At Roberts Motors]I Informal Parties Building Permits

.
'- .) Met Last FridayThe Baptist WMSThe I J Has Outstanding Mechanical 1 Improvements I. For VisitorsA Building permits have been

-:....,. issued !In the past week to:
W. M. S. of Boatdraln Bap- Baptist WM9 met Tuesday The new line of Plymouth automobiles Birthday Party series of' Informal parties O. C. Geiger for a $800 dwelling

.'-. tist Church met last Friday at afternoon at the church for the with outstanding; mechanical have been given for the house at the comer of Eighth and
Jf' the home of Mrs Z. Z. Grlffts. regular business and program Improvements and, up-to- For Tom SmithLittle guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Her- Streets.

:/- !'::! The devotional wan conducted by meeting with 3$ members present.The the-minute styling, make their ap- long, :Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Lael, of Orange
Tom Smith of Mr. E. H. Hall for a $450,0 home on
Mrs. Willie Green and Mrs. Ira devotional and prayer wa pearance In dealer showrooms son Glenn Alpine, N. C.

Office Gladys Moot) -ktt'llU"e Wilson. given by Mrs. W. B. Alexander. here and throughout the United and Mrs. W. Hogan Smith was On Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Her- the Edwards Westmoreland property, corner. of

Phone 28 Editor Phone SS Topic of the evening was. "Ra A playlet "Aunt: Fannle's Mira. Ctates: Friday, J. P. Roberts Motors from host 10:30 to: his to 12 kindergarten class long had as their dinner guests, LaFayette
Monday
morningin
del Prejudice" and .!Was mainly cles" was presented by Circle announced today. the Laels. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
.. ..... ,. 4 celebration of his sixth birth-
6 discussed by the president Ruby Two. Those taking part were Completely redesigned and Davis.
day Also FOR SALEAZALEAS
anniversary. invited to -
was Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Sr., Mrs. E. streamlined, the new Plymouth -
Jones. A dessert course served Mrs. A.
Mrs. Black HostessTo Family Gathering be with Tom for his party were At luncheon Monday,
during the social hour D. Tenly, Mrs. W. L. Andrews, contains a 97-horsepower engine Lael
Mrs. ,
entertained
Phil Rajer and Newman Z. Adklns,
Presbyterian Honors Mrs: Hart. Mrs. Ira Wilson and Mrs. G. R. which Is amoother. livelier, and Jimmy
Mrs. Herlongand
of Starke, Jim Tatum of Deland Mrs. J. W. Klncald
Young Womans CircleThe On AnniversaryMrs. Mrs. Abernathy Mathews. more economical. Other changes Joe Gardner and Lee Moorer of A. Z. Adkins, Jr at the Prim- IN BLOOM
The business meeting was presided make notable contributions to J
I Grill In Gainesville. ttBLACK
I Kingsley Lake. rose
Women's Circle of W. H. Hnrt'B birthday an- Honored At GrahamOn over by Mrs. S. E. Sparks. beauty, safety, and passenger com
Young the Davis' CREEK
The date of the Rally was changedto fort. The youngsters played games in Monday evening gavea
the Presbyterian Church met at niversary was the Inspiration for 71 st BirthdayFriends April 20. Mrs. Sparks asked Wheelbase has been increased the yard of the Smith home on fish fry In their yard for the NURSERY

the home evening of Mrs. of Estelle last Black week, a delightful family get-together and relatives of Mrs. all Ladles /who possibly could to for a better ride and more road N. Walnut Street and were given Herlongs Laels, Mrs. Jack Briggs C. Green love Springs, Fla,
Thursday at the Hart State Convention at colored balloons as favors. Therefreshment of Jacksonville and Mrs. C.
last Friday evening attend the
members Frank Abernathy of Graham stability but at the same time Jacksonville
with ten present. Dr. and 4 ml. North on
table Colley. Tuesday' evening,
home on Church Street.A joined In honoring her with a Daytona March 22-24. Mrs. E. D. the over-all length has been re- set up In the
Mrs. Black, chairman, presidedat the meeting with yard held a lovely arrangement Mrs.1 Herlong entertained at din- Highway. Open Every Day.Except -
occasion of Tenly adjorned ruced for of Although
dinner the ease handling.
fish fry In the yard was en- lovely on
with old and new of Klncald
,
the meeting red gladioli and a beautiful ner, Mrs. J. W. Judge .
her 71st anniversary last prayer. lower and narrower, the Mon., 10 A. M. 1 r.:M.ALVAREZ'
business being: discussed. Miss Joyed In honor of the occasion. birthday white birthday cake embossed In and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs.
new bodies provide Interior
Evelyn Stump led the devotional. With the Harts for the even- Sunday. and children, Mrs. M. H. Wasdin greater green and yellow. Briggs and Mr and Mrs Lael.
made for a Mrs. Abernathy bas been confined children Mrs. Bert Brough- room for passengers. Thecar's
Arrangements were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. and Assisting Mrs. Smith In serving y
were
presentation of a playlet. "They ing to her bed for more thana ton Mr. and Mrs. Duff Abernathyand appearance reflects a complete her little guests

Who Passed By", to be given at Moody Manning and and daughter family, Mrs.Barbara Mark of year but her relatives and a children, Mrs. Bunle Broughton models.change The Plymouths from ]last year's be Roberts of Lawtey were, Mrs.Mrs,George Leon fllf Men's:Clothing.li I

the Easter Services. Jacksonville, Mrs. L. W. Strick I large number of friends prepared ,i and daughter, Chlspa. Mr. and seen In Starke at J. P. may Roberts Moorer of Kingsley Lake and Mrs. STORE E stablishei

Mrs. C. M. Roberts will be In land and children, Miriam and\ dinner, which was spread underthe Mrs. C. F. Frazier, Rev. W. C. Motors, 600 Temple Ave. Martha Smith.
charge of the devotions at the Pete of Oxford. Mr. and Mrs. C. large oak trees in the yard. I Burton, and Mrs. Burke, of Gra- -
which will be held She was placed In a wheel chair ham. Designers have achieved, a "com- ,
next meeting
W. Beasley and family of Gainesville ?
and carried out to the bountifully During the afternoon Rev. Wen- mon sense" streamlining in which
Andrews.
of Mrs.
In the home Guy Mr and Mrs. Leonard Col- .
spread table, which was centered dell Witt 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ease of handling, safety and com-
The hostess, assisted by her son, son and children of Lake Butler e pl N nr
with a beautiful birthday cake. Crosby, Mrs. O. E. Crosby and fort have received strong consideration -.y nr "f
Jimmy, served a dessert course and from Starke, Mr and Mrs.
Many lovely gift and flowers daughter, Beverly Jo, Mr. and Fenders which blend
the social hour. John Christiansen. Mr and Mrs
during
were! presented to her as tokens Mrs. L. A. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Into body lines are nevertheless
Thornton and Donnie and
Ellla ,
of love and esteem. Marcus Conner and daughter, Janice separate and detachable, thus LOW
'
Mrs. J. C.
Manning. *
PTA NoticeThe Enjoying the dinner with the Wanda, Mary Alyce, and Bute avoiding sheet metal masses to

honoree were Mr. and Mrs For- Crosby, and Charles Newmans of costly to repair or replace. In-
Starke PTA will meet next Ladies Auxiliary rest Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sunnybrook visited :with Mrs. Abernathy creased visibility! Is provided In

Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: o'- To Meet Tuesday Clements, and Jim Burrell of Jack- the windshield which la 37 percent Prices

lock In the school auditorium. sonville: Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan, Rev. Witt conducted a short larger and the rear window,which

Topic of the program, in chargeof The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Mr. and Mrs Olin Graves and devotional and many gospel songs Is 24.4 percent ]larger

Mrs. L. A. Canova will. be: Presbyterian Church will hold ,Its daughter, Shirley, of Daytona; were Bung for Mrs. Abernathy.She Sedan seats are wider and deep '

"Learning to Decide". monthly meeting Tuesday eveningat Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers and had especially requested "Jer- er both front and rear. The width 1 EveryDay I

8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. daughter of Waldo; Mr. and Mrs. ico Road" as one of her favorites. of both cushions has been Increased ?

WSCS NoticeThe J. R. Kite. L. A. Wynn of Hampton, Mr. and Everyone who visited with Mrs. ((5" In front &" in rear- r

The .topic for discussion will Mrs. .E J. Dowling, Mrs. Beulah Abernathy had an enjoyable day front seat width 56", rear seat

WSCS of the Methodist be "It's Our Job, Puerto Rica Prescott Mr. and Mrs. DaVid and it was heart-warming to see width 57"*) with panels and armrests ..:.,,. !

Church will have Its regular program and Alaska Mission Study". The Kelly, of Starke; Mrs. Neta Dyal how happy she was even though I so! located aa to take maximum 1l

and business meeting at devotions will be conducted by and daughter, Marie, of Brooker; confined to bed. Just before the advantage of the Interior .. _

the Church Monday afternoon, Miss Lucille Mitchell, followed bya Mr. and Mrs. Flake Watson Mr. Sunnybrook Singers left they all pace. The new Plymouth line l { e I t

March 21, at 2:30: o'clock. quiz led by Mrs. 1 K. G. Duncan. and Mrs. Joe Kale, Mrs. C. B. sang "Happy Birthday" for her includes nine distinct automobiles. TALCO

Roberta Mr and Mrs. Leon Wynn and wished her many more. Rev. There are four special delux and .. FEEDSScratch
and children Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Burton dismissed the gathering \ two delux types on an 118-Inch
Farewell Party 'Andrews, Mrs. Carl Broughton : with a prayer of thanks. wheelbase one inch longer than Feed
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For Alton AmbroseAlton last year's. In addition, Plymouth
CARROTS 2 bunches for. 13c 23 Ib. Otfo i 100 It. 3.89
will
D .BIITARKE build three deluxe models on ,
Ambrose, !Who enlistedIn a brand new 111-inch wheelbase.

FLA.Sun. the Air Corps Wednesday, was This wheelbase group consists of Laying Mash

the Inspiration for a farewell party a two-door sedan a three passenger
Ib. 1.13 100 4.43
given Saturday evening by coupe and a new body type, It>
., Mon., Toes, Mar. 20-22 his fellow A &: P employees.A ,--- the Suburban. Cauliflower. lg. snoball, ea. 33cu

wiener roast and an evening Available on the 118-Inch Growing I Mash
GALLANT BESS The Call Street welcome sign Is home of Hanson's parents In Quit
of games, dancing, and fun were wheelbase will be club
wonder' out this week for the H. B. Pey- man, Ga. Charley Darby will a coupe 23 lb. 1.13 100 Ib. ..43
The screen's horse enjoyed at the G. E. Miller coun- and a four door sedan In 'the deluxe -
tons (Harold& Boots) who have do the honors as best man .
Flue "Thin. la. America", "Girl try home off the old Standing just moved into their remodelled After a wedding trip, the newlyweds series, while the special deluxe ONIONS, Yellow, 5 lb. 19c Ann I Page Spaghetti, 8 oz. 2 for 19c
road, where lights were strungIn group will Include both
la White", & Latent News' home on 120 acj-es of good ole Will be at home In the Bur club the
the
yard. Bradford County soil\ adjoiningthe nett apartment on Klngsley .i In addition coupe to and the four-door sedan! Ann Page Macaroni, 8 oz. 2 for 19c
Hosts at this delightful/ offal- Bowers place east of town Wanted: the trophies (If ) : convertible club
Wed., Thura. Mar. 23. 24 any
coupe and the station POTATOES Red Bliss 4 lb. 25c
were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mur- Harold Is a salesman for a awarded when BUS baaketeer: wagon. -
DOUBLE FEATURE phrey, Mr. and Mrs Herbert Ho- food brokerage house In Jacksonville were state champions back around Engine performance and effi- Ann Page Spaghetti, .16 oz. 15c

gan and Mr. and Mrs. G.1\:. and Intends to raise cattle as 1918 Anyone knowing whereabouts ciency has been improved with a

The Spiritualist Miller. Out of town guests Included a sideline They're close of said trophies, please new design! cylinder head which Ann Page Macaroni, 16 oz. 15c
Mr and Mrs. Cecil Haring. friends of the Nomvorthya and contact BHS, where a collection Increases compression ratio 7 to YAMS, Kiln Dried P. R., 2 lb. 25c

Turhan Dry & Lynn Bail ton and family of Montlcello Mr. have been occupying one of the Is now being assembled 1. There are improved oil rings Ann
for greater oil] Page Fine Noodles 5 oz. 9c
and
Mn.
ALSOArizona Maurice Franco of Jack. economy while a
Nasworthy apartments on Klngi-! Seem to me that Harold Wall,
sonville. Josh and Dave Yarbroughand ley while their house was being Wilbur S'ott, Bill Epperson or newly-designed intake manifold

i GangBusters George Sparks of Waldo readied Always glad to welcome someone else along about that duces quicker, smoother In-I LEMONS, 432's, Dozen 29c Nl'TIJEY
wartn-up and
newcomers specially, time might' be able to furnish a produces
those as personable as the Pey- clue response to throttle:! opening
With Tim McCoy WE GO NYWIIEREISpecialising tons! The longer wheelbase allows a OLEOMARGARINEAPPLES

Flu Latest New. In I Fred. Yerki-w sailed Thursday on "cradled ride," as passengers are Washington State J I
Wednesday wan a double date r n-ore nearly centered between the
the Red
WEUDINGSJIIUTIIDA Queen Mary for London. England -, Delicious 2 ft. 39c
for Judge Adklnn, his birth- axles. New Shock absorbers ,
Fri. Sat., Mar. 25: 26 'I being ns a representative of the also R,., 23c
Yn day and wedding anniversary .1|I U. H. Protestant EplscopnlI allow greater road clearance and
DOUBLE FEATURE PARTIES He could also celebrate the fact reduce sidesway.
'
Churches
to
work
I on a special
that he la now able to bo out and I I Interior design of the Plymouth

Charlie Chan in ANNIVERSARIESENTERTAINMENTS about after his recent lllnnas .1''I assignment England .with Quito the a well-deticrvet Church of provides many driver and passeng Celery, Goldenheart 48s, 2 25c Ann Page Mayonnaise pt. 37c

