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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Laborers NeededOn Bradford Removed 'Freak Windstorm 'I I IWSfgXii

School Board Taxpayer Group Road 225; ,Destroys Home



Shift Protests PassageOf Contractor ReadyCounty From Rent .

Opposes Commissioner E. L. Heavy Hail I

Crawford reported yesterday that

the contractor for State Road Control AreaThe

Of Racing Funds Hospital ActPursuant 223 (a six-mile stretch from Pine '
Damages
Crops
Level Church, on Road 100 to <

, advertisement State Farm gate on Road 16)) Is office of the Housing Expediter '
" here Mondaythe to an .
At Its meeting:
unloading: equipment to begin con- has announced decontrol
School Board went on record concerning local legislation pro- On 'Griffis
-
struction. of Bradford effective Loop'At
County April
to redistribution viding: for construction of a coun-
opposed any
being -
as Commissioner Crawford states :5. It Is announced! by W. W. 'Arrowamlth I
everal citizen tax- ,
of Race Track Funds for ty hospital dIL'' f
10 laborers needed 4Ii.I
that about are director of the Jack.
met the Board of County J
the construction and maintenance payers Interested 2:45: : Sunday afternoon Albert .
and see
Commissioners Monday and objected anyone may sonville area rent office. iw .
of a county hospital because this him or the contractor on the job. Orlftl Boatdraln
farmer
money, averaging $40.000 annually to the Board entering; Into Bradford County was a part ol

and any agreement to finance such an the Starke defense rental area was taking an after dinner nap
"Is I used to support provide
payment of the teachers undertaking at this time, when, it April 15 DeadlineFor which was under the administration I In his home) southeast of Stark.

salary schedule." was said "all anticipated sourcesof of tho Jacksonville Area rent Ho had closed his eyep on thapeaceful

office, and the chairman of the
revenues are facing: a shrinkage
It was pointed out that "any calm of an early spring:
during the next several years." Bradford County-Starke, Fla. rent
reduction In this source of reve- Sunday afternoon He opened

nue would make It mandatory up- Inasmuch as no formal requestwas Sign-up advisory board Is C. A FutcH. them, a few minutes later: to

made to the Board to under- Removal of rent control In
on the Board to make a corresponding : find his home a tangled mass of

reduction in the teacher take the proposition no action Bradford County was among 28 kindling wood. What had happened

salary schedule." was taken at this meeting.: In Ag. ProgramAlready decontrol actions In eight states. In the meanwhile was one

that affecting 29,240 rental units announced of those freaks of the
The action was taken followingthe It was unanimously agreed ;' ,,- elementsfor
r ; I
of L. O. Powell the Board expend $50 toward by Tho Housing Expediter SPwo which meteorologists\ have Involved

and appearance Foster Shi Smith in protestto premiums to be given In the corn- more than 300 farmers April 5. He plans more thana explanations, but which are
of Bradford County have Indicated hundred decontrol actions :affecting
still much of
be introducedat growing contest currently being: pretty a mysteryto
act to
'
a special
that they. will participate, in the approximately 148,000 the layman.
sponsored by the Bradford Farm
the 1949 session of the Legislature
1949 Agriculture Conservation rental units In portions of the !
which would provide for Bureau.Dr. Napping in the same room with
Program, according to County Agent country under lent control In
the operation of a county-owned A. Y. Covington. director Mr. Grlffls were his three son.*.
T. J K.: McClane, Jr. This I. which the demand for rental ,
hospital. This special legislation of the Bradford Health Department Jerome and Doyce, 7-year-old
only about half of the active
housing to have been
that he had appears twins, and Mathew, 4. Mrs. CJrlffla -
would also provide for a possible reported Secured farmers and almost every farm met.
reasonably
re-allocation of Race Tiack Funda Jack Trawick as county wan In the kitchen busy at

and additional ad valorem tax sanitary inspector. He stated can get a conservation payment by I' Mr. Arrowsmltlt point dout, the housewife's usual Sunday aft
in the Mr.
levies to support such a hospital.. that Mr. Trawick Is well qualifiedfor participating McClane added program however, that under the new -rr i -- ernoon chore :- doing the dinner

Mrs. Marian Howe, executive the position and that the 15 Ilst housing and rent act of 1949 any dishes. She noticed a dark cloud
la the for _
April day
secretary of the Chamber of Commerce I county Is fortunate to secure his or all of the area decontrolled bank forming In the southwest

appeared to request an services. farmers gram and to sign all farmers up In the who 1949 wish pro- by the housing expldeter can be 4*$ but paid, little attention thinkingIt

brought back under controls if merely the forerunner of an-
Illustrated pamphlet describing Application of Hester Zoltowskl to be Included should visit the
the schools and school facilities unreasonable rent increases re other spring Hhower. But this
for treatment In the State Tuberculosis County Agents' office InHhe Court

that are offered in Bradford Coun- Sanitarium was approvedupon House before that date or they suit. S 4 cloud was definitely different.
:
ty. Mr. Howe stated that her agreement of her husband, will not be eligible for a conser- Local advisory Boards for the r- There was a sudden burst of

office had received a number of Sylvester Zoltowskl. to pay $73: vation payment. areas affected by the decontrol rain a sudden drop In temperature -

individuals actions will remain In existence, as a of cold air
requests from desiring on the 1st and 15th days of each Special new features of the mass

this information which she had month during the period of hospitalization 1949 program Include a paymentfor I under the act, so that they may rushed In hail fell In white

been unable to provide satisfactorily. of his wife.A. volunteer beggarweed and crotalarla. 'recommend relmposltion of controls sheets then an ominous roar

The Board agreed to Investigate if necessary. The new law "' as the freak windstorm, swept the
D. Crosby C. Letsch, and L. If managed according to I views of the Albert Grlffls home which wan levvlnd. .. by a freak wind storm Sunday afternoon
the cost of preparing also empowers the housing expe- house, leveling It as If It had been
L. Renfroe, representing Farm the specifications, and a paymentfor are shown above. Top view was taken from the rear of the house, showing suctions! of the shingle built of
diter to controls his match
and printing a pamphlet for pub- relmpose on so many sticks.
licity purposes prior to the next Bureau, requested some asais- fall seeding of fescue grass or own Initiative. roof lying flat on the ground! Little If any lumber can JI"i salvaged from the tangled mass, which Mr. Grlfris and the children.

tance in securing: a fence post annual ryegrasa. In addition the used for the Mr. Griffis stands with few articles sal
regular meeting. might be only kindling wood. In lower photo a were miraculously uninjured _
Members of the Bradford Conn.
treating plant for the county. No payment rates for all of the old
vaged from the Sympathetic neighbors wait behind him. anxious to lend a helping hand, not even scratch
Sanford W. Coin architect for final action was taken In the mat- practices which are listed below ty-Starke Committee<'are C.t; A. wreckage. a but Mrs

the Board, presented the pre- ter. have been substantially Increased: Futch, O L. Beasley, P, L. Bridges but hardly knowing what to do amid such chaos. Orlffls was not so fortunate She

liminary sketches of a long range 1. Application of phosphate materials Or. \V. B. Parks'and Lucian -- received a deep head wound, pos-

master of new building construction Mrs. Wesley Orlffls requestedthe ...-----. slblv a fracture.. _anil___ .I.._. _atlll_no ._.nn_...
plan Board to reconsider its actionIn 'UIIII" Scholarship Exams Bradford SolonsIn fined to
for the Bradford Authorizes Shadycrest Hospital.
High refusing appropriate $50: to 2.. Application of 60%: potashor City

School and the R. J. E. High defray the expense of moving hut. ( It. equivalent) Governor Asked Set For MondayIn TallahasseeFor It was almost as if the freak

School (colored The Board wind were playing return engagement
) approved 3. Application of liming materials -
ment from the Salvation Fateful SessionSenator
Army USO Building
To WidowOf
the preliminary plan. for Appoint CodeA along the "OrlftlotLoop"
recreational area to her farm Zoning
both schools and authorized Mr. north of Starke.. Mrs. Griffis 4. Seeding lespedeza In 1919 Board Member Competitive examinations for Charley E. Johns, and southeast of Starke. Last
Coin ,to submit other copies to November a similar disturbance
stated that If the Board would appropriate 5. Establishing a cover or win- scholarships to State Unlversltle Representative J, P. Roberts left

j the State Board of Education $2:) she would be able ter legumes (such as lupine) In Resolutions from the County will bo held 'In the USO building, week ,decision to authorize the preparation -' swept through an area less than
for further study and review. Up- for Tallahassee early this a mile away from Sundays disaster
_' : to- finance the balance. The request the Fall of 1949. Democratic. Iixecutl.CQJnI..e: Itarke, On- Monday, April II, at of a-rlty-wlu onlng( ordinance '
., on approval by the State Department was refused. 6. Establishing a permanent and the Board of County Commissioners 9) a.m. The following scholarship I where. the; Florida Legislature; convened wrecking two homes anti)
reached at the
was -
Mr. Coin was further authorized pasture using adapted grasses. were forwarded to Governor available: for what Is expected to be regular damaging several others.
are
to proceed with the work- Application of Wilbur Lacy Moll 7. Reestablishing existing per- Fuller Warren this week requesting one of the "hottest" sessions) In meeting of the City Council The American Red Cross,

Ing drawings and detailed specifications ley for retail beer license was manent pasture. the appointment of Mrs. Ono $300 Senatorial, SchollIrshipfor | history here Tuesday afternoon. through Its Southeastern area office -

for four elementary approved.The 8. Mowing or chopping weedsIn I Jessie Roberts Chastain as County freshman or Fophmore boy. Doth Biadford unions have been Action In the matter was do- In Atlanta has swung quicklyinto

School, and two classrooms Home Board passed a resolution One $200 Senatorial Scholarshipfor action on both occasions.
pastures. ) Commissioner from tho Fourth given place on a number of Important 'Id"d following the -
classrooms at Bradford High deploring the death of Its valued 9. Establishing a cover of small j District to succeed nor late husband freshman or sophomore girl. committees. I upon appearance Around $1:100: has already been

Economics Department, and the member T. C .Chastaln Copies grain deeded In Fall of 1918. T. C. Chastaln. One $201)) House Scholarship for Senator Johns Is chairman of I of a delegation protesting' ,I sent to the Bradford County Chap-

Industrial Arts Worship for the of the resolution were sent to 10. Application of Minor elements I a junior, senior or graduate girl! "unnecessary noh",." and other ter from National headquarters
Mr Chastain' died March 20 In tho, Senate committee on Prisons I
All Hoiifle Scholarship holders
R. J. E. High School.A Mrs Chastain and spread upon "nulsunres" thnt are said' to be to aid. In the rebuilding and rsI -
a New Orleans hospital following must attend state Institution: of & Convicts, nnd a membi-r of Appropriations -' '
bid of $350 made by the Pine the minutes. 11. Planting approved forest I habilitation of homes destroyed
a lengthy Illness. He had been a higher learning Lowln and, Houie, Ijibor &: Industry, causing complaints from person
trees. and damaged last November. A.compl..te .
Grove Church for 1939
Baptist a County Commissioner for nine scholarship offer preparation for Population. Public Utilities, Public stopping In local motor courts
GMC truck chassis and bus body Californians Buy Deadline date-April 15.: I survey of Sunday's damage
Roads & ItlghwAys, Temperance
years. public service. In connection with : It ,was stated, that the ordinance was completed Wednesday by
was accepted by the Board. ,
Half InterestIn Up until press time yesterday State, County. or Municipal gov and Welfare' will zone the town completely, Mlis Alice Cooper. representativeof

, Pines Union ServicesFor Govel'nor'arN>n had not announced ernments. Rep. Roberts Is member of the designating areas for businesses, the Atlanta office, and Mrs.
Whispering the to fill Negro winners of the House and House ,committees Motor Vehicles i
Rains Curtail appointment I factories residences, etc.' It Is bo- W. R. Morse of the Bradford
the Senate awards attend Florida \ & Aviation Personnel &: '
may
Mr and Mrs. T. R. Connell vacancy. : \lle.ved that In this way conflictIng Chapter.
A & M. Bethume-Cciokniaii, or Lobbying, Public Welfare, Social
: Interests of
proprietors of the popular Whis- Holy WeekThere property owners Mrs. Morse announces that all
Florida Normal & Industrial Col- Security & Workmen's Compensation -
: : will be at minimum.
Discusses kept a
pering Pines Motel located 3 1-2 Morgan who suffered damage Sunday
Berry ShipmentsStrawberry \lege. and State Institutions, Serv-
miles south of Starke on U. S. It P. Morgan, superintendentof should report at the Red Cross
will be School
Pre.Easter Union ProgramAt ices & Supplies
301 announced this week the sale county schools, appeared before Office between 1 and 0 p. m. today

receipts for the season of half Interest to Mr. and Mrs services In the First Methodist Lions Club i Funeral SundayFor Both Bradford Solon are rxper. the Council to discuss matters (Friday), Property owners
the $200,000 mark this Church from April 11 to 15 Mon.
passed L. A. (Jack) Hall of San Bruno, ( ted to upend the weekend at their In relation to the proposed should' bring their deeds, as Red
week but torrential rainfall Tuesday day through Friday). I C. E. ManireFuneral
Monday
homes In Stnrke.Guard .
Calif. Pointing out that the cost ot paving of streets around the" Cross can only assist. In rebuilding:
has knocked intoa through Thursday, the service
production
school administration has not
Mrs. Hall arrived In rls Charles 1':. Starke school. and repairing places that ara
cocked hat and it will take Mr. and will be (from 12:05 to 12:30: p.m. services for

several days of fair weather to Starke on March 29 and ImmedIately each day. On Good Friday the other en proportionately function of more than Harmon any Mnnlre of Starke were held Sun. Commander Henry Grlffls, property ownerIn actually owned by the occupant.

put the deal on Ita feet again.In took over partial manage- service will be from 12.00: noon P. government day afternoon at 3 o'clock In the northwest Starke, appeared In Although the Griffin home was

ment of the business. Mr. Hall to( 3 p.m. The cooperating churches Morgan, superintendent First Christian Church with Rev protest of the extension of a sewer the greatest loss In Sunday'sfreak
the 7-day period, March 31 of instruction Bradford
was connected with the San Bru- and ministers public S. Smith, officiating Interment I line along West Pratt St. which wind, other damage Included
First
are:
through April 8. shipments totaled no Fire Dept.' for 18 years, servIng tist, Rev. L. D. Halnes First Bap County, addressed the Lions Clubat was In Hampton Cemetery under Army Dav Sneaker h.. states trespasses on his property the neighboring: home of
1,914 crates-620 below the ; It. In the USO build. off
previous meeting Leo Grlffls which was blown
: 5 years as a captain 'and 4 Christian, Rev. J. B. Dixon St. the direction of Seashole FuneralParlors i The City derided to have
week. Bulk of the week'smovement :
Ing Wednesday night. I Its foundation blocks and otherwise -
years as assistant chief.It Mark's Episcopal Rev. B. E Jacksonville.Mr. a survey made of the property In

1,589 crates, was mar- was disclosed toe-ay that the Simmons; First Methodist Rev. Mr. Morgan stated that It cost Manire died Friday morning. Picturing the local National question In order to determine damaged; part of the roof(

keted during the last three daysof $32 In county funds for each Guard the administrative I I was blown oft the Michigan Ranch
weekend'sbad joint owners are planning: to build J R. Hill; First Presbyterian Rev. pupil April 1, In Jacksonville after a Company as ownership.
last week before the
8 more ultra-modern cabins which John Warren Kaufman. per year. The total cost per pupilis brief Illness. He was a compositorwith ""hub" of the 2nd Br II..' The Council authorized the purchase house on Road 100 owned by

weather sttepped In to upset around $100 but the difference the H. & W. B. Drew Co. of Iii Fred Cole; roof was damaged on
double the number ORDER OF : 2-ton
the cart-or rather the will more than SERVICES 121th Infantry, Capt. Hugh' of another hydraulic
apple Is made State Mrs. Rachel Brown's home; the
by and Fed..ralfunda.
berry crate. During the first three of rooms now available there for Monday April 11, 12:05: to 12:30p : the up Superintendent said. that city. Ingram[ commanding officer of j lift and dump body truck for the Ruth Rosser house was blown off
He native of and
was a Hampton
the motoringpublic.. m. use of the street department Bids
of this week 325 crates
days only In answering the frequently I had \lived there all his life priorto Headquarters Company her.1 Its foundation( ; and aluminum
with reach Presiding Minister-Rev. J. R. will be received. on this Item andIt
were shipped, offerings heard criticism to Starke three spoke before the Rotary Club at roofing was blown from a brooder
Hill that some studentsare moving years was also decided to ask forbids
ing the near vanishing point of Rites SaturdayFor .1. Noble.
Speaker-Rev. B. E. Simmons I graduated from high school ago. He was a member of the its luncheon meeting on April 6 on yearly contracts for house at the home of C.
38 crate. following -
only Tue day's downpour.Wednesday Receipts Pvt. StarlingAt Tuesday April 12 12:05: to 12:30: these days and still "don't know Starke Christian Church. --- Army Day. truck tires, reinforced concrete Suctions of this latter of half root mil were*.

anything", Mr. Morgan said that Survivors are his widow, Mrs blown for a distance a
p.m. pipe and other Items.
for the week totaled $18,034.59. Antioch ChurchFinal Capt. Ingram stated that the
Presiding Minister-Rev. L. D. It Is true that students are allowedto Louise H. Manire; a daughter.Mrs. First apparent damage from the
The average price which held community should be especially
Haines receive diplomas who under the Margaret Brannen of Jacksonville wind was near the J. E. Sullivan
around $9.:56 per crate throughlast rites for Pvt. Lee Starling proud of Its Guard unit since Sheriff Arrests
old of education would son Chas K Manlrn, home the old Hampton road.
Speaker-Rev. system ; a on
.week dropped to $8.75 this of Graham, who was killed in J. B. Dixon itarkn! Is the smallest town In the
not have graduated. He stated Jr. of Starke; one sister, Mrs WantedIn From there It travelled, In a
week because of rain damage to action In France, August 23, 1944., Wednesday, April 13, 12:05: to State to have a company of this Negroes
afternoon at 12:30 pm. that there has been a "change in Mae Manire Brannen of Jacksonville northeasterly direction, blowing
quality.So will be held Saturday size. Fatal Stabbing
PresidingMinister emphasis" from the old "three ; and four brothers C. R. down considerable timber. After
Church Rev. J.
3 o'clock at the Antioch B
far this season Bradford Manire Tom HManire. Ha reviewed the progress, ofj 1 the Boatdralsj
: Dixon : Ft's" to social and personality de Jacksonville pa.wtngthrough
near LaCrosse November' Rai'hel Scott! colored( womanwanted
have marketed 20,76 the local unit from
growers Miami\ Karl Pan where It did the most
I In Ala- Speaker-Rev. John velopment. The aim of modern education Manire section
Pvt. Starling was born Warren fur the fatal stabbing oKlanee
..
for estimated first
crates of berries an 0-16 when the post-war
and Kaufman Is to make a good citizen, ama City, and Cyril G. Manire, damage, the disturbance continuedIn
chua County, Feb. 11, 1911, : Mender. on In a Lawtejr
.total of 20102323. i Thursday April II, J2.05 he sitld.. and an effort_. In. made Starke. meeting was _held with a turnout . .. .. .- a general northeasterly" direction "
was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry : to -- ------ or one officer ant' 12: men inns Joint renruary "D, was 10' :
LaKe wnere a
12:30 to do something worthwhile with to Kingsley
C1ALEND\R OF EVENTS O. Starling of Graham. He was a p.m.Fr..slding to the lime when total cated and arrested In a Jackson.
present of trees were uprooted
lifelong member of the Baptist Minister--Rev. B. E. students whose limitations would Barksdales Buy strength Is... 65 enlisted men and vllle rooming house at 1171 ()roth,.I large number roofs damaged.

Tuesday Tourist Club, at Wo Church, and served overseas three Simmons otherwise make them failures by two officers-- St. Sheriff P. D. Reddish. announced .. and several

man's Club, 7:30: p.m. years prior to his death.. Speaker-Rev. L. D. Halnes the old "three R" standards. Theatre BuildingThe yesterday.The Acres of strawberries and other)
Capt. Ingram pointed, out that Boatdraln area were
Wed. Rotary Club, Methodist Besides his parents he Is survived Friday April 15, Good Friday C. O. Barksdales have pur. the Starke unit Is adminUtratlve negress had. fled. the scene I crops In the the hail and wind. Berry
Three ruined
by
Hour
Rec. Hall, 12:15: p.m. by two sisters Mrs. Hazel 3 Service, 12 noon to Food SpecialistTo chased the Rita Theatre building headquarters for the 2nd Iln. 121 I Immediately after the stabbing), in some fields were whipped .

Wed. Lions Club, USO Bldg. Thomas of Hampton and Catherine pm.Detailed Demonstrate from B J. Alderman of Melro .. Inf. which Includes rifle companies and had evaded officers for almost :-: plants almost clean of leaves leavIng -

7:30: p.m.TIIurs. Starling of Graham: two bro given In Information will be Work was started this weekon In Jacksonville./ Gainesville ,- six weeks She In now In hardly a trace of the bush..
thers. Clarence Starling, Graham, next week's paper. Methods April 14
IOOF, Odd fellow meeting remodelling amd renovatingthe and Ocala, a heavy weapon the county Jail at Starke.

and J. W. Starling, Clearwater.Rev. building, and the Barksdales In Lnonbiirg' / and, a med. I Sheriff Reddish also announcedthe
Hall, 8pm.Sat company
Lodge
Bob Gray of the Hampton Lions Ask PublicTo Miss Grace I. Neely, Food Preservation New Sanitarian
their
expect to move readytowear -
In Lake
Ical platoon City arrest of James Smith, accused -
Amusement Games, Catholic ,
Baptist Church will be the officiating Specialist with the Ag-
:. USO 8:30: p.m. minister .with arrangements Buy Circus ricultural Extension Service, will store Into from the its present location In The speaker wee Introduced by of breaking and enteringI'owell's / With Health Dept.
new quarters
Apr. S WMU Exe. Brd. New in charge of DeWitt C. Tickets In Advance demonstrate better methods of about two months. Maj. officer T. K. for McClane the 2nd Jr.Battalion, executive Stark. Stolen commissary articles recovered cast ol Jack Trawick formerly of the

l River Bap. Ch., 2:30: p.m. at Jones. Interment will be in the food preservation by canning and Health Department.
several of snuff, Lake County
Included
cases
Concluding the Army Day
Stark Baptist Church. Antioch Cemetery. )I. A. Bishop, Jr.. president of freezing next Thursday April 14, pro- assumed his duties as sanitarian
New Leader Named Lt. Al Kay Carlisle, executive sides of bacon, a pistol and a
Pallbearers will be members of the Lions Club according to the Home Demonstration gram Health
by reminds the -
Apr. 9 Circus, sponsored public officer of the local company blackjack Sheriff Reddish said. with the Bradford County
the American Legion Post of that funds received from the Agent Miss Dorothy For Girl Scouts 1.
Field.
Lions Club, at BH9 brief description of An accomplice of Smith's, be- Department on April
Starke. requested to advance sale of Ross This will be an all daY' meet- I gave a
They are tickets for the
Apr. 8 Regular Dance at USO. the new three-year training: pro- lieved to have been In with him Mr.\ Trawick has had ...veilyesrs'
meet at the Starling home in circus Saturday will be used for ing held at the Episcopal Parish A committee of the Girl Scout I
sponsored by B A P W Club. on the "raids", has not yet been experience In sanitation
Graham at 1:45: p.m. Saturday. the purchase of eye glasses for Hall beginning; at 9:45: In the morn- Troop met Tuesday evening andannounced gram.Local two
. 11 Masonic Lodge meet- Day observancewas I caught, the Sheriff said. work in Florida, Including
i Apr. school children with defective eye Ing. Everyone Interested Is Invited that Mrs. Marian Carey Army two

In*;. T3O: p.m. sight. to come and bring lunch. will be the. new leader of the concluded with an open The Sheriff has reported the years in malaria control.

1e'j Drill ChangedDue The will be held house event staged by the company I arrest of Enoch Tyson and Maxie years in the typhus control program -
Apr. 13 Woman's Club, 3:30: Mr. Bishop urges the public to Being a veteran In the line of troop. meetings In general
In the Wednesday Moore, both colored, on a charge: and four yesrs
In St. Mark's Parrlsh House Wednesday armory
to annual Army Inspection purchase circus tickets in advance food preservation Miss Neely Is health work.

p.m.Apr.. 14 Yng. Women's Circle the local National Guard from any member, of the Lions recognized as an outstanding: authority afternoons at 3:10:: o'clock. night. Equipment films were was shown exhibitedand tothnm ,,of selling released whiskey on $300 In Reno.cash Tysonwas bond sanitation He and and Mrs.public Trawick and their
All Girl Scouts and Inter- training
Ch. at 7:30: p.m. Company will chance Us drill Club in order that a percentageof In the United States and girls their
meeting. Presby. : children making
visited the and Moore on $300 surety bond two( are
who j
to > company
week from Wednesdayto the. fundsi for this abroad. She worked with UNRA ted In scouting are urged
Apr. 21 B A P W club meeting night next may go attend. between 8 and 10 p. m. t the Sheriff said. homo in Starke.
at St. Mark' Pariah Hse. Monday night. e worthwhile purpose. during the war.



}'mo.\\'. APRIL 8. J"9, ,

!A...K TWO COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA .- .. .. ..- --.

