Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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TODAYl 13 3:00: P.M.
TillS SIDE HEAVEN" Official County Publication Established In 1877


Senator Johns Asks' Investigation Easter Sunrise Services' I No !Home! BaseballReunited!! Six Local Bills. Touch Wide Range

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Of Welfare Board Delays, ExpensesA The attend public the Easter Is cordially Sunrise invitedto ServIce be The held Easter at the Sunrise Salvation Service Army wU. Until June 1st; rs., I.C.O M. CUJ-OF Of Subjects Affecting TaxpayersMack

at e:30: am. at the First Camp on Lake Bedford Beach as ,

resolution providing for an' Presbyterian Church. Highlightof usual, and Envoy Preston Durden Field Not Ready According to advertisementsnow

Investigation of the State Welfare District Commander this program will be the play Invites the public to Join In on Futch ElectedTo running/ In the Telegraph
"Those Who Passed By", sponsored this occasion. six local bills will be Introduce
Board was Introduced In the scored Executive CouncilOf
Macclenny a 13-4 win
Addresses ,LegionDistrict : by the Young Matron's Cir "We do not know- who the In the current session of the State
Florida State Senate laat Friday over Starke Sunday afternoon
': cle.. The cast Is a. follows:.Miss speaker. will be aa this goes to aa Student Gov't.In Legislature. The City of Starkeis
E. Johns
by State Senator Charley Commander W. M. the new North Florida League
Lucille Mitchell, Naomi; Guy Andrews press," Mr. Durden states, "bu the sponsor of three of these
of Bradford and Union Counties. (Bill) Scruggs, Jr., of the Le opened Its current baseball seaaon election at the Universityof
Jared; Mrs. Guy An- there will be a special and timely* an measures while one is sponsoredby
The resolution was referred to gion'a Fourth District, was the draws Rachel; Miss Marlon Mc message on this very special oc In the other two League (tames Florida on April 7, Mack Futchof the Board of Public Instruction,
the Committees on Welfare and at the local played Sunday Callahan defeated
principal speaker Rae, Paula; Miss Hazel Fields casion. Starke Varsity Party candidate and one each by Sen. Charley E.
Legal Management and Senator meetinglast Green Cove Springs 8-6 and Wes-
Post's regular
Legion for to the Executive
Sabina; B. C. Holtzendorf. Jr. "This I. the third Easter serv representative Johns and Rep. Jake P. Robert
Johns says "I am very much I Also connett stopped Mandarin 160.
Tuesday night. appear School
Council from Law
Simeon; Thomas W. Attaway, thir Chief on the City's list of
bill out of' Ice to be held here, Envoy
hopes of getting the Ing on the program was Legionnaire Macclenny, playing ltd home In field of six.
on was high
within the next Esdras; Rev. Bertram Simmons, den said "It Is the most natural man a special legislation Isi "An Act requiring -
the committees
Raul Reyes Commander Barrabas, the thief who was re- setting for such a service. While diamond had things/ rather easy Pu. The Executive Council Is the leg. Bradford County and any
few day of the University of Florida Post, all the against Starke but islatlve branch of the student
leased at the demand of the mob standing on the bench one can way gov School District, the School Board.
Content of the resolution la as who gave a short talk on Boy despite Pilate's hope that Jesus see the nun slowly rising over the! Callahan had to overcome a 6-0 ernment. Last year it had,control or other political subdivision. to

follows: Club. Next a short film on Boys would be the one chosen for free top of the trees on yonder side deficit with three runs In the of the disposition.. of more than contribute and pay a portion of

"WHEREAS, there Is .wide- Club was shown by the visiting dom; Mrs. Pauline Roberts, the making a wonderful setting for fifth four in the eighth and one V %t $300.000.[ It also approves appoint the expense of laying sidewalks,
criticism and dissatisfaction speakers.W. In the ninth to Green. merits, etc. made by the president
spread -I Angel of Mercy and Miss Mary Lou such a service We have had most conquer sewers, watermalns, curbing and
with the administration of H. Graham one of the Post Dur hlmer' Anger of Power. Spec Impressive services for the past Cove. / of the student body, paving through or along property

the State Welfare Board becauseof delegate. to the Legion Convention lal muslc'wtll! be "St.' Theodolph's two years and are looking forward James Hobbs, Starke! mnnnger, II The U of F Student Govern- owned or held by said county or

its policies and practices and held at Sarasota last weekend Hymn", sung by the combined to a blessed time this Easter stated yesterday that It l Is not 1 ment almost every year Is voted it. said agencies In the City of

its heavy salary expenses for its made a report on the Convention choirs and Mrs. J. Warren Kauf. We trust you will be with us." likely that any home games will beat In the nation by the National Starke."

employee.; and.WHEREAS activities. Also Legionnaire Gra man's violin solo, "Adoration", be played before June 1 becauseof Association of Student Govern- Second orv.tho City' list is a

there are many ham presented the Post Command by Borowaky, accompanied by The Christian, Church of StarkeIs the work now being done on ments. bill "empowering and authorizing

welfare assistance who are unable membership which was presentedto morning message by Mr. Kaufmanand Easter Sunday morning at Hamp- for play for about the next nix, happy reunion In Starke after City Council to levy and ...

to have their claims consideredby him for the Post at the Con- a prayer by Rev. Simmonswill to lake. The pastor, J. B. Dixon weeks. a separation of 28 years are Mrs. Red Cross Fund ses. a qualifying fee on all candidate -

the State Welfare Board and vention. complete the program.At states that In event of rain the I The schedule for the first half James New (left) of Atlanta Ga. for elective municipal of.

.:t-. Its case worker. except after long the 11:00: a.m. worship service .service .will be hed In the church. :,of the season. Is as follows: and her mother, Mrs. John Milltgan lice; aald fee not to exceed five

delays; and, the sermon topic will be April 17-Starke Mandarin\ 122 East 8th St., Starke. Totals $1,724.49 percent of the annual compensation I'
Newcomb Elected All others to attend these
""WHEREAS many person. de- i "Barriers Rolled Away", The combined wishing April 21-Starke at Westcon- Mrs. Mllllagn's\ first husband. left paid to the occupant of said
C airing old age assistance and junior and senior<< choir. meetings are urged to make arrangements home 28 years ago, .while they office. The assessment. to be based
with Mrs. H. .,. nettApril
other welfare benefits are not I will sing Stainer's much loved 28--Starke at Callahan were living,, at Daytona Beach Bradford County's annual Red on the salary or compensationpaid
provided with adequate amounts Head Of Rotarv "God So Loved the World" and Young President of the Auxiliary, May 8-Stark* at Green Cove carrying their daughter with Cross fund now totals $1.724,40. for the year preceding the
or with the pastor. still $186, t short of the 12,311: election for which the candidate
of benefits because a considerable "The Holy City" by Adams. Chil- May 12-Starke at Macclenny him. During all the Interveningyears
portion of the funds provided by dren too young for church service The sponsors of the Junior Westminster May 22-Starke at Mandarin he would give the daughter quota Guy Andrews chairmanof qualifies".

the State Welfare Board is unnecessarily O. S. Newcomb, manager of the will be cared for by the Nursery, Fellowship are pleased to May 26-Sta.rke at WesconnettJune no Information aa to the Identity the annual drive, announced Third measure. sponsored by the

paid to case workers Starke Coca Cola Bottling Co., under the sponsorship of the announce that In the contest recently 5 Starke at Callahan of her mother Finally following yesterday City Is a bill empowering and I

4 and other employees which could was elected president of the Rotary -. Young: Matron's Circle. ended Miss Margaret Rose June 9-Green Cove at Starke a recent heart attack he left "The drive will continue until authorizing the City of Starke to

properly be used for welfare benc. Club at the annual electionof The North Florida Presbyterialwill Duncan earned the greatest number (night) the Information slip that Mrs. we reach the !goal," Mr Andrew cancel certain outstanding muni-

fits; and, offlcera held following the Wednesday be held In the Memorial Presbyterian of points. She I. to be commended June 16-Macclenny at Starke Milligan had a brother livingat stated He pointed out that the cipal tax certificates.. "
Immediate investigation luncheon. Guy Andrews not only for her faIthful (night) Jacksonville Beach and It was local chapter keep $2,100 of the The School Board i Is sponsoring
( should! be had to determine was elected vice president. The Church at SL Augustine, attendance and the member and Playing for Starke last. Sunday! through this source that Mrs. New total quota for use. In this community an act "authorizing the School I

the facts and to suggest new officer will take over at on Thursday April 21. A- large visitors she brought, but also for were: Bryant 3b; McQrlff, as; finally located her mother In while only $311 i Is sent Board of Bradford County to Issue ,

remedies the beginning of the new Rotary delegation Is expected from her very fine spirit of service and Keen,, rf; BUhop. Ib; Scarbrough/ Starke. to national heeadquarters. :' bonds or other mediums of

; year July 1. Starkp. The Ladle Auxiliarywill cooperation. An appropriate award cf; Solano, 2b; Johns If; Funder- "I am sure that the people of Indebtedness. .. for the constructionand

p "NOW, THEREFORE, be It Elected to the new Board of be represented on the program will be presented at the next meet. burk, c; Yanni, p;, Almedo, 2b; Rites Bradford County know and appreciate -,' maintenance of a atatium or
resolved by the Florida State Senate Directors were Newcomb Andrews by Mrs. W. J. Chandler and ing. The winning team under the Perry n. If.Teachers. WednesdayFor the great service that athletic field on the premises of

of the State of Florida: Al Kay Carlisle. Bill Graham Mrs. J. R. Kite. The meeting of enthusiastic leadership of Jimmy Mrs. A. H. Green, Red Cross ha. been to us In our the Bradford County High SchoolIn I

"That the State Welfare Boardbe T. K. McClane, C. H. Naa- Presbytery will be held in the Black will be
Investigated by a special Senate worthy, S. L. Peek, and Roy M. same church on the name day. party given by the losing team Named Lifelong Resident homes were destroyed by wind. Rep. Roberts give notice that :

Committee, provided for here. Ward. Herbert Deal, incumbent Presbytery commissioners from under the leadership of Holll Mrs. Fannie M. Green, 78 ,widow storm" Mr. Andrew. stated. "The he wilt Introduce "An Act requiring I
Inafter, said committee to Inquire will the ninth our church are Thomas Attaway, KnIght Jr. fund that National has sent In to the re-reglstratlon of all I
president serve aa
late Archibald H. Green
Into the expense of operating said member of the new board. Guy Andrews, and F. A. Scott. John Warren Kaufman Pastor For 49-50 Term of died the at the home of her daughter aid victims of these'two disasters the electors of Bradford County

welfare board; to investigate the Prior to the luncheon the Rotarians far exceeds the amount w* are Fla. before being qualified to vote
Mr.. W M. in Starke
policies and practices of the welfare attended Week Wimberly asked. to send to National," the In any kind of election to be held
board; to determine the reasons service In the Methodist union Holy Church. Berries DwindleAs Funeral Services The School Board. In session. Monday morning after a lengthy chairman .said. "It Is nice to kno.wthat In said county after March 1. ;

for the delay In processing For Mrs. RhodenSet here Monday received the follow. Illness. : we have a friend in Red 1930: ; setting up the 'procedure

,applications for welfare assistance, Ing recommendations from tho She was born In Ralford Nov. Cross. when and if needed". for having said re-reglstratlon; J I II
Richard Woodward For SaturdayMrs. Board of Trustees. of Tax 23: 1871. the daughter of the late
and to report Its conclusion. to Mr. Andrew. said that no comrnrmthltie4nther I and providing for the compensa '
:,... the legislature with IlUggelltlOt1ll'a. Funeral' Services Rains ContinueBerry Ruby Rhoden,' 36, 6l School District-No, 1-for the ap James H. and Nancy..Tlsan. Ritch, I than 'Starke have tlon or the' Supervisor of Registration lo4J
and 'resident of
polntment of and teach.' was a lifelong
to legislation to remedy con- principals reported fund raised. In the cur- and his assistants for 1
dition. in the administration of Friday MorningRichard offerings began a marked Starke died In a hospital ers to the' several schools In Bradford Bradford County. She* was an rent drive. "We have hope that services rendered in said re-regls
rise early this week but dropped Wednesday morning following a County: active member of the ]MethodistChurrh. "
from tratlon.
the State Welfare Board; native of when these reports come In
"BE IT FURTHER Woodward 23 who had again Wednesday In the wake of brief Illness. She was a Charles S. Partln Jr., principal other communities In the county The special act proposed to be
RESOLVED been from his home Nashville, Ga. and a lifelong Green Is. survived two I
missing on Bradford High School. Mrs. by
another downpour of rain Tue.daynight. will the Introduced Sen. Johns "Pro-
that the President of the Senate hey put us easily over by
of the Methodist Church.
the Camp Blanding reservation Mrs. Ola M. daughters. Mrs. Wlmherly, and
Perkins, / "
appoint three members of the Sen. principalnampton top, he said. vide for the creation of a Brad.
since Monday, was found deadweanesuay Survivors her husband Mrs. A. F. Hauls of Starke and
are ,
Elementary School. I
ate on said Investigating commit. _u __ .. n. Shipments Monday totalled 233: ford County Hospital District
DY ma ratner J. w Freeman Rhoden; four daughters, Teachers Brooker Junior High tour sons. Lloyd J, Nelson T.,
tee and said committee shall crates, and Tuesday. brought 236 and Bradford County Hospital
I Woodward near the north shore I Agnes. Margaret Sandra Kay. School: Hazel Harrell Johnnie Lorenzo J., and Adam T., all of
to for the
have all the crates to the platform. Wednes- Corporation provide es-
powers appertaining I of Whittemore Lake. Investigating and Caroline Rhoden all of Ree Green Lora Whltten Cloo Starke; five .sisters Mrs. L. L. For New Name tabllshmcnt
and main-
to an investigation committee of day's yield l was only 53 crates I ,
: the Sheriff's office Vernon and Reddish
officers from Starke; two sons Andrews. Conner and Mrs. Drew ,
tenance and of
the with however. operation a public
legislature rights to in Clay County said that death William C. Rhoden II. of Starke; Teachers Lawtey Junior High both of Starke Mrs. J. S. Fredwrcks i Clay Hill Column hospital at Starke In Bradford
subpoena witnesses and necessary was from natural Growers refuse to make any her Mr. and Mrs. J. M. School of Miami and Mr.. R. L.
records and apparently parents : Emma P. Hill, Melba 8.Partln. I the announcement several County, for the benefit of the cltl.
papers; causes, perhaps a heart attack. very definite predictions about Monds; three brothers. Henry Grace Drowning\ JoyceT. Lock hurt and Mrs. Dennis Len- Since zens and residents of Bradford
that the
"EE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Woodward was a graduate of the remainder of the season. Monds, Lawtey; James W. Monde, Futch, Eunice W. Kelly Beatrice non, both of Deland; two half weeks ago Telegraph County, and the extension of hos-

that said committee shall make BHS and was a disabled veteranof Everything depends on the weather -.Jacksonville and Charles A. Futch, Vernon J. Rape, Dor.ma .sisters. Mrs. Lloyd Moore, Ralfonl, I seeking lar column a new written name for Mrs.the popu-Lura pltallzatlon to patients. from ad-

Us investigation and file Its report World War II. He was bornin not only here, but in North Monds, Fort White; two sisters, Grlffis Kathryn WU..an.T..acher and Mrs. Magdeline Espy. Jack. Mohr of Poncn.by Nebraska joining counties; to provide for f

before the expiration of the New Orleans, March 13: 1926 Carolina, It Is reported that the Mrs. Eva Raulerson Glen St. Rising Elementary Honvllle; her step mother Mrs.Amy JurgesM have been the appointment of Trustees for
present session of the Legisla Marys, and Mrs. Rebecca Colson, School: Nadine A. Hitch Ralford and eight suggestions po.ur.Ing
ture." and at the present time was livIng Carolina markets are coming In, Daniels. In from all sections of the said Hospital Corporation and to
with his parent, Mr. and but> not so heavy as yet. What Jacksonville. Teachers Hellbronn Elementary grandchildren. fix their powers and duties; to