Hear that Dolly Sullivan Is starting er comfort and conveniences. Se-
honor
I which will be of great Interest -
The Golden Eye a chicken farm In a small\ dans have the rear door hinged
i I to his many, many friends Daily Dog Food 3 for
from the cans 25c
ALSOFighting SPECIAL EVENTS of alt kinds way purchased ten hens last i I I here He'll return In June, and center post for easy entrance Tone Steak, Ib. 90c
Sunday and Is all set to become a the Rev Leonard and exit. The seats, front e
Bailey, who a
Pals QUICK SERVICE: 'OV PHOTO big butter .& egg gal. Welcome n pastor here about eight was and rear, have a three-pillow Iona Pork & Beans, 22 oz. 2 for 23c
yean cushion while Sirloin Steak, lb. 79c
Home to Seaman 1-c Everett seat backs have
With Bob Steele and l a t
ago, < who has Just returned 1 e
Develophl&.n.l, FInishing Crews who has been sailing the full pillow on each side and '
three
Also Cartoon ft Chapter 12 of from Australia, will take ovprFI'eI' Daily Dog Meal, 5 lb. - 53c
HOLLYWOOD CAMERA seas with the Navy since lost duties In the meanwhile vertical pipes In the center. e i a Chuck Roast lb. 50c

"Rider of Death Valley" June visiting such\\ far away spots Hear that "Papa" Steinhagen A new automatic electric choke,
.. -=-- AND GIFT SHOP aa China and, India He' home, of the same type used on other '
------ (Laura St.
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won second
-- :: prize on Ground Beef, lb. 43c
on leave with March 27 set as his an amateur program at the Colonial Chrysler Corporation cars has 4 |DEXO SHORTENING
.. ... date in California been added.
,. ..,- --- - - --- report-back ; Hotel In Jacksonville Among the outstandIng Meats
with
George Sparks of Waldo Is the his accordion Hear that Enos Innovations Is'the combina- Brisket Stew, Ib. 29c '

i. new clerk in the ,A & P, replac- Hayes has pledged H K, A. at U which tion Ignition and starter switch 1"-., 30c; 3 Ills, 82c
leg Alton Ambrose who enlisted completely eliminates the
of F. .
starter! button. Leg-o-Lamb ft. - 69c
In the service I last week I IShmlcH ,
I
F. t'. IIolllnicHworth of the E. A. There are numerous improvements -
of GeorgeRector! Hear Strout !in the new Plymouth' Whole I Shoulder Lamb "'- Junket Danish Dessert, 2 for 23c
hat Charley Johns stayed home Agency Is Justly proud of electrical and lighting IU. 39c
Sunday and prepared a scrumptious the Leader's Club Banner he received system.
Headlights
dinner of fried last week for being one of equipped with a bulls- Mexene Chili Powder - He
chicken, deviled
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((9Rt nG5 l four in Florida and one of five eye lens In the center of the sealed Rib Lamb Chops, ft. 85c
.TI ra C A R D S eggs, potato salad,> etc., while beam lens provide substantially
wife Ted donned her Sunday bent In the U. S. to receive such distinction Increased light output. Plastic Ion a no. 2 Tomatoes, 2 cans 27c

and went to church! Received. Membership Is basedon
lenses 'have been
sales and, commission Income Installed In the Western End Cut Loin Roast, lb., 45c
a report that Samuel Love of
stop, tall, and
parking lights. Ann I
/ Page
Mayonnaise I
and the attractive banner qt. sac
,
Ocala, brother of Mrs. Jennie qualified -

:: {; Now On Display Young Varsity of Party Starke nomination, received the for Leaders 1 the Club local In agency 1048 for, Glimpsed the- Singing Convention Sunny field Sliced Bacon, ft. 69c

president of the U of II' student at home from FSU for tht'lr.tw..n
IONA
.K body In open convention March quarters spring holiday are Members of the Bradford Coun- Smoked Picnics (6-8 lb. ave.) lb. 43c FLOUR
ty Singing Convention will meet ,
14 Elizabeth Lawson Is quite Merry Winkler Mary Weldon

tin I distressed over receiving a medical Barbara Horne Shirley Mueller at the Starke Christian Church 2. tf>. I6c
and Claude Johns. Jr. Gladto Sunday afternoon at ::1 p.m.
'J discharge at Camp Lee Va., Quick Frozen Perch Fillets, ft. 33c
met: t tt last week She enlisted Jan. know that (I'm not the only one 5th-------
Jk t 20 and has been very happy with who puts a bad l Job off to the TEACHERS- IVe now haH 33C

r.' e tileV AC, but seems she lifted very last mliute Glimpsed hat hard-to-get practice) paper Quick Frozen H&G Whiting, I ft. 19c

COMPLETE LINE 1 an overloaded barrack's bag. In-I Clifton Brown mnkln' a mad dash for student, ruled and plain. In 10 Ib. _ 63c"

Juring her back thus the discharge -: to the railroad station Tuesday U I x 12 size, 83 cent per ream. I

OF EASTER ITEMS night to put his Income tax returnon Bradford County Telegraph. Large Headless Ocean Shrimp, lb. 69c 25 Ib. . 1.49
the mldnlte train That's .
Lou SI ruth In. Mill agog and what I rail Just gettln It under

aghast over the 10 Ib. bass she the wire! LUCK OR PLANNING? Fryers Fresh Fla. D&D lb. 59c
: Easter Candy landed while casting In the bin LIM>y'" CORNED BEEF HASH 33c
grass on Klngsley last Friday Sorry to hear that James New The man who I leave his future

night Lou was using a "broken some 13: who fell off the A A P to luck instead of planning In LJbby' VIENNA 8AUSAGKLlbby'a 18e

back vamp" and almost uf- building during ltd constructionand an Intelligent manner oftennn.ls LUX TOILET SOAP, Bath Size, > 12c
\ Easter Rabbits fered a broken back herself before who had been
on crutches up hlmaeir, \ on the outside SPAGHKTTI: ft MEAT S3c
she landed that whopper! until
three wceka
ago has had to
looking In. Not B good pot. 'LUX TOILET SOAP Regular Size 3 for 25c
It's another girl for Gene an'Hazel go back on them Little Gene ,
Matthews their third Barton, three year- old son of :That's why it pay to plan a IJhby', TRIPE:, 11 0'.. can S7c

Easter Baskets tALL Ye editor says he now ha the J. C. Bartons, is In Shailycrest really worthwhile career in the LIFE BUOY SOAP, Bath Size 12c

SIZES three potential society editors with a dislocated hip Seems new U. S. Army or U. S. AirKurre LJbbj' VEAL LOAF _ 29c

but still no cub reporter! he darted Into the rear fender of two great organisations IM-N-S-O, Large Size 28c
Somebody must have vetoed the .a passing auto while playing In rhork-full of wonderful chance Iona PEACHES: No. 9ft can Mo

law of averages! The Tom the street at Church A South for you t
Easter Toys Siades and Myrwln Long wereshopping Quite a few canes of measles around sense! of security In knowing SWAN SOAP, Regular Size, 3 for 27c Ann Page lleana with Pork 18 c*., lOc

In Atlanta last weekend and about young Mike you are assured utrady employment -

Myrwln has quite a task on( Frlck.: son of the'Jerome Frlcks and steady. Income SWAN- SOAP, Large Size, 2 for 29c: Ann Page 18 ox Spaghetti, 2 for *3cBright
DecorationsCOME her hands laying in a two-year among the latest victims Little In interesting active work. Free
supply of clothing for a family Mike Green la \ill
with bronchial
of four She and the two pneumonia and his mother-, clothing and equipment.' Freemedical SUPER SUDS. Giant Size 67e Sail BLEACH quart lie

sons leave In June for Germanyto Lucile, was down with malaria and dental rare. Free
KETCHUP 14
Oz. 1St
Ann.Page :
IN AND LOOK AROUND Join Telfalr who has been lucky I, last week Whew! Guess retirement plan. Flu acorva ofother
enough to secure a 12-room. four! I'd better scurry out and rustle benefit. not matched any-

story house for his family .. ,liThe I up a little GOOD news for a change where. Get the fall story todayat White House TALL MILK 3 for 36c

Things can't be as bad as this your U. S. Army, and U. 8.
magic hour Is drawing nigh last paragraph sounds Air Fore! Recruiting Station. JEWEL SHORTENING, 3 lb. 67e 1 1

Koch Store for Merrill McMillan and ) If. at the !Starke Pout Office 1

Drug Rogers '. That Hanson I! So long see you in the next B U.Jlnjfh Monday, 9:00 a. Our Own Brand T-E-A, 1 lb. 91e:

event takes place, you know. Sun- ,, till IS
nv
day afternoon at 4 o'clock at th!. Carolyn. noon. j "II



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Mr. and Mr. W. D.: Hicks and No. 7190.ORiN11. (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. 3. Thom......

daughter; Marilyn, of Lakeland ;oJ'v'. \ .,.T"f''';';'' ." .:, : I OF' rt'T\I.I<"ATfO-l: I AN. 1lerk If said C'ollrl.nv .
Col. : ,. ,, ,' .., ANP STIC'F TO APPF.\ Un".n (Crosby 1>. C.
weekend guests of Lt .. ...
were '
r-- ,t < .'; ". .." .oII.. .' ....... ". ......_...... L1r1r S'rATIo: (tF Vl.0111l' % Tn: nl1hprtItnnkw. H. O. Nrown 8tllrk.. Fli.rldn Alt,.
and Mrs. Jo. A. Griffin.Mr. .. 00 .
;;.;. ; It! wh. r r.'d..nc.' I.. on-, for pit. a.u n 4.S
and Mrs W. 0. Halte had ; .:, .;.:. 'f. ,/ ,. 'l- kiiwuY.IU'

a" theIr dinner guests Saturday I ," '.;-0,.. "..;.... < .11' r..tnired t" appear IInI'rll
I .. '\ IA. 1"411!' In lilt' abovf' nnn.1
il
: evening Mra. Walter Helms and @ ,',,,tirt. ..11,1 l nil", whrr'ln ,.Inlnllft
I N TH E N EWS _---- I until! Dwld( and Bobby of Jack. r'Y It ,i.e...k.lY",.,. III .iictiy,, .. tor mln..r,
'hlhl i 1t..If l".nn'Y: I
sonvllle. .'; l'pl...strnt'h" .hnll "nh\l.h\ this Ord'rIII ,
-- - - - i 1i unIt. (our we'kl iues.Vttnss .

Mr. and Mr8. C. y. LaIJI returned I Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Mundy your Use Easter our lay-a.way outfit at Stump's.plan for :: :tt; I Pitariie. my i'l.rlin.I.n.l nnl.this orficis Msrit) seal'a II.I j jUtll. L4c14;

to thplr home In Glenn Jr. and Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams Edwina Whltnel of DeLand was ; rL I .

Alpine. N. C. Wednesday after enjoyed R few days fishing st the guest several days last week .: j I

'njoYlng a four-day visit with Hollis I\nlght': camp on Grandin of her aunts. Mr. G. \V. Roberts \. ; tfI(

Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong.Mr. Lake the early part of the week. of l..awtey and Mrs. Merrill < l\IOTIIER 1 Register The .-

and Mrs. T, C. Chastain Mrs. Carrie Adams of Jacksonville Struth of Kingsley Lake. Mrs. New Baby For Valuable s: ,

left Tuesday for New Orleane La. stayed ,with her grandchildren E. A. Whltnel came up for her -i- :__ _- .. lift .0\1 Our Store
where Mr. Chaetain will enter John and Jane Adams white the daughter last Thursday and spent 1 tit"J- ve orr..r the people of Starke

OSAoner's Clinic Their eon Carl- I Adams were away. the day with Mrs. StruthMies '

ton. drove them tb New Orleans Mrs. R. O. Nunnery and children Lou Beyers of the BHS _ t: I anti Idnlty tllle of the laceS

and returned the next day. of JacksonVille visited Mrs. : faculty was enrotle<1t In an Int..n.81ve )' C modern and finest equippedttelding

Mrs. W. N. Johnson had a" her Nunnery'. mother, Mrs. W. N. i five-day course In driver l' It

last week Mr. and Mr. Johnaon Sunday. education and training at the shops &nlwhtore.
guests GIRLS In the above of student ,- ute AI..hua County HOApltal I..? WEAR
V. E. Johnson of Miami. Gotham Cold Stripe Nylon University of Florida this ,week. THREE STARKE are group nurses {

Miss Thelma Thomas hu re- hose at STU IP'8 STOltE. 4r. and Mrs 1. E. Wilson were who received their caps recently In ceremonies at the Wesley Foundation In Oalnesv\l1e.\ The Starke ; E\'t'r"hlnc for the Child All Work (:uaranteedSMITH'S

after month's vlllit Mrs. BeRtha Ham and Mrs. Lula guest. of Judge and Mrs. E. K. girls are (aecOnd from left) Frances Morgan (fifth from left) Helen Stewart and (eighth from leU) Old
home a
turned From BIrth tl 11 I'enrs
She was accompanied Hart arrived from their home In Perryman Tuesday and Wednesday Odessa Thomas. I GARAGE
In Tampa. _
of last week white route
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Florence S. C. Wednesday to RONNIEDONNIESTORE
home by her .sister, Miss Ann -
spent bn days with Dr. and Mrs. from a vacation In South Flor. .. AN)) MACIIINJo 81101'
for the weekend. Mr. and Mr. Edward Burns Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews t "lIte'I''r f'O"RT. .tH'" 'OH" ; I Ius
Bp.am ida to their home In .
Taylorvllle. '
M. B.
Herlong. I- "I1.\i-
were godparents at the baptism had aH their guests over the week- .'ol'i'r.I.OIUIII S..ke. I Temple Ave. cark.
F.: <(<'all II
,, Mrs. \V. N. Mr. and Ill.Mrs. ER"
V4 Johnson of little Pamela Lois Pickart.i end at their home on Kingsley I
.
W. T. Jackson was a guest ll.lt I Joan I U'inks. l'l.tlnllff. tit.IlI..rl
Mrs. C. J. Holt, and Mr. and Mrs.V. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lake Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke .
A1'FLIANCESfo.NercIsI of Mrs. F. B. Fowler In Gainesvilla M. Its nite. Lt.'trn.I.int. "'LINe
I E. Johnson of Miami were Tuesday.Mr Pickard In Green Cove Springs and daulthters. Gail and Terry -N

visiting/ friends In Palatka and I Sunday.Mrs. Dea of Galnt'svllle.Misa .
00.1.S'LESSER'ICE and Mrs. C. C Shepherd
and Thurs- Nina. and MIllS
Daytona Wt'dnesdsy Bishop
and daughters Patricia Ann and Mae Edwards and daugh-
day of last week. Martha Jane of Lake City spent ter. Mh. Elaine Edwarlbt went Bobble Cameron were visitingrienda The NEW And IMI'ROVEI: ) .