.-- I. I Little Keith Wynn, son of },fro
I and Mrs. J. C. Wynn, of Starke'has

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Clay HillBy [ CH (jI. HamptonBy r Waduworth also been home.a guest in the


1879 E. U. MATTHEWS. Owmn-EDlTCm Lura Burgess M>hr : Mr*. 51. C. SweeneyBOLEN 'I Mrs. T. J. Perry recently visited
.
her brother, who Is
Mebr.Vhenln quite III,
f'ablbMd Every Friday Entered a. Second Poors). In

G.. Matter at the Font at Starke. Fla e ., ; q E. HALL I Wauchula.
.jW oUd: Jane Guy of Gainesville:
\ I meditate on the rom Funeral services for Bolen E. I spent
Friday through Sunday with her
MEMBER ((3)and) !! : In* Easter and enjoy the earnsof (Bud>)> Hall. 76. were held at the grandmother Mrs. Ann R. Cuy,
the April rain. TORNADO TALKS Jack Hazen, and Donald Bennett. graveside In Santa Fe Cemetery
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May
$&M Annually Sis Moathi Sunday afternoon with Fred S. had
/.b.eTIPU. Wayworn and weary with feel t: Well. Spring has sprung, but Dodd and Preston Durden of as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs.

stone-bruised and soiled.We most of the young men's (andladies' CAN YOU IMAGINE ficiating. Mr. Hall died at 1:30: Wilson F. May and family of

walked the dusty ways of all I ) fancies seem to be turningto Sue Little Instead of Sue Biggs? p..m. Thursday March 31, aftera Wllllston and Mrs. Harry Eddy
who toiled. something other than love. Too Instead of John Klein?
the men John Dirty lengthy illness, at the home of of Waldo. .
Men who tilled the prairie and bad about Nancy and Vernon. Also Martha Trumpet Instead of Martha I
his son. Freeman B. Hall. Mrs. B. E. Hall left Monday
} turned the teeming nod saw Clara T. with a cute little Horne? I
( for extended visit with
He was a farmer in Bradford an her
@ Knew as they turned the furrowwalked brunette that couldn't have been Mrs. Rule Instead of Mrs. Law I Mrs. James Walker
daughter, ,
County until 1936 when ill health at
VIEWPOINT, They and wrought with Jack H. And Montle, where was Pete Resin Instead of Pete Sapp? forced his retirement. He was a Riviera Beach, near West Palnl

-4---= God. Burt Nancy Day Instead of Nancy Beach.
member of the Christian Church.
The weary heavy laden, the humble Looks to me like some Lake Knight? Ii"I,
tOlling folk Butler guys have become pretty Dar. Preacher instead of Dan Survivors are hi. widow Mrs. Bruce Hall son of Mr. and Mrs.
BQI'AUZI.VG ASSESSMENTS ADVOCATED I F, B.'Hall Is confined to .
Know who will lift the burden; Interested In Starke-Couldn't be Priest? Sallie Hall, Hampton; two sons, Shady.I

"A few big tax-dodgers and their political mouthpieces are yelling He feels and shares their yoke. Marian McRae, could It? (Look Barbara Few Instead of Barbara Freeman and Angus Hall. Hampton ,I crest Hospital Starke, this week.

o loudly for new taxes-on 'the other fellow'-that this) propagandawave The stony way he traveled. led out Henry B!) Bunch? ; two daughters, Mrs. James'
Hear bad loads of fun at Walker, Rivers Beach, and Mrs. BEAUTIFY: di PIW1lcq
la clouding the only fair and permanent source of additional to Calvary hlU they Georgia Bear Instead of Georgia .
revenue for schools water control and cities". This Is the point-blank But he walked with John and Geraldine's party. Can't you just Wolfe? E. E. Geiger Jacksonville; one YOUR HOME WITH
Peter, see Charles' Lawson getting fleas Harry Ripe Instead of'Harry brother, W H. Hall, West Hampton THE NEW
Florida Association.
statement made the Taxpayer.
recently by
Knowing man's sorrows still. (for the Scavenger Hunt) off the Green? and ten grandchildren.

"Official facts of record prove where plenty of additional money The long long way to Calvary Shaw's dog? Well anyhow his Joan Farmer Instead of Joan Sympathy of the community Is SUNMASTERALL

can and should come from", the non-political citizens' research organization His earthly footsteps led group won. Carpenter? extended to these bereaved ones. ALUMINUM

declared. But John and Peter afterwards What Starke girl was showingthe
Betty Short Instead of Betty Burial Rites HereAfter AWNINGS
The only fair source Is the three to four billion dollars worth of Remembered what He said. town to a Tallahassee gent Long?
3. Amuser. Saturday? One hint-they were !In a Funeral Service at the FREE ESTIMATES
-
property valuation ,:which because of Inequitable and Illegal assessments a maroon Ford. Mrs. Less Instead of Mrs. Moore Starke Christian Church. Sunday INSTALLATION/;

la NOT paying Its fair-.harand the only way that can be It Is April and Easter la not too The Home EC. girls are really Valarla France Instead of Valarla afternoon, for Charlie Man-

corrected la through non-political State Tax Commission to equalize I,'far off. In the Early Spring one turning out some chic jumpers, i I Denmark? Ire, of Starke, formerly of Hampton McCOKD FURNITURE

anoessments on ALL property. can take on new life If they meditate skirts, and blouses. Some pretty a' brief interment service I & NOVELTY SHOPBox

"That will produce all of the additional revenue needed by schools. on the life and death and good cooks too, fellows. Ask Mr PORTRAITS was held at the grave In Hamp- I 243 Starke. Fla.
resurrection of our Saviour. Yes, ton Cemetery. Mr. Manire and
water control and cities-and at the same time it would actually reduce funderburk! This pretty brown-haired blue-
He knows the of all here on family moved from Hampton, his
way Case haven't heard who'schosen
the present high tax rates levied against property which has you eyed> Senior girl was the high ,
earth. The weary, the humble the native home, about three years
been paying more than Its fair share, the statement continued. to serve at the Jr.-Sr. scorer and captain of the 1949glrla'
toiling can turn their thoughts ago and had many friends here.
Banquet and Prom, here they are: basketball team. She Is a
"Sincere Legislators, who are being pressured to take the blame and prayers and facea toward God
Montle
Sue Biggs. Hutchings member of the Beta Club and an Friends of Mrs. Irma Johns
for new taxes In a deflationary period, can get themselves off that and receive comfort. John and Clara Thomas, Barbara Bunch
excellent shorthand student- She Whltsett. of to -
State Tax Commission to get the Peter remembered what he said, Tampa regret
unfair spot by backing a necessarynew Nancy Knight Valeria Denmark.
was voted the most athletic girl. hear of the death of her husband '
revenue from those who owe It-NOT by again soaking the and now we can read the precious Peggy Caldwell. Dolph Reddish,
Johnnie
average man and honest taxpayer who Is carrying more than his story In the Bible.It Tommy and Jimmy Hamilton, Whltsett. on Wednesdayof :::""
.
I I I F. II. A. HAS PARTY last week. Funeral Services
hare of'the load now. has been raining here. We had I Burt Newcomb, were held In Georgia.Mrs. .
\-alnWrlght'l The F. H A. entertained with
and do not had rain since last fall and itsomehow I.._ : ,; ; ._ a ,
"Any tax which violates as sales excise severance taxes uam dance S aturday evrnin ". The Delia Dyal .who has been
-the truly democratic principles of 'benefits derived', and 'ability to was an omen that the Mosley at Clay Hill has enjoyed dances were called by Mr. V. R. I bedfast for the past four months, .
awful winter ]J and
was really over going to church every nlte
pay* wiU merely further upset our present nubalanced system. We Ferguson and James Wainwright.Cbaperont' with a broken hip, was removedto
do not mind the mud or awful still picking strawberries. Lorene .
must first set the foundation right with the permanent solution whichan were Miss Madge St'Luke's Hospital Jackson ..
dark rainy days, for Don staysat Fields of Clay Hill a 9th grade ,
honest efficient State Tax Commission will provide. Whlgham. Mrs. R. H. Parker. Mr vllle.Vedne.day' of last week, ; ,
home and does not go to the pupil sent In several names as -'
and Mrs J. C. Simmons, Mrs. V and Is now under the care of an
That solution will not hurt any honest citizen In the State and store.. We listen to the radio and suggestions for the column. Smart
R. and Misses Oleeta
Ferguson
wfll actually REDUCE the taxes of the majority of property owners, just eat and be happv. I make It girl. I will let the Editor, Mr. .
and Green. About SO attended
Ruby
white producing ample school funds for our children, for financingthe a dav of celebrating. Whoop. How Matthews, select the one he
the danre. Hot dogs and cokes
wonderful if some day we could tthinks best I will then send the
drainage of private lands and for the cities who have failed to were served by the refreshment
just take life easy like that everyday lucky person a nice present. So
levy their own taxes equitably-yet are asking big salary Increases committee composed of Shirley
., The is everybody.The II
grass getting green send in your names
for their high bracket officials", the Association statement conclud..d.J1If'ftKPRETING Shaw Patsy: Eaves, and Phyllis +,
and at present the sun In shining teachers at Clay Hill went to
,
Strickland. Serving on the enter r
I have had requests for the the Convention at Tampa. I
.
RUSSIAN "SHAKEIT"The arthritis medicine. Mrs. Cox of HELPFUL HINTS. Scotch tape (Continued on page )

Miami received the hard and brittle .
recent shifts of key men within the Soviet government have apron patternI that has become
sent Helen Norcross of Keystone put In a small jar with a few U You Want to
stirred up an apparently endless discussion as to whether this may beth
Heights requested the name drops of water. Put lid on and
to dramatic new In Kremlin policy. The Iron 7)I = -
prelude some tangent Keep Your Home
of the medicine for a dear old the tape will be alright in a few No Coaxing NeededDollies
curtain Is so opaque that no one can answer that with certitude at lady Mrs. Lynn. I hope she I. hours. I stiched around the edgeof

this distance. However the experts, after mulling over all the available able to Jacksonville
get the medicine in button holes before .working. have reliable automobile and alike forGUSTAFSOS'S
and have to the conclusion that the I dimpled darlings go
facts guesses, generally come and Is greatly relieved. Make old sheets Into pillowcases

changes stem from perfectly logical reasons which have a relatively Mrs. Louise Browning sent me hot using the good ends. Trim In rick Fresh MULLETRed insurance. A serious accident superior tasting: milk. The

small Influence on the relations of Russia with the West. pepper seed. Such wonderful pea BASS creamy-smooth flavor makes mealtime scenes

The most Important change was the supplementing of Molotov ple I have for friends. I sent In rack.A GOOD SALAD. One apple Dressed Cat Fish may result in the lots a thing of the past. GUSTAFSON'S milkis

more lessons In my Bible study. peeled cored and diced. One ripe Sea TROUT of home.Charley a nutritious treat for young and old alike.
with Vlshlnsky as Foreign Minister The easy conclusion was that your .
Thanks to Mr. R. A. Nettles banana diced, two small stalks of
Molotov was In disgrace, and would disappear from public life as Large SHRIMP TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL--
Lovely letter from Mrs. William celery diced. Mix with a table.
Utviaof did years ago. But Molotov remains a member of the Politburo OYSTERS E. Johns
Mahler and I have made. her spoon of mayonnaise dressing you LECT FOR DELIVERY.
which Is definitely more Important than any cabinet post. So it Steak FISH
acquainted with a dear lady friend buy which has been thinned with AgencyPhone
can logically be argued that Stalin .declded he could be of more value of mine in Wyoming state whose orange juice or milk. Serve cold Live Fryers & Hens IS STARKE FLA. GUSTAFSON'S DAIRY

If kept at home. It wouldn't surprise the experts If he .was made sister we buried. I know they will .on lettuce. 2 servings. 4 ALL FISH DRESSED I

Premier before long. be good friends. Mrs Bishop I read where a doctor says It
Thomas made the Burnt Sugar has been found that both men and FREE OF CHARGE PHONE 2312 -
The key to the whole business may be found In conditions within ..
Cake for She has Invited of sad Green Cove Springs. Florida
states. Sunday. women have days feeling ...
the Soviet Union fend her satellite Things aren't going as well
my Hubby and I to a picnic at and depression in cycles of 28 MAGNOLIAFISH SERVING STARKE DAILY
.. the Communists want. The difficulties with Tito have providedthe i._ntln.THE TRAVELERS. Hartford
her house when we come to Florida to thirty days. When I feel low
....
of this. Is MARKET .
most publicized example But what happening In Yugoslavia -
/ on vacation. Have her parents In spirits I sing, I can usuallylift I
Is also happening, though in a different way and on a smaller Mr. and Mrs. If. H. Lewis and Mrs. my self above the trials and

scale In Hungary Bulgaria and elsewhere. The Soviet-dominated Tyre and Mrs. Newnan Mott. T petty things about me. I let

governments are experiencing special trouble in bringing the peasantsInto would like to increase the number my spirits soar and sing "I wouldbe NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y .

line. to at least a hundred more, like Jesus" I like to read poetry -

Furthermore, It looks as If the Kremlin Is far from satisfied with with cakes and sweet potatoes like this: EXPERT

Its own people's ideological fervor. U. S. News puts It this way: "The baked In their skins. I would like

old idea that the elite of the Communist Party, which has only 6.000- a huge pot of turnip greens cooked Oh,flowers Spring awaken the grass and d 34
outside 8
OOO( members In of stirred and tended by a
about would
a country 210.0OO.OOO people, have dear colored And drag my heart from the dark
,
faith In Communist Ideology and execute the orders. Now the Politburo woman."hoopee seed bed
yes a thousand people singing and
has ordered a tremendous campaign of missionary work thatIs Where it has lain frozen and
kneeling to say the 23rd Psalm
to sell the Idea of faith In the eventual
designed complete triumphof dead
while I lead them. Then sing and
Communism to the whole of the Russian people. That campaign sing to have some colored folks Let It thrust Into vibrant light SUPER STORES

to not the kind of thing that can be put across overnight." sing together as I have heard Bunt Into golden warmth of day

What effect all this have the Issue of ? them Sweep under the curve of silver
may on great peace or war at Hugh To have corn bread Jl <

It Is clear. If these opinions are correct, that Russia Is planning on and strawberries. Ye., I can dreamcan't clouds epa'SERVICE
And in the luminous mid ,
a lengthy period of peace. At present, the lines In Europe seem to I'? sleep
night ray.
be pretty well established Russia has expanded about as far as she All are well at the Wlnton Par- I

can E. There la small chance of the West making any headway In rlsh In Lawtey. Mrs. Carson Grlf. My May barren never heart bear ripe may fruit.never bloom'l YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

breaking the orbit of countries which surround Russia and whose : fla| at Highland Is fine and all Chas. C. "
But let It live In an
happy. She Is so to write THESE & MANY MORE GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERS
governments she dominates. So, to Stalin and other top men this good And feel the caress of April rain I i ShepherdAt

may appear to be the proper time for correcting grave Internal weak- John and Margaret Cring of MIami Fell the caress of rain. ;
enjoy a picnic with relatives.Mr. Gay's Service Station
and Mrs. Walter Lang of Another week gone. I enjoy my I'
+'' Lutz have gone to housekeepingnear visits so much with you all.

TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE! his work. Harry Mosley and Everyone of my readers Is so SPECIAL MEAT SALE

wife and baby are visiting her dear to me. God bless you all.LOVELURA .
On the West Coast, a popular Chinese merchant passed away. Athta I
folks near Prentls, Fla. Lula Mae
'toners!, a Chinese friend was having food Including roast duck. 6/1Wt--

Tic, etc., placed In the casket. An American friend asked him when -

be thought the departed one would eat the food. The Chinese an- i
.
,srwerrd-"At the same time he smells and appreciates the flowers 7I Jb.ay fr_ DIT CG. ., ATOP QUAUfY

yon are placing on his casket" HOME FREEZER SKINLESS WEINERS

After oar friends pass away It Is too late for flowers. They can't at a price

appreciate them any more than the deceased Chinaman could eat the .. !

food. But, If we strew flowers In their pathway during their lifetime, I It you want to per Sliced BOLOGNAWILSON

they will greatly appreciate It. t{ nn-

William James wrote-'The deepest (principle In human nature Is

Vie craving to be apprecIated." PORK

t Show appreciation to your friends for their friendship. Do this

vbfethey? are living and you will have closer friends and finer friend
SAUSAGEFRESH
ships. You will never be sunk If you build ships-friendships, that Is.

Show appreciation to your customers while they are customers. After

you lose them It Is too late. GROUND

Xenophon wrote:-"The sweetest of all sounds Is praise"Shakespeare
I
said:-"Good things should be praised." I'I'' HAMBURGERSLICED

Praise your friends and associates when a job Is well done, not

flattery but sincere appreciation. It will give you a warm glow you k ,

" will think more of yourself, and the "pat on the back" will be of great

help to your fellow man. .

show for health and our soundness ofbody
We should appreciation our
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by being temperate In all things. To be grateful to the Almighty YOUR EASTER SUIT Now you can enjoy better tasting

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an they give us In kindness and helpfulness in courage and cheer, Amana Model 50't famous "Zero CUT .

Is one of our surest sources of happiness. I Enjoy lasting beauty from your new Easter Wan" gives you five cubic foot

Appreciation and expression of gratitude Is like casting our bread null.; If you let us guard its fresh-from-the- ptrfecl food storage capacity I

upon the //waters. It will return a hundredfold. The more we give, the j i store sparkle with meticulous cleaning and EXTRA PROTECTION WHITE BACONSMALL

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Say. It with flowers" Is an expression which Is'well .known. I an extra season or two, without a thoughtfor You get 5 sealed-In year free mechanism replacement and warranty 5 FRESH

advocate "Say It with flowers NOW to the living." Don't procrastinate its age. As noon as it's soiled phone us insurance on : policy against food

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Aye.
TODAY. Tomorrow may be too late. Phone 121

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COUNTY TEI.KGK.AFn.: STARKE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY.APRIL 8. mo PAGE THKCB. ,
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. . . ,. Ill In the East Coast Hospital, Ice 7:30: p.m. Bible Study Teach villa during the weekend. I
Macon Ga. We are glad to knowhe era' Meeting and Prayer Meeting Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Brewton and

Lake GenevaBy Pine LevelBy Is much Improved.Mrs. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Youth to r their young son of Fernandlnn R B ALVAREZ & SON TRANSFER AND
W. E. Hall Is visiting her Christ or Young People's Meeting were guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. STORAGE CO.

Blanche Cunningham Mrs. II. :M. McRae sister, Mrs. Nora Smith, who lam Saturday 7:30: p.m.State Nix Sunday

4 A i,. at her home In Macon Ga. Mr and Mrs. William Atwood LYfl : Jo We operate local:
Miss Shirley Kelley of Starke of Jarknonvillo were Sunday visItors
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythi.e There was a large:' congregation:' and Miss Shirley McRae and bro Farn of Mr and Mrs. P. S. Crews I, bR ti )long dl"tanc

who have spent the past severa I at Pine Level Baptist Church last ther, Benny were dinner !guestsof 1 and of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers. The following births have been c;;:)) OVIN anywhere In tV'I.
weeks In Connellsvlllc, Pa. havi.e Sunday with 193 In the Sunday
returned to their home here. School classes There were two ,. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae By Kirs. Bryan W'hltflelABridge Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ford and announced at Shadycrest Hlspltal: .,nWMi'

and family Sunday. their daughter, Linda and Roy !It EXCELLENT
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forsythi.e candidates for baptism Sunday Mr and Mrs. John M Allen of :
and children Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick of Murphey of Ocala spent Sunday James Franklin, I
of Connellsvllle) Pa night. v Club Meeting Starke, a son, STORAGE
Gainesville and mother, Mrs Sue with Mr. and Mrs. L.. W. '
are spending some time here wit h Rev. and Mrs. W, E. Hall were blossoms In Murphy.
Mixed arrangements born Mar. 27.
Lake Geneva, were Spring '
Mr. Fornythe's parents Mr. am called to Jacksonville beoause of Myrlck, of Carolyn Bradley was the over FACILITIES
Mrs. Ray Forsythe, and Mrs. Forsythe's the death of Jody Hagen. Rev. dinner guests of the H. M. My- of outstanding beauty. night guest of Jackie Tanner at Mr. and Mrs. William Henry
rlcks Sunday. were placed In the living and dining Hall of Starke. a son, Gary Eugene I Agents For -
brother-in-law Hall Klngaley Lake Wednesday.
and sister, conducted the funeral service rooms of the W. N. North born Mar. 27.
Mr.. and Mrs. Elmer Forsythe. at Buford Grove Church., Hilliard, Mrs. Joseph Philpot of Jacksonville home when Mrs. North entertained Mrs. Nelle Beavers returnedto DelcherBros. +" See us first!
Mrs. Leonard Hamm will bi Saturday afternoon. Beach spent last week
the State Farm Bridge Club Tallahassee, Ala. Friday following RESOLUTIONOK!
hostess for a Stanley party giver Miss Barbara Richie of Starke with her grandparents, Rev. and Thursday afternoon of last week. an extended stay with .
Friday p. M. at her home here and Miss Gwendolyn McRae spent Mrs. W. E. Hall. Respective high and second high, Mr. and Mrs. M. N. North. RESPECT

Mrs. B. Cunningham and son, Tuesday night of last week with Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J, K. winners In contract were Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and WHEREAS God In His Infinite

Edison, were Palatka caller Saturday Miss Dorothy Judd of Hellbronn. Starling, Sr. Sunday were Mr. and M. E. Grlner and Mrs. L. F. Chap. Carolyn Bradley spent Saturday mercy and wisdom, railed unto
Miss Shirley McRae spent Tuesday Mrs. Odell Green, and Mr. and man. The former received a fruit night with Mr. and Mrs. Vance Himself on March 19, 1949 our
Mrs. Wm. Nuttles (Granny)I night with Miss Beverly Jo Mrs. Johnny Stewart and baby
juicer and the latter note paper Geiger in Jacksonville. In celebration beloved friend teacher and choir
Is visiting with relatives Tampa Crosby at Sunnybrook.Mr. of Hellbronn section, Mr. and Mrs.J. who,
Mrs. P. D. Fancher was lucky In of the birthday anniversary director Ethel Griffin Biggs,
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrich and Mrs. Grady Nettles and E. Starling Jr. and children.Mr. "bingo" and her award was a of Mr. Bradley, Mr. and because of her gentle leadership
of Gainesville spent Sunday wit children of Jacksonville are Spending Melvin Nettles, and Our Farm
and Mrs.
waste basket. At the conclusion Mrs. Geiger were hosts at a fame her consecrated life, her sharing
Mrs. Sue Myrick. a few days with Mrs. Nettle's Mr. and Mrs. George Clapplin. all .
the hostess, assisted ily dinner. Their additional guests of her musical talents with her
Mrs. Aileen Wagner: of Gaines parents, Mr. and Mrs Jo' Starling, of Starke, and Mrs. O. C. Cason of the games were Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley (church her sweet understanding
ville, was the weekend ol f on the Crosby Lake aide. Mr. Cason, and by Mrs. Nelle Beavers served a TRACTOR
guest Mr. and Mrs. Tommy and their sons.! Clinton and Jack and abiding i love of humanity, endeared MachineryService
her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. N, Nettles who works for the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas and salad course. and Mrs. Nell M nhaw, all of herself to us and others,
Wagner. East Coast Railroad, has been family. Jacksonville. we, the members of the Business
Club Dance
Dinner guests of Miss Joan the Johanne Mullin of Media Pa. Woman's Circle of the First Baptist -
Starling Sunday were Misses Joyce The dance Club sponsored afforded by hour pent Tuesday night with Frances Church do hereby resolve
and Barbara Jean Thomas, Judy Community Caldwcll. that Ethel's kindnesses and many
Sue Cason; of this section Miss of gaiety to a large number friends ol After a two weeks visit here devotions to her church will b? r. 't
and their
folk
Farm
Betty Jo Starling, Starke, Miss with Dr. and Mrs.
March 31 Vari- D. L. Nix Mrs. always remembered cherished and
evening.
Myrtle O'Neal and Misses Geraldine Thursday D. M. Nix of Commerce, Ga. left time and
balloons can save moneyHEADQUARTERS
and Ruby Dean Green of colored streamers and Sunday to visit her brother in appreciated Though her passing you
puspendnd from the chandeliers created In hearts
Hellbronn.Rev. Groveland.Mr a vacancy our
EFFICIENTThis W. E. Hall and Mr. and and the Jars Community of beautiful Club flowers House made a and Mrs. !M. C. Robertshad and in our church that cannot to Just what it service?

Mrs. H. M. McRae were dinner setting for this Important as their guests Sunday Mr.\ be filled we know that Heaven Here's what we try to do:
guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. gala and Mr. O. W. Hunter Miss for
funeral home i is dedicated to social event. During the party Is brighter and lovelier becauseof
Earl Goodman of Starke. Imogens Hardee and Merrltt Cau- Keep every Ford Trac
reliable service. There are no bound Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis and hours sandwiches and cold interestwere drinks then all of Gainesville.Mr. her presence. Ford Tractors, tor and every piece of
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson and child- were served. Of special I \ find Mrs. 1<. E. Andrew and Also resolved that copies of and accessories
lines
to the Dearborn Farm Equipment
ary territory we are the winning of a cake by parts
this resolution be sent to all -
ren of Klngsland, Ga. were recent Mr. Andrew, Sr. of GnlneHVllle members .
always ready to serve. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. H Mrs. Edna Courtney of Brooklyn. were visitors of Mr and Mrs II. of the family, the Bradford Dearborn Farm working at top efficiency
1 Lewis New York, guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Linzy Sunday. County Telegraph, The Baptist and be Johnny-
Mrs. Donald Conner of Starkewas I.V.. Welgand of Graham, and I Witness and the W. M. U. Equipment: and parts on-the-spot when some
the winning of a box of ('andyby
DeWITT C. JONESPhone visiting Mrs. W. C. Conner Miss Janet Anderson of Starke.Mr. All kind and Hl/f uf aronnnthookx. Signed' ; Lucllu Harris Green service thing goes wrong
Expert
Wednesday of last week. Bradford County. Telegraph., Ruth Stallwortli Halm's, Leila

7 Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Seaman ot: and Mrs Robert S. Chap- I 'I".mlllly I.rl..d. Sapp Miuuly"ANNIS. Farming I information f I Some of our service U '

Boston Mass were visiting Mr. man of Orlnndo spent last week. .. .. free; some costs only for
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur and Mrs. Arthur McRae Wednesday end with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. the parts! ; some requires a

of last week reasonable labor charge.
local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and Chapman.Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
services not otherwise available. and daughter! are spending Myrick this Calvin Williams anti little iTs: Hut you'll find us fair .
Sandra and Sherrie
,
daughters
week In Jacksonville. we want to keep on serving ,
of Albany, Ga. are visiting Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and you for a long time.
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices ,and son, Lynn, visited Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. G. E. Crews. CONCRETE BLOCKSReady .

accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY E. C. Sapp at Heilbronn Sunday. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mix Concrete Builders. Hardware
company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Come to Church. Sunday School Grlner went to Gainesville to see To Remodel
Mont Build er
Consultation carries no obligation. Sunday morning 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mr.. Hardy Crusselle of Everything IlepeJr DIXIE EQUIPMENT Inc.
Atlanta, Ga. Mr: and Mrs. Griner ,
BUILDING Inc.
Preaching at 11. Evening ServHere's ANNIS SUPPLIES I
I and Mrs. Crusselle then had supper 1038-1048 W. Main Street South JUG West Main Street South
in Melrose with Mr, and Mrs.

Bert Pearsall. As Marian Cahoon, Phone 217 213 GUNKSVIIJLE P. O. Boll 13 Phone 2639: Gainesville\ Fla.

a 10-day chance to SAVE! Mrs. Crusselle formerly visited .,
Mr. and Mrs. Grlner here and of
Interest to their friends Is the
fact that Mr. Crusade Is a member C epW.



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PAOP FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE- noRmA FRIDAY.. APRIL_ A._. mm__.