Mrs. J. W. Woodward on the effect, if any, bad weather ha. Funeral services will be held School: Mattlt N. Ellis, Louise Funeral services were held In ountry.A reader in Clarno, WIs. provide for the appropriation of
3-Hour Service at the graveside In Dyal Cemetery Crosby. the Starke! Methodist. Church Wednesday suggests
Camp Blanding reservation. The had In that area in the last few that the column be callud! money and the raising of revenue
Ends Week father had been an employe of lays Is not known here. If the Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock Teachers. Hampton Elementary afternoon at 3 o'clock : Doings" because. Mrs. by Bradford County for the erection .
Holy the State Prison Farm for about Carolina crop should bit set backa with Rev. Herman Moody of LaCrosse School: Dorothy Swanbom, Louise with Rev. J. R. Hill pastor and) Fvery-day Mohr write of the/ simple things of such hospital by the allocation r"
Observance 13 and officiating. DeWItt C. JonesIs Raulerson Floy Sullivan. Rev. W. J. Churchwell of Jack.
TodayThe years was currently serving few weeks and weather con I that are most familiar to her to such hospital of portions -
as a conservation officer In charge of arrangements. Teachers Bradford High School sonvlllo officiating Intermentwas Fund
on ditions here should "settle", Brad : eaders. A reader In Hawthorne, of the Race Track
series of Holy Week union Active pallbearers will be D. L. Hazel Cresslcr Verna In Sapp Cemetery near Rnl-
i the cattle range at Blanding in ford growers might expect two J. Demor- FIn| doesn't want the name which may be received by Bradford -
services swill come to a close today which the Prison Is Interested. or three more weeks of shipping Kite H. D. Starling, Clarence est. Blanche Edwards, Eva An I ford under the direction of DeWItt hanged at all. She wants It to County for the benefit of

with the usual three-hour Good I Beside his parents Woodwardis at favorable prices. Moore, Cornelius Moore D. J. demon, Ruble Mae Perkins Della I, C. Jones. remain Hill because that's said hospital and to make the
Friday service in the First Meth- Avery. and Leon Rhoden. Rosenberg Ida D. Smith, Active pall bearers were grandsons Clay .
Alexan.i limits of the Hospital District coextensive
survived by a sister Mrs. R. L. During the week since April 7, I the way It started out and "you
odist Church. aer L. Purcell Myrwln J. ; of the deceased: Edwin. In-
Long with the limits of Brad-
Thompson of Tampa. a total of 783 crates has been mention the church and .school
New Equipment L. Marshall Nagle Jr. man Robert, Herbert, Jimmie, "
The service will begin at 12 Funeral services will be held sold at the market here for all Madge and I know It would never he likea ford County
and continue until 3 o'clock. AThlgham, Ellen If. Law, Delene I.I and Harry Green.
noon In the Church of Christ In Starke average price of $8.73: per crate. Installed By part of them to change the
The public may come and go at Gross Woodham, Louise Beyers, Lyn Guard Unit Rates
Friday morning at 11 o'clock returns to growers for the name
half hour intervals and persons week estimated Starke LaundryThe wood J. Funderburk James C New Scoutmaster will
with W. Herron officiating. Interment are at $6,868.73.The The Telegraph give a year'ssubscription
of all denomination Invitedto Hobbs, Audrey Newman V. R Satisfactory Score
are will follow In the Starke Cleaners & to the \
Kings- season's totals so far are Dry : : And Assistant person suggesting
in this union service. Ferguson Mona A, Cnnova.
Join Icy Lake Cemetery under the 21. 43 crates shipped for an estimated Laundry announcea the Installation Teachers Bradford the best new name or In Army InspectionAnnual
direction of DeWItt C. Jones. return of 20789198. of complete new air-driven Elementary: ,I For Troop 70 offering the best reason why the
National Guard laundry equipment known as the School l: Helen Malone, Madga Mlddleton II name should not be changed. Mrs. Army Inspection, for Hq.
Edna Prevatt Lcola Ro- The appointment. of Johnny Joca
Inf. held
Unlpress. Mohr hall announced that she Co. 2nd Bn. 12th was
Plans Stag PartyAt Naval Reservists Maj. Kidd Completes Mrs. Junlus M. Smith, manager bert., Evalyn Cooper, Anna Belle as Scoutmaster and R. O. Davis will also send a nice gift to the Monday night by Lt. Col. C. C.

Asked To Meet Command SchoolAt state that this modern equip Berlin, Lonnlo Wlngate Lucille as Assistant Scoutmaster for Boy winner. Bristol from Third Army Headquarters -
the next regular drill night
Brown Justine Pellum Ethel Se- :Scout' Troop 70 was announcedthis
ment work In one operation Come on all you readers of Mrs. Inspecting General's De.
Wednesday April 20, the local Lt. West, Apr. 20 Ft. LeavenworthMajor processes turning it out completely well Ernestine McRae Nina Blah week by Herbert Deal chair- Mohr's column-Int'a have your partment. A thorough Inspectionwas
National Guard unit will have
op Lillie Bridges Edna Hart. man of the Troop Committee.Mr. .
made of all administration
We will hold the
stag party for all member. of All Naval Reserve officers In Richard G.'Kldd of Starke finished and much more attractively Muriel Norman, Eunice Searing. Joca who la principal of the suggestions.
done than the old method test open for another. week or two supply, records maintenance, and
the company at Baker's Place, the Starke area are encouragedto graduated recently from the Associate Rebecca Slmrtion, Willie Mae Brooker Junior High School, sue
Keystone Heights. be present at the office of the Course of the Commandand where part of the finishing workon Denton Ruth Frazier Kate Shepard ceedAt Kay Carlisle. who re- In order to give everyone a chanceto training. of
be heard fro.m.Liveatock The attendance the Companywas
Dinner is on order for all, and Tax: Assessor In the courthouseat General Staff College at shirts, etc. had to be executedby > Mr.. A. J. Thomas, Jr. centlv reslarned. rating of satisfactory.
given a
recreation will consist of fishing. 8 p.m. Wednesday. April 20. Fort Leavenworth. Kansas. He hand.
(music supervisor Bradford County I Troop 70 meets every The administration supply, trainIng -
swimming. games, etc. The party At this time they will be able was a student In the Departmentof Mrs. Smith Invites the publicto Schools), night In the new Scout building Market and other phases of the inspection -
visit the laundry and see this I
will be strictly Informal and to effecet their permanent appoint Operation and Training of the equipment In R. J.. E. High School: Mable i and all boys who .would like to Has Stronger SaleA were also given the rat

civilian dress instead of uniform ment in the Naval Reserve, which College.The. Interesting ation. new oper Jenkins, Mae Frances Jenkins AN become Scouts are Invited' to at ing of satisfactory. The inspecting

will be worn. for some may prove a promotion Command and General ameaae Chandler, Ernestine Boston I tend Plans are now on foot to much stronger, sale thIs week officer pointed out that there

The party la tree to all member and may receive the medals Staff College Is the Army's most Final LocalRehearsalla Rose Genetha B. Moran Mil. promote a Scout baseball. team. with prices steady on all slaughter were only two ratings (aatlsfacI I

of the Company and Is being paid earned for war service. advanced educational Institution dred Paul Arlethla Nathan, Benjamin grades' was reported yesterday. by tory and unsatisfactory) givenby

for out of the,Company fund. Also at this time an explanation The Associate Course, conductedfor Set Williams. TOURIST CLUBOver W. F Moore manager of the the Inspecting General's! De-

of the Naval Reserve retirement officer of the National Guard For Choir Festival Lawtey Training School; AnnieB. Farmers Produce Market Inc.. partment. i I

CALENDAR OF EVENTS system will be given for those and Officers' Reserve Corps Is Anderson Zeporah P. Jennings, forty people attended a Gainesville There was a good Lt. Col. Robt. B. Harkness ot

Tuesday Tourist Club at Wo Interested and applications for of three months' duration and has IMPORTANT NOTICE Sallie C. Price, Gladys Robinson. bingo party held Tuesday. night demand for stocker cattle. Lake City, who Is Battalion Commander -

man's Club 7:30: p.m. additional uniform gratuity will the mission of preparing officers TO ALL MEMBERS: '" Hampton Training School; Suannah by the Tourist Club In the Wo HOGS: No. 1, 17.75; No. 2. 17.- visited the Company for

be prepared by Lt. F. G. West, for duty as division commander OF CHORAL GROUP Williams. man's Club Building. 25: No. 3, 16.73; No. 4, 16.M; No. Inspection.Two .

Wed. Rotary Club, Methodist USNR. officer in charge of the and general staff officers at division The final local rehearsal of the Thurston Elemenetary School: Some fifteen prizes were given :3 I, 1600. members of the unit who

P.ec. Hall 12:15: p.m. Naval Reserve Training Center in level. To be selected to Church Choir Festival will be held Mvlonease Taylor and were donated by the Tourist CALVES: Medium. 2300 to 21- are attending ROTC. James B,

Wed. Lions Club USO Bldg. Gainesville. attend this course student must here Monday evening April 18 at Wateroak Elementary School: Club members themselves. The 00: Common 2000 to 23.00: ; Culls, Godwin and William C. Smith

7:30: p.m.Thura. have completed both basic and 8:00: p.m. In the Woman's Club. Alice Marie WlUon. highlighting prize of the eveningwas 16 00 to 2000.STEERS drilled with the company for this.

IOOF. Odd fellow meetIng Chief Has New Way advanced course In their branch Delbert Sterrett of the University Upon motion of L. A. Canova given by J. C. Faubor, a & HEIFERS: Good Inspection.

Lodge Hall, 8 p.m. ot the service. of Florida's Division of Music seconded by L. T. Johns, the representative. of The Rexalr 24.00 to 23: .30; Medium, 22.OO to

SaL Amusement Game., Catholic To Get His Men Out In civilian life. Major Kldd is an will conduct the rehearsal. Mrs. Board approved the list of recommendations Product Mr. Faubor gave away :21 00: Stockers. 1700, to 2100. TB & Health Group

USO. 8:30: pm. For Fire Drill engineer with the Military Department Edward Charbonneau of this city from the Trustees. three prizes, each a 113 discount COWS: Medium, 20.75 to 22.-

Apr. 17 Brad. Co. Singing of the State of Florida ha. been In charge of the weekly toward a vacuum cleaner. 73: ; Common 18.00 to 20.73: : Cut Will Meet MondayThe

Conventeion. Graham Christian When the fire alarm sounded He Is plans and training officer Monday evening rehearsals which New Drive-In OpensLacy Next week's program .will Include ters. 15.BO to 1800; Canners 14.-

Church all day. about 7:30 o'clock Wednesday for the 2nd Bn, 124 Inf., Florida supplement the regular monthly movies of a lawn party the 00 to 13.30; Stockers, 17.00 to Bradford County TB and
National Guard.Harley'Strong. Mobley of Starke has club held a few week. ago In the 2000. Health Association will hold a
Apr. 18 WSCS meeting at night it wasn't a fire and It rehearsals under University direc-
Church. 3:30: pm wasn't a false alarm. It was a tion. opened the Blue Chip Drive-In &: yard of Mr. W. H Nollman. Also BULLS up to 18.73.: meeting Monday evening April 18

Apr. 18 TB &: Health Assn. new way Chief Pickett has of Sale A final mass rehearsal for all Restaurant about one mile out on the program will be game "We have several feeder and at the Methodist Recreation building -

meeting, Methodist Rae Hall 8 getting his volunteer firemen out choir In the area, which embraces on the Ralford highway. and group singing. stocker buyers for cattle on next at 8 o'clock.
with. Hostesses for next week are Tuesday's sale ,who want several Mrs. J. Walnwrlght.. chair
to drill. and communities
Harley F. Strong. Starke jeweler Gainesville
p.m.Apr.. 18 Church Choir Group "I figure that a drill I. just a* announce a sale In which in 30 miles of that CIty. win be To Build HomeJ. Mr. L. Hazen. Mr.. A. E. McKinney cars of cattle. Make every effort man. Invites anyone Interested in
C. J. cattle In a* ware this work to attend this meeting. *
and Mr. Wynn. to early
rehearsal Woman's Club at 8 Important a* a fire Chief Pick- the price of his entire stock will held Sunday. April 24, at 4:00: p. get your f
of Stark has been Mr,. Oladys Conova and Mrs. assured of plenty of buyersfor Facts will be brought out of what I
ett said "and sounding: the alarm be reduced 20 percent. The sale m. at the University auditorium.The W Smith
p.m.Apr.. 20 PTA Board meeting, I* one sure way of getting the asts for 10 day. only ending, festival Itself will be held Issued a building permit for a |I Marion Carney were chairman of next Tuesday and every Tuesday disposition will be made of the J

School Library 3:13: p.m. men out. April 23. May 1. at .::00 pm. I $1,000 home on Orange street.l) the Bingo Party. thereafter," Mr. Moore\ stated. In Seal-sale this county.money and TB cases



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Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Clay Hill HamptonBy I 1'.r' Cflljj.L F

187. E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCMEDiTonrsO lure 2- *. M. C. Sweeney
By RurrloIIr S e e II
h >d Every Fritter and Entered a Bacood Pones, Nebr.UTicr.tn 1'-.M6 Fresh MULLET

CLas Matter the rust Office at Starke, Fla. EASTER: KEKVICEH I 1 .I Red BASS

I not that April .has CROWDED SNAKE PITS!! Easter Services will be held in Dressed Cat Fish

MEMBERrfptlasi <3> 1949 banner" lifted to the wind and I Copies of "Florida's Shadow. the three Hampton Churches on -. A senior In Mrs. Sea TROUT

wrlcoine the gentle' shourr land" a report on Florida' Institutions Sunday. Baptist and Christian Bradford Cafeteria she can yell. has Large SHRIMP

..... S2.M AasmuUy else For Six MontbsCOD for the mentally Ul have Churches will have morning and Woodham-s homeroomhe OYSTERS
The voice of Spring Is heard on' The Bradford School Cafeteria, eye, about 4 ft.
been forwarded to Senator Johns evening services at 11 ..m. and blond hair, grey Steak FISH
every side and Representative Roberts, legislators 7:30: pm., while the Methodist under the supervision of Mrs. 11 Inches In height and weighs Live
Brooks now are free to join the of Bradford County. Church services will begin at 3:30: Myrtle Jones is a very attractive only 90 pounds. Her favorite past- Fryers & liens

river's tide, This report was prepared by p.m. The Pastor of these churches place. At the windows are cur- time is eating chocolate candy. ALL FISH DRESSED

And birds, returning: from their Stephen Trumbull. a staff :-writer have extended a cordial welcometo Home talna Economics which were Department made In under the and listening to popular records.LUMINALL FREE OF CHARGEMAGNOLIA

southern tide of the Miami Herald. Mr. Trum- all
the supervision of Mrs. Myrtle
V Gather fresh to build their buU visited the State Hospitals at
VIEWPOINT twigs Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Olson left Jones and Miss Madge Whigham.'
northern nest. Chattahoochec and Arcadia, and I
f& for their home in Torrlngton. in the cafeteria -
# About 380 are eating
the Florida Farm .t
April ha lifted banners to the Colony Conn. Wednesday of last week, FISH MARKET
Gainesville, and gives a most daily.
wind; after spending the past six monthsat
GOVERNMENT AT LESS OlT-TOD.\V! graphic picture of Florida's I In the cafeteria every afternoon
Careless and young she moves their home here. The Olsons
"Snake Pits. free orange Juice is served to
Every day we read< divergent views as to whether new taxea are undisciplined.And recently sold their bungalow to grades one through six four daysa -
He found that there 5,865
Mrs. Fred Whidden,
Mr. and
raaBy necessary in Florida and. if so, how much. To add to the gen- even a* the silver rain comes of Chaltahoochee. with week and chocolate milk oncea .the paint' that -
of Pearson Ga.
eaI confusion, these opinions range all the way from Governor War- down only six doctors with various degrees week. They are also serving does more !for your room -

