Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03004
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Interview With Mayor Official Countu Publication Established In 1877

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Members of the 7D Science class ported that they stood at the corner VOLUME: SEVENTY Sr.AKKK.! ; ...LUIUIH. FKIUAY. M.VIU 23. 18111! NUMUKIt: : THIRTY-SIX

at BHS really "lay it on the line" of Call and Walnut Streets ,
the of from 11 to 11:35: and observed the .- .. .-.......- ...,
when they go to see Mayor 7 '
Starke. and the Mayor listens following: Roberts Says "."I.l ,., j 'i.I". '. : ..:$.1,,,' : \\ Starke Market Could Top Plant CityIf

, with an attentive ear. He knows 1. :Three trucks one bus and ; ,:.", q,," "' iI: -
I that much o( what the young two cars ran'red lights. ,"" ',. {"..Jifr' Jo ;

people are reporting In the way 2. Forty-dlx people crossed the Will Introduce IZl"f.r:! ..::': :. :. '''' !. ; Berries Graded Inspector Says
I of traffic hazards' and other undesirable street at the wrong time :'J' ,.,\ I ", ,

! features In and around 3. Twenty-three people driving ,' :. .

r Starke are true. But he Is seeing cars, failed to give the proper .:;..; ;,...- i---1. "There is no reason in the world why
Registration Act ;;, ,.,*," i Starke can't be
through the hand signal when making a turn. .
these things now 'as good or better market than Plant City if the
.. '" growers\ will
Idealistic yes of youth-not as 4. One bicycle ran a red light. .
continue to and
cooperate grade out their
I adult who recognizes the faults, Other observances and recommendations .
but who has become more or less of the committee: Representative J. P. Roberts ': \ Tl'e?' was the observation made by E. C. Strickland.
stated yesterday that he will\ Introduce Supervisor, with the U.
of town of
. resigned to such things becausehe 1. In the main part Agricul
knows that they cannot be pedestrians pay no attention to a bill in the Legislature ture. who arrived here Monday to inaugurate government

. remedied over night. the traffic lights. They cross on providing for a general re-regis inspection! for the first time in the history of the strawberry
tration of voters In Bradford
I Last week Mayor J. P. Roberts any light In anybody's favor This deal! in this county.

, received a committee of teen-agers. includes policemen. County."I Starke_ has the edge in
2. A telephone pole on the cor- have had hundreds of citizens '
from Bradford High: natural advantages
over Plant '
"We, the members of the ner of Water and Nona Streets of the county tell me that 450,000 RunnersSet City in almost
Science Class of the 7th Grade needs repairing. The pole Is sup they wanted a complete re-regls- :Mr., Strickland every respect, (
tratlon In order to clean all pointed out.
by wires only. up
wish to present this lint of hazards ported
which we think should be 3. The cattlegap at the end of 'dead wood' from the registration "Your soil is better, you are

(corrected" the Committee reported Water Street going south 18 filled books" Rep. Roberts said. ''I In Bradford closer to the great northern ]

that cattle promised during the campaign market, and your berries
and proceeded to get specific with dirt. This means carry
can come Into our town. that I would introduce such a bill better, because they are 1
: H. L. local dealer
1. Starke should have more and 4. A traffic light should 1 be put and I Intend to do so," the Brad.. reported yesterday Urownlee that he has, mulched and
better sidewalks because the guesta at the corner of Temple Ave.. and ford solon concluded. eJ- already handled orders for '100.not() be washed before packing," f

like to walk around after a long Call St. across from the court- State Senator Charley E. Johns strawberry runners since the first he said..

hard ride all day but they can't house and Red Alvarez' service announced that he Is also in favor FAMILIAR FACE IN NEW SURROUNDINGS "ItgKy", the Seaboard's! venerable of the year, and believes the total "Tho only thing that was lack-

because there are not enough station. caution light of a re-registration act. Starke to Wan nee branch line train is pictured above in a new netting. It i is poised in will*_reach 450.000 before the Ing here was the proper grading I

'good sidewalks and they may trip should 5. A atop be put sign at or the corner of "There Is a great need In for a front of the dry mill at the Trail Ridge mine east of Starke where soon it will IM* pullingout panting season ends.: of fruit," Mr. Strickland added. '
fall. complete re-registration this
2. We !should! put a caution light Washington and Walnut Streets., county" Senator Johns said. seven or eight carloads""of finished ilmenite per day. Watching Peggy's switching This Indicates that around 50 "Now that you have started government *

up at the west end of Call St. 6. Either the barn should be maneuvers is C. J. Bastedo (l Idt), mine superintendent. Peggy has been making daily ed acres In of Bradford runners are being plant which Inspection I sea no reason >

because It Is dangerous there at torn down or a caution light Five GuardsmenCited runs to the mine hauling in heavy equipment and building! materials, and carrying out should l produce enough County first and .why the berry deal here should
four road at the corner of from the in effect there by the Florida National Guard. Shipments -
that curve. There are should be put pulpwood operation now second runners to easily plant 1,- not continue to expand and prosper i>i
crossings' there. Washington and Church streets. F or- Perfect :; of ilmenite are expected to begin from the mine some time in April. .Jt is a heuvy 200 acres or more next fall. Once the word .?

3. The old park by Mrs. And- This Is a blind corner, Drill AttendanceThe mineral used in the manufacture of white paint )pigment Additional pictures( of the mining Each thousand plants should gets out a- *!;
house and Mrs. Hart's be paved: mong buyers that berries are beIng .
erson's Roads that operation will be published in an early issue. produce' least! 20,000 runners .
house should be cleared and made The old Brawnlee road. When It : drill attendance award ;was total of properly /graded so they
meaning a 8000.000 to be
more beautiful with flowers play is dry weather you can hardly get presented to five members of the I ,. produced< here this year. Evidently know what they are buying I be- ..

equipment. and benches, where It through because of the sand and local National Guard Company by 29 Delinquents Funeral MondayFor there should be no shortageof lIeve they! will flock to your mar- .

would be enjoyable for a play- when It's rainy you can hardly Lt. Col.. Robt. B. Harkness. 2nd 1 Top This One plants rinxt. fall and everyonewho ket. The more buyers the more ,!I'
ground. get through because of the mud. Bn. Commander. and Maj. T. K. ,
4. Church Street should have McCIane Battalion Executive Officer wants to have a berry patch competition and the better price ';'j jIt 4..
BoardA If You CanDy Mrs. should be able to do so.Week's '
more lights and some sidewalks As If the Mayor had not heard for perfect!,drill attendancefor Listed By ( BiggsMrs. Just works out that way.

because the street Is dark and enough by now, the Committee one year beginning July 1. that's all." .,
when you walk you have to walkin presented another resolution: 1947 Mary Lie Onrnhlmer ShipmentOf Mr. Strickland expressed himself
list of 29 delinquents who Ethel 1\(. Biggs/ 43 died
the street. RESOLVED: That we. the mem- The award was made by Arju- with Selective Johnnie Redgrave, and Al Newman Saturday afternoon In Flagler Strawberries as being deeply appreciative ,
have complied
5. The railroad on Madison bers of the 7th Grade Science tant General Mark Lance and the enroute home from a fishing Hospital St. Augustine, after an of the fine spirit of cooperationt
stall Service regulations .was published Brings $15,844.68Bradford .
should be fixed because they ClaSH ask that the City of Starke award ribbon was given to each this week by Local Board No. 18. trip Saturday In Alaeluia County lllneHS. of several weeks. She was shown him from the minute he *"

cars. "TrafficNazarda" and Bradford County build a park member along with a letter of The list Includes the names omen had, a most rare experience I born on August 28, 1001In growers sold 1,836 arrived at the market Monday."I .
Under the heading of and swimming pool for the youngpeople' congratulations from the Adjutant haven't had a bit of trouble," ,
: In the three counties served It seems they were riding along Hampton but moved with her parents crates of strawberries through the
the Committee reported Starke and neighboring General. The five members he said, "and find that your growers ,
DuPre of by the Hoard-Bradford, Union when suddenly their attention was the late Mr. and Mrs. O J. market here during the pant week \
Thursday morning Nancy communities. We feel we need the award were: Captains'T. are nicer to do the right "
the cor- I and Clay drawn by the barking of dogs. Griffin, to Starke several years for an estimated return of $13-
and Peggy Dyal stood at Sts. C. Hazen. Jr., and HughB. clerk Upon stopping to Investigate they Inter and had madn her home sit 68. This weok'a average price, thing when they are shown." ," .

ner of Madison and Walnut : one.Just to prove to the Mayor that Ingram, and Sergeants/ A. L Mrs. Rhoda Dampler found two dogs baying at a rat here ever since. was $1.63 per crate. "Just to show you the way they
from 11 to 11:35.: Below are some Crosby. Jr.. Merrill Edwards, and states that these men have apparently are swlnlng In line he .
that were broken and 1 they know whereof they speak.the changed address with. tlesnake. They quickly killed" the Mrs. DlggH was a valued teacherIn Since shipments. started here In added *v,;.
rules "
of the witha William C. Rhoden. "there wasn't No. 1 ,
Committee presented him snake and when examining it a pack on ,
hazards to the people of out notifying the Board and are the Starke elementary school December, 16,412 crates have '
are carefully tabulated list of Several Guardsmen who are not receiving their mall. The men they found it to be five feet IonIC for 20 years and was active In been marketed for an estimated the market Monday, the first day ?. ,
Starke: "Careless People" "Careless Cars"and high school students and members with fight rattles, a button, and I arrived Tuesday one-third of
bulb (caution listed below are notified to con- civic and church affairs. She return of $1 9.616.58.
The yellow
1. "Lawbreakers" complete with of the Tornado basketball squad an enormous circumference In 0111'part. the fruit brought In graded No. [f
was a member of the UDC the
Is burned out. tact the Board In Starke at once, If current warm weather continues -
light) 1 and
: the
names and license numbers. that won two tournaments duringthe of the body Wednesday percentage pJ'
Starko Woman's Club, and choir
too fast to stop who know their whereabouts the
2. Cars come or persons over weekend produc- had risen to two-thirds No. 1." '
for red light. One car skidded and The Mayor scanned the list season just closed are now Bhould give thin Information They decided to bring the snake director of the First Baptist tion will bo stepped up consider "*,,
other members of the company No 1 borrles sold from $8 to '*:
nervously cleared his throat : home with them so they could Church. She was the widow of ably next week
had to up.went through the Invited the Committee (Nancy I In getting. Inoculation. preparatory Cove show It to some Statkites who the late. Dr. Erie L, Blgg. to $11 per crate with very few go- ... '.

3. Two cars DuPre Sue Epperson, Richard for summer encampment. James Jerry, Negro. Green,A, might, be Interested In their ..n- whom she was married on June Ing for I lees. than 9. Off grades t;
4\ red light crossed on _green Henderson Orville Hall Wayne 'I BHS cagers, who ar.'also members Springs. '?..!>_, "I,*" counter. When they arrived 'In 19, 1932. ,"One Great Hour"To !- brought from $7 to $8. '> .
4. Two men
light that was In motorist's favor. Edwards Cleo Thornton, and of the company are James Rule Brtnson Johns White, Starke one of the first persons Surviving are a laughter Dot Be Broadcast Mr Strickland emphasized that

Two other observers Tom Mc- Tom McClane) down to the drug Phillips Lewis Halnrs' Frank Starke. to hear their story was Art MOHters. tie Sue Biggs, two ntepHonn. Leslie federal I Inspection is no "buga-

Clane and Richard Henderson. re- store for Ice cream and Cokes. Dryden, George Winkler, John Mitchell James Bowen Jr.. They showed him the snake and Robert Biggs, all of Saturday Night boo", but In reality works out to

Klein, and James Godwin. The White Starke. and all three men began to wonder Starke, end, a brother, Lt. Col. the advantage of the farmer In
"One Great radio
basketball players delayed get. Lee Negro Lake I what that flour a program Technically a No. 1
Jimmie Krupa was causing big O. W. Griffin of St. Augustine many ways.
Needs of U ofF 18 Year Olds ting the Inoculations In order to Butler. 'bulge In the snake's body Art were will
be broadcastover
keep from getting any sore arms clded to find out so In front of. tllumcter and 3-1. of Its surface -
Must RegisterAt Tommie Lee Johnson, Negro
Discussed At RotaryBy to basketball Six afternoon at 3 o'clock In the all stations' of the four major '
games. performed must bit a good pink or red
audience hA
Lawtey.Cornelius first Baptist Church ,with the Kev networks at 10
FutchThe Proper Time of the BHS cagers are membersof p. m., E1LT.. next
Mack color. Actually, however the
Davln Lake an autopsy with the aid of a L. D. Hulne orflrilltinInter..
the Guard unit and others of Negro I / Saturday' March 20.
Is allowed a 9 percent "tol
sharp pocketknife et cetera grower
growing needs of the University Young men of Bradford Union. the team are expected to join in Butler. merit wan In Crosby Lake Ceme I'riiHlilent, Truman will speak at erance" on neriou (soft or Over-

of Florida were presentedto and Clay Counties are remindedthat the near future. Wooley James Taylor, Negro,, The autopsy revealed a fully tery. 10-5.1: :\ p. m., and others on the ripe) defects. On minor defect

members of the Rotary Club they ,must register with local The Guardsmen are getting Lake Butler. grown cat squirrel In the body Active pall bearers were L. A. program will Include Robert Mont ho Is allowed a 10 percent toll'1'I>
Mack Futch University Board No. 18 In Starke as soon of the snake. Due to the fact thata Canova, Curl Johns, Charley' F.. Ida,
Wednesday by their Immunizations through the Jame.'esley Douglas White, (turnery, Gregory Peck and ance on anything that might hurt .
law student and son of as they become 18 years of age. courtesy of the Bradford Health RaIford. snake swallows Its food whole Johns. II. C. Hitch M. C. Wall of Lupino., This program Is being the appearance of the berry

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch of Mrs. Rhoda Dampier Board Department. The clinic has been Thomas Walter Anderson, Negro the form.squirrel The hinges wait In on Its the natural St Augustine/ and D. A. Mon- broadcast In the Interest of Church (twl tad. bird pecks. etc.) ; 2 per

Starke. clerk, states that apparently many of great help to the local unit In Worthington. and lower jaws of a make upper an'such teith of EUAtis.Unpaid World Service and an offering cent tolerance for decay; and 5 ,

Young Futch Is a member of 18-year-olds are overlooking the this capacity. in addition to Dr. George Jackson Negro, Lawtey, as to enable it to swallow will be received In the sponsoring' percent tolerance for undersize. ;

the Blue Key Speakers Bureau necessity of registering when they CovIngton helping the unit by giving Calvin Andrews Foster Negro amall animals like rats mice. Taxes
currently engaged in a campaign become that age. There are severe a number of the physical examinations Green Cove Springs. frogs and so forth whole. But It Become March 27, for the work of to tiold these tolerances< needs of the UnI- for falling to register to DelinquentAfter this organization) In the devastated
to present the penalties applicants. Bennie Holmes Negro, Lake Is truly remarkable how' nature minimum because each crate of
versity to the public In an effort at the proper time Mrs. DampIer Details are being worked out by Butler. made It possible for that snake April 1st arena of the world. berries Is marked with four fig- i

to have the Legislature restore says. Although the draft has been members of the unit for their Carl Allen Carlton White, Rt. to swallow an adult cat squirrelhe All leading' / protestant churchesare urea which Indicate Its percent of '\

the Institution's requested appropriation temporarily halted because enlist 2, Box 41-A Starke. did, because Johnnie Red County Tax Collector J II. cooperating In this effort. tolerance on serious defects and
which was severely trim- menta at: the present time are team to be entered in the local Robert Davis Negro Orange Al Newman and Art Masters Kelly remind the public that the each minor defect. Thus a crate
meet the demandsof Softball league. Many of the grave 1018 tax roll clones 1 and
med by the budget commission.The sufficient to Park. will definitely tell you so. April TOURIST CLUBA might he marked 2-3-1-0 mean- \
speaker stated that the the armed services. It Is still players who were In the league Eugene Alvarez, White Rt. 2. after that date taxes become delinquent 'Ing: 2 l percent serious defects ;,

University's plant was originallyset necessary for the 18-year-olds to last year are with the unit now. box 186-A Starke. and subject to penalty. delightful occasion was enjoyed (soft and overripe) 3 percent bad

up to take care of a maximumof register at the proper time, Mrs. In addition to several new members Raymond White Negro car of Vet Farm Program I Collector I Kelly urges all persons by members of the Starke appearance, 1 percent decay and

2,500 students. The enrollmentis Dampier stated.Livestock of the unit who expect to J. R. Rowe Starke. Explained At who have not yet paid their taxes, Tourist Club Tuesday, night A no underslze. These four figures,

now around 10.000 and Is not make the Guard team. The team James C. Holmes, Negro RaI- both real and personal. to do no short buxInniM. session was. prexld- obviously, /govern the price that

expected to drop very much even Market will also play many of the neighboring ford. ., Legion Meeting before the deadline next Friday. ad over by the vice president .will ba paid for the crate and

after GI students have completedtheir GivenThe cities In this part of the Jamea Houston Will White, Clifford L. Curry local Instructor The delinquent tax lint will bopublHhed Mrs. W. It. Nollman. In the absence -, the smaller the percent of defect

courses. He pointed out Quotations state while at summer camp In Green Cove Springs. In the Institutional On-The- In May' Mr. Kelly stated of the president W. S. Sib- tolerance the better the price

that during this period of amazing Farmers Produce Livestock Fort Jackson this July. Jonathan Melrose Mincey. Ne. Farm Program, for Veterans was with the sale to be held< the ley.On will b...

growth. from 1905 to 1917." Market at Gainesville reports Two new out of town members gro RuHsell. the principal speaker at the first day of June. to his returning to his Although the system of grading !

only 2500.000 was spent for additions a much stronger sale of cat. who recently enlisted In the company Oris Lee Douglas White, Lake Starko Legion Pout's regular home In the North at an early might seem a little complicated

and improvements to the tle this week with prices $1 to are S. J. Osteen of Graham Butler. meeting held<1 Tuesday night Mr. Navy Offers $5,000 date It. II. Buchanan tendered to the uninitiated Mr.

University plant. Sl.SO/ higher on all slaughter and Fred W. Wimpy of Hampton. Robert Lee Williams Negro, Curry described the opportunities his resignation an secretary and 'Strickland has a way of expressing -
"Our state University Is lag grades. Hog prices were SOc Raiford. offered, farmer veteran under Electronics Course Mm. Marian Carney was electedto himself that U easy to un-
One member of the
ging far behind other institutionsof companywas Talmadge Vance Blade White, urg..d'' fill his unexpired term. derstand. To( growers who ask
higher on all grades. on the last promotion orderto Public Laws 377 and. 19 and For Young MenThe
comparable size and importance HOGS: No. 1, 18.70; No. 2. 17. come down from Headquarters124th Green Cove Springs. all veteran Interested. In thl.: Krne: t Flntitt entertained with him how to grade their berries, ho f

when Futch It comes stated.to physical He declared 83; No. 3. 18.93\; No. 4. 16.30/ ; No. Infantry J. T. Pollard Ronald Livingston White I. type of training to contact him 1 Navy.Is currently offeringto motion pictured of his trawls over simply says "Just don't put any

facilities 8. 17.10; Light 5s. 16.50\ ; Feeder was promoted to Sergeant. Orange Park. for further details.W i well qualified' young men a the United. States ifrlii Mrs. Carneyand thing In that crate you wouldn'teat
that there Is an averageof Floyd Johns, White, Maxvllle.Louln \ $3.000 education In electronics. yourself." That does Itt I
15.75. i Mm. Holntx led In
16.50 EHR group
"educa- Pigs up to ; S. Slbley Mubmltted hIs resignation
64 feet Norman Lynch White,
only square
Those who and
can qualify are singing. He reminds them however that
tional space" at the U of F, as CALVES: Good 23.50\ ; MedIum. Homestead Exemption Green Cove Springs. all Post Finance Officer
selected' will
be sent to the NavyTralnlnA' this doesn't mean that all Imperfect -
20.00 to elected to was
23.30 Common and Charles Hardy was
compared with a national averageof 23.00 to : E. J. Smith White Green Cove
Station San
In Diego,
be thrown
fruit must
23.00 Culls, 1600 to 20.00. Deadline SoonTax succeed him In this. office. and linked to escort Mrs. George away.
145. ; Springs. I Calif, for 12 weeks of Indoctrination
Navy "There's always a ready marketfor
Wilson of White Plains N. Y.
The speaker stated that the STEERS &: HEIFERS: Good up James Lawrence Mcllugh The Post was shown a film on and then the / I
Assessor Guy Andrews reminds to to the Emma Jane Can- your grade outs, he says.
1919 Legislature must find some to 23.50; Medium, 22.00 to 2550; the public that there are White Starke. Junior Legion Baseball which wax Navy school of electronics for 42 platform. "Some buyers want this cheaper
the to Mr.
of providing funds to restore StockerS 1T.OO to 21.00. I Nathaniel Davis. Negro Lawtey. very appropriate since the Legion weeks. ova presented crown ba
way c nly; a few days left In which to Andrew< and he graciously crowned fruit, and nothing should
the 5 3-4 million dollar cut In the Common. 18 00 to 20.75; James Drlnson Jr., Negro. hall decided to sponsor one of .
COWS: apply for homestead exemption Young men who are Interested Mrs. Wilson "Queen Marie. thrown away unless It Is not
University's requested appropria- Cutters 15.BO' ) to 18.00; Canners and file personal tax returns. The Lake Butler, these baseball teams In conjunction may obtain ,more detailed Information Queen fur a Week." Mrs. Jean- edible. But remember your No.
Mutor Co.
tion.Guests I 14.00 to 15.50.BULLS deadline for this Is Thursday. with the Ford from the Navy recruiting ette Klncald Starke florist presented 1 fruit will always bring the top
at this meeting IncludedMr. : Medium, 21.00 to 21.- i I March 31. Schedule Given officer at the Starke post office Queen Marie with a beau- dollar so don't cheat yourself by

and Mrs. C. A. Futch. par. 75, Common, 19.00 to 21.00. Yerkes Leaves building. Just ask him about the tiful purple orchid corsage Norma mixing your poor stuff In with I
For Blood BankThat
ents of the speaker. W. F. Moore, market manager beat."
To Honor JenkinsThe electronics your
Two piano numbers were playedby stated "We have several feeder For London PostThe program. Canova presented a basket of
Ga. the new North Florida lovely gifts from the following Mr. Strickland who was sent
WaIler of Macon .
T. cattle
for on
who Is In charge of music at the and stocker buyers sale who want citizens of Bradford Blood Bank Is already being put Rev. Fred O. Yerkes Jr., ADDRESSESOF Starke merchants: Leila's. !. R. here to inaugurate the Inspection
Church revival this next Tuesday's County are making pans to hon to good use la Indicated by the rector of Trinity Episcopal Johns Grocery, Park Theatre, service will leave Saturday turn-
Methodist several cars of cattle. Make every or the principal of R.J.E. High fact that blood for ten transfusions Church, Melrose, and former rec- INTERESTThe Tyus' Dry Good. Smart Shoppe Ing the job over to Conrad Ma-

week. effort to get your cattle In early Scool, Prof. A. O. Jenkins who wan obtained by the Shady- tor of St. Mark's In Starke sailed Wynn'i Apts. and Mrs. Schlott- lone who arrived here Thursday

as we are assured of plenty of has served" 45 years as principalIn crest Hospital from the bank Thursday of laat week on the following new renewal. banner, Queen Marie expressed from the Plant City berry market.