Ren. and Mrs. Charley Johns the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. to Daytona Beach the past weekend I In Daytona over the wE'ek- .

KEYSTONE will have as their weekend guests C A. Knight. i where !.I rs. Edwards will remain end.Mr. Card Tables
and Mrs. John Mixon Sampson
81'n. S. D. Clark and Maurice Mrs. W. F. Godwin John Godwin for several days with herdaughter.inlaw spent

SERVICE, Inc. Tripp of Monticello and Dr. J. Henry Godwin Mrs. %V. J: ; Mrs. Elbt'l.t Edwards Sunday visiting Mr. and Mr. A.
Ma".y Dell Sr. of Gamesvllle, M. Mixon In Gainesville Sunday,
)Uardwar.Lurnher.I'aIat.KEY5TO'F Chandler and Miss Lucile John. who Is III.
Mr. Mrs. \V. Barefoot
and F.
I Mr. and Mrs. Sanford RItch eon spent last weekend In Atlanta I
PVF1ftIITM: FLA. Simplicity Puttern: litSTIJII"S of Sand"rson :were dinner guests'
Chose S and sun. Gene, or Gainesville were and Griffin, Ga. White there Mrs. I
; Department Stort' of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot I _
'... V. WIIII.... .. fleprINeagefi.... guests of Mr and Mrs. Jim ft itch Bruce Montgomery gave a beautiful Mrs. L. S. Hutto has spent the Wednesday evening of.ll\Jtt wt'.k. -.
''at State Farm the past weekend. dinner party In honor of Miss
&.psStsSSSSSrrpsssssss past week visiting relatives In George 1.. Lockwood of WashIngton .
Johnson and whose
Henry Godwin
-- p p p p p p a - - Hamlet N. C. and In Columbia D. C. was the guest of
marriage has been announced, and
I Miss Mabpl Johnson entertained S.C.Mr. I Mrs. Janie Avery the past week.end. SI'I: 1'IIIS
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visIted .
Come lJy A"d Ask For A at dinner for them In Atlanta Bat.i I
Ml's. Ethel laiggs In the Flag.Icr TE4JENDo(IS SA VINaS I
i urday. I Mr. and Mrs. If. M. Morrow

Demollstration Of II Ilalbnark Boater Cards. at IlollytooiI IIm.pltal. St Augustine anti Mr. I returned to their home In Kent 5.BUUNl n
and Mrs. C. A. Geiger In Green
I
1 '('..111..8 Caft Shop. i Ohio Monday after spending the
Cove Springs Sunday.Mr. post three months with Mr. Mor. Table
Mrs. n. H. Young has 1111 her Top Oil Stove
and Mrll. John ot
guest this week Mra Lena Da\'en- Land ,;, lOWS. sister. Mra. E. n. lnney. ___________
Theressa and Mrs. D. W. Moore
C No StatkC I Mr. and Mrs. Marion Darve
,port and lolrs.Vard Collins who
are returning to theIr home In of Starke spent! Sunday visiting who have been the guests ot Mr. I 50 1.: A S Y
99
No Fading Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore In Archer -
10:. B. Mr. Darve'
i I and
In Cedar
a No Statlol1s I the winter In South Florida. visiting Keys. for the past three month returned
Mrs. G. B. Flynn and Mrs. T.
to their home In
Battle
Creek.
Mrs. W. F. Godwin entertained
Interfering H. Osborne were In Clewlston
last week at a lovely dinner party over the weekend visiting Mr. and Mich. on Monday Howell Chrome Dinettes 1Ctnl! UnderBracesASSORTEI

a. Better Tone honoring her house guests. Mr. Mrs. Glenn Wood Jr. I.adies' & chlldrens': dresses

and Mrs. Bruce Montgomery of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan i arriving daily at STU Il"S. Nafl..nullylh..rtl..1. 3 I'ieet. Estenslon: Table > DJoSUNS: : -
Griffin Ga.. and Miss Lucite
of Thereua were Friday guests Friends ot Mrll. D. E. Johnson
Johnson and Henry Godwin, whose of Mrs. D. W. Moore. i former resident of Starke. will be Beautiful Anti I Colorful i Only 5.95
engagement was recently an. ,
Mrs. R. P. Lewis of Brooker glad to hear she Is much Improved

S nounced.Mr.. and. Mrs. F. F. Stump will spent Sunday with Mrs. Carrie after being quite ill with pneu- (Reg. $9.50)) ..1TlIa
Chas. C. .
Shepherd Ingram.Mrs. monia. Mrll. Johnson and daugh- -
Seat c spend the ,weekend In Montleetlo
J. Co Wynn and son. Keith tar, Ruth are making their home I'rItlay,
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thom. Odd Walnut
visited Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Johns ; In Bynum, Ala. Saturday 1t MOn.Iy
son Jr., and family.
Court & Madison Sts. Starke, Fla. The Rev B. E. Simmons was In Green Cove Springs/; last week. Mrs. 101. Flowers of Ocala Is China Cabinets $55
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. INLI
guest speaker at a meeting of the Dansby and making an extended visit with This Will 1451k Nite In
family were In Ozark Ala. over her daughter, Mrs. P. E. Canova.
Canterbury Club ot the University -
.' lIming
the weekend visiting relatives. ny
of Florida held In Weed Hall 1.111111 Lorraine DuBolle. Miss 69.50
Mrs. Effie Johns and niece Mrll.
on Sunday evening. He spoke on Margaret Ieam Mr. Luther Addison -
Every Branch of his work as a Chaplain In the J. .1. Gross, will spend from Friday ot Jacksonville and Dave .1(1.5 tako a Isiuk at these NIlit's. Ti.., sill agree that

prison system of Florida. The through Monday with Mrs.Johns' Penoyer accompanied by his mother (Similar Tie This Pk'tnre.) )t'tl IIIIVC nevPr Itt-tore see-n such a hargaint
sister Mrs. Mt'na McCut.
INSURANCEH. Canterbury Club Is composed of Mrll. Penoyer of Scarsdale,
Episcopal students at the University. -'I cheon and niece Mrs. J. S. Cul- i'::. Y. spent Sunday visiting Mr. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
breth In Orlando and two sisters
-- an4Mrs. C. E. Beam.George .
I
,
Mr. Carrie Smith
and
Mrs. M. M. Miss Elizabeth .Mra. Ray. .
Morgan. Santler. of
mond Strickland In Webster. Wythevlile
Lawson Mra Shellle Hall Denmark Furniture Co.
WALL AGENCY Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. Va. III tin- house guest of Mr.Sander's .
H. Ca I and Miss Sharon Hall were visiting L'j
brother-In-law
Misses Frances and E. Jordon attended the funeral and sister

i Odessa Thomas at Morgan the Nurses' their brother, Charles H. Darby Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrew.. I'll ON.: 151 STARKE FLA.
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home In Oalnpsvllle Sunday. In Miami on Wednesday Mra. J. F. Robb and children of .

Constant Service Over 50 Years Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry. Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and daugh. Hastings/ spent the weekend !WIth .

man drove to St. Augustine: last ter Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson. Mrs. Fay Gill at Kingsley Lake. ,

Friday to call for their house villa vlslte! Mr. and Mrs. T. J.

-- guests Mrs. Carlyle Peek and her Griffin on Sunday.I. ,.."... t.. NC: Icine. Admicictrater. NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU TR-Y
..r Ike i.iP: Dr,1..'"", do.
mother Mrs. Wilson who had E. Jordon returned to his erM_.,. and .u .n aihe. p........ ,
CLASSIFIED spent the previous tour days In home In Ovleda Sunday after ac- .....er..d.
lloa.. I..k" notice\ that und.r the
Miami. Mrs. Peek returned to her I companying Mrs. Jordon to the IIF"vl.l..n.. ..r Hectl..n d1N 33. i"i.rii.i. ,
home In Chicago and Mrs. Wilson I home ot her sisters Mrs. T. J. 101..11", ." Aniotntod .1. A. 11t.11.. ....In..

FOR SALE: A dlvl.lon of land bay.Inll FOR RF.ST: Nicely furnl.h..d 2.bedroom to Taylorville Ill.. on Sunday, Griffen Mrs. Carrie Ritch and IiiIcNs. n.. Itell' laraite" Starke. I
i"loilt I ho l..li.-r V
on It buII4in lotS 0" and cOlla"e with b"lh. NewIuo.Th..rm I MI8s Annie !.' iI., nJf,7'N r'j.r.i.!\:: .;
bl..hway. 19. "....I.r. inquire at They had spent two weeks as Darby nian' ; & II,
Blantling
come near new property of a I-room and ,.. Chamber of Commerce build.?IfAPAItTMItNT guests of the Perrymans. I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Jr l4tItis h I. :,, ;, .will', :iii.ii.c..holi:: .a, I.JlliIti.rc\tel,I'.r"I,': he itt

Enclosed room nicely porchei furnl.hedeottall"and y.rd. Good Friends of .1. H. Ritch will be and son, Harold were visiting Mrs. ('''" ..f I..rk.lrnelfnrol. ,'",inIy
.
'i'l.rIla, .I III.nll I i .I..k A. Ni"rl.Iav .n
weile and cool and shady In .um.mer. FOR RENT: I-room. happy to heRr that he was able Blahop' parents Mr. and Mrs. A.11, I.t. IDt3. ii" thu (t.l.tug -
Timber and pulpwoool tt nicely. lurnl..h..1 apt toe r"nt. I'rl to moved from In St. ",% .,......'.11..1 alit''onhllll, :
be St. Vincent'sHospital 3.
60 A. Wang Petersburg
pArtly pay for it. and about rate 6..tranoe. private balh. NIce- 11Ii1l: ............ 'usel'hi
acre. fine pasture. partly fenced.: trio Ice box. (hu for hot water Jacksonville to his home from Saturday ,to Monday.Mr. n..t ku ..h..11. loft p"bll.h.c1, InI
Near Stark. .. Mi for $5.60. heating. Clooklnw. un w. I h.. .. f'.oI1nt T..I..r..h. r"r
Terms. to responsible people. p O. I.lndlscri 8t. It 1JWU1N8URANCEI on Klngslpy Lake Wednesday and Mrs. R. A. ColAon and I'r.1.n."fltlY" w..k"v .legIlIninC'

BOle 30' Stark. U Maj. William B. Corley of Jack. daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. "two" 1o',1'nv, M.,rib I 1M. I 1111'1.'i "n.1 e"IIn" -
write a II lineal sonvllle W88 a weekend guest of C Q. Deriso In Valdoata Ga. Sun. on !l"riliv March. 15. 1949
fire. automobile. liability. and ". A. R..II. .i.piis. ., ....1.... .oo li.il't.r.Ce. .. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK
Ufe. Se. m. for your ln.urancs Capt. and Mrs. Worth W.' Lamar I day and Monday. ( a. .

REST n""d., Cal:N.8t.D.. Waln..rl Phone 154.< .Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Hayes had

WlIlLE yOU SLEEP! MATTRESSES as their guest a few days this I HERE IS IYIJAT YOU IIA BEEN YAIT1% FOR.

._ OF ALL KINDS week Mrs. Street Dendy of Ocala. '
Alhi\cone
MATTRESSES RENO"TEDtl Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen spent Sextant Oregon 4's can

Sunday afternoon vllllting Mr. and The Perfect Wipe-on Paint

Mrs. George Barber In Gaines.villo -

RENOVATED I II
TUNA 25c
( Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Johnson and I

One Day Service little daughter Carol Sue of .

Drlft.wood. Pa.. were guests several -I I U4rrzlntg _

CALl 51-W FIRNITUREREUPIIOLSTERED days this week of Mr. and ( TI... Tested I" ;

STARKEBEDDING ANn RIiFJNISIIED: Mrs.Miss Carol O. W.White.White and daughter. fo'A tin Ov.r W..th.ro..tar Two Years.i I Dolly Madison Michigan Freestone No. 211 1 can J

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Drop I'. A Card Mr. and Mr.' R. N. White .of i 9.tlafactory" "

Co. IIASTINOS MATTRESS CO. Plant City were overnight guests

Boa 231) FalaIka. FIa. of Mr. and Mr. W. J. Epperson.Jr. PEACHES tOe

Also Slip Covers I Saturday.Mrs. APPLIED WITH POWDER PUFF

FOR sALE: heed radios. phonoraphl -I Harley Strong underwent .

& Upholstering .. poIHhlee. I.U5 up. (.h.... a serious operation on her arm
t'. ttb.h..rd. lta.iIoa. Heat Cov.r.It. I Monday at St. Luke' hospital OlE COAT COVERS-liD LAP MARKS
Court C MadicnSts.
FOR "ALE CHEAPI 1 Franklin In .Jacksonville.Mr. .
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automatlo-drRft' oal-burnln.wood clr.uIaiinSb.eter. he"ler: I -FI.OHII)t t:..., Iitll.I.iO ('0 R. E. Jones ot Starkft ,irdMrs. SNOWDRIFT

, 'are. Both County In good T.I..r.ph conditIon.Hadford .f. 2-, 1A $.IeqImwplI... .a pupe A. W. Sowards of Tall&ha.88ee GiVE YOUR CAR THAT NEW LOOK 3 lb. can 73cI

1..t.U. .a ......lrftIrhon. were In Daytona Sunday vis.itthg -
RESULTS--S. 0'' .ati.G.d custesiersI I
13. n. Write tOl' Mrs. Emo Powell and relativea. PROVEN on. our many
I TIMBER .6. A. nvn.isrrMacdenny
SELL YOUR Fl.ttflyr .