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Bridge LuncheonAt Baptist Circles Miss Horne Mr. May cloth and centered with a beautiful dress from Miami to 3671 Oak St., subdlvUlos to contribute and pay
of the
of
white a portion expense laying
Keystone Inn Met Tuesday Are Complimented birthday cake embossedIn Jacksonville, Fla. sidewalks, sewers, watermalnn" ,
; pink green and blue. Manychildren's Mrs. Doris Cloainger, Trautman, curbing and pavlnar through or

Mrs. J. M. Hembree Mrs. R. P I Members of the W. M. S. Circles Mlas Harvene Watterson entertained games were played In N. C. alone property owned, or held bmid \
the yard during the afternoon. Carl H. Edwards, Hq. Det? Me- Bounty or Its said antencle In
Stubbing and Mrs. J. R. Kite were,a of the First Baptist Church,, with a delightful party the. City of Starke, Florida.
\ hostesses at a delightful bridge' .. Tuesday evening, at her home in Frank's mother, Sirs. E. J. tro P. >I. Toko, APO 503, care Carl 'ohnx, City Clerk, City nt
f Starke held their regular month Dahmer was assisted in serving PM, San Francisco, Calif. Starke, Florida' It 4-23
luncheon Wednesday. The party, Hampton complimenting Miss
: ly meetings Tuesday afternoon. the little guests by Miss Kate Mrs. J. E. Powell, 1397 Pine
Inn tn
netting was the Keystone I Betty Home and Richard May,
WE fO! ANYWHERE!
Office Gladys l\looty Residence" "eystone Heights.A Circle Two met"with Mrs. B. S" whose. marriage will be solemnized Struth Mrs Wm. Heintz and Miss Grove Circle, Jacksonville, Fla. .

PhoneWomen's 29 Editor Phone 35 color scheme of yellow. blu,e Outlaw and regardless of'tho e on Palm Sunday. I Josephine Johns. Mrs. R. M. Lee, 1093 Cheynne \.v.; Specializing In
downpour there were 11 member,r Blvd., Colorado Springs, Colo.
and pink was carried out In th, The living and dining rooms WEDDINGS'DIUTJIDA
Lt. Col. T. T. 7871 &
and visitor. Long, Tng. :
------ - present one
"loral arrangements depleting th, were attractively decorated with ADDRESSESOF \"
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Ed. APO 800 PM New
Gp care ,
!! motif. The lunch The program chairman, Mrs. A \.
Auxiliary Farewell Party Suster T-shaped blooming potted plants and spring INTERESTThe York N. Y. ,o. PARTIES
ion tablet was overlaid with white J. Thomas presented a program,: flowers. The refreshment table ,

Plans Silver TeaThe For Doyle Conner :jamask cloths with a wicker garden on the need for( foreign mission was overlaid .with a dainty lace following new, renewal and St.J., Jacksonville H Courtmanch 8, Fla. 1332 Main ANNIVERSARIESENTERTAINMENTS

Leaving For Hawaii basket centerpiece filled with with Mrs. W. R. Mathews andMrs. cloth, centered by a low bowl of change of addresses received by Paul of address
St. Mark's Woman's Auxiliary : Meng change
flowers. Candy Easter ,, Eunice Wilson taking part, balanced the
spring egg sweet peas gracefully Telegraph will be of Interest from Hampton to State Farm,
held Its regular rnonthlj":y A farewell party was given In surrounded the basket and nestledIn Mrs. E. D. Tenly gave the devo. by graduating white tapers. to friends: Ralford.Nctlro .

meeting: Monday( evening at the honor'of Doyle Conner, National: green grass which overflowed tion. Mrs. W. L. Andrews, leader, Games appropriate to the occasion L. E. Yarbrough, 2714 Lydia St., SPECIAL<<: EVENTS of all kinds

Pariah house. The meeting wai a President of Future Farmers ot from the basket. White Eastei,r presided over the business meeting( were played and prizes were Jacksonville, Fla. Of In....<..l.... Tn. latrodvr QUICK SERVICE: ov PHOTO
at which time the Hffrlmt .1..0.
wa S
opened by the directress, Mrs. the home of'Mr. and bunny candles flanked the center report awarded to Miss Martha Horne Mrs. Ray A. Starr, 1320 N. W. Notice In, hereby given that a bill
America at
piece. Dainty place cards designedIn made on the various works thai and Frank Brown. The honored 51st Terrace, Miami, Fla. will\ bii Introduced In the 19411 Leu- Developing And Finishing
Mattie Gahagan, with devotional I Mrs. A. H. Hem/, Tuesday, the Banter motif marked the were done by members of the Mrs.' E. C. Ixlature by the City of Stark for
couple was presented Fostorla Mattix, 4692 39th : certain purposes which will\ appearby
followed by the Lord's Prayer. March 29 by Misses Martha Henry guests' places. Circle. Plans were made for each Crystal bud vases as a remembrance St., San Diego, Calif. the title ot said bill reading a. HOLLYWOOD CAMERA
member to whatever she follows: An Act requiring Bradford
Announcement was made thai t and Francis Crosby. Several progressions of brldg give gift from the hostess. Lucian Thomas, Box 1028, Ft. County and any school I dlnlrlnl.I I ANI GIFT SHOPsoviet
could at the next meeting at MrsDurden's Myers, Fla. the school board, or other political
all United Thank Offerings that Games and refreshments were were played by the 30 guests and for for A delicious dessert course was

have'not been turned in ahould b e enjoyed in the Henry's yard. prizes. were awarded to the win the ladies' lounge buying room furniture at the served: to the 35 guests and Miss St.Mrs., North Mabel St.Wall; 3235 Jackson
ners. Petersburg Fla.
left at the Church Sunday, or Mr. Conner left Friday of last new building. Watterson was assisted by her Mrs.
mother, Mrs. M. L. Watterson, F. C. Orr, 803 Ashford St., .B"y..DEF Phone 52-J
given to the chairman, Mre.H. W week by plane for Hawaii where The hostess, assisted by Mrs, Jacksonville, Fla. "
Geraldine Shaw Mrs. Archie Elland. Miss Mary Mrs.llartmanaFINE
annual Silver Tea, W. L. Andrews served refresh Mrs B. ws OUOW TNI STO.
The
Noegel. he will attend the F. F. A. convention Ella Ward. Miss Haven Crosby Jacobs, change of ad.
Honoree At ments the social hour,
during
was discussed and the date was I in the Chaln-of-lslands. Party e and Mrs. W. A. Scott.
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set for Thursday, April 21. Mr. Enroute he will stop in Pensacola, Miss Geraldine Shaw was honored Circle Three met with Mrs. R. A, The parents of the bride and '

H. C. Brown was appointed chair Fla., El Paso Texas, Tuscon, Ariz. with a birthday party at the I Newsome with 15 members and groom elect were among those I

man of Invitations. Mr. R. 0 and San Francisco Calif to at- home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs three visitors present. Mrs. M. F. present and out-of-town guest. CHEESE
Kidd, Jr. was appointed chair tend F. F A. Banquets He will F. J. Shaw, lust Friday evening,, Hazen led the devotional followed were Miss Ward, Miss Crosby .
man of refreshments. Mrs. O. I* return to Los Angeles, Calif. from In celebration ot her seventeenth, with prayer by Mrs. H. L. Brown Mr and Mrs. Robert Barksdale KRAFT
Beasley and Mr. J. W. Kincaid HawaII,by boat April 27 and will anniversary.The lee. The program theme was I and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott AND DAIRY FOODS

will be in charge of decorations.An stop off in Las Vegas and Reno, Shaw home was decoratedfor I "Moments with our Missionaries"I of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. FredS. AT YOUR A&P I
Nev. enroute home with Mrs. Roy Ward and Mrs. J. Dodd of Keystone Heights. VELVEETA
Easter egg hunt was plannedfor the occasion with pink and|
the children to be held Sat- blue flowers. The dining room i E. Futch taking part. J' lrI

urday afternoon, April 16, at 3 Mr. & Mrs. Ritch table was covered with a lace Mrs. If. I. Brownlee' leader, Business Women's CHEESE

o'clock. All members agreed to I Hosts At Fish Fry cloth centered with an arrangement presided over the business meet Circle MeetingThe
bring one dozen eggs each and of spring flowers flankedby Ing. The Brotherhood banquet was '

the prizes. Mr. and Mrs.\ Jim Ritch enter. the birthday cake and yellow planned for April 14. Business Women's Circle of 2 tt>. loaf 83c

The Girl Scout Troop sponsored twined members of the Young tapers In crystal candelabra. The next meeting will be held the First Baptist church held Its l !

by the Auxiliary, has been reacti- Adult class of the First Methodist Games and dancing were en- with Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Mrs. regular meeting Tuesday night In Yard /
vated. Mrs. Marian Carney is the I Church Tuesday evening with Joyed by the guests during the M. F. Hazen BSlllat'ed the hostess the church auditorium with 37

new leader. Registration dues for a fish fry evening. The honoree was the recipient in serving refreshments during members, six visitors and one new MELOBITPimento

this group will be paid by the The Ritch's lawn at State Farm of many lovely gifts. I the social hour. member present. E-G-G-S
Auxiliary. Assisting the hostess In entertaining ;;: ;
was attractively decorated with Mrs. R. A. Green, Devotional & American
After the business meeting, the t"I colored light. where the food was was her mother, Mrs. WSCS Met With Chairman, used as her theme, 1 Dozen 49c _.
member.were taken to the Church, served on table. set with white Shaw and Miss Merry Beth "Why Do You Worry", Matthew :
where an interesting demonstration linen cloths, and centered with Knight. Mrs. Perryman 8:2V3t.: : ::TT-p 2 Its loaf 89c

was made by Mr. Lemuel bowls of calendulas. After dinner Guests Included, Dolores. Mc- Monday afternoon Circle Two Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Program

Colson on the care of the altar.A the guests entered the living Knight Nancy Knight, Barbara of the WSCS of the Methodist Chairman presented an Interesting PAASEGG

dessert course was served by room and enjoyed a radio( quiz Bunch, Montie Hutchins, Patsy Church, held Its monthly playlet "Aunt Fannle's Miracle",
the hostesses Mrs. Stanley Noe program with Jim Ritch acting Eaves Clara Thomas Jimmie program acted L.
by Mrs. W. Andrew.,
and social meeting at the home '
Borden Chateau % lb 23c)
gel and Mrs. W. H. Noegel. as quiz master. Prizes were Hamilton, Jack Hazen Kenneth of Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs. E. D. Tenley, Mrs. Ira Wil- : .
awarded to those participating in Johns, George Winkler, Henry Nutley OLEO. Th 21c
on W. Madison Street. son, Mrs. A, J. Thomas Mrs. O. -
the program. Mrs. Herbert Deallat'r Bennett, Ralph Bryant, and Dolph R. Matthews, and Mrs W. C. Cor- DYE
gave'pantomimes which were Reddish. Mrs. A. Wood presided over an. Between the acts Mrs. D. L. Kraft Velveeta, 8 oz. 30c

D BII very entertaining and amusing. the read meeting the minutes and of Mrs.the last Perryman meet- Thomas gave a poem entitled"Others" 3 pkg. 23c: Armour Pure LARD Ib. 17c
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Before leaving, the group enjoyed B&PW EntertainAt .
ing. Mrs. H. H. Adams read an
STARKE .FL':. a period of singing and Storytelling Supper Event interesting article entitled "In.dla' Mrs. C. A. Knlgha, Circle Leader Kraft American, 8 oz. 30c
presided over the business
great need of more mis
Members of the Starke Business sionaries", Mrs. Wood gave a fine session. JELLYEGGS Pabst-ett Cheese, 6Voz.' 30c

Sun., :Mon., Tu...., Apr 10-1' Dr. Otto J. Tonl88enCHIROPODIST and Professional Women's Club talk on "The New Birth" which Delicious refreshments were Baby Gouda Cheese, 10 oz. 49c
served by the hostesses, Mrs. G. J.
and their friends enjoyed a social Is the first chapter of the study
McGrlff, Mrs. A. A. Cook Mrs.T. .
Mexican Hayride evening In the form of a spaghetti book entitled "Newness of Life" Kraft Swiss Cheese 8
Frank Landrum. Mrs. A. J. oz. 35c
425 N. Pleasant St. supper Thursday of last week In by Estelle Carver. Kaukauna Klub, 6 oz.l3c
Thomas and Miss Elma
Lee Hickey. ,
With Bud Abbott Lou OmtrlloAlso St. Mark's Parish House.A Mrs. Perryman assisted by Mrs. 1 !lb. Bag
Ph. 882 Gainesville, Fla. .
News Si Shorts committee composed of Mrs. I F. H. Long served refreshments
Lillian Davis, Mrs. Thelma Din- during the social hour. Birthday Party 2 5 c lona FLOUR, 25 lb. 1,49 Ann Page KETCHUP ISc

j kins and Mrs. Mildred Doyle will For Frank DahmerFrank
Wed.. ThurH. 14IMH'ltLE
13.
April be at the danceto
present regular WMU Board To MeetThe
be held this Friday evening in Dahmer :was host to a

I I FEATURE W 4 d1 the USO building for the high WMU Executive Board number his little friends Wednesday Talco SCRATCH FEED : CABBAGE, Fresh, Green, lb. -.3c
school students and their friends. meeting of the New River Baptist !' afternoon from 3 to 5

Michael O'Halloran f Music will be furnished.The Association will be held at 2:30: o'clock at the St. Mark's Parish 25 Ib., 99c 100 Ib., 3.89

1 next regularly scheduled p.m., Friday, April 8, In the First house in celebration (of his fifth BANANAS Golden Ripe 2 Ib.23c
Scotty Itrckett, Allene Robrrt ,
business
meeting of the club will Baptist Church Starke. All WMU birthday anniversary.

ALSOBoothill be held Thursday April 21, at officers and chairmen, and Association A pink and blue color scheme
8! p,m. In St. Mark's Parish officers are requested to was carried out In the decorations Talco
Laying or Growing Mash CELERY Size 48's Stalk
Bandits faune.! attend. of crepe paper streamers. A low per 5c

bowl of pink gladioli was the

With Craali Corrigan center of attraction on the gift 23 Ib., 1.13 100 n., 4.43
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Ray (
table. The refreshment table was CORN, Fresh, Yellow, 3 lt. _ 25c:
overlaid with a floral white linen
Fri.. Sat., April 15, 16ItOUIlLK t

FEATl'RETYCOON e I 90' Horse Feed, 100 lb. 3.97 | APPLES, Wash. red delicious, 2 lb. 39c

GUARANTEEDW

1i Well, I haven't quite figured out gained further recognition by havIng PEANUTS Raw
Jumbo lb
I bag 29c
what struck us Sunday afternoon one of Its son's, Aubrey Thom-
John Wayne, Larraine Day about 3 o'clock, but whatever 1 It as of Brooker among the 273 W Angelus Marshmallows 18c

was. really played havoc students to rate the U of F"Dean's PEANUTS, Mammoth, Whole 6 oz. 19c
ALSOHollywood
STUART'S Besides the damage it did to Ust"-honor..d for scholastic
homes and other buildings southeast achievement In the past

Mystery CYCLE SHOP of town, the big blow went semester Hear that William Swift's PREM 43e I PEANUTS Spanish Redskins, 6 oz. 15c
on out to( Klngaley Lake and cut D. (Bill) Parker has wended his per can -
June Clyde, Frank AI..rtlIOnAI Temple Ave III 10th St. a few capers Hear that Jewway out West and Is now enrolled

Comedy & Serial Starke, Florida ell and George Roberts and Eolln at the University of South' I I Florida New Crop Washed WhiteSwift
Smith .were caught in the middle ern California ,
of the lake when the rain-hall Chopped Ham, 12 oz. 53c POTATOES, 5 lt>. - - 29c>

wind storm broke, and for a while Don't think your clock has gone 3-DAY SERVICE
they didn't know whether they berserk if you hear Willie the
would make It back to shore or Whistle blowing at 4:30: these afternoons Large, Fresh, South Carolina
i BARKSDALE'SI' not When they finally did Seems that Eddie NICE LINE OF
get back bet WATCHES & BANDS Daily DOG FOOD, 3 cans 25c | ASPARAGUS bunch
you can they were Hartmann's shop Is so busy mak (lb. or more) 29c
I RE- EASTER SPECIALS wet and weary and glad to be Ing walls for prefab houses and
back on terra firma again furniture, that It's gone on a two- SANDERSWATCH ***a0 mmi mm

I One Lot Ladies' DRESS SHOES Pauline returned Torode late and Sunday Louise from Moore a time shift of basis-whistle-hence blowing the change Guess in REPAIR (p Ideal Dog Food, 2 for 27c

I 4.95 & 5.95 Values.Now Only 2.98 fishing trip to Horseshoe to find well be missing Freddie Wimber- LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD
aeveral big oaks In Paulino's front ly and Elizabeth Lawson from
I yard at the lake C.UIER.G": SHOP, FAB Soap Powder 28c
One Lot LADIES' SHOES'I ) toppled over, along Call Street for several weeks
I spoiling a lot of nice azaleas she now Freddie's holding down Call Street at Railroad "SUPER
had recently set out Looks the secretarial
Good Values 1.98 & 1.49 pout In Tallahassee RIGHT"
like April l< our windy month for Senator Johns while Eliza. STARKE FLA.WAIlS. Octagon Flakes, large 28c

Instead of March beth .Is serving Rep Roberts In Quality HeavyWESTERN r -
the same capacity Hear that I
One Pair Ny.lons FREE Our fishermen" and women are Joan Carpenter and Ann Wilt J Octagon Powder, sm. 7c
till coming home with tales of
attended the Delta Tau Delta
ilYi
YOUR CAR FINISRF'
wonderful catches in recent weeks dances in Gainesville last BEEF :

With Each Pair 6.95 Dress Shoes .and' ,party Lonnie caught an' Bernard 180 "shellcrack-Sullivan and Saturday_nights Friday -I Bright Sail Wax, pint *29c

ers" In the Suwannee River Sun'an't get used l to seeing Cliff CHUCK ROAST, Ib 53C

day ., Bet It will be "Friday" Hazen In his new capacity as T-BONE STEAKS, Ib. 90c Sta-Flo Liquid Starch 19c

"- < every day In the week around branch manager for the Sinclair RIB & BRISKET STEW, ib. 29c

the Sullivan house for some time Refining Co. After being a Fresh GROUND
to come! Surely would like BEEF roe 47C Cracker
fixture at Denmark's all thosevears. Jack, pkg. 4c
to have seen two( of our dignified It's klnda hard to picture "SUPER RIGHT" QUALITY LAMB
:
c" business men-Harley Strong and him anywhere else Hear that
The Fish Are Biting And Elbert Smith-riding up and Lt. (Jg) Thomas G. Ritch, USN. RIB CHOPS, tb, - 85c Lipton TEA 'V tb.' 63c

down the escalators at Cohen's arrived In New London Conn. Square-cut Shoulder Roast, !Ib. 59c -

( Cool Winds Are Blowing At. In Jacksonville one day last week Monaay via the submarine USS o c; Breast & Flank STEW, Ib. 23c
I Hear It was their first ride Dogfish after a six-week train.on VERMONT

Ii i one of those newfangled moving Ing cruise to Northern Island "Super Right" Quality Milk Fed Western VEAL: MAID

BEACHLocated stairways and they were as Scotland, England and elsewhere ,
COQUINA RIB CHOPS tb Maple Syrup 1 12
enthralled as a couple of kids Pleased to receive word this POLISHES A CIEANUS - 69c oz. 28c

with a new Christmas toy week from Marvin Montgomery CHUCK ROAST, Ib. 50c

Two Miles South Of MarinelandOn currently stationed In Yokohama. R LIQUID C1IANUClIANM BREAST & FLANK STEW, Ib. 25c
Tulll ...
b
noon wedding bells for Japan His address Is Sgt.
Jane
Route A 1 A ex-Callstreeters Ralph Rhodes Marvin L. Montgomery, RA14 H- R AND POUSMOOT BACON, Sunnyfield Sliced Rindless, Ib. 69c Parker

Ha engagement to Roselyn S..ck6216.' AO Section. Hq. 8th Army. POLISH BACON, Gold Coin Sliced, Rindless lb Hot Cross .
Directly On The Ocean Inger (physical ed Instructor at APO 343, care Postmaster, San j R FOLISMINC WAX 53c -"
Yoatproof High School) will soon FrancIsco Calif. SMOKED BACON SQUARES, Ib. - 29c
R cmoMi UUNIRO BUNS
be announced Congratula- I Assorted Sliced LUNCH MEATS, Ib, 55C 25c
i .CABINSI ions! Emery Brown of HampWell .Ou...... that winds up fOAM UPMOUTMVCUANU

I ton and George Powell of CallStreet the little black book for this' Florida Dressed & Drawn

j RESTAURANT Phi Epsilon are among pledges the at new the U Sigma of F the time next. ".So. .long .See you in M MM VOW CAB FRYERS ((2 to 2i/a: lb. average wt.), !Ib. 6-

L BAIT And Bradford TO IM torn A POUR
i County has
-Carolyn Quick Frozen HADDOCK Fillets, Ib. 39c

'r TACKLEDlr. &ai& ? i=t/ Quick Frozen PERCH[ Fillets, Ib. 33


& Mrs. Clayton l Codrlngton, Owners-Mgrs.. f j j ill If ALVAREZ' STORE EsUbliahe-l Men's Clothing 1894 I Andrews Motor Co. Quick Frozen II & D WHITING, lb. 19cI' -

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FRIDAY.____--- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. GUI and Mr. Mrs. W. L. Andrews. Mrs Mae I Eddy Parrlsh wedding at Dukes' --- -
I and Mrs W. H. Graham and Green Mrs. Ethel Raymond and I Sunday. sonvlllo over the weekend. I will hold Its monthly meeting

family spent Sunday In Eustla Mrs. Eula Connor will leave Sunday Mrs E. J. Lewis and Miss Iva New RiverAND been The farmers of this section have I' Thursday evening April K at

with :Mr. and Mrs D. A. Monteith to attend Woodman Circle I Mae Lewis attended the miscellaneous real busy for the last few 7:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs.

and family. The occasion State Convention in St. Petersburg shower for Miss Bernice;; LONG BRIDGE days nice rains taking advantage of the I Guy Andrews In Pinehurnt sub

was the birthday anniversary of which will convene three Parrish at the home of Mrs. W. Hy ;Mrs.' E. A. SappA other setting tobacco and division.

IN THE NEWS Mrs. Montieth. days Mrs.! Andrews will serve as O Hodges Lake Butler Wednesday .. plants. I I _
Mr. and Mrs Albert Lee Crosby State Musician. night. TF>\<'IIEIl.H: We new ha .

L"' ... .. 6. .. .. 6 and son, Dale visited Mrs. Cro! BEAUTIFUL BLOOMING; Potted Miss Iva Mae Lewis was visit- large crowd attended servicesat YoungVomen's Circle that hu>r
by's parents. Mr and Mrs. H. W Plants from 75c to $3 rarh.COLONIAL .- Ing Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman Long Bridge Monday night. for students sled and pktlu, IuD
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Finn ofWaycross Mr. and Mrs. L. D Vining spent The musical Millers
the Townsend in Atlanta Ga. over FLORIST, Phone-218. of Gainesville last weekend. conductedthe Members of the Young' Women's X 13 .size M rent per ",IUIII.-
Ga. were weekend past weekend In Daytona, song service and Bro.
the weekend. Mrs. J. A Miller 1 Circle of the Presbyterian church Bradford
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McIntyre and children Mr. and Mrs Mike Tilghman County Telegraph
Mr. and Mrs C. H Beach
guests of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Proc. brought the We all
Mrs. Sally Cockrell of EMgefleld, Billy and Ouraine. spent the and daughter Barbara Ann and message. enjoyed
tor Snow.
Mr and Mrs. Snow the
Quick. are S. C spent the weekend with her weekend with Mr. songs on the Cowbellll.n'cordlon ,
McIntyre in son Lee of Gainesville attendedthe
Parker Dampler and Miss Mar spending this weekend ,with the sister, Mrs. Winnie Seymour at Daytona Bracch. Baptist Church here Sunday and guitar. Yes The Tourists And Transients Like
Dawson of Jacksonville were Vlnlngs here while enroute to Little
cella
I the Bradford House. Mr. and Mrs. E. :J. Nix. Jr. of and were dinner guests of Mr. Barbara Jean Carol and Our food .
of Mr. and their former
dinner home
in
Sunday guests Dublin. Ga. Mrs. :J. B. Sapp. Mrs. W. B. Hattlesburg, Miss were visiting and Mrs Sam Mott. Robbie Ward of Starke visited X

Mrs. R. C. Dampler. doom.GLADS assorted. : $i, $1.SO, $2 Bradley Mrs W. B. Mundy, JI: Mrs. Nix' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy anddought..r their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs I :' Hilt we still have time to caterto
of W. P. Smith will I COLONIAL ;
Friends FLORIST and daughter Jean and Lou and, W. L. Andrews E. A. Sapp over the weekend
to learn that he underwenta Phone 218. recently. Janet were visiting Mr. : -w the home folks We ap.4t5
regret Buzzy Green enjoyed a picnic Suits for EaMer from $36.09 up and Mrs. O W Barry Sunday Mr. and Mrs Romey Johns and f'
operation In St. Vincent's Col. D. E. In .
serious Knightwas San ,
lunch at Silver Springs Sunda)'. at ALVAREZ STOKE. Malcolm Lewis was In Jackson Mrs. Bill Richardson of Jacksonville Y predate your business and always
hospital In Jacksonville ford on business :
Thursday. Friends of Mrs. B. 'Jacobs will] Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bronson ville on business Monday. were visiting Mrs. Belle i to .
friend
Wednesday and is getting alongas Van Patel and family have as try please our at notue.
be aorry to hear she is seriously!: of Orange Park were Sunday Mr and Mrs. Roy Green and John Sunday afternoon.
well as can be expected. their guests this week. Mrs. B. III In a Jacksonville Hospital. MrsJacobs guesta of Mr. and Mrs. W E. children< spent Sunday with Mrs I Mrs. Mana. Wiggins enjoyed a
Banter suit at ALVAREZ. F Waller and Mrs Anna Waller I
who formerly lived onW. Thornton. Spending the weekend Green's parents Rev. and Mrs.G. 1 birthday dinner
Donald Ray Tilley. S. K. S. N., of Marianna and Chlpley. Miss with Mr. and Mrs. Still Serving Our Famous! Business Men'sLUNCH
Madison Street Is now residing with the Thorntons were Mr and E Onulev, at Palatka. Lawhorn of Brooker Sunday
the home of his mother June Patel of Jacksonville
to
spent
returned In Miami. Mrs. S B. Dennison of Plant City. The W. M. S. of the Baptist Mr 50c<<
Sheller Thursday and and Mrs. Pete Sapp visited
Mrs. Robbie Monday Tuesday with her
SPECIAL oiwt. Carnation $3.50 Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Andrews church will be held at the homeof Mr.
week from Kodiak family and relatives and Mrs. Dick Carol! In
of last &0 $3.50 ilox. COLONIAL FLOIlIST. had as their guests last weekend Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Wednesday GUIDON GRILL

Alaska for a month's furlough Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley will Phone) 218. Mr. and Mrs. George Cottman of April 13. at 3 p..m. Pleasebe are promised some good entertainment
Don will report to Long Beach spend this weekend with MrBeasley's Mr.and Mrs. G K Bennett and Ocala N E. Roberts of Macclen present. OEO. KOPRLOUSOS:

Calif on May 10. son and family Mr. and easy Kem, of Jacksonville were. ny. Mrs.' J. L. Chancey of West Mrs. Eva Harrell And daughter

Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs Mrs Charles T. Beasley at Lake Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs I. Palm Beach Mr and Mrs. L. n.I I Yvonne were guests last week of -

J. W. Kincatd spent Sunday aft Alfred. : Junius Smith. Roberta, Mrs Mildred Rivers Mr Mrs Sara Faulkner. CLEARANCE
ternoon at the home of Mr. and I S.H> our new Pastel !Sharkskin' Mr and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mr, Beating Mrs. Marcus Howard and Rev and Mrs Donald Martin I

Mrs. H. A. Leigh in Jacksonville. Suits for Easter at Lellai DressShop. and Mrs. M, C. Wells, Mrs. Carolyn Mrs. John Brklwell all of Lake are the proud parents of a baby .