James M. Conner buyers next Tuesday" and every the county colored schools. during the past we..k.Anyone Queen Mary for London. England and change the of addresses will received be of- her appreciation for the lovely "Plant City Is now on the way
thereafter. by Telegraph
MondayJames Tuesday Thirty-four years of that time who wishes to do so where he will assume temporary gifts and the honor of being chosen out, and I hear that bad weatherIn
Rites Held was spent as principal of RJ.E.High may donate blood placing It In duties In St. Luke's Parish Interest to friends: Queen for a Week. Louisiana has somewhat dam-
Mrs. J. L. Andrews. Sill
Martin Conner, 66. a Red Cross Total School. Starke.' the bank "to his own credit" durIng Church. Scenic Highway Baton Rouge The next meeting of the Club aged the crop there" Mr.' Strick

lifelong resident of Lake Butler, Stands At $1,454.24Guy The program will\ be an- the following hours: Ha Is answering the call of the will be a covered dish supper land aald. "It looks like Starke

died Monday night In a Jackson announced later. Weekdays: 8 a. m. to 4:30: p. m. Church of England for clerical aid La.1st Lt. F. M. Williams. 3312 held In the spacious yards of the has a good chance to market 1U

ville hospital after an illness of Andrews chairman of the Thursdays! and Saturdays' : 8 a. during the Lenten Eastertide and En|dn.. Scott Field III. Colonial Inn. Those who want to crop at top prices for several

several weeks. annual Red Cross fund campaign Scout CamporeeAround m. to 12 noon. Whitman seasons which are very T. C. Hazen changed from attend who were not at this meetIng weeks yet.
that Sundays by appointment. Phone Important In the English church. asked to contact Mrs. Noll "There Is
He i Is survived by his widow Bradford County. reports Earleton to Hemando Fla. are I The inspector added:
one son. four daughters a brother, the county Is still about $600 shortof 33 members of Boy 230. Severe chaplain losses! during the Mrs. R. W. Reese 202 Hoi- man. Mrs' Bertha Pearce, or Mrs. one thing that some growers are

Grover C. Conner of Starke. and Its 92.100 quota. Scout Troop 70 \leave at 4 o'clock war and closing of the seminaryat combe St., Montgomery Ala. Gladys Canova before next Tuesday doing that I would like to set

a sister Mrs. 14111 Tillls of Mul-' Up to date a total of 11.45421 this. afterroon for Ocean Pond Recent DeedsLester the Ume caused a serious Mrs. Loran Conner Sylvanla. night. Supper will be served stopped and that Is picking berries
berry. has been raised Mr. Andrews near Lake City on a weekend clergyman shortage there. between the hours of 6:30 and 7 one day to bring to the mar-

Funeral services were held at 3 said. This represents contributions Camporee. They will b* transported KIte of SUrk to J. M.Edwarda Before leaving he was presented Ga.L.. W. Koch changed from p. m. ket the next. Berries should

o'clock Wednesday afternoon In from Starke alone a.. no In a school: bus and will Jr. of Starke: NE 1.4 with luggage for his voyage by Starke to Arcadia Fla. The attendance of the Club Is never be held over from one dayto

the' Mount, Zion Cemetery near other community In the county be accompanied by AI Kay Carlisle of SB 1of Sect. 4, Twp, .7 8. the: Woman's Auxiliary of the M., C. Thomas, care of E. O. growing all the time but new the next. Bring them to market .

Lake Butler. has reported as yet. and Herbert Deal. Rang 22 E containing 40 acres. Melrow Church. Updike, Rout 1, Lakevllle, tnd. member. are Invited. the same day you pick them."







.\. J. whose residence and address i ,,,
MOTICR Order ..f Pu Sllatl.. And (OFP'If.'IAL! APT(perk or paid. .Tbjma.SaV'&ttf' tVnrh Street, Atlanta, (leurgi i i '
Notlc It" hereby ictv.n to nit Cr.ttItom %..tlef. '1'.. Appear .. You are required to
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Hill ant Clalnmnt to file yourclaims STATE 0 P Pl.OHinA to., : eiden". 'BM.( .. DaytonaHeech April 4th U." In the. ahoy appsa 0"' .J n
Clay e
mialnpt the KMaKt ur N. HWalnwrlMht. Norman- Harold Phillips, whose residence Court and ".cause wherein
Mr, doc.l1M..d. with fo:. < In 8 Hue i>e Moulin N.. OKMeiten. Florida 1H .''M seka divorce. Hradf..rt ('II"nl"Iuntll'
1879 E. L.. MATTHEWS. OwNCR-EDiTon K. PerrymanCnunt9. Judge' of /"rad.ford Belgium: Ally for rif shall publish this Ore. Tq.egraph 1-
lly Lura Burgess Mohr .ry nnCOonl'r!: Klnrlda. {TIYn ftwarn You are required to appear on ('.....ty.FInrlilal next four weekly Issues.. ?I
r..lAbftl Every Friday and Entered .. Second ronra, Nebr. I'.4 to ; ( : April 4th, 19CJ, In the. above named. In ( ....U Court Bradford Witness my hand and ofrl-ial i
from the first publication. of this Court and cause. wherein plaintiff In ( kMrery. i FBI. at Btarke.. Florida, thin
pass Matter at the Pout Office at 8tark Fin. e notice or the claim. will h. barredby seeks. divorce, eustodv & control Kenneth Haker Holland. plaintiff. r. 1919. Ma-in"

\\hrreln I ineJItatoer the love Starke, Fla. Hums statutes dim to b.of. paid limitation to the :estate that of minor shall child.publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph In- vs. Illlen Catherine. ('sae 1 Nil Knujw 71.( .. Holland.Defendant. (OFFICIAL SEAL) f A. SaidTb..,".,
1949 March 18, 1949 ar. to h. paid to the und..r..lsn. Jan next four weekly Issue. Order ..r PnMlrlHIm Cud A. Clerk.. (' ""
MEMBERMbswrlptlOB ((!) I have for the Mill\ and the hill administrator. Witness hand and official \<>tlre To ,ppearSTAT By Haven Crosby. 1 C.T

and nature about me. It call. I to Bradford County Telegraph James of|H.N.Walnwrlnht.D. Wainwright Administrator Hr. .., seal at Is Ktarke, I9H.my, Florida, thin Februitry Ellen Catherine K f> F FLORIDA Knci|.|> Holland to: Atty.. Frank for Plf.Lnndrum HtarWe.1-.FI 41., tidal S
1.30 For Six Monthsqrrr
'2JW Annually $ the heart strangely.I Gentlemen: E tat.. 1-4 U .-2:1: -

When he broke his ground and For your Information Art. 3, IV IR'IT roi'HT.COI B5OF000
started to farm Sec. 20 of the Constitution of vrY KLOHIMAl IN ItftM-
He planted a maple beside : Florida prohibits Special Laws relative <"KHV.Margaret. individual
Ilopfennartner, Plaintiff,, without
the door; ; to conducting elections for va. John Hopfengurtner. Defendant. "Any car ,

Its limbs spread wide and Its I State and county officers and it Case No. 1153.ORDER OF. PUBtlCATIOM "

@ roots went deep : la now well established that the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR shock suspension is oaf-of-ifafe!
STATE OF FfjOKIDA to: JohnHopfenwrartner.
of voters is a of
VIEWPOINT As It grew for fifty years or registration part whose residence and
more. '.the conducting of elections. No address: la: (&I4 lt.1rd Htreet, Bell-
new law la necessary to enable the erose, Lone Island' New Yorkt
You are required to appear on
Like the maple-tree he made a County Commissioners to purge April 11. 1949, In Ike above named
"TAXING IN THE DARK" rich growth the registration rolls of the names Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
On the eve of the new Legislative "aession i a joint House-Senat And his roots went deep. Then of voters who have died removedor aeeks minor divorce child.A custody Bradford A County roatrolof

Taw Survey Committee Is demanding that Florida legislators quit there came at last registered more than once as Tele.raphahall publish this. OrderIn
taxing In the dark.Summarizing A time when he had to leave that may be done under existing next four my weekly hand J and Issues.Witness official seal

results of an Intensive two-year study of state the land. general law, and It Is the Inten- at 1549.Starke", Florida, this. !March S, I

government the fact-finders In their final report described several And the old tree fell In a tion of our County Commissionersto (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. 3. ThOKiaa. ,
blast. As Cleric of said Court.
way:! In :which the legislature could obtain Information It should have wintry proceed so to do.I ly Haven Crosby, D. C.

before it levies any new taxes. But.though men carried the cannot Conceive" that you are T.Atty.Frank for I.anclrum IMf. Ktarke 3-11 Florida 4t .-1
The fact-finding group consisted of thirteen legislators and reprcitrntatlveB tree away. Ignorant of these matters as I

of the Florida Institute of Accountants the Florida Re- There were broken off roots Is possible In the case of your In Clrrwlt ('..n.t. Mradforot Cftaatr

tad Merchants Association and the Florida< State Bar AssociationThe that would long remain; author, and especially so as thisIs Florida Miller In taanrrr.Albert 1'lalntlff.' vs. Adt MllI .
result of confusion And he who had moved to a only one of the several times I",r, Defendant. ('a.e No. 7184.O..d. -
Into during wr
committee came being as a ... .
In which have misrepresented f Pnkllrstloa A a*
the 1947 session of the legislature over the actual status of Florida's city flat. you %....lrl. To Appear
Ila.l! roots In his farm on a matters In which I appeared as RTATFOF: FLORIDA to: _
treasury when responsible! officials were millions of dollars apart In counsel. Ada Miller, whose residence la Itt. -
plain. I.Var.a..., North Carolina:
their estimates of the state's financial position. -Sudle Stuart Hager. Yours truly You are required to appear on At
The committee was told to find out what the legislature needed Mollie V. Knight. April 4th. 1911. In the Shove namedCoutt

to do to obtain concrete Information on: I can well understand why the dtvnrre.and tails Bradford,. "herein County\ plaintiffseeks : Telegraph

1. How much money the state has at any given time. people of the went stay on whewinter The Telegraph Is glad to publishMr. next four shall weekly publish' IssueaWltnesM this. urd r In "

::. How much money the state will need during ute next two comes and the deep snow Knight's letter stating his my hand and official ;
swirl about the doorstep. Moa reasons for his opinion to the seal. at Mtarke, Florida this March ;
Tears of the farmers. here are sons ot: Board of County Commissioners I. 141.OFFICIAL.
3. Whether needed funds. can be rained through existing sources. ( SEAL A. J. Thomas __ Ta.eel.a.I.e.
pioneers who settled. this. broad that a special \legislative act pro- As clerk '>' Hald Court. v..1. _
In a report to be offered the legislature. early next month the Hy Haven Crosby, D. C
farming country. And< like the poet viding for a re-registration of voters Joseph K. Skipper. 7 W. Forsvtbft. i
fact-finders offered no sweeping plan to cure all the states financial says the roots are deep In the In Bradford County would not ., Williams llldff, Jarksonvllle,
IIU at a tingle spectacular stroke. Instead, It suggested a number or noil. I love the farm and the sol be legal. We are always glad to Ally for Plf. 3-4 4t 3-2S

basic change designed to enable the legislature and the public to I love all nature and there
always present' both sides of any con In. Clrenlt "n..t. Hr.d'"." {Cunat',
determine the state'a actual financial needs and act accordingly. hm! been a yearning In me to help! troversial matter of public Inter I r...rld.I I. ftfesbkow. also known as
Besides Its efforts to eliminate confusion about state finances, settle a new country. The las est. I Padre :Mesrhkon). Plaintiff vs SainMeshkowr

fn* committee suggested. that the legislature make a thorough In.veettgatlon frontier now In, our Alaska. The In his capacity of County Attorney I Mesi'hkow: )(,also Defendant.known as Case Solomon' No

of overlapping and duplication In Florida government, soil Is rich and deep. In winter Mr. I Knight/ was quite within 71tm.
the days are short In fact so long; Order of P.hlla.l..ii _tdotle.
especially of inspection services.As his rights In giving his. opinionto % T<* Appear
a starter In this direction the fact-finders recommended that In winter are the nights,that they; the Board The course of pro- STATE OF FLORIDA to:
cannot sleep through them. He lIam :Meshkow also known as Solomon -
cedure he recommended for the
the legislature: revision Mesrbkow) whose residence
who plants a tree or a flower has of the books and address Is unknown:
1. Abolish the hotel commission" In its entirety and give its registration
functions to the state board of health the state fire marshal and other roots In the soil that no time can, was the one specifically provided April You 4th.are UI"required. In the to above appear named on, Engineered for comfort! Drive the roughest roads!
destroy. He will ever remembereven
for In existing law as. he points Court and cause, wherein plalntlf
agencies which already share duties with the hotel body. after the old tree falls. In a out and therefore seeks divorce. Itrndford County Telegraph .

2. Eliminate the Jobs. of mime sixty-two tag Inspectors!, giving wintry bla>!t. So the hardy peopleof undoubtedlylegal. next four shall weekly publish.IssuesVt'ltness this. U'd"r In less bounce over bumps-

Uxir duties tq the county sheriffs. and the state highway patrol. the went>> stay on through the On.'the other hand, Mr. Phil at Mtarke my, Florida hand ,and thin effrinlSeal March In a Kaiser you get more for your money I
3. Place milk and cream Inspection solely under the board of winter. I am one of them now. I lips' letter published In this col- 3. It41OFFICIAL!>. Less s/oTa-swox on curves! You'll be nurprined to learn bow little it
health Instead of having it share this function with the departmentof have been so happy all winter umn last week wa, based ( fI.<.. .\J.) A. J. Thomas cost you to drive a Kaiser
upon \ rierk or Maid Court
distribution of and load has been
agriculture. through and have enjoyed the his knowledge that acts have been My Haven Crosby. D C. To a new mass TIN Kaiser I Traveler I ......$2088.48
Frank r"ndrum Starke, Florida. frame vibra-
T. added engine
anow here In Ponca. I had never a sturdy new an so
The committee said !It believed the legislature would never be passed by the Legislature from .
Atty. for Plf. 14t 3-35
able to obtain adequate facts about the state's financial situation seen any very deep snow. Soon time I to time providing for a-com- tion-free you can scarcely hear it, fingertip The Kaiser Special.............S232SJ7

unlraa and until the following procedural changes: were made: he spring. will be ushered In. plete re-reglstratlon' of voters and I. flrev.lt Court Bradford fouajly. steering new, longer) springs. Inside you'll find The Kaiser. De lux..............$2509.01
What a great rejoicing that will the Florida la ( aaaeery.: wide wide seats deep and soft..These are just A Kaiser model' In .
that counties named In the act new DOW pcoductlor
1. Placing the hiring of the state auditor and the state budget Amalla Phillips Plaintiff, v*. Nornun : : :: .. .
director under the legislature Instead of under the executive depart be. When you read this It will be have proceeded to carry out such Harold Phillips, Defendant a few of the 103 new features in the 1949 Kaiser ;;w..*..oon.l-rim Whit+include 1 Mdewall fnctory-irMtaUml- available?.at c*
spring. My neighbor saw a robin e-reglstratlon under their author- Case 71110. backed by the RUGGED RELIABILITY .CMNoriM acxl.local.* HIADV,TO 8'G"i; : ::..
scent LaM tax (fir any)
this morning. Soon they will be it_,. Whether or not on_ they.n. are proved by 330,000 owners in over three billion .)01:110 change without node.
2. Strengthening of the budget director's office so he would have nesting and singing-each morningat
constitutional. Is a matter that miles of postwar driving.
fartlrtles<< for making actual spot checks on the real financial needs dawn. I love the time when we can be decided i only by courts,

at all state departments, agencies and institutions sleep again on the sun porch I when and if they are attacked. 1 Most copied cars In America KAISER-FRAZER Dealers everywhere you go
3. Eliminating the so-called continuing or non-stop appropriations can see the sun rise over the hill If Mr. Knight or any other

and abolishing earmarked funds so the legislature would have con- I; can hear the robins sing and the Bradford County attorney feels

trad over a greater portion of state expenditures. loves. coo on the early morning that his ability was questioned by RIDE THEN DECIDE !

la addition to its recommendations for better budgetary control, breeze. It will be my fourth May Mr. Phillips' 0 query "I wonder If I

the committee approved a suggested plan for tightening collection here and my roots are now deepIn there Is not an attorney In Bradford Hurt H...! Star. Lko-i..Uh ,CAILt bur S-dl....uf.. l'iit..tin, stet ir..t
of beer and wine taxes favored Installation of central or supervised the fertile soil of Nebraska County who could draw up'a
Away over In a corner of my heart bill! to be submitted to the Legislature t
purelmsing and endorsed the principle of a state tax commission to /
I still hold dear of ire
memory Clay that would stand up when A LIBBY SALES & SERVICETelephone
equalize assessments! throughout the state.
lill. Of the semitropical feel and other Counties In the State have
The committee acknowledged that It had lacked facilities to complete Bights of my old familiar life had such legislation passed that

a survey of Florida government and recommended that a legislative The page has been turned and although stood the test" we are indeed re- 32 Temple & I'ratt Sis. Starke, Fla.

references bureau be set up on a continuing basis to help lawmaker I love Florida and a part gretful. We feel however that .

obtain Information they need to spend the people's money ot me shall always be there my I the: writer had no such Intent, -.rIii

intelligently roots are deep here. I am orderingtwo but was merely asking a rhetorical

red rambler roses to plant question, and can hardly be blamed -

BET Ont GRANDCHILDREN ONT STARVE EITHER along the white picket. fence at the as a layman for wonderingwhy Our NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y
rear of our lawn. I want each yearto Bradford County could not BurglaryPolicy
As If we didn't have enough to keep us awake at night already,
plant something, so my love follow the same re-reglstratlon
tnrrv has been an epidemic of books evidently designed to scare the
shall grow deeper. In Indiana I procedure that has been carried
Atylignts out of folks by predicting that this old Earth will be unable for
planted a pine tree. It Is In a out by so many other Florida pays
not so many year from now, to provide enough food for its teeming woods that my father gave met counties. We know as does Mr.

D. Dkma. Is about 17 years old now. I Phillips that If it Is possible to what is stolen or
At least three books have been published within the past year must have my son go see It. Not draw up such a bill there are

that wagged their heads sadly over this dire prediction. Certainly too far away is a walnut tree my lawyers In Bradford County Justas .

thear books even the most alarming of them have a message. for all father planted when a boy. It la capable of doing so as those destroyed.

01._. Certainly too the U. S. needs to practice every type of soil near the well. Roots! yea love ofthe of any other county. SURER STORESYOUR +

eia ervatlon that has proved useful. But sometimes It's difficult to soil grows upon ua all and here
dumpling.* In a of cherries
II another can Charley E. Johns
scare easily where this Nation is concerned poem:
because of the magnificent hat I opened and sweetened and'

job done by the.American farmer Dear Mother earth how well let come to a boil. Serve hot. I Agency

The latest figures tell the story. U. S. population Increased twelve I've loved your hills have a name of a new drug good Phone IS STARVE, FLA. .

percent over the last right years. But farm production during that Your peaceful valleys and for arthritis. Made in Almeda. MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

period Increased more than thirty-five percent. Better soil use crop your waters blue. Calif. If you write to me I will o
rotation, fertilizers Insecticides irrigation and. above all, mechanization Your shaded woodslands. where end you the name. A neighbor -. THESE & MANY 1 MORE GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERSLIBBY'S

are among the reasons for this astounding boost in farm prodaeUnrUy. songbirds dwell. rave It to me. She had been greatly .....

The United States Is blessed with a progressive agricultural Your prairies wide and roses helped. ._ 'Ing THB TRAVELERS. Hertford
Another winter U over. Life
economy and we cannot help but feel that many of the "scare wet with dew.
still Is so good. I feel so rested
bonka" are designed with a view to sales rather than to present a And if some day I shall be old just knowing our boy is home FAMOUS FOOD S-A-L-E !

OBOnvand calculated appraisal of facts. and tired. and I shall never' again have to

The last leaf on the tree. lift heavy caskets and things almost -
-- Friendless and lone beyond my strength. Yes.. I NIJW/

Then gently let your loving life can be good I say by beloved Libby's Tender Garden PEAS 303 cans 171Libby's

arms enfold Psalm, I sleep no very soundly. .. ATOPQUAUTXHOME ,

sahel ta This weary heart and all that's have been sewing. Read Proverbs FREEZER
chapter IS. I love verse 13. Happy Golden Bantam CORN 303
left of me. IScLibby's
I springtime. God bless you all. at a price cans, -

After all la over and the end Love, you want to pay!

c all comes to have It will the not mother be so earth bad after fold I I I Lura. ad Fancy Sliced BEETS 303 jars 2 for 27c

us: in her arms for the last long ,

sleep If we love the earth. EXPERTsdis
Many nice letters. At Clay Hill WITH PORK AND MOLASSES

4 Uncle chest welt Usha cold.Richard Lang Rev.Lang Is Strickland feeling has a severe pretty Is-'I Libby's Deep Brown BEANS, 2 cans for - 25cLibby's

over his cold, and plowing. The
play at the school was a success f

P-TA.and they Lorene made Fields over $70 and for Hazel the Luscious Calif. PEACHES, S1. 2 /? can 29cLibby's

II Osteen will graduate from the

9th Moseley grade has this been year.pulling Lola corn Mae 4e a t Fancy Crushed PINEAPPLE no. 2 can 32cLibby's

stalks and coffeeweeds.
They are
still SERVICEChas.
picking strawberries. Mrs.
CAN LAST LONGEREnjoy Harrison Moseley went to Jacksonville Thrilling new fer smell femllletl I Bread & Butter
Now you can enjoy better tasting PICKLES jar 23cLibby's
last week to get a pairof C. fresh frozen foods all year 'round I pt. - -
lasting beauty from your new Eas glasses. Bud Carter had a Amana Model 50' famous "Zero

ter suit. If you l let us guard its fr sh. birthday last wl'ek.1IF.I.I'FtL ShepherdAt Wall" rives you five cubic foot

from-the-store parke| with meticulous : HINTS. I crocheted Gay's Service Station defect food storage capacity! CATSUP 14 oz. bottle 18c
cleaning and pressing you can wear that some strips for curtain tie-backs. - - -
I made a dessert PROJECTION I
quick by dropping EXTRA
Hiiit for an extra season or two withouta
thought for its age. As soon as it's r. You get 5 year free replacement war-
mechanism and 5 American Oil SARDINES f
ranty on sealed-in
.Easter soiled phone suit. us- at 135 to call for your I year insurance policy against food cans - lOc

"ANNIS: spoilage with every Amana Home
Freexert Come in and tee Amana
PHONE 133 Model 50 Home Freezer today 1 MOTHERS BEST frR-I-T-S: Ibe'
9p.l'i.! 9/eu 7/ Temple Ready Ml Concrete Builder Hardware Slade Gas Co. pkg.