NOW In Gainesville !\frs.J. I COMES IN 8UUTIFUL, POPULAR SHADES
highest Cash Prices Paid WANT I4MAL.b (!AFIN OR VAC'ANT Monday were V E L Large Pkg. 19cHunt's
I lAT 0.( I.AKJo SANTA Fl!:. WrIts B. Sltpp and Mrs. lzona } mdIey I JM..1a Gre, lIart.. III.. WaikWa.bl.lt55 .
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110" 431. titarke FI._ at '-U Sb. 01.4.' Grer.I 8oI.r-
WILL BtWIN BULK who were vlalUng Mrs. Donnie I ike F.. ersie New I..,, Crop
and Mr. Sale who
Moore
Guy
OR IN UNITEDWINW. FOR nFNT: a-rm. earaae apt., <<..
chore a. It...t. ,,'.rt. .frl..r.t"r. was visiting Mr.. Fred Guy. ONE CD WILL CODtEntr com An MOML CO Tomato 14 Bottle
.
-. PECK .'Y'. bath. III.tit.J. L. immona.2I4W.Mdlson II R. E. Mundorf spent the weekend Fancy Ole

In St. the
Petersburrr a.

Or P.John O. Box W. Turner 463 FOR. RENT: AI.: I.. i.epiilC a .hln., I'm.'lint, pYC..nt..nre. ...... guest ot his parents. Mr and Mrll. fOR OILY

her C .b..w..n. AI..o 2 Joe .m. spia.on J. H. Mundorf $3.95 CATSUP. 15c
Gainesville, Fla. tipper floor. Mn. Kinney. 203
N. Cherry lit. lIp 3-U Mr. and Mra. Robert Bllt'k"ple" II

and I and daughter Barbara, and Mr. DrIes DUST.FREE Wilbia .. hoer
Send me a< postcard J"iR sALK: too,'. K-hwln" bicycle.Ig and Mn. J. W. Borne of Hampton

will come see you. as. 1(004 ondIUon. ..1/1. ftoidyl4truth. were In TallahalJlle. Sunday viII. kllona cam apply 'AT.QW and gd a
n.st door 10 "I"U' Place Red Bow Extra Fancy BLACK EYE 12 oz.
Kln..I..Y' Lak" lip lung the Home'. daughter M,," Magnificent, GlOM "Ysdory FInish" Job
FL'RHSIED!: unfrnl.hed -
ATTRACTIVE apt. CI.... In. J'e.lr- FflYtALE) : lxi walk.l" box, 415walkin Betty Home
abl. All coflv.flICflCCC. Apply boa. I 10-ft. refrtg.ra. Mr. and Mra. Ralph H. Coy IDUL FOR PAIHTlNG METAL rU..ITVIE 01 METAL TOYS
M.dl.on. .f lion jhowra.C. 2 pair .. .1... cecilrericter.
Colonial Inn '01 W. meal' chopper. meat all..r and children of Live Oak visited HAl A THOU lAND( IIID 0111 USES P-E-A-S Factory Packed 1 OcLibby's

HELP WANTED: Experienced walt.r. meat & bone maw. other mnr-! Mr. and Mr. D. 1. Silcox Sunday .
..... I: %'lflSt. bet fl tur.... I'lirt or .U. Phone -- -
.. II rill. U1. .
a' .aru. lOr write J. 0. Mill.. f1.en Co... Miss Della Rosenberg wu viII.
S days
a .wk.S... Oalne.VllI J'hoflC' (iain..vIIle Good pay 1544 & ",or''"">. Ph. !If-52 Rmt..onnll. lip lUng friends In Jacksonville\ over Come See It Put On Put It On Yourself!

....... It.. 8.1$ MILK TRIPE 24 49cLibby's
rharg'" 9..i race. f... .sl.t old time. natirs the /WeekendMr. Ole can - .
FOR SALE un Ford home med.hady. green ..rlt.y. 8". M. I. John. and Mra. J. P. Shepherd and I All At ,
: SATURDAY Day -
.... New RI..r. lip -
lne, .J IIr."
.n<<
new Mr. and Mrs. C C. Shepherd and
.. I'
$ 111 .
(1904 tr.n.p"rl..llo". ___ Up FOR RJlNT: Th. Powl.r Nov." eon. Chuck were In Monticello MEAT for 25c
__!n..tt. Price $185.ili n f"rnl..d II I'm.. hath). ... POllED 1-4's can 3 ..
__ __ pqsIpPd rrtl.VNat heat rookinC. J T Qulel. ItNYTICIt Sunday visitIng Mn. J. I!:. Shep- ,

1 K..I.. well.". Alrp.rk r..t.urant t" d.sSreble. 1ft a : V will not hN r..pon.ible herd and Mre. A.. I. SaMer. FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

l..rtv.rapidly Th.growlne only notlon..1 .."realI..nal for .ny bills 0" o"II..U..n. made F.W FOR RENT-2 modem furnished wr-'irESEIIVF: : : 711.E 1t1(,IlTtOiJ3l: IT (QUANTITIES
0111.1'' than my..lf.
.,...nl.furnhhed'. "ou.In free.a' hotel Roy 05r.Irperk Ii hr flocesy.aftyftne up cottsges on lAke. BethinK and Starkt'o Florida Specials For Friday & Saturday March 18 & 19

l"I'o..nln. Airport M'tflser' K.- ...... Near .W. S.
.."rU ofK FOR RP1ST' Jr."Y' (4 rmc.a fishing. mghway.
phone.y.to.. Alrp.rk.fleihtI I 1011.0" IlIlIh..a.ll1G. lip. hatS, ,). tlnfllrnl.lled. J. '1'. Qoiicy. -U, SIbley. IZ1 W. Call 8t. 1t I ',f(









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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TRLKOKAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 18. 19l'thcci !

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: : ; ; i: .' Church Mrs.Bill Harris Paul, Miss Stewart of LubeJla the, and Black Pinholater Mrs.Creek Eu- Progressive Business aDd Civic-Minded People of Gainesville and VicinityThis


gene Crosby of Brooker Baptist
By Mr. Paul Stewart
S S Church. department been worked up as a reflection of public' opinion. No person has written of themselves or their business All articles have been compiled by a representative of?
C C S Mrs. Earl Green, Mrs. Roy The Telegraph baaed on public opinion. These people are all leaders in their various lines of endeavor, and the co-operation of those citizens of Gainesville who helped to make thIs

W. M. S. ORGANIZEDThe Green, and Mrs. Paul Stewart department possible is sincerely appreciated.
Deaden Baptist Church organized were Gainesville visitors last Fr -
a W. M. S. Wednesday OMER J. ANGLEThe one of those progressive businessmen the respect and good will of the James B. And have helped make it the business cheerfully do his part to further

afternoon of last week with the day.Mrs.. Mattie Sowells spent lut of Gainesville who has shown many! men and firms .with whom center for this part of the state. the development of those community -
following officers elected: President week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred men in a community who his appreciation for his success ho does business. Shelton J. AdkinsIn In mentioning some of these men. activities to which he Is

Mrs. Resale Carlton; 1st vice Walden and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff :work for the best Interest of the by his attention to civic matters., The successful career of John It 1 I. only fair to Include Mr. C. J. best fitted to lend assistance.L. .
vice leaders In His willingness to become a Illustrates the merit of Integrity every community there are a Cruce whose technical
president Mrs.\ Kelly: 2nd of Wildwood. community usually are cog Camp knowledge R. Dennison has by the conduct -
Kelly
president Mrs. Earl Willis; 3rd whatever they attempt. This is especially In the wheel of community progress ability grounded In experience number of business and professional is backed up by his many yearsof of his business and his attention -
Miss Lubedla Pinholater had asher estate be- whenever united effort Is with the added asset men /who can be pointedout in the floor
vice president Mrs. Lloyd Dyal; true of real men coupled I experience sandingand to civic affair, earned
secretary-treasurer Mrs. Lilly guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs cause they are generally among needed to put over some movementor of a pleasing and sincere person. as having taken a three-fold reflnishlng business has the friendship and good will of
Crosby. Monthly meetings will be Geo. D. Beckwith of Keystone the first to be called on to help project advanced for the goodof ality. We wish him many more part in the onward progress of brought him to the forefront In his fellow citizens. He la to be

held at the church on the Thursday -' Height. with all worthy projects. Such a the city, has always been take years of continued success. their city. Two well known business his particular field. complimented for hIs activities and

after the second Sunday. Visitors -'I'' Among those attending ordina- man Is Mr. Omer J. Angle of the en for granted.Mr. men of Gainesville who be- He also does' his share In fur- we only express the desire of

at the organization meeting tion services at Antioch Baptist Angle Realty Co., one of Gaines Batey' quiet assumption ELMER H. BONEIt long in' this category are JamesB. thering community affairs and his many friends and associate
included Mrs. J. F. Ingram and I Church Sunday afternoon were ville's better known and more of responsibility, not only in connection and Shelton J. Adkins of the deserves a great deal of credit In wishing him continued suc-
Rev. and Mra. Donald Martin, progressive Realtors. with his business but coincidence that Adkins Mfg. Co. I
own Is no more both for his success in business cess.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Andrewsand He stands at all times preparedto In regard' to other matters as well, frequently than not the people Their leadership In their line and civic activities.Mr. .

children Mr. and Mrs. L. A. assist his city, and is ever readyto has very often lent a feeling of who take a progressive' part In of business la recognized throughout Cruce is wholly deserving Kenneth E. BiddleIn
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thorn this entire district. Their fur-
take off his coat if necessaryand confidence to others Interestedin the civic and business life of of our sincere praise and these
ONLY ONE as and children. W. C. Crosby E. therance of civic activities and
the same movements.In their the same who
T. B. Plnholster and work for Its interests.It city are ones few words of commendation are paying tribute to some of the
T. Stewart of those
support organizations
Mrs. Paul Stewart.Mr. is men like Omer J, Angle I complimenting Hal C. Batey, are preeminently successful in whose main directed but a just recognition for the more progressive business men of'
who have had the vision to realize Jr., upon his high standing In the conducting their own private af: objectives are many activities he has conductedon Galnesxille, we would be remissIn
and Mrs. C. Tyler and the possibilities of Gainesville and community we do more than express fairs. Such, a man Is Mr. Elmer' along lines of civic bettermentand behalf of the general welfareof our duty were we to fall to Include -
children of Palatka were weekend< the surrounding territory and the admiration and respect H. Bone a leading photographer community progress, is well the community.The Kenneth E. Biddle of the

visitors here. have given of their time and energy of his many friends and associates. of his city. known to their immediate associate honest and succesful con- Riddle Alignment Service, whose

Mr. and Mra. William Dukes, Jr. to make the vision come true. Mr. Bone has proved very ably *. duct of his business affairs Is buta business ability Is no greater than

announce the arrival of a son who have won the respect, and Joseph M. Reynolds that he i la a photographer of unusual The Adkins are men who are reflection of his character. We the "know-how" and mechanicalskill
James Roy, on Thursday, March good will of their fellow citizens. ability, for it is largely equally well liked and respected trust C. J. Cruce will continue to which has contributed to his

3. We take pleasure In paying this Recognized as one of the more : due to his sound and practical I I by their intimate friends their associates serve Gainesville and vicinity for well-earned success.:
Rev. and Mrs. Donald Martin, brief tribute to Mr. Angle for being progressive automobile men of Ideas that his studio holds its and their employees. Theyare many years.Arthur Mr. BiddIe is also a man who
Mrs. Beulah Harrell, and Alfred a far-sighted business man Gainesville, Mr. Joseph M. Reynolds high position In the opinion of Its loyal to the community, thank. haa contributed generously to the

Compeau attended the Evangelical who Is firmly established In the of the Alachua Motors Nash many patrons. He has made his ful for their success in business Lee CampbellThere welfare of Gainesville and the
Conference held In Jacksonville forefront of the business and civic Sales and Service performs a business a "hobby" with the result -I and have shown their appreciation community for many miles around.

last week. life of Gainesville and vicinity. real service for the people of his! that today he! Is one of the by their contributions to are many men In their Hia civic spirit Is evidenced by
Mr. and Mrs. O. G.: Lewis and: I, city and this district and his more popular photographers in various civic movements of benefit chosen fields who have gained the many services he has per

children and Mrs. Grady Baxterof many contributions to civic betterment Gainesville giving his patrons an to the city recognition for the progressivemanner formed and which he continuesto
ARTHUR A. ANNIS
Jacksonville spent Sunday with are too well\ known to require excellence of artistic service seldom -I We congratulate James and In which they have con- perform :Jn the interest of the

Mrs. Annie Lewis. Moat cities, if they amount to repetition In these columns. equalled.It I Shelton Adkins for being good ducted their business and accepted people aa a whole. No worthwhile -
-----. '. Mr. and Mrs Abe Crosby of much. are man made. They do His personal success! has been Is true also that .Elmer H. 'citizens, progressive business men their civic responsibilities but who enterprise which promisesto