_'. estimate of t5O.OOO.000, In new taxes needed, to claims by others The sunlight playa upon the fields of psychiatric qualifications, Eugene Hall, son of Mr. and free lunches to the children who 1..1. peat ,0$ N ,lick ... .11V-

u.t no "new" tax sources would be needed at all If real economyefere and town. or a ratio of 1 to 077 patients. Mrs. Angus Hall returned to his I are unable to buy them. art to. M ...,...Cull l raMf..tti.| h.LAsia
home this week after undergoing ..... that Mnt' <. .... IN
given more than lip service In governmental circles and It tax LifeI.is expectant and the blood and the ration of nurses is 1 to Alachua 5s. .. cta
an appendectomy in ..hrmli).... Wer..dll.DEALER'S
_sments were equalized throughout the state so that every properly runs swift 270 patients. He found that the County Hospital Gainesville on TORNADO TALES

owner .would be paying on the same basis. For nature brings again a priceless wooden floors are rotten the Wednesday of last week. NAME

It will be remembered that when the 1947 Legislature met there gift.Remorseless steam pipes leaking and that the Mrs. D. W. Johnson and Mrs.B. Did everybody see the circus? & ADDRESS YOU'RELUCKY

WM sJjw heated argument over whether new taxes were needed or not. winter turned and screens have jagged rusty holesin L. Hinson attended the funeralof Between candy apples, pop corn,
them. In some wards the conditions and cracker Jack (with prizes,
Renponsible official were millions of dollars apart in their estimates went Its way J. G. Minton In Tampa on
are said to be so crowded too) we saw Vernon and Doris.Peggy .
mud members of the Legislature, most of them trying to do a good Skies are blue, that yesterdaywere Tuesday. Mr. Minton "was a nephew -
that a patient cannot walk aroundthe Ann and Billy. George \ Injury in
>>t>. found that they were operating In the dark. Because of red tape, grey. of the late Aaron Minton of you may escape an
other beds if he wishes to I and Alma Nancy and Buddy,
ewtfTietlng and obsolete laws and other obstacles they found it was -Albert Ralph Korn. leave his own, but must walk Hampton. Kenneth and Joan and Just oodles ON! Co" l accident, but'you cant escape -

hmpnmlble to get a clear picture of how the state stood financially. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and ".9 '
April is a gay month. The wind lt. financial
dissatisfied. with ( lack of I over.At children of Ocala. recently visited I more.Who obligation
Many legislators were a system or one) blows here so much In the west. the Farm Colony he found was Pearle with Friday tr

jkdrr which they were expected to operate blindfolded so a committee It is such an alive thing and tosses 481 inmates and no one 'on the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn at night? Hear they were mighty 'Inquire about Automobileand

of thirteen experienced members started out to learn why they could the leave and every loose object.It place with recognized psychiatric Hampton Lake. cute boys. Bet Idell and Elizabeth

MI get the needed facts about the public's dollar. Other group assnsliil makes things dance and sings training. There Is one registered Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall and bad fun in Gainesville Saturday M...fob. .-"-.. Accident 'Insurance
in this tremendous task-the Florida Retailers Association, theY around the house. I love the wind. nurse and only 47 attendants. And I daughters. Margaret and Lucile, night. P''' 11.

wMa Institute of Accountants and the Florida State Bar Association It soon dries up the mud. The since Florida makes no provision spent Thursday through Sunday Among: the latest hair cuts Ntr-c..MOUse.in tar tw HAunrut_.
served without any compensation except the knowledge that soil now lies bare to the sunlight for negro children who are feebleminded visiting friends in Valdosta and we find Peggy Ann, Sue Biggs, ort c_.. .to _._ 0 woii g" -.|
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other points In Georgia. .4 at a Agency
ffewv were helping perform a needed public service. In my garden ready to be turned or epileptic, Mr. Trum and "Ollle". Think Doris' has e

The reports of this: committee tells us a great deal I about our and planted. Showers make the bull found afflicted negro children :I Recent guests of Mrs. T. C. gotten 'bout an Inch shorter too. Phono IS STARKE, FLA.Upemntlna .
and the chained to beds In the I Chastairv Mr. and Mrs. Harvard
grass green tulips are tied or were We FARM HOME &
State government that we have never known before. thought C. C. had a date ,
fairly crackling they are growingso squalor of their own sections of Chastaln. St. Augustine, :Mr. .
Pix one thing the committee found strong evidence of duplicationand with B. B. Friday. What happened.
fast. My daffidols are a bit the cities. and Mrs. W. W. Chastain. Braden-
In the State's various services Carl TWonder AUTO SUPPLY .
overlapping Inspection with re- slower. I also have another deep The Arcadia Institution with 854 ton, and Mrs. Eunice Crews of, .
..ltb g waste of taxpayers' money and confusion to industries beingaa.peetsd. blue flower In bloom. The boys Live Oak.Vincent who Johnny Carter was '.,....
patients presents a little. brighter I Starkc, Fla-
In the 44-45 the State had 2,183 "field with Saturday. Umm! ,.
two-year period have been out cleaning the yard 'picture since there are more at- Fuego, of Jacksonville, I THE TRAVELERS. Hartford

...iiscntatlves" (a Tallahassee phrase meaning Inspector). but In for three day after school. I tendants per patient than at Chat- has been) a guest of Bruce Max- about And his do get to Drew the to tell Hear you I'
trip zoo.
file very next two-year period this number increased more than 50tsoamt have not done anything to It. I tahoochee and the building Is new- well. Mrs. Ida Maxwell of Jacksonville he had quite a time. Moral: Keep .. _L .
to 3315./ Salaries paid field representatives jumped from just love to rake, but I never er, but Dr. Daves, the medical Is spending several days away from Llama ----

33.7O.OOO( to (8,157,000./ Their total traveling expenses Increased know when to stop. I have plentyto director has only one assistant with relatives here. cages.Was
B. with Mon-
mart than a million dollars from $1.267.000 to t2.282.QOO. do inside. I dressed. a chicken,I general practitioner. Mrs. Alma Saxon has been day p.m.Patsy? He really Dolph keeps us Rom where I sit... /P Joe Marsh,

In seeking to curb what It terms another "inefficient method", the awhile ago. I put it in the refrigerator Mr. Trumbull: went on to say of spending the past two weeks in guessing.
to bake
committee recommends that the legislature abolish so-called "con I Sunday. his report, "It Is an eye-witness Jacksonville, to be near her mother Guess everybody knows about

tinwd g" or non-stop appropriations so the elected representative of We had two ambulance calls this account from the abode of our Mrs. Della Dyal. who Is our holiday Friday.

tike people will have greater control over the spending of tax money week, heart attacks. All of you. mentally ill, the people who sit on hospitalized there. HAPPY EASTER! There'll Always Bea

Because of the steady, Insidious spread of continuing appropriation I folks now past forty take things wooden benches staring vacantlyat Mrs J. H. McAlhany. Mr. and. -
easier, especially the men and blank walls and awaiting the Mrs. Marvin McAlhany, Mrs. Al- "Gawker"Harry
the control than 20
*, Legislature actually percent of the ,
you"may YOU IMAGINE .
stop your worrying or relief of death. Some this
vary mira Johnston and two daughters.
tax Into the state
money paid treasury. Naturally, the various departments -
heart trouble. Be
have as happy
routine by screaming and crying
Ernestine and Rachel, returned
April without showers
and heads like to obtain
agency continuing appropriation.JIe and calm as you can be. It will as they fight strange demons-.- to their home In Reevesvtlle, S. C. Miss Newman .without smile? the Hermit. as he's From where I sit, Harry' a lot
do not then have to before
Anne; they go economy-minded appropri- pay you In good health. We burled Tills U the land of Florida's 'snake last week "cirUlxed" than the people'
on Monday, after enjoying a visit Jo Anne without Jack? called earn into>> town mora
attaoa committees of the Legislature each two year to justify theirYadget another new born infant. Those pits' where we pen up those who with the J. W. Horne family. Vernon without girls? and, as usual, caused quite stir who make fun of him. He's eon-

requests things are sad. In Rev. 22Chap. had the misfortune to be stricken Miss Florrie Gnann of Jackson- I Chemistry without tests? He looks like a cross between Santa tented, lives the way he believes
Imagine the manager of a department store assuming that because 3 tells of heaven. Paradise It calls with a sickness of the mind Instead -
ville, spent the weekend here Marian without that red sweater? Clans and Daniel Boon right without harming anyoseand -
tie We bad a friendly glass of beer
( get $10,000 next year and the year after that! The same will not let us die. The tree of places where your state has takenits Mrs. J, G. Lamoreaux, of Smith The bulletin board without Pat? and I asks him "Don't others whose tastes in lining are
Life and Cod will be with and together ,
exists In matter of so-called shortest step from the Dark
mdruon the "ear-marked" funds. Some Lake was a visitor here Tuesday. A zoo without Llamas? different from his.
Jesus will be our judge. The you ever get! annoyed at the way
Vpartmenta have managed to stake out all the revenue from specified wayI Ages, where we always have John Carter without his car? the
and all
stare same
understand It. Theseare CARD OF THANKSWe some people you we
been too late with too little.
taoc sources for their own expenses. Naturally, the tendency of Alma without candy ? "
any apples drink tile
go by' "Shucks no, Harry says. or act the same,or eat or
Soma have written do not the where state-
they places your wish to thank all those who
sssck or department is to regard these ear-marked funds aspneat. Cooley with a thumb? .
agency "Only while they're laughin'! at same, bat in a free country why..
want the name of this column even In this year of 1949-practices were so kind during the long illness -
property and to spend them to the last dime. The committee '
I'm feelin' mite for kouU we? ,
Its most ridiculous, niggardlyand me, a sorry ,
and death of loved ,
JMIirvea that such ear-marked funds should be abolished not only In changed. Don't forget to write our one them. Imagine-folks 10
The SPOBTBAITSPjih urgrown-
utterly false economy. B. E. Hall. We also wish to ex.
... Interest of economy but also as a step toward simplifying the what you think. I will let our liquor boys have their lobby at press our grateful appreciationfor up they can't see I'm really just 17"1 A

I9.ate's present complicated bookkeeping system. It does not believe Editor Gene deride on the name 'Tallahassee. The horse and dog- the floral offerings. Rah! Rah! goes this tiny the same as they are underneath." OI./fJ Id""l

That tax money paid Into treasury ahould be regarded as the privateproperty and I will send a present to the track boys have. theirs. Even the Sincerely, the Hall Family. miss the who has been a cheerleaderfor

of any official, agency, department, or Institution. After one who names the column. More gambling slime has Its "voices". past three years. You
would" be 1919 United States Brewers FounJaiia
Copyright, ,
zR there is only one source of tax money, and that 1 II John Q. Public, requests' for the name of the The bewildered, crowded bedeviledand TEACHERS: We now bale surprised at how loud

..... pays it all In the bitter end. screaming mad man In the that hard-to-get practice) paper
Anthills Medicine. I It
: hope helpsall
Another deplorable attitude discovered by the committee on the Institution has no voice at the for students ruled and plain. In

part of come officials was an inclination to scoff at relatively small of them. Hazel Griffls has a council tables. 9 x 13 alee., 8.1" cents per ream.-

_I.... For example when Representative Sheppard! suggested picture of brother Earl Mosely In When enough Floridians get Bradford County Telegraph.
steamed up about It and start
low minor consolidations: cf services which would save more than his Coaat Guard Uniform and he
writing letters to their legislators -
S2aa.0nn a year he was told In effect that such sums were so small looks handsome He has been gone something might happen. Un-

they weren't worth bothering about. Nobody was Interested. All he over six weeks now. Hazel had til that time we'll have our "Snake EXPERTtgd

could do was point feebly to a $50OOOOOO/ deficit facing the state and been to church. Richard Moselyof Pits" where there's not enoughof

nrj-e that new taxes be added to the staggering load we're already Highland took a load of turnips anything but misery and hopelessly 3O
to town. It has been
asked U carry. Successful businessmen who are carrying the lion's wrecked' minds that might
Clay Hill. Leon Carter likes I
share of the tax load In Florida today gained success by trying to have been saved.
his teaching at Clay Hill,
print every dollar and 'every dime as wisely and productively as Mrs. W. R. Morse,
he Is doing fine. I am glad. Rich-
p- ble. Is It too much to auk tfiat our public officials adopt the same ard Moaley's baby girl Is walkingnow Florida County Chairman
State Conferenceof
attitude before they ask the public to pay more taxes? and Is IS month old. Lorene o
Social Work
Of course, the committee's report has come In for Its share of Padgett writes such sweet letters

cJ4trilor.: But about all tit critics' have been able to do so far Is tonay She Is getting along fine in school
that the suggested economies' won't entirely eliminate the stateidt and wants a new picture of me. epa\-c

and that some of the recommended reforms are politically impea.tiWe. She enjoys Clay Hill column. A It Anderson Evangelistic -

'. No unbiased thinker however, .will want to adopt the attitude lovely letter from a dear girl nvho; parson. Is now conducting a pSERVItCE YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

that because a certain Condition has always prevailed In thePBS used to go to Clay Hill to school, series of revival meetings at the

there Is no use trying to do anything about It In the future IfVB Mamie Lou Johns. She now lives Christian Missionary Alliance and C.
at Mlddleburg and is In the 8th Gospel Tabernacle at S38 E. Un- THESE & MANY MORE GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERS
makes mind that its
public up Its tax money should not be wasted
grade at school.) She had been iversity Ave., Gainesville. Rev. ShepherdAt
ausd become sufficiently aroused over the situation, something will
to a party at Ed Wllklnson'Blenher Anderson Is assisted by the Musical -
/b* .*one about It. No worthwhile reform that has the backing of public dear heart she wrote a lovely Millers. Services continue each Gay's Service Station .

'.....ton can be branded as politically Impossible. letter. Her sister Mrs. Geneva Har
evening at 7:30: o'clock.
ris has a new baby boy. Mitchell Golden Cream Kounty Kist CORN No. 303 can 15c

Wayne. She has been to the beach, ,

good times. The, Winton Parrlsh .

family of Lawtey have been celebrating Tt.re..dlf, Ir_ D'1 Ctt.*!mIT

t birthdays. Patricia and Armour's M-I-L-K Tall Can lOc
Buddy both have birthdays this - - -

month. They had prayer meetingat

Nellie Wllklnion's Tuesday i'I .-
t ;

at night.M...Next. Phillips week, the be teacher.at Maxvllle She .r I II McGrath's Sweet P-E-A-S. No. 2 Can - lOc

.. the was going to put up strawberries

t a r icNIt.'Iry == writes Mr*. Mable Parrish. I en-

joyed a nice letter from :plre. J. '

,' E, Adklns of Hampton. Fla also I Hygrade OLEOMARGARINE lb. 15c
Etta Fowler of Hawthorne. I love // pkg - -

every letter so much.

HELPFUL; HINTS: To put candles ,

f w on a cake and if you do not

have any holders warm the end I ., t Paas Easter Egg DYE 3 pkgs. - - '- 25cDbby's
a bit and stick a tooth pick In the

The All 'Round Tractor end. Now stick the tooth pick hi i ..
the cake. I found a joy in using

a nice canvas to .roll my pie Whole Kernel CORN No. 2 Can 20c
M ALL 'ROUND THE FARM dough on and a cover for my roll- -

Ing pin. I sent and got one of YOUR EASTER SUIT I
ALL YEAR 'ROUND Pye-Qulck( coupon and /50 cents.