Moet To
Everything Build. Repair .r ReciMMM
C'IIOM') =- ,,:, ..e Aye.
Phone 121

10M-IMS W. Mala Street South Two doors from railroad

STARKE. FLA. P...... 217 21S GAINESVILLE P. O. Sox Ct E. Call St. Starke. Fla. Specials For Friday & Saturday March 25th & 26th



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(OFFICIAL SCAD A. J ThemnsAa .! Thin. notice .11..11 1 1 be puhllnhoO In (OFFICIAL. PEAL) A, J. Thomas
and Mrs. Gray of Tallahassee( Old Time Revival I II I Clork of Bald court. tha ItrHilford, .1 rountv" T.lvrHph for A. f'lerk tt add Cnurt.
spent the weekend .with Mr. and I liy Haven Crosby n. C. two i>c.nNpi>utlvt> work bftrtnnlnf fly Haven frofbv. r>. <'.
I -Ii a.r.n'lI Continues In Hampton! A. J. Thomas. Jr., Mtnlkc, FI..ltia.AllY. on r'rlilur .Mar. in, I'Hi!. .and ?nd. H. O. mown, Stark, Florida, Attr.
State Mrs. L. F. Chapman. I 4-1 lag Krldav., Mnivh .
Phone 52Jwa 1 for I'lf. 3-11 4t on 'j& I 1141 for plf 3-U. 4t t-*
.,. .
[I8pB}. VY.DEF Sea VICE \ aril iloliiK H.l.ir. no ".11'
I Lt. J., R. Jones of Ft. Bennlng.
I I 0arn5e. :it :1-.I3: -
: Mrs. Hartmann By bless Bryan \\hJtflel The Old Time Revival at >..tl.. to K.I: Irmr. \4nilnUlrat i I _
pO.$ ew re. $ro5. Ga., wan here with Mrs. Jones and I Hall th"l i of .!>. l':.. .-.. .r John \loiur' d.! -
their children and Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Community ran.... and t. all .lar t.rv...Mi, IN dart IT lotiir, nil tnromt AUTOMOBILE
very well attended. Crowds riknrrrnfHl.1'lvnntt ; ii. >i\r .'FI.OIIIII IN. 1111\. \BIMTV INSURANCE
WEINER ROAST R. S. Hosier last weekend. Alchiirchm take notice that und..r the ..KY.Tlottln .
been Increasing each service. eta J:I. KlorldilStntutva &' 1 Jean l>..ok.. Plaintiff. VH.IfolMMt .
of t4*ctlt n
Miss Dorothy Morgan and Billy Mrs. D. L>. Nix and her baby are cooperating. 1lIn.Ist..r. proiMtitnn AnnotHtcil. J. A. Hull ilolniibimlnHMa 1 M llunkM, 1'.r..n.lu"l ,'NAY Altliiiuich not. compulsory It U
Morgan entertained at a weinerroast daughter.! Margaret returned Friday .. or representatives of 'the a. 11..1'IIH"\ "'**, HtarkvKlorldii .. :OOt>. 11110.) much safer to carry LJabllHrInttiranrr'
the hIder of it WnrfhoiiM' OIlllKK OK f'1."t.I"\TTOS" .
at the home of their parents from Commerce Oa., where. Methodist. Christian, and Bal limit n'a i.l.*n. Hictlon: $7*..1:1: KlorldMHtatuteM I ANIl NdTirK TO APP :.\n I represent only old
Mr. and Mra.V.. H. Morgan, they had visited the former'smother tilt denominations are on the< will hold n imbllo iiule at STATI-2 OP r-UlltlHV, !Kohort line, rrll-hl stock cempanke.
loratttO III' the ::1(. Hanks, whose rea/deuen IH
MM pliu>e of ItuiilnHNM un will be
Your business apprertatvd. -
The attending r Mrs. L. J. Sharp. They Tin .
Saturday evening. group platform each service. Pity ot Htarko, lirntlfmd Canny known:
this enjoyable out-door were accompanied by Mrs. D. M. Musical Millers arrived Monday ...";rl..... at 10:III) ..'..I..ck A. M. oil You are rrqulrrd )" npprar on .
..', IA49. on the ful- April IK. 1941, In the ahovr namrd
from Nix who is now the guest of Dr. hlllY. April .let ., 129 W. Call StreetOppoSlte
LOCAL FACILITIESof party Included young people rend..rlnglpeclal numbers on lowing Hi-rlii'd automobile: l' tirt end rauiivhirfln' plaintiff
Macclenny Ralford Law tey and Mrs. Nix. their cow bells saw accordion 11.:1.: ...'....r. "'seq..y child.......k. divorce Ilradfor.l. A riixlody of CountyTelegraph minor Bradford Co. Telegraph

Starke Klngsley Lake and the Mr. and Mrs. Martin Relnau and other Instruments.Rev. shall publlnh thin OrderIn Phone 154
quiet refinement with organization Farm. and children of Palatka were Anderson the evangelist, nvxt .fourrckly mv hand nnd Inpum.Wltnomi official. Ural N. D. Wainwrieht, Jr.
competent and thorough in its entirety MEETING visitors of Mr. and Mrs Martin b..llevesWe/ are now entering the at mark.. ,.'...rld.., thla March II,
BOARD 1949.
to Grlner Saturday and Sunday. season of great revivals such at
enable this establishment
Mrs. Lawrence Dugger Mr and Mrs. Reese Bradley and this world has never known b".
render a fine and moderately priced of the Community Club and
their sons of Jacksonville spent fore. "A double portion of
service. the members of her board which Sunday on the Farm having had God's Spirit will be upon the B ALVAREZ &SON TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE
of the club and
Includes officers dinner with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. church of the last days. The early; CO.
chairmen of the standing committees Bradley and supper with Mr. and Infant church ca.m with sign !t I

DeWITT C. JONESPhone met at the Community Club Mrs. W. H. Williams and wonder, and the church ir b We operate local
afternoon with
House Thursday the future will! receive Itr..at..rpower.
Mr and Mrs. J. A, Bouvier had
7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance. Mrs. Alvin Wynn.Dora Mrs.Johnson M. P. Gel-of a family dinner Saturday in honor God surely knows w<' A: long<< dlittacanjrwhrre
gar and Miss I Patricia need it," Rev. Anderson snld In V.S.
Ted Os. of their granddaughter MOV
Funeral Director ServiceOur Lake Butler and Mrs. SJ
Mctntosh. The occa Jesus said in John 11:12 t
borne of Starke. Plans were formulated McRae of : I.1!
local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and for a dinner to be nerved mon was the eleventh anniversaryof "Verily verily I say unto you I 4;;) 1 EXCELLENTSTORAGE

services not otherwise available. by the Club on April 18 to a the birthday of the honoree. he that bclleveth on me, tin PS
of the district Other guests Included Mrs. Cecil works that I do shall he do also -
.. ... group of teachers
v. who will be here on a sight-seeing McRae and children Andre and ; and greater works than FACILITIES

We furnish the hlgheat type service at lowest prices and trip. Upon completion of arrangements Eleanor and lolls Cecile McRae these shall h.. do because I KO 1' I/ 1 1r. .
accept ANY life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY refreshments were a student at FSIT Tallahassee. unto my Father." This Is yet to Agents For '
company as payment In part or In full on a funeral. served.Secretary. who wan .spending Spring holidays be fulfilled. DelcherBros. See us first!
Mcln- .
Consultation carries no obligation. .with her parents in Meetings will continue eacl
of State R. A. Gray tosh. evening at 7:30: o'clock with two< STUART'SCYCLE .

Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger big services. on Sunday at 2:3': '

I Bradley Geiger Mrs. M. F. Coker and 7::30. SHOP

Sr., Mr. and Mrs Harry Coke Everyone welcome and brlni!' 1
CAMP BLANDING Billie and, I Temple Axe. &: 10th St. -
iA.RM.Y'iC.AMP WRECKING. CORP and their children your neighbors. The hall 1 IIII
Jerry all of Jacksonville werguests equipped with a p. a. system, si 0 Starke, Florida ) : -
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M I if you can't get In for the< I -- .

Bradley Sunday 'crowd you can hear sitting 1 In I '
We Lowered Our Pauline outside. ." ,*
Jack Nelson and Minn your car or standing 4Ioj

Bi'Hnncn of Jacksonville were supper Come early for a good seat. NOW IS THE TIME > '
guest of Mr. and Mrs R. W bv
PricesLet OthersFollow Brannen Sunday Mrs. Sarah New Watchmaker KOJl 1. ) ,

Drlggers of Lake Butler was also
Opens Shop Here 4l
a Sunday guest of Mr. end Mrs ?
Branren having had dinner with) 6 -' -- --
Glenn R. Sunders sun of Mr
them at noon.
and Mrs. G. E. Sanders of
Mr. and Mrs A. T. Snpp and 1:
Starke has opened a watch repair '
their son, John Green Sapp ol I r
I shop hero In spare at thi'
Raiford spent Sunday with Mr Hollywood Camera & lift Shop : .\

Seasoned Lumber and With Mrs.her Mack two Sweat.little sons Mrs Young Sunders, received hh

Dry M. E. Hicks of Annlaton. Ala.. diploma from the Southern College We everything you a.

has been visiting Mr. and Mrs Watchmaking, Memphis need for the small plot or

Dave Thornton for the past tau Tenn. and for the past two and farm

1x3 and 1x4) SHKATIIING $23 I'rr 1000 Cr-ifc a half years has been employe ALHUCOMPLETE
days.Hardy Markham and Jack) as a watchmaker In Thomas : LINE ,
vlllp, Ga, the former home of .
Markham of Ocala spent the past HARDWARE ITEMS

GUM SHEATHING - $30.00 weekend with Mr. and Mra. R the Sanders family. FARM IMPLEMENTS va'S
M. Markham. Additional Sunday O. K. Sanders has been a rest TOOLS ETC.

1 X 6, 1 X I; 8. 1 X 10 _.__._.____.___.____._____________._____.-.---.PER 1000 I, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mark dent of Starke for the past foul
ham were Mr. and Mrs. Truman years and In connected with the asfv GOOD Beer ,
Markham of Jacksonville and HerculoH Powder Co.
PINE Robert Markham of Gainesville. ; ;;;

1 \ 6. 1 x 8, 1 x I; 10 _.___.._.____.._.______________________...-.---.PER 1000 either leueior I : Y. -. .t.cUUI is, I'll I'll t\. 1ftTUU.m.tm if'iI J !f'rreiahlorwnhfavorIfyou'drstherbuyfavor
MImeograph paper Whirls R ftevmnnr, t'lalntlff, v,.. The price of beer can. cither be loaded with 0' J
li-xal:: size. carried In Mock hj; JMIIIHH, ]'util Hvymuur JittCtimliinlC'HHH J. I 1
PINE FRAMING $50.00 The Bradford. County Telegraph/ No. 7199.bitlNI ,!'. .
- ( op rrni.icATinv: Instead of fi-right" buy JAX Beer. JXX n eipe- tie A7 '*

:3 x"'", 2 x 6's, 2 x 8's. 2 x lO'a, 2 x 12..1'"' 10001 pout STATIC ANI Seymour I> NOTI I lie ,K1
In: Stateluspltut, Column 1"n.\L" : PKICK: 'Q j
but. Month C..r"I1". FIVE bottle of JAX for the price of FOUR
PINE FLOORING$35.'O0Per 'ONLY ONE You are r"<|ulroil to appear| nn $1.50 bottietof" "Long-Dntunce"shipped beer t J..1qii
A pi II IN. 1 1849, In the
100O ml Cnurt and ramie., whnr::I"n"P'I'; : BRADFORDHARDWARE
tiff i M..kM dlvoroa. rirnilfnrd Cmlnt],
Teli'KTnph shall piibllNlt' this Urtlwl CO.
CRATING LUMBER $23 PER 1,000 BOARD FKKT: 111 neat four, weekly .INMIIAHWltnHfiM .
my linnil and o"lolalloal Jig SHEWING COMPANY. UCICIOIIVILLI I 110. .
All Other Sizes from 1 )x 2 to 6 x 6 at Price You Cannot Beat! lit Hiurku. Kloilda, thin March 1IIM1 ... .. ." eee.eereep

Jf&1ent (10..ICIAJ.8I'AI.. ) A. J. Tlionm.I

OVERHEAD I PICNIC IN YOUR OWN YARD 8 Itt An Hy frank haven(,'Ierk for of tndrum Crosby Flf.nal'l/_' ,Cnurl.,n.Hlurko.C.J-IS Flnrl'ln 4t 41r I Ir Save EVERY Day --- By Shopping At YourJITNEYJUNGLE '.!

PICNIC TABLES .r -Clrr.lt ..0.... H..r.... ('o..t,.,. f

FIXTURES I WATER COOLING ItoHenionil KlorM.i In Turner Clmnevrr.HykAii, Pliklntlff,
trn. ('.."11 Mutfh Hykvft! O.Io"II..nl.l'a. .
FOUNTAIN $2.75 up ... No. 1194.
Order ol I'ohHrKlloB' mill :Knllr. .
Complete with metal base and t. AppmrHTATI5
"tr"- OK "" .oIUI>.\ Tn! Cecil \
white. glass globe approximate lush Hykim, whose rttttlrlHiti'n and ,
nldrKHii. ,IM the Huwthornn Ntreel,
13 Inches In diameter. : i
a ,
louth Norfolk, Vlrirltil.iYou
Tom. 1 \. are r qtilr...l to appear on I
.V i in II IK 1949. In She ahuve nomad ''JCIIOl'I"EU
-- 'I ,'.mart and .cause wherein plulntlflie ,
$1.65 ea. .kn fllvorc-ft, rare, '"I.I A IMIII For A COOl. Drink '
rol of minor rhlldrtMi, ford I SWAN SOAP :
'.only Telegraph shun publlMh'' thlaJidor '
i In :next four: weekly.:. IBMIHHWln I
.... hand and official ADE

(; SRAI. A. J. Thomaa

GYPLAP J.I fly H Haven llarrlnon. A.Crosby..,Clerk'law D KxrhunKii:ot O.I Ruld.. Court,.Illdir: ,, 2 no. 21/ cns.llc 46 oz. can 15c 2 for 19c

F- .1.a.'keumi. 'vIIIs I Klorldn. Ally r..rI'lt. I
$9.75 "Iwl 1 J-IS It 4.) \

.IN riiu'i'ir cm n r.f I" I.n, II SOUTHERN I.A\ AU lOlm's SNOWDRIFTSHORTENING! !!!
Wooilen cabinet 'IM "MTV Fl.Oltllltl IM ll'VIKIIV. : -

I GARAGE DOORS nwnt.zlnolliKNl': Stile Ice arm com fountainattached. ppeft slo.tilliy 1'n..n..11: 71X1): Kl-h).K.. r Kehov rCehon, i,"f T'lalntlff..,niiant. (.'..VII... Salad Dressing Tall M-I-L-K)

PIT Thousand i nr>nn nK, ptTnMfATiovANI

An Approximately-\replonal buy A' I 95 T 0 I LET S $25. 1 fa F.8TATM K.*hoe!>],NOTirK KI.OHIHA whose resldnnoe TO. AITHAIl lo t and Kmnmtl, a.l.l Quart 49c 2 cans 22c 1 lb. 25cWESSON

$4 .. ,,
IS'. Vtuf this ,size ..ntnmm. at $19.00( P..r1.: lr'''H in 91* irving 1'ark I'hlraico I
rut down. Flush Valve Ill foul:
You arc u nulr. ..1 to APpear on

Included! April' II nnd, I94'""! ".In.., wherein the abov plaintiff naniilJourt OIL
C E L O T E X 1'Itremir China. .Tialdvn oeke divorce name and Hrndford r""I..aU.. t'nuntyr of I Lux Soap Powder Dog

Bt ,Insulation. or t't"lIIng.((( );,..", ,rl<> ___ Have a chrome, In n..t. four weekly I....*... SMALL SIZE.: With Aluminum Feed Pun PINT CAN25c
zlic ft.
thickness .
l/'i" : Sloan-1)pe| fliifthtalve. 2rf 20". Only a trey $(2.50F Witness. mv hand and ofri'.tal ...1 I
thlrknen, _____.._ .. 8c -rr few I left. Each. .>t Htark. Florida, this March 8,,
------- ,
j I $12.50 IP-: U49. 2 f for lie 5 Ib. 62c

.A.i. 8, 10, & 12 Ft. Length VV ?Ht End Milling ('O N. VETS;
I I BUY AHOME 8 tbOS Corned Beef
Ideal for theatre and ,
! DOUBLE HUNG rhurrhe Each__._.__' $1 UP SCRATCH FEED DOG FOOD :
t fe 12 OZ. CAN39c
Come the one different simpler ,
. WINDOWSEASY TE R M s | HOLLER CONVEYORS refrigerator.see In its freezing .sjam M tMUTf-UM NUT Wall
. with 25 lb. 89c 3 for 25c .
For' easy handling of bt).".*, lumber system there are no movies par'sto
fift g wear' or make noise! It's the
FRAMES 1 & 3'/i GAL. PYRENE aiK| nml-rou other Hfm. in iz", Servel! Gas Refrigerator.Just YOUR CAR i1NISHCAN

. $8.95 EXTINGUISIIERS jg", & w 1"IhIO ft. ..'..U..m.. a tiny gas. flame doe the HAVE MORE I-N O-U-R M-A-R-K-E-T FRUITS & VEGETABLES .

, III pressure type -xtlmiulihrr USED ---. .- -.- $2= Per ttJ'fl" work. So-ss over 2,000,000 delighted -
ear all typea flri_",--- 'lally owners know -Servel!
Vt mite ((28"" ); E""t", rhemlralfirre. NEW (stdl crated) $3 per ft. stays silent, lasts years longer. ,

condition. Newly for. ""w Installation. 3'/i--lI'al. ....., with THIS SPRING WITH ,
attached cart W28.7.1 "IiMM" .Story" by I n-
ROOFING I b.tov.d ttpartfr, FORD WAXES, .

9 Lite OA LVANiZED a toll flrtorktmStop bit why dA.rrnc.tlura la la mch sad.w g- POLISHES ANDCLEANERS Brisket Stew lb. 27c Red Bliss Potatoes 2 lb. 9c "

SINGLESASH In Ih. Roll Roofing, ,
p-NJ SHEET IRON Siiian* .*. $ 2. 9 5 ft taut In.copylod.' ) I

$1.45 Galvanlxed Hal metal ,hft. :Square BRICK IS I'll ALT.__Shingles$!! iDINO_____.,$ 3 9 5 STAYS tiWWT Tf LON t. Smoked Sausage, lb. 25c Fresh gm. Cabbage lb. 2/c

.\pp. 34"x05"lase.", Square ._ $ 5 4 5
Single na..h for barn.Bararge.rtr. r:M-h .._......_____. "1.OO -? ?

BLACK GALVANIZED, OK MOIL! 7he 1Q.leff roQSlade /, Pork Liver lb. 35c Good Bananas 3 lb. 25c

45c Fla. 2 bunches 19c
I a. soar POLISHAndrews I Hamburger, lb. Celery,


PHONE. 6r Two doors; from railroadE. I Fresh Mullet Ib. 25c Grn. top Carrots, 2 bu. 13c

CAMP BLANDINGr FtA_ P.O. lOX 569 STARKE ,FLA_ Call St. Starke. Fla. Motor Co.


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FRIDAY MARCH 23.: 1949Lawtey


j Gainesville were Biggs in Starke Monday afternoon
Dance At State FarmA and family of were Mrs, L*. H. Hill and Mrs.
t /I guests of relatives here last Sunday -)I' Joyce Futch.

gala Spring Dance will beheld I .
at the State Farm Com 1 I Mrs. Bill Plummer and children<
Br I.. II. Fmtrtt. for TEACHERS\ : We now ho
munity Club House, Thursday . . . : went to Brooker l last Sunday
night, March 31, from 7:30: to 12 .1 an extended visit with her mother. that hard-to-get practice paper

o'clock, Admission 2Sc each. BAPTIST WMU: MET Mrs J. C. Cone. for students, ruled and plain. In

.f N I7h t It'V, 1 I It Orchestra and refreshments The ladles of the Baptist WMU I Miss Marguerite Wainwright, a I 0 x 12 size County, 85 cents Telegraph.per rvanr.Bradford .-.

"-, hold their regular meeting at the student at FSU spent the spring
Office Gladys Mooty llexltltnce B. & P. \V. Club home of Mrs. J. P. Wyrick on holidays here with her parents,

Phone 29 Editor: Phone 33 Flans Social EventAt Tuesday. After the meeting the Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright/ FOR SALE -
ladies presented Mr. Wyrick's mo-
4 Members of the school faculty
the March meeting of the ther, Mrs. M. S. Wyrick, with attending the funeral of Mrs Ethel A Z A LEASIN

Miss Ernestine Moore Weds Jos. W. ThomasIn Starke Business and Profe slonalWomen's lovely gifts, the occasion being .
her 83rd birthday anniversary BLOOM
Club held Thursday even-

Lovely Ceremony I In Jacksonville! ChurchThe ing of last week, plans; were completed Mrs. Wyrick served delicious fruit IN MEMORYIn : .

for the Club's sponsoringa Jell-o and cookies. CREEK
marriage of Miss Ernestine colors. of Charles Monroe
dance for the School students memory
and Mrs. The bride chose a Relanda bridal DEATH OF MRS. BOYER
Moor, daughter of Mr.: on two Friday evenings a farlton, who passed I away March NURSERYGreen
Frederick Moore of Law- gown of white satin styled of Frank
William month Instead of the once a monthas The entire community was made 29 1948. Beloved father Cove Springs Fla.
tey and Joseph Wesley Thomas, With a Peter Pan collar. The originally. sad last week when word was II. Carlton, husband of Reese W.
James Roy bodice buttoned down the front planned 4 mi. North on Jacksonville;
son,of Mr. and Mrs. Music will be furnished and received of the death of Mrs. Boyer Carlton, brother of Fred Carlton.
Thomas, II of Jacksonville and to the waistline with self covered cousin Mlmi. Every Day Except : -
4 drinks and other refreshments will the wife of Rev. E. D. Boyer Other survivors Highway. Open

Hendenonvllle, N. C.. was an. buttons and the flowing back.train be served by club members for a of Tampa. Rev. Boyer was the Florence Wood; and two grandchildren Mon., 10 A. M. 6 P. M.ALVARETITQRE .
February fell from the bouffant bustle -
event of Saturday for the pastpr of the Lawtey Baptist Charles F. and MichaelA.
the nominal cost.
trimmedthe TOURIST CLUB OFFICERS who have guided organization
in the Seed embroidery
four o'clock pearl
J2 Street, at Baptist Church of collar and cuffs. The bridal through a highly successful season are (top row, left to right) W. next of these dances, on March Church for several I years and he Carlton. .