Jacksonville visited Lee Gnlney not just happen. It has been the turned to the advantage of his fellow Bone has always done his share and boosters of their home com will not permit 'much to be said benefit the community escapes
weekend. I
last citizens and he is always toward community Improvement munity. of their achievements.But his attention.
realization of its more progressive
Tom Stewart and Raudw Crews citizens that their city must grow ready to assist any enterprise ar.d has given freely of his time In reviewing a group of He is a man of wide acquaintance -
were fishing on Santa Fe Monday and prosper and be something which promise' to advance the and energy to the promotion of IRA W. And such citizens we must include Mr. I whose many friends admire
afternoon. .
welfare of the community.Mr. I those enterprises' which have bene- Arthur Lee Campbell ..well known and respect in him those virtues
other than just another place on
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ and
of the map that has brought results Reynolds Is deserving: of : fitted the city at large. We are ALBERT E. BROWNIn architect, who has always done which Inspire confidence and pro-
Lake weekend
family visitors here.B. City were I and made It possible for the city the praise and this brief tribute glad to voice our praise of a man compiling thin review of his work effectively even thoughIt I mote good feeling. Hla upright
?
of Gainesville to be an outstand-. Is but a just recognition of the who is successful in his own bus II has been! accomplished In an business methods are a credit toMs
H. Hard, Rex Hardln and i Gainesville business
services which he has I ness and who also has time to progressive unobtrusive manner. And I! Inherent sense of fair nlay
it per. lTIIU1Yfine
one, and for theme within many
Snider ng endeavored
Mr. of Jacksonville visitedE. people, we have to fortunate"
to formed In the way of civic ,and I give to community development. structures in the Gainesville 'A community Is to
T. Stewart Saturday.Mr. prosper. select those citizens ;who, by the number its citizens
business activities. His reputation area will stand for as monuments among men-
and Mrs. H. B. Ingram of And Mr. Arthur A. Annla of manner in which they have con- years
for the successful conduct of his Ronald L. to his artistic and creative of his type. We congratulate
StanleyIn
Starke were Sunday visitors here the Annis Building Supplies Inc, ducted themselves and their businesses
Kenneth: Biddle his
than his Mr. he on splendid
business Is no greater: ability. Campbell busy as
Mrs. Charles Hardy and son and, Is one of those men to whom much have earned for them
reputation for the honest practices making this review of progressive is, always manages somehow or record of service and trust he
Mrs. Eldon Hardy and daughter. credit must be given for playingno positions of leadership In various ,
which characterize his every Gainesville business men. other to do his bit in move- shall continue to assist us formany
all of Starke, were visitors here small part In the growth and fields of activity. Two such men any
transaction.We it I Is fitting that ;we should include ment calculated to benefit the years .to come.
last Friday.Mr. development of Galnesvlle and are Ira W., and Albert E. Brownof
congratulate Joe Reynolds some of those men who, by their community as a whole. His modesty -
and Mrs. T. W the Feed Seed
Markey surrounding area. the Brown Bros. & ,
on his splendid record and trust aggressiveness have definitely established however will not permit him LOUIS PAPPASTo
In Gainesville Mon- who well-known to of'
were shopping Mr. Annis would be the last are many
that he shall continue to serve themselves In the business to say things about himself which
day.L.. man to mention the matter, but the people of his city and the and civic life of the city. our readers because they have are said by his friends, who would be a consistent and persistent
C. Kelly and Fred Walden of friends and customers residing ,
when the call forth to rally many
goes surrounding area. Such a man Is Mr. Ronald L. also tell you that his professional booster of the home communityvery
Wildwood were weekend guests worthwhile for In this area. I
round something Stanley the manager In Gainesville conduct Is a credit to his high often takes courage and op
of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ktlly. the community. he Is among the The Brown Brothers' main interests I
M. AdkissonOne for the Bell Bakeries Inc., sense of honor. I timism. It Is because of this un-
W. N. Johns of Mlarrl was a friends Harry
first to volunteer. But his have not been solely con-
who also of
deserves an additional We do not hesitate to recom- failing faith In the future
weekend visitor here. are outspoken in paying him this of the more progressive word of praise for being more fined to their own buslnells'and mend Art Campbell to our readers Gainesville' and his unflagging
SII THI FAMOUS SIRVILRIFRIOIRATOR Grandma Hodge rma returned< well deserved tribute and they do business men of Gainesville, anda than just successful. He is a consistent private affairs but have also Included as a citizen who continues at I efforts to promote its divelop-
671f8 home after a weeks visit with so because of a thorough: knowledge man who deserves the respectand and enthusiastic booster their contributions, In one all times to work to the advantageof / ment that Mr. Louis Pappus is
her son, Will Hodge, in DeLeon
activities. Successful
of his of the home form or another to those pro- the of this entire dis for
good will of a great' many community and in his people selected now this brief tribute.
Springs. In his own ,business Mr. Annls, is residents of his city is capable way has done much to advertisethe jects of a civic nature which trict. I Mr. Pappas has proved very
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Edwards
successful In the of their
equally promotion within the
friendly Harry M. Adkisson, whose city. come scope ably that he is a restaurant operator
Come see the one different, aim and son In Waldo visited Sundav.Mrs. Edward'sfather of civic progreas.WILLIAM wide knowledge and long experience Mr. Stanley has pursued the activities. They have never been L. R. DENNISONIn of unusual ability, for It is

pier refrigerator. In it* freezing in the repair and maintenance progressive policy of stepping up known to neglect these obliga largely due to his ideals of service -
Mr. and Mrs. Mlki Tlghmanand :
system there are no moving part children BOCKUS I of automobiles, trucks and his bU91De811ahead of the times,, tions. mentioning some of those men coupled with a determinationto
to wear or make noise! It' the here. were Sunday visitors tractors, has raised him into a thus setting a pace for which he Ira and Albert Brown are men :who are taking a progressive part serve only the very best of
Serve Ga Refrigerator. Recognized as an authority on position of prominence In his line. has earned the reputation of being of wide experience whose exploit In the evolution of the business quality foods that Caruso's Grill

Juatatinyga.flsm.doe.th. S S S S C S S S heating ventilating and air conditioning It Is because of this that he a go-getter who does not sit In the business and civic life of and civic life of Gainesville, we now holds Its high position In
_ork. So-a. over 2,000,000 delighted problems Mr. William has earned a reputation for re- back and wait for business to Gainesville and vicinity, merit would be censored if we failed to the public's favor. .
owner know-Serveltay HeilbronnBy Bockus, a leading contractor has liability second to none. come to him. more than passing attention and include Mr. L. R. Dennison a He is a man of keen business
silent last yean longer. turned his knowledge to advan- Mr. AdkUson Is also civic minded We are glad to pay tribute to this writer Is privileged to pay leading general.contractor.Mr. judgement .whose Ideas have been

'.111001 IjMtryMtriStory. .,..,MrS iWaISIISI Louise Norman I age of the people of Gainesvilleand and' has always been ready to Ronald L. Stanley and to point this brief tribute to two men who Dennison Is that solid type the Inspiration of many who know
is
credit than
.. vicinity. contribute his time and energy to out to our readers that his sin well deserve more of citizen whose fairness and him. His personality and energy
>'> .b.......d._" t>y_M.dk .. .. ; S S S S I More than that Mr. Bocus Is any plan which promises to benefit cere desire to be of service coupled accorded them here. friendliness and sincere de. In directing the operations of the

tell why Uwv'i welt. Mrs. Coy Stevenson of Blanding I a man who has always been vitally this entire district. And the with his aggressive methods are sire to be of service are accountable business are important in its out
a big dUTarme. *.!is MftinrtUm. -. visited Mrs. T, N. Norman one Interested In the civic better people of Gainesville may regard largely responsible for the stand- C. L. "Jack" Bass for a large measure of his standing success.

*'t you ftw Stop oopy la_and,.. day last week. ment and progress of the city and with particular satisfaction the ing of Bell Bakeries in the Gaines- I success. As time goes on his per We are glad to pay this deserved
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Norman ami has backed up his Interest by lendIng many services which he has per ville area. It Is a privilege in the Gainesville sonal interests have become more tribute to Louis Pappas and to

daughter, Lynda. visited relativesIn assistance in one form or an- formed for the community in the review of progressive men closely Interwoven with the business point out to our readers that his -
STAYS SILaNT. ,LASTS LO"Gahe Tavarea and Winter. Garden other, to the successful promotion Interest' of progress and civic bet. Lonnie J. StudstillMr. and firms that have been sucha and civic affairs of the city. is the guiding Influence responsible
i last weekend. ot many things which have benefited terment. great aid to the growth and As a result he has quite naturally, for the splendid service and
Mrs. Godwin of the State Farm the community as a whole. | We urge our readers to look to Lonnie J. Studatill has development of this section of the become accepted as a man who I I delicious foods to be had at Caru

visited Mra. W. C. demons Mon. Gainesville owes much to such men Harry Adkisson as a progressive proved his progressiveness by con state to place such a man as Mr. can be called upon and who will so's Grill in Gainesville.R.B.ALVAREZ&SON .

? fi1Q Rerhyer% day.Mr. for their part in making the city business man of whom ,rYe may i stantly adding to and Increasingthe C. L. Bass of the Bass Construction -
and Mrs. J. S. Sapp had the business center for this partof well be proud. His devotion to the I service which the Billup's Petroleum Co, Inc., on an equal plane
as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and the state. city has been constant and his Co. Service Station, in with all others In this rank. In the I
Mrs. Rue of Jacksonville and Mr. He has'always been alert to achievements well merited. We Gainesville, has rendered' to the past few men have exceeded him TRANSFER AND
Slade Gas Co. and Mrs. Bill Lillie of Starke. the many opportunities for service wish for him further success. people. The large volume bf business In contributing of their time and STORAGE CO.

Mrs. Richard Ray of Starko and more than ready to recognizeand handled by his Billup's Station energy to the onward progress of

Phone 121 visited her mother, Mrs. J. S. Sapp, accept his share of civic reponslbllltles. James M. PalmerWe proves that "service" to him Gainesville and the surrounding We operate local

Sunday afternoon.Mr. i Is not Just a "word" but some country. ,
Two doors from railroadE. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain Because of these things, William wish in this edition to pay thing to be rendered Co tho'public Mr. Bans for many years recognized & ]long di.tanceanywhere

of Hampton visited Mr and Mrs. Jock us has become accepted as tribute to Mr. James M. Palmer to the fullest extent of his ability.In as one of the more progressive 0:) In U.S.
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Call St. Starke, Fla. E. S. Sapp Wednesday of last business who contractor in this district -
a progressive man of the American Oil Co., for his addition to his close attention
week.Starling's I. an asset' to both the business! many services to the city of to his business affairs Mr. still retains 'that distinction I:' EXCELLENTSTORAGE _
and civic life of the city and we Gainesville and his splendid recordof Studatlll was never a man to In the admiration and respect of
rust he will continue for many achievements In the businesslife dodge his civic responsibilities his wide circle of friend! Also

years' to servo the people of of the city. and his help in those' matters his Interest in and the very valuable FACILITIES

Jalnesvllle' and the surrounding Mr. Palmer probably has as widea has always been cheerfully given. assistance he has renderedto

GrocerySTARKE area In his present capacity. circle of friends as any other He fully appreciates the value many projects of a civic nature, Agents For -

man we could name, because he of good will and haa more than reflects the principles which he DelcherBros.
Sherman O. Weaver la just naturally the kind of man his share of that Intangible commodity has always so successfully applied See us first!
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FLORIDA who makes friends with almost because of the manner In to his business affairs. ._
SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, !MARCH IS & 19 Mr Sherman O. Weaver the .everybody, and Is at pains to con- which he meets both business and We congratulate Jack Bass on

WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY) manager of The Arlington Hotel duct himself In such a manner as civic obligations. He Is a creditto his! record and sincerely" hope
ins won the universal respect and to deserve the respect and good the community and Is thoroughly that his career will be as useful and C

good; will of the people of Cnlnen-. will of all who know him. established In the forefront of completely successful in the years
PURE c yule and the surrounding country Gainesville Is fortunate In being the business life of the city. ahead as it has been' in the past.

L d tb'15 for the progressive manner In able to number among Its more Lonnie Studstill has many
ar Kingan's which he has kept the hotel In progressive business people citizens friends In and around the city and Charles W. ChevesMr.
the forefront of the business and of this type. it i in a pleasure to bring him be- '
Social life of this entire district. He Is always ready and willingto fore our readers< In this review of I : Charles W." Cheves of the ,9N

Also for the efficient and friendly lend his support to the promo- progressive Gainesville business. C.V.. Chevea Transfer Co., has
i- MATCHES Independence pkg. Sc willingness he has displayed In accepting tion of any project' which promisesto men. a well earned reputation for progressiveness -
his share of reaponslblll- benefit this entire district.! He because he has con

ty In aiding civic projects.Mr. may be depended upon, and his Lawrence W. Mims sistently forged ahead In his business -
WHITE Weaver Is not the kind of services to the people are too never letting up his effortsto
a man who makes himself conspicuous many In number to be described! I Successful business and professional make the service he rendersto

: Bacon %; ;RtbUT 23 by the manner In whichhe here. It may be sufficient to say I men a* a general rule the people more valuable. This
conducts himself either In bus that we consider James M. Palmeran show their appreciation for their invariable policy has made the""
IDeas or other matters. Yet his asset to the community and a flic-ecus by their often repeated C. W. Cheves Transfer Co., outstanding I
quiet reserve and air of confidence progressive business man of whom demonstrations of civic pride. This in its field a fact thatis

1 SAUERKRAUT Ig. 2/ 5c mark him as a man of sound his city may be proud. Is a fortunate fact. Otherwise a well known to the public In the
sz. cans judg'ment-whose opinions and city would be lacking in that Gainesville area. ,

advice are sought after and 11s- JOHN CAMPThe progressive element which advocate But Mr. Cheves has accom-
tened to with respect.We and develops various pro plished much more than just making -
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: congratulate Sherman O. progress of any community jects of a civic nature that are a success of his business and
; Sugar SIb.29c!!? Weaver for his successful management hinges to a great extent upon the Indicative of a progressive com private affairs and we take this -
; of The to tribute to him
Arlington Hotel; also activities of the!! more progressive munity.Mr. opportunity pay
;ack for his constructive advice and men In the world of business \ Lawrence W. Mims of the for devoting what time he could 1

help on those civic affairs in This la as true In this locality. Cabot Carbon Co., is a man who spare to the general welfare not I
which he has found time to Interest In any other sector end local has never failed to lend a hand only to his own city but of his

himself. He Is a whom leaders are thus to be congratulated when It come his turn to helpon entire district as well. '
; SURF Washing\ Powder 2 for 35c many are proud to call friend. for their part In the general some worthy project promotedfor It Is such men as he who are SQ q GOOD Sees-/

advancement of this section of the general: betterment of the both successful In business and .. .

,; J Hal. C. Batey, Jr. the state. One of the more progressive city of Gainesville and the adjacent -I appreciative of their civic obligations ....
, lumbermen of that are deserving of recog.
, Gainesville territory.Mr. < L'.t.
Generally speaking. civic prideIs who should thus be congratu. Mint takes genuine pleasure nitlon. We take pleasure In publicly y. ; with'

Neck Bones :% 10 one of those things that goes lated Is Mr. John Camp of the In this method of showing his appreciation giving Charles W Cheves the -.., 'i,! freight or with flavor. you'd rather buy flavor

hand-In-hand with success because Camp Lumber Co., who is widely for his success and in credit for his accomplishment .t Instead of freight buy JAX Beer. JAX la especially
a man must have been successful known and universally liked. so doing recognizes his civic re- which his friends and associate ... tailored to the tastes of the Southeaat.And.