)Mrs. Beasley and Mrs Kincald Kinney and son. Wayne, Miss Butler. son, Donald Gene, born March
were guests of Mrs. Leigh at Mrs. H. V. Knight and daughters Garnlta Hutto, Mrs. Sheltie Hall Llnten. In overJX radio. 31

the Sigmund Romberg!/: concert at Merry Beth and Nancy and and daughter Sharon and O. P station at 5:45: every Saturday Miss Lubedin and Mrs. Rosa Sale! Sale! Sale!
Mrs. D.
the CJporge Washington Hotel In E Knight spent Thursday Hutto of Starke joined Mr. and turning tn. "Tin- Faith tif ;Million.. Pinholster were business! visitors

SundRY evening. Jacksonville. Mrs. Tillman Hutto and children, Little thrce.year-ohl Ouralne In Starke Monday: afternoon.

Mm'; !Straw' hat for EASTER Friends of Mrs. Maxie Carter Frankie and Bonnie and Mrs. J. McIntyre daughter of Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Price of Miami .. _
\l\am !Store. will be happy to hear that she H Wells of Jacksonville at a Mrs. J. A. McIntyre, has returned were visitors of Mr and Mrs :3-l'ifce StTlionalLiving ----" r
was able to be moved to her home picnic dinner at the Jacksonville to her I ; PORCH SWINGS
home after
Friends of little Gladys Carney,, being confined! Raymond Faulkner last! rverkend
8-year-old daughter of Mrs. Mar after undergoing a major operation Municipal Zoo. Mrs. Hall's birthday in the Glendale Hospital In Palat- Mr. and Mrs Harry Wiidii of Room Suits ;

Ian Carney, will be happy to hear at St Vincent's Hospital I anniversary which fell on I ka with bronchial pneumoniaIIE1'TIM'L Cory. Ind. were visitors of Mr. Regular
last week I $7.95Electric
that she was removed to her homeon Monday wan celebrated SundRY IU.OOMIVG Potted and Mrs. Guy Harrell last week. WERE
N. Walnut Street yesterday', Mrs. Ethel Lee and Mrs. A. D[. *<.<. our new I'unti'l !Sharkskin I Plantu from 7.1c: tn. $.1 tau.h.- end. $199.50 ValueS

after bring confined in Shady Lewis of Gainesville were visitors Suits for Banter at Lollim l>rctShop. OIOM\L FLORIST Phone :218. ': 1'KICK I FANS
In Starke Wednesday. . NEVER
crest Hospital for the past week .
*
with rheumatic fever. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Smith, Mr. Mrs.' Mitchell Noble of Sarasota $145

!See our new Paatrl Sharkskin and Mrs. Harley F. Strong andMrs was the house guest of MrsS. [ BrookerBy Lawtey $6.95:
L Peek the of the
early part
Kitty Andrews were In Jack
suits for Easter at Leilas. Dretut.shop. ny L. II. F : sonville on business Tuesday of week ha :Mae/ I..."I... . . .
last week. Rev. and Mrs B. E. Simmons!
.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F Pickard and and children. Nancy and Linda, The Lawtey City Council met 2-Piece Sofa Bed Suits
daughter Pamela Lola, of Green were guests of Rev. and Mrs, MRS LAUHOKY/ HOVORKD; In regular session Monday night Metal PORCH GLIDERS

WELDING Cove Springs visited friends here Leroy Lawson in Deland the latter. AT IURTIIU.Sf'lU'lUSE with all members present Regular

) Saturday.Mrs. part of last week. First a small car parked In front routine business was transacted

W, B Mundy Jr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn attended the of the house and someone an No new business came before the

daughter Jean were business visItors funeral of her uncle, John Whit nounced--"We have come to eAt Council.Mr. .

( In Jacksonville Tuesday sett in Cordele, Ga. the past dinner with you." Then another and Mra J. W Thomas of

GLADS assorted: $l.I $1.00( '2 weekend car arrived and a voice Raid, Jacksonville were visiting the

.ii# do_.- COLONIAL FLORIST Mrs. Tillman Hutto and children "Grandmother, the rent of the Fred Moores last Sunday.Mr. .

I'hone 218.Attending. Frankie and Bonnie of Jacksonville family In coming and we have our and Mrs. Will Edwards had

the District Meetingof are spending this week t dinner withm" A few minutes as their guests last Sunday Mr.

ofStarke the U. D. C. in Macclenny Wednesday with the L. S. Huttos and family later more cars' large and small and Mrs Billy Edwards and sons,
We offer the people
of last week were Mrs. L. John William Mayer studentat some as fully packed as the old Billy and Jim Austin of Atlanta
A. Washington-Florida State University h time wagon/! that used to to Mr and Mrs. Choice Of Red
Davis. Mrs. E. K. go R W. Mlxon( and ,
and vicinity one of the most Ferryman was the weekend Grandma's house $1 1 9 9 5 Reff. 1 19.50!)!> <) Value!
Mrs. J. Wainwright, Mrs. J. guest I eons, Wayne and Larry and Miss Yellow, or Green $ 14 1 5
of Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrews. . .
modern and finest! equippeduelillng M. Brownlee Mrs. Joe Wilson My what a happy crowd gathered Lou Edwards of Jacksonville.Mr. SAKE PRICK
Mrs. George Flynn Mrs. W. G Light weight suit for EASTERat to help Mrs W M Lawhorn and Mrs 0. McKinney of Compare With Any :31.50 Glider! THINK OF THIS 8.\\INH!

Khopn anywhere.All Halle and Mrs. L. G. Powell. ALVAREZ STORE. celebrate her 70th birthday anniversary Birmingham Ala. are guests of .

Mrs J. G Caldwell of the State Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bratty and --Mother. Grandmother. Mr, and Mrs. H B. Arwood thin

Work Guaranteed Farm Is helping out at Leila's into family of Jacksonville have moved and Great Grandmother! There week. See the many Bargains we have for you SHOP US before you buy!
the H.
during the Easter C. Wall home on N. were plenty of good eats and, a Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carter werr
season.
SMITH'S GARAGEAND Walnut Street, formerly occupiedby grand fellowship for the day. guenjs of their son-in-law an''
Mrs. E. K Perryman and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs L. W Koch. When the time came to depart daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wesley IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

MACHINE SHOP J. R. Hill are attending the WSCS IJHtn. every Saturday evening they nil went to Mrs Lawhorn Arwood, In Key West last weekend
conference of the Methodist at AI1: to "The Faith ol1\llIIlonll", and wished her .
many happy
Temple ""t". Starke Churches in Tampa Tuesday over UJ\X radio Matlon. of the day and thanking returns Mr. and Mrs. J M. Browning!/: Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE
through Friday of this week:. From
Wednesday through Fri God for such a wonderful mother.. were railed to Sebring last Fri .
day of last week Mrs R. J. (day
Those enjoying this Joyous occasion because of the death of MBrownlng'R '
I Abbott second vlceprnldenttenpral were Mrs. Nora Sapp and sister, Mrs Jaunlta 151 STARKE. FLA.
Every Branch of UDC of Baton Rouge, La., Mrs. Rosa Plnholstter of Brooker Fortner,

Mrs. W. A. Haggard past-prea I Mr and Mrs. Lee Green and child Rev and Mrs. Ballard Wilson

INSURANCEH. dent of Florida Division UDC of ren of Gainesville Herschel Bran. attended classes at Florida Southern

chairman Miami and Mrs H. H. Trice Hen of Lake City Mr and Mrs College In Lakeland last Friday SHOP AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE
of
------- Randolf Relief Fund
--- night and .
of J M. Hendry Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Saturday.The
UDC
of Florida Division were Anderson. and mother, Mrs. II W. Lawtey PTA will men'

house guests of Mr and Mrs L. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. next Tuesday evening at the regular
C. WALL AGENCY A Davis The Davlses and l their hour Thin Is the last
house Brnnnen and son M. D., Jr., meeting
last guests spent Thursday of :James Hutchlns Mrs. Beagle' Bran of the school year and all Inter
week in
PLEASE PHONE 146 V O. Bridges Gainesville of Seffner has non Mr and Mrs G If McCormack sated persons are urged to attend

sold Mr and Mrs W. R Stewart The 9th Grade of the Junior
Constant Service Over 50 Years Starke his home 11.2 miles SK of and children, Reginald and High School will have its play
on highway 28 to Noble O*
Maxwell Arline Anderson, Mrs. Emma tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clock Tin-

Proctor, Rev. snd Mrs J, F. name of the play Is "One Minuteof
---- ---- Mlsa Lillian Stump Miss
Carlisle and Mrs. Carr Colley Audrey attended Green, Mrs Margaret Celery, Twelve" and those who attend Free Delivery Phone 231
Mrs. W. I. Carr and R. A Green
the Horowitz
CLASSIFIEDx1TWANNgE piano recital
at the George Washington all of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs
Floyd Wiggins of New APPLIANCES:
evening hotel In Jacksonville Wednesday Beverly Ann Mary Ellen River and CUBE STEAKS lb. .49c
fOl'NTY LIVESTOCK INSURANCE writ. all linen
;MARKET: : Auction sale each Wed. fire, automobile liability, and SPECIAL .....t. Carnation $2.30 Jo Ann Green of Brooker. Cemmerclnl Ufft$ l..mie. .ll. .
Owned & operated by J P' Odom life Bee m. for ,your Inauranc ,
Jr, Pn 210M, Live Oak.. Flu.. 4-1 need N. D. Walnwrlcht. Jr.. It* & $8.30 doz. W. Cal; St., Phon. 154. tf 1ST. Phone 218. Wlnfred Hazen of Gainesvillewere SALEMSERVICEKEYSTONE:

Foil. HALF: teed radio, phono. Miss Beryl Holland of Gainesville visiting their mother Mrs. SMALL S- TO ID-POUND A nm.fanHalT: ;
graphs iiortabl. I.HIS up Chim. and Mrs. Helen E M.
RESTWHILE Shepherd KadloaHeat Cavern Troyon of Hazen, Saturday.

_Court &_Madinnn. stn tf Mr Cleveland, Ohio were guests of Mrs. Beady Cornerly of Ocala SERVICE. Inc. Tenderized HAMS lb. 53c
and Mrs.
YOU SLEEP! FI.OIIIIII :1.1. IIill.l.lto Harry Mooty Fri was visiting Miss Mary Mott Saturday llara.vare.-laiHbrr PaintKKYKIOM .
day
evening and
2-, <.-, Jk fIl..rh9..11.. A pump Mootys to Orlando accompanied the \ Miss Mott returned home : vIRIOT/Te. ......,. ,
ln.<.llr l d:. r.pa/rM on Saturday. with her J Phone t
MATTRESSES Phone 13, or Write' to: Attendlnthe/! Zeta Tau Alpha
J. A. ale NKITMucilpnny. : Mr and Mrs T W Markey and I.. V. Illlamnna.. Itepreaentnllve.
RENOVATED ; FI.... -4triyr Gainesville reception Sunday were Miss afternoon Evelyn In Mrs. Mattie Sow(>lIs attended the Smoked BACON lb. 37c

Kill UKNP: after' Aft I I': J rrn' .. apt. Mrs. ,
Stump
R F.
Alan i 2-rm. tipiM. Mrit, Klnn..y, Demorest Miss
One Day Service; 1 ni V '--ho.ry "Ht run" 4." Ona Demorest and Mrs. Fred Guy. r 1 "i..1

FOR RI3VT' : 4-rm. apt. tee: ranK Mr.. and Mrs. R. J. Davie and ROGERS BROS. 3-RING J
it frlicvratrar & hot' water. (flan Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. Lux Soap Powder Boatman's Sardines
CALL 51-W In. Enclosed yardrlte )Ll'. visited Mr. and Mrs H.
C Wynn llroi.knIJo Ap.| ., Stark. O. Davis STAHKK

STARKEBEDDING tt Jr.Miss In Gainesville Evelyn Stump Sunday.was visiting\ CIRCUS ONE DAY Small 5c Each No. 1 Cans, 2 for 29c

SELL YOUR TIMBER Mrs. C. H. Coulter In Tallahassee ONLYAFTERNOON _


Also Slip Covers Co. Highest Cash NOW Prices Paid ''week.Tuesday Sport sh andN Wednesday at Alvarez of Store.last I Sat. APr. 9 ,ANI :NKHT; Snowdrift t Shortening Toilet i l t Tissue3Rolls,25c


& UpholsteringFOR WILL BUY IN BULK Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tatum of ,

OR IN UNIT Jacksonville were !guests last Friday 1 1 lb. Can 25c
Franklin of Mr. and Mrs. R. :J. Davis AUSPICES. STARKE LIONS CLUB _
CHEAP t
DALE
automatic-draft wood heater; 1. EDWIN<: W. PECK 'while enroute to Tampa.

heater.I..ot. eoal-burnlnit Both In rood circulating conditionKrnrffnrri Or John W. TurnerP. Miss Barbara White of Penney SEE Heinz or Gerber' Food

rV tmtv IVleicrnnh, tf O. Box 463 ]Farms was the weekend guestof fbv:

ATTRACTIVE FURBISHED kiln- Gainesville Fla. Miss Mary Lou Durahlmer. CAP T. EDDIE KUHNAnd FRUITS & VEGETABLES 3 for
Mr. and Mrs.
rnrnl>ht>d apt" Clone In. Oeilr- Ernest Smith and

able.Colonial All Inn.convenience 201 W. Madl.on.tf.,. Apply Send me a postcard and I J Jwill Mrs. George! Nack of Gary. Ind Ills Man liating Jungle H I II
astM
'and Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Eskew I /

FOR RENT. on lake: 2. modern Bathing IlIrn.& aehinL colItare. come see you. ;"- .AtIA"-............. u!_... ..TC.O..___ JLH-Ol_h_&_ .01_ A LS0 Fancy, Green; Top Hunches Armour Tall Milk, 2 for 22c

N..r IIlw.y. W. >I. xlbley bo.lU. x FOIl SAI.K: 1941 Plymouth deliveryaedan Mrs. M. J. Sadcnwater one day

1/1 .ml Starke 8 on. Fla.hlway. or 1M.Sliver 4t Lake 4-U, each. Seta In A-I It. Can condo I.. .seen First at|3J'Jl >. last week. FRANKIE LOU WOOD Carrots 2 for 13c

.. >. Rnbort M FOR BALE- Thoron.hhr il DuropIgo 0 Friday from Searcy Ark. ,
rvher And Her Hollywood Aerial Ballet
10 wkn. 01.1. Inquire. *t Fir. FOR SAMruhlne l?nn( Trailrr '
Tower on UalnMVlll. Mil. lip 4-1 at r.anonabla prli.n. :M. DUiKMrtt. she attended the funeral of her --
Ht..rk.. Fla Itp I -
'V .iti. brother-in-law
: Jesse Dodson.
Mrs
Fl..ri'hnn..
Odom.tLva.
J 210M. Oak tit 6-tI FOR SALE: tr.a.t-Itplnn wanhlnvinarhtn Gross was accompanied back to DOGSPONIESMONKIESLiberty I Chopped Sauerkraut
1 yr. old .sr.tlent|l 1
0' pond Wan 1195. XVIII ..11 for Starke by her sister, Mrs. Dodson t Fresh Cabbage Ib. 2ILc
FUR nlorht.>lAL"Nlek':: Knrlh:. B.worm r..ln LxY H"JY.Hmrkn. .. II..no.. Mtthodlit famonave. LJIW.t and her young son. Darrell who HORSES CLOWNS Galore grn. No.
*. y f- will 21/ Can 5c
Fin ? make their home In Starke ?

FOR SALE S-rm. hou" on 4 IoU FOR RRVT: : Small. ntnre' hldir near. Maj R G. Kldd returned Sun WIRE WALKERS
hue Mlaton iirhonl. on hlvrayJ
!heater
In w ator
Mt.rk. Elect I'
hath Cheap for c.ph Writ.. P." '1'. tluKrUy. Klarkit.' Fla It day from a 90-day course at Com -
Hog, Mlddlfburir Fla. 4tP 4-19 mand School, Ft. Medium I
51. Leaven
FOR MALE: ft-rm. houne In Wald, vorth. Swan Soap
I .. It. like new every convenience, A> Kansas. Maj Kldd I
FOR HAI.B- 3-hurn.r p rf ctlon plans and 27 BIG FEATURE ACTS
.., wood or castrang. I eond. Z Mrtcka from schoolrhurchoa. a. training
oil rook tov a ... officer for the 2nd Bat
Will Write boa 111.V ald Cucumbers
each
table. 3c
; n oak llhrarT talion. 12-1 -
I Fin II Infantry 2 Bars
trade fatter for mall d..k.l MraW Florida Na Large 19c
A ("'OILY "T tlonal Guard. ,
FOR REVT: Smite fern apt. forcouple. SEE .
_._
.. .
0. howrr running hot -
-
': FOR. SAW'S hod: Klrrt':. zander air. Both e..mpr..or Py"cl" water, pvt. entrance. tl3 Church FOR SALE: 5 KW 110 Volt. AC
elect.
(rally n....-. *-.. Mr Bpiirlln. < lit. Btarke. Up' gasoline driven lighting plant; Shirley Temple & Susie CueWORLD'S Baby Lima BeansTomatoes
Court oppo.lt. Far. 'Large/ Red. RIp
Palm m.rit. MktFfR Tmirlit 1'1' F nnppl.aALF>.: week...old..hhr Inquire.d flat 25O gal. per mln. gasoline driven FASTEST WORKINGELEPHANTS


Pvt.!- .bath APT..* pvt.FOB front RFVT': .a!rear I-rma..ntrane -., The KAI.RIT Nile Owl Plymouth Itp Tudoredan 1.15 platform centrifugal scale. 730 pump: lb.;capacity.2 sets I 2 lb. 25cj 2 lb. for 23c

Downntalra,preferred.modern' enn FOR. In Itt r''.*.. v.nl.ne.'oupl.* .Sli - - -
-h.ao A. A. Waln..I..h! Rt. I. mann
)tall Apts, Starke.
Bertha Pearre. JO& W. I Itp
St.. Burk.. Lot .1. IIta'.... Itp - - - .

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S S S .,
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Mrs. Nail Heath Sunday. '

Dedan Section I a business Mrs. L. trip L. Dyal to Gainesville and son mad Sat: 'Progressive Business and Civic-Minded People of Gainesville and Vicinity


.
urday.Mr.
By Mr.*. Ronnie Carlton

.. S S S I I and Mrs. Old Howard and'.I This 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 representative of

of: children of Fairbanks were visit The Telegraph based on public opinion. These people are all leaders in the Ir various lines of endeavor, and the co-operation of those citizens of Gainesville who helped to make this

The Elders of the Church ing Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelley;!!I dl'nnrtmpnt__.-__ n______ .nOllldhlA-_______ _i1l!_' _lrinl'prplv_n.._ --" -Ann.rr...-.,.!.-"...-.,-!.
Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints I Sunday.Mr. .

will hold a cottage meeting on and Mrs. R. R. Canton and
Sunday afternoon, April 10), at, daughters were visiting relatives James Malcolm & Sidney L. OwenThe belongs In this category i is MI I of the community.Mr. I A community is fortunate to Don Q. Mallard

3 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. in Lake Butler Sunday. James B. Latham Davis Sr. Gocek Is deserving ol),f number among its citizens men I It

T. D. Dyal. Everyone Is invited Mr."and Mrs. C. Tyler of Palat- Whiting true value of a citizen I is Gainesville owes much to those praise and this brief tribute I It of his type. We congratulatey t In critical times such aa these!'!

to attend. ka .were Sunday guests of Mr. and :Most cities!'! If they amount to, not gauged by his success but re I. pioneers of earlier days but each but just recognition of the man; James E. Wyche, on his splendid .. It takes business men of more

Leo Dyal and ion, Bobby spent Mrs. L. A. Fowler antI. Mr. and: much, are man-made. They do not ther by the manner in which h le succeeding generation must produce services which he has performed,d record of service and trust he I than average ability and optimism

the weekend visiting in Plant City. Mrs. Edd Palk. Just happen. It has been the realization shares that success by his contr 1 I- Its share of business and civic. in the way of civic and businesc shall continue to assist us formany to carry on their operations suc

Mrs. C. F. Padgett and Mrs. of Its more progressive citizens buttons to the community I n leaders to assure the continued I activities. His reputation for th years to come.Richard. cessfully. In making this state-
Mrs. E. E. Stokes wan visiting
:A. L. Crosby were<< shopping In that their city must grow and which he lives. A city grows an 4 growth and prosperity of thecity. successful conduct of his busi ment the man we have in mindIs
Starke Friday.Mr. her sister, Mrs. Harry Bleasdale, and be something; other flourishes according to the numbeof r ness Is no greater than his reputa Mr. Don Q. Mallard of the Mo-

and Mrs. T. W. Markey In Gainesville Saturday. than proaper just another place on the public spirited( men and women It is also the purpose of this tion for the honest practices which:h dern Mattress Factory, who has

Mrs.. L.V.. Sowell and Mr. and Rev. H. H. Matt of this section map, that has brought results who compose its populatlo:n review to call the attention of r characterize hla every transac- "Dick" WilliamsIt a wide circle of friends and cus-

Mra. C. S. Kelley enjoyed a fish filled his regular place at Beulah and made It possible for the city Mr. Sidney L. Owen of Suds Dr y our readers to some of these present .. tion. Is a privilege in the Gainesville tomers scattered throughout this

fry on the banks of Santa Fe Church Sunday.L. of Gainesville to be an outstanding cess In the business field to th e day leaders and in this instance We congratulate Edward B.Gocek review of entire district, many of whom reside -

River last Wednesday.Mr. Z. Williams of Dundee spent one, and for those within It to man who has given much toward'5 we particularly wish to point out on his splendid record. and trust' and firms that have progressive been such men in our own community.Mr. .

and Mrs. H. B. Cronby the weekend with his family of prosper.Mr. the development of Gainesville I. Mr. Latham Davis Jr., who la, that he shall continue to serve a great aid to the growth and Mallard's contagious optim.
this section. He has turned his personal success associated with his father In thee ; the people of his city and the
made a business trip to Starke James :Malcolm and Mr. development of this section of the Ism and freely expressed belief In
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tilghman James B Whiting of the Malcolm In the business field to th management of the University;!!, surrounding area. state to place such a man as Mr. the assured future prosperity of

Rev. Josh Long of Lakeland of Gainesville were visiting Mrs. Engineering & Const. Co., are two advantage of the people as a wholi C Chevrolet Co. Richard Williams of the Williams the people of Gainesville and Its

Bible Institute acted as supply Howard Matt and children Sunday. of those men to whom much credit and has accomplished much to- Mr. Davis' and his son are not R. Holt Howard Funeral Home Inc., on an equal metropolitan trading area 'are
ward his bette
pastor for Rev. Earl Willis' of The monthly W. M. S. meetingwill I must go for playing no small part in making which: to live.city a r alone in their efforts to Increase plane with all others in this rank. characteristics which are to be
bo held at Dedan Church In the growth and development of place the prestige of the city but they Gainesville bias attained a prominent In the past few men have exceeded appreciated In a progressive business -
Santa Fe at Dedan Church Sun- April 14, all members are urgedto Gainesville and vicinity. Mr. Owen's thorough knowledg'. are fine examples of the type of position In the business I him in contributing of man. Furthermore he has always -

be present. Malcolm and Whiting would be of every phase of the dry clean men whose combined efforts are and civic life of this section 01 r their time and energy to the onward taken an Interest in Gained-
day.The Intermediate B. T. U. class the last to mention. the matter Ing business has!'! raised him ti,<0 responsible for Gainesville's past the state because of the foresightof i progress of Gainesville and vine community affairs and has

of Dedan Church visited Boat- but when the call goes forth to a position of leadership in hi,8 and future prosperity. those men who bad the ability: the surrounding country. shown a willingness to shoulder

drain Church and held their class Make old stamp pad* work like rally round something worth while field of activities and gained foi' to envision the possibilities 01 Williams his share of the civic load.
Mr.
for
there Sunday night. for the community they are him recognition as one of thicity's the community and the trade ares many years It is men like Don Mallard
program with rubber I
pad Mrs. W.
n..w our xtamp buslneot Ralph DavisIt recognized as one of the more re-
more progressive i
It serves. And wide-awake. .
among the first to volunteer. But a pro who, because of the successful
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Milling of Ink. Four colors. 8Sc per Jar. Bradford We L liable funeral directors In this district -
their friends are outspoken in payIng men. compliment Sidney gressive man who justly should conduct of their business and private -
Mr. and Is coincidence that
Alachua no
were visiting County Telegraph. more still retains that distinctionin
Owen In this Gainesville review
I them this well-deserved trlbuie be included in this category la affair. and their willingness
than
I frequently the
and wish to offer him this smal I not people Mr. R. Holt tho admiration and respect of
ttnii ao Howard of the Nehi to contribute the public good
iney no oecaune or a who take a In
I evidence progressive part his wide circle of friends. Also
of public esteem.
thorough knowledge of their activi Bottling Co. are wholly deserving of a few
the civic and business life of their his Interest in and the very valuable
ties. Such men have many tlmea worda of commendation. We take
.
the who
city are same ones are assistance he has rendered
Successful in their own. business Bert L,. WetheringtorIn I preeminently successful 1n conduc. over proven their worth to the I to>> many projects of a civic nature pleasure in paying him this brief
James Malcolm and James. WhitIng their affairs. community both as business men tribute.
ting own private
reflects tho principles which he
are equally successful In the bestowing credit upon some V Such Is Mrs. and aa active workers in the civic,
% \ I '%\ of those progressive business mer, a personality RalphW. betterment and has always so successfully applied -
promotion of civic progress of the
V progr..ss.John Thomas of the Thomas Flower to his business affairs. R. B. Hamilton Jr.In .
of Gainesville who, In one way 01 r Shop. city. Mr. Howard haa earned the ,

JWJk FaustiniTo : another, have contributed their. food l will and respect of his fellow -, We congratulate Dick Williamson making this review of pro-
\ I bit to Improve both business and I Mrs. Thomas has proved very citizens for contributing his, his record and sincerely hope I gressive Gainesville business men

rr become generally acceptedas civic conditions, we wish to sa)P ably that she Is a florist of more bit to the general welfare of the that his career will be as useful and it Is fitting that :we should include

of a few words about Mr. Bert L. than average ability, for it Is city and the people aa a whole.It completely successful in the years of those
one those progressive business -I some men who by their
largely due to her progressive ahead aa it haa been in the
past.
of Wetherlneton of Wetherlngton'fService I is our duty to Include Holt have
men Gainesville who can methods aggressiveness definitely established -
V coupled with her sound
HAD A always be counaed upon to recognize : station. Howard in that group of progressive themselves in the business
WE TIMEGE"INGITUPHEKE and
practical Ideas that her flower
7 He has standard .
.- his duty to the home community set a for him. and floral and civic minded people S. M. Wall and civic life of the city.
1 self and the operation of hla business l.. shop services holds Its who have
done much for
and one who will readily so Such a man Is Mr. R. B. HamIlton -
-f that. under the existing conditions .. high position in the public's opinIon Gainesville and to the Recognized as an authority on
back his express Jr.
up sense of duty by active In the manager in Gaines
has been very difficultto this area. She has made her wish that he will continue for building and construction problems -
participation in or of the supportof business ville of the Orange State Oil Co.,
BUT WEKE NEN AND worthwhile civic movements maintain. However. that he hal I a "hobby" with the result many years to forge ahead with Mr. S. M. Wall. a leading distributors of Cities Service pro
done BO Is by the continued .. hat: she Is today one of the the contractor has turned his knowledge
proved success which he has -
Is an honor that can be proudly enjoyedin ducts, who also deserves an additional
WANT TilE NEIGH80KSTOI.KEVS borne. volume of business handledby I more popular florists In Gaines- the past. to advantage of the peopleof word of praise for being
his Pure Oil service station, ville giving to her patrons an excellence Gainesville and vicinity. .
Such a man Is :Mr. John Faus- more than just successful. He Is
tlnl much of which Is due to his un. of artistic service seldom More than that, Mr. Wall I.a Is
of the consistent
Sunshine Dairy Products Al HerndonMr. a and enthusiastic boos-
attention to detail and his equaled. who has been vital-
Inc. who ceasing I man always ter of the
a great many home community and In
times in the past has neglectedhis ability to cope with new and un. It Is true also that Connie Thomas : Al Herndon has proved ly Interested In the civic betterment his way has done much to>> advertise .
(.. does her share toward and of the and
own business and private affaires expected problems.Bert com his progressiveness by constantly progress city the city.
Wetherington Is also civic., munity improvement and has given has backed up his interest by lend.
adding to and
to lend a helping hand or to Increasing the Mr. Hamilton has pursued the
j SQe-n tGOODgeer/ contribute financially to civic pro- minded and has when asked,, freely of her time and energyo service' his service station: has I ing assistance in one form or another progressive policy of stepping up

jects. cheerfully cooperated on those : the promotion of those enterprises rendered to the people. The large, to the successful promotionof his business ahead of the times.