Main illusion Mrs. W. H. Nollman, vice president Russell 23, will be Mrs. Janie Avery, Mrs.' has many friends here who send ._- -- -- -
Jacksonville. The pastor Dr. veil at Imported finger S. Sibley, president; ; him condolences In his hour of
Thomas Hanson, officiated at the tip length, fell from a coronet- Buchanan, secretary; (bottom& row, left to right) Mrs. Marian Howe, Margaret Burdette and Mrs Flo Mrs. Boyer was [
double ring ceremony. shaped tiara made of orange treasurer; Mrs. Wm. Heintz, entertainment chairman; Mrs.: Bertha Charbonneau.The Club .President, Mrs. Mar- :I the mother of Mrs. Fred Moore. iii Esiabit: I$elide. I

The church was lighted with blossoms. Site carried a cascade Pearce, hostess' chairman. Everyone Is having such a good time on Ian Faulk, presided over a business I

white tapers In branched candel- bouquet' of tuberoses centered with Tuesday nights that the Club might continue its activities right session during which several Mr. and Mrs. T. L._ Wainwright

abra, and potted palms were usedas two white orchids. through the summer, President Sibley announces. Plans are already Items of new' and old business
Mrs. Moore, mother of the bride, '
a background for large baskets being; made for some lawn parties In the near future. were brought before the members

pews of were white marked gladioli.with The clustersof family I with corsage selected brown a was dress accessories of of talisman beige and rows.crepe her Miss Rogers And Mr. McMillan UnitedIn for Reports discussion.were made by officers :: %J;: :&; =;; : : :: : : :Mt: : :: ;::;:::::::: ::;::::::::::::;::::;:;;::::;::i:; :::::;:::::::::;::::; : : ; ::: ;:;tt; ::;;:;;;::;;::::; :;;;::::;::;::;:::;;;:;; ::;;;;;;:;;;;;:::;::::q) ;!}{l

white gladioli. and various Committee Chairmen.
The mother of the bridegroom,
Prior to the Ceremony, a pro Mrs. Thomas was gowned In Marriage Sunday In Quitman Ga. Plans were made for a social
gram of nuptial music was rendered I evening for members and their
black She wore black and
by Mrs. Lawton Green the crepe. Marked with beauty and dignity wore mauve crepe with a corsageof husbands or escorts to be held

church organist. David W. Moore, white white accessories rose buds.and her corsagewas wile the wedding, ;.which took I pink carnations. March 31 at 8:00: p. m. In SI

uncle of the bride, sang "Because" the place in Quitman, Ga., Sunday aft- Following the wedding Mr. and Mark's Parish House. Followingthe
Immediately following ceremony -
(d'Hardelot) and "Always" (Berlin held In the ernoon at which time Miss Hanson Mrs. Rogers entertained with a meeting refreshments were
( reception wall
). "Llebe.traum" (Llstz) was church a parlor. The bride's table, Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.T. reception. The bride's table, covered served by Mrs De ta Dyal and tF of

played softly during the ceremony B Rogers of Quitman became with an Imported cloth of Mrs. Mildred Sapp.Keystone .
lace cloth
overlaid with a was
and the traditional wedding mar centered with a three-tiered wed- the brldo of Merrill G. McMillan lace and embroidery, was centered . ANN OPAGE FOODS
ches were used.' son of Mrs H. L. Hough of with the tiered wedding cake, dec-
ding cake that was topped with a
James Roy Thomas Ill servedas bride and bridegroom. Balancing Starke. The wedding took place orated with pink and white asters.

brother at the home of the bride's par Dainty arrangements of these HeightsKEYSTONE
beat man for his the cake were lighted white tapers
ents on LaFayette Street with astern, tied with pink satin, were ,
Charles In candelabra. Mrs :
and the ushers were crystal I / ,
brother of the bride- David W. Moore waa assisted In Rev C. C. Klser performing the used at each corner of the table .
Thomas, ceremony.An and tall silver candelabra with PERSONALITIES:
groom, R. 3. Padgett, Harold serving the wedding cake by Miss Improvised altar was arranged white tapers completed the lovely: FRANK T. SCOTT. MAYOR For exceptional value: rare
Betty Moore and Miss Jean BoV- i velar ohoow". Ann Page fowls.They're
Church and Marvin Culver. In front of the bay win effect. Miss Blanche Hooks and
er Miss DeHBle Highamith and ,, made GA&Y's most
bride In mar down In the living room. Garlands Miss Lyda of Jacksonville Hy J. L. Hill +
The was given Miss Ann Moore, sister of the Rogers exacting: quality standards &\
riage by her father and had bride, kept the bride's book. of fern outlined the windows and presided at the punch table, Mrs. Frank T. Scott currently Mayor tend l l at \AP' remarkably

her sister Miss Barbara Moore, Miss Rachel over palms and ferns were used in the Jerry Kodatt: of Jacksonville, cut of Keystone Heights and newly thrifty prlr 9. Lf >k for the ? '
Boyer presided
as her maid of honor. The brides- brirkgroiind. Tall white dtand- the cake, Mrs. Dick Dorough, Mrs. elected Secretary and Treas- name 'Ann Pagu' If you want a ; J
the bowl. She assisted
punch was
maids were Mills Lu Edward ard..< held stately arrangements of Jack Combs of Jacksonville, Miss urer of the Chamber of Com- flan route at a navlnit. Every

Cousin of the bride, Mlas Nancle by Mrs. R. W. Mixon, Mrs. Jewel white gladioli and bridal wreath Ida Randltt, Miss Helen Graydon, merce, boasts that he has retired. one guaranteed to please you I t
Royal and Misses Sarah and Grace ASP refund
: ytlll promptly
Cobb. Mrs. M. F Swint, and Mrs. and white candelabra held white of Atlanta and Miss Jean Dlckson 'Retired from what?" we are Remembet' \ +
Crews year money.
tapers Double cornucopias, filled of Nashville, assisted In quick to inquire .'.'-__- ...
E. W. Roberson. After spending some time with serving if- =-.. Nutley OLEO, Ib. 23c Ann Page foods are A&I"sFlN :
with white carnations and while Mrs. Jerry Kodatt, Jr. of *
The maid of honor and bridesmaids their guests, Mr. and, Mrs. Thomas ? -for our Mayor !
gladioli were reflected In the mir- Jacksonville kept the bride's .
wore gowns of satin fashIoned left on a wedding. trip to never seems
,,' D E X O 3 Ib. 82c
ror on the mantel. Blue iris, pink - -
with off-the-ahoulder neck- of Interest In Florida. Therldo's
points to be Idle..-
carnations and in book.After .
roses pastel ...
three-tiered bertha col ,
lines and
> traveling attire was a beige the reception Mr. and
shades were used In the den, reception Questioned Bright Sail Bleach, qt. lie
bouffant skirts,
lars. The poisedover .
suit and kelly accessories.Her ac.r
green Mrs. McMillan left on their wed-
hall and dining room. constant ,

bodices hoops draped, fell from with the a basque three- The corsage bride was was of graduated white orchids.from Mr Sam Harrell presented a ding trip to South Florida The 11 v Hies, Mr !\\f.. 3 White House tall Milk 36e Ann Page Tomato Ketchup 18c

tiered hlpllne cascade .The maidof program of piano music preceding bride traveled In a spring suit 'of Scott replies' ,
Bradford High School. Ice blue faille with which she
and the She with i a ready
honor selected a rose shade and during ceremony. ; Ion FLOUR 25 lb. 1.49
bridegroom was graduated I played Traumerl and Romance by wore navy accessories and her grin that re' a ,

the bridesmaids wore gowns of from' Blue Ridge School for BoysIn Srhuman, Wagner's Evening Star, corsage was of white orchids. On tlrement In the).

aquamarine and gold. Matching North Carolina. He served 23 Nevln'H Venetian Love Song and their return they will reside on general sensewould ; lona FLOUR, 10 Ib. 63c A11nPagePeanutButter,16oz.35c
mitts were worn and coronets of months in the U. S. Marine Corps.
during the ceremony played Mac- Klngaley Lake, near Starke. soon bew.
silk with shoulder
net a scalloped Mr. and Mrs. Thomas are now'' Dowell's To A Wild Rose. The bride is a graduate of the come boring beyond endurance and Jim Dandy Grits 5 tb. 29c

length veil. They carried nosegaysof residing 'at 2370 Myra Street, In' Mrs P A, Foster of Pittsburgh, Quitman schools and received her that life, as a result would bea
dyed carnation !In matching I
Pa., slater of the bride, rvas ma- A. B. degree from S.W.C. in useless gesture. This attitude, Whole ANN PAGE

tron of honor and wore a gown Valdosta where she majored in we think. Is responsible for the 14 oz. Cranberry Sauce lOc Salad Dressing, qt. 49c

Tom Slade Host IOOF Box SupperTo of mist blue faille made with Social Science. She was active In fact that he has reached the age

square neckline and full paneled campus activities there and was of. three score, radiating friendliness -

To Young FriendsAt Be March 31 skirt, the panels' trimmed with a member of the staff of the Pine dignity and good will attributes ANN PAGE

Party In USO tucks near the waistline. She carried Cone, .was on the Y.W.C.A. council no less Impressing than ev 63c
The oldfashioned IMayonnaise qt. -
long-planned the his soldierly good humor ,
a bouquet of cerise carnations Student Government Association bearing
Twenty teen-agers gathered in box supper will be held by the posed on maline and satinin and was a member of the and ready wit.

the USO building Saturday nightto Odd Fellow's Lodge at the lodge the same shade. Business Club, the Sociology Club, An hour's chat with the Mayor Vi I r+ ON 1 ANN PAGE

help Tom Slade celebrate his hall on the night of Thursday The bride entered on the arm League of Women's Voters and leaves one wondering If all men "( Grape Jam 1 Ib. 23ci

thirteenth birthday anniversary.Games March 31. of her father,'T R. Rogers, who the Sports Club. shouldn't fish. Mr. Scott Is an j yr ,

and square dancing were gave her in marriage. She was Mr. McMillan Is among the ardent follower of the sport and f y hC.
enjoyed, and hot dogs, cold drinks A cordial Invitation Is extended beautiful In her wedding gown of prominent young business men ot can tell some highly interestingtales d ;ANN PAGEPineapple

and cookies were served thrcugh- to the public for this open duchess satin, made with fitted Starke where he Is a civil en of the big fellows landed on + .I Preserves Ib 31c

out the evening.. house event and those wishingto waist and long full skirt. The gineer. During the war he served his many Canadian trips in past

Tom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, attend are asked, to have wifeor sweetheart neckline featured exquisite with the Engineering Corps of years. And Mrs. Scott gives the
H. Slade, were assisted in entertaining hand quilted embroideryand Mayor all the competition he r
the and
Army was In the Euro-
friend box and a
enjoy )
bring a
the young guests by Dr. small covered buttons were used pean Theatre for more than two cares for with reel and line. He / Talco SCRATCH FEED

and Mrs. A. Y, Covington and a pleasant evening In an old- down the back of the gown. years. readily admits (and with no excuses C+i' 25 lb.. 99c 100 lb., 3.89

Mrs T. T. Long. fashioned way. The girdle panel featured quilted ) that the Mrs. usually man
Out of
town relatives at the
embroidery and her veil of illusion wedding Included Mr. and Mrs. I ages to better his catch as she Taleo Laying or Growing Mash

tulle' fell from a crown of Jerry Kodatt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ,' has been doing regularly since 25 i tb., 1.13 100 Ib., 4.43
,SUNDAY MARCH seed pearls. She carried a bouquet they /were married In 1903. 'SUPER RIGHT' QUALITY
I<:OOatt, Jr., James Kodatt, Miss
D of white carnations and white Mayor Frank Scott was born FINE CHICK
R FEED 100
lb. 4.33
Lyda Rogers, Mr. and Mrs Jack -
i ij' orchids softened with of January 28, 1889 at Conneatville
.. 27th & 28thRUTHLESS" puffs Combs, Miss Jackie Combs, Mr. HEAVY Western BEEF
MONDAY'STARKE mallne and tied with white satin. and Mrs. Russell deGrove, Mr. and Pennsylvania After graduatingfrom : STARTING MASH, 100 lb. 4.47
school there. he at-
Charles A. Darby of Starke was Mrs. K. R. WIllits, Mrs. Richard
tended business at Mead- Daily Growth Broiler
college Mash 100 Ib. 4.47
Mr. McMillan's best man and Lampp of Jacksonville, Mrs. H. L.
With Zachary Scott Joel vllle, Pennsylvania, where he ,
and Lawrence Crawford, of
Hough, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Darby 20% DAIRY
studied business administrationand FEED 100 lb. 3.89
Atlanta, cousins of the bride
of Starke, Mrs. A. L. Crawford
Loins Hayward & Diana Lynn
accounting. During this per- CHUCK ROAST lb. 50c
lighted the candles. Joel and Lawrence Crawford ,
ALSO NEWS AND SHOUTS iod the Mayor evidently didn't
Mrs. Rogers mother of the Helen Or ay don of Atlanta, Mrs.

bride, wore smoke grey crepe P. A. Foster and son Ricky of glued spend to all the his dry time with of his a eyes text BRISKET STEW, lb. 29c Armour's CHOPPED HAM 53c
TUESDAY. :MARCH 29 ONE DAY ONLY] with a corsage of red carnations. Pittsburgh, Miss Jean Dlckson of
Mrs. Hough, mother of the groom. Nashville. book. Miss Mary Rice was astud..nt Fresh Ground Beef lb. 47c Armour's TREET . . 43c
"Cow Boy Millionaire" Geo. O'BrienALSO __n__ attending the same school ,

--which apparently made the pur. Armour's BEEF STEW 59c
ON TilE STAGE Friendship Class Mary Sue Epperson suit of knowledge a matter of

Plans, Picnic Supper Hostess To Friends secondary are acquainted importance.with Mrs.All Scott who Super Right't Quality Lamb Armour's VIENNA SAUSAGE IIASII- 18c

CORNED BEEF 35cArmour's
readily understand why Mr. Scott
Members of the
Friendship ]Miss Mary Sue Epperson

Class of the Presbyterian Church hostess at a bingo was last gave as much attention (more we Whole Shoulder, lb. 39c CORNED BEEF . 45c
I JAMBOREEIN party are willing to bet) to Miss Mary

HILLBILLY I Vlll have their monthly picnic Friday night at the home of her Rice as he did to his studies.Mr. Sq. Cut Shoulder lb. 59c

supper at 7 p. m. Friday, March parents, Mr. and Mrs.' W. J. Ep Scott was employed by the FRESH YELLOWCORN,3lb.

29, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. person, Jr. After several excitIng Keystone View Co.? from 1900 until -

Billy Jackson on West Madison rounds of bingo, the youn'gfolk 1910 and was office managerfor Breast or flank stew lb. 23c 29c

the Spirella Co., from 1914 un - -
PERSONBAMBLIN'TOMMY '- Street. enjoyed a ghost story con- til 1917. Resigning his position

tent with high prize going to with the Splrella Co.. in 1917 h..
Smoked-Skinned 10-16 lb. r.OLDENIIEART SIZE 48
Pamela Lawson and second to accepted a position as purchasingagent ave. !

SCOTTAND MARCIA JUNIOR Nancy DuPre. for the National CarbonCo. Whole or Half HAMS, lb. 59c CELERY/ 2 for -19e

BY LADY FAIR Spring flowers were used In ., of Niagara Falls. He remained -
HIS TALKING DOLL a with the National Carbon Co.,
BEAUTY SHOP decorating, and late In the even- until 1928. Sunnyfield sliced Bacon lb. 69c
; Accepting employment SNOBALL. SIZE 11 EACH
LUKE McLUKE Ing refreshments were served to with the DuPont Co., in

DIRECT rROMNASHVILLE. 1r fti" oef the following guests: Martha 1928, he remained with them until Quick frozen h&g whiting tb 19c CAULIFLOWER 33c

Landrum, Ann Johns, Florence his retirement December 31. 1913.

3. ; I ;: The morning following his retire- flounder fillets lb. 57c
Brown Pauline Gay, Pamela
,. ment the !Mayor and Mm. Scott fresh 2 bu. 13c
TENNESSEE I II. Lawson, Lucille McRae, Anne the East for
f t If(; Keystone "
Manassa. Nancy DuPre. Jimmie Heights, where they have made perch fillet lb. 33c \\.I.at. 'It... n.ttet.a.

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY QUARTET Moncrlef Norma II their home since. A great com-
Canova Theda It:.. RED APPLES 2 lb. for 39c
..MI riDouir TOPIC: WIUJAHJS Braden, and Martha Ann Wink- pliment to the Heights! ocean shrimp JIJ. 69c ,

The Scotta first Introduction to California

MORSE-IIY&MCLARABELLE ler. Keystone came years ago when (. Fresh Dates 14 25c

Senator Miller, who interest oz.
our SAL TIC .eesruaa" ,. was Octagon LAUNDRY SOAP 7c
." ed In the town's development, and Wa.h. State Small
1 DOYLE PRICE art PETE POTTER who was a family friend persuaded Fel -Naptha SOAP. 2 bars for 15c APPLES
tad Httirl. Stets A Stns \ ; Specializing In I Mrs. Scott to manage the Keystone 29c
\ Sweetheart Soap. Bath size 12c
\ WEDDINGSBIRTHDAY Inn which she did successfully Florl.la Roll IUlse
for two consecutive
3 ACTS IN AFTERNOON \\\I\ sea- Sweetheart Soap Regular size 3 for 25c Potatoes 4 lb. 2c

ADMISSION: Chllilrrn. 23c.; ,.Adults, SOr (Tax Included) ,5l1,,, PARTIES sons.Shortly before the last City
Porto .
.. Woodbury Soap Regular size. 3 for 2tc: Rican 3 m, ;
InC. Election a group of Keystone
DOUBLE FEATURE DOIBLEFEATlKKSmuggler's know ptrfmtly eel .Y wHY lift run for Mayor. As a result of his

RAW DEAL Cove fcptml M V.#... KinWrfy't popularity and the high esteemIn
siIIti.sll'" SPECIAL EVENTS of all kinds which he la held, he received t p ;
Dennis O'Krrfr, Clair Trevor With Leo flurry and TheHourly over 93 percent of the total vote
ALSO Boy. and .was sworn In a* Mayor at the ie
ALSO first Council meeting of 1949.
Developing. Finishing
Silent ConflictWith Wild Horse Mesa BEA'T' ,01' We salute Mayor and !Mrs.'
: ... (
8> ;[
William BoydPLUS With Tim Holt HOLLYWOOD CAMERA Frank T, Scott, and sincerely hope
NEWS I'LtS SHORTS &: SERLLcL APPOINT..., .E AND GIFT SHOP that they never have cause to re-
gret their choice of r'Home'

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Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Tomllnson Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Powell of ,r. High." 1 out for football practice on Monday

and son. J. E., spent the weekend Newton N. C., were weekend Aims Thomas ..- "Being crowned March 28.
visiting In Lakeland Ga. They guests of Mr Powell's grandmother I F % 'Miss; Bradford', basketball. I :....-

were' accompanied home by their Mrs. Laura I. Powell.HYACINTHS J sr typing and biology," sl'ORTR."TI
I f Henry. Bennett "My speechwhich I Ruth Toomer
grandson Jackie Cook. 1 and other bloomIng '
I Ii
I made when I
Mrs. Opal Weathersby of Branford i potted plants.. Colimlal" graduated" I Flee been on the football. team
1 from Junior High School.(
was visiting friends here Fri "Horl.it{ phone %18. three years and, surely was a
C IN THE NEWS Audrey Moore and Betty AnnePxwell
day Mrs. Weathersby is a for. Air, and Mrs. William Latimer super-dupcr captain this year.
"Finishing a bookkeeping
l 6 6 mer reAldent of Stocky, having and Mrs. H. A. Ward, of Marietta I Basketball. .and baseball stood oat
net for Miss Rosenberg
1 lived here for several yeara when Ga called on Mrs. C. F. Ward. IU&\U"'OIU> ENDS I I'llllH. In his athletic career during hi>
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazelof Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Redding she operated the Depot Cafe. and John Uglow last Monday HASKETHALL SEASOV j I, Peggy T. landed her first fllll1 two weeks after school was out. Junior and Senior yearn. Also ho
with Mr. and from Green Cove Springs visitedMr. Margaret Lewis and MargaretHall
Jacksonville GLAUS: 50o, $1, $1.50, 9i p..rI"z..n. while enroute to their home froma My Henry Bennett Saturday (with the help of Jim "The Junlor-Senior Banquet has belonged to the Lrtterman'aClub
Mrs. A. E. McKinney on Sunday. and Mrs. L. II. Redding on Florida. I for the past. two years. Betty
Colonial "Flurltt phone trip to South In the first game of the State B.1> Congratulatlonll.Who ] and Prom of 1918."
and Mrs. W.T. Jackson and G R. with Sun Ann Flynn has a reason to bis
Mr. Wtlkerson was <
%18. Mr. and Mrs. Paul "B" Claas Tournament at Daytona iorge Lewla Halnes. "Scrlmmnge
visited Mrs. Jackson's 'sister, Titus Olson spent Wednesdayand B. Sullivan Branford dny night? proud of this tall, dark and handsome
sons Mr. and Mrs. H. and daughter, Paula, of the Bradford Tornadoes In footbnll."
Mrs. Frank Weaver In WlllUton Thursday in Atlanta, Ga., at had as guests over the weekend were guests of her aunt, Mrs. EunIce bowed out to the strong and fir t- And what has happened to Kenneth : Carl Edwards. "I'll remember senior/ hasn't she?

on Sunday. i. the convention of the Warren Re Mrs. C. M. Hudson and her two Box in Jacksonville last Sun seeded Seabreeze Sandciabs. The a.'a football sweater most the day school Is out"
Bell China. Oliver",I frigerator Company.Mr. from Jacksonville. Hoar Mrs. Law Is really getting CI TATTERRyl
Wedding daughters day. 'B. H. S. Cagcrs, having won Joan Carpenter and Juno Caldwell -
and cl'"taJ-her rhonen pattern. and Mrs. L. J. Funder- Mrs, H. E. Tucker spent Tues Mrs. O. W. White and Miss their Conference and District !- to be a professional painter, "The day when we were : Valurla Denmark. GeraldinwShaw

Shower gifts The nrl
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward had Funderburk's parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward and Wednesday of last week. regrets. Never before in B. H. S. lust In case you didn't hear I time." Mrs. Longs' room played .....

as their guests Sunday eveningand Mrs. T. J. Funderburk In Brooks. daughter visited Mr. Ward's parents Mr. and Mrs. John d. Joca and basketball history has a team won Buddy was home this weekend! Martha Home and Vivian ATc Purcell's in basketball last .week.