Wfcy bw y a tractor that give ;you only part-time service, Don took me riding last even. : CAN LAST LONGER Hunt's FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 2% Can 33c
to the river which Is at
and the Ford Tractor does'such see -
Working time is what counts, Enjoy lasting beauty from your new Easter ,
flood not far from
stage us just
a variety" of Jobs that It "work more hour, saves over the hill. It Is the Missouri suit If you lei us guard Its fresh-from-the-

mere'Control Ford hour Hydraulic Triple-Quick Touch Attaching Control of, Implement Position River-wide Digger Is and dmvn muddy.In the yard detailed store sparkle pressing with, you meticulous can without wear cleaning that thoughtfor !suit! and for Fancy Blue Rose R-I-C-E, 3 lb. pkg. - 35c

just harking It Is a lovely day an extra season or two, a
..and the big Dearborn
this THE and he I III having fun. We have its age. As soon' as it's soiled, phone us
11.. of Implements
been to town twice, and I have to call for Easter suit. I

..como.II 'round In and tractor.cat the By fnetf.nil means Youwill my house all cleaned nice. I am II I Sundrenched PEACHES No. 2'/ Can - 23c

.. lIke our parts and service jrIJ 9 just a home body. I guess. I love PHONE 133 .
to keep house. I love people and .15
icpartments, too..DIXIE ROOT.GRBEN.
flowers and dogs and birds and

EQUIPMENT Inc. everything.to rook for. I One have Is two my grand dear husband men- 9ktu Temple Yellow layer COCONUT CAKE large size 69c

AT. ,
and we will soon be married Owner .. .
three years. Three glorious happy "
i.. 1436 West Main Street, South years. I always so enjoy my visits "

with you all and now with a widespread Mother's Best GRITS
"r Phone 2639 Gainesville Fia. God bless you all. I leave STARKE. FLA. or MEAL, 5 Ib. - 23c




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.. .....- .. .- _. .- will ba Intrndifted tn the 1949 IeaIxliiture > Make old ---- .:
stamp pale work like Ink. Four cobra S5c per Jar. ....
by the City fit stark; nid
Hill to empower and nuthuric' .> unlil new pith our riilihrr .tamp pled I fonl County TekEl'aph" | | I
City. of Clarke hy and thruimh the
City= Council of mild City I to levy.
nod amieaa a lpusllfglpg: fee on nlvandldiilea
for elm-five, I 'ullh.I..1
office In the City of Clarke: told
e "' Tee not to wxived. Five Purcenl ol
,&: I Mho nnnuul, oitinpennntlon. paid. tri dQSrZEGGSrKECTax
If, i the occupant. or mild ...rn..... 1'hi, ..,- AH irwAs -
I 1 aeiiHnient. to be baecd. cm. I the salary ,
e or comiienniitlon, pnl"l for Ihc year

i e I prwieedliiK, candidate,) the: iiiuilffleH vlerllon t for whichtha IS ST/IL O.K!

Carl Jo him.: Cllv Clerk,, /
4-9 8t 5-8 City of Clarke FluIn .

t Circuit ......1. llrndford (.cent,.
I MvL Florida I In Imnreri.
) / Russell I.loyd Cooper Plaintiff, vatrfiuliin
\ ( : Erika Ooopvr, Defendant.:
\ Cane Ni.>. 7UII1.
( WI 1 9r Order ef Publication and Nolle
/ +l + 'I'o Appear
I TAT Of .F'LOItgIA tar,
I.oulaa Erika. Cooper \\ h".. raaldenca -
.la unknown. !.
You are required to appear on
April 21 104>. in.. the above.. named
Court and cosine wherein plnlntlffKeek
.* divorce. Hrndtnrd County )
Teleirraph. shall publleh. thin Order
In next four weekly iMMUenVltnena .
\ my hand. and officIAl Heal \

h l'4r4/ J M r.4r at U. Mtarka f 1941.. Florida thla M rohIOFFICIAI. \ <<(C... ..

.. SR\T. A..1. Thomas c: ..
Aa Clerk of ml 1.1.1 Couit.llv ) )
Haven Crosby' l l>. <.'. C
Tbonuia J, ItlveiH. green CoveMprlntrx
,, Florida,' @
Attya. for I'It. S-2S It (.

In Circuit ('....... IIrn.It..d fonnly,
'd, Klorltliii. In t hnncery,
AlllUk Fiorina Johnenn. Plaintiff
vii. Albeit Johnson ufandant. Cane SUCh q GOOO eer/
No. 7305.tlrder .
FAST LUXURY of Piihllcntlom. and Nollca

Senvtce 1 .!. ,VI' M 'I'n OF'Alipene 9'LO II I n.' to i

; 6 .. Albert Johnaon. vt hi.>.. reelilonct. Of F" The price of beer can be loaded with
6 "
-- |Its No west Id nil; Ktieet, Apnrt.ment
A lot more relaxation In comfortable No. 6, New Y.k Cite I X.: Y, N' 'S freight or it can be loaded with flavor.
"Queens for a Week" are these smiling Indies w 10 were among the throe chosen for this honor in You Art required to appear. onl ;;
modem coaches. More p r.. If you'd rather buy tlavor instead of
convenience IS. 194'J. In the above n4tm.tlCourt
recent weeks by the Starke Tourist Club. From left to right; 1\r8.\ George. Wilson. White Plains. N. and ...u., herein plnlnttffnaeka1 'a
i Beer. is especially
In frequent day and GI freight buy JAX JAX
Y.; Mr*.. Lena Schlotthauer, Hamburg Iowa; and Mrs. Anthony Certnenaro North Adams Maaa. Kach dlvorco.. Hradford County I of the South.
tailored to the tastes
night schedules. More travel enJoyment Talevraph shall publUh Ihla Order
week during the height of the winter season the Tourist Club selected. the lady who wan farthest I In next four weekly lainiea.Vltnoan N- And because don't extra
east. you pay
along finest scenic ,
hand and nfflclnl' peal
from home as "Queen for a Week." She was presented gifts from local merchants and crownedn \ my
routes. And ]lowest fares in trans. away ..t Htarka, Florida' this March for freight you get FIVE bottles cf JAX
) appropriate ceremonies The Tourist Club meets each Tuesday evening in the Woman's Club and 81. 1911.! t for the of FOUR bottles of "Long-
portation. See your Greyhound (OFFICIAL' !912A1.1! A. J. Thomas 5
Agent for choice of routes and everyone I 18 cordially invited to attend. _ha Clerk of paid Court Distance" shipped beer
1>. 4\
schedules Go GREYHOUND! Y.'h.IUI.nlr.r.: :: T-'ol Eau J. Bt. Au.

!TSotlre\ Of Intention To ..'....d.... Auld ITnnDltal' and to Make the (H"I"let\ 8KAI.! ) A, .T. ThomaaA i HTllatlne. Florida.Attya. JAX EWING COMPANY JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
Mprrlnl, LcKlelntlnnNotice J.iiiillK, or the lliiHpltnl: Olntrlft Cn-I Clerk of mild Cointllv for Plf. ..25 4t (-II
7 : In herehy given. that. bill ExtenelveVllh: the l.ltnlti of Hrniltnn ll.iven Croiihy, n. C
R 9.tI MI6i 3".. will be Introduced. In the I'.M'I 'Iorl.1. \ ('0"n ty. John ,1. IlemlerNon 1'1.: '| SainAiitrnstlnc ,--- -- -- -'- -
la Leu-Mature a* follow: AN ..M'TI" : fhnrlov Jo:. Johnit. Stnte' Penntor, I Florida, ,
provide. for the Clealion of a 131 h Hcnntoilal. i DUtrlot. (t 4UNo'rIC. Ally. foe !'If. 4-f) 4t 4-211 U
Bradford County Hnppltal Dlntrlctand In t Ircnlt ourt.. Ilrndlard'a.ett. .. i
'Hradford. (County Moxpltul Cor- ..] l-lorliloi In I .hnnceo.Mildred .. ,
:: for the I INt: ahllxhmrnt Ullklnnun InlKKerH, Plaintiff .
to provide :Xotlce In lierebv given to nil whomIt Ind +
; ,
I w I and UillldlnHT.' Maintenance mny roiipprn that, all clfUtnm and l lolnlmnntn .VH. Follina Will In ni nrlKMvm. I
and Operation fit Public HiiHpltnlt nf 'the .*Htnt. of Fth: ..l MPIITfffl Ht-fcniliinl. Cime Nn. 7222. h'
Starke I In Hradford' ; County' fort Jrc. erenad. .. tn file your rlillnin, Order of Pulillcntlon' and
GREYHOUND he benefit of th. Cltliena! and Readenta Notice to tpprnrHTA.TM \-. .0uea
1 of Hradfonl. County ami thoKxtenalon County. ) J II I.f' I. OKI. l PA In: AK5'fiI
BUS STATION of llnNpltallxnl/on/ to F] K. Ferryman on ..n.1 AeRrre Kolllnx \\lllhini, I irlwvei x, whueerexldeuox
'atlenta from Adjntnlnir CountleH l I" US LViliiiiiMix "HI t met :,
: vlKht monthn from the filet .publlrnllon ,.-
TEMPLE' AVENUE 10 Pravldft. for thtf Appointment" of .i>f thin Xotlr or the name t'hnrienlusi' are Month Curolltialion ,,
Trustees fur Said Ilnnplta1 I Corporation will b.. burred. and ii n'nllPrt.bletinder required" : to appear 6A /
: :
PHONE 117 nail to Fix (hole Powor.and lniM of the "Htnti*. of lurlila MHV mi' h, 194') In I hi... almvj Ira .
FLA. Duties; ti> Provide for the Ap, Thin M"rc-h (ourt t and catino, wherein l plnliitlfKeek I
STARKEr roprlatlon. of Money. and the rials (lx...nV, J 1Min.lD.t: Atlmlnlntrntor a dlvolce, Ilrndford County
log r of Revenue hy nrnilfnrd County of Ethel. M. lllWRil I .tole. 4t 4-16 jlelcMMlpli.. nhnll imblleh thin Order' FORD TRU&ti
for the Krectlon nml Maintenanceof next four weekly iHNiieaMtiieHM I
Such Tlospltal I. hy the A lIo..A linn -- j \ my bond and nrflolnJjenl I
to mirh Hnxpltal of Portions of the In rIernIf'onrG. llrnildiril. (' lace Track Funds 'hlt'hfay! Pwecelved KUirlilni In 4 hnni'rrr. U40. .
{ hv Bradford' County and Martha .MrCli-niii" Plaintiff, V.. >FKIci\r. SI-\I.: A..I Thornan.
of the I.PVV of Ail Valorem Taxes Muck i.'lulllllll. 1>,'r ." ..nt. Curie Aa Clerk of mild Couit a&svr'o'pick
I by said County for the Tleneflt ofl' No. 7211. Hy linen I Crosby. 1'>. C.
Orilrr. nt Piihllrnll. and !Nntlc John. .r. llend.rensy.. JJaii.. Haln FOR
'In %pp... Aimiintlim, Florida,
TAT OF K I, OHln tol Ally. for Tit. (.8 4t 4-20
Mark MrClrnilon, whose residence _
1 la unknown: IN cinri'tT COIIIT. lilt UIPOIIU
You ar* rrqulrrd to appear on <'.I>I\IV" Fl.Ollllttl" IN HI.IN. from 139 models
April J"i. 1941 In the above. named 4 l-.ll: V.JoHciiU over
3 more days +o trade and SAVE! Court and mime wherein plaintiff Hlofklmi! ., Plaintiff, va. Irma
reeks illvorre. Itrnnfortl, County "Hlofklna" llefenilanl, Ciine No 7JIJii : .
Teleitrnph shall pntilliih. thin Order < >. BI'It OF PiTnr.icATtov) :
I In next four weekly IHMIIVHWltnexa AND I NOTJf'W' TO APIMOAIt
my bend and" official peal HT\TI3 OF' KI.OItlDA to: limn tLtt ,
nt "Ptnike, Klorlilu, thla March :HlorklMN, v> hon. reMhlenie. .' and addrena -
24. 1141 In: basil Mnvdvr Avenue, Hrook-
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thom, lyn. :Yew \orki l a' '
An (lrrk of MnUl. Court. Yon are required to appear. on ; ::
IElt fly Haven( C-ro.ty. 1>. C. M.lv llih, 1949,, In 'the uhova mi sited

[ PAY BIG MONEY 8-25 It 4-15, Court. and divorce coupe. II wherein rod enrd pbilntlffeecka County

In (.'lrr.l( <.curt. ".nd,..... Cuun In .......
In <'hnnrrrr.Slllln next four weekly I. ... f
\ Merle. lulinli. Plaintiff vil I mv hand and official oealat
Travis 1 P. Lamb. Uutuiulunt. CUM Mtarke, Florida, till, April, Uth.OFFICIAI. 1 l fl
Ni<. 7294 Ilia
order of PnltlU'atloil post NotIs'. ( SRArA.: J. Thomas If i I
')'. Aipffnr Aa Clerk of rntlil. Court.
aTAT16 uF' K .. O nIIA tot l"y Haven Crimhv.. D. C. t ww"k. _
Travis I* Iamb Hhona rfllflemIn .. T. Frank I.andrum Hlarka. Florida
FOR YOUR TIRES. City: coo| Mlnnoiirl MIxHoiirl. : Hotel l .J..U..on. Ally, for rif.irFoiT 4-8 4t 4-2 Id

You an required. to appear on c'ii. iuiIK .
April it. !19411.! In the above named NolIl' hereby given that theItnxrd )
Court and cause whrrrln plaintiff of County Commlealonera of .
MHokM. illvoroe. Bradford County Hradfoid Count. Florida, will.
Telegraph", nhnll. publish. thin Order solve neiili.il, bide until I o'slork'. .
III next four weekly IHHIIOIIVltnenn : M on April:' Xltth, 194'l, for :the In nun'
We need hundreds of used tires \ my hnnd and official I peal bv It aa li-anee for all monlha: fromdelivery ;
and wllh an option, In the Pounders
at Httirke, FI..rhllthl. March From half-tonners tothey're 21,500 (GVW)
right nowl! Customers with old 81 1! 49OFPUIAI.! l.-oard to ,punhana and apply. all
traded$ in on newSUPER model cars for them. ( "' SKAT) ) A. J. Thomn. rentula paid upon the pure hade 1 11.4. ;, iY
when % are crying A. Clerk of poll Coitrt.My price' of tha followlnw nqulpment,

That's why we're paying top .IOHOI haven'h K.Croubv.PMIi! >|>..r 1',>. C.27* Drahaillullillnv. towltlIrnctur One new prenlce' ,,.,,.. ..I.... apace all BONUS BUILT
prices for trade-ins on new .iHckvunvlllo, Florida. with. 4-srcb ltle.el. motor.Mlile .
Super-Cushions. Don't miss this Atty. for I'll. 3-Z8 4t (-.15.n rector .h...., front pull k..ok
CUSHION I and rranhrnar ......d. all lie one miltwelahliiit x
opportunity to equip your car Circuit renre. llrniironl CvnalrFlorlilni not lc.. then l.lNHt ponnileand "
nut mar than :iiJ.lMNI: pounde. f} a' Nometterwhetyourlublhere's
with bigger soften safer Super In (hnnprrr. D5.tp r
; Ont '. ..
.n. dot/.r to fit nl.l( trncfor ,
John' II. Trarv I'lnlntlff ye. Helen Donut Huilt Ford Truck: to do s 4D6f 1
Cushion tires at a bargain fig.!, ST Tracy. A-f.ndnnt.. .Joe. No 7165 complete wins all *ontrt l aadtn ,_ a I I
urel Trade today and save!II'' Order of Pvhllrntlon. ned llciflt. be luetalled aa treclor by aeller.and it right. Over 139 models include jy

OOOD/YEAR 1 1 !" T ATE To HP" .4.F1.lilt...rnr ) A f. Ikne .......!' pnll-arader. In ..;....1 rusediton 0 1- the two new Dig Jobs. .
MODERNIZE YOUR CAR WITHSUPER.CUSH"i Mltb III fruit blade used nllkaneollne ?5
>t..lnn Af Tracy whose residence
'S. THEY FIT l b R. D No. 9. Chlllienthe; Ohio: motor powrrlna the pun.trolM A'1 ;Three new engine up to 145 U/LTSrtONOIR70 L4STLONGi' "