Mr. Faustinas friends are always civic activities) to which he has I which have benefltted the volume of business handled by many things which have benefited thus setting a pace for which he
been able to lend assistance. He city at large. We are glad to the community as a whole.
his CIties Service Service Station has
loaded with more than glad to have his assistance earned the reputation of beIng
The price of beer can be deserves the and will I voice our praise of whoIs Gainesville owes much to such
.. p I respect good a .woman proves that "service" to him la not men
because
.. of his constant a go-getter who does not sit
freight; or it can be loaded with flavor. cheerfulness and the enthusiasm I he has-earned and we and his successful in her own business just a "word" but something tobe for their part In making the city back and wait for business to

I : Ii : If you'd rather buy flavor instead of5f. and optimism which he InHtllla In : friends are confident that he will I and who haa time to give to community > rendered to the public to the the business center for this partof come to him.

.: freight; buy JAX Beer. JAX is especial- his fellow men. continue to maintain his high)I development. fullest extent of his ability.In the state. We are glad to pay tribute to

... jtl o ly tailored to the tastes of the South- These same estimable attributes standing In his line of business. addition to his close attention He has always been alert to R. B. Hamilton Jr., and to point,,

east. And because you don't pay extra -tin---ISC--* a_Ian_.m t\tAn___.. _.nnnll...... ift tt.. Tn.lMFauntlnl w.. Cornelius B. to his business affairs. Mr. the many opportunities for service out to our readers that hla sin-
for freight you get FIVE bottles of JAX In the management WJ o Stanford Y. Smith Herndon was never a man to dodge and more than ready to recognizeand cere desire to be of service coupled
for the of bottles of ""Long- Bohannon Jr.In accept his share of civic
FOUR
price his business with the out tandln..c his civic responsibilities and his re- with his aggressive method. are

Distance" shipped beer. success which Is known to us all There are a number of business I singling out some of the help in those matters has always sponsibilities. largely responsible for the stand-
and professional people In Gainesville been cheerfully given.He Because of these things. S. M.
It Is of
our pleasure to Include hir U more progressive business and Ing the Orange State Oil Co. in
JAX BREWING COMPANY JACKSONVILLE In this review of progress e who have gained recognition I professional men of Gainesville fully appreciates the valueof Wall has become accepted as the Gainesville area.
FLA.V. Gainesville business men and t 0 for their progre lveness. and a I ve would be censored should we good will and has more than a progressive business man who

give him all the credit which Is hi Ls well known Insurance man who I fall to include Mr. Cornelius B. his share of that intangible commodity Is an asset to both the business Clyde W. ChamberlainIn
just due. belongs In this category is Mr,, because of the manner In and civic life of the city and we
Bohannon Jr., of the Standard
Stanford Y. Smith of the Liberty;!! which he meets both business and trust he will continue for many
Oil Co. He is a man who has compiling this review of
Natl. Life Ins. Co. civic obligations. Ha Is a creditto years to serve the people of pro
A. Frank Green & never spared himself in his participation gressive Gainesville business peo-
Gainesville and
He Is well established In the t the community anti Is thorough. the surroundingarea
in both the ple, we have endeavored
business to select
Howard McKinneyTwo forefront of the business and civic Iy established in the forefront of: 1 in his present capacity
and civic activities of the city. those citizens!) who. by the mannerIn
life of his city. He l is an aggressive the business life of the city. ,..
of the better informed rca Li person. yet one whose genial I Mr. Bohannon has always been Al Herndon nan many friends G. H. StricklandMr. which they have conductedthemselves
and their businesses.
estate and Insurance executive:5 personality has earned for him conscious of his civic responsibilities In and around the city and 1 It ,
have earned for them<< of
of the city of Gainesville are Mr. and the Liberty Natl. Life Ins. and ever ready and willingto Is a pleasure to bring him beforeour G. H Strickland of the B. positions
leadership in their various fieldsof
A. Frank Green and Mr. Howan d Co., a host of friend. and policyholders meet in every detail those opportunities > readers in this review of progressive & S !Motor Co., Is one of those
activities. Such a man Is Mr.
McKinney of McKlnney-Green Inc i. in his district. which come to his Gainesville business men progressive used car dealers of
L They have been performing at The ethical l manner In which he, attention to further civic ent..rprl8e. Gainesville who has consistently Clyde W. Chamberlain of theModern

; essential service for the people o:f has conducted his business affairs,, He may well be proud of his Bailey F. WilliamsonThe forged ahead In his business. Home Appliances distributors -
of Bendix
achievements these lines., Norge and other
this district over a period of tim,a Is but one of the reasons for his along He has also put his shoulderto home

: and during that time they havi I outstanding success.In Cornelius B Bohannon Jr. deserves city of Gainesville assumed: the wheel of civic progress known appliances and his who frlenda is well and

made a great many friends both addition to his business activities a great deal of credit for the Its place of importance In this whenever help was needed to customers many
throughout this entire
_eI for themselves and for the companies Mr. Smith has also accepted honest and successful manner In "PI-t ion of the state because of the further enterprise promoted for district.Mr. .

they represent. his share of responsibility In aid- which he has conducted his business efforts of far-seeing business and the general betterment of the Chamberlain's interests have

I Green and McKinney have contributed Ing civic projects. As a result of affairs. He Is a friendly and professional men who have developed community.Mr. hot been
solely confined to his
considerable of their time,C the combined efforts of men like likable personality ;whose sincere the natural resources or., Strickland Isn't a man who business

,, and energy to the growth and I him Gainesville Is firmly established desire to be of service has gainedfor In some manner, extended! the was given to wishful thinking. His but own have also and Included private his affairs
contributions -
=not progress of Gainesville and this a In the minds of the people him a host of friends and acquaintances trade advantage of the locality.One methods are those of direct action
'"" ; In one form or another,
"""'- a district and have been content to) as the logical business center of In and around Gainesville of the men who has taken and whether the problem at hand
to those of
f \---.....: "" :"'/ <, take their reward In the quiet I this section of the state who would if given the opportunity an important part In many progressive Is one concerning his own businessor which come projects within a the civic nature of

'- == knowledge of a work well done I We congratulate Stanford Y. join us In wishing him I ; movements Is Mr. Bailey that of a civic nature he at- his activities.Mr. scope

,, and the respect and admiration I Smith on his success In business many more years of continued F. Williamson of the B. F. Williamson tacks it with optimism and a Chamberlain Is a man of wide

I ::::- of their many friends. and civic affairs and trust he success. Co. vigorous enthusiasm. Add to this ,experience whose exploits in the

The value of such people to, will continue for many years to I Mr. Williamson devotes muchof his acknowledged business ability business and civic life of Gain"" .

I their city and the surrounding enjoy that success which he has M. G. TaylorThere his time and c---I -- .. territory cannot be overestimated. justly earned. growth and development of Gainesville It la easily understood why he Is
u. ..... I passing attention and the writers
1... j 'G Their willingness to perform in the are many men In their and this district. and It Is almost Invariably successful In I l privileged to pay this brief

I interest of the community as a Sidney GrossmanWe chosen fields who have gained fitting at this time that we attempt business or other matters. I tribute to a man who deserves

t'G; )IOuc..". ,' whole is one of their most admirable recognition for the progressivemanner to express in a small way We feel (1t Is our duty to call the more credit than Is accorded him

''i 'W' 'f SUR...",rri characteristics and they' wish In this edition to pay << In which they have conducted our appreciation for his unselfish 'attention of our readers to those I rare.
\ ''-'>; \\estlnghousc1JIR'UJatfN61 have often made personal sacrifices tribute to Mr. Sidney Grossmanof their business and accepted contributions to the general wel. worthwhile characteristics of G. H.

1; In order to contribute te, the Gainesville Plug. Sup. Co., their civic responsibilities but fare of the community.He Strickland and pay a well deserved Tfto\CIIERS'I\\'e mow nave

t the general welfare., and the Gainesville Scrap Iron & who will not permit much to be la a man of wide acquaintance tribute for his straightforward I hat: hard-to-get practice paper

We congratulate Howard McKinney ., Metal Co., for his many services snld of their achievements.But whose many friends admire business methods and for the unselfish I for students, ruled and p..... InD

8a7atM1 iV6' and Frank Green on their, to: the city of Gainesville and his I In reviewing a group of and respect in him those virtues Interest he has shown in I x 12 .size, 8.1' cents per mass.-

splendid reputations rnd wish for, splendid record of achievements in such citizens we must include Mr. which Inspire confidence and promote public welfare. Bradford County Telegraph.

The biggest cooking news in a decade! $329 95 them continued successful careersas he: business life of the city. M. G. Taylor a well known good feeling. His upright

Here's new capacity, new convenience leaders in the real estate and, !Mr. Grossman probably has!'! as civil engineer and surveyor of business methods are but an out --. _
kitchen Insurance field In this district wide a circle of friends as any other Gainesville<< who has always done ward reflection of his Inherent
for !
Once
p. your you see the OIM" MODUS man we could name, because he his work effectively even thoughIt appreciation for fair practices

't.; fresh, sparkling beauty of the big, Ledger K. Walker Is juat naturally the kind of man has been accomplished in an We congratulate Bailey Williamson -

.new Westinghouse-it will be your to who makes friends with almost unobtrusive manner. on his splendid record of serv- "

first choice {forever I Logically a man who has earned everybody, and Is at pains to conduct I Mr. Taylor, busy as he la. always ice and wish for him continued \

I $210.95 the reputation of being one of himself 11*' such a manner as manages. somehow or other success. 2\:

Gainesville's more progressive furniture to deserve the respect and goodwill to do his bit In any movement :: t

dealers would in so doing of all who know him. calculated to benefit the community James F. Wyche ., ;:.4lI \ ,' .,

SUIUct have earned the friendship and Gainesville Is fortunate in being as a whole. His modesty. however ...\ ,

:W'' (OOI"IG good will of a great many people able to number among its more << will not permit<< him to say In paying tribute to some of the ..--- '.
OVINCIE NIp (Aut"" throughout this entire district. A progressive business! people citiz- the things about himself whichare more progressive business men of .-- \

1 man who justly deserves that distinction ens of this type. said by his friends, who would Gainesville. we would be remissIn <<

.... ..(11\1.. .... Is modest effeclent. He Is always ready and willing tell you that his professional ronduot our duty were we to fall to Include

erg4 L\\ lie"" '" \\JI h"fuU..tze friendly Ledger K. Walker of the, to lend Ma support to the promo- Is a credit to his high sense Mr. James F. Wycheof PAINT ) I

Corox :r'" Mutual Furniture Co., who numbers tion of any project which promises of honor.Ve the Wyche Machine Shop,

taV Ur many of our readers as some to benefit this entire district. He \ do not hesitate to recommend whose business ability Is no greater .
room for of his best customers.Mr. may be depended upon, and his M. G. Taylor to our readers than the "know how" and
,
SIA"I.uI \ \ .\) Walker Is the type! of man services to the people are too as a citizen who continues at I mechanical skill which has contrib-

r OO"IIG. r who would be an asset to any, many in number to be described all times to work to the advantageof uted to his well-earned success.

,. (010\\, Q'-l; community, not only because the, here It may be sufficient to say the people of this entire dis Mr. Wyche Is also a man who

,, successful conduct of his business, that we consider Sidney Gross- trict. has contributed generously to the DIVE FOR COVER !
,
s.1t.. THIS STAIniNG i.Niw; welfare of Gainesville and the
plays a definite part In the gen- man an asset to the community
eral civic scheme, but because the. and a progressive business man community for many miles around.
:
o.Ic.g: 're\-A.\Ge\aD SIMPLIFIED CEIY"Westingjhouse Edward S. Gocek Cover your house with coolness with our
; ultimate measure of his value to, of whom his city may be proud. His civic spirit is evidenced by Sherwin-Williams Paint. Consult

h&uott\ his city and this district lies In Recognized aa one of the more the many services he has per our friendly

the fact that he Is untiringly zeal Latham Davis Sr. & Jr.j I nrogresalve bmlneis!' men of formed and which h. continuesto experts for the right Heat Reflecting: Color.
V Look Color Charts this
over our week.V
In the interest of the
f ous and remarkably successful In Gainesville, Mr. Edward S. Gocek perform

II the promotion of civic progress.It ., When a city like of The Radio Exchange. performsa people as a whole. No worth, SUPPORT THE CANCER DRIVE !
. would be hard to estimate the has Galnesvlll"l I while enterprise which promisesto
Balance gained recognition real service for the people of his
15 Percent Down On Easy Terms
actual dollars-and-centa value ol the metropolitan city and this district,and his many benefit the community escapeshla

such a man to his community.We for many square miles of the surrounding I I contributions to civic bettermentare << attention.He .

C. H. DRIGGERS Furniture Co. congratulate the people 01(, country. It is because of too well known to require U a man of wide acquaintance TAR.KE*
.
Gainesville for numbering among the foresight of those pioneers of repetition in these columns. His whose many friends admire

their more progressive citizens I earlier days who had the vision personal success has been turned and respect In him those virtues

. Telephone 43 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. such a man as Ledger<< K. Walker to reallxe the possibilities of their to the advantage of his fellow<< which Inspire confidence and pro BUILDERS' SUPPLIES

TIO MA10NI... ....y "mm<,ln.. M....' *...h ',lei.,... Ale N........ he and will we enjoy also express many more the wish years that of;, and city courage and who to also work had for the the ability fulfillment citizens assist and any he enterprise Is always which readyto business mote good method feeling.are HIs a credit upright to m ; S.A.L. DEPOT..C7d&.45w.f ..

M'i1UNl" V success and prosperity. of that vision; a man who promises to advance the welfare his Inherent sense of fair play .:-. I 1

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BRADFORD COfNTY TTXEOR.irif. STARKR.: FLORID PACE: SEVEN

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I (I- t attended church Wateroak and
Presbyterian ChurchPalm Baptist Church at _""f'1 -
icIi School Notes had dinner with Mr and Mrs.

Sunday Services In th e, I "Victory over Sin" Is the sermon SunnybrookBy Frank Norman. PHONE 218

Presbyterian Church at 11 a.m. topic by the Pastor at the e (Continued from page 2) Eddie Cain of Gainesville was

The Senior Choir will sing "Th I First Baptist Sunday morning Wanda ('roeby visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby COLO NIALFLORIST
Palms" and render other appropriate -. This 1 is the second in the current t t talnment committee were Carolyn . . Saturday night and was accompanied

music. Mrs. Edward Char series of April messages for the Edwards and Jean Parker. home by hla wife and

bonneau our guest soloist., will!:I Easter season. The story of th ee SPRING SPORTSIN "lftDN'I of S"ortl Drill baby who had spent two weeks

-.' sing a sacred selection. The Themeof cross old yet ever new. and thf, :' SPOTLIGHT NOW Mary Alyce and Lavon Crosby with her parents.
the sermon la "A Great Populai means of salvation. The choli\! .
Now that basketball and football Intermediate Members of CorinthB.
St. Mark's Episcopal Christian Church Demonstration". We Invite visitors will be directed by Mrs. Lucille I
seasons are over Bradford T. U., won the honor of the Abbott & Costello
,
and to attend Green with Mrs. Mona Canovaat
urge everyone
Rev. B. E. Simmons., B. D., \lca r The Revival under the leadership some church on Palm Sunday.The the organ. spring High School(ports la,-looking track forward and base to elimination Sword Drill at the In 'Mexican Hayride' (j)

Friday April 8-7:30: a.m. Hol;y of evangelist M. B. Miller Young Ladle. Circle ha Sunday evening the Happy Houi B. T. U. Mass Meeting: held In Coming To Park

Communion followed by breakfast has made a fine start with service. provided a Nursery and .will,. care will feature the Youth Choir directed ball.B. H. S. will enter a track meet the First Baptist Church: In Starke i
for the for the little children so that mothers by Mrs. Mann and the Monday nljht.'f' are proudof
young people In th Parish House. may attend the worship, Hymn chorus request period led our young people as they com. FLOWERSFOR
boys who probably will compel Say to
the I
screen of the
Sunday rile of Christian baptism will be service. by the plano-organ-duo of :Mrs. poled with all the churches of theNew Park
April 10-10 Churcl Carl Glenn Conner
a.m. 1 are: Johns Theatre In ALL, OCCASIONS
administered Morse and Mrs. Mann. The message River Association. "Mexican Hayride",
School. Nursery and Kinder Sunday afternoon in Sunday School: ) at 9:43.: Cometo Billy Cressler. Clayton Strickland I
garten departments in the Parish .. Hampton Lake. our growing Sunday School. by the Pastor will be th:; Jack Hazen Jack Wainwright. They are eligible for the State elaborate movie version of the DISH GARDENS
Educators Insist, that both heart searching evangelistic message District Meeting In Lake in hilarious musical success that ran
House. Primary Junior am I Bible school, 10 am. Sermons Donald Bennett, Carl Johns and : City
"Who Owns You? for 16 months POTTERYPOTTED
Intermediate and mind need Instruction.: The Aprtl. on Broadway.
Howe.
departments I Ir Jimmy
by the
evangelist at 11 and!
a.m. School meets at 0:43: :
large class for Adults has demon Sunday Hundreds of special
in the church. There are about 26 boys out atmosphereplayer
8 p.m. with and classes for Mrs. Alllen Moore of Tampa and' PLANTS
strated that men as well as women departments for track and Coach Hobbs say appear in the burlesque
11 a.m. Morning Prayer anc I Sunrise Easter service at Hampton can become Interested In all ages. Junior and Intermediates Mrs. Margaret Brown of Plant bull ring and the setting .
sequences
he will try to enter all boys In FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
sermon by the Rev. S. W. Crea ..
City were visiting Mr. and Mrs.I
meet In Jackson Street :
annexes. .
Lake Easter Sunday morning. Bible Study. Attendance of men some event. are said to be the most
sey. Should It be the exceeded that of women last Sun Training Unions gather at 6:15: for The baseball team coached bv Bob Halslop last weekend. spectacular ever seen In an Abbott
6:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship I Ir raining service .' day. Mr. Turney. our seasoned discussion and program. Mr. Funderburk. looks good. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly t Costeilo comedy.
cooperation with the ol r will be held' In the Church. the regular and Mrs Bob Nona St Starke
youth teacher of the Bible reported an Tuesday evening Halalop and
Funderburk says B. H. S. will 1011"1 l I Musical score for the stage production
the Presbyterian Church at th The pastor J. B. Dixon extends. attendance of over 40 present last series of religious moving pictures enter the District Tournament and !Mrs Fred Halalop was written by Cole Porter.

Presbyterian Church. a cordial Invitation to the publicIn week. Plan to( attend this Palm will show from the Life of and may compete In the Suwannee church at Johnstown >, .

Tuesday April 12-8 p..m. Midweek general to attend all these Sunday. Christ "Fishers, of Men", also" Conference Coach assures the night. I

Lenton service services. The Junior Westminster Fellow travelougea In color. There la no members they will have toughpractice Cpl. Neal Crosby and S. Sgt.

Thursday. April 14-7:30: a.m. Holy ship Invites the young people to admission charge because he wants a good Halman of Elgin Field are upending .
communion followed by CHURCH OF JESUS' CHRIST attend each Sunday at 6:30: and Mid-week service will be held Learn or none at all their furlough with relatives. The Subject Of Pastor Dob

breakfast for the young people OF LATTER DAY SAINTSThe study Bible heroes with them. auditorium Wednesday with at 7.30: the In the church The old members back this year Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Thomas of Gray's Sermon Sunday At
by
la the Parish House. Easter Sunrise Service on Easter message are: Jack Wainwrlght who Starke, spent Sunday with his
The church la Church of Jesus Christ of morn at 6:30.: The first rehearsal the Pastor. During the week the changed from third base to catcher brother-in-law and sinter Mr, and 7:30 P. M. Will Be:
open dally for Latter Day Saints will hold Sunday for the Easter play will First Baptist Church will cooperate : Jack Eaves, who changed from Mrs. Lois Newmans.
and
prayer meditation. School in the'USO be held In the Presbyterian Churchon with the other churches of second base to shor'stop; Jimmy "
building on Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and "DROP DEAD!
the In the
Friday evening at 7:30: o'clock. city observing mid-day
CHrBCH OF CHRIST Temple Ave. each Sunday morn- Godwin who Is pitching\ this year: sons were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
services held at the First Methodist
Ing at 10 o'clock. Everybody wel All taking part are urged to at George Roberts James Philips. David Kelly In Starke Saturday.Mr. .
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday come. tend. Greet the Easter Morn withus. Church.A Frank Dryden and Bert Newcomb FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
and Mrs. William
cordial Invitation is extendedto Crosbyand ,
Although this service Is
church Service 11 a.m. Sunday sponsored New members are: Jack Hazen
all to at all services children were visiting her mother -
Bvenlng Service 7:49 by St. Mark's Episcopal and worship( a new and good pitcher, FayDurba.n. 11:00 A. 11.rhe
: p.m. Sunday CHURCH OF GOD the First Presbyterian Churches held and to plan to 'attend the Clayton Strickland. Paul; Mrs. Vera Alston in Lake : Loving Shepherd"

Bible Study l li every Wednesday Rev. L S. Williams Pastor the: whole community Is Invited. Easter services of the following Carter and Charles Cooley. Butler Friday. 10:00: A. M.: Bible School 6:301'. M.: R.T. U.
Sunday. Glad to know Howard Brown
at 7:45CATHOLIC" The! Rev. MaJcom Smith will meet with the TOMB
: 8th & St. Clair St). ( *
At The TabernacleThe Is BETA CLrn NOTE*
HOLINESS People In Training Union at 6SO P. M.)
Sunday School 10 a.m. PENTECOSTAL: sunltorium.
CHURCH ( New members who were recently
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. sixteenth Anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby
Inducted Into the B. H. 8. Beta
Sunday Mass 10 a.m. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m.Y. the establishing of the work of the 10th St. and Temple Ave.
Sunday School 11 a.m. P. E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Mission Hall and Tabernacle will Sunday School 9:43: a. m.: Morning Club are: JoAnn Dinkins Jerry I- -
Week' Mass 8:30 be observed Friday night. April Warship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Sapp', Joyce Newaome, Dolores
Day : a.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. "
15, at 7:30.: An unusual programof Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone McKnIght. Doris Norman. Nancy ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP CAMP BLANDING

-P----- .. -.- y -n- ."- Instrumental music, songs and welcome. Hl'lnlz. Peggy Cozatt Grace I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE recitations will be presented.. Rehearsals Dickinson Harold Norman Ken
neth Grlder, Jean Parker, Betty WE LOWERED OUR PRICES-
are being held In preparation Deeds Recorded
for the event. An out of Powell Sharon Sapp. Betty Anne
. "Ia The Heart of Town Aad la The Hearts town Speaker will also be on the T. L. Casey of Starke to Sherman Flynn Marian McRae Jimmy LET OTHERS FOLLOW !

ef The People"A program as well as some of the J. Rudd of Sanderson: 8p Lee. Edith Fowler.

attendants on the first service. acres in Sect. 30, Twp. 7 S, Range Committeeshave been appointed
The weekend services were conducted 21 E. and plans are In progress
SEASONED LUMBERSHEATHING
Souther Baptist Church For All reepleSunday by Assistant Raymond ;J. Lloyd Lee Johnson of Starketo for' beginning our semester project

Gomes Friday night the subjectwas W. F. Blume of Starke: 2 the making of a Student

School 9:45 TraUlag Uahms 8:1.: "Fire". The Sunday morning acres in the SW1-4 of the SE1-4 Handbook.The .