Monday Mrs. Raeburn C. vllle. Mr. and Mrs. George Wardin two sons Stephen and John Jr., two conferences. Too the Sea See ye at the dance Friday i, Rae "When wo were sponsors The results, 25-6 In favor of

Horne of Madison. Robert Beasley, who has been Dixie, Ga., over the weekend.Mr. have moved here from Gainesville breeze Sandcrabs Starke's only night! at the Homecoming; Oame and Mrs. Long's room.

Mrs. John W. Mulllns and confined to his home since his accident and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and and are occupying the T. T. Long opponents won the State Tournament had to sit on the Lake Butler Everybody was excited over the
five weeks returned to eon Billy, visited Mr. Dampler'sparents vacated by the C. NAVY OFFF.KM JOBS "
daughter Johanne of Philadelphia ago home recently In the finals last Saturday side annuals when they came out.
work at the llmlnlte mine at Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dam Mr. Joea is the Almost
Pa., were guests Monday of S. Partln family. night with Lake Wales. everything; studentswnnt Seems the teachers were Just as

Mrs. Mullin's sister Mrs. A. W. Camp Blanding. pier in High Springs. Sunday. principal of the Brooker Junior The B. H. S. players, who were to know about job and career BUS C1LF.E; TLI'n excited as the students.We .

Anderson Sr. Petunia, Asters, Carnation. and Mrs. Barbara Keen of Jacksonville High School.Calendula. quartered In the Hotel 0110'1'010. opportunities In the Navy cnn Ity Thorne Bradley hear that a certain boy
visited her mother Mrs.Nelma I'aiwles, and br- found In "I'nlted Tho BUS Glee Club under the
other potted pkuttn, Friday & Saturday Lupine during the weekend had a very'' the I Stntos took Barbara Moore to a Banquet .j;
SlHtmnk Feed) & Seed Keen over the weekend. other plants.. Friday & Saturday.Sl nice time and really painted the Navy Oorupatloiiiil Handbook" on direction of Mrs. Canova. has long ) last Saturday night.
Story Air and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng. Jr. "trunk Feed & Seed !'Store I' dlxplny In the BUS Library. Thin been one of the school's popular
APPLIANCESCommerrlnl town red. All report that the food We sen that Melba Oimklns. and.
spent Sunday In Waldo visiting\ Mrs. Edmond Tenly left Tues l-pnge manual rontninxlnterrstIng activities grades 012.
Mr. and Mrs. William Alvarez and bench were especially good. Walter Alvarez have '
Mrs. Dowling's parents, Mr. and day morning to attend the State llhintratlons and) explitlnn. to The Glee Club meets. daily asa been hAng.
Dowealle. and son Billy and Mrs. Alie The weekend ,was the team's reward ing around the Jewelry store.
Infill Mrs. T R. Brewton.N. of the Baptist J miiHic/ class. ProRrnm chorusesmake on
Annual Meeting students what Nnvy men do when
all of Wllllston visitIng bor Next
Retch were being good players. Saturdays We wonder what'J
K. Williams returned Monday She la servIng the material used
W.MU. In Daytona. they first enter the service\ how up Htudy
friends in Starke Sunday. year the boys pjlnn to pixy all ?
S.U.ESSER'ICEKEYSTONE to his home In Marshall Ark., Committee by the clans nnd from thesechoitiHrn up
on the Greeting to quiillfy for the Nnvsl AcademyHt
visited Alvarez'eparents State Tournxmenu
They also Mr. the way through the -
Mr. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez after spending the winter in for the convention which opened and come home with the Annnpolln. the NROTC or music (theory appreciation 1 The Tenth-grad I. expressed theirdeepest

who live near Starke. Starke. He expects to return Tuesday night In the First Baptist) trophy! Nnvnl Aviation Cadet rrngrnm. It and choral aaaembly are sympathy to Sue Bijrjrs

SERVICE. Inc.H..w.I..b.r.l.f. next fall. Church.Mr. also explains the 62 major job studied Monday morning by a floral of
Mr. and Mrs. Smiley Barrow Fee our Hummer cotton dresses and Mrs.' Don Page spent fields nnd thn onrecr giildiinre The officers of the Glee Club faring ,
1U&\lJfo'OlClJ GIICLH1I.'f
spent the weekend at Berlin Ga., In Nelly Don and Ma>flower the weekend with friends at LakeGeorge program of the Navy. are: We hear that Mr. Funderburk'ifirst ;

KKYSTOtF! HKHJIITS, FLA.Phoae with relatives and attended the 5.03. 7.05.: 8.95. Jr. RlzeM 0 to 15 near Crescent City. While : C.OOU SEASON !Manrz Dobb President period class had some cake j

i a 76th birthday anniversary cele- Ladle. and :Mlwtes 12 to.44. LEI.LA'S there Mrs. Page had the thrill of Recently the glrla' basketball. .ion: TRIHIY! THANKS Patsy Benton Vice-president made by Vernlstlne Cox Montle r

I.. V, Wllllnm.oa. neprrneatatlre bration of Mrs. Barrow's mother DRESS SHOPPE. landing: her first big flah-a 10- team ended a very successfulseason LKTTERMAN'S: C'H'll Norma Sweeney SecretaryOwen Hutchlngs and Peggy Ann Wljrglns. :-
Mrs. L,. T. Hendrix with only five games. lout Wonder if it made ,}
John P. Udell and, Mrs. Harry black bass. McRae, Librarian any
: 3i4 ,,
: .1 Among the most exciting was I wish" to thank the Lcttermnn'sClub 1
Mooty were called to Highland/ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gardner or Mrs. L. A. Canova Director body sick ?
the return game with l Ketterlinura : I for making me nn honorary
Park 111., last Saturday because Mich. were Tues Ada Kdward. Accompanist
North Branch thrilling fight to the finish I member and to assure enrh f
of the sudden death of their father of John Uglow I 1 Betty Williams, Aaet Accompanist
'Come By And Ask For A day night guests which Storks won by only 2 one personally/ that the honor Inmuch ,
John L. Ud..ll.Clifford. F. Ward. ,
and Mrs. C.
points Much[ credit xhould b<> appreciatedA ( Sunnybrook :
Currie Issued a Thu Glee Club hits
Demonstration rotton sung onspecial
OF See our Hummer
given to the captain, Ctirlie Mae hard clenn fighting team that
teaching certificate by the State :Nelly Don and.aytl.r! Hall who was always the high nlwnys shows rcnl HportHmnnshlp asHembly progrtiirm such By Wanda Croil. >y

Department of Education during 5.95, 7.l>5, 8.IJ5.' Jr. "Slwn' 0 to IS I score girl. Is always the winner\ even when n H ThiinkMglving, Memorial Dny .. .
February. Ladles. and MlHwn 13 to 41. LEI lode. Christmas, and others A varied ,
The guards of the BUS team
*" No Static Mrs. W. F. Swinyer of Loa Ga LA'S DRESS SHOPPE."' I Joe program was given In the fall, Airs Rob Halslop, Al-s, inn
played good defensive b n l 11thrmiKhmit -- Tiuby g
toe, Calif.] is the guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alton Roberts tliu entire The climaxed by an operetta "The I "Kelly) Mrs Lurllld LfVeiJ' and ;

*" No Fading ulster Mrs. W. H. Nollman at of Starke, a daughter;, JanIce forwards weren't bad, either seimon. VISI'U EDIVATION IN IUISHecniiHe : Dizzy Baton". A Spring Concert. ..I..yce'ard wore In Jarkunrmil, 5.
the Colonial Inn. Jo, born Mar. 0. Is' being/ planned for early May Friday.
No Stations Robert Jackson stixtalned a Mr. and Mrs. William Crews The team this. year lost several of the generosity of Recent acthltles!' nf the Glee Mr*. Inez\ Ielly ot Stark warn

Interfering broken ankle last Sunday and la of Starke, a son, William Howard good players but the pruHpe..tlllook the rent-Teacher AsHnclntlon, Club !Include attendance at the 8th vlsltlnir her .parent! Mr. and Mr.
good tor another successful IUIS has been able
now In St. Luke's Hospital Jacksonville born Mar. 5. to get films District contest of the Florida Boh Halalop lost weekend. :;:

*. Better Tone where he will undergoan Mrs. H. II. Adams. Mrs. M. B. year.The of various kinds. and to offer them Vocal Association in Gainesville Mrs. Eddie Cain and daughter. e.
next sport fnr the gifts for the of civic clubs,
operation. Herlong and her guests, Mrs. Bertha Saturday, March 10. Eddie,' Faye of Oalnenvllli are
around BUS Is softball.FIPORTRAITR.
The young people of St. Mark's Ham and Mrs. Lola Hart of Our sources of films are wide Members of the Glee Club are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr*.

Episcopal Church will have breakfast Florence S. C., went to Jacksonville Hprend. and are. very useful. in as follows: O. to:. Crosby.. ,

following Holy Communion on Friday to take Mrs. Carrie aiding, our studies. Some sources Nora Lee Prevntt, Norma Among those on the nick list

RA DIGS services at 7:30: a. m. this Fridayand Adams home. Bet you can't guess the Identityof are: Pan American Airways Sweeney Helen Adklna Manez are Howard Brown and O.; M.Bennett. .

Chas. C. Shepherd next. Mr and Mrs. }I. L. Brownleehad that tall cute blue-eyed Junior Greyhound Bus Lines Department Dodd Betty Dyal Barbara Bunch We wish them a spnedjr: j

Seat Covers Calendula, Lupine, Panileii and as guests for Saturday night from Mr. Naglu's home room. of Agriculture, General Kxtenslon Cathryn Colson Joyce Carter, recovery.

other plants, Friday. & Saturday.Sl dinner. Dr. and M..... E. L. Crum- This basketball player Is especially Division of the Unlventity of Ada ":F.dtvards Nancy Knight Edward Cpl. Neal l Crosby of Elgin Field

Court & Madison Sts. Starke Fla. trunk Feed & Heed Store. pacer and Dr. and Mrs. A. B. smart in English, never carries Klorldit and various free films.. Massey Ann Moore: Owen 111., spent the weekim-l l with r>/. ;1

Friends of Linda Bryant will be Hayles from Mayo Brothers Clinicin a book home Is very allly at At the present lima we have McRae Phoebe Bradley Patsy relative. I

glad to learn that she has returned Rochester, Minn. times and not long I ago had a an average of four films .shown Benton, Frank Brown Glenda Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pyat sad: ..

to her home on South Street Petunias, Asters, Carnations and cruxh on Esther Shuford. He, a work One day last week Crosby Jeanette Douglas Christine baby of Ft. Myers were vlxltlnx[ r"

after a serious head operation at other potted plant, Friday" & Saturday with the help of Jack Walnwdght, through our hlntory cliissos we Galney, Wandit Grlffls Helen Mr. end! Mrs. C. C. Crosby W",,.

Every Branch of St. Luke's Hospital In Jackson. WMrunk Feed & Seed breaks the monotony of first period snw "Thl Amazing America. ," a Halnes, Vonclel Kelly: Mary Louise Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgu Hornsnde

ville. Store.Mrs.. English. IV Class. Greyhound Him Lines film. We Llbby Jane Moody, Earl Norman and Mr. and Mrs.!! Ovid Thorn .

Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw- J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. ill HO saw "Wheels Over India", a Margaret Norman Jo Anne of Starke were. vlalilnif\ Mr sad tMI'II.

INSURANCEH. kiss of Gainesville were Sunday J. Wilson spent Monday In Gainesville ANN1TAI.tINF.) picture of India and her customs. Patray Jo Anne Sllcox. Vernon Frank Thomas recratly. ?i itt.

_,r, guests of Mrs. W. H. Nollman. at the home of Mrs. Sara TATSIF EXCITEMENT: Civic organizations who want to Rladt, JOIlIT"nly, AnnazceThomaH.
Mrs. P. I. McLaurln and daughter BUZZ, BUZZ BUZZ go the Hurt the films. for a (limited time Betty Williams Sylvlit }:.
Dell.Mrs. students of B. H. S.--TUB AN should call Mr. Partin at his May Barbara Ann
Paula of Ocala were among P. E. Canova 'was the' Richie. Taibl,
AGENCY those from out of town attending guest of Mrs. R. M. Young In NUALS: HAVE ARRIVED! These school office Ruth Tourney, Dorothy Judd
C. WALL beautiful scarlet books
funeral services. for Mrs. Ethel Jacksonville on' Thursday and gray -
afternoon.Mrs. are just full of the beautiful stars SENIORS! SPEAK NI'ltINd FtOTIS.IIJ.1'RA"fICC .
Biggs Monday Friday of last week.
PLEASE of good old, B. H. S. This popular I.. NOTICE:: .
PHONE 146 Alton Dobbs Is recuperating Harley F Strong and Mr. and Hy Mary m DurNhliiier t
in the Glendale Honpltal, Pa- Mrs. W Muhlhofer spent Sunday book has a pretty cover of padded Various members of the seniorcliiHS Coaches Hobbs and Funderburk r
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED leather. "THE TORNADO '49.; had when I
latka. after undergoing an operation afternoon In Jacksonville visiting prompt answers Ltlu
there Is engraved across the front In they were asked the quentlon.
Tuesday morning.Mr. Mrs. Strong who Is In St. Luke's !
and Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb Hospital. gray letters. Not much studying "What do you remember mo t about MOTHERS: IleglMer The # I

and three sons spent the weekend OLAUSi: 50e, Jfl. fl.50.' *2 per was done Tuesday for the flrat your school life?" I New Baby For Valuable

with relatives in Orlando. dozen. Colonial FlorlHt, phone three periods. Students just could George Roberts "I remember ilft At Our Store r
HYACINTHS! and other bloomIng 218. not stop reading for one minute. most my play In the ninth %Ve> offer the poupfo of Starke
A lot of hard work and time was Marlene Reddish IIrIUle'1 1and j
potted plants. Colonial Mr and Mrs. D. A Monteith .. ..
spent In the annual. ; ; -, ,. .f the moat i
r'lnrtat phone %18. from EuHtls of Mr. arranging Senior Banquet and football and vMnlty one <
were guests
of land bavins' FOR RENT Nicely furnlRhed 9.
FOR SALE: A dlvl lon "
We .
on It build In. Ion on and bedroom cottage with bath, New Mrs. C. H. Quick I Is spending a and Mrs. W. H. Graham on Mon believe It was worth It! basketball R a m en. \ .. *J
near new Blandlng hlBhway. Income Duo-Thsrm heater. Inquire 'at Roswell Kelly': "The artlvl- modem andlnrrt | .IP.
,. : few days in Waycross Ga. She day. / I
property of a !-room and Chamber of Commerce TORIJANO TALKS V t
buildingtr ::
tie of thn ninth grade.
room nicely furnished cottage.Kncloied accompanied her little granddaughter riding .Hhop. anywhere.All .
porche and yard. flood Beth Jones who had Are w. .xo'.rtJ: Thn. Rtihln""JWomen' Ruth Searlu "Junior-Senfor V WEARE.rythln. 1

well. and Timber cool and and aharty pulpwood In iummor. to- APARTMENT nicely furnlahed:> FOR apt RENT for rent.i-room Private I I been visiting the Quicks here for Cl.io 'is opening. the "WO I Prom and Chemistry" fhlldFrom Work Guaranteed; r,

partly pay for It. and about 10 entrance, private bath. dec several Heilbronn for us agiin. Find out what Mary Lou Alvarez "Football for the I \
acre Near. fine Starke.paeture All, partly tor fenced 15.80'. trio heatingcooking.Ice box. OaR for. -hot 32D water W. Mrs. L. J. Green and children, nights' it will be open ant come games and Shorthand cia.."." Illrth to 13 Year Old SMITH'S GARAGE :

Term to reeponalble people P. V- Madiaon St. It. EWH Judy and Archie, and Mrs. Juanita By Louise" Norman on out '('dUM'J we sure had tun Johnny Carter "I'll remember

sox 306, Starke. Phillips spent Thursday afternoon i e . last week among the Sports what a hard time I had finishing RONNIEDONNIEH AND MACHINE SHOP t
writ. all lines-:
fire, automobile, liability and in Jackaonvllle. were: Al and. Vivian Mlrs Hjacnberg my senior year because I

REST needs.life. See N. D.me for your Insurance Miss Odessa Thomas a nurse PT.1UTISO:.: Nincy and Vernor. Joan forgot all I knew before I went 228 ":. fall StarUe Tempi Ave. Mark {\

W. Cal: St. Walnwrlght.Phone 1S4. Jr.? lea if at the Alachua County HospitalIn The Heilbronn P-TA met on and Buddy, Kenneth and Juan lj. Into service. But I won't forget t

Gainesville spent the weekend Thursday night of last week with George R. and many other the swell teachers of Bradford ;
WIIrI.E YOU SLEEP! MATTRESSESOF here with her mother Mrs. Mallory the brief business session being/ Abo'it' the worst caJMalty at
ALL, KLYDSRENOYATED Daytona va.. Pearl's fractured
Thomas. presided over by the prexldcnt, SI.KillTY ('%lD:\
MATTRESSES Mrs.( Bertha Hamm and Mrs. Mrs. Lots Moore. During the SO<"- wrist, :1'III..vu i lerlntf, >u<. she
Lola Hall of Florence S. C., have lal period a picture show wan enjoyed did ILTha I Cabinets
M. B. cheer leaders were bnck' on Kitchen
RENOVATEDOne been visiting Dr. and Mrs. and refreshments were servo OF T11F:
Herlongr for several days.. ed by the hoxteases: Mrs. A, D.I the job again at the Stile Toiirnn-

Service j( :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns and Norman and Mrs. T. N. Norman. ament .. even rifer that Leach, Red Not Yalue! 8.1VINIiM' .---.,
Day picnic. Bet they hid fun. -
Mr. Gladys Canova were visitorsto I! t ., -
g : 1
Jacksonville Thursday of last T. J. Moore and daughters, Hear Anme of thj folki had TIiFNIll'Yl: ,; "r""

CALL 51-W Fl'RNiTURERE'PHOLSTERFD week Rosa and Edith. of Lakeland vt"t- quite a Urns In Umiitlllit. then ,

1 : Carats! of Mr. and Airs Edmond ted relatives and friend here!' C. tells us they ha.'e might/ go
STARKEBEDDING AND RRFINISIIED Terdy over the weekend were Mr. last weekend.! fried chicken -- :Jiow &hout" that. iA'

Drop Us A Card and Mrs. C H. Walters of Jacksonville Mr. and Mr. B. J. Eggera and'i' Barbara

Co. HASTINGS: MATTRESS CO. ; Mr and Mrs. W. R. WAIters little son, Johnnie of Jacksonville.! Now all the buys have their 2-Piece Living Room SuitsKegular j

Box 230 Falatk. Ft*. and daughter Clair of Reldi- visited Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman; names on their athletic sweaters -

Also Slip Covers villa, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. L. GMcGlynn Sunday afternoon. 'I Maybe it's just a rumor but $I I9.i111'alue .

FOR SALE: fixed tidier phonoaraphit and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Vanlce Keen otl!! somebody told me that C C wns ; $9 .
& Upholstering pnrtahlon. 1.95 up. Cha.. Beat of Gainesville. Glen St. Mary visited the W. C.I leaving BUS for "Uncle Sam" .1turrtnl Teprslry ('otrrr at'
'. \ ,..- t -j
< Hhepherd. Mailloa Kent Cover" .
t .
Clemens family last Friday. Hope not though. ; '''-- :: .
l'ourtIadl..n. B4. tf Sro ou( Mummer rottonIn drewtrs I HI..ntr 1'11"1", t'oiixtrurlliinTKAIIK .. [
FOR bALE CHEAP: 1 Franklinautomatladraft Nelly Don and Mayfkmer Miss Neta Knight of Jacksonvllle -,' What freshman girl did we '(

)lard. mal-burnlns wood clrculatlncheater. healer; 1 I .oRln' la ":'.1. IUtll.'O ('O 3.0.1. 1.95. 8.95.: Jr. !Size 9 to 15Latlle Is spending this weekend herewith ) hear say George Winkler won the MH'K out Hflf: IN Now t [ .....,....,:!- e j'' i-J'' :: ( ,.J'

Both In B-oort condition.If': *. and MUfwe; 12 to 41. LEI her staters. Mrs. Maria demons "cutest thing?" Look out. Wink! ;f$
Bradford County .
2- 4Jk l...mllrrfPhone 11wall.. d. : npwlrr.Pampa 1 LA'S DRESS!> HIIOPPK. and Gladys Green.B. Sure mlxs/ Sue Biggs on week i' '

13, nr Wrlre to. : Mr. and Mrs. Luther Addition. M. MrRae was vIMtlng at the RCA Radio-Phonograph 1 I l: :
SELL YOUR TIMBER J. \. alRrvrrrafacvlenny : [ ]
NOW Fla. 3-4tflyr Lorraine DuBose, and Margaret home of E. S. Sapp Saturday.Mr. [ ] f

Paid B Highest Cash Prices SIGNS IN THE SKY .
WANT KM 4 LT. r-ABI.V: Oft VAfAVf: Penoyer, Sr., and Dave Penoyer, little/ sons, Bobble and Wayne.vlslt..d Combination $104.50 l ; I ,
LOT ON LAKFJ ANTA FWrl'/: of Scarsdale N. Y., spent Sunday Mrs. Sapp's parents Mr. --- ,: --__ i
WILL BUY IN BULK Box 411, tarke"' .'1... 3t d-iS f "= _
with Mr. and Mrs. C. F:. and. Mrs. EAton Drown, at Samp- ThU.. ID the air and
OR IN UNIT age yours
--- FOR HE\TI i-rm. garage apt Ran Beam. Mrs. Beam returned to sun City Sunday. ran IM an liiti-r.-..tln.. rvrltlnir, EASY Ti: 11315-I t I
move A heat alert .t.lw.01..r. Jacksonville with her guests and M,. and Mrs. Bon tick of Nash
EDWIN W. PECK 1"vt. hath. Mm. J. K Hlmmnnii, ill. m arilln> llfr In the new I'. H.
W. Madlaon rlt. It plans a tour of points of interest villa Tenn., were' visitors here K: iECTU: 1C
Or John W. Turner Air Force-. Capable, amhltloiM .
In Florida with her daughter and last. weekend and attended" iierv-
P. O. Box 463 FOIl KENT! 1 Rleepln r...., pvt.entrance Mrs. Renoyer. Ices at Hope Primative Baptist young men who scrk a rawer 1 ? TABLE LAMPS ONLY $39.50
Gainesville Fla. Alxo f cabin, licit water Charles Fields of Newport Church Saturday and Sunday bright with pnniil fur Ihrmw1v -
A Nhower AlHo I
lit -rm.
apm.nn .
upper floor a/ra. i Z"2! News Vs. Is this week W. C. demons Jr. mail" a <-.. nr.d Inxik. no furthrr. HP
Klnney spending .,.
Send me a postcard and I N. Cherry 8t. 31 p 3-Z5 I with his mother Mrs. J. H. Fields< business trip to Glen St. Mary among thorn* h>'a
will come see you. and slater Miss Hazel Fields. : one dar last week. of rcoptmiilblllly and !Ira. .