You are regnlred to appear on to he delivered' at Rtnrke Florida. h.p. Million Dollar Cab with
> April 15. 1M! !>. In the almvn nnmed.
'Y Court. and patina wherein plaintiff. l within except in. days that from the accepiance nnicle i iloalerla ofthid r living-room comfort. Extra work USING umr moistiifioH' DATA OH 3.444.101IIIP(1S. r t. r

peeks dlvonIlradford shall publish. this CnuntyTelegraph Order to lie delivered. within DO duvafrom reserves and extra years of service till INtUIANCI U'lln PIOYI IOiO TIUCIS Utl IOMIII ',I

EVERYTHING A In next. four my hand weekly. and l I.official. npAVItnena .. peal upon acceptance all Itnma of or lild upon MliU. .miivbe ,.*.hItem (Donut Built into every Your fold Dul, liMltM you to seder .In .Hii litt" Alln' rice. r \(.r l Ik

at Ptnrka, "Florida thin March, to Ilonril aennrntelv.of County. A'ldrexa I'ommlinilonerii' all. hid, model) mean a better buy for 5uncl., l .mn..-.NBC NMeoik' t.\
1 1M. 1949OFFICIAL Odor to the Find ThHlx, Indn' iwunp819 NMweili.S : r
( SKAI. A..T. Tliomal rare. A. J Thomaa (Clerk Htnrke, you. Come in and see. t yuur a.aloe41.: Umf.*n* itinoa., ;
A. c'lerk' of pall foiirt.Hjf Florida The Hoard reeervea the
TIRE CAN DO. v haven. Crowhw, n. fJoneph right to reject any and all lildnproHpertlve .
K. Skipper, 221 OrahamIlulldlnr. hlddera rusty .Innpcct. theexlMtlnic

")5 I Fir lark onvlll"-3-55" ''tr lllC'.II lll\. whl'"< h i la. to equipment| l h.. lined.1 with cif the the equipment Hoard" '
for -
;:; ; : Ally
to ha leaHed Hy order of aald
Hoard. thin April 4111. tint Andrews Motor Co.
4s./ In ( ....... Hradford 1'oanty. 25 I 4-22 M. u. 1I.r""II." Chairman
4 r'torldal, In t haneerr.. -
Annie Lola Tln % >tlce' of Intention IntroduceOprclal
'. Fulton. Tlndnll. Defendant. lima .
I PHlilatlonNotice
No. 7220 .In hereby alvenhat a hill ['hone 118 SlarkeFla.h I'
DOES= BETTER Order of Publication. 4ndotlce
[y ffff \ To tppenrRTATK
Fultnn Tlndell. v.hoHe reHlilencn. la,
70 Ht fhllllp Htreet Cb.nrle.aton

Gives You longer South Von Carolina are re'|iiireit: to appear nn

May 3, 1941 In the above named
Court and canee wherein ptiilntlf
. 1 i ia ir perks divorce Hfr rare ciiKtfidy *
Mileage control or minor child Kmdfori'
County Telegraph ehnll pulilleh (hip
Order" In next four weekly. ImmeiiWltneiie .

Makes your car handle easier; g at ftarka my, Florida har rt, ,and thin offlclaaenl March. '

30. 1141OFFICIAL. r
( SKAf.: A. .T. Thomnn
Cuts down're air bills } i iI nv "Bven f'rotov..\. clerk n. of t' Hald Court

.W.lIph K. Kklr' >l
I Gives you'the smoothest, ride >F s AU).., for JarkHonvllla Pit. Florida 4-r 4t 4X .22 ., $k- '

; .you've ever had rlrer1'r'Ill-i-HT.rnt 1111 ulP'nnn .1.1n
'"-, 'rv F..ORln.\1 IY' ('IIAN- : i

4 hat Y.Tmis _
r r l Irene Brown, Pl.lntlff. v... Phil.uther #
Males your car ride better Prowrn ,...,..n.I"I. ('....e No.792)OR1'IER .
. )
than newer nIP' "" RUCATtn'r
AvailableiriAllWeather "F FI.OItIl'I 101: Philr.nther m'w r '
andaddrena + 'f
Brown uhoeI e r..i4.nre (
end Rib Tr .di;?: InI'M: I Kermit nonaevelt
A fttJ 14--H ,D/viplun/ l Fleet font
New first deserve new lubes .-7 Offt.... Him. Francl-.ro. ('a lifnrnla:
TOM are ren.utrer1' to appear. on
LifeGuard make blowouts harm I.... May nth, 1941 In the ....me named'
Court end ratine, wherein plaintiff'
.....k. dlvorpa and. restoration of
LOW DOWN PAYMENT maiden name Urndford County
Telegraph. l shall puhlleh thin OrderIn
not four. weekly. ,toiuen _
EASY TERMS AS YOU RIDE Witness .my hand. and "rtl..Jal..1. KM
at Hmrke. Fiorina' able "April 4. M41OFHTPTAr
( PF.A1.1! A. J. ThomeA ..
. Rv Haven rvoebv. n f*. the sizes needed for
just plow-power
ne.r.. !? Patten. IIl! rk... FlorMaAlly do every farm fob with world-recog- GRADERS are supreme in their
for Plf. 44t 4-J9 niz.d efficiency and dependability. field for precision digging and main your farm. Quick hookups for implements

'' fn Circuit ('....,. nrarlf.r.l (....nf r.Plnrlrfai Tractor equipped with FLECO ROOT for and new depth-o-magic control
BJ.IYZ. .. 3..7RADZ-n,. wars:: you sea tc:1 t t I I. 4 ..."....". BAKE OR STUMPER assures raking. taming irrigation ditches. and means smoother better work and big
rneeph Blaiku' IMnlntlff, V Fleannr land for road improvement. Tractors and
r flre".It Htokuii, 1..r.n.l.nt. tumping piling clearing ditching ger
( .... Order Vo .TJ17 e< Pnhlleallen and and windrowing in less lime and at loots are modem powerful and truly

Settee fe tpaearTATK than before. economicaL ..
-- lower cost ever
IEJU.U--iir.- y--. ..-..,. '" ....i YL. .:.;;- ," _- % &wI : OF riOlllPA fnRl.annr -
I i _. .... .;,. -J.it.: '_' "" flremialc ) m.kil". whoeerealrtence

.... and address. la 31 Kaylea. ObJillNII tktie and order hbor anJrtMfmt / 1'.J.llillt f'f'r
A. Paacoaa Phode telandYou injormaiion en
SERVICE CENTER on -... an* nf
Mar fth are 1t4'required. ln. the to ahove appear named :: I II | | >H bj Itltptianinf for ear ktlfful "1"JI"'oIIi, ,,. r

'< State Koxl 200 (U.S. 101)) At South_ Clt/ Limit fourt..eekn. and divorce...u.. .., Bradford wherein plaintiff fVnntv' lIDS\-y -C" I I K K S .**0. .5 ( "*

I r Seeber D. Goodman. Owner Starke Fla. Telejrraph next four nhall my weekly hand"IoII.h. 1 bnn.e.Wltn.se l and thla. nfn OrderIn .at .:;1 I U U l e..I/ JACKSoTvilLE MAIILANDITALLAHASSEE

... real at Bfarke. Florida., I hi* April'
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FACE FOUR h' Wn. and start dolling up for the East-
received from Georgia siaio HY-
Miss Betty Jean Home Weds Richard D. May College that MargaretMann er Parade Spec It'll be biggeran'

In Lovely Church Ceremony On Palm Sunday Mann sister of Buck, has been better this year if the weatherman
H H11'ell list the doesn't Interfere and make us
1Ah7 l Included on the Dean's ; for
---' t \ .' ,winter quarter Such dis- girls cover up our finery with

tinction indicates "superior aca- an old winter coat Well! hen, <

r. J demic achievement" and calls fora hoping for the best and I'll beseeing

"'..11. Just as I wa cltls and complications for the round of congratulations you in the "grand march

Residence fretting all set to see some good l past three weeks Attendingthe

Office Gladys MootjrEditor Phone S3: ,ywM a baseball games comes the new air show at Herlong Field In It's time to sign off -Carolyn
\ell, i
rhone 29 I that we won't be able to have any I guess ,
home engagements until June! Jacksonville Sunday: Bobby Biggs,

(.. ------- Oh, well It'll be worth Billy Miles, Maxie Carter, the "

Women Mrs. Wainwright I waiting for to get the field put Robert Greens and children, and a 1UIBuII'

Junior U.D.C. I In good condition and it la really Shorty Libby Gil Newcomb
Honor New Members Hostess beginning to look marvelous wit starting a worthy project by do- ,

. Buffet Supper meeting/ of the W. TWeek's all that dirt hauled In Sowe'll : nating thirty tomes, most of them .
At The April .wHemt.Qw9t4
book club selections, as a
Chapter U. D. C., wan be able to have games 1 In new
:Member of the Junior Woman'i' held with Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght all kinds of weather without havIng nucleus for a library at Shady- gnd QEfohd by
Good Idea
of last April 8. to equip the players with water crest HoHpltal
Thursday evening afternoon,
Club met
for others with surplus
week at the Club House for their! Mrs L. A. Davis, president I { wings around the house. J. F.
and .
Annual buffet supper honoring presided over the meeting Would have glvrn anything I Ia for o Starke, Fla.
Miss Olive Ray gave the pledgeof Johns' Central 115: West Call St.
members who have Joined during U. 8 Flag picture of those daring sister, Hear that Ruby

the past year, and also honoringthe Allegiance to to the the Confederate Dolly Sullivan an' Pat Lamb, upon Dry Goods will close Its doors Accessories Tires .
and the salute the roof of Pate house early'Monday ; Saturday Going to miss seeing Complete line Auto
new officers for the ensuing After the regular order ol Mrs. Fuller, Outboard Motors Fishing
Flag morning, busily fixing a Mrs. Blair and Batteries .
year. The honorees were presented business, the president announcedthat leak above Pat's bedroom the two sales ladles, on Call Tackle Radios Bicycles And Hun

with connect as they entered bj in the future the organiza June In. Looked like another cloudburst I Street Sorry to hear that dreds of other items .
Mrs. Vernon Silcox. tion's year would end in was In the making and Pat wanted Ida Lou Smith has been on the ,
seed of October and that sick list the week Word
she : past '
table hole before got
the plugged
Supper was nerved from a of the V. D. C.
for every phase another Hear they; '"
drenching -
overlaid with a lace covered cloth,, work would have to bo In the did a masterful job with boards, .-' -,.. .- .-- .
beautiful arrangement Treasurerby -
centered with a hands of the Division
of snapdragons and roses in the last of June. The Chapter tar paper, and tarapplied 1 by 1U
find ladde h
hand Couldn't a
a crystal bowl. Arrangements of voted to pay from Chapter Treasury s Ay '
to get- up or down with, so mad
centeredthe for
colored Amaryllis cents member
various twenty sl
which use of a convenient nearby tree,
Individual dining tables the Hector W

three yearson
I t j ; like couple of Tarzanette
were covered ;with laco cloths.I Church Foundation Scholarshipfund. l just a b
informationIn That's my idea of a good WilY
Hostesses for the evening wore Mrs. Davis gave to keep from getting old! .
and General -
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Mrs. regards to Division

Robert Green, Mrs Arthur Manassa scholarships What can doctors expect of

Mrs. Leon Moorer, Mrs. J. H. Mrs.,W. G. Halle historian, presented their- patients when even the MD'

Mixon Miss Nina Bishop and Miss the plans for Southern won't follow doctor's orders'? .
Freddie Wimberly. Memorial Day as follows. : a pro- Seems that Dr. A. Y. Covlngto

Later In the evening, the follow. gram of munlc and an address by was In bed with pleurisy two
Ing new officers were formerly Prof C. 9 Partin will be givenIn ; weeks ago and was told to stay;
Mrs Junius Smith, the school) auditorium on Tuesday .week and rest
installed by I there for another '
president of the Senior Woman's April 28 at 12'30:, o'clock. up But just like the rest ,of Prices!
Club, to serve a term of two Each member attending/ the District us. he got up and attended I to At A&P's Everyday Money-Saving

years. Mr*. H. H. Adams president I meeting in Macclenny on pressing matters at the clinic and
Mrs. W. C. Powel vice-pre March 30 told) something InterestIng didn't get back to bed as the doctor -

sident, Mrs.. S. O Denmark, sec of the occasion ordered So now, this past
retary, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, The May meeting wljl be held week he HAD to go back to bed HAMS

treasurer Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr., with Mrs. J. B. Cottrell at Kings- .. just because he didn't carry out EASTER
,corresponding secretary.Mrs. ley Lake During the social hour ----- instructions We all hope hIs

Adams announced the fol- the hostess, assisted by Miss Olive feeling better now, though, see s'
lowing committee chairmen to Ray, served a delicious Ice course. Exquisite detail marked tho pink chiffon, with cherry after a week's rest .
of Miss Betty Jea carnations.
during the new term: Miss marriage LB. 65c
serve Lilliam Stump, finance, Mrs. Guy Anniversary EventsThe Horne, daugher of Mr. and Mri. Following the ceremony, a reception Spotted, an' Jotted: June Hal I SHRIMP, ]lg., headless, lt>. 65c

Sale, social; Mrs D. L. Thomas, James Wagner Horne of Hampton was held at the home of replacing Darlene Crosby at Carpenters I I Shankless PICNICS lb. 45c

program; Mrs.. Roy Ward, mere Avery Inn was by coincidence and Richard Dale May, son Mr. and Mrs. Horne, where many; .Herbert Hogan bad ,

bership; Mrs. Millard Judd, American the scene of two wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Claude which L. Maj tool, friends gathered to bestow well! at the meat counter at A & ,1 p Fla. dressed & drawn Ib.
home; Miss Nina Bishop anniversaries being celebrated on also of Hampton I bridal coupU] after his sick selge with appendl-
afternoon at :wishes on the 2 2'/a l ib 59c
health place Palm Sunday I FRYERS to ave.
citizenship; Mrs. Curry, ; Tuesday. Anne's lace, and ,
o'clock In the First BaptU Roses, Queen "
":30 _
Mrs. Gene Long publicity. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Laird, : nasturtiums were effectively used< Sunnyfield smoked 10-14 lb.
Church of Hampton. ,
Lovely gifts were presented to of Penney Farms, formerly of In decorating. Wedding gifts were Mrs. E. C. Sparks '
Wilbur A. Scott, of 65c
the put officers :Miss Lillian Erie, Pa., were celebrating their The Rev. at the double on display in the living room. Honored At ReunionThe H-A-M-S, Ib. -
Stump. Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr., Mrs. lard anniversary at a delightful Starke, officiated
the dining Ib. 29C.
ring ceremony, assisted by the A lace cloth covered Smoked Bacon Squares,
Jim Pitch, Mrs. Guy Sale and dinner.] I where the handsome three S E. Sparks' home was the

Miss Garnlta Hutto. Mr. and Mrs. H. S Burdettewere vows Rev. Fred were spoken S. Dodd.at The the church aacrei table tiered wedding cake was centered, scene of a delightful family reunion Sunnyfield fancy slicedBREAKFASTBACONIb.6 ., ,',
their 32nd
celebrating background of greet balanced by white candles. Nea Sunday O
Individual altar, with a and birthday party
WSCS Notice anniversary. Their pAlms and' ferns. Suspended from this, the newly Carried pair were the 78th birthday annIversary i
covered with a lace honoring
table: was I the
cutting _,
center foliage was a whit photographed/ Gold Coin
Members of the WSCS of the cloth and had settings of red froatorta. the of Mrs. E. C. Sparks Corn King or
covered with glades first slice.
satin cross, '
Methodist Church will have their : Mrs. Avery had carried out of Gainesville. All of Mrs. Sparks BACON tt 49c
and daisy blossoms an emblem Miss Norma Sweeney had charge SLICED >. -
regular business program meeting the Easter motif with colored eggs I emphasizing the solemnity of the of the bride's book and Miss Joe deters and brothers were gathered
at the Church next Monday April and little bunnies set at vantage. *4.
Standards of white glad at the punch occasion
18 3:30 o'clck. on their table. occasion. Sweeney presided together t! on this happy EGGS
at points
loll stood on either' side of the bowl. Serving punch;:cake, mint Mr t the first time in a number i Quality BEEF:
chancel, with burning taper' and nuts were Florrle Gnanr, of, years. 'Super Right'

glowing In tall candelabra.The Helen Jean Parker, Doris Parker, After attending Church, :Mrs.