Morning Wenhlp Evening!! Hour 7:34)) message was taken from the of Sect 29. Twp. 8 S, Range 22 E. State Convention Is being $
first chapter of first Corinthians N. Sternberg of Daytona Beachto held May 6 and 7 at the New I $2500

11:90 Wed. Mid-Week Service 7:30 and concerned the "Foolishness of Mural Nan Gardner and Jacqueline Florida Hotel In Lakeland. The 1 lx3andlx4 1 . . . . . . 1000
Preaching". A Moorer of Starke: lot delegates four Seniors and one

In the evening the subject was and 3 unit apt. house with furnishings new member, will attend. Theyare
A. M.: "Victory Over Sin" P. M.:,"Who Owns You?" "Water" and was used most effectively and fixtures at 213 S. : Idell Landrum. Lewis flames PINE FRAMING

and a splendid lesson was Water St.Joyce I Vivian McRae Martha Home, and $
Religious Picture "Fishers of Men" Tues., 7:15 P.M. Marian McRae., dimensions' $50
taught through the application to T. Futch of Bradford Co. following 1000
-- the Word. Even the elements to R. L. Bradley of Lawtey: 2 2x4's,2x6's,2x8's,2x 10's, 2x 12'5.-. per .
seemed to be in sympathy with acres W of the right of way of 4th GRADE: IN MEXICOMrs. :
"Vl lt The Church With The Visiting Pastor" the subject and "showers of bless State Rd. 13 being In Sect. 23 Norman's fourth grade has $ 00

... _ _ _,_ .. OJ ings" were received. I & 26, Twp. 5 S. R 22 E. just returned from an adventurous $35 \
trip to Mexico. As funny as this ?INE FLOORING . . . : : per 10f'a?'
may sound It Is true. Since they

have been working on a project CRATING LUMBER-$25 per 1,000 BD. FT.! .,

each about student's Mexico' mind for was four In weeks Mexico All other sizes from 1 1x2 to 6x6 at prices you cannot beat! '

though his body was In Starke. ii ,

While studying about the Mexicans I ATTIC FANSv
and the way they live, the
class as a whole made many Interesting

Nootherscompete Pueblo articles lovely such placques an a Mexican with- GET THEM EARLY AT PRICES YOU I

Mexican decals on them painted /4s//
CANNOT MATCH ANYWHERE!
gourds and hats In very.gay I
| colors Some of the girls brought /

when material from home and made 30 Inch .-. . '". . . $22.50 I
long skirts and head shawl On ,'

you compare these they stenciled donkeys 36 Inch . . . . 29.75
sombreros and cacti. All agree

that they had a lovely trip. 42 Inch . . . . . 32.75


INTERNES: AT II. If. H. 72 Inch . . . . 84.50 ;
Compare Features Because of the program set up r

at the University of Florida B II f Met_ Alt, Available. Smell lat r. Cell -f I

No oilier tine of trucks in its price range has all these features! S. now has four Internes- -students :
who are receiving teachertraining STEEL RAIL
4-Speed Synchro-Mesh Transmission Splined Rear Axle Hub Connection under the direction of experienced I
PICNIC IN YOUR OWN YARD!
Foot-Operated Parking Brake Steering Column Gear members of the B. H. Ideal for Use in Cattle Gap

S. faculty. The Internes are: Mr. PRICED TO SELL!
shift The Cab That "Breathes" Full-floating Hypoid Rear Axle Wallace Interning In science with PICNIC TABLES
ASK ABOUT IT TODAY?
Articulated Brake-Shoe Linkage.Compare a Mr. Nagle; !Mr.\ Battaglia In Mrs.
i. Smith's history classes; and Misses Water "' $275 tar
Rawllnson and Dukes In
the elementary
-
school under the direction Cooling '-- '
Quality of Mrs. Pellum and Mrs. LIIiIiDD
Sewell. Fountain

There's an extra measure of massive strength and durability in When asked what they noticed ..

first about B. H. S., the teachers- SUPPLIESGARAGE "'t
Chevrolet trucks. They're built to take rough going in every feature y
? of-the-future
had various answers:
of body cab engine and chassis. HIM Rawllnnnn "The efficiencywith $9.75

,which busses load and unload
and the between SHEETROCK
cooperation
w..... c.biiMf with .Ittc.
Compare Performance principals and faculty impressedme. DOORS \used tee c......_.... Side
." .rat fcetlme. ....'. .t.ckuJ. GYPLAP
!Miss Duke! "I was wonderfully EXCEPTIONAL BUY!
There's more power with economy in the Thrift-Master and Load- pleased to be accepted as a temporary Are "'.1)'. U.. tfcii .i.. $ A 50 TOILETS WALLBOARD

Master Valve-In-Head enlinesChevrolet's twin champions for ? ., member of the faculty c.f ...... dews N I ..,
rather than be considered just a nuSH I VALVE 25miMrf eke.wsd
:' low-cost operation low-cost upkeep. w.. student from the IT of F. CELOTEX b"',1 larula.. IMCLUMD
,,.. .'' .. ., $19.00 ..' M.
.
Mr. Ba taIUt
: "The friendly attitude
..
Vltr C 0 I a
that exists, here % tbkbsa. 2Hc H iM .........,
seems unusual Maw.
at the lowest 'list to me." 1. "IeL.... .. 5. HMi .8>i.4Atyp leas I 1 SERVJCE SINKS
..,...
; Mr. Wallace i "The students at Isa."I.1. roll rim $12'G
: PRICES ". . .
B. H. S. are fine kids" 12.50 j Z. .20
.11 work Only >.iy few t. tBENCHES

; in the entire truck field' SPORTRArTSHere's I _- WORTH S1I NtW!

a Junior he is cute. Yep DOUBLE HUNG
he's our football star! He Is In BUY A U I. 10. en4 12 fMt IM.HM.fee .
), WINDOWS 1..1 fh_". .. $100with'
flu"hlgham's homeroom and
chwcliet ee sports a pretty scarlet sweater. HOME!

Bradford couldn't do without his I-if:: FRAMES
i CHEVROLETTRUCKS humorous personality and his EawTerms ROLLER CONVEYORS
/ THERE'S A CHEVROLET TRUCK FOR gay $ 95 .....
ways. Yea slrf C. C Is $ fe, Mirf h.fidlm. HUMS**
fellow a super- 1 O-3'/2 Gal.I PvrcneEXTINGUISHERS flr ........* .th., lr...... U 12".
duper auk one around
EVERY JOB. with capacities from Bradford any ,. Lite If.".*"*"). E.e.n.at! ..a- .." a. 14" width 10 ft weiwaa4.
...... ft.
High.Ruth .*. meld/ for Immediate I. ..tI..I.... fer USED .' $2.00 *
ToomeyMOTIIEB.9 ""O Hi-press." ibpe NEW (Hill) cr.Nd> $J.OO..rrt
4'OOU"'G'V'W'1 I ell hN..l fire* npecxll* ch.micel
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;. 9 Lit. f.m'l $1395 OVERHEAD
: : Register Tit* .
SIN(:I E \ 3 H albs. w.e with J fl7'H ?
; New Baby For ValoaMo SASH 'Sf I'!: .e...i.4 c.lt. .. m.%* r FIXTURES
i Gift At Oar Store I
: I GALVANIZED e..._ .Irta reNM. !reM .....
I .. y $1.45 I SHEET IRON hire pt,_ ..... ......."13"Gela. oil.$1'5-

Wt metel .....*.. A,,. $10O .rse'..
I .H.." ", ...4 "...", .".., .,IIe.. pN..sA. .f ..".. c*,/. MORE. CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN USE ) s_. b.re.. a J.".94** .. ti.. oclh Ncb .. ....

I THAN ANY OTHER MAKE I 1.94adrts' Black, Galvanized, Soil
FITTINGS
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From Birth to U Yean Old


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a Mrs. Nail Heath Sunday.

Dedan Section ,urday.Mr.business Mrs.. L. trip L. Dyal to Gainesville and son madea Sat. 'Progressive Business and Civic-Minded People of Gainesville and VicinityThis


By Mm. taste carlton

I and Mrs. Old Howard and 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 representative of

The Elders of the Church o,f lug children Mr. of and Fairbanks Mrs. Clyde were Kelley visit- department The Telegraph possible based is on sincerely public opinion.appreciated.These people are all leaders! in their various lines of endeavor and the co-operation of those citizens of Gainesville who helped to make this

Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saint I Sunday.
will hold a cottage meeting 01:n
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carlton and
Sunday afternoon, April ip, a t daughters were visiting relatives James Malcolm & Sidney L. OwenThe belongs In this category Is Mr,.1 of the community. I A community is fortunate to Don Q. MallardIn
3 o'clock at the home of Mra' '' In Lake Butler Sunday. Latham Davis Sr. Mr. Gocek \s| deserving ol f number among its citizens men
James B.
Whiting
T. D. Dyal. Everyone la invltcito Mr.'and Mrs. C. Tyler of Palat-! true value of a citizen. 1 IsI Gainesville owes much to thos e praise and this brief tribute ih I la: of his type. We congratulateJames critical times such as these

attend. ka were Sunday guests of Mr. and Most cities, If they amount t o I not gauged by his success but rather pioneers of earlier days but sac but just recognition of the many: E. Wyche, on his splendid it takes business men of more
Leo Dyal and son, Bobby span t Mrs. L. A. Fowler and Mr. and much are man-made. They do not by the manner In which he succeeding generation must produce services which he has performed record of service and trust he than average ability and optimismto
the weekend visiting In Plant CltjMrs. Mrs. Edd Palk. just happen. It has been the realization shares that success by his contributions its share of business and civl in the way of civic and buslnest< shall continue to assist ua fore carry on their operations suc

C. F, Padgett and Mra' ; Mrs. E. E. Stokes wan visiting of Its more progressive citizens to the community In leaders to assure the continue d: activities. His reputation for th, many years to come. cessfully. In making this state

A. L. Crosby were shopping f li her sister Mrs. Harry Bleasdale that their city must grow and!I which he lives. A city grows and growth and prosperity of th4city. successful conduct of his business ment the man we have in mindIs

Starke Friday. in Gainesville, Saturday. prosper and be something: other flourishes according to the number Is no greater than his reputa, Richard"Dick" I Mr. Don Q. Mallard of the Mo-

Mr. and Mrs. T W. Markey than just another place on the I of public spirited men and women It l Is also the purpose of thl tion for the honest practices which dern Mattress Factory, who hasa
:Mrs. L. W. Sowell and Mr. h Rev. H. H. Matt of this section map, that has brought results I who compose Its population review to call the attention 01 f characterize his every transac WilliamsIt wide circle of friends and cus-

:Mrs. C. S. Kelley enjoyed a flal filled his regular place at Beulah and made It possible for the city Mr. Sidney L,. Owen of Sid's Dry our readers to some of these present lion in the Gainesville tomers scattered throughout this
fry on the banks of Santa F,S Church Sunday. I of Gainesville to be an outstandingone cess In the business field to the day leaders and in this Instance We congratulate Edward S.Gocek Is a privilege entire district many of whom reside -

River last Wednesday. L. Z. Williams of Dundee spent and for those within It to man who has given much towardsthe we particularly wish to point out on his splendid record, and trust! review of progressive been such men in our own community.
and that have
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. ..Crosbjmade the weekend with his family of prosper.Mr. development of Gainesville Mr. Latham Davis Jr., who I I. that he shall continue to serve a great firms aid to the growth and Mr. Mallard's contagious optimIsm .
a business trip to Stark.e this section. James Malcolm and Mr. He has turned his personal success associated with his father In the the people of his city and the development of this section of the and freely expressed belief In
Monday.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tilghman James B Whiting of the Malcolm in the business field to the management of the University surrounding area. Mr. the assured future prosperity of
state to place such a man aa
Josh Long of Lakelanc I of Gainesville were visiting Mrs. Engineering &: Const. Co., are two advantage of the people as a whole Chevrolet Co. Richard Williams of the Williams the people of Gainesville and its

Bible Institute acted aa supplj y Howard Matt and children Sunday. of those men to whom much credit and has accomplished much toward Mr. Davis and his son are not R. Holt Howard Funeral Home Inc., on an equal metropolitan trading area 'are

pastor for Rev. Earl Willis oSanta f willThe monthly W M. S. meeting must go for playing no small partin In making which to his live.city a better alone In their efforts to Increase plane with all others In this rank. characteristic's which are to be

Fe Dedan Church Sun be held at Dedan Church the growth and development of place Mr. Owen's the prestige of the city but they Gainesville has attained a prominent In the past, few men have exceeded appreciated in a progressive business -
at April 14, all members are urgedto Gainesville: and vicinity thorough knowledge are fine examples of the type of position in the business I him in contributing of man. Furthermore he has always -
Malcolm would be of every phase of the dry clean- and civic life taken interest In Gainesville -
day.The be present and Whiting men whose combined efforts are of this section of their time and energy to the onward an
Intermediate B. T. U. clasi the last to mention. the matter, Ing business has raised him to responsible for Gainesville' past the state because of the foresightof progress of Gainesville and community affairs and has
of Dedan Church 'visited Boat but when the call goes forth to a position of leadership In his and future prosperity those men who had the abilityto the surrounding country. shown a willingness to shoulder
clam round worth while field of activities and gained for envision the of his share of the civic load.
drain Church and held their Make old stamp pad. work like rally something possibilities
'
Mr. Williams for
program there Sunday night. new with our rubber stamp pad for the community, they are him recognition as one of thecity's Mrs. Ralph W. DavisIt the community and the trade area of the many more re-I I It is men like Don Mallard
recognized as
businessmen. one
more progressive
the first to volunteer. But It serves. And wide-awake who, because of the successful
among a
progressive
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Milling ol f Ink. Four colors. S5c per Jar. Brad We liable funeral directors In this dis-
compliment Sidney L
their friends are outspoken In payIng man who justly should conduct of their business and private -
Mr and ford la coincidence
Alachua were visiting County Telegraph. Owen In this Gainesville review no that more trict, still retains that distinction
them this well-deserved trib- than be included In this category is affairs and their willingness
and wish to offer him- small: frequently not the people in the admiration and respect of
ute, and they do so because of a this who take Mr. R. Holt Howard of the Nehl to contribute .to the public good,
in
evidence a progressive part Ills wide circle of friends. Also
of public esteem.
thorough knowledge of their activi Bottling Co. are wholly deserving of a few
the civic and business life of their his interest In and the very valuable -
ties. Such men have many times words of commendation. We take
city are the same ones who are assistance he has renderedto
Successful. In their own business Bert Lj. WetheringtonIn preeminently successful conduc over proven their worth to the pleasure in paying him this brief
projects of a civic nature
many
James Malcolm and James Whit- community both as business men tribute.
their
e ting own private affairs. reflects the principles which he
.I ':: Ing are equally successful In the bestowing credit upon some Such a Is Mrs. and as active workers in the civic
u personality RalphW. has
1 % always so successfully
promotion of civic progress. of those progressive business men Thomas of the Thomas Flower betterment and progress of the to his business affairs applied R. B. Hamilton, Jr.
t'x of Gainesville who, In one way or city. Mr. Howard has earned the

-:7: John FaustiniTo another, have contributed their Shop.Mrs.. good will and respect of his fellow We, congratulate Dick Williams I In making this review of progressive
bit to Improve both business and Thomas has proved very citizens for contributing his on his record and sincerely hope Gainesville business men

:. become generally accepted civic conditions, we wish to say ably that she Is a florist of more bit to the general welfare of the that his career will be as useful and it Is fitting that :we should include
a few words about Mr. Bert L. than average ability, for it is completely successful In the
as one of those progressive business -' city and the people as a whole.It yearsahead some of those men who by their
of largely due to her progressive as it has been In the past.
Wetherlneton Wethcrington'sService Is
men of Gainesville who can methods our duty to Include Holt aggressiveness have definitely es-
always be counaed to station. coupled with her sound Howard in that group of progressive tablished themselves in the bust-
We HAD A TIME upon recognize
< : his duty to the home com- He has set a standard for him and practical and Ideas that her flower and civic minded people S. M. Wall ness and civic life of the city.

UP//ERE<7// -# munity, and one who will readily self and the operation of his busi shop floral services holds its who have done so much for Such a man Is Mr. R. B. Hamilton -
In
GETTING high position the
back up his sense of duty by active ness that, under the existing con- I in this public's opinion Gainesville and to express the Recognized as an authority on Jr., the manager In Gainesville -
She
participation In'or of the support ditions, has been very difficultto i business area. has made her wish that he will continue for building and construction problems of the Orange State Oil Co.,
8I/TWERENEIV AND J of worthwhile civic movements maintain. However, that he has a "hobby" with the result many years to forge ahead with Mr. S. M. Wall, a leading distributors of Cities Service products -
done so Is proved by the continued that she Is today one of the the which contractor, has turned Ms knowledge -
Is an honor that can be proudly I success he has enjoyedIn who also deserves an ad-
WANT Till NEIGH80KS borne. volume of business handledby more popular florists in Gaines the past. to advantage of the people ditional word of praise for being
his Pure Oil service station, ville giving to her patrons an excellence of Gainesville and vicinity. .
Such a man Is Mr. John Fauntinl more than just successful He Is
Q much of which Is due to his un- of artistic service seldom I More than that, Mr. Wall Is
of the Sunshine Dairy Products Al Herndon a consistent and enthusiastic booster
ceasing attention to detail and his equaled.It who has been vitally
Inc., who a great many a man always of the home community and In
"." times In the past has neglectedhis ability to cope with new and un Is true also that Connie Thomas Mr. Al Herndon has proved interested In the civic better his way has done much to adver-

TOUfCG0OD8eer{ own business and private affaires expected problems does her share toward com his progressiveness by constantly ment and progress of the city and tise the city.

to lend a helping hand or to Bert Wetherington Is also clvlc- munity improvement and has given adding to and Increasing has backed up his mterest by lend Mr. Hamilton has pursued the

I f / contribute financially to civic pro minded and has when asked.cheerfully freely of her time and energy service his service station large ing assistance In one form or another progressive policy of stepping up
jects. cooperated on those to the promotion of those enterprises rendered to the people. The to the successful promotionof hla business ahead of the times

Mr. Faustlnl's friends are always civic activities to which he has i which have ,ene fitted the volume of business many things which have benefited thus setting a pace for which he
than been able to lend assistance. He city at large. We are glad to his Cities Service Service Station the community as a whole. has earned the
more to of beIng
The of beer be loaded with glad have his assistance I reputation -
Of price can deserves the respect and good will voice our praise of a .woman whoIs Gainesville owes much to such men
that "service"
k because of his constant proves to him is not a go-getter who does not sit
0 freight or it can be loaded with flavor. cheerfulness and the enthusiasm he has -earned and we and his successful In her own business just a "word" but something to for their part In making the city back and wait for business to

O d If you'd rather buy flavor instead of and optimism which he InHtllls In friends are confident that he willC'otlnuB and who has time to give to community be rendered to the public to the the business center for this part come to him.

'fJ freight buy JAX Beer. JAX is especially his fellow men. to maintain his high development. fullest extent of his ability.In of the state. We are glad to pay tribute to

tailored to the tastes of the South These same estimable attributes .afnnsltna..-.-.....* .In.. his line nt-- Viitaltia-- ..._.a. addition to his close atten- He has always been alert to R. B. Hamilton Jr., and to point,,

east. And because you don't pay extra have also been applied by John Cornelius B. ion to his business affairs Mr. the many opportunities for service out to our readers that his sin-

for freight you get FIVE bottles of JAX Faustini In the management of Stanford Y. Smith Herndon was never a man to dodge and more than ready to recognize cere desire to be of service coupled
a; for the price of FOUR bottles of "Long- his business with the outstandingsuccess Bohannon, Jr.In I his civic responsibilities and his and accept his share of civic re- I with his aggressive methods: are

Distance" shipped beer. which Is known to ua all. There are a number of business singling out some of the help in those matters has always sponsibilities. largely responsible for the stand-
It l Is our pleasure to Include him and professional people In Gainesville more progressive business and been cheerfully given. Because of these things, S. M. ing of the Orange State 011 Co. In

JAX BREWING COl'l1'PANY. JACKSONVILLE FLA. In this review of progressive who have gained recognition/ professional men of Gainesville, He fully appreciates the value Wall has become accepted as the Gainesville area.
Gainesville business men and to for their progressiveness, and a we would be censored should we at good will and has more than a progressive business man ;who
.well known Insurance who his share of that Is I an asset to both the business
give him all the credit which Is his man fall to Include Mr Cornelius B. intangible com- Clyde W. ChamberlainIn
just due. belongs In this category is Mr. Bohannon Jr., of the Standard modity because of the manner In and civic life of the city and we
Stanford Y. Smith of the Liberty which he meets both business and trust he will continue far many
Oil Co. He Is a man who has compiling this review of progressive
A 1- Natl. Life Ins. Co. civic obligations. He is a creditto years to serve the people of
never spared himself In his Gainesville business
Green peo-
n, A-ruiiH. oc He Is well established in the participation the community and i Is thoroughly Gainesville and the surroundingarea
In both the business ple, we have endeavored to select
Howard McKinneyTwo forefront of the business and civic established In the forefront of in his present capacity.
those citizens
and civic activities of the city. who by the mannerIn
life of his He Is the business life of the '
r rt city. an aggressive city. "
which they have conducted
of the better Informed real person, yet one whose genial Mr. Bohannon has always beenClnacloull AI Herndon" has many friends G. H. StricklandMr. themselves and their businesses ,
estate and Insurance executives I personality has earned for him of his civic responsibilities In and around the city and Its
have earned for them
positions (Itlead..rHhlp
of the city of Gainesville ere Mr. and the Liberty Natl. Life Ins. 1 and ever ready and willingto a pleasure to bring him before G. H. Strickland of the B. In their various fieldsof
A. Frank Green and Mr. Howard Co. host of friends I meet In every detail those opportunities our 'readers In this review S
a and policyholders of progressive &: Motor Co., Is one of those activities. Such a man H. Mr.'
McKinney: of McKlnnry-Green Inc. In his district which come to his Gainesville business men. progressive used car dealers of
W. Chamberlain
attention to further civic enter Clyde of the
They have been performing an The ethical manner In which he Gainesville who has consistently Modern
essential service for the people of has conducted his business affairsIs I prise. He may well be proud of his Bailey F. Williamson forged ahead In his business.He Home Appliances distribu-
achievements these lines. tors of Norge, Bendlx and other
this district over a period of time but one of the reasons for his along has also put his shoulder home appliances, who is well
tat and during that time they have outstanding success.In Cornelius B. Bohannon Jr. de- 'rhe city of Gainesville assumedts to the wheel of civic progress known and his friends and
made a great many friends both addition to his business activi erves a great deal of credit for the place of Importance In this whenever help was needed to customers throughout many this entire

E for themselves and for the com- ties Mr. Smith has also acceptedhis honest and successful manner ,in section of the state because of the further enterprise promoted for district.Mr. .

panies they represent share of responsibility In aid- which he has conducted his business efforts. of far-seeing business and the general betterment of the Chamberlain's Interests have

t Green and McKinney have con- Ing civic projects As a result of affairs He Is a friendly and professional> men who have developed community.Mr. hot been solely confined to his

i tributed considerable of their time the combined efforts of men like likable personality, whose sincere the natural resources" or, Strickland isn't a man who own business and private affairs,
and energy to the growth and him Gainesville Is firmly established desire to be of service has gainedfor In some manner, extended the was given to wishful thinking. His but have also Included his contributions -
progress of Gainesville and this In the minds of the people him, a host of friends and acquaintances trade advantage of the locality.One methods are those of direct action form another
In
one or ,
't. district and, have been content to as the logical business center ol [ In and around Gaines- of the men who has taken and whether the problem at handIs to those projects of a civic nature
--r- take their reward In this section of ville who would. If given the opportunity
j x the quiet the state. an important part In many progressive one concerning his own business which come within the scope of
.= knowledge of a work well done We congratulate Stanford Y. join us in wishing him movements .Is Mr. BaileyF. or that of a civic nature he at- his activities.

and the respect and admirationof Smith on his success In businessand many more years of continued Williamson of the B. F. Williamson tacks it with optimism and a Mr. Chamberlain Is a man of wide

k g ---- their many friends. civic. affairs, and trust hewill success. Co. vigorous enthusiasm. Add to this experience whose exploits In the
The value of such people to continue" for- many years to Mr. Williamson devotes muchof his acknowledged business ability business and civic life of Gainesville -

-. their city and the surrounding enjoy that success which he has M. G. TaylorThere his time and energy to the and his keen sense of values and and vicinity merit more than
0'- -- --.., territory cannot be overestimated. justly earned. growth and development of Gainesville it Is easily understood why he Is passing> attention and the writers

Their willingness to perform In the are many men In their and this district and, It Is almost invariably successful In privileged to pay this brief

interest of the community as a Sidney GrossmanWe chosen fields who have gained fitting at this. time that we at- business or other matters. tribute to a man who deserves

CI-CA"o whole Is one of their moat admirable recognition for the progressive tempt to express In a small way We feel \t( is our duty to call the more credit than Is accorded him

\\J!: .SUJ R_..,,,IT.! characteristics and they wish In this edition to pay manner In which they have conducted our appreciation for his unselfish attention of our readers to those here
est 1 nghousetJaiTUJtWMll have often made personal sacrifices tribute to Mr. Sidney Grossmanof their business and accepted contributions to the general wel worthwhile characteristics of O. H.
In order to contribute to the Gainesville Plbg. Sup. Co., their civic responsibilities but fare of the community. Strickland and pay a well deserved TE'\.CIIER8IWe! > aow have
the general welfare' and the Gainesville Scrap Iron & who will not permit much to be He .Is a man of wide acquaintance tribute for his straightforward that hard-to-get practice paper

We congratulate Howard McKinney Metal Co., for his many servicesto said of their achievements.But whose many friends admire business methods and for the un- for students, ruled and p....... In
&VatM1N 1 and Frank Green on their the city of Gainesville and hie in reviewing a group of and respect In him those virtues selfish interest he has shown in 9 x 18 size l 89 cents per '--.-

splendid reputations and wish for splendid record of achievements In such citizens we must Include Mr.. which inspire confidence and promote public welfare. Bradford County Telegraph..