,.,"f,,,. to fully appreciate the advantages Few men have such a thorough iponlslbllitle to the home com have so long accorded him. -. because you don't JIB,. extra for freight! you get
\ RATCIiE4ESE that were afforded him by the knowledge of every phase of the munity.
_ Old Fashioned FIVE: bottle of JAX for the price of FOUR
community In which he lives. lumber game and to say that Mr It Is such men as L wn.onceV, C. J. CRUCE i bottle of"Lone.Distance"shipped beer.
Mr. Hal C. Batey, Jr., of the Camp know the business from Mime who become acknowledged -t-,
f. Ib.------- 42c Hal[ C. Batey Sales Co., and the A _to Z I I. In no way an overstate leader In business. and community Gainesville owes much to those

Batey Equipment Co.. Federal ment. The honesty which has always activities and we compliment him progressive citizen who are taking -
i, TruC'k.. Pontiac and Case Farm characterized his every on having attained that positionin an active part In the grorvth
Machinery Sale and Service. 'I 18 I transaction has gained fur, him his city. and progress of the city and who: JAX lltWINB OMrANT. J AC KS 0 VI III. H llt*
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1949!
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Baptist Church Presbyterian Church Old-Time Revival T I ldloMl; d son, Leslie, of I Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kelly recently.I not attend services
Ontario Canada and Floyd Rio- I Mrs. Nona Brown and her son- Howard Brown to ill at thbt

Continuing the March theme of Morning worship at the First Begins At Hampton sonburg, of Glbaonburg Ohio. in-law and daughter of Fort My- writing\ and we hope he gets well

messages the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church begins at Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall entertained ers were visiting friends and soon.Mrs.
Baptist Starke will bring the 11:00: a.m. The theme for the the following guests over relatives here thin. week. Eunice Wilson Mr. and
third in the aeries "Moving Mountains sermon will be "The Worth of the weekend: R. D. Copeland and Mr and Mrs. C. Sullivan of Mrs. McKinney Mr. and Mrs. I..

in March" as the sermon Man". As Jesus approached the Andy Smith Valdosta, Ga.. Mr. Theresa were visiting Mr. and McKinney of Starke were visitingMr.
C, topic for Sunday morning Is "Mov. end of his short ministry he made and Mrs George Smith and daughter -, Mrs. Floyd Crosby and family and Mrs. Lem Brown and
Sun
ing the Mountain of Worry". This clear his purpose In coming to Ann Macon Ga., Mr. and recently. I Howard Brown Sunday.
series is most helpful In every- earth--to do God's will and to Mrs. Virgil Copeland, Prultt Cope. A crowd of singers from here Don't forget Sunday School

Methodist ChurchRev. At The Tabernacle day life as one Is confronted bring all men t Into the circle of land and friend, Betty, Dasher gathered at the home of Mrs. and BTU every Sunday. Church
with "Doubts", "Fear", and "Wor His mission he had to travel the Ga. Abernathy at Graham last Sun services on the 2nd and 4th of

D. B. Sargent pastor of the Highlights at the Tabernacle ry". Learn how to overcome the way of sacrifice suffering, and Mrs. Eva Runge, Wtihington, day afternoon and sang. Mrs. every month morning and even-

Anderson Memorial Methodist for the past(week centered around mountain that hinder Christian death. None other has ever put so D. C. has been a recent guest of Abernathy is a Bhut-ln and can ing.

Church In Jacksonville, will do the fine service. high an estimate on the value of her slater Mrs.' H. B. Wiggins.L. .
the preaching: in the Revival, message brought by Sunday evening the messageby one soul. J'The .
which begins Sunday at the Meth- Charles E. Gremmels of. New the Pastor will be "Le Ammi", The Presbyterian Sunday School Bennlng A. Ga.Johns spent located a recent at weekend Fort. Yes The Tourists And Transients Like
odist Church. Brother Sargent Jersey and Park-of-the-Palms from the
IS an evangelistic message
extends a cordial welcome to with his mother, Mrs. Stella Our Food .
completing his fourth year In Sunday morning on the subject life of Hoaea the prophit. The Johns Collins.
classes at 9:4a Under
beginning : a.m.
Jacksonville and Is In high favor of Mrs. Morse'
of "Faithfulness", and special Piano-organ-duo i But we sUU have time te eater
his the direction of Mr. W T. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker West
with congregation. He has and Mrs. Mann will lead the musicof
done considerable evangelisticwork music on Friday and Sunday even- requested hymns and choruses. Jacksonthe Friendship Class hasalready 1 Palm Beach, left Sunday aft..rnoon to th, home folks We appreciate

through the years of his ings by the Miller Family who Sunday School meets at 9:49: made a very creditable Mrs., Walker's after a week's visit with 1 your business) and alwaystry
ministry and he Is well qualifiedto came up from Sanford and ministered : with the Intermed'ate and Junior old time revival meeting parents Mr and
beginning towards clothing two the Union Mrs. Bolen Hall and Mr. and to please our frlead at Yew.
lead us In a successful revival. to various Churchea over Departments meeting in the tem- sponsored by Prayer
the weekend.The porary annexes on Jackson Street orphans at Thornwell and members Meeting at Hampton will begin Mrs. Freeman Hall.
Revival will
The
run through during the construction of the of this class are evincing a now on Sunday March 20 at Mrs W P. Dirt had as guests
March 27. -Just one week and trvo ing of Virgil coming C.on Flnnell.Thursday Chairman even. new building. most unselfish and sympathetic ln-> 2.30: pm. and continue every nightat last week, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Still Serving Our Famous! Business Men'a(
Sundays.The
of the National Prohibition Committee Training Unions gather at 6:15: terest In helping those less fortunate 7:43.: Minima. The Nlmmos, formerly LUNCH 50cGUIDON
Instrumental music will be. and Editor of the "Na- for discussion and fellowship with than themselves. This projects Rev Joseph H. Anderson of Fernandina Beach were en-
gin each evening at 7:20: with Mr. tional Prohibitionist", held the Unions for all ages. Tuesday the | not limited to class members! (above), nationally known evangelist route to Miami where they will j
T. F. Waller of Macon Ga. at the interest for this week. religious moving picture "Suffer alone, but the privilege of giving of Minneapolis, assisted by make their future home. GRILL

piano. There will be a week-day Little Children" will be shown. to so worthy a cause Is extendedto Mrs. Anderson, will be the princi- George Blrt entered the Lake I
service at 10 a. m. each day, I The coming of the Inimitable all who wish to share.In OEO. KOP"LO'tI
'Scotchman Dr. John McNeill ofWashington An episode In the Life of Christ. may ple speaker at each service. Rev. City Veterans Hospital last week
Tuesday through Friday. Travelouges In color and cartoon keeping with the sacrificial Fred Dodd of tho Christian Church for a physical checkup and observation .
D. C., and
Mr. Waller will meet with the Scotland, and another Glasgow of will also be used. Pictures begin spirit of Lent, the Junior Westminster and Envoy Preston Durden of the .
children (grades 1 thru 6) at 3:30: Musicians The McKinley group Music- promptly at 7:15: and there is no Fellowship under the Salvation Army Camp will have, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dixon of

each afternoon In the Recreational makers, of Morrlstown Tenn. Is admission cha.rge.Wednesday sponsorship of Mr. Bertram Sim- charge of the singing. Jntksnnvllle. and Starke. 'Were
Building and he will meet with the being looked forward to for ,the I I Mid-week Service mons and Mr. Kaufman are cooperating The musical Millers. of Blng. S'taday. visitors of Mrs. Delia "WHAT WILL HAPPEN

young people each evening at 6:45.: near future. Watch for dates. Is held at the church at 7:30: ; a In a plan for helpingthe hampton, N. Y. :will render spe.elal Dyal. A small devotional meetIng DURING THE MILLENIUM?"
A cordial welcome Is extendedto period of testimony and praise needy. These young peopleare numbers on the accordion, /was held In Mrs.,Dyal's home
all to join with us In this Regular Services Sunday Thurs- with the Pastor bringing the mes- Indeed a fine group, eager musical saw, harmonica guitar, Sunday afternoon with a numberof
day, and The Kingdom of Christ Earth will be the
Friday
Saturday. Always on -
Revival. of sage. A cordial Invitation is ex- to take part In the great cause and cowbells. friends present. .

Interest. tended to all to ;worship at all undertaken by the churches at "These services will be Inter Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Chason and Subject of Pastor Bob Gray's Sermon Sunday

CHURCH OF GOD CONGREGATIONAL. of these services at the First large. denominational In character," Rev. family of Green Cove Springs,

Baptist Church. On Easter morning a Sunrise Anderson said "for the salvation were visitors here Saturday.Mr evening at 7:30:: p. m.
Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH of souls led and
Service will be held In the Pres- only, guided by
\ and Mrs. J. W Home and
8th 1& St. Clair Sta. "
Services every Saturday night St. Mark's Episcopal byterian Church. Included on tho the Holy Spirit. sons, Junior and Billy were visItors First BAPTIST Church HAMPTON
Sunday School 10 am. Sunday morning and Sunday night, program will be a play "Those Everyone is welcome to come to Capitola and Tallahasseelast

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Con- Rev. B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar Who Passed By", sponsored by and urged to "bring your neighbors" Sunday. Miss Martha Horne 11:00 a. m.: Moses God's Great' Servant"
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. gregational Methodist Church on Sunday March 20: 8 a.m. Holy the Young Matron's Circle. Those had as her weekend guest Miss

Y. P. E Scsvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Brownlee Roa Rev. J. W. Griffla Communion; 10 a.m., Church who wish to participate In the Ruth Slbley of Theressu. 0:30: p. m.: H.T.U. Live Singing at every Service
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. I ,. Pastor. School; 11 a.m., Morning Prayerand special music for this occasion are CATHOLIC CHURCH "
Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Andersonand
Sermon by the vicar; 6:30: p. urged to attend rehearsals na-v Mass .
.,. .... Sunday 10 a.m. little Mike Anderson of
-- - - - - "' m., Youth Fellowship In coopera being held. Sunday School 11 a.m. ,
Starke, were guests of Mr. and
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE tion with the Presbyterian Church. youthat The pastor wishes to remindall Week Day Mass 8:30: a m. Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth at an anniversary
Presbyterian that this is a season during
Tuesday March 22: 8 p.m., Midweek which we should bear in mind PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th supper, Wednesday
"In The Heart of Town And In The Hearts) Lenten Service. evening of last week.
more Intensely than ever the
of The People"A The church Is open daily for countless blessings which are ours St. and Temple Ave. Emojcan Hall of Theresa was
prayer and meditation. and our obligation to sacrifice Sunday School 6:43: a. m.: Morn. the Sunday dinner guest of Marthti
Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Sue Brookins.
others who
Southern Baptist Church.For All People in some way so that Services 7:00: p. ... Everyone Lake CityJacksonville .90
Christian Church have not even sufficient food and welcome .
clothing may through our way ot
Sunday School '::43<< Training. Unions 6:15 ''The Friendly Church"J. feel the of Cod'slove
life shining ray . . Sunnybrook
Morning Worship Evening Hoar 7:3: R. Dixon pastor. and infinite mercy to all His .90

11:00: Wed. MId-Week Service 7M: The pastor will use as the Children. HamptonBy ny Wanda Crosby
theme of his morning sermon -John Warren Kaufman Pastor. \ Ocala
"The Great Business of Being A Mre. M. C. SweeneyP.T.A. 1.25

MORNING: ":\Iovln ? the Mountain of 'Worry' Christian" and at 7:30: pm. "Re- CHURCH OF CHRIST HOUR DESTROYED Q
fusing Life On The Life Giver'sTerms" BY FIRE SUNDAYThe
EVENIN : "Lo A0101I"Tu..day. Tampa 3.25
Bible School 10 a.m.Sunday PLAY:
7:15: : R.-lIrlou..l\llwlnl' Picture, "Suffer Little Children" Bible school, 10 a.m. Wednes- Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday The Hampton Parent-Toaehcr entire community sympathizes -
day night prayer meeting. Friday Evening Service 7:43: p.m. Sun Association will present two com //with the Chnrley Alvarezfamily St. Petersburg 3.70
3:30: p.m. children's hour. Friday edies, "The Old Maid.. Club" and In the loss of their home

"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" night 7:30: young people's C. V, dayBible Study is every Wednesday "Quack, Quack!" In the School by fire Sunday afternoon., No

r ____________ .. --0 F. meeting. at 7:43: Auditorium on Friday night, one was home when It caught/ Gainesville .50
March 18 at 7:30: o'clock. Admission and the origin of the blaze Is un
will be 311e' for adults and known. None of the furniture or

20c for children. household goods was saved. Miami 6.55

MEETING IlEGINM :.HTNIIAY Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly at. 111.11(0

TRUCKS The Old tended church services In Johns.
CHEVROLET Time Revival Meetingswith town Sunday. Key West 9.45
Evangelist J. If. Anderson .
conducting will begin next Sun: Mr. and Mrs J. W Thomas and

day afternoon In Community Hall, children of Brooker were visiting St. Augustine 1.28
at 2:30: o'clock. Evening servicesat nS
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7:45.: :' A sincere welcome Is extended r
I I to all. GIVESFAST Tallahassee 3.00
.IAVY.DMa TRUCK :t
Alad.1 4IO<-117 Me* WtaMboittonlmum "
+ or.w. 12,100*>. BlnTIIIJ.'F.I.F.BR.TIOS' r
u Mr. and Mrs!! Thornton Johns Daytona 2.25

entertained ,with a party and RELIEFwhen
marshmallow roast nt their homo COLD
Tuesday night of last week honoring MISERIES STRIKI 'j New York 17.60

rr their daughter Gladys on
her 13th blrthrlny anniversary.All t' __._ ... .. .. --- J
New Orleans 9.20
games were played out of (e,
< doors, and "following the presentation CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION .

1 of many gifts. sandwiches
Atlanta 6.85
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and hot chocolate were served the

25 young guests.. Assisting! in entertaining
i / were! Mr and Mrs. Chicago 17.95
i'a Garfield Johns. Mr. and Mrs. E

Rl rill' 'i Claude Perkins.. May and Mrs. Ola M. R

9- I Hut, U. S. T...
.AW-OUTY MOH ACK TIUCK NIAVY.DUTY cAaaHo.cNAses
M.d./6/19-l0I4/ 'Inch WAMfeoi.Hmaam i I .... bards lorirAtod.1 David Elmore of Brndentnn, 'i Ile' 'XYliA Sovhigl Oft ftavfttj Trfpfc
C.V.W. I....Ib. 1.0r.iel: In* Wk" was guest speaker at the Sunday

s.Dvw.n.ooaRight morning services In tho Baptist
the !
on job Church. Frequent Comfortable Nationwide
Mr and Mrs Charlie Robinsonand .

Jackie Robinson, formerly of Schedules Coaches Service

on the Job day after day because) Green Cove Springs, moved here

they're lough, and ruggedly built.: :. Righton last Saturday, and urn tempor- z.rt. 't- e..as 7"1d In-ems4q ,, ,,,...cE'ed
arily located In one of the h(.
the fob all of the time with a model to L. Watterson cottages\ while

meet every hauling need I I building of a permanent home Is. l'IIA/:,J1ACIST GREYHOUND BUS STATION

t under way adjacent to the L. J. Temple Ale & 10th St. Starke, I-'la. Phone 117
In every State in the Union more Chevrolet :AVynn residence The Robinsons (Phone 61. STAHKK

trucks were sold last year than anyHeAVY.DUfYCA..ANDCHASSlI lived here about ten years ego, On-lhe-Minii) Service
when Mr. Robinson, at thnt time, ;
other make. That's because Chevrolet can
HI AVY-DUfY CAS.ANDCHAIilfAtocM was pastor of the First Baptist DA Y &; NIGHT =
"'..IoI'4'1'(; D.r'i l.+Me t.dv* '""" ,,",,. offer-power with economy strength ..seMr..d. : Church. I ,
6401-'161 'KkMu wM.b.w
M..S. .. a V.W./6OOO/ /Ib.HIAVYOUTV. with convenience and duty-proved nu>C.V.W.;: I .OOO Ik."Ifmtm" George Humphrey and Buddv .

dependability combined in a variety of Hanlohan of Mamaroneck, N. Y. ie I
spent Sunday with the J. Recher
models to meet every need up to 16,000 .
family. They :were enroute to
lb. Gross Vehicle Weight I their northern home, after a visIt -

Keep in mind too that Chevrolet Heavy- to South Florida resorts. ',.,1//.1/. ,, .. .
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Batten her
_ a on birthday last Saturday ]I' t.t Appear 1 I fottnty, Florida,
against
I STATR OhKIAJItlOA To: Cecil 1 hairs, you. your Court and cause, wherein ptalatlff
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i HiiKh HykoN, whose renUleneo and I sucnesesrs., ail inlnlittrnlorM and neekn divorce and' rentoratloa of I
Keystone HeightsC Mrs. SUAle Myrick of Lake Geneva niMrrUN [I.. 111 I I 16 Hawthorn.I ttfmot I l atmlKnn Inn and all other permm. clalm- maiden name Bradford CoMnty
any entato, right title Inter.
Houih Norfolk VliwlnlaiYmi or Tulevraph shall pulillnh this. Order
Is upending a few days here est In, nr lien upini the real proper. In next four weekly Inauaa.Wltnex .
are raciulreil to ty hwrelnatmve ..
with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick. April, IK, IIM'l... In the Rhuv appear nam.on... part thereof and deHcrlbed.you are hereby r any] my hand and offleral seal
Miss Gwendolyn McRae visited Court. and cause, Wherein plaintiff required to file ynur written apPftarun'e at Htarke, "Florida thl* March 5,
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OF C STRING IIANQUET jteekM divotcare. ritHtody & rontrol (personally or bv attor 1949.
Miss Barbara Ritchie In Starke .>f minor ,'hlid ) with OFPICrAI SRAt.' .
r..n. flrndfnrd ney the Clerk of said Court ( ) A. J Tbemai,
Mr' ( eI1ss:
IS: lIEGE Sunday.Mr. County Toleirraph xhull puhllxh thin In aald, prorttedlnitM. / nn fir before the As Clark of ald court.
The Spring Banquet of the Crdr. In next four weekly iHHtieM.. SlOt day or March IW and thereafter By Haven Crosby, IC..
and Mrs Lavon Alvarezof Witness| my hand and official to file with said. Clerk your A. J. Thomas, Jr., Hturke, Florida
Chamber of Commerce last Sat. ;j Orlando were weekend visitors e..1 I 4I.OFFICIAl\ .at marks, Fill, thin. March 12 of written complaint defenses. at ,the tt tint any tu prenorlbrd the bill Atty. for Pit. :3-11 4t 4.1

linlny evening; sets a mark for here. Mrs. Alvarez enjoyed visiting ( SEA L) A. J. Thomas by law therein setting ui the en- -
future affairs of a like nature. C with her twin sister Mrs. An Cl.rlc of said Court. title, rlfvht. title or I..t..t In. or iv rincfiT rot'IIT. niiAi>pniii)
4 By Haven, Crosby D. C. lien upon, the above described pro rOI'N"'Y KLOHIIttl IV: C.HA.S.MarKaret .
One hundred and thirty-four Bishop Myrick, of Gaineslvlle who J. H. Harrison Law Kxchitnir [1..1.. .-., petty claimed by you Herein fall CI<:II Y.
t' met her here. ,lnt kHunvlllv, Florida' Ally. (or not or judgement/ will .b.. entered Hopfamtartner' Plalatlff
They
gucets; packed the dining room ; were dinner &'if. 3-18 4t 4.I..1t -' avnln.it, you by default v*. John }.IlupfenKailnar, D"t..n".nt.
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proper, private dining room and guests Sunday of Mrs. O. R. Al WltneuM mv hand and neal at Cane No. 7183.OnDER .
varez. lp. ( {..;;;;:-I...... Judlelnl murk. .i'raj: ford c'uuniy, OF PUBtIPATIOMANO
part of the lobby' of the Keystone I Ireiilt. of Florida. In And Pur' this February 24th A. l It. FIOlld"1 I WOTICR TO APPEARSTATE
Inn. The management; met the ";- : l-ll CLUB NEWS ford ('eu.sy. 1m 4Ji.lMerr* (SEAL) A. J. Thomas OF FLORIDA to: JohnHnpfenvartner

challenge\! of an over-capacity I W --J The SunnybrooK 4-H Club met Proenedlnv In Item to Quiet H..d-I rlrcult Court, Biadfurd County,, : Ufi.4 whoxa residence and
g I I* R. Ureen and Manila I addreBit I*: : 85.1rd Street, Bell.
crowd and did a remarkably efficient Saturday March 5, at the homeof huHhand and wife. Plaintiff, Florida... __ 2-23 4t 3-U 1 arose Lonir Jxland, New York:

job under the circiimrtances. OFFICE-IS! AND DIRECTORS: of the Keystone He ghta Chamber of Commerce are pictured above In Miss Shirley McRae. The girls J.tt. Mahoney M; William M.*,Squires N.| I'1'. ,Itltch.O. K. 'Hny-c ''I'Y cinci-IT < Itt Icr. '11".0"0' April You 11.are 1949.required In the to above appear named on

front of their membership board, which was prominently displayed: at the organization's Spring Ban learned how to prepare fruit for dar John I" Bennett, Carrie H. Mennntr serving. They also measured their L.UIA M Langley, Chicago: Title I Meek divorce Me cuxtodv A eoatrol
Dr. Frank Slaughter Jackaon- quet. .From( left to right: Mayor Frank Scott Roy II. Browning W. J. Whltesldes Arthur RUllcher.S. thread & Trust Company, tfnnkell' U. nem- Fisher Kehoo, Plaintiff v.. of minor ehlld.. Bradford <*ne.nty
WIle author-lecturer and gueat E.: McKay Dr. Frank G. Slaughter (speaker at the banquet), E. T. Martin president of the Chamber for crocheting a beanie. bert and Ilnynort It. Mahoney: tradtnir : Kimnett.K. Kehoe, efendant. Cave Telegraph hall publish thla Order
Each and doing btmlneHH I No. 7ISO.OltDBR
girl Is supposed to learn how an Highland In next tour weekly IxHUa
enker of the eveningcaptured Al Nelson, M. M. Sargent,, Kddle Ray.ior; and Com. J. L.. Hill. to make one. They will work with Lumber Company, (lesrg. ChrlHtInnnon OF PlT I.U'ATIO-l: Witness my hand and official' seal
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the crowd with his first sentence and Kttiellnd K. ChrlMlunxon, AND NOTICK TO APPEAR .
----- at Starke, Florida, elite' March 8,
fruit again at their next meeting. Jam A Qratinm and M. H. Sherman STATE OF FIA>IULA .
to KmmettV.
and never lost Its attention for ; .1 and : 1949.OFFICIAL
their hairs ,
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duceeHiiorff \ .
Kehoe.
a passing second. His address onThe members of tho organization wan: ting a resident physician for Key S S S e Those present were Shirley Mc adminiHtratnr I and assigns::' and all .In 9,14 whose IrvIng renldenee lurk and. addrenfl ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
( on display, and It will be placed stone? If so, join the Chamber of Rae. Joyce Thomas Kathryn Kelly person claiming any estate, right' Illlnola: Chicago A* Clerk of laid Court.
Importance of Being Joe"was title or Intercut In, Hen Py! Haven Crosby D. C.
or the
an Ingeniously! conceived and on Lawrence Blv'd. In the near Commerce and lend your moral Indian Beach Barbara Jane 'Thomas Mary real. estate described herein upon De You are! required to appear on T. Frank I.nndrum, Htarke Florida
brilliantly\ delivered series of future. and financial support. A physician Alice Crosby Beverly Jo Crosby fendants.The. April 11. 1941 'In the above named Atty. for Plf. :3-11 It 4-1

jnmch line phlloHophlen provoking Out of town guests attending the Is our greatest current need and' By Walter Riviere and Pancy Crosby.-Joyce Thomas WllllamH mate, whose of Florida addre to:'In J. un II. --------.- ------ .... ..

4. at ami the time serious banquet Included Dr. Slaughter; It MUST be filled. Resident memo 1!I Reporter. known; N. T. Hitch' whose address. .
one iinn-p S S S S S S S S S I I. Mtnrke. Florida
Sally It. Mahon-
thought and laughter.He and his wife, hl'l' sister Mrs. A. bershlpa are available and the ev,, whose adilre In Nassau Co.. If You Can
13. Anderson; Guy Andrews, preni- dues .small. And remember resident Mr, and Mrs. V H. Rogers I. Kin,t M. tinulrofl.:! whona address. IM
congrn tulated Keystoneri member have the same votIng entertained at weekend house : ; unknown; O K. Snyder whniut. addren -
I, on their community and their ambillon dent of the Sturke' Chamber of a ; ; I I. unknown; John B Uonnett.
Commerce and E. L. Matthews. and office-holding privilegesas / party their son and daughterinlaw Lawtey whose addreiiH In unknown; Carrie Turn Your
but in a lighter vein commercial members. H Bennett, whose 'addreH. 1 Ie unknown -
repressed hope that the town publisher of the Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Rogers 0,. I,. H. Frk. : Lull M. Lanirle, whose address /
In unknown: (hlcafro Title A
would. not grow so much an to Telegraph. PHONES ON THE: WAV of Atlanta. Other guests Included S S S S U S S S C CS Trust 4'o, wiust' aridreio In Chlcatfo, .' S -._ Home
lose the charming friendliness' I Walter Patterson und Miss| Wllkemon !- III; HnNkell n. Uemhert IlHynea It. ,
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NEW HOUR: I"OK :.MARTINS: Lots 11 and 12 In Block 10 have Mahoney tradlnw anti l dolnHT buril- .ci
that he has found In his three NKAKINO: COMPLETION': been purchased by the Southern of McDonough Ga., Ben. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomasof ness BH lllirhland Lumber. Oom- .

'year"* of part-time residence here. Mr. and Mrs. t K.; Martin one ofKeystone's Dell Telephone Co. Plans are complete nett Dltmar of Gainesville and Jacksonville were guests of (puny'I.., Florida who..: address ileoru-a ChrltliinHon I I. Ilradford, Upside Down

Dr. Slaughter gave a full dreAR and equipment on order for daughter Betty, of Gainesville. Mrs. Thomas' parents Mr. and whose" addreH, I is Mt. Joseph: Mn; _
rrhears'nl\! of how a master bloiulnnnd most popular young 1 and Mrs. Fred Moore last Kthelind F. ChrItlanHon, Whose adIress -
\ of Boating games were enjoyed Sunday. ,
the Installation dial officeIn
couple, will soon move Into their\ a I Is 8t. JoKenh, Mo.; Jatne A.
applies the colors necessary Keystone, Private telephone by all. Mrs. Grace McKinney Is visiting Oriihant, whose audrei I I. unknown: HUT BETTER STILL, look for leaks through
to the finished. '! canvas of on after new home now ncarlng comple. relatives In Birmingham' Ala. this Af H. .Sherman Whose address I I"
; tion by Mel Sargent' & Son con service has long: been the chief Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Strandberp unknown: anti their heir, niicceH- water
stains
week.Mrs.. on walls and ceilings. Protect
dinner address and left one and cur admlnlMtratnr and ...'lwna,
tractors. Of block construction, need of the community and we are visiting relatives In Jacksonville ..
and all "nlnlt
parHon "
1111 with the feeling that "tomor- the dwelling is located on Key- predict a boost In population when thli week. C. E. Strickland of Guinea- rlKht, title or interest In or any lien estate upon your home and your furnishings with a good
rww I shall be a 'Good Joe' and vine spent last tha rani eiitata lecrlbad below,
here
such service la In No Friday with
operation.
Htone Lake and when finished We lire glad to report that Mr.
or any part thereof;II
find time to appreciate and love will bo one of the loveliest In the date has been set for completion and Mrs. Ralph Mills are out I her mother Mrs. T. J. Terry. I The eunt one half of the wet. one sturdy Johns Manville% roof.

mv fellow being* Instead of going community. A lifetime of pleasant but we believe that DO days will\ again. after a severe nelge of 1. Mrs. J. M. Browning Mrs. Joyce ''half. of the, south sat. quarter of
I
t blindly on my to own P'utch and w..r..1 the nortlieaat quarter; the .aNt one
way my Miss Julia
Into the find us In a position to say "hello colds. Futch SEE OUR
living Is being built uJfUeAta half of the nouthweet quarter of EXPERTS TODAY about the roof
1(01"! brilliantly designed home. Three th.'r,," from Jhe$: flrealde.WOIN'j of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Futchin the northenHt quarter; the west one
Al Nelson Introduced Dr, Slau! h. Mrs. Welter Riviere visited Gainesville last half of the west on. half of theHouthwettt
need
Saturday.The you to give you the best service and
connectingbreezeway of protection
'S bedrooms garage : : CLI'll MEETS with Mrs. Jim Davidson<< In Ocala quarter the northeast -
ter following a brief resume of and central Nelson Blockers of Atlantic quarter; all that portion of thesoutheast
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building and business Increases heating and a large utility porch area The Woman's Club met Tuesday I l8t week. Beach were Sunday guests of relatives lylnir quarter and of belnaeaat the northwantquarter of the. for years and years to come. Call 45.W

) In 'the community by President March 8, at 3 p.m. with Mrs. The Pierce fsniily spent the here. Seaboard Airline nallrond right of
.' overlooking the lake are so arranged for FREE
I E.! T. Martin and a statement of as to permit a maximumof W J. Whltesldes!!! president, In weekend at their cottage: and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Freund and ::. r..i.1'I.; 'I c': ..all In r$eetrntr2, a estimate today.'ZTARKE.

the Chamber's hopes and alms forth convlence and attractiveness. charge. A motion to assess members from all accounts did pretty wellIn sons were guests of Mr. and Mrs Township 5 South flange 23 eat

ro year by Singleton McKay We're a little greenish' around $1 per month until the debton the speckled perch beds L. H. Hill last Sunday. The Freunds and northwest the northeast quarter. being quarter I.otx of B,the 8.