+BpB J OY DEF SERVICE Phone 52Jw.'ee6lew I bride, who was given i In Ernestine Johnston and ConnIe Sparks, with her sons and daughters Sirloin Steak, lb. 79c '. 61

7"e (tees Mra IlartmannO marriage by her father, wore. Sweeney. and other guests returnee Minute Steaks lb. 85c KjDozen cRib
beautiful wedding gown of shee After an hour.with their friend, to: the S. E. Sparks home where ,

marquisette, with Inserted Chan Mr. and Mrs. May left to vial al! delicious buffet dinner was & Brisket Stew, Ib. 29c /
Q"'i tllly patterned lace a row of points of Interest on the East served. The dining room table was '
gleaming satin buttons descends Coast. For traveling, Mrs. May attractive with an arrangement of Fresh Ground Beef, n. 43c .-

from the high neckline on the selected a navy blue wool Babe pink, white and blue spring flowers

fitted bodice, with sleeves taper! dine suit with bolero effect, won flanked by white tapers In PAAS EGG DYE 3for25c f

The Fish Are Biting And Ing over the wrists The gown with an orchid corsage, and navy crystal: candelabra and a pink and 'Super Right' Quality ,
which had lace bouffant effect, blue accessories! They will leave, white birthday cake. Milk Fed VEAL :
I was worn over a wide hoopec the end of the week for Petersburg Rev. L. D. Haines led In prayer

Cool Winds Are Blowing At skirt and terminated In a sweep- Va. where they will reside after the singing of "Happy Birth Chuck Roast lb. 53c CORN, Iona Golden Cream, 2 no. 2 ens. 2oc
Ing train. The fingertip veil, clacetrimmed f while Mr. May la stationed al day". The honoree was the recipient ,

sheer Illusion, fell Camp Lee. : of many lovely gifts. Rib Chops, tt. 69c PEAS, lona Sweet, 2 no. 2 cans 23c
BEACHLocated from a beaded train. She carried of town wedding guests
COQUINA Out Those enjoying* this Joyous occasion
a shower bouquet of white included Mrs. J. H. McAlhany, were: Mr. and Mrs. A. H MILK, White House tall cans 3 35c
rosebuds centered a purple
Mr. and Mrs. R. McAlhany. Sparks.( George and Albert Sparks Herman's all-meat fib.
Two Miles South Of Marineland throated orchid. Almira Johnston and daughters, Miss Fldllla and Juanlta Sparksof
Mm. Robert C. Barksdale, ol Ernestine and Rachel, Reevesvllle\ Waldo Mr. and Mrs. R. T WEINERS & Cold Cuts 55c
On Route A 1 A .' Starke, sister of the bride, walt S. Coo: E. A. Vinton, Valdosta, Crouch: Miss Madge Crouch, Mr.\ frozen lb. N IT T L E Y

matron of honor, and .wore a Ga.: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wlgglnp! and Mrs. Luther Sparks O. W. Quick Oleomargarinetb.

Directly On The Ocean lavender pastel organdie model,, and daughter, Marie, Mrs. J. M Sparks( Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nelson Perch Fillets 33c tb. 2lc

princess style. She held a cblonlal Maxwell, Mrs. Lettle Parker, Misses and sons, Bruce, James, and Ronnie lb.
bouquet of yellow rosebuds, tulips Florle Gnann Mad 1t Gay,, and daughter, Kay Mr. and Quick frozen TUB BUTTER
and carnations, with rainbow Betty Dueling Jacksonville; Mrs, Mrs. Lee- Crouch and son, Sammy,, Whiting, headless-dressed 19c

RESTAURANT streamers and wore a coro W. N. Brown, St. Augustine: Mr, all of Gainesville, Mrs. John Roberta Ib. 69c
net of shasta daisies and rose and Mrs. R. A. Steube, Miss Doris, and son, John, of Mlcanopy, .

nAIT buds. Sapp. Miss Elizabeth Phillips, Cyril Mrs Axil Econeau. Parson, Kas.,,
Bridesmaids were the Misses Plckren. Gainesville; Misses Rev.: and Mrs. L. D. Haines Mr. FRESH FRUIT I

TACKLEMr. Martha Home, sister of the bride, Emogene King Betty Lou Huntley,, and Mrs. D.L. Thomas and daughter Libby's Canned Meats

Sylvia May, sister of the groom, Mary Ann Coleman, Tallahassee; Seletta- Mr. and Mrs. Carson
& Mrs. Clayton Codrington, Ownt>rslIgt'8.JV.I' and Mary Ann Coleman, of Tal Robert C. Gray, Jr., Malcolm Roberts: of Starke. ,
lahassee. Their gowns were Identical Smith, Deland; Mr. and Mrs M & VEGETABLES CORNED BEEF HASH - 3oc

.o.c.D" off-the-shoulder models, tn W Morrow and daughter; Caro Miss Horne HonoreeAt

,___________________ i!>' pastel yellow pink and aqua vn, Holly Hill: Mrs. Bertha L. Cauliflower, Snoball, ea. 33c VIENNA SAUSAGE . 18c
organdie colonial fashion over Kennedy, Stephen M. Kennedy, Lingerie ShowerMiss .
carried vane Mr. and Mrs. R. F Yellow Corn, Ige. ears, 3 25c
CANDY FILLED cooped skirts. They High Springs; : SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS 23c
gated nosegays of daisies Irises Touchton Bell; Mr. and Mrs Wilson June Hall was hostess TOMATOES, in cartons, tb. 19c
and carnations with satin rainbow F. May and son,, Billy and Saturday afternoon April 2, at a
her home FLORIDA NEW oz. -
streamers, and wore flowered Spencer, WlIll ton; Mr. and Mrs lingerie shower at on
CASTER:? BASKETS coronets.: Fred May, Mrs. Betty Moodv West Madison Street, honoringthe POTATOES, 10 lb. 49c
Brenda'Sue Hlnson and Dolores Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Herman former Miss Betty Jean Homeof 2 lb. 35c HAM, 3 oz. - 19c

Hardy were adorable as flower Moody and daughter Patsy. L" Hampton, whose marriage; to APPLES, Winesap,

gowns, fashioned after the brides Dodd; Keystone Height; Mrs. 10. 13c
2 for
maids' pattern. Their hair was Willie Mae Denton, Mr. and Mrs. Roses and! Queen Anne's lace TAIL CO FEEDS

adorned with rosebudn. and they Lester Kite Miss Edna No gel., were. used In decorating the livIng DATES, fresh Calif., 8 oz. 17c

I held small nosegays of deep pink Elmer Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Resale room and dining room. The
roues. olson! Mr. and Mrs. 9 G. Denmark refreshment table ;was covered SCRATCH FEEDJ

Mr. May had as his best man Mrs. C. G. Barksdale. Mrs. with a Queen Anne's lace cloth A N E PARKER 25 lb., 99c 100 Ib. 3.89
Robert C. Barksdale, of Starke, Lula Mott. Mrs. Olin White, Jr., md centered with a three-tiered ,

and ushers were Cyril Plckren, Mrs. O. W. White, Sr., Mrs. S.A. rake, flanked by white tapers In EASTER EGG CAKE LAYING or GROWING MASH
Gainesville, Bert Hlnaon, Jr., and Weldon. Mr and Mrs. W. A. crystal: candelabra. Special music .
98c to 2.98 Emory: Brown, Hampton. Scott Mrs. J. C. Wynn, Miss Mary I vas played by Miss Peggy Ann l i 25 lb., 1.13 100 lb.,4.43
Mrs. Home, mother of the Ella: Ward, Mr. and Mrs Robert .Vlgglns. Bridal games were pn.joyed ",
bride, was attractively gowned Barksdale. Mrs. D.V.. Moore, and prizes were awarded 'f' 1 7 5 c Percent DAIRY FEED

lit black crepe and wore a corsage Starke: Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley, to the winners. Little Grraldlne 100 It)., 3.89
ALSO of red rosebuds. Miss Ruth Sibley and Miss Grace Jay presented the many lovrlygilts

Mrs. May, the bridegroom's mo. Dickinson. Theressa; Mr. and Mrs. to the bride In a pink andgreen ; DAILY HORSE FEED, 90 Percent

her was charming In a gown of Johnny Douglas' Brooker. covered wagon. ". .. .. ... 100 Ib.. 3.97 -
silver patterned lace, with which Delicious refreshments were

Easter Novelties the wore navy blue accessories. New River WMU ervvd at the close of the after- JANE PARKER ASSORTED

Her corsage was also of red rosebuds icon by the hostess assisted by OCTAGON Laundry Soap 7c
.. Rally April 29 Irs. B. F. Hall, Mrs. Wlllard
Mrs. J. H. McAlhany. grandmother Pau and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf. ; PALM OLIVE 3 Regular 25c
Egg DyeComplete The New River Association Baptist EASTER EGGS
of the bride :was becomingly
\ scheduled V-E-L, Regular .
< attired In black while Mrs. WMU. originally : 27c
Horce May, grandmother' of the for April 15. will be held at the D-TA Board NoticeThere 49c SUPER
North Pleasant Grover Baptist SUDS Regular 28c
groom, was distinctive In an orchid will be a meeting of the
Church on Friday, April 20 beginning
Line i Boxed Candy crepe. !gown, with black shoulder accessories at 10 a.m. Mrs. R. N. P. T. A. Executive Board at the
Rach wore a
corsage of white roses Lasslter. State WMU president school library Wednesday after- JANE PARKER FRESH
will be the guest speaker for the loon at 3:15.
SOc to 5.00 A program traditional of pre-nuptial music lay. AH WMU members are asked AU Board members are urged taattend. HOT CROSS "
and the wedding \:
marches, were played by the Rev. to attend. : BUNS \ & \

Robert C. Gray .Jr., who, alsoccompsnied -- .. -------. -- --------- ---: r \\ \\\\ "
Miss Harvene Wat- 25c
"ON DRUG STORE Men's Clothing _
Lerson, as she sang "Because": I ALVAREZ' STORE I __ Package of 9 __ .
5 3' .rid "I Love You Truly", Miss EsUbllshH I 1894

Watterson was lovely in pastel '- -- -
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Attending the funeral of j Seckinger-Rhodes Church And School the children who found the high wright will be assisted by Mrs. Make oM stamp pads. work like
Charles Russell Cone at the II i est number of eggs.. Afterhe Titus Olson and Mice Kate Struth. new with our' rubber stamp pad

Fellowship Church in Ocala EngagementIs Groups Enjoy games were played and\ eggs The St. Mark's Parish house Ink. Four rotors.. Silo per jar. BnMJ.-

Sunday were :Mr. and Mrs. I Announced Easter Parties ,found, Mrs.' Ritch and Mrs. Law- grounds. will be the scene of the font County Telegraph.

Mrs. Clyde Colson and daughters, son served refreshments. The Episcopal Sunday school classen'

Elaine and Katherine Mrs. W. S. Sunday school and grade school I children were given miniature rabbit Easter egg! hunt Saturday at 3

THE Johns, Miss Dorothy Johns, Mr. '' groups are having a gray time this favors filled with cnndy o'clock. The youngsters will be WE GO ANYWHERE!
and Mrs. Thomas F. Colson and week with so many Easter Egg This afternoon (Friday) the i under the supervision of Mrs. R. : In

i,-....J> e < ff m m.m ,. r son Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ,, .,fr hunts and Easter parties.On I Christian Church Sunday school G. KkKI, assisted by the Sunday n 1i& Specializing,*
Douglas and children Mrs. S. V ., A Tuesday afternoon the Pri- groups are having their egg hunt school teachers. v

Mr and Mrs. William Goldman Mrs. W E. Plummer and daughter i Andreu all of Starke and Mr. and y ,t mary department of the Baptist on thO Church grounds at 3..10: Following the church services, \\ BIRTiIDAYfM0106R1INEg

of Green Cove Springs were Sun- Ida Lou of Brooker are the i Mrs E. B. Andreu and son, E. Y church held an Easter party In o'clock. They will\ be assisted by the children of the Catholic \ PARTIES

day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. B. Andreu, Jr., Ray Andreu and the Annex. Games were played Miss Katherine Colson and Miss i Church will meet In the churchyard : ANNIVERSARIESENTERTAINMENTS

Joe Arnold. M. F. Hazen. Visiting the Hazens: family. and Mrs. Octavia Andreuof and Easter egg baskets of can- Ruth Toomle, directors of the Sunday morning at 11 o'clock

H..lltlfy.your. home with DUROUMJALS. Sunday evening were Mrs. C. V. Lake City. dles were given as favors Assisting Children's Hour where an Raster party will be
.Bradford Hardware Co. Hazen and children Marsha Kay I the 27 youngsters were will
Light weight mute for Foster Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock enjoyed The entertainment
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long and and Ginny, and Mrs. E M. Hazen, at ALVAREZ Htoro. .. Mrs. Tom Harding, Mrs. W. R. the Primary classes of the Metho- be In charge of Mrs. Ogden Bates SPECIAL EVENTS of all klndnQl'ICK
Maryann pent Sundayat all of Brooker, O. L. Llnsen. Mrs.
daughter. Morse, Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Wallace and Mrs.
dist church will hold Easter
Mr. and Mrs A. D. Crosby an SERVICE: OV PHOTO
Silver Springs. MrsChastaln, who has been 1.if Rufus Hutchlngs, Mrs. James Norbert
moved last week from the EarlMlles' egg hunt and party at the home Szymczak.
sire u* for your children's Smart her Mrs. W. W. Miss Dolores
visiting daughter Seymour McKnight ..
upstairs apartment to an of E. 1(. Perryman on W. IJ'tv..lnptrocnd! Finishing
Style Faster Shoe All sizes, colors Monette for the past four weeks and Mrs. Martin Land.
apartment In the E. W. Hayes Madison Street. Mrs. Ferryman Glade, ('tunatl..n..rt..1 CutI'lowpra
and widths.-The SMART returned to her home in Birming Thursday afternoon at the HOLLYWOOD CAMERA:
home on W Madison Street. will\ be assisted by Mrs. Nelson. & Potted. Plant. fur
SIIOPPE. ham, Ala. on Sunday. school the grades from one Green and Mrs. J. R. Hill. The Ku t<'r. -CXU.ONI Kl.Oil 1ST AND GIFT SHOP
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Curry were Faster suite at ,\LVAREZ.Miss :Mrs. T. H. Osborne Is visitingMr. through six held Individual parties Methodist Phone Z III.
Nursery and Kindergarten -
in Gainesville visiting friends. Alice June Harding will arrive Osborne 'In Houston Texas from lunch time through 2 o'clock School
Sunday clauses will\
Mrs. Jack Drlggs of Jackson- here by plane Saturday to this" w..ek.Miss when school let out until Monday.The have their Easter party at Mrs.

ville will spend the Easter week- spend the Easter weekend with her Madge Brownlee spent the kindergarten dais, under J, Walnwrlghfs. at 3 o'clock Yes The Tourist And Transients Like
end with Judge and :Mrs. A. Z. parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hard- weekend In Apalachlcola as the Mrs. Martha Smith held an Easter afternoon. Wain-
Saturday Mrs
Adkins.Mr. Ing. Miss Harding Is employed,at guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight I egg hunt at Mrs. Smith's homeon Our Food .
and Mrs. Tom Phillips and Western Union In Atlanta. Ga. I Marshall, Jr. Miss Brownlee :was 1 Klngsley Lake, from I 0 to 12. r rrsrrssssrsjra.spAl'I'LI.tNt'ES .., '"..' r.- ".
Mrs. Phillips' parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Graddlck of visited by James R. Chasteen, Jr. The Baptist nursery cliifw, under : : (Kiltt .still have. time to cater

Mrs. Thomas, of Lake City were Dothan Ala. were weekend guests from the Naval Preflight SchoolIn Mrs. Shirley Pollett, superintendent B. tt thin home folks. We appreciate
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Graddlck's sister and fam- Pensacola while there. Announcement has been recently had its Easter party at the I
Eddie Hartmann.Mrs. ily. Mr. and Mrs J. T. Lawson. I ClmlH. ('amatJ.A..rtf'd. Cut made of the engagement of home of Mrs. E. C. Mann on C'.I. G' Ilumratlestl.ES ::'lr-J' Jf' jour business anti always

A. S. Strickland who has Beautify jour home! with IH'KO Flowers & Potted Plants for Miss Roselyn Secktnger daughter Water Street, Thursday/ afternoon try to please our frlonili. at home.
spent the past several months DKfAl.S: : .-Bradford Hardware. Cu. Eantpr.. COLONIAL "FLORIST of Mrs. Vivian Secklnger of At 3 o'clock. Assisting in serving -MERS'icr: :

with her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and Phonr 218. Auburndale and the late Ralph the 45: children were the department -

Hayes has gone to Ocala to visit family of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.. Mrs E. L. Smith and two children II. Secklnger to Ralph E. Rhodes, teachers.On KEYSTONESERVICE Still Serving Our Famous Hu.sincss Men's

another daughter, Mrs. L. A. Oren Welch of Dade City celebrated of Orangeburg, S. C. and son of Mrs. D A. Montleth of the Presbyterian Church Jnc.iii'iiiii .