TOMATO )'fr.. T. O. Carter of Providence : Mr and Mrs. Felix Sapp wereIn I drnihlp In lh. rvrruMenlnicHeld It t $6.95; VALUES Grocery; Storage; Drawer For

ATTRACTIVE iirnl.he apt.FURNISHED C: os. In. *Pe.lr-on. I PLANTS pent the first of this week with Jacksonville Tuesday on bus of aviatkmirt on the 10U-HIIOCLIl' SKE': THIS!> LIMP Silverware Flour lain Hread

abl.. All convenience. Apply her mother, Mrs. Laura I. Pow iness.Don't. highroad l.i .u<.....11" In thU Ihrll- JI'ST A FEW: IN STOCK I (lox. Etc.
Colonial Inn 101 W. Madison tt I ell. forget services at Heil
I life wlllrnJry \ -
FOR ALE line artl\Ity a you
1.1..rtT OH H-eKAVBU from my plaoej. I Mr. and :\Ir... E. T. Fairish of bronn Church every Sunday /In a 'life that uprlU a wonderful .
Tuea. bl. yellow butthndedJercry Lake Butler visitors in Starke the morning and evening. I'ray..r.ervlce Save!
were Denmark's And
milk cow. Halter on. A heifer' i fuluD- It." ..h..k-full..1 Trade At I
.1.1n.w..d. I Marglobe, RurgrraLmited '
of rams color believed with her.| Tuesday afternoon and while here on Wednesday night. opportunities for training and It
B U Crawford. Itp Supply called at the Telegraph office to Mr. Carter and his mother Mrs. t
luratl OIMM right from
r< I FURV: APT. FOR.-RE.k: ':trhenstt*.. $3.30 PKR: M UIIII.F THEY renew their subscription. The Dar, from Virginia are visiting' the ........nnlnte. Krrr pay rrltrrnwnt IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ,
with/ bath. his here for few days.|
d'"Jl1n rIn-Fk't h'JJJitt t. LAST: Parrlthea/ are among the oldest family a
I anti Nepante Temple. A"!!.'.' ph. I.A. "Pfurn. and moat valued subscribers onour Mr. and Mrs. Volley Reddlnh of I plea Talk tmlay to y'IIIar Air

, cotIft I. KOWATOI list bavins taken the Telegraph Lawtey. visited Mr. and Mrs. L. Force Hwrultrr. lie' wrllqiiallflril Furniture Co.PHONE ;

,I FOR tears JUST!on lake: I modern Falhlns t nrhlns Rt. 1. Box 315' SUrke Fla. continuously for around 45 ... Conner Sunday. to help. you. !Woo Mm Denmark .

Near hi wall, W. S. I ylbler. bus rears.Mr.. Mr. and Mm. Freeman Crosbyof at the font Office- Building

183.ml MI.B....".n Fla.hlway. or 100..tlr.r 4t t-a..J 1.1. FOR salr.l.BALE fre.h...In...y ant.milk 2 wan.row AUoMmoold III and Iof.... E. J. Dowling. Sr. Tampa spent the weekend with Stark. Fla.. each Monday, 0 151 STARKE, FLA.FR.OAV. .

.1. I... .tin. heifer from ame e.._. are In Pompano for a few day on the R. L. Reddish family at Hell- ', .\. .\ to It Noon.
FOR RI'"IT:" : nn apl. .1 I *. 7 / K.
Mrs..a. .to.N. R... Johns.In W..hln.ton 1'1." A.Aim Nvwaome Red Durne, tit sow N. Cherry D/sa lip a business trip. I bronn Sunday. I


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.Hampton. ; ; ; most tory Mr.of successful and the Mrs.school.events Mender In, of the Lake his-'Progressive Business and Civic-Minded People of Gainesville and Vicinity I IThis

By IIlr M. C. Swe iey Swan. Melrose, gave a lecture with -

S S S S S religious slides at the Youth for department has 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 representativer

Christ meeting Saturday night. The Telegraph based on public opinion. These people are all leaders in their various tines of endeavor and the co-operation of those citizens of Gainesville who helped to make this I

REVIVAL CONTINUES Friends of Mr. and Mrs. James department] possible is oHICGrClj' appreciated.] .
Revival being held
The Union
Broome of Orlando .will be inter-
In the Community Hall opened ested to hear of the recent arrival W. H. WINSMAN him by the community In which the many opportunities for service I V. Cain the credit he so well da Thomas S. DorseyIn fairs, he Is to be complimented

Sunday afternoon with over a of their second son Morris he lives. and more than ready to recognizeand serves. for his achievements and for his achievements. And In this

hundred persons present. Rev Franklin. The new baby Is a Performing an outstanding'service Mr. James A. Hosaelton of the accept his share of civic re- to wish for him a continued sun singling out some of the Instance the man we have 1n minot

Joseph H. Anderson Evangelist. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. for the people of Gainesvilleand Galnenvllle Monument Co., la one sponslbilltles. cessful career as one of Gaines- more progressive business and Is also deserving of praise for

brought the message and W. P. Johnson.Mr. the surrounding territory. Mr. of those progressive business men Because of these things, Hug vllle'a most progressive business professional men of Gainesville,, his contributions to the growthand
Durden and Dr. Stoker led the W. U. Wlnsman. the district manager of Gainesville who has shown his men.
and Mrs. K. B. Watterson Edwards has become accepted all we would be censored should we progress of his city. We referto
song service. Ministers occupyIng Mrs. T. E. Simmons, Owen Simmons of the Peninsular Life Ins. success by his attention to civic a progressive business man :who fail to Include Mr. Thomas S. Mr. Ronold Lowry of the

the platform, and assisting and little Linda Simmons arrived Co., a leading Insurance executive, mattera. His willingness to becomea Is an asset to both the business E. Coy StricklandEvery Dorsey of Dorsey's Bakery He l la Is Gainesville Bonded Warehouse a

with prayer and testimony were home Sunday afternoon has achieved an enviable reputation cog In the wheel of community' and civic life of the city and we : man who has never spared him- progressive and civic-minded business

W. A. Scott M.\ C. Hatch. Fred S. after attending the funeral of for his progressive policiesof progress whenever united effortIs trust he will continue for many progressive and success self In his participation in both man who Is regarded with
Dodd and H. B. Wiggins. Mr. administration. His ful business
their aunt. Miss Elizabeth Balok business needed to put over some move- years to serve the people of man In Gainesville the business and civic activitiesof respect and admiration by a great
Durden and daughter. Carolyn, In Mountain, N. C. constant study If Insurance problems ment or project advanced for the Gainesville and the surrounding contributes in some manner to the city.MI' many residents of Gainesville and

rendered a duet with guitar ac Kings In relation to the protection good of the city, hall always been area in hla present capacity. the growth and progress of the the surrounding country.
Dorsey has always been
companiment. Sunday evening, Mrs. W. H. McAlhany, motherof both need and can
And is
the people taken for granted.Mr. city. a man who always
Mr. Lowry can always oe Included
B. 1* Fisher. of Clearwater, open I Mrs. J. W. Home arrived afford, have been Important factors willing to do his part In both civic conscious of his civic responsibilities -I
Hosselton's quiet assumption Thomas J. DavisMost and ever ready and willingto I In that group of men who
ed the devotional I service and Thursday of last week for an extended In his welt-earned success. I and business activities Is Mr. K
of responsibility, not only in are ever ready to devote a part
with the Home fam meet every detail those opportunities
Miss Harvene Watterson sang a visit The Peninsula Life Ins. Co.. Is Coy Strickland of the Florida
connection with his own business cities, If they amount to which come to his of their time and energy to the
solo. ily. She was accompanied by Ed L. Cox
locally by and
Co. whois
Mrs. C. and represented but In regard to other matters much are man made. They do Equipment attention to further civic enter- development of their home town.It .
Mr. and J. McAlhany
crowd and Paul H. Faulkner.Mr. well known
and hall
Monday evening, a large two eons, who left Saturday for an well has very often lent a not just happen. It has been the many prise. He may well be proud of his is because of the efforts of
attended and Rev. Morris Brick- their In Reevesvllle, S. C. Wlnsman is a man of Ideas feeling of confidence to others Interested' realization of its more progressive friends and customers. throughout achievements along these lines. such men that year after year
man. of Lake Butler and Rev. C. home and he Is practical as he Is agres- In this entire district:
the same movements. citizens that their city must grow Thomas Dorsey deserves a Gainesville continues to grow anti
Robinson assisted In the service Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hinson had dye In those Ideas to beneficial The prominent part that the great
putting In complimenting James Hos and prosper and be somethingother deal of credit for the honest and prosper and to become an even
The Musical Millers, who had just as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. R. In furthering the service I Florida Motor and Equipment Co.
use selton upon his high standing In than just another place on successful manner in which he has better place in which to live.It .
arrived from Sanford, gave special J. Turner and family of Homer- he renders to the people. Is playing In the business and
the community we do more than I the map that has brought results conducted his business affairs. He Is men like Ronold Lowry
numbers on piano, accordion and vllle Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Audrey rural life of Gainesville vicin-
His sound business judgementand and
express the admiration and respect -I and made It possible for the city Is a friendly and likable who have a distinct value to their
cow bells. Mr. and Mrs. Ander- Turner and daughter of unwavering honesty are characteristics of his many friends and of Gainesville to be an outstand- ity mirrors the progresslvenessand whose sincere desire personality to beat city and we take pleasure In pay-
son and the miller family have Gainesville.Mrs. which place him In the ability of such men as he.
associates. ing one, and for those within it Ing this brief tribute to him for
.. service has gained for him a
their homes In the Woodrow Hicks spent several -
trailer parked front rank of the business leaders to Furthermore. Mr. Strickland has his accomplishments.
rear of the Hall, and are fast days last week In Brunswick, of his city. Yet. he Is unassumingand prosper. also at times been steadfast In host of friends and acquaintancesIn
Robert S. AndrewsSuccessful And Mr. Thomas J. Davis a and around Gainesville who
making many new friends In this Ga. modest In his personal contact his devotion to the city and the
vicinity. Friends of H. D. May will be with the people; always ready and leading paving grading and surrounding country, and on many would. If given the opportunity, W. FRED MOOREMr.
returned to business and pro- excavating contractor, Is one Join us la wishing him many more
glad to know he has
willing to listen to their Ideas and occasions has lent his support to
WMV MEETING his home here after being ill In deHI fessional men as a general rule of those men to whom much the successful! promotion of merit years of continued success. W. Fred Moore wh->. notso
The Woman's Missionary Union the Palatka hospital. rell. show their appreciation for their credit must be given for playingno long ago, took over the management -
We to tribute to orious civic projects.
met with Mrs. Frank Thomas In Mrs. Katie Minton who Is on are glad pay success by their often repeated small part In the growth end Gainesville CHESTER E. And of the Farmers Produce
citizens of this type, and this district are
her home Thursday afternoon of In Lake Butler, progressive demonstrations of civic pride. development of Galncsvile and Market Inc., in Gainesville, quite
nursing W. II. fortunate to have such
la such
for aa
It as a man
last week. Mrs. Earl Van Alstlne the /weekend at her home men This Is a fortunate fact. Other- the surrounding area. GERALD V. CLEMChester readily demonstrated his execu-
Wlnsman who have caused Gainesville Coy Strickland in a position of
was leader of the devotional the here and on Monday was a visitorto wise a city would be lacking In Mr. Davis would be the last ) tive ability by his quickness to
the and service and this
become as
topic being "God Shows No Par Gainesville. to recognized that progressive element which man to mention the matter, but responsibility B. and Gerald V. Clem appreciate the obligations and responsibilities -

tiality." During the social hour Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Griffin of metropolitan center for this part advocates and develops various when the call goes forth to rally newspaper feels that It merely of the Clem Auto Supply Co., and I of his new positionand

Mrs. Thomas served refreshments. Jacksonville spent last Thursdaywith of the state.Shellie. project of a civic nature that round something worthwhile for reflects public opinion In paying Clem's .Used. Car Exchange. are to conduct his affairs accord
this brief. tribute to of thecity's
W. H. Griffin. are indicative of a progressive the community, he Is among the one two or tnose progressive used car ingly.

PlAY A Sl'CCESS Interested friends will be glad C. Downs community.Mr. first to volunteer. But his friendsare more progressive business dealers of Gainesville who have Although he has only been the

The play given by the Hampton to, know that Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Robert S. Andrews of the outspoken In paying him this consistently forged ahead In their manager of the Farmers Produce
Parent-Teacher Association Gainesville owes much to those Gainesville Frozen Food Bank Is men.GEORGE business. They have also put their
ChaRta and Carlton Chastaln well deserved tribute and they do Market for a comparatively short
last Friday night In the school progressive citizens who are takIng H. FORDIn shoulders to the wheels of civic
who has failed to
made their automobile trip safely a man never I no because of a thorough know time he has already made many
auditorium was well attended.The an active part In the growth lend hand when his progress whenever help was needed friends In his -
to New Orleans, La., where Mr. a it comes ledge of his activities. Successful personal new position
cast gave excellent per Chastain has undergone observation and progress of the city and who turn to help on some worthy project in his own business, Thomas J. compiling this review of progressive In furthering enterprise promoted as well as many new friends)
formance and the program was have helped to make it the business Gainesville business peo- for the general bettermentof
at Ossoner'a Clinic. promoted for the general Davis Is equally successful in the and customers for the market.
enjoyed by all. The hgh! pointof center for this part of the plo, we have endeavored to select the community.The .
I Mrs. Lettle Parker of Jacksonville betterment of the city of Gainesville promotion of civic progress. Mr. Moore la a wide-awake.
the evening was the awarding and Mrs. Jeanette Wynn of iitate. In mentioning some of these andthe adjacent territory.Mr. hone citizens who, by the mannerIn Clems were never men who energetic man whose sincere and

of a "beauty prize" to the most Starke visitors. men, It la only fair to Include Mr. Andrews takes genuine which they have conducted were given to wishful thinking. friendly' personality and desire to
were Sunday Jas. N. Anderson Jr.
handsome married man In the Shellie C. Downs of S. C. Downs themselves and their businesses Their methods are those of direct
Mrs. Jessie Rodgers has returned pleasure In this method of showing be of service la rapidly earning a
audience. to Jacksonville after a weeks I & Son, whose technical knowledge his appreciation for his success, In making this review of progressive have earned for them, positions of action and whether the problem at place for him in this district. He-

The officers and members of visit at the home of her sister, l la backed up by his many years and In so doing recognizes hla Gainesville business men leadership In their various fields hand Is one concerning their own has already taken an interest In
the PTA wish to thank aU whoso of experience In the automotive of activities. Such a man Is Mr. business that of civic nature
civic responsibilities to the home or community activities and In due
Mrs. Anna Saxon. It Is fitting.,that :we should include
generously co-operated with businesS H. Ford, the distributorfor
and maintenance George
It with anda
repair they attack optimism
community. some of those men who, by their course of time will assume his
them in making this one of theCARPENTER'S has brought him to the forefront the famous Kirby all-purpose vigorous enthusiasm. Add to
S S It la such men as Robert S. aggressiveness have definitely established full share of civic responsibilities.
In his particular field. Andrews ,who become acknow- themselves in the business vacuum,cleaner, who is well known his their acknowledged business Fred Moore deserves a word of
; ; ; He also does his share In furthering and has many friends and customers ability and their keen sense of
Lake Geneva ledged leaders In business and and civic life of the city. praise for having so quickly esabllshed -
: community affairs and community activities and we compliment Such a man is James N. Anderson ) throughout this entire dis values and it Is easily understood himself In his new job

By; Blanche Cunningham deserves a great deal of credit him on having attained Jr., the manager In Gainesville trict.Mr. why they are almost Invariably and we are glad to give him this
both for his success In businessand I Ford's main interests have successful In business and other
that position In his city. of the Eli Witt Cigar 'and brief mention.
S S U S S S C S S S civic activities.Mr. not been solely confined to his mattera.We .
Candy Company, who also deserves -
Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter Downs l Is wholly deserving own business and private affairs feel It Is our duty to call
additional word of
Lillian, and Mrs. Blanche of our sincere praise and these but have also Included his con- the attention of our readers tohese
for than
praise being more just
Cunningham attended the weekly few words of commendation are rlbutlona, In one form or another worth-while characteristicsof
James A. ChllJre of the successful. He U a consistentand l desire In this Gainesville
prayer meeting Thursday night but a just recognition for the to those projects of a civic nature Chester and Gerald Clam and to
Gilbert Hotel, has won the universal very enthusiastic booster review to call attention of our
which held In the home of activities he has conducted which come within the scope of them well-deserved tribute

was many pay> a
respect and good will of the of the home community and in his readers to the -well earned position
Mrs. Agnes B. Lawrence In Key- on behalf of the general welfare his activities. for their straight-forward business -
people of Gainesville'and the surrounding way has done mucrf to advertisethe which Mr James Armour has
stone Heights. This Thursday of the community.The George Ford is a man of wide methods and for the unself- .
country for the progressive city. reached in business life of this
night It was held In the home of honset and successful con- experience whose exploits In the sh Interest they have shown In l.
manner in which he ha kept Mr. Anderson has pursued the section During the time he has
Rev. and Mrs. W. Aldrich. duct of his business affairs Is business and civic life of Gainesville public welfare.
the hotel in the forefront of the progressive policy of stepping up I been the manager of the Gainesville -
Calling in Gainesville Saturdaywere but reflection of hla character and vicinity merit more than
a ,business and social life of thisentire his business ahead of the times, Feed, Milling Co., In GaInes-
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer For- We trust Shellie Downs will continue passing attention and the writer
district. Also for the ef. thus setting a pace for which he ENNIS ARNHOLTERIn ville he has made many personal!
sythe and three children and Mrs. to serve Gainesville and vicinity III privileged to pay this brief
ficient! and friendly willingnesshe has earned the reputation of beIng friends aa well as having earnedthe
Arnold Carlson. for tribute to a man who deserves
many years. has displayed In accepting his a go-getter who does not alt mentioning some of those good will of his associates for
Mrs. E. Gnann who has been credit than Is accorded him
PRESCRIPTION share of responsibility in aiding back and wait for business to men and women who are taking a the straightforward manner In
quite ill for some time was tak- Franklyn P. Osborne civic projects. come to him. progressive part In the evolution which he has conducted his business -

PHARMACIST en to the Shadycrest Hospital in Mr. Chlldre Is not the kind of We are glad to pay tribute to here.CLAUDE of the business and civic life of affairs.

p Starke last Friday. One of the more progressive a man who makes himself conspicuous James Anderson Jr., and to point ECHOLSIn Gainesville and vicinity we wouldbe Mr. Armour has worked hardto

) Phone 64STARKEOntheMlnit Business callers In Starke Mon business men of Gainesville anda by the manner In whichhe out to our readers that his sincere censored if we failed to Include deserve the confidence which

Service day were Mrs. Blanche Cunning man who deserves the respectand conducts himself. either In business desire to be of service coupled critical times such as theseIt Mrs. Ennla Arnholter of the the people of the community haveIn

ham and sona Richard and War good will of a great many or other matters. Yet his with his aggressive methods are takes business men of more Chatterbox Tea Room. him and he continues to work

DAY & NIGHT ren. Other Starke callers were residents l of his city Is capable quiet reserve and air of confidence largely responsible for the standIng than average ability and optimum Mrs. Arnholter Is that solid typeof hard to maintain In every way
Mrs. E. Dykes, Mrs. M. Mosely, friendly P. Osborne of I to carry on their operations sue- citizen whose fairness and
Franklyn .
mark him as a man of sound i of the Eli Wilt Cigar and that high standard which lie set
and Miss Lillian Gentry Frank's Service Shop, whose wide judgementwhose opinions and I I Candy Co. !In the Gainesville areaMILTON 'I essfully. In making this statement friendliness and a sincere desireto not only for himself but for the-
knowledge and long experience In the man we have in mindIs serve only the finest of foods.
advice are sought after and listened I operation of the business as well.
the electrical refrigeration business Mr. Claude Echola of the Echols and served In a
to with respect.We STULTZTo properly prepared He has also shown willingness\
has raised him into Bedding Co.. who has a wide circleof that leaves to be
a positionof congratulate James A. Chll manner nothing to assist in every manner at his

Compliments of the prominence In his line. dre for his successful management be a consistent and persistent friends and customers scattered asked for, are accountable for a disposal In the growth and development -

It Is because of this that he I of the Gilbert Hotel; also booster of the home communityvery throughout this entire 'district large measure of her success. of the city of Gainesville -

has earned a reputation for re- for his. constructive advice and often takes courage and optimism many of whom reside In our own As time goes on her personal and Is always ready to lend,

liabilitysecond to none. help on those civic affairs In'' It Is because of this unfailing community.Mr. interests have become more closely his support to civic project Jim

James H. Craggs Construction Co. Mr. Osborne Is also civic minded, which he has found time to interest faith in the future of Echols' contagious optlm- Interwoven with the business Armour deserves our heartiest

and has always been ready to con- himself He la a man whom Gainesville and his unflagging l sm and freely expressed belief In and civic affairs of the city and congratulations on the splendid

tribute his time and energy to many are proud to call friend. efforts to promote Its development the assured future, prosperity of the has become accepted as a record he has already establishedand

any plan which promises to benefit that Mr Milton Stultz la the people of Gainesville and Its woman who can always be called we sincerely hope for his

Gainesville and OcalaStarling's this entire district. And the JOHN'E. GLOVER selected now for this brief tribute.Mr. metropolitan trading area areharacterlstlcs be upon to further community act- continued succe s.
people of Gainesville which are to ivities.
may regard
Stultz has
proved very
with particular satisfaction the Mr. John I.:. Glover hall that he Is appreciated In a progressive business Ennis Arnholder has by the conduct -
proved ably a restaurant operator Buck A. Chappell .
always -
man. Furthermore he has
services which he has of her business and by her
many per.formed his progressiveness by constantly r of unusual ability. for it Is '
for the community In the adding to and increasing the largely due to his ideals of serv- : taken an Interest in Gaines- I attention to civic affairs earned A city grows and prospers by
Interest of and civic bet. villa community affairs and has the and will of
friendship good
progress of the
service his service station has ice coupled with a determinationto reason public-spirited men
terment.We shown a willingness to shoulder i citizens. She Is to be
rendered to the people. The large serve only the very best of her fellow and, women who take an active interest -
GrocerySTARKE urge our readers to look to volume of business handled by quality foods that The Coffee Pot his share of the civic load. 'complimented upon her aCtiVIties., In Its development. Gainesville -