? past president. the gills\ Pure, unadulterated envy the ne.v building I is paid was Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams have recently returned from II and It In Wood lawn Suidivi.ionaccorJInC .
A fine looking plaque listing I tabled until next month. Every expect< to have Mr. and Mrs. H. Cuba and are now located In Jack I In to Plat a map Honk or plat thvreofrecorded I,

I member Is urged to come to the O. Whelchel of Covlngton, CJa. son vllle. of the public: records: I l'tonlJrt'r; :

POlL RESULT; next meeting and vote on this as their guests' seyeral days this Dr. Shuler Peele of Gainesvillewas County.tion; ll, Florida, ,I1I'.n1: 'halnir South,In Range"Sec' c BUILDERS'

WATER WELLS A personally conducted poll just Important matter. Mrs. W. R. week or next.INTERESTING. the guest speaker at the 23 eo.Mt.riefendant. SUPPLIES

completed shows that 97 percentof Morse of the Starke Woman's EXPERIMENT Methodist Church last Sunday hereby notified*.. Oreetlna-x t that a proceeding: You. are to at S.A.L. DEPOT ... <7< &o. t 45W...
Club !spoke!! on the advantages< of evening. At the close of the quiet this ha been in the
this brought
community's voting
3-INCII AND UP popu. IN SOIL BUILDINGM. .... _ .._.. _....
I lation Insists that treason should belonging to the State and National V. Joiner has been clearingup service Dr. Peele conducted the Circuit Court In and for Bradford. S .....

Delco Water Systems be punished In only one way: General Federation. It was a considerable part of his Fourth Quarterly Conference of

., .' SEPTIC TANKSCAN DEATH. announced that a garden tea Is farm land this past winter and the church. When We "You Save "
We
Say Mean It IF
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FINANCED) ONt planned for April. Mrs. J. C Shelton of Jacksonville .
d j results are already showing in
P. I WANTED: A DOCTOR George Beckwith of New York. was the guest of Mrs. T. J.
H. A. PLAN young ,
crops sprouting. EveryoneIs You ShOP AT
Do YOU want to help in get.W.C.T.U. who Is spending the winter at Terry during this week. YOUR
''f "'oter Or No Pay"ACME watching his garden with interest The Youth ,
Park of the Palms delivered Fellowship met at
an You see, it Is quite an experiment
Inspiring message on how club In land-building. selected the Methodist Church last Monday

k DRILLING women acting: as an organized an acre for the experimentand evening. The youngpeople of
group can attain great thingsIn Waldo and Starke met .with the
proceeded to haul In several 1
IS IT RUJIIT t 1
II 14! IT RIGHT TO MCENSK A their community county state loads of saw dust several more for Lawtey members. The speaker
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t EQUIPMENT nation and the world. loads of evening was Rev. Leo
dairy fertilizer
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MAN TO MAKE PAUI KK.S AND many King of Cltra.
.v +. THEN: TAX SORER MEN: TO Hostesses for the afternoon were loads of leaves all of which were

; North Alabama Avenue, TAKE: CARE. OF THE: PAUPERS Mrs. C. J. Baatedo and Mrs. H. L. cut Into the ground. Then a ton I JVOTICK

(. Route 3, Kox 57-A, 't't fFLORIDA Morgan Jr. of lime and half ton of commercial The Women's of 4\
Auxiliary St. ,
f Gainesville Florida. fertilizer was worked in. ,He
( / TEMPERANCE Mark's
un.'K AT Episcopal Church will ,
ROTARY hold
t" Phone 2586 LEAGUE has also installed a sprinkler system lIere'H A Heal Buy!
t t )
: Dr. A. P. Black of the'Unlver- and can control the molnture. a bake sale Saturday morning at I SLICED BACON

!.' "* sity of Florida and president of J He has already planted most of 10:30: In front of the_ _BrAdford___n. I (ORANGE ADE
1 i i n UI the American Water Worka As'sn., It In Hardware store In case of rain
garden truck some of whichIs
spoke to the Rotary Club last and growing. the sale will be held inside the Lbe --- 35c
up beautifully.
Friday on the subject of water store. 46 .. lSc
I New Seal-O-Matic Tubeless Tire conservation. Dr. Black Is an authority Everyone along the lake who Is oz. can -

on this trying to grow a garden Is hopIng SlrSn.11001.. NOTICE
subject having a little rain will fall Save Zlc On This Item!
been a consultant for water projects soon The Church of Jesus Christ of

Sensation In Starke Area throughout the country. although-just enough we don't to want sort of very wet much the Latter-day Saints will hold Sun- SAUERKRAUT BRISKET STEW

day School In the usa
buildingon
I AMATEUR SHOW REHEARSEDThe !' ground. You see, although the
i gardens and flowers Temple Ave., every Sunday at Lb. -- 27
VII" Keystone Playhouse under need rain
r 10 a.' m. Everybody welcome. 2 lie
j I the able direction of Mrs. J. L badly WII are afraid to ask for no. 2Y, cans --

I Hill Is rehearsing' for an Amateur much because If It really did IM rinrrtT coriir. mi ''''''0110
1 Hour show to be presented soon. rain very hard we would not be
Huntley Redfern Jr., president of able to get In to work our gardens n Hcvmolir. I'lnlnlKf. v.. Save2cOnThls Item! BEE LIVER I

J Jj I the group. has appointed the following because our roadways wouldbe Cn JameN.. s.'.PHH 1130.OISDRFI!! Seymour, Itefrmlant. .

committees: Nominating Impassable. So we hardly know op ppnrtr''TION BABY FOOD --- 3 for 25c '"
: I AMD NOTir-R' TO 'PI'NIfTATJo : Lb 53c
Donna Pangborn chairman with what to hope for until after the : OP Kr.OKIl" TCI, : James\ ---

Betty Rowland and Edward roads are fixed up a little. Pnill Seymour, whose renlflenep un<.1
Church nthlretiH In: mate H".|p Its I, Cola InbI Heinz Gerber !
; Publicity. C. L. Nork Yours truly has been trying Hnttth Carolina. : or
j chairman with Susan Slprelle; for over a year to grow beautiful I You are. roqulrefl to appear on

; Properties Hugh Cannon chairman flowers like the pictures on the April Court ID.: unit 1411.eatiHe.In the wherein'above plAtn-named Save 17c On This Item! Smoked Picnic HAMS

with Paul Rivers; Play- seed packages, but up till now tire. seeks "Ivnr''... Tlriufrnr'l County

reading Ann VValrath chairman what few plants have come up Telegraph In next four shall weekly puhllnh..ell.this.... Order Plantation. M-E-A-L

.,. with Ann Vance and Hayden at all have not produced flowers. Witness mv Tmnf and 1 nfffelnt Mertlat Lb --- 42c
Starke, Florida. this Mnrrh ill
Hurklns.
larger than the period In the dir I U44'OF..ICIAl.
ections. Wonder If anyone could SEAL:: ) A. J. Thomas. SIb. -- 1ge
Mrs. F. M. Walrath. Sr. has' A. 'Ierk of mtl'1. Cmlr'. .
offer -
any suggestions that might Hy Haven Cronhy. r>. C. '
been ill\ at her home but expectsto 'I help us out? T. Prank Liimlruin Stark". Plorlilii.Atly. Save 4c On This Item!
be out in a few days. for Plf. : .li 41 4-8 C'HE'E"S"'E

Mr. and Mm.. P. K. Klauster- 0 S S S S S S fit Clrealt C-.r.. nradford County LUX FLAKES
meyer, Jr. entertained Mr. Klaus Klnrldai In Chmmfrrr.ItoHemnnd .
Turner $vke' .. Plaintiff
termeyer's uncle and aunt. Mr. Pine Level vi. t'....11 HuKh ?ykp, ncfumlnnt.fa '

and Mrs. E. V. Furat of Swarth. .*.. No of 7 I'MOrder 'PnhlleXlon. and N.."... 2 small packages --- I lic Lb. --- 45c
more Pa. last week. By Mi'e. II. M. McRa
S S S C S S S .
Melvin Kerr of Melvin Mich.,

father of Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr. A larg\ crowd enjoyed Sunday WONDERFULINVESTMENT Save 3le On This Items Fresh Caught
Is vHltlng at the Walrath home.
Mrs. E. J. CJuenther. Mrs. \Val.rath' School and church at Pine Level
Sunday.* Them were 202 in Sun PURE LARD MULLET FISH
*, sister, has arrived by plane day School. Everyone Is cordially

and experts her husband Dr. Invited to attend these services for couple desiring.

a Ouenther week here.today. They will spend every .Sunday.Mrs. Robert. Taylor 'la getting 1U Ing quartern. l: %-gallon glass --- 49c Lb. --- 25c'Save

Mrs. Ed. Wiggins has been \ill along fine after undergoing an I 05'OOW.Three

nt her home on West Lake Drive. operation In St. Luke's Hospital :3-room Apt!'!.

: T' at Mm.a dessert Jesse I.bridge, Hill last was Friday.hostess Jacksonville Miss Eva Mite last Barnes Thursday.of Rising on lot 90x115 OLEOMARGARINE 7c On This Item! K E T C H U P

Prizes were won by Mrs. E. T. and Miss Shirley Kelly of Sta.-kft in heart of town.

Martin Itoy H. Mrs.Browning H. /B., and Cannon Mrs. Mrs.William were Miss Shirley dinner McRae.guests Sunday of :3 f'11'.t. .frlj.raton and other (Uncolored) Ibe --- 17c 14 oz. bottle --- ISc '

LaMorte of New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick furnishings included In price of

I j R. A. Kaiser head of the du- and daughter and Mrs. J. W. !Mc $5.000:

; Pont pigments plant In Wilming Rae II. M. McRae. and Mrs. Susie I
O'n
:,.' .... ton. Del., stopped at the Inn this Myrlck visited relatives In Jack. UtC't1 t with Joe K. Wilson and Save Ie This Item DREFT SOAP POWDER

: week. ,while visiting the Trail sonville\ Sunday.Mrs. W. S. SIMey. r

ItI.I; Ridge llmonlte mine. A. J. Fender and children Nat Sternhrru Owner. Plantation G-R-I-T-S (Marvelous Suds Discovery!)

: F. I.. WATTEKSOX.:' : er of the FARM visited her mother Mrs. R. L. I

;%; HOME: & AUTO SUPPLY cordially Invites the IIIO GOSPEL TENTMEETING .. 5 lb. -- I9c Pkg. -- 15c

;), motorin: pul-L'tr; ; to Inspect; the sensational new

Puncture-Scaling Tubeless Tire that has cre- REV. FRANK IHISKINEVANGELISTIC

atedso much interest Mince it was placed on PARTY Attention, Cattle & Hog Producers TOMATOES Fresh Red Ripe 2 lb. 25e
t GOOD SINGING ..
I : ated HO much interest since it wa. placed one SERVICESGet : I -
} while the tire still rolls, and with jour soul I hraled. Also. your
up : on on no STOCK SALE HELD
body. Rev. Duskln ha. TUESDAY OF EACH WEEK
the
,ilb. ;, delay At no increased cost it provides gift of Divine got CARROTS Green
Healing from God.
I SOFTER RIDING and SAFER DRIVING. Kfv. DiMkln prmyeil for" over 2.000people With highest/ Cash Prices Being Obtained Top, 21arge bunches for 1Se

Come in and see them today!
In 1948 that -eft''! healed.
Turn right at Ball Park on Waldo Gainesville Road onto
f Blind ryes were opened crippled CELERY

If' Size, 6.00x16 - 24.95 walked, ilewf *mrs, opened, alf'krat..1 North Alabama Road, and drlie S mile! Large Stalks, 2 for - 2Ie
up out of tml.Sperlal .
to Stock Yard.

,: afternoon healing:2 'p. in.service Two Sunday blocks FARMERS PRODUCE MARKET SWEET POTATOES Kiln Dried 3 lb. 25c

FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY front bun ..tat lon, RaJforil high Inc. - -

Time 1:31)
way. Don't mla
any Gainesville Fla.

\:' 1' STARKE, FLit, of them service' A treat In In L. W. Cobb Auctioneer GREEN CAB BAG E 2 lb.

: : tore. for you. -Adv.) W. Fred Moore_ Mgr. .- - 5c

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