Weekly. Mrs. Lawson's birthday Eustts. grounds< Thursday afternoon at ... LUNCH 50c
11 r.l
Mrs. John Neff of Jacksonville\ n w a r b e r n t aRI
Glade Carnations, Assorted, Cut anniversary In Tampa Sunday as I of the L. Miss Socklnger Is a graduateof 4:30: o'clock the Sunday school
were Tuesday guests
Flonrrn & Potted Plant. for the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Hutto family. the Auburndale High School classes of the church held an !1'0'11.1 I'hiine: D 'r FI.1. GUIDON GRILLr.F.O.

F.a..tc'r. -CX>LONIAL "FLORIST Holm and family.Mr. and Stetson University. She Is a Easter egg hunt with JIIss Evelyn 1
Suit! for Hauler .
from $20.05 I. V llllaiitMon
Phone 218. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were lip- member of the Zeta Tau Alpha Stump, MillS Marlon McRno, Miss KOPKLOUSOS:
in Jacksonville on business Mon. at ALVAREZ Store. social sorority( and the Blazar Vivian McRae, Miss Mary Lou III rrjri-i-r.-rj-jjj

Mrs Thelma Thomas and son, Honorary Athletic club. She was Durshlmer and Mrs. J. W. I
day.Mr.. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Jimmy, were in Baldwin Sunday president of the Woman's Athletic man assisting. p ,

WELDING son, Jimmy of Tampa will spend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hairell Bennett Association at Stetson University Mrs. J.V.. Ritch, Supt, of the I1 E: K F K C T SLEEI'Eltrr: I

the weekend with Mrs. J. W. Kin-I I and family. during her Junior year. She Beginner Dept. of the Baptist BABY CRIBS I -

-- cnld and Mr. and Mrs. O, L. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell Is now employed as Physical Eel church, assisted by Mrs. Ewell ?a F O A SI

Beasley. of Jacksonville were the dinner Instructor at the Frostpioof high Lawson, teacher of the Beginner ,I
The HM\KT: SIIOPPE ha the guests Thursday of last week of school. Dept gave her clans an Easter \.i
i14. nmurtcht. .t ljl I.-.. in liullrn Drew Mrs. McDowell's father J. Uglow Mr. Rhodes graduated from party at her home at the Stat< $:m.50<) Value }tt\ '

and Casual Shoes for ":llHt..r- and sister Mrs. C. F. Ward. Bradford High School In Starke Farm Thursday afternoon The

blue, green ml while, black & VENETIAN: BLINDS CLEANED and attended the University of group of children enjoyed the < .

unite, brnun & white, multicolor -M. I). O !''I..ETT- Florida. During World War II lie various. tames played and before I $2'r'9 5
In pastel Mhatli-n also the new served as a fighter pilot In the the colored I
"'e offer the people of Starke ; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleewere finding beautifully $79.50n
Sun Bronx Ulilth AAA to C. China Burma India theater ol for
business visitors In St. Augustine eggs they posed group pictures I SEE: THIS GREAT
All HZH! at SMART: SIIOPPE. operations. He was discharged as for remembrance of their
of the mo.tmo..rn Tuesday.
andlrlulty one Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Brown a Captain In February 1017. At Easter party Easter baskets filled I I 1 DOUBLE SIZE
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Orr of North
and finest equipped of Chicago 111. spent Monday In Branch, Mich., who have been present business he In Eustis.la in the mercantile with candy were awarded to II c'u vy Construction Come In &. See This I
Starke visiting Mr. Brown's uncle I
welding shops anywhere.All and aunt Mr. and Mrs. A. D. wintering Sarasota were guests The wedding will be announcedat Mr. and Mrs. Jim Killian of Panel I End; LinkSpring i I .F1tU5 MATTRESS
I last week of Mrs. Orr's uncle, J. a later date. '
Work Guaranteed Martin. : Uglow, and cousin Mrs. C. F. Waynesvllle, N. C. are visiting
Miss Virginia Engram Delbert Mrs Kllllan's brother. Joe Truby,
Ward. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Hutchings .
Crews and Mr. and Mrs. Harold this week. Display I I
See Our Large
of III. house of Seethe FumousNationOver
SMITH'S GARAGEAND Brarwell enjoyed the Shrimp Boat Sport Shoes at ALVAREZ Store. Dupo are guests
Mr.' and Mrs. T. M.
Races at Jacksonville Beach Sun Dr. and Mm. M. B. Herlonghad Hutchingsthis
MACHINE SHOP as their guests last week week. (I L A M O U KiHHRUGs oly AWN
day.Do Mr. and Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer
jour lett..rlnclth a UI'RO Dr. W T. Kelly and Judge/ Frank GUARANTEEDW POUCH
Temple Ave. Starke left for III. where AND
I Sign/ :\Ia.kpr.-Bradford Hardware Eatman of Klngstree, N. C., The Sunday Chicago +
II I Co.R.B.ALVAREZ&SON. I Herlonga and their guests spent month they will visit relatives for a ; FURNITURE

most of the week fishing. W
Paul Canova a student at St.Leo's :r:."-:_rs _.wL;., N OV (". N
Miss Hazel Phillips\ spent Mon- 1Ii.- ,.-.
Preparatory School In St. ._ ,, u I S I' L .\ VF
In''Sanford and Orlando
TRANSFER day as Leo will spend the Easter holidays REPAIR
STORAGE COD the guest of Mrs. Earl Youngerof with his mother Mrs. P. E. : .PR O N L V0x12 IASHOHTFD' : COLORS
Sanford. :
Canova.Mr. .....
For Summer play time & date and Mrs. J. F. Robb and ,rY $$34.95 & DESIGNS; !
We operate time-Butcher Linen, Miami 'loth children of Hastings were Sunday
of & Chambray dresses' & milts" In t !) SIZE
& long distance I guests of Mrs. Fay Gill at Klngi-
full range of colors and .size. at ley Lake.

anywhere in U.S. The SMART SIIOPPE. Mrs. C. W. Pickard and daughter E

III EXCELLENTSTORAGE and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Joe Edward Wilson Burns were and', Carol Mrs. D.Ann R. were Long visiting In Welakaover Mr Y SERVICENICE S"o'""I 1); tE,? Turf master LAWNMOWERS $21.95II

?Q hosts at a delightful dinner partyat the weekend. ; LINE:: OF : DUTY EASY; CUTTING ADJUSTAIILE
Keystone Inn Sunday to Mr. Mrs. H. S. Childress returned
FACILITIES and Mrs. L. D. Vining and the Sunday from a week's visit with WATCHES & HANDS

ForDelcher Vlnlng's house guests. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Lambert in See the many Mar gains we have for you. SHOP US before you buy!
Agents r Mrs. Proctor Snow of Dublin Ga. Tazewell Va. SANDERSWATCH

fi Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward had Mrs. Paul Miller of Miami
+ See us first spent REPAIR DO BETTER AT
rLl as their Sunday guests, Mr and several days of this week with

Bros. Mrs. Claude Rountree and Sen. her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. W. L04MTKU IV HOLLYWOOD

and Mrs.! William Cochran of Haisten, While Mr. Miller' was
CAMKKA! &; GIFT SHOP, Denmark Furniture Co.
Thomasvllle, Ga. on a business trip to Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bennett of Joe Arnold left today for Freehold ('all Street at Railroad.

Jasper. were the weekend guestsof N. J. where he was called STARKE FLA. '
Every Branch ofINSURANCE Mrs. Ruby Johns. by the death of his mother, Mrs STAKKK:, "'L\. I PHONE 151 >

Mrs. W. H. Nollman and her Rae Westervelt. Funeral services

sister Mrs. W. F. Swlnyer of Los for Mrs. Westrrvelt who died

Gatos Calif., Mrs. Miriam Kick- Thursday will be held Saturday.

liter and Miss Dorothy Claire W. B. Sewell attended the Flor-
liw Klckllter spent last week at Silver ida Banker's Association convention .. >:!\ There' grandeur galore and power in oan of Arc In ria
: 1if .
Lake occupying one of W. S. sweeping
f In Miami from Friday to
H. c. WALL AGENCY Sibley's lake side cottages.Do Tuesday. .;: ,'". Berman makes a superb cinema lIP rb !'-WALTEK WINCItELL

your lettering with a DURO Glad". Carnation. Assorted. Cut i 'J.. :
Sign Maker.-Bradford Hardware Flower & Potted. Plants. for ; ', ,.--- .
PLEASE PHONE 146 rt.i; j _""";, '"JY <" > ." "i''' ,
>" : 1f'f'HI't.f'1" _
Co. Easter.COLONIAL ."FLORIST ''t' ; (. -- < ; -.....

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Perry Kite Jr. 'home on furlough Phone) 218.Visiting. ../ ,(:t" ....'k, 't. ,: <.

was given a farewell picnic Mr. and Mr. C. E. to ', TJ I
T '
last Sunday In Keystone Heightsand Beam and family on Sunday were jdAiS'o.A1''T1

Lake Geneva. Dancing anda Miss Margaret Beam Mrs. Lorraine .J.J'Iarrin
picnic lunch were enjoyed by DuBose and Dave PenoyerMrs. .,

Mr. and Mrs., E: J. Dahmer, C. M. Miller of Orange- '

Perry Kite, James Alvarez. Merle burg S. C. Is visiting the L. S.
Grader Mary Helntc Josephine Hutto family this week.

Owned lIlA nK *:T:operated Auction by Nale J.each I>. Odom Wed. tin life, automobile ties m. for your liability Insurance and Pretty & dainty.... the drew. D. GASMF.TT INGRIDBERGA1 6

Jr., fh. 210M.: Live oaK ITIa. 4.1 need.. N. D. Wainwrlirtlt, Jr., 12* for little girl, at The SMART
W. Car St.. Phon. 154. If SIIOPPE. +

roil HALK1'HHil:: radio, phono.BrmihK Mrs. W H. Nollman and Mrs.
portable.. 1.US up. Cha..
REST ..'. Shepherd. RadIo. > Heat Cover W F. Swinyer spent Sunday In
_Cur6& Madl.ontlt._ ffFL Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs.C. .

WHILE YOU SLEEP! < llln% WF.l.I UHIII.IVU CO H. Daw kins. They enjoyed a
trip to Sliver Springs In the after
2- 4A ft-lnrN wr-lln A pump
li .t.jlliMl A repaired .
MATTRESSESRENOVATED Phon. 13, or Write' to: noon.W.. P. Smith. Sr. Is 111 in St. tr1 tI1gq2
J. A. BIR\K rTAfaoclenny $ 7i
Fla 3--tflyr Vincent' Hospital, Jacksonville.
He will be glad to see.. any of his.
SELL YOUR TIMBER friends who find It convenient to ? &.

One Day Service NOW call. '
Highest Cash Prices Paid Men' Straw hats for Easter.. VICTOR FLEMING PRODUCTION


I WILL BUY IN BULK. T. J. Moore and daughter.. .w .Ml'JOl* rIByRANCI.'. IfLUVAN .f. CAROL"All" WARD BONDSHIFPIIO
OR IN UNIT Rosa and Edith have returned to 1 ITIUOVICK Nero' HATFIILD OIN lOCKHAtT
STARKEBEDDING their home at Hellbronn Spring g;.{ i4, 14 'JOHN IN..Y.01010/COOLOUR11.' l JOHN I IRILAND.J.CSCIL KSLLAVAVt
EDWIN-W. PECKOr after spending the past several AXWILL AMOISf
. Co. ,, -.!.> W MAXVIL1 ANDEMON..4. AMDir SOLT
months In Lakeland where the
John W. TurnerP. M JUMta W RICHARD DAY.... MM"' >Uto4>...,|0/lf H VALENTIN A.I C.
Also Slip Covers O. Box 463 Misses Moore were employed during Nee due

Gainesville Fla. the citrus season. -7'' ?.. .. iWALTERWANGER 0,.. 1.VICTOR REMINGSTARKE

& Upholstering Miss Jeannette McLendon arrived FORD WAXES, POLISHESAND I.-..'M 1111. PICTY0L lea .r.-I M 550 .A..O PICivIrCONTINUOUS

Send me a postcard and ii Wednesday from Orlandoto CLEANERS

FOR SALE CHEAP1 Franklin will come see you. spend the Easter holidays with
automatlcdrafwood heat.r; Ilar. her grandparents Mr. and Mr.. PERFORMANCES

.. coal-bllrnlna Both In good clrculatlnaIl.at.r. condition.Bradford tHT! : W.d. P..I. near PO, gold E. S. Matthews. Dr. and Mr.. H. \ liquid Cleaner TWO BIG DAYS Ft10n1 1:00( P.M.
County THefraph> tf H mil ton wrl/.t watch, new wide B. McLendon .will drive up from AR
Bold band Reward. Mm. Edith Polishing Wax
ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED! *. UO-, fltrltlan. x*< n Cherry ItpMI'ST Orlando for Easter Sunday. FI MATINEE 75c. EVENING ${I.O:!
furnlihed apt*. Clo.. .In.. D.r.abl. Apply offeV Miss Mary Ann Coleman of A Polish and Cleaner Wednesday & Thursday, T H E ATAa :
.. All convenience I SELL!: : No reanonabla .
Colonial Inn. 201 W. MaJlion. tf refueed Inrom. property I iottage Tallahassee) was the weekend Chrome Cleaner 7 FLA. CHILDREN 50c ALL TIMESApril
unit. larae nwn.ra apt. L* w.l guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
FOR RENT: modern torn. cot- l I. CourtVanhlnaton A Uran 20 & 21 ( TAX iNCLUDE1)' )
.. on ". Rathlnk. Ilohln. I .tree!*. Htarke Ry owner. Up Barksdale. \ Body Polish
:% : Mrs. B. F. Flowers of Ocala ,
tf"ni l''rii. PROPERTY FOR SALE' : II''A acre. foam Upholstery Cleaner Z
ii(> mi. a. on Mwar 100. .. ...'& 4rm. old hnime 2 Camp: PlandinghldB Is making an Indefinite visit with Sunday Monday & Tuesday April 17, 18, & 19 Friday & Saturday April 22 & 23-DOUItLE FEATURE
.. ... ., ult- Glaze Cleaner
e. 8exI8. Frontage her daughter Mrs. P. E. Canova. Ford Liquid

FOR PJ..SALE 10 wk*.Thorous-hbred old Ini"''" .*Dorm Fire A able ht. S for."r.trailer. timber. ramp irated or cabin 2.H Mrs W. D. Faxon will have asher Ford Liquid Glaze Sealer Every 'Girl Should Be Married WINDJAMMER with Geo. O'BrienCary
Tower "- (1.In..vllle. Rd t'P 4-' ml. 9 nn K.y.tone highway. 100 Easter weekend guest her
Hale price' I22AO Term. If dealred .
WANTEDStock cattle. M or mor. A. V Roenl. owner. Kl. 1. Roe, son-in-law and daughter Mr. and 1. ... Cary Grant Fraflthot Tone IXana Lynn
J n Odom. Live Oak. Fla. p"on. 117 tfturke. Itp Mr. M. C. Ford. Jr. and daughter .
I Drake> Alan nhrajr
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110J* Linda Susan of Sumter. S. C. __
Fun HAI.E' .Barth Baraaln worms. Hour. ,'HMKH.irr'eT line P. .w.'lor.YNT: p%Y.ti VENETIAN" BLINDS CLEANEDM. THIS IS AMERICA ON WATCH John \\'.yn.- Henry Fonda ,Shirley Temple
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: *, din. Mr. and Mr*. Coolidge Gaaett I'lus Cartoon & 'Latest World News .
FAIL SALE 8-rm. bou. on 4 let.C APT.Inr room. kit h.n.bheth,p*'. en. of Gainesville spent the weekend Andrews Motor Co. I
for'...:.Writ. P.fiboa trance. Mr. W. J. Epperaon Sr.,
A.th 11.:Cheip'j MloIdl"bllra.:: ; FI. UP '-U I Ill a. Walnut HP with Mr. PaU Gass tt. .