Franklyn P. Osborne aa a progressive his Sinclair station proven that"service" now holds it's' high position In It Is men like Claude Echols and we know we express the desire has Its share of these. civic
business of who because\ of the successful of hAr friends and associates -
man whom we to him Is not just a the public's favor. many minded people and one who Is deserving -
FLORIDA may well be proud. His devotion "word" but something to be rendered He is a man of keen business conduct of their business and private In wishing her continued of recognition Is friendly

SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MARCH 25 & 26 to the city has been constantand to the public to the fullest judgement, :whose ideas have been to contribute affairs and to the their public willingness good. success. likeable Buck A. Chappell of the

his achievements well merited extent of his ability. the inspiration of many who know Lewis Cigar and Candy Co., for-
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY are wholly deserving of a few
We wish ,
for him further
success.LOUIS H. D. DOWLINGThe the Gainesville
In addition to his close attention -I him. His personality and energyIn words of commendation. We takepll'a..tare merly Candy Co.

to his business affaIrs Mr. directing the operations of the In paying him this brief His business ability coupled witha
ECHOLS Glover was. never a man to dodge i business are Important In its out- city of Gainesville assumedIts sense of obligation to the public

PLANTATION OOLiL c his civic responsibilities and his I standing success. tribute. place of Importance In this and a sincere desire to ba of

OLEO Recognized ns one of the more help In those matters has always We are glad to pay this deserved section of the state because of the service have been major factors in,

Per tb. Pkg. progressive business men of been cheerfully given. tribute to Milton StulU and I to Karl R. Owens And efforts of far-seeing business and I maintaining him In a prominent

Gainesville Mr. Louis EchoU of the He fully appreciates the valueof point out to our readers that his Ralph R. BeauchampThe professional men who have developed position In the business life of the

Echols1 Cabinet Shop. performs a good will\ and haa more than Is the guiding Influence responsible the natural resources or. city. He has not only in his business -

real service for the peopleof hIs his. share of that Intangible commodity for the splendid service and quiet reserve and air 'of In some manner extended Ihe activities but also In his

ONIONS 21b.for----9c city and district, and his many becauie. of the manner In delicious foods to be had at The confidence which distinguishes the trade advantage of the locality. attention to civic duty assumedan

contributions to civic bettermentare which he meet both business and Coffee! Tot In Gainesville. professional activities of Dr'. Karl One of the men who has takenan active part In community af

too well known to require civic obligations.- Is a credit R. Owens and Ralph R. Beau- important part In many pro- fairs..

repetition in these columns. His I t o the community and Is thorough EDWARD V. CAINIt champ, veterinarians who are well ;ressive movements is Mr. H. D. Mr. Chappell has always been

YELLOW personal success has been turned ly established In the forefront of known throughout this entire area fowling of the Dowling Turpentine ready and willing to contribute

Flour ROSE 1 1.59 to the advantage of his fellow I,I the business life of the city. Is because of the unfailing optimism mark them an men of sound Co. his time and energy to the pro-

citizens and he Is always ready John Glover haM many friendsIn and faith which he has so judgement and has won for them Mr. Dowling has devoted muchof motion of any project promisingto \

: 25fe.bag to assist any enterprise which and around. the city and It consistently displayed toward the the sincere appreciation of those his time and energy to the benefit the community as a

I I promises to advance the welfareof la a pleasure to bring him beforeour future of Gainesville and vicinity citizens who have had occasionto growth and development of Gainesville whole. He has often sacrificed

the community.Mr. readers In this review of pro- that we are prompted to rail the consult them professionally or and this district, and It Is personal Interests to be of assistance -

L Echola Is deserving of the gressive Gainesville. business men. particular attention of our readers have been associated with themIn fitting at this time that we attempt to the city and his effortsare

OCTAGON SOAP per bar 5c probe and this brief tribute Is to the fine service which Mr. social cir civic activities. to express In a small way deserving of commendationand

but just recognition of the many HUGH EDWARDSRecognized Edward V. Cain of the City Cab Drs. Owens and Beauchamp are our appreciation. for his unselfish support

, services .which he hall performed Co., performs In the succl' llfulconlh..t two of those solid citizens who. contributions to the general welfare We congratulate Buck Chappellon

In the way of civic and business! as an authority on of his business. He Is entitled more often than not have placedthe of the community. his past successes and predict

Si!i 29 activities. His reputation for the bulMing and constructionprob- to a brief tribute In this review welfare of the community He Is a man of wide acquain- that the future will bring. him .

Sugar; ; successful! conduct of, his business lems. Mr. Hugh Edwards. of the of progressive Gainesville before that of their own. Thus It tance whose many friends admire till greater successes

Is no greater than his reputation Edwards Construction Co., has business men. Is only fair-" that they be included and respect In him those virtues

I'ack for the honest practices which turned his knowledge to advantage Mr. Cain Is A progressive and in that group of men who, by which Inspire confidence and pro- HowTo RelieveJBronchitis )

characterize his every transac of the people of Gainesville resourceful personality whose progressive their attention to public and mote good feeling. His upright

SURF Washing\ Powder 2 for 35c tion. and vicinity. policies have earned for civic projects. fcave: aided In the business methods are but an out-

We congratulate Louts Echols More than that Mr Edwards is him a widespread" reputation as growth anti, progress of Gainesville ward reflection of his Inherent

on his splendid record and trust a man who has always been vital- a business man of more than aver and who can be counted up- appreciation for fair practices.We .

J that he shall continue to serve ly Interested In the civic better age ability And his apparent on In the future to continue to congratulate H. D. Dowllng Cfcomulfi'on relieve.promptl,.bccau. I

c the people of his city and the ment and progress of the city and willingness to devote some of that devote a part of their time and on his. splendid record of service il goes right to the seat of. the trouble t,

Neck Bones :j; ? 10 surrounding area. has backed up his Interest by lendIng ability to the promotion of civic energy to those projects contribu- and wish for him continued suc to help loosen and! expel germ laden(I
assistance In one form or another activities further enhances his\ ting to the onward progress of 1'88.. phlegm and aid nature to tooth
heal tender. inflamed broach!
James to the successful their home town.It raw,
A. Hosselton promotion value to the city. I mucous membrane..TeU rout druggist(
of many thing which have benefited The safety efficiency of the Is public spirited citizens suchas RONOLD LOWRYWhen to fell you a bold of Crcooiuluoa

FRESH, RED, RIPE Generally speaking civic pride the community aa a whole. operations of the City Cab Co.,I Karl Owens and Ralph Beau- with. the understanding you .muM like.

Is one of those things that goes Gainesville owes. much to such men reflecting aa it does the execu- champ that we take pleasure In a man gains recognition the way. it quickly. allay the cough;

TOMATOES 2 Ib. for-- 25c hand-In-hand with success because for their part In making the city tive ability of this man, has earnedfor bringing before our readers in In the business' and civic life of back.\

a man must have been successful the business center for this partof the company a well-deserved making this review of progressive his city for the progressive and cREOiYiutsioNforCcujnj.CheitColdi.Broscliiris:

to fully appreciate the the state. popularity among the people they buslnens and professional men of straight forward manner In which

advantages that were afforded He has always been alert to serve. We arc glad to give Edward Gainesville. he has managed: his business af .

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ne represented a Dry party, was time to seek ways and methods services. A supper :will be servedIn the sermons at Dednn Baptist .
Mark's Episcopal Baptist Church"The speaking on a Dry subject and of self-examination. A reviewof the Recreational Hall at 6 0'.I Church last Sunday.Mr. .
himself being a Dry no doubt history makes for humility. cock for the Youth group. and Mrs. Ed Polk and fam.

Itev. B. E. Simmons, BE)., Vicar Mountain of Pride" Is the the message would be Dry too. So many have done so much, and The revival services will continue fly were in Starke Saturday on Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's

March topic of the sermon by the pastorat I But on the contrary It was most suffered In the doing that we through Sunday night. business.Mr. LUNCH SOc
Saturday, 26)
) the First Baptist Starke this Interesting, Instructive and en.. may enjoy comfort and freedom. Brother Sargent will use as hla and Mrs. Truby Hodge and
10:00: p. in.: "One Great Hour," Sunday morning. This Is the last thuslastlc.\ On the whole It wasa This Sunday and every Sundayup sermon subject Sunday morning children Mrs. Henry Hodge, and GUIDON GRILL

radio program, broadcast over, In the series of messages on Moving most profitable meeting and to and Including Easter Sun "The Omnipotent Christ. The Mrs. Minnie Hodge were shoppingIn
stations ot all major networks, Mountains In March. Mrs. more such meetings are needed day blue envelopes for money evening sermon subject will be, Gainesville Saturday.
In the Interest of the work or Mona Canova will be at the organ for teaching Temperance to our I saved from sacrificial needs may. "The Cure For A Troubled Heart. Mrs. B. II. Hardln and Mrs. CEO. KOPKLOUSOS:

the Church World Service, thru with special music by the choir. youths.Dr. be presented. Took of Jacksonville, and E. T. oQoo-------------- --- --

such funds as the Presiding Sunday evening the Happy Rolan R. Stoker Layman, Sunday School at 9:13: a. m. Christian Stewart went fishing at HamptonLake
Bishop's Fund for World! Relief Hour at 7:30 features the plano- was the speaker at the Sunday Last week :we had the best attendance Church Thursday afternoon.

Sunday, March 27: organ-duo of Mrs. Morse and Mrs. mornlnw hour of worship and In years. Let us high The. Friendly ChIlN'h" Mr. and Mra. R. A Colson and OLD TIME REVIVAL
10:00: a. m.: Church School. Mann leading the requested brought a timely message in his spot this week of the contest .1. II. Divan Pastor children of Starke were supper I

Nursery and Kindergarten departments hymns and choruses of the con- own unique way that was with the largest attendance In Sermon subject 11 a. m. Colson guests of Mr. and Mrs. G B.

In the Parish House. gregation. Sermon by the pas- thought-provoking.- the! history of our church and "Receiving Christ". Sunday. HAMPTON
Primary, Junior and Intermediate tor will be "Amazing Grace." In the evening the Sponsor rvas school! Mrs.. Estelle Black and .
At 7:30:
departments In the Church. Sunday School meets at 9:43: I the speaker on the subject "The Mrs. Vincent St. John urge : p. m. a program entitled I COMMUNITY(

11:00: a. m.: Morning Prayer and with departments and clauses for I I Love of God.. The service closed every member to bring at least for Christ""Building will\ Christian be presented homes by Grahamlly .1
sermon by the Rev. S. W. Crea- all ages.: Training Unions gatherat with a beautiful solo on the same one person at least' on the final HALLEvery
sey. Offering\ to be used for the 6:13: for discussion and fellow theme with violin and piano ac day of the contest. The men ft Church.group: It of young people the)sacred of the Influence Mrs John MrKlnney
portrays -
corn paniment.A have been to make -
Presiding Bishop's fund for ship. from Park-of-the- challenged of Christianity over Indifference . . .
world relief. Mid-week service each week fine group their contest/ more spiritual and
7:30 with Palms was In attendance on both and worl 6:30: p. m.: Youth fellowship In Wednesday at : testimony helpful. Our superintendent, snclly needed todayL ,
services. Aline
Sunday visited relatives
cooperation with the youth fel- time and message by the pastor"Whf're Regular services all this week; Miss Evelyn Stump and our Bible School, 10 a. m. I'ruyei' In Rrooker Sunday. 2 Services Sundays:

lowship of the Presbyterian Ch. A Spiritual Treat Awaits" special meetings the following teacher of the Friendship Class.C. Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: Chil Mr. and Mrs John McKlnnev! : '
at the Presbyterian Ch. dren" Hour "'rl<., 3:::10. YoungPeople's 2:31)1'.nl.7:30: ) : P. M.
A cordial invitation Is extendedto week with the McKinley Music ]M.\ Turney, have been greatly \y and children ,,were dinner guests
Tuesday, March 29: Makers of Morristown, Tenn., CYF Friday 7:30: p. m. of Mrs. Will\
Melton In Waldo
all all servicesof
to at with the excellent work
8:00 gratified
: Mid-week
p. m.: Lenten (and their several musical Instruments The public cordially Invited. Sunday. I
this church.
service. done by member and our
) and other speakers every Hot-nee Cain had his appendix
The church Is open daily for CHURCH OF CHRIST to follow. pastor rejoices that the church ('lll'RCIOF con removed In Shadycnmt hospital

and meditation. attendance has also greatly Im Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor last week. He was. brought home MUSICAL! ) MILLERS
prayer Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday
CHURCH Saturday and Is doing nicely.
proved. 8th & St. Clair Sta.
Church Service 11
a.m. Sunday LATTER I>.%Y SAINTS Mr. and Mrs Ernest Ortagus
CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST Evening Service 7:43 p.m. Sun Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. Lenten
Two Sunday School 10 a.m. of Jacksonville were weekend REV. JOS.; ANDERSON EVANGELIST;
The Church of Jesus Christ of Service in the chapel.
CIIURCII dayBible Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. guests; of his mother, Mrs. Kate
rehearsals for "Those Who Passed
Study Is every Wednes- Latter-day Saints will hold Sun Service 7:30 ,
Sunday Evening : p m. Starling!
Services every first and third day at 7:43CATHOLIC day School In the USO buildingon By", the play to be present .
Y. P. E Scsvlce 7:30 . ..
Tuesday p.m. Mrs. Alice Starling and daughter \ ------------- ---- - DoI
Saturday night, Sunday morningand Temple Ave., every Sunday at ed at the Easter Sunrise Serviceon
CHURCH Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.Brooker Catherine, Charles, Clare and
Sunday night, 11 a. m. and 8 10, a. m. Everybody welcome. Easter morning will be heldon
p. m. at Congregational! Methodist Sunday Mass 10 a.m. April 8 and 15 In the churchat attended Fred Moody and Wilton Starling\
the PTA
Church on Brownlee Road. Sunday School 11 a.m. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS 7:30 p. m. program at
Hampton Friday night
Rev. Ernest! Grlffls, Pastor Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. 10th St. and Temple Ave. Those wishing to unite with Those attending the shower last

4_ _,_,_ ___,_,_ ..... ,_,_ __ .... _,_._T Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; MornIng the church on Palm Sunday are Friday night at the Waldo home
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic urged to speak to the pastor By MM. Paul Stewart of Mr. and Mrs. Lnnnle Melton

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ':"John Warren Kaufman, Pastor . were Mr. and Mrs.. Flake Wat. e 0 ..

welcome. s UMS; MEETING son and son, Gene Mrs Dirt, W.
The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof The regular soclnl meeting! \ of C. Burton, Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney S t e'r'

The People"A the VMS! of the Brooker Baptist 1 and son, horses, Mr.
Church was held at the home of and Mrs. Clarence Melton of
THE GREAT WHITE THRONE Miss Ltibedin Ptnholster Wednesday Starke, Mrs. Annie Ward of Waido -
Southern Baptist Church For AH People afternoon March 10 with 13:\ and Mrs. Will Melton and son,
L JUDGEMENT members present. Spring flowers Eugene. I

Sunday School 9:43 Training Unions 8:13 were used In decorating.Mrs. .
7:30: P. M. Sunday !March 27: J. W. Thomas presented a ,
Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:3
program on "Racial Prejudice",
11:00: Wed. Mid-Week Service 7S: At 11:00 A, M.: "Facts About God's, Salvation" following\ which Miss Plnholster New RiverAND I '

served punch and cake.
The next regular business meeting
MORNING: "The Mountain of 'Pride'." BAPTIST Church HAMPTON \ will be bed at the church on Hy Mrs.'' E. A. Happ

First April 6.DEADEN. .

EVENING: "Amazing: Grace." Hob Gray, Pastor WMS A large crowd gathered at the

-- The regular business and program home of Marlon Moody lust Sun- A DELICIOUS WAY TO HEALTH
day evening\ to hear a
"Visit The Church With The Visiting B.T.U. 6:30 P. \L Visitors Welcome / meeting of the Deaden brought Laurie message
by McKinney,
Pastor"p WMS was' held Thursdiiy, afternoon Sip the sweet smooth. creamy-richnesH ofmSTAI"HON'S
-...- of Mr. and Mrs. Charley McKInney. .
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Services will bo held them ( milk and you'll be convincedthat
the church. Mrs Restilo Carlton again next Sunday evening at :3 J here i is a finer a better a more tasty
president, was In charge of the o'clock. Everyone. Invited. way to goal! health. Down to the Inst mouthful -

program and! business" session. Mr. and Mrs Dick Carroll and our milk merits the Name hearty approval
The meeting will bu held
children of Jacksonville visited' from youngsters and oldster! alike. Let us
April 14 at 2 m. at the church. '
(CrnIEYTlliCIDJ1IET&e \ their: parents, Mr. and Mrs Ira deliver it to you daily
Rev. and Mm. Donald MarLin Merrltt Saturday night.
had as their guests lust week J. Miss Cosette. Sapp' of Jacksonville TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL--

W. and Frank Martin of Lake spent thn weekend with her LECT ,FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S .
Wales. parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A Sapp.

Mr. and Mrs. Reside Carlton Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver of DAIRY
and Mr. and Mrs Elmer Stokes, Gainesville. visited Mrs. Nan Mer.

recently visited Rev Earl Willis rltt Sunday and Monday., ,

who Is a patient In St. Luke's Folks, don't forget. next SundayIs PHONE 2312 -
tAe diff re7lCe. : : Hospital Jacksonville.Mrs. Bro. Fred Dodd's regular Green: Cove Springs, Florida

Lloyd Dyal spent Monday, preaching day at Long Bridge. SERVING. RTARKE DAILY
and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Everyone Is. urged to come. .

jar the differenceTh / Arthur Hall In Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs.! Mike Tllghman
and children and Pasco Mott and

young son of Gainesville
i were

visiting Everyone here Is Saturday.Invited to come and G ffit bk :

hear Bro. Ellin of the BBI in {!am
J 1r Lakeland. He ..will be l guest\ yapp

speaker Sunday at Deaden Baptist -
ik f .a Mr. and Mrs. Ressle Carlton 194.9
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and children were shopping In
: t Starke Saturday.

; I Mrs. M. O. Harrell and son and
y 0 Mrs. Guy Harrrll and daughterwere \ fiNe

i In Lake, Butler Wednesday .
afternoon on business"" A
/ l I Mr. and Mrs., O. O. Lewis and H I \

: That tulut and tatufyingtauni IIIO iOHPKL; : TENT .
j vhtn .you dot Am MEETING: ,
door of a I'hanlrt Dai LJ tuhtr typifies thm .
finer and ........ durable P.ltTYnuon
quality, ,, ukirk runt all through flu ear. > SINGING HRKVICK; !
SrybNn* M lase 4-D.or Sedan ihfrtt nothing Jtimty or """"II" about J Get your. .semi "IPIP<|. Ale your .
Wfcw*fcnfl Hnt.pflmo/Mlrc corf. tha earl it protulrt quality i iMu that a "".,... body. |{f>... DiiKkln' has got the
."-through' and through !gift of Divine healing from ()
Dunkln prayed for over 200OMopIc

[ In lOlfl that were lnalml.Illlnil fSSssaa-

M the most eautfatThe U31Jtfo all rye were. opened. crippled'
I walked deaf ear opened, *lrkralM
* healing ..rr\lees! Sunday .

The most Beautiful BUY for Driving: and HftiTtimm 2 p. m. Two blocks i1
from bus station, Kalford. 'high 1Jt't4
Riding Ease-wlih New Center-Point Design
Time, 7:30. Don't minx,
way. : any
Beautiful BUY for Styling. The most 1 Beautiful BUY fur Thrills. \\
most of thrK ....rvl.! < ". A trent I IN 'In
Not only i is Chevrolet's I'nintee: Body Just as you can ie, the difference and hear the difference torn of quality and Thrl/U Nowhere e..... will you 6ml slur, for yi,,". -.\ by Fuher more.oliJ, more mturdy sod when you close the door of a Chevrolet Body by Fuller so you will such a perfect balance of power, .

more defying to ride in,but it U also trperimct the difference when you drive or ride in this car that America acceleration, economy and dependability .
as you'll Cod in Chevrolet'sValveinIIead
more beautifully designed, upholstered all
calls the matt beautiful buy of
and appointed than otber. Engine! That' why' PHONE 218 ;l
bodies in the Chevrolet field. It .has And what a decisive difference you will find in it* driving and riding more and more nakeri are adopting IItJ _

smarter colon, tool qualities! New Center-Point Design-including Center-Point Steering Valve4d-IIead! daign. COLONIALFLORIST .**'tI" r: .