The biggest cooking news in a decade! 1Q 95 them continued successful careers the business life of the city. M. G. Taylor a well known good feeling. His upright

Here's new capacity, new convenient *n** /. as leaders In the real estate and Mr. Grossman probably has as civil engineer and surveyor of business methods are but an out- i ..-..... -- ...- ___ u .G
I kitchen! Once Insurance field In this district. wide a circle of friends as any other Gainesville, who has always done ward reflection of his Inherent
for the
see
your you
r' OTHER MODUS man we could name, because he his work effectively even thoughIt appreciation for fair practices.
\: fresh sparkling beauty of the big Ledger K. Walker Is just naturally the kind of man has been accomplished In an We congratulate Bailey Williamson -
new Westinghouse will be your t. who makes friends with almost unobtrusive manner. I on his splendid record of service -

first choice foreverl! Logically a man who has earned everybody, and Is at pains to conduct Mr. Taylor, busy as he Is. always I and wish for him continued

I e,. $210.95 the reputation of being one of himself 111' such a manner as manages, somehow or other, I success. j\
Gainesville's more progressive furniture to deserve the respect and good : to do his bit in any movement I

dealers would in so doing will of all who know him. calculated to benefit the community James F. WycheIn ,

/v I Sgp SUlun have earned the friendship and Gainesville Is fortunate In being as a whole. His modesty however -

.... t s Mrp ssf?f W' COOKING rood will of a great many people I able to number among Its more will not permit him to say paying tribute to some of the .- \
c. OYENCIf N CAPACITY throughout this entire district. A progressive business! people citizens the things' about himself which 1 more progressive businessmen of
.& ,"''r4 man who justly deserves that distinction of this type. are said by his friends, who would I Gainesville we would be remiss t e

.k ew y41 M... W1IW Is modest effeclent, He .Is always ready and willingto tell you that his professional conduct 1 In our duty were we to fail to include ,

,, + oet 11 ........ friendly Ledger K. Walker of the lend his support to the promotion Is a credit to his high tense Mr. James F. Wyche PAIHt .
r tioa tarty q0 NBA Corox unur \ Mutual Furniture Co., who nllmI I' of any project which promisesto of honor. Df, the Wyche Machine Shop, .
,) ,fall 4ze large ur 1 bars many of our readers as some benefit this entire district. lie We do not hesitate to recom ,whose business ability is no greater I
f room lor of his best customers. may be depended upon, and his mend M. O. Taylor to our readers than the "know how" and ....

SUIf\'ID Mr. Walker Is the type of man services to the people are too as a citizen who continues at nechantcal skill which has contributed -

.d i r OO""G t .r who would be an asset to any many in number to be described. all times to work to the advantageof 1 to his well-earned success..

1. O"IOlS Qc; community, not only because the here. It may be sufficient to say the people of this entire dis Mr. Wyche Is also a man who
1f successful conduct of his business. that we consider Sidney Grossman trict. 1 has contributed generously to the DIVE FOR COVER !

fie s..1ee" THIS STARTLING, NEW/, plays a definite part In the gen an asset. to the communityand welfare of Gainesville and the

: o.tCGod'/ Teak 4a D\ SIMPLIfiED RANGE n eral civic scheme, but because the a progressive business man Edward S. Gocek community: for many miles around. Cover your house with coolness with our
if >> and ultimate measure of his value to of whom his city may be proud. His civic spirit la evidenced by Sherwin-Williams Paint. Consult
our friendly
his city and this district lies In the many services be has performed .
ODUO\I\ \\fcstinghouse Recognized as one of the more
the and which he continues experts for the right !Heat Reflecting Color.
fact
v that he Is untiringly zeal. Latham Davis Sr. & Jr.j I I orogresslve business men of '
Look Color Charts this week.
ous and remarkably successful In Gainesville Mr. Edward S. Gocekof to perform in the Interest of the over our

the promotion of civic progress. When a city like Gainesville The Radio Exchange performsa people u a whole. No worth; SUPPORT THE CANCER DRIVE !
It would be hard to estimate the has I I I while enterprise which promisesto ,
Balance gained recognition for being real service for the people of his
Down On
15 Percent Easy Terms
actual dollars-and-cents value of the metropolitan trading center city and this district and his many I II benefit the community escapes
such a man to his community.We for many square miles of the surrounding I I I contributions to civic bettermentare I his attention.He .

DRIGGERS Furniture Co. congratulate the people of country it is because of too well known to require is a man of .wide acquaint. TAR.K&BUILDERS1
C H.
Gainesville for numbering among the foresight of those pioneers of repetition In these columns. His I once whos many friends admire
their more progressive citizens earlier days .who had the visionto personal success has been turned I and respect In him those virtues
'r Telephone 43 W.. Call St. Starke Fla, such a man as Ledger K. Walker reallxe the possibilities of their to the advantage of his fellow 'which inspire confidence and promote SUPPLIES

k I., ", 11/M1 ..no ,A ONI. .. ....., _'..L M..r.y thr..gb' "I'J., ... "Ie N.hwf he and will we enjoy also express many more the wish years that of and city courage and who to also work had for the the ability fulfillment citizens assist and any he enterprise la always which readyto I businen 1 good methods feeling.are His a credit upright to -.t S.A.L. DEPOT .:. C7taXo* 45 W"' -1

l 211t success and prosperity. of that vision; a man who promises to advance the welfare 1 his Inherent sense of fair play ..ow ...




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BRADFORD COUNTY TKUKARAPH.' OTAKKR.. FLORID.\' P'GF SEVEN

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Presbyterian ChurchPalm I Church T'f; attended church at Watemak and ...
11'I Baptist School NotesContinued had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. ___ __:. :I_.itt'pnONE: -_ '. : '''-,,-

Sunday Services in the "Victory over Sin" Is the ser Sunnybrook Frank Norman. 218

Presbyterian Church at 11 am. men topic by the Pastor at the ( from page 2)) Eddie Cain of Gainesville, was
The Senior Choir will alng "The First Baptist Sunday morning By Wanda Crosby, visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby COLO NIALFLORIST
Palms" and render other appropriate This Is the second In the curren talnmont committee were Carolyn . . .. Saturday night and was accompanied -
music, Mrs. Edward Char series of April messages for the Edwards and Jean Parker. home by his wife and

bonneau, our guest soloist, will I Easter season. The story of the SPRING: SPORTS timers or Sword Drill baby who had spent two weeks

sing a sacred selection. The Themeof cross, old yet ever new and th. IV srOTIJGHT NOW Mary Alyce and Lavon Crosby with her parents.
the sermon la "X Great means of salvation. The choir
Mark Popular Now that basketball and fool. Intermediate Members of CorinthB.
St. Episcopal Christian ChurchThe Demonstration". We Invite visit will be directed by Mrs. Lucille
ball seasons are over Bradford T. U. the Abbott & CostelloIn
won honor of the
ors and Mrs. Mona
to attend Green with Canova
urge
Kev. B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vlcai everyone High School Is looking forward to<
Revival under the leader. some church on Palm Sunday.The at the organ. spring eport ,-track and base- elimination Sword Drill at the 'Mexican Hayride'Coming (j)
Friday, April 8-7:30: a.m. Holy ship of evangelist M. B. Miller Young Ladles' Circle has Sunday evening the Happy Hour B. T. U. Mass Meeting held In To Park

Communion followed by break has made a fine start with services provided a Nursery and will care will feature the Youth Choir dir- ball.B. H. S. will enter a track meet the First Baptist Church In Starke
fast for the young people In the, each for the little children so that mo ected by Mrs. Mann, and the Monday night.. We are very proudof Abbott
The and Costello
eveningat 8 o'clock. The on April 15: at Gainesville. < come Sunday -
Parish House. thers may attend the worship Hymn chorus request period led our young: people aa they competed FLOWERSFOR
rite of Christian boys who probably will compete to the screen of the Park
baptism will be
service. by the of Mrs with all the churches
Sunday April 10-10 a.m. Church plano-organ-duo of the
are: Carl Johns. Glenn Conner, ALL OCCASIONSDISH
administered Sunday afternoon In Morse and Mrs. Mann. The mess New River Association. Theatre in "Mexican Hayride",
School. Nursery and Kindergarten Sunday School at 0:43.: : Cometo Billy Cresalpr, Clayton Strickland
departments !in the Parish Hampton Lake. our growing Sunday School. age by the Pastor will be the Jack Mason, Jack Walnwrlght I They are eligible for the State elaborate movie version of the GARDENS

House. Primary, Junior and Bible school 10 a.m. Sermonsby Educators Insist that both heart searching evangelistic message Donald Bennett Carl Johns and District Meeting: in Lake City In hilarious musical success that ran
Intermediate departments In the and mind need Instruction. The "Who Owns You?". Jimmy Howe. April. for 16 months on Broadway. POTTERY
evangelist at 11
a.m. and8pm.
In the church. large class for Adults has demonstrated Sunday School meets at 0:4.: : There are about 26 boys out Hundreds of special atmosphere
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with and classes for Mm. Alllcn Moore of Tampa and POTTED PLANTS
that men as well as women departments players In the
11 a.m. Morning Prayer and for track and Coach, Hobbs says appear burlesque
sermon by the Rev. S. W. Crea- Sunrise Easter service at Hampton can become Interested in all ages. Junior and Intermediate ho will try to enter all boys In Mrs. Margaret Brown of Plant bull ring sequences and the set FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
Lake Easter Sunday morning. Bible Study. Attendance of men meet in Jackson Street annexes some event. City were visiting(; Mr. and Mrs. tings are said to be the most

ey. Youth Should it be raining the services exceeded that of women last Sun Training Unions gather at 6:19: : for The baseball team coached by Bob Hal lop last weekend.Mr. spectacular ever seen In an Abbott
6:30: p.m. Fellowship In day. Mr. Turney our seasoned discussion and program. and Mrs. John Kelly, Mr. & Costello comedy.
Mr. Fundvrburk looks good. Mr.
cooperation with the youth of will be held In the Church. teacher of the Bible reported an Tuesday evening the reguinfseries and Mrs. Bob Halslop, and Mr. Nona St Starke
Funderburk B. H. S. will Musical score for the
says stage

the Presbyterian Church at the The pastor J. B. Dixon, extendsa attendance of over 40 present last of religious moving pictures enter the District Tournament and Mrs. Fred Hal lop attended was written by Cole Por production .

Presbyterian Church. cordial invitation to the publicin week. Plan to attend this Palm will show from the Life of and may compete In the Suwannee church at Johnstown Monday ter.
Tuesday April 12-8 Christ "Fishers of Men", also
p..m. Mid. general to attend all these Sunday.The Conference. Coarh assures the night.
week Lenton service. services. Junior Westminster Fellow travelouges In color. There I ls no members they will have tough Cpl. Neal Crosby and S. Sgt.

Thursday April 14-7:30: a.m. Holy ship Invites the young people to admission charge. practice because he wants a good Halman of Elgin Field are.. spending -
communion followed by CHURCH OF JESUS" CHRISTOF attend each Sunday at 6:30: and Mid-week service will be held team or none at all. their furlough with relatives.Mr. The Subject Of Pastor Bob

breakfast for the young peoplein LATTER DAY SAINTS study Bible heroes with them. Wednesday at 7:30: In the church The old members back this yea and Mrs. Ovid Thomas of H Gray's Sermon Sunday At
auditorium with the
the Parish House. Easter Sunrise Service on Easter message by are: Jack Walnwrlftht. who Starke, spent Sunday with his

The church Is open dally for The Church of Jesus Christ of morn at 6:30.: The first re- the Pastor. During the week the. changed from third base to catch. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and 7:30 P. M. Will Be:
and meditation. Latter Day Saints will hold Sun hearsal for the Easter play will First Baptist Church will cooperate or; Jack Eaves who changed from Mrs. Lois Newmans.Mr. .

prayer day School in the'USO building;on be held in the Presbyterian Churchon with the other churches ot second base to shortstop; Jimmy and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and I "DROP DEAD!"
the In observing the
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. city midday
CffVnCH' OF CHRIST Temple Ave. each Sunday morn- Godwin who Is pitching; this year: sons were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Ing at 10 o'clock. Everybody wel All taking part are urged to at services held at the First Metho' George Roberts James Philips, David Kelly In Starke Saturday.
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday come. tend. Greet the Easter Morn withus. dlst Church.A Frank Dryden and Bert Newcomb. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Hampton
Mr. and Mrs. William
this cordial Invitation Is extendedto Crosbyand ,
Although service Is
Ohorch Service 11 a.m. Sunday spon- New members are: Jack Hazen
: all to at all services children were visiting; her mother -
sored St. Mark's worship I
by and
Bvonlng Service 7:4J p.m. Sum- CHURCH OF GOD the First Presbyterian Episcopal Churches held and to plan to 'attend the a Durban new and Clayton food Strickland pitcher Paul Fay Mrs. Vera Alston In Lake 11:00: A. M.: "The Loving; Shepherd"

JayBible Study la every Wednesday Rev. L. S. Williams. Pastor the whole community Is Invited. Caster services of the following Carter and Charles Cooley. Butler Friday. 10:00 A. M.: Bible School 6:30 P. M.: B.T. U.

at 7:45CATUOLIO<<: 8th &; St. Clair sta. Sunday. Glad to know Howard Brown (The Ilev. Malront Smith will meet with the Youag
At The TabernacleThe U getting; along fine In the Orlando
Sunday School 10 a.m. ;PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS10th BETA CLI'B NOTCH! aanltorlum, people In Training Union At 6:30 P. M-)
CHURCH New members who were recently
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. sixteenth Anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Inducted Into the B. H. S, Beta Crosby
Suidajr Maaa the of the work St. and Temple Ave.
10 a.m. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. establishing of the
Suaday School 11 a.m. Y. P. E Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Mission Hall and Tabernacle will Sunday School 9:43: : a. m.; Morning Club are: JoAnn Dlnklna Jerry

Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. be observed Friday night April Warship 11 a. m.; Evangells Sapp, Joyce Newsome Dolores "
19.: at 7:30.: An unusual programof tic Services 7.00: ( p. m. Everyone VfcKnlght, Doris Norman, Nancy ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP CAMP BLANDING
_' -,_..,,,, Instrumental music, songs and welcom. Heintz, Peggy Cozatt Grace I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ':: STARKE"In recitations will be presented. Re- Dickinson Harold Norman, Ken-
hearsals are being held In prep Deeds RecordedT. neth Grider, Jean Parker Betty WE LOWERED OUR PRICES-

aration for the event. An out of Powell Sharon Sapp, Betty Anne
I' The Heart of Town And In The Hearta town Speaker will also be on the L. Casey of Starke to Sherman Flynn Marian McRae, Jimmy LET OTHERS FOLLOW !

.f The' People"A program, as well as some of the J. Rudd of Sanderson: 80 I Lee Edith Fowler.
attendants on the first service. acres In Sect. 30, Twp. 7 S, Range Committeeshave been appointed
The weekend services were con 21 E. [ and plans are In progress
Southern Baptist Church For All Peopl. for beginning our semester project SEASONED LUMBERSHEATHING
ducted by Assistant Raymond J. Lloyd Lee Johnson of Starketo
Gomes. Friday night the subject W. F. Blume of Starke: 2 the making of a Student
Sunday School 9:45 Training Unions 1:11 was "Fire". The Sunday morn acres In the SW1-4 of the SE1-4 Handbook.The .

Homing Warship Evening Hour 1M: ing message was taken from the of Sect. 29, Twp. 6 S, Range 22 E. State Convention Is being
first chapter of first Corinthians N. Sternberg of Daytona Beachto held May 6 and 7 at the New $2500

11:80 Wed. Mfd-Week Service 7SO and concerned the "Foolishness of Mural Nan Gardner and Jac- Florida Hotel In Lakeland. The 1 x 3 and 1 x 4 . ". . . . . 1000
Preaching". queline A. Moorer of Starke: lot delegates four Seniors and one
In the evening the subject was and 3 unit apt. house with furnishings new member, will attend. Theyare
A. M.: "Victory Over Sin" P. M.:."Who Owns You?" "Water" and was used most effectively and fixtures at 215: S. : Idell Landnim' Lewis Hatnes, PINE FRAMING

and lesson Water St.Joyce : Vivian McRae, Martha Horne, and
a splendid was
Religious Picture "Fishers of Men" Tues., 7:15: P.M. $5000
Marian McRae. dimensions
taught through the application to T. Futch of Bradford Co. following I 1000
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.._- the Word. Even the elements to R. L. Bradley of Lawtey: 2 2 x 4'5,2 X 6's, 2 x 8'5,2 X 10's, 2x 12's . ; per _
seemed to be in sympathy with acres W of the right of way of 4Ul GRADE IN MEXICO
"Visit The Church With The Visiting. Pastor"
the subject and "ahowera of bless State Rd. 13 being in Sect. 23 Mrs Norman's fourth grade has

.._,_ _,_ _ _,_ _ IF --0 ings" were received. i [ & 26, Twp. 5 S, R 22 E. just returned from an adventurous $$3500
trip to Mexico. As funny as this INE FLOORING '_' . __ : : : lOf?
may sound. It Is true. Since they .
have been working on a project CRATING LUMBER-$25 per 1,000 BD. FT.! ._ "1;:

each about student's Mexico mind for .Wall four In weeks MexIco / All other sizes from 1 1x2 to 6x6 at prices you cannot beat! I

though his body was In Starke. I

While studying about the Mexicans t FANS
ATTIC \J
and the way they live, the ,
class" as a whole made many interesting ,
No others articles, such an a Mexl.
I
compete can Pueblo, lovely placques with GET THEM EARLY AT PRICES YOU

Mexican decals
on them painted '
CANNOT MATCH ANYWHERE!
gourds; and hats In very,gay
colors. Some of the girls brought
e
when material from homo and made h 30 Inch . . ... . . $22.50
compare long skirts and] head shawls. On 7

you theRe they stenciled donkeys 36 Inch . . . . 29.75 j
sombreros, and cacti. All agree

that they had a lovely trip. 42 Inch . . . 32.75 '
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INTERNES' AT II. II. R. 72 Inch . . . . 84.50 ;
Features I
Compare M Because of the program set upat eo

w the University of Florida, B. If. j f- Melon Alto Available. Small Vat.. Cnt' *

No other line of trucks In its price range has alt these features S. now has four Internesstudents w :
L
who are receiving teacher-traln- STEEL RAC I
Hub Con- ..
Transmission Splined Rear Axle
4-Speed Synchro-Mesh
Ing under the direction of ex-
PICNIC IN YOUR OWN YARD!
nection Foot-Operated Parking Brake Steering Column Gearshift lerlonccd members of the B. H. IdealforU..inCattleGap
S. faculty. The Internes are: Mr. PRICED TO SELL!
The Cab That "Breathes" Full-floating Hypoid Real' Axle Wallace, Interning In science withMr PICNIC TABLES
ASK ABOUT IT TODAY!
Articulated Brake-Shoe Linkage.Compare Nagle; Mr. Battaglla, In Mrs.
mlth's history classes; and Misses Water w w $2"ur

. Rawlinson and Dukes In the elementary

Quality school under the direction Cooling
of Mrs. Pellum and Mrs. ELECTRICAL
Fountain
Sewell. .
There's an extra measure of massive strength and durability in When asked what they noticed

Chevrolet trucks. They're built to take rough going In every feature first about B. II. S., the teachers. SUPPLIES
f-the-future had various answers:
of body, cab, engine and chassis. ) Miss. Itowllnnoni. "The efficiency $9.75

with which busses load and unload GARAGE

and the cooperation between DOORS w....... casino. with .1_. SHEETROCK
Compare Performance principals> and faculty Impressedme. used ice compartment. Sid.
: ." ..... fo."f.l. .ttachad. GYPLAP
Miss Dukes "I was wonderfully EXCEPTIONAL BUY!
There's more power with economy in the Thrift-Master and Load- pleased> to be accepted as a tem. Are S'slJ', Ufa skis .i.! TOILETS WALLBOARD

: Master Valve-In-Head engines- Chevrolet's twin champions for porary> member of the faculty a' cut th.... dawn 450 j ,rn
2, rather than be considered just a PLUSH VALVICELOTEX 2500
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: low-cost operation, low-cost upkeep. vat student from the U. of F, '".ul.! IHCLUHDVltraaua
Mr, tie! ., c.III". Untrlmma, at $19,001. M.
BalUglbti "The friendly atItude ..
I,4" ekicks.e.. .. ,. 2%. H C h I s
that exists here .,hran. .
t at the lowest list; to me." seems unusual I" thicka.ts. .11' .. .. 5 e H am.e Haw.' !,,,. .I r.* v' j SERVICE SINKS
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Mr. Walliu- "Th. student at ''v. I*.......... rail rim $1250

I 0 PRICESin B. II. S. are fine kids." $12.50f ) 2V.20" . . .
Mill work Only 11 few Ut
truck field I _
the entire R PORTRAITSHere's WOUTM SIS NfWI!

1 a junior he /Is cute. Yep, DOUBLE HUNG. BENCHES.kq.b.
he's our football start! He Is In F--------1;; I. I, 10, ..
Miss Whlgham's WINDOWS I 1..1 far th..t,.., $|00
homeroom
: and.portt with' HOME! churches ..ch. . .t>
a pretty scarlet sweater.
i Bradford couldn't do without his FRAMES
CHEVROLETTRUCKS i humorous personality and his _,, Easy Terms ROLLER CONVEYORS
THERE'S A CHEVROLET TRUCK FOR ways. Yes air! C. C. Is a gay. $8.95 Far ..., handling ....... lumber.
superupcr 1 & 3 IG..r. PyreneEXTINGUISHERS
i a. numarau* Of h.. It...... In 12".
fellow ask any one 'around .." a 24" widths. 10 ft .......
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EVERY JOB. i. with capacities from Bradford If IIM r.v"aw"r. au."...' ..n.ilHI.it
High. R..dy for Imm.dl.ta imisl.IKUut. USED . $2.00 par =Ruth Toomey Mlrau! tys .tI5ul.h.r.l far NEW Irtill cr.tad> .. $3.00.. fr
4,000 Ibs. to 16OOO G. V. W.I I .II-ty.f llr.t- i,..lall, ch.....
ical 'ir... I tallan $1 O95.Ua
MOTHERS! Register The 9 Lite IJ OVERHEAD
; New SINtI-E I 9 V* e alia* ilia wltto $2$ S r

i ., Baby At Our For Store ValnabloGift "1. SASH 1Q ijl I, .".ch.< cart . ... FIXTURES

GALVANIZED C.mplct with natal lIMo a.dwhlta
$1.45 SHEET IRON (!.*. |.... .." ... .13" ..
I MOM p- ,- w. Galv. flat se...1.......Aaa. $100 .s.f.r. $165
.Htallng" ...4 "..",.,''s, .,.,... .pH...., eI *. ...*. CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN USE 1.-'c ....... ..... ....".. _.- ... 34"a96"Mdse ..ch acb ... .. .. ...... .

I THAN ANY OTHER MAKE I II II 9fc- FITTINGS Black Galvanized Soil
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From Birth to 13 Years Old


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.&r..11; Ii'l'nRT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TAUKE. FLORIDA FRID.\\'. APRIL 8. 1049
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I l continue to Improve the meals \ In Circuit C....r.. nmdr" ('..lIaly.' eight month. from the firm publication 1949 above Act authorlalnv
'. stone Is not a gardening terri Program To Honor '''In.I''.t In ( kaarrry.Mll.lro.l of this. Notice or the rrulrRi ,.allln..the named the School Board
continue tastefully and the community aame and wherein plaintiff of Bradford County. Florida, to Inane
tory. And his chickens! As prettya A. O.: Jenkins Wllklnmin VrIIl'JrBr", t'lnln- will be barred and uncollectahleunder sacks divorce* Dradford County bondi or other evidence' of
the continues to approve. tilt, VM. Kulllnif, Wllllum Urlwwera, Inwa of the Stale' of Florida. .I ptliiinh. this' OrderIn Imlebtednepp. for the comitructlon
Keystone Heights flock as can be found In Old! FrlenilH Return Uvfundnnt, CMne Nn. 7222.: Thin March 23rd, 1949. :; 1Pr.rha.t .I. lepuee.Wltneea and maintenance a etadium or
South! Colored Educator Order ..f Pulillratl,e> sniastir. Owen W. Orlffln, Administratorof my hand ant official seal' athletic field on tIne premlnep. of
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Carter of "" l lu "Appear Kthel M. IJIg-gpl state. 4C 4-12 Florida. thla March 16) the Kradford County Illwh School
Green Hpnt WTATM () f" 1" L U HID A to: ::4'larke. .
1 In the of
Roswell N. Mexico are guests atKeystone City Mtarke, Bradford
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surrounding FollInN William: I>rlirK..rM. whoseresidence .
: Florida.
Is literally County.
Lawrence In (OFFICIAL BRAD A. J. Thomas,
Circuit
Ray Court llradford
Cotinty.
Inn. The Carters are a l I. 81 Ci>lui">iliun Btruet, .
New Homn his new home with flow Chill-lent.in, Hmith" 'arollna: Klorldni In ( hanrery4Martha. All Clerk I of staid Court. Dated: April I 1, I 1949.II. ': .
asset of great value. By Haven Crosby", P. C. P. MorKun :
McClendon. Plaintiff
Keystone i" You va. Superintendent
are r iulred to
home la under con- wide varietyand i \ | aiipaar' on : :
.Another new shrubs of a 'P. Starke Florida
ers and have been visiting Keystone MH.V nth. ID4', In the above named Mack McClendon. fefcnlsnt. Case ":tpWlru.1J.: : Board of Public Instruction
struction on Keystone Lake! The all beautiful. Dozens of They ; Court ..n,' fauna. wherein pUlntlff No. Till. Atty. 3-18 4t 4-8 4-1 5t 4-29
Heights regularly since 190,0!! < I'l' peeks divorce. Bradford Order of Pnnllcatlon and :Retire. -
Is constructed by magnolia banana / County ,
reeidence being persimmon. 1',. Seth Of Intention To Introduce
Appear
palms And that we think Is a compli- .J.., Teleitraph hull publlnh this urder IN at Ice ..( Intention
:Mel Sargent and Son for Francis and others are expertly In next four weekly .IHHUMN.. Ill' A1'PI OK l"L.o H I II At.. Special' I.railplatlonNotloe I Special. l.egiststioeNotice .
Farms. Mr. Sar- due to ment unlimited to tho Heights. .Jl: Witness my hand and official Mack MuClendon Whose. residence : IP hereby: l'.IYc"hn. that a bill l U hereby given that
of : :
Clark Penney placed and his grounds are 1 is unknown I a bill
Mr. Carter Is enjoying the fishing; : 1 deal I nt Htarka, Florida' thin llarch. will be Introduced 11)44) Florida I will be Introduced In the 1949 Flori
gent aays/ he has ten homes un- be the envy of the neighborhood. A 21. 1949.OKK1CIAL! You are required to appear on LefflnlPture by the city of I da LenUluturo to be. entitled
around at Smith Lake and collecting an ( BRAD A. J. Thr>mn.. April 51. 1944 In the above named. Starke; said bill to empower and' i ACT : AN
construction in and to Itequlrlno the Re-reirliitratlon
der tip of the battered derby you. enviable coat of tan. ':'i An Clerk of said Court. Court and caunit. wherein plaintiffseekS authorize Raid City of Htarke to of all the Klectora' of PTadford
citizens should My HavenYonhy, D. C. divorce Bradford County cancel' certain outstanding municipal -
Keystone.Brtuity Sir I If half our ;j 1 County }Fiorina Before
Week Services Telegraph. shall pulillHh thin Order BelnK tjunl.ifieci
Holy M John J. lixndemon K:"i'| Saint tax certIflcatep.Carl !
"'too! to Vote In Kind of
MpotWanna follow your example, Keystone of lAuKiiMtlne. Florida, In next four weekly ImiueM.WltneiM John* City Clerk, City of, any K:lec
Rev. W. G. AJdrldge pastor tion to be Held In Said.
County
nee what planning plus Heights would be the world'* most 'Wj Ally for f\t.\ 44t -Z9CAI.I my hand and official' peal Stark, Florida. 6t 422Im 1 After. March 1, 1950: Settingup the
at Kmrke, Florida this March
Church announces
the
clearing plus planting' equals? beautiful town-and I would be Community 1f.I"n. I Procedure, for Having paid' R.-r..<<-

Ride down Highway 21 and stop sweeping the old sombrero to the that services will be held each In hureby FOIL" privet IIID4Notice that the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Circuit Court. Bradford ('. Iptratton: and Providing for theCompennatlon .
Week.A Aa Clerk of said. Court. Florldai In Chancery.I .al"1 of the Hupervlpor of
evening at 7:30: during Holy Board of County Commissioners of
for eye-filling look at Al Nelson's directions at all Heirlatratlon l and bin axpletantp forrlervlcen
an all .
1 ground In Ilrudford (County KlorUla. will re- By Haven Crosby D. C. '. I.. Murray, Plaintiff VP.
special Sunrise Service will be A S-25 .. If. Defendant. Case No.72U l Rendered In paid HeIlevlntratlnn. -
months H Murray
.
place. A few ago bourn.KV rflVtf' Mealed hldM until I o'clock Pi _____ .
.1 vines brush mOMS and palmettos and Harbor held Caster Sunday morning'at M on April 26th IU4'l for the Inane ... J. P. Roberta. Reprepentatlve,
|
but one would and Harbors ilpllvery and Florida la tNnnrery.Willie Notice 'I'.. tnoear Bradford County Florida.
reigned supreme- The National Rivers with an option In" theKoard 4.1_ Itt 4.2'l
'
hardly believe It now. The grassed Congress meets. April 7. 8 a.m.TOURIST rentals. to paid. purfhuNtt upon the and apply i.uroliuneprice all Travis. Merle 1'. Lamb J.a"h., Defendant.Plaintiff Cane v... Mm.STAT Amanda, OP If. Murray FLORIDA whose renIdence to.: I u

.
1 lope, dredged channels/ trim and 9th in the Nation's Capitaland CLUB of the following equipment' No 7204 and adrlrene' In: 141-44 Franklin
,
... FInishing, New Yolk:
I to.witi Order of PublIcatIon and N. ,-. Avenue
oaks and flowers are a delight to as yet the district representatives NEWS NOTESThe One new crnvtler I tvlile KUNKetrnetvr 'I'o AppearN You are required to appear on
the eye and a credit to the community have no howls to record from wKh. ..- ,'I"P.I: .. mcifor.M T A T n OK FItItIlI.t tot May 2, .949!), In the above' named.
who have !h'" tractor ..M..eM. fr..nt pull liuoknnil Travis. P. Lamb who .. renldonce Court and cause., wherein plaintiff
I and the Nelsons this area. What's the matter fellows Tourist Club meeting Tuesday ernnkrnne' .u..... nil nm .ne unitwrlaklnw IK: co VIlHuourl Hotel Jefferson seeks divorce Itrmlforrl County. Teleicraph
accomplished much in relatively -satisfied ? nut baa Ihuii I I.IMHt pnund. City MlKHourl. : shall publtnh tliIn. Order fn iSPOWERFUi

,,1 little time. It la expanding too! Al ('"hbl..r-I'ar E\oellcn" evening was highlighted bya Patrons citizens students HIM! nut miirf Ihnn UJ.IHHI pound.*. ., You are required to appear on next four. weekly.hand Innuup.WltnePH and. official 5.H.P GRAVELY*
unit. April 2S my
lovely wedding ceremony Oar aMirle rioeler ti. fit Milil tr.<*- 1949 'In the above lOam.,1C..urL
and the Mrs. have what/ It takes Keystone Heights has a master and friends and outstanding educatorswill ,..... rumplete tvllli Mil i'OH....lM andIn and cauae wherein plaintiff peal I at Starke Florida' this March the world'* fiseit. yst moat
Routt
Ing In marriage Ernest ensemble at Bethel Baptist he installed. on tractor by nrller.nil neek divorce Bradford County" 24, li>4"'. mod t tly prlcod GtudaaTrcotot.
Garden Spot workman In Its new Cobbler, Fred Mrs. Nellie Hartman. both of Fort .. Telegraph shall. puhlinh thin. Ordur (OFFICIAL 8P\I.) A. .2. ThomaPAP Complete lift* ofroor
\v. C. McCrary boasts of the Victor. Sick shoes left In his boot Church. April 12, at 8.00; ( o'clock Inn. used. plln-.If.. In prl mn.IItIun In next. four weekly l Imiuep.Wltneiia Clerk of Said Court. sciusivsly dedqned power
Wayne Ind. p.m., to present a program In with Ml foot klmle mill with my hand. and official Real. Hy Haven Crosby D. C. Os, tools for Osidea,
finest In town. every
garden the
vegetable hospital go home 'singing In flNaIl.ip: motor: at Htarke' ., Florida, this March T. Frank Lnndrum. Htlirke: Florida. awos .
In fact few can be found to rain'. Don't throw 'em away. Fred The ceremony was performedby honor of Prof. A. O Jenkins.At 'rol.. puwrrliip IBe onto 21. 1949. Atty. (or Pit, 4-1 4t 4-22 Lisa es4 Field iob.S

of Rev. L. D. flames at 8:30: he delivered at Starke, Florida (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
equal It anywhere. Long rows them new lease on the close of the 1018-49 school
a
can give Ae Clerk' of paid
o'clock In the flower and palm- within 15 day from acceptance" of Court. ftOTICF! to the voter and tax pay- .
tomatoes strawberries onions life.: term Prof. Jenkins will submit bid except that the angle doclnrIH Hy Haven CrD by. I). C. era of Bradford County State of
cabbage collards and potatoes decked auditorium of the Woman's his resignation for retirement.For to be delivered. within flO daypfroin Joeeph' K. Skipper lIt HralmmHtillillna Florida.You. e
Standard Station EialiflrLindsay .
I i .me keon yule. Florida, .
acceptance: of hid' Bile lone ; are hereby" advised that there
give the laugh to those (and therere Walker's new additionto Club with only the soft glow of 45 years he was the principalof bi. upnn all Item or upon each, Attyi. for Plf. .25 4t 4-15 will be preeentcd to the Leajlnlature. e -

many) who Insist that Key- Standard Station adds the candles for lighting. colored schools In Bradford Item peimru tely.titirese all bldato ReMain blei' lit Tallahaneee, Florida' ''
the In .'ireait Court Hradford ,
fonnty.Florldni
Hoard of (" unty ("ommlHHlimerti: at the next. session thereof a Special S
finishing touch to our corner Preceding the ceremony "I Love County and principal of the R. core A. .1. Thomun. Cl..rk. Htarke, In ( .........". .

where highways meet. If con- You Truly" and "Becaime" were J, E. high school for 35: years. right Florida.to The reject. Hoard any and reervea, all I>MH.the M.John Tracy.U. Tracy Defendant.plaintiff Cane v.No... Helen 7165. z ; FRLUOOIUIT.

I W.C.T.U.MANY struction continues In this vicinity sung by Miss Evelyn Stump. accompanied During his administration he Pronptictlv lildilera' may InhptTt, the Order at Publication' and Notice AUTOMOBILE
will at the piano by Mrs. exlntlnic equipment. of the rinardwhich "0 Appear LIABILITY INS URA..CEAltIoul'h .
people driving through advocated the old school --method IH to tin uned with the enulp-, STATS OK" FLORIDA t.,

THINGS MAY BE PRR-: know that Keystone Is up and William Heintz. which were In keeping with the men to thin be leaned. Hy ....I..r..f KM idKoard. In; ..R..nD.Itof No.. Tracy 2, Chllllcothe, whose; residence Ohio: not compulsony It Is
April 4th, 194'
SERVED: IN ALCOHOL BUT coming and not Just a wide spaceIn For her wedding the bride wore southern type of culture. The old lit 4-24: M.: o. llurrrll. (.'ha 1I""ln.otl. You are required to appear on. much safer to carry Liability ....-------------.-----_..
the highway. Keep the good tailored dress and a corsage schools April 2S, 1Q4I, 'In the above named I .......
LAW AND tip a aqua have played an Importantrole ---
ORDER ARE NOT ON Court and cauaawherein plaintiffpeekp1 Insurance. I represent only old -----------------
.
work fellow! Lindsay/ Is now car- of orchids.Mr. \ I. if I.nCl..n to lnt.wl.'eSpeviul ..... .....
I THE LIST In producing some of our 1..I..n..n' 'divorce. Bradford County line reliable stock companIes ------------ -----

(CHICAGO DAILY NEWS) rylng a line of seeds, fertilizers I and Mrs. Lonnie Daniels leading: present day citizens. Many will Notice be 1 Introduced In hereby, given lu! that n bill Telegraph.next four shall. weekly publlHh innuep.WIr this. OrderIn Your business will be appreci- tlsILlI.Il. lL'iU: 'fI.Ill.J.I'l. itt..

garden tools etc. Just another of Ladflan Ala. were the attendants of his. students have finished some tel I,.tore, by t the City (.if the Htarlns. IDI'I: I I.ea-naldItlll ( ..H. my hand and official, peal ated.

needed service for our rapidly and the bride was given In of the best colleges In the countrysome to empower. nnd authorlne naldCltv at "Stnrke' ., Florida'' thin. .March tfftLtAtt
of HmrUu 11. 1949.! 129 W. Call Street
liy and tlirouich the
I ar.---r flsrJ-_ growing community. marriage by Lex Green. medical doctors and others I City\ Council I or unld' City t<. lewniifl (OFFHTAr. SEAL' ) A. 3. Thomas,

Ii i NOW IS THE TIME Keystone Inn The couple received many lovely in the teaching profession. rHnclldatv, aMHHHH for a (ittallfylnic elective. fee municipalnfflrv on. ,all I Ap Py Clerk Haven. of Crosby paid Court.D. C. Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph :U1.'U.l' I I

"Face Lifting" goes forward gifts from friends and merchants He carried the torch of educa- In the City nf Starke; ....ldfew Jopeph K. Skipper 221 OronnmPtulldlnfr. Phone 134 or wear ADAM STRICT

I FQR at Keystone Inn. The lobby Is of Starke. A flower stand was tion beyond the four walls. He not to exceed Five .Percent, ofthe Atlyp. for. Plf.Jacksonville. 3-28 Florida 4t 4-15' N. D. Walnwrlght. Jr. I TCLCPMONC: 4.3551JACKSONVILLt.

I wearing a new summer coat of given by Hart Furniture., a lamp built the R. J. E. high school and the occupant annual'i: coinpeiihatloni of nald office.i The imlcl I RHMPNHtnent to- FLORIDA

I exceptional attractiveness and the by Denmark Furniture Co.., an an elementary school alao several to !)(. bfieed,, on the salary. In Circuit In Court(........Hrndford.,.. County.Florldni - -

I exterior walls are rapidly surrendering Ire box set by Farm Home' &: churches and many homes. He or ttreceedlnv cumpenHHtlnn the election paid: :, for for the which year I IIh. Annie Loin. Tlndell Plaintiff VP.

their drab grey for a Auto Supply and orange juicerby was never too bUllY to estimatethe I .. candidate. iitllillfleH.Carl I I Fulton' Tlndell,. Defendant., CUne

\ new bright white. The grounds Darby Bros., Ironing pad by cost or draw a plan for a ..8 5t S-6 City John of. Starke City. Clerk, "'110., No.. 7220.Order of Publication AadXetle Come By'And Ask For A

Starke Builders Supply and also building, and If To Appear
.1 necessary build
In rlrealt Cnnrf. Bradford C.nlr. 8 T ATE OF FLORIDA to: Demonstration Of .
.1f gifts from Electric Service &: Sup the home. Also through his efforts fr'lorldal In Cknnrery.RiKBell ". Vulton Tlndell whose renldtnca IP:

.1i f ply. and Andrews Motor Co. Thebrlde' and leadership $2160 has been Lloyd Cooper Plaintiff' va. 70 HI. Phillip. Street Charleston
Louise Erika ; Defendant.CMHB : : South Carolina
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Cooper,
book was given by Mrs. raised for the purchase of a school &: No. 7JIO1. You are required to appear on
i We have everything you J. M. Mitchell. site of nine acres. This plot has Order. .f Publleatlon and Nellc May 2. 1444 in the above named
.
Court and wherein plaintiff' .
Tn cauee. 9 No Static
need for the small plot or Following the ceremony a gay been deeded to Bradford Countyfor TAT JI] or Appear FLORIDA tot peeka dlvnrce & care custody A

I farm reception. !WIth dancing and group the erection of a new High deuce Louise IH Erlkn unknown. Cooper whose r.il- County control Telegraph of. minor hall child.ptlhllph. Bradford, thin .*. ..No Fading
:
ALSOCOMPLETE singing was enjoyed by membersand School building. Plans for build- You are required to appear on Order In next four weekly IpnueeWltnene .

I LINE guests of the Tourist Club. Ing are already drawn.A April Court 25 and 1949 In wherein the abuve named peal at Htarke my Florida hand and this official March' F JYI No Stations
cause plaintiff
: HARDWARE ITEMS Refreshments were served by Mrs. believer In education of head. seeks divorce Bradford County 30. 1949. Interfering

\ FARM .IMPLEMENTS W. H. Nollman Mrs. Gladys Canova heart and hand. He built Bethel Telegraph shall. puhllnh thin. Older (OFFICIAL A.BRAD:Clerk of A. Said J.. ThomaS Court.
In four
TOOLS ETC. and Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Baptist Church In which this anniversary next my hand weekly. and tpi official"iee.WUneitM seal. By Haven Crophv I). (7t.keeph .C. Better Tone

"Mr. Routt Is currently employed will be held. It stands at 33. Htarke 1949. Florida this Marco ., JncMponvllle K. Skipper Florida.221 OrahalnItldir

In Starke on the new Baptist out aa a monument in his devotion (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas Atty. for F'lf. 4.1 4t 4-22

. Church building.MARCIA to Christian Education. In Ap Clerk of said. Court.
Ny Haven C. iv rinrriT COPS. BRnFonnCOI'VTY.
4 addition to that his dally' life as Thomas J. wr.s.D. Green COT FLOR'D"| IV CHAN-

a pillar of Bethel church and a SiirlnvH', Florida CRHV. ADIOSSeat
JUNIOR Attya. for fjf. 1-2S U -ll Winnie R Seymour plaintiff va.
; devout leader will be a blueprint __ James Pnul Seymour: Defendant.. Chas. Shepherd
BY LADY FAIR for others to follow. In Circuit: Court, Bradford Coaa y.Florldai Cape No. 7199.ORTFR Covers
In (.kaaMery.Anna OP PT''RLT.o\TION
Florins Johnaon Plaintiff' AND NOTICH3 TO APPEAR
j BEAUTY SHOP "... .Aibert.Johnson Defendant. Case STATffl OF FLORIDA..: JamepPnul
District Court & Madison Sts. Starke Fla.
CommanderWill
STRAWBERUV PHARMACIST No. 72i>5. Seymour, whose renldence and ,
HOES Order of Pukllratlon. and Notice address l in: Rlpte HospItal, Columbia -
, S Be Speaker' To Appear South, Carolina:
1 8,4",' x 7" 1 i' TAT OK .' .. () RID A'.. You are required' to appear on

Phone 61STARKEqntheMlnit At Legion Meeting Albert Jtihnaon, who. rvalJenceU
; $1.50 No 6 Went 132nd Street. Apartment .
Service No. e, New York City N. VI'' .
BRADFORD'HARDWARE Commander Thomas C. Itazen You are required to appear on

Jr., announced this week that W, April 35 1949 In the above named.
CO. DAY & NIGHT Court and came" wherein plaintiff
1\(. (tWIll) Scruggs Jr., newly elect peek divert Bradford County KOCH'S SPECIAL PURCHASE
4 STAR
ed Commander Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
H-- p of the Leglon'sFourth next four weekly Imtiea.Wltneaa *

District will be the featured my hand and official seal
at Htarke., Florida this March
speaker at the
Legion'sregular 21.: 1919.
. meeting next Tuesday (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoron.Aa .
{Attention Cattle & Hog Producers night. Commander lit Clerk of paid Court.
.. Scruggs Hy Haven Crosby, D. Cl. VD
addition to his talk will show a John .1. Hendomon, F.q.. St. Aufruntlne DECO

short film on "Boy's Club" con- lot Florida Pit. 125"11 he"Vlare

. STOCK SALE HELD TUESDAY OF. EACH WEEK cerning a program which the Attya. _
I iv rinrriT1 <'cvii?. nni>Fonn
. j With Highest Cash Prices.Being Obtained American Legion Is' sponsoringaU 'ot.C'y, KI.OIIIII" IV CIIAMBetfiYJ : kite
.. st over the country.
1 -.-:_ <\ I ._,nc. an 1 ank.., Plaintiff. v..

, I Turn right at Ball_Park on Waldo Gainesville Road onto 'It'i a crime the way G.... ... Legion The matter Auxiliary of will organizing be taken a Robert M. Banke Defendant. Can SAVE ABOUT

J North Alabama, Road and drive S miles 11II1! What M to do? Nathl t. .st'.1 up at this meeting of the Post No'O'KDER AND NOTICE OF PITBLICATION TO APPKAB: OH
THESE .
G.., pbtolutely eMhsgi"Be and It Is hoped that an Auxiliary STATE OF FLORIDA To: Robert ITEMS

; to Stock Yard. organizational meeting will be M known flanks. : whoa residence la un-

FARMERS LADY FAIR FEAUTY SHOP held In the near future. You are required to appear on
j PRODUCE MARKET Inc. named
Mike Lex April 15. un, In the above
ONPLtrt BEAUT'. SERVICE Gilhooly. Green and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff "
Gainesville Fla. Bf 56NI. 'K :OPERATORS: W. H. Graham have been elected eeeka divorce .. custody of minor ,' s. Gay

: :al.i' i"> AT RAIitKOAD" aa delegates to the Legion's Dept. child.Teleicraph' shall Bradford publlnh this County OrderIn ) Easy to Operate
*
L. W. Cobb Auctioneer W. Fred Moore Mgr. ; i
FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE ,ISftanec Convention to be held In Sara- next four weekly laauee.WKneps
mY hand and official peal.
sota this :
S -rss rrrsrs=p-srss--ss_ ms-ssrrnrrrs_ .weekend. at Htarke, Florida this March 11 Step-on

1949.OFFtCIAI.. CanREGuIRLy'
I rinct'iT {'o t.liT. PRCDFOHn ( !SEAL! ) A. 3. Thomas.

COt"tl'v' FL0RI.ts ixL ; J "AN- Aa Clerk of paid' Court. .. ...9&P
RY'. '.
My Haven Crosby. D. (
l.ol Iron Brown Plulntirr. va. Phil H. O. Brown Starke. Florida' AUF
sure to see the l.utner, frown. Det.idant. Co.. No. for plf. 3-11 4t 4.,
7531 _
ORDER OK" PUBLICATION In ClrrnH Ce.rt. Mredford Co.. y.
-- ANn NOTICR TO AI'PEAR Florida In Ckapieerr. 1.19 8ge
STATK OP KLORIF.A tm Phil Roaemond Turner 8yke PI..lntlff.V" ,
I.nlher llrown whona rmildonca and Cecil lIuch Sykea, Defendant.,
1 1 C iKldreii U: I'SS K rmlt R<>na ey..II Cans i No. TI94 1 ,
Al-ui It -tt nivlnlon. Fl.et Po.i Order of Pvkllrallon and Satire

1j Office. Man KrunclHco, California- C. Appear White .
You ar. required, to appear on STATE OK FLORIDA To: Cecil 1
j ;May Oth 1944. .In the hve named HIIII'ISyk., .... whoiie residence' and Overall rtSVlU me rm Mtt red
Court and c.ute. wherein Ilia I Hawthorne Street
plajntlff address la top I )'
.....k. divorce and restoration at South Norfolk, Virginia: In3et> red !? high. SSJ '
j! maiden nam Bradford County You arc required to appear en. real b.'
Televraph hall publUh this Order April 18. 1919. In the above named. ..
I In next four weekly Ifveueii. Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff -
Wltnea* my hand and offlrrnl seal seeks divorce, care, custody control -
11 J at t4l..rke. Fioridi., thin April, ii. 194'1.' of minor children. Bradford > ...
% (OFFICIAL SEAt.) A. J. Tliomaa. County Telegraph shell publish this
. r A. Clerk of ...lel court., Order In neSt four weekly I..........
Hy lIay n ("r" by. 1>. C. Witness my hand and official Colorful
1 1 tlenrare I. Patten :Starke. Florida'. peal at Starke Fit" this March 1J. .; "
I -- oro All)'. for I'lf. 4-11 4t 4-iMI\ 1944. V .... V/ High
(OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas ,
iv rmriiT rot nr. tin \iiFonn Aa Clerk of said Court. r/v/
;; {'Ol ""S'Y' FLOHIIIli IN: < II t 1'i- By II....en Cropby. D. C.
lEtSjoanph: V* J. "8' Iliirrlnon. ,.ow Kxchance Dh''.., Oval Waste
Slnrklmi.. Plaintiff. ... Irma Jackeonvllle. Florida. Atty." for
II MIorklHH. IHtmiiUnt <'"." N.> TJ.1J Plf. 1-18 4t 4Ffvtlc -
,U onr,ER OP prnwrATiov( :
j XND NOTICR TO BASKET
STATH OF "'I.OHIO.10 APPEAR: Irma Of lateatlen Tn IntrtxlwreMpe4 Carefully rtol/.d
HlofklxH, wh" lxld l.'m-e and address l In: lain Mnyder Avenue, llrook-- Notice l la hereby given that a bill Sfe.lf MatchIng .
t- be Introdticiid In the 194t Flnrl-)
lye" New York: will
.
,
., DM iea of Cenerel Mien You ar. required. to appear on da Lea-lplnture' aa follows: AN ACT floral IIe
.
May 5th 1949. In th. above named, to provide for the Creation or aItrtlford D cprofaiul4Pc. 39c4.c
District
Court and "..u.e. wherein plaintiff' County Hnppltal
....k. divorce. Itntdford and Bradford County Hoepltal. Corporation
l o..nll'T.I..raph '
to provide. for the KntatollKltnient -
shall
tI In next four weekly publish'Imuen.this. Order and ituildinC; Maintenanceand ;

Lowest! Priced Car with CM Iff/tiro -Matlc Price! itt Witness la'ke. m Klorltl'V" han.l' and this official April peal 11th.. | at Starke Operation In Bradford of a 1'lIbll"In.pll.1 County and' for: For kitchen, bath
394'). the. benefit' of the Cltlaena I ReaMenta !
:i (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas of Bradford County and trtaKttenelon I I etc. White. Red trim
nf iroepltallxatlon tl>
Aa
Clerk of said Court
I l"y" M..ven Crosby, D. C. Patients. from Adjolnlna; Countlea: Fi1-I and interior.
.... to Provide' for the Annolnrment nfTruntee
Frank Landrum Stark. Florida.
tl (
.
K Corporation
for Said Hospital' : .
for ) 'if
Atty. 4-s
.Want llinllinK performance plim' Come f..aat your eye on the'autonatiO" 4t 4-21 and to Fix their Powers 3iIRIGHT

driving at it..ry. slunningbe.ul"ofthe..wPonti.cIwat In Clrriilt (........ Bradford raHHty. and utlee; to Provide for the RainInif Appropriation -. BREAD BOX
and the
Money
I KlorMMl IM t h. <>
? Want loLa and iota of room" model. Ami take our word for it, SI..k. U". H Pltilntlrf.evy.Joiieph v.. Rlea- of Revenues by Bradford Countyfor

.nd airy yi.ion? Want a ride that when you drii and ride, you're In nor nremntk. :8ta. ..kua, Defendant. the Erection: and Maintenanceof I
gentle the roughest highway? for an even greater thrill I Cue No. TUT. Such Jloapltal. by the Allocationto Canister Set :
Order .> Pabllretl.it. sad each Moppltal of Portion of the Reg.
In soon as 'Mellrr C.. A ,, Race Track Fund Which May P* 79
What YOU want in thin big new So why not come a you enr Received br Bradford County. and 98c

S Fontiaefor 194')-the loweat-priced .,.11I-M* the 1919 model,"-and get Eleanor STATIc HrepMk OP FI.OKIDA$'. kue. whose to! of the Levy nf Ad Valorem' Taxes Regularly L- -- -----

eM with CM Hydra.Maiic Drive! the whole Pontiac atoryfOM residence and addreea la 81 "8' yleaAvenue hy aM County for the Benefit. of Me t
ttalri Koppltal. and to Make the
PKPi'oair. Rhode Inland
: 89c fjt
You are required to on I.lmlta of the Hospital Plptrlct Cr> White with red
appear .
r
.
May 9th. U'' in the above named Rxtenelv With the Llmlta of. Br. I rounJ
HYMA-MA1K D m given you uiwurpawd "automatio" driving Court and "caue. wherein plaintiffeeka ford Charier Cnunfy.B. Jolm Plate Senator, 4 handy sizes' for tea coffee, etc hinged cover

e_. No clutch pedaL! You just sit back, all" dries I Telea-rapn.. dlvorpe.Khali puMI Bradford h this Count OrderIn 15th Senatorial Dlatrlct.. II 4-12 White. Red trim and cover corners. Savel!

GM Ilydra-MalH) ha been proved in million of next four weekly I. u.*.
mike of driving. Optional on all model. at eUra coat.McGRIFF Witness my hand and official MorirnNotice
eal at Starke. Florida, this AprilS It hereby Klven to all whom PHONE STAKKE
144. It mar" concern that all dehmre end KOCH DRUG STORE
i (OFFICIAL 8RAI.' A.t. Thnmaa. plalmanta of the estate of Ethel M. 53 FLA. .
STARKE An Clerk of said Court. Pta'a-a ceaped. to file your claim' .
TEMPLE *
't 400 I By Haven Crosby. D.; C. iiiv sworn tn. with the Bounty
MOTORS John J. H.'ndereon, Clio.. Saint Judir of Bradford County. FMrMa.R. .. .
, AVENUE FLORIDA I Aucufttlne.' P'lorlda.ALly. 1C Perryinan on and before
for Plf. .-t 4t .-n


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