Center-Point Seating Lower Center of Gravity without lose of road .5'
Beautiful BUY for Com.fort. The most Beautiful BUY for All-
The most
ride clearance and Center-Point Rear SuspeDRIOD-Lnngs you an entirely new Round Safety. You'll enjoy maii-
lIen. can relax u you X\'i
in a you Super-Six Interior kind of driring and riding ease found elsewhere only in costlier cars. mum Mfety with: ((1)) New Cer -& Q iN .

featuring "Five-Foot SeaU." etra- Here indeed. U "A* mod beautiful buy of all-tot total car value- Hydrtulio Brake; (t) Extra-Strong 1(0(

generous bad l leg ad elbowroom, because it brings you all these qualities of costlier can at the latent rube;* UoUteel I Body; ((3)) New Panoramic \\e

and the fjitem advanced of a heating tar Oat and 1tN ventilating IItu. frieet and with outstanding all-round economy! ClaM. ia Vuibility wia shield. :; ((4)and) Safety all windon Plat;' @ ) i ;l.I

1 (later and defroster .optional. ataxtncoat. and (O) the super-aafa Cnkiicd: Kne. .
Action BUa .
.) New"DuM-Ufe"alvell........ "" '-UM up to TWICI s.Iee*| FLOWERSFOR .

u.w... _--.I a .,dts rho.- .by rfwh "' flat .......I woor or am*
I e apwtol f.rma lonj" prow brat. 4ria* Mi.* If m> ar cHcayw6M. ALL OCCASIONS .. BUVGHI!

ttkragldy ....... end p...... by I QiwoM b th. ""n# fcrV 1-J! in ygefllr.tArB' our
........ of snUt vndmr at l Vnt. of sized _Is be... ,... .. ........... DISH GARDENS :8IGGEST .
AMERICA'S I CHOICE 0kM..I .orwMksa. Lcow ..... N kaWag. .......oce_... FIRST I FOR QUA LI T Y I POTTERY : ::tea.:::



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: .man Howard, Tom. of Slade Dukes;of Finance Starke;Chair Leadership Advancement Improvement will Committee.Bonn be noticedIn A big: NEW NAME ADDRESSESOF and nrarlrnrrt lirndford County County Hospital Hospital' 1h I' l Cori trlct- Deuce Loulna IB Krlka unknown Cooper, whose re.l- N... 720S.Onlrr .

ti Yscooi I thin field. I |> >rut. tlon l : provide:: for the Igxtiih-: ; "f PiihllriHU.n and :Neil..
Training Chairman llMhment ,Jlld HuIil ntr. Maintenance You are required. ti> appear on !< \pp..n.
h 1 :. McClano, of Starke; and Commissioner A torch lighting ceremonywas and Operation at .n 1'u hike Hospital April. JB. IIHII. in the above named. J'I' 'r .,,'r"l OP K I. <> .II I It .\ tni .
\ WANTED at Stark In* loutt and cause wherein" plaintiff. Albert Johnson, whose
71t./iviJfts! I B. E. Slmmona, of held under the trans. This following new, renewal and the benefit: :of: Hrndfnrd the Cltliena t'ountv and nes-for I seekn. divorce. Hradford County7'elearsph 4" No. 6 \\>nt 192ml 1 Street reduce Apartment .
Starke. ceremony launched the 40th artnivemary I change of addresses" received by lents of llradford futility, and 'III shall publish. thin. Older. Nil. 9, New York City, N. Y.;

Vbe monthly of the C. H. Nasworthy outlined the crusade In the New River the Telegraph will be of Interestto Pittlents hxtenslon:. from of. Adjiilnliiw HospltallKutlon(. .. th"l: Witness next four my hand weekly and Issues.official, Heal April You 2A are, 1949 required In the to above appear named. oil.
meeting I District. All the men present, friends: to Provide. for the Appointment, al WtHfke, Florida, this March Court and< cause. wherein pliiliitlffneektf
Mew River District North FlorIda '. Kchedule of the coming Regional O. B. Trustees. for 8ald Hospital Corporation U, 10.19 dlvorre. Hrndfortl. County,
while the torch which Stanley from Lawtey to
R I holding and 1 to Fix their l> (OFFICIAL SEAL Telegraph Bhilll publish thll Order'
held In Jacksonville ) A. J. Thoma.,
Council, Boy Scouts of America \: meeting to be was lighted. by the Executive of Lutz Fla. i and Untie l .; to Provide for lJw"r.1 I As Clerk i>t said. Court III next four weekly .l8BueVltnnmi ..
on April 2. Chief Scout Executive the North Florida Council Horace E. E. Burney 130 W. 17th St. /propriation. of. Money and. the lly Haven Crosby I). C. \ my hand. and official peal
la was held at the lake ..home Inic of /Ueventin Bradford .
County,i i Thorn,,, j. uivers, at stark, THorlda, thin !March
Schuck and other Williamson their if Jacksonville, Fla. for the Krevtlon: and Maintenance'of 'I Green Pove
s of C. H. Nas worthy, District Arthur A. promised on yYI I < Bprlnim 1 Florida. 23, 1919.
h c airman. A delicious buffet aupJ -'I dignitaries will be at this meetIng honor to do their best to personally Charles Beadccker 8702 Wolf to BUrh Surh Hospital Hospital.of l by Portions the Allocution of I the Attys.; for Plf. 3.25 4t 4-13 Ail(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. ThomaK. ,

.: per was prepared by Mrs. All srouters and cubbers are cooperate in achieving the Road, Willow Springs, HI. +I I llace Track by Funds Ilradfnrct. Which May, IVJtecelved In Irrnlt. Conrt. llrsilfi.rd. County Hy Haven Crosby, 11. }!.
will be sold by goal set by their Unit, District or County and Flurlilni ('.......('".r. John J, HemlcrHon KHq St. Augustine -
Tickets of
C. H. Nasworthy and Mrs. H. Invited. Sgt. Wm. C. Phillip 22nd Air the Levy of Ad< Valorem Taxes.
tot Council arid to' render such service l Iy said County fnr the Meneflt of Anna Florlne Johnson Plaintiff ., Florida .
: H. Pyton. Mr. Nasworthy. u Police Smokey Hill Air Bane, I Said Hospital and to !Maid the vs, Albeit Johnson Defendant. Case AtiyB.!.! for J>lf. 8-85 It -IT
a Reports were made by Campingand R. W. Metzger of Starke accepted on an Individual basis as will ) Salina, Kan. Limits of the Hospital District Co- t 1- .
In to .Kxtenslve With the Limits llrad- III
contribute a practical way of
iI of the
Activities Chairman. Amos the Chairmanship *' W B. Yon 1229 18th Ave., ford County.Charley' ,
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the achievement of the Crusadeto fy -* ** ,
10. Jnhns, Stets Senator

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County Health Dept, Woodvllle Florida In ( hnnrery .
A of scout from Troop
group Miss. WIlllH !Merle l-iimli. I'lnlntlff. vs.
140, Lake Butler, under the leadership Travis I P, Lamb efendant. Case SALE HELD TUESDAY OF EACH WEEK
F. H. Rogers 805 S. PalmettoSt.
No 7204.
# of Scoutmaster Earl eI. ., Gainesville, Fla. Order of I'lihllrntliai nnd. :\ot..lce With Highest Cash Prices Being ObtainedTurn
Jji Tarre, told how to put In practice To Appear
C. C. Strandberg,
;v \: I "Camp Sanitation" This was a Keystone .H T A 'I' .H O K .K I. O It I II.A t..1 i
&; '' Heights., Fla.J. Travis f Lamb, t,,hose right at Hall Park on Waldo Gainesville Road onto
fine demonstration and Scout- Is.: rlo Missouri' r".ld..oe.1.
:L ? .. i A. Burnett Macclenny, }'la. Hotel
.... master Tarre Is to be congratula City\ Missouri: :North Alabama Road, and drive S miles. -
: t ted. A. L. Sullivan from Miami to You are required| tf appear on
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A:: : I I Rt. 1, Starke April 25. 194! In the above named. I to Stork Yard.
Men taking part In the business I. M. (Court and cause. wherein. plaintiff)
Anderson from
Lake Butler seeks divorce. Ttradford" County
; and planning were: C. H. Naawor-| to Rt. 2, Box 13.1 Deland, Fla. Telegraph shall. puhllsh .this. Order FARMERS PRODUCE MARKET, Inc.Gainesville .
In next four weekly Issues
thy Herb Deal, G. S. Newcomb, I"or Home time the Telegraph Roy Duggins, Salem, Ind. Witness my hand and official leaf Fla. /

I R. W. Metzger J. F. Jauilon, Tom| hut lain' considering. / changing/ Joe Peters, 438 N. 9th .St., ..t' Htarke, Floildn, this March. ,

: ROOF REPROACHING YOU ? I t h,' name of our popular.. "('Iay Gainesville, Fla.SEEX H. 104I.! !> L. W. Cobb Auctioneer W. Fred Moore, Mgr.
Sliule T. 1(. McClane, 11. K.: Simmons I ((.FPICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
J Hill' column til Homrthlng. morerrprcwrtnllxe Clerk of said. Court'
Earl Tarre, Amos Howard., of the \\!IiJ<- varietyof AT fly Haven Crosby, Il. CJoseph !

:iIt, You live under it why not like Amos Hardee, Horace Williamson, .Nut I...'tN treated by the' author! i ELElENTUtSCIOOL: \ ., K. Skipper Jack, a,,,,vlIle*22t. OrnhltmIlnllillnir. Florida.' .

Scout Executive and T. A. Row- Mre. I.urn Burgess :Mohr of I'onia I The rest pads that Mrs. PelI Ally.., rr;; rffnn-n"---: 4t 4-15: '
it? Our quality roofing is. constructed: ( -
1 I and Ill Field Scout Kxerutlve Nebraska. I lum's room has been making are In 4'lreult (.,...rl. llratlftirtl. ('nuntr,

for snuff ueathertight comfort designed Coming! program for the District Of course, Mrs. Mohr started I very pretty to see They are made John.Kltirltlm. U.I Tracy In t hiiiu'err. "Plaintiff, ve. Helen Our Farm I

Is as follow: District Camp writing foe the Telegraph several of paper with formal and Informel M Tlacy Defendant.. Cane No. 7IHO.
I to top house with trim Ocean Pond for Order of Publication. .. and. ''VnllceTo .
your oree at Boy years ago! ns our correspondent pictures on them. They have alsoa I Appenr

Scouts, March 25 and 23. Train- at Clay Hill and we have kept project of seed started They STATE, OK PIOalll.* tot ,. TRACTOR
t I good looks. For expert advice on Helen M. Tracy. whose reHldenc
o-ree at Camp Echofkotee for column place the seed several MachineryService
this name above her even different IH It. D. No. 2. Clillllrtithe, Ohio: .
1 roofing needs phone 15W this week! Cub leaders Scout leaders and though she Is now a resident of ways to prove that no matter You are required to appear. on ,
April 25 19.0.!) In the .above namedCourt .
Senior Scout leaders on April 9 Ponca Nebraska,. and airmails I which way they are planted the and cause. wherein plaintiff
,It and 10. New River District MeetIng her copy to the Telegraph each roots will go down and the leavesup Meekrf divorce. llradford County :
In Lake Butler April 21. The I : Telegraph shall puhllxh 'this Order :;;
week from that far distant point. In next four weekly iHHiien.WltneHM ,
i t Regional meeting In Jacksonville True-she still covers the happenings Mrs. Frazier's ro-m has Just my hand and nlTlclal 1 Heal t. ,

I TAR.KE* April 22. Council Camporee at ; of Clay Hill by means of completed a project In weaving. at IS, Ptarke 1 4'l.''') Florida. this March --.;: {

Camp Echockotee for the winner letters from her many old friends They have been working In hand. I (OFKH'IAL. SKAt.. ) A. J., Thomas"

c BUILDERS' SUPPLIES of A and B rating In the DIstrict who keep her posted on the news craft ever since the fall. The I AH lly Clerk Haven I of Crn said by: Court I>. C"Joiieph I it can save you time and money
4I Camporee April 29, 30 and May of the community. But In addition class, as Individuals have made : K. Skipper, 221 rtrahnniIlnllillnir. e

J : ..t:-s.A.L.oivoT: ". 7cPcplto.l 45W-". 1. A council Circus for Cubs. to the Clay Hill Items Mrs. Mohr I I some lovely things such as cookie for. Pif.JackHonvllle. 3-23 Florida.Atlyn. 4t <-HIn .

Scouts and Senior Scouts in the Includes bits of poetry philosophy, : jars out of large gallon jugs, S Just what M service?
.. ___ _._ Court, nrntlforil Cotinlr.Klitrlilni .
io. ---- --- --- <3 3I Jacksonville Gator Bowl May 13. hints to housewives. tested recipes, I,. spice shelves and what-not shelves. Circuit In (..nnnprrr, Here's what we try to do:

-reeveoeae..euenaoSoeoao-.------.-.-, Summer Camp opens at Echockotee home remedies, and other features. They are to start another pro- Martha. McClendon.. Plaintiff, .v*. for .....,..
for 6 weeks June 22 for Mack McClendon Uvfendant. CaneNo. -..,}
on The many letters she receives ject very soon. 7211. Keep every Ford Trac-
; ,
It's t Boy Scouts and their leaders.A weekly from Telegraph )\0'1'1' Ortlrr of Ptihllcntlnn'I'n.AppearCTATI7 and ollce Ford Tractors, tor and every piece of

readers everywhere testify to the Nonce U. hereby and accessories
given to nil whom OK FLOUII tot parts Dearborn Farm'Equip-
1 good method of fertilizing a universal appeal of her column It may concern' hut nil ilht .iK.. and l Mack McClendon, whose reBldenceIH
claimant. of the estate' of Kthvl: M l. unknown: ment working at top efficiency
lawn la to mix the fertilizer with
Kochs which now takes In a much wider I'he..., ch-cfiiBH.! to flux your "Iltl", ..; You, are required 1 to appear on Dearborn Farm
.a soil, a six-Inch flower pot of fertilizer scope than the Clay Hill community duhr. sworn. In, with 'the c'onnly April 2.1. 1111. In the above mimed. and be Johnny.
to a wheelbarrow of soil, Juil.i> of llriiilforil, County. Kloil.ln. Court and cause.. wherein plaintiffneekx Equipment and parts on-the-spot when something .
where It originated. H K. ''"'y'"'"n. on and before ...Ivor.... }nradford County
v distribute the mixture evenly over This Is the reason that we are rlfi. i. month !. p'om,!; 'the first fuhlln Telegraph shall. pul.llwh this. OrderIn service goes wronc.FlU'ming .
.. .
Again the grass, and then using the back or.ln'" Nolle or lha Bame next four weekly iBetieB.WltneBK
considering changing the name he harrecl and< um-ollertnole. my hand 1 and official peal
a of the rake rake it down Into and we would like suggestion under. lawn of the smt ,,f Florida. at Stake, "Florida this !March information Some of our service is
the The lawn should be Thl March( Z.lrd. 194'1 21. 194"" free for
costs only
grass. some <<
FOR from Mrs. Mohr's W. < ;
readers as'to -/'jy.'i1! 1.ltfll1.' Administrator (PFICIAI PRAIA A. J. Thomas
EASTERBASKETS watered immediately after apply- what the new name should be. Of M. nig-gB BMtttle. 4t 4.15 A. Clerk of Bald 1 Court. the parts; some requires a
fertilizer By Haven Crosby, D. C.
Ing course If there Is much protestover \ullr.:. Of Intention Tn Introduce 3-25 4t 4J5 reasonable labor charge.But .

S changing the name at all, we Notlfw fprrlnl IH hereby I.eKlttlntlon given. that n bill In Circuit (Court llrnilforil. ftiuntr, you'll find us fair .

Y f f/I will let It remain as Is-"ClayHill" will. h" Introduced In the 1IM1 Klor- Plorldal In fhancery.Kllzabeth we want to keep on serving
Ida (.PKlrtlature Plaintiff
|Joy tie of Henry Stone
f W.C. T.U. for fny
that Is the name under .
GRASS Ntarke: Maid. Mil Defendant. Cane
to empower and VB. Harold I D Stone 9 you for a long time.
which it has come to be known aulhorlne mild city of Ktarke. to No. 720fl.
1 THERE IS NO MIDDLE! and loved cancel rertHln, outntandlntt inunlcl- Order of I'nhllcatlttn. and "MollreTtt .
TOYS T i GROUND by many. |wl tax. Port It I.."I..... %penrTATK.
But If think the Carl' Johns, City( Clerk rity of OK P1OItI0A tot
"It It primarily the patronage of you headingof Slarke, Florida. &t 4.33 Harold l>. Htone, KM lie. WhoBe r.- DIXIE Inc.
RABBITS the column should be Allowance EQUIPMENT
the NO-rallml moderate drinker something dence and addreBB IB: Flair ;
that would Con, Sec Tni-k Fleet I'a SLeyte ,
1 Indicate Its more .Nutl.-e Of Intention. T. Inlroclncr.
that mabl<'" the liquor traffic totlourl..h. co| F. P. Office, Norfolk, "
EGG DYE ." general Interest drop a post card Nolle"neflnl IN h".bvJlv..n I.eKlxIntlnn that bill Virginia. onI 1436 West Main Street, South
either to the Telegraph or to Mrs.Don will h. Introduced. In the I04- n I.eitiHlnture You are" required< t to appear
WHICH HIDE ARE YOU ONE O. Mohr Ponca, Nebraska by the City of Ftnrke. forcertain April 25. 19H.and In the cause above whereinplaintiff a".1COllrt I Phone 2639 Gainesville Fla.iTS .
. r i And CANDY GALORE (.1. Maurice Trimmer 'In "THE Let us have purposes which will appear ....k< divorce restoration -
'In liv .
your suggestions the title of aid hill rendlnv an
MENACE OF MODERATION. ) of maiden no", ". r..dtorrl
follow: An Act
this matter requiring bradford this
f ALSOCOMPLETE founty and 1 any Mchool dlxtrlct. bounty: Telegraph slush er.\II\ :
) :
.Jo e ( the nchool hoard, or other politicalmihdlvlHlon 1 Orditness mythsnd and. orrlcial. ....all f t
""0 Stage Show Coming to contribute and pay. Htarke, Florida. thin MarchoVVlCtAt.
jj -
LINE portion of
d a the expense of InyInNldfwalkH ;t \ I
To Park Newer, wntermalnt, SPM.l A. iThomBB, ,
.JjJ. OF COSMETICSTO WATER WELLS TuesdayThe .along curbing properly and, < paving owned, or through held. by or AB( Clerk( i-f Crocbv wild, C.urt.1 P .CT. i lIRE!

? .. ; compelling drama of an *aid ,conntv or Im milil.' agencies Inthe Bv: Prank HTVen. I '"drum.. "1.II'k.>. Flnl'Idn.Attys. i,
I t Pity of Stnrke' Florida
for Plf. 3.23 41 415''Irrnl \
TO MAKE YOU LOOK :3-INCH AND UP unscrupulous tycoon ,will be seen Carl Johns oty Clerk City ofSturke ,
;-J In "Ruthless", showing at the Florida. Gt 4-21 In ( ( r.t"iintlro.:; ; ... ('nuntyl lJESTlJJQf71t1BESrClJOKlNG'/
Water Systems Park Theatre Sunday and Mon- Klorlilifl. In Chnncerr.. t '
't"" AND FEEL TOPS \titlc Of Intention, T. IntroduceNpeclnl HiiHHell Llovd Cooper, Plaintiff VB. 'I.
M SEPTIC TANKSCAN day. I.etrlNlntltiti. F.oillKe. Erlka Oooper Defendant
Notice IH hereby given rhnt a hill Case No. 720.1 '
BE FINANCED ON Zachary Scott Is cast
as an
II will be Introduced< In the 1041 Florida Order t.f Piihllriitlttn.. and >otlceTo The Westinghouse:
FOR EASTER .''t. II. A. PLAN ambition-ridden man who relent- .,. Legislature. ait follown: AN: ACT pnenr
lessly his to fortune to provide fur the Creation of a T .\ T..1. OK PLOHIOA. tot M'DSE Look of
"Water' Or No Pay"ACME pursues way ] ai;SCh that represents
using those he can and discarding ficmce-
t those Y the finest in modern
no longer able to

Koch Drug Store DRILLING serve him.boyhood Louis friend HaywardScott's watches. NOTICEOUR cooking!

him use. break and cast off old $329.95iOTNEI

& EQUIPMENTNorth friends until he finds his own MEAT CURING PLANT

happiness threatened when Scott WILL CLOSE MARCH 31ST
Alabama Avenue tries to take Diana Lynn away e MODE.;;

1 Route 3, Box 57-A. from Retribution him. comes In the dramatic Lockers available at all times for $1 per Ie$210.93
Gainesville. Florida.
climax which is said to be month each.
js 1A R Phone 2586You'll one of the most tense ever filmed IJ

t. c ,A t 0wR trp 'f ,I in Next Hollywood. Your Business Has Been Appreciated. Y -.; Tuesday the Park will '
G -
Say. feature a stage show "Holly- __ OL .-

wood Hillbilly Jamboree with -

1 "The besl-writlnjr! Ra.mbllin' Tommy Scott and his STARKE ICE COMPANY .

fountain I talking doll Luke McLuke In cr,
pen per- y''.-,,' -
1 ever used." son. ---
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1.75 Y'

.9:74: N ,I.rf. .dlr. a HOME-RENDERED: LARDA GUARANTEED _.: cit =- "-"'-='-

, ;Np,I M NINE A ONLY 35c; quality way of to home-rendered improve the keeping lard is WATCH REPAIRINGW I ,

AaD r A Wide Variety Of Points now available for farmers who -' "OU CAli II SU

To Suit Every Taste store It for home use. It Is simply / "J \\r. RE rT,

" necessary to add two to three ,_ house

r r'S S pounds shortening of hydrogenated to each 80 pounds vegetable of W /;;'; '

lard at the time of rendering.The A

rS"ONID, preferred method, according
'k lOWER 9 / to: Dr, L. B. Howard, Chief of the L S ORNESOFASnSOSUKElSUPMSIZt
11ate USDA Bureau of Agricultural and

Industrial: Chemistry, Is to add

endured the: vegetable lard in shortening the kettle to just the #1/il/ PJ..aIJE{ I Ic. I

t f settling and separating the
; MIRAOI OVEN ,. cracklings In
.t the lard
STREAM Another
press. -
$235 ,.. procedure It to add the WATCH CARE SAVES WEARYour .... .Iw4. to. M* nit r...W..., I..n wwtbl. spits klvnw ......

shortening to the melted lard In tlm"plPt'erv.>* the brut.Wo New spaciousness! New 4 f ull-flize Corox Uaita!New

.1\ .Pisa 2c.1., .le.alrd. Lai : ... the storage container. In this case, are hero to render the peopleof speed! New perfect heat room for Urea utensils!
... '1:1.\: however careful stirring until the circulation!
SUu-kr and vicinity fut and
; vegetable shortening is entirely
i In the new TOPfliglit electric aIMing machine built-in melted ta necesary to assure thor dependable precision repairs

,'; steel cushions cut office clatter: to a murmur.You'll turnout ough mixing with the lard.

more work with new ease on this quieter, falter Hydrogenated vegetable shorten- NEWI SEE
Ing Is sold
r under various trade A NICE LINE OF WATCH BANDS
model with iu streamlined 10-key keyboard. And h's ..; names but the Important thing simmnio cooxme CONTROIS

mtt .UctrUs-add*, subtract, multiplies directly as fast for consumers to remember Is to FROM $1 TO $10
p your fingers will move. Come in-see it today. .NIMIEICB NUTS question make sure Is hydrogenated that the product In ALSO A FEW GOOD WATCHES nu't Cooking Tel-A-Glance SlMPU'11D HANOI IV
Switches, and Single Dial
C..61.n.d power mat<. noise, red lie.. .1bratlo. hortening. Oven Control!

L.Dar mtor bars mesa new .... of operation. The recommendation made conernlng TV&stingjiiouseIS
'. I ccotei4ooha1NlwIota use of hydrogenated Come In and let's get acquainted.We .
.. Ttm." lo.keT control provide new .peed of fijnr ..try.
shortening for longer will work.
keep. appreciate your repair
.. Lou sad totals .. 110000000. rOVNMW PIN lag qualities In lard is contained In Percent Down Balance
On Easy Term
Lusty odds.btrada. multiplies .Zedrkony. Circular,AIC-157, along with\ specific -
FOR SALEBradford Ar suggestions and general
irs iHt poarAJtt ro* OFFICE' AND HHOHAI usu on the
.. storage of lard. Inqulriea rendering for this and SANDERS WATCH REPAIR C. H. DRIGGERS Furniture Co.

CountyTELEGRAPH circular and additional Information -

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH should be sent to Dr. P. A. Located In Hollywood Camera Gift Shop Telephone 43 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.

',".11a, director: Eastern Call Street At RaJImMxl Stoke Fla. .
lv-.arch Regional HIM IM TW MA1ONI...eoreoy st.adq. Mmfay.Muwfh. rrM-Y...Ale........
Laboratory Chestnut ...41*
Hill Station Philadelphia 18, Pa..



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