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.- friends enjoyed the lovely affair Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crosby . . Padgett of Fairbanks.Mr. noon. Robert Myrick and family of Pine

with her. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Con- and Mrs. L. D. Polk and i Mrs. R. A. Carlton and Mrs. Level.
SunnybrookBy Outdoor games were enjoyed ner, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggers, Lawtey HeilbronnBy son Dale of Trenton were visiting Robert Carlton of Lake Butler Mrs. J. Beezer and son Louts of
during the afternoon. Mr. and Ms. Lois Newmans, Bule Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams Sun were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I* D. Pennsylvania and Mrs H. Barrett'
l II. Patch
Wanda Crosby The dining room was decoratedwith CoBby. Rev. Wendell Witt of De- 'I. .By. : . Louise. Norman Wilson Sunday. of Pittsburgh returned to their

... spring flowers and the din land and Miss Bonnie Wingate of day.H.. C. Bleasdale and children Mr. and Mrs J. W. Kelly were northern homes last week.
Ing table was centered by a beau. Panama City. PLAY A SUC'CER; Entertainment: of Sunday School were visiting his son' and daugh. shopping In Gainesville one day Mrs. Beezer and son had spent

Intermediate Party tlful\ birthday cake. Cpl. and Mrs. Neal Crosby and< The Junior High School play t'.... t'... ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry last week tie winter here with Mrs. Eeez-
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Mrs. Newmans was assisted innerving returned to Elgin was presented last Friday nightto of last week Bleasdale of Gainesville Sunday er's brother, Hugh Lucas. Mrs.
and cake to the Sgt. Halman and audi- On Tuesday night . .
entertained the Corinth Intermediate punch Field this week after upending a large appreciative Tullie Norman entertained his afternoon. e r Barrett spent a couple of weeks
B. T. U. Class Tuesday night little folks by Mrs. J. R. Kelly. ence. The characters of this play south to drive the
their furlough with relatives and Intermediate Sunday.School class Mr. and Mrs. Leander Parrlsh here coming
of last week with a party. Indoor Dorothy received many lovely friends here. were members of the Ninth Grade The entertainment of the eveningwas of Trenton were "lulling Mr and Lake Geneva car back for her mother
were enjoyed during the presents. The guests sang "Happy and they have had many compliments
games 25! Mrs. Edd Polk Sunday. Mrs. R.
Intermedi Birthday" to her and wished her Mrs. Llnnle Tomllnson of Ral- on their presentation. The Spring Fever. There were Charles E. Forsythe,
evening. The following bedside of people who enjoyed this af.fall' T. C. Padgett made a business By Blanche Cunningham Oarlson
Invited to the affair many more. ford was called to the gross receipts were almost S100. voting Forsythe and Mrs. A.
ates with were Mr. and Mrs.enjoy Norman: her mother Mrs. John Kelly. Mrs.Kelly The class thanks everyone who After the games were playedthe trip to Gainesville Monday. . . were Gainesville callers Tuesday.
Bonnet I'arty served Ice cream and Mra. Lloyd Dyar made a business '
Wanda, Mary Alyce, Bule, Bobble, Spring la Improved at this writing. helped make the play a success. host T. M. Finley and E. Gnann were "Dad" Forsythe and son Ray
to Starke
One of the most unique affairs Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly were cake. trip Monday. .
'Jimmy, Lavon, Charles Sherman Jacksonville callers Thursday.Mrs. were business callers in Starke
of the season was the Spring BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Grooverof
also visiting Mrs Kelly Sunday. Saturday afternoon the youngpeople's .
Crosby, Charles and pon Newman Blanche Cunningham and Tuesday.Mrs.
Bonnet Party which was sponsored Freddie Dinkins honored were visiting Mr
Bonnie Clark, Jo Ann Nor Tullle Norman Mrs Randolf Crosby of Palat- was class was entertained by and Mrs. G. A. Mann sons were Jacksonville visitors Burt Busbee of Silver
Mrs. Sunday.
by Mr. and with a lawn party In celebrationof N. Norman.
attended church at Corinth the teacher Mrs T.
Clinton, ka
Nettle Bee Don, with her
man Mrs Friday night. Springs spent Thursday
Lloyd and
In honor of Mrs.Norman's Dyal son Lavernwere
Saturday night Ills eight birthday anniversarylast this
Kenneth Norman, Kath- Sunday and had dinner with Mr. The entertainment of occasion and
Glenn and mother, Mrs. Ida M. Gentry
people's Sunday of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sunday callers In the home of
young and Mrs. C. C. Crosby. Saturday at the home nil ;was a Spring Bonnet affair
ryn At Kelly.a late hour refreshments of school class. The highlight of the Mrs. Allie Mae Kelly and child grandmother, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. Those present for this occasionwere ,I Willis. of Santa Fe Saturday after I Mrs. Sue Myrick were her son sister Lillian.
evening ;was the purchasing of The Easter motif was carried out -
servedto Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly
Ice cream and cake were ren were visiting her mother, Mrs.
Easter Bonnets by the ladles. !in decorating, and the large birth Mr. '
Marcus Conner,
the folks. They were of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs.
young A. L. Drlggers, Sr
assisted by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. I Their husbands had to pay a ran Friday. day cake was flanked with an arrangement and Mrs. William Crosby, Mr. and SAVE EVERY DAY 'EVERY WAY' AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE
Kelly som for their wife's bonnets. After of miniature Easter Mrs. Wesley McRae, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Bonnie of Panama -
a late hour the"Doting people Wlngate rabbits and flowers. Small Easter O. E. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
Birthday Party enjoyed roasted wieners. City attended church at CorInth baskets were used as favors. The Sapp Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae,
Mr. and Mrs. Lola Newmans entertained The following enjoyed this love- Sunday and was a guest of various game were climaxed withan Mrs. Lois Newmans.. Bule Crosby, I
with a birthday party ly affair with Mr. and Mrs. Nor. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner. Easter egg hunt and prizes and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Esters of

for their daughter, Dorothy Ann, manMr. C-ONSTIirCTlOV! BKfilNSo.v : were awarded to the winners. Assisting Jacksonville Miss Bonnie Wlngate
at 2 o'clock. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mr. Dinkins entertain. '
Sunday afternoon IIAYI.KHS:! mr.mvAV Mrs. in of Panama and Rev W. E. Witte
It was her seventh birthday anniversary. and Mrs. William Crosby. Mr. and ing and serving were her daughter of Orlando. All enjoyed It very
Well, the folks of this section
Mrs. Wesley McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. J. Cox: of Jackson- much. .
About 25 of Dorothy's little Owen McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Elton were both happy and surprised villa and Mrs. W. M. Pope of very

lust week when suddenly a large Green Cove. Twelve of Freddie's The Home Demonstration club Phone 2 31
6. A Free Delivery !
Wednesday April
bulldozer made its appearance on little friends were present to met on .
tne occasion.. short business meeting was presided
the long hoped for highway from I over by the president Mrs.

Pine Level Church to the State W. H. Edwards Is spending E. S. Sapp." after which a demon- '

Farm Road. The farmers are all several days In Atlanta;, Ga. this stration of colors was carried out Center Cuts White Bacon 23c lb.

1 keeping their fingers crossed and week.Mr. by Miss Ross. The hostesses were
hoping for an early completion and Mrs. of the highway. The right of wayIs went to Doland Saturday night tobe Crosby

being cleared of trees and with Mrs. Roberts' father, J. I Ottls Morgan of Ruskin was Fresh Pork Hams lb. 47c --- Smoked Sausage lb. 29c
j stumps County Commissioner H. Tatum on his birthday Sun visiting! Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ,
Crawford states that the rock Clemons Thursday of last week.
should be poured sometime this day.Mrs.. C. W. Durham and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp were

year. Mary Julia Futch were Gaines In Jacksonville one day last week. Southland Tenderized HAMS ((8-10 lb. ave.), lb. 59c
ville visitors last Friday. Mrs. J. B. Sapp Mrs. Leila
fat r
and little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Howard Miner of Mundy
y I
y1. t. N Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. Starke were the guest of Mr. and

,.,, GrahamBy Miner's mother, Mrs. Effle Miner, Mrs. Eldon Sapp Tuesday evening BEEF .
last Sunday. of last week. SALAD DRESSING CORNED
Mr. John McKinney I
NI dr Mrs. Amanda Bell of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers of
9 ..,. .
r Mr. and
1 A J 1 was the guest of her brother, Jacksonville were visiting
aI, .. ./'. Mr and Mrs Leonard McKinney R. W. Mosely. Sr., last Sunday. Mrs T. N. Norman last ;weekend 1 auart 49c. 39c each
1- of Sanford and Mr. and Mrs. L. Robert Whitehead who Is attending Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown

-H' = _. -' __ D. Graham and daughter. Bobbie, Georgia Military Acad- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, ...--
of Holly Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. emy, College Park Ga., Is spending I C. Sapp, Friday evening..
VITAL FOR VITALITYMilk John McKinney Sunday afternoon. the Easter holidays with his I Mr. and Mrs. Rels of Jacksonville .
Duddy Hines of Jacksonville father C. R. Whitehead, and other and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Plantation M-E-A-L Plantation GRIT

is the perfect fuel for that most III spending a few days with his relatives. Conner and little daughter Janice
complicated of machines the human sister, Mrs. P. O. Starling.A William Raulerson of Jacksonville I were dinner guests of Mr. and
spent the ;weekend with the Mrs. Eldon Sapp Sunday. 5 Ib. 19c
body. For the energy-giving qualitiesyou large crowd attended the E. M.' Blount family.' Arson Tlllia of Plant City was 5 Ib. 19c
want for your growing: child turn funeral of Pvt. Leo Starling at
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Starling of i visiting relatives In this section _._
to GUSTAFSON'S milk. There's grade-A LaCrosse Saturday afternoon. .
Whltehouae spent Sunday with the Sunday and Sunday night.
health in glassful. Order some Mr. and Mrs. John I '
every McKinney H. C. Harleys.A. .
33' Bleach 1
today.TELEPHONE, and children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis, who Is employedIn I. qt. 9Y2c CRISCO or SPRY
Lonnie Melton In Waldo Saturday
New Jersey spent several days
night. Dedan Section
here with his family
LECT FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Starling and Dawson Padgett of Mlddleburg Large Fresh Florida
Mrs.' Reside Carlton
family attended church servicesat visited the E. V. Brock family SHORJENINUJb.J9cCORNED
DAIRY Hampton Sunday and were dinner I last week. . Celery 2 stalks 19c
guests of their daughter, Mrs. The Junior Hlgh School Is observing Easter: Egg Hunt ,
Frank Thomas. Easter Holidays with a There will be an Easter
PHONE 2312 egg --
FloridaSERVING Mrs Nellie Womble of Cairo, vacation from school today (Friday hunt at Dedan Church Sunday Red BEEF HASH
Green Cove Springs ,
Ga. visited her sister, Mrs. Leon ). afternoon at 3 o'clock, April 17. RipeTomatoes
STARKE. DAILY Wynn, last week. After the egg hunt there will be
Mrs. Lizzie Dryden Is on the SINGING CONVENTIONThe a picnic lunch served. EveryoneIs 2 Ib. 25c No. 2 can 29c

sick list this week and we wish Bradford County Singing invited. .

her a speedy recovery. I Convention, Marcus Conner, Shaw and ._
THE GREAT NEW president Mr and Mrs Harley -. '- ---'
There will be an all-day sing at announces an all day meet- niece, Evelyn, were visiting Mr. Black Valentine
the Christian Church Sunday, ing Sunday, April 17 at the Gra and Mrs. Dave Shaw of LaCrosse Ballard & Ballard FLOUR
I April 17. Dinner will be served on ham Christian Church. Dinner will Sunday.Mr. String Beans 2 Ib. 25c
.., 'WestinghouseRefrigeratorFreezer the; grounds and everyone is Invited be. served on the ground Everyone and Mrs Roy McDavId ,
to attend. Invited. and children of Gainesville were '

visiting her mother, Mrs T. D. Golden Bantam Yellow 25 lb. 1.85

Dyal Mr,, and Sunday Mrs C. F. Padgett attended Corn 5 for 29c -'
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the W. M. U. rally at ,
Combinationwith Black Creek Church last Friday. COFFEE
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V Mrs. Eugene Crosby Is spendinga Neal:
a days this week In Jackson.
6i&iR @i& made possible ville with her daughter, Mrs. R.
I. UNDERSTANDINGbaaed C. Howard.J. Potatoes 10 lb. 35c 39c lb.
"I" W. Padgett Is visiting this ,
; by new, exclusive, automatic upon long years of wide experience week with his brother, Hamp

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I Mrs. Rosa Flnholstor, )[1'11. Harold death of the latter's father, J. R.I I the Florida Municipal Finance

Dukes, Mra Ruby Green 1 Rye of Macclenny. The deceased Officers Association. He was elected
Those present were :Mrs.! Anna State FarmBy had been ill for many years and I at a recent meeting of the

Laura Tctstono, Mrs Lizzie died at the family residence early Association In Gainesville.Mr. .
Green Mr*' Olin Parrlsh Mrs. Mrs. Bryan UhltflvM Monday morning. White has been a resident
Leon Parrish, Mrs. Robert Green, a a .i I of Tallahassee for 26 years, and

all of Lake Butler, and Mrs. Russell Rev and Mrs. Norman J. Meck. G. C. White To Head prior to Joining the city staff
Green, Mrs. Alma Blair, Mrs. lem of Crescent City were visitors wee In the state banking depart-
i S.unD I k Audrey Bell Parrish Mrs. Gala of Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherdlast City Officers Aas'n.George ment for 18 years. He la the son
Mae Kelley, Mrs. Mattle Sowells. weekend. of Mrs. J. W. White of Starke.
Methodist Church t Mrs. Harrell Mrs. Harmon C. White' city auditor
At The TabernacleThe Guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. J. .
and clerk of Tallahassee. since All kind and size of account
Morgan, Mrs. Johnnie Green, Mrs. Kucera and family on separate
1941, and a former resident of books.. Bradford County Telegraph."
Special Easter music will be young people enjoyed a Guy Parrlsh Mrs. Theo DyaJ, occasions during the past week
featured at the- evening service Hymn Quiz Saturday night. The d Miss Laverne Hodges, Mrs. Pearl were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gavin Starke, Is the new president of Reasonably priced.

!in the Methodist Church when group was divided into two teams Markey Mrs. Wilson Green, Mrs. who were en route to their Indiana
the following program will be and as the Hymns were played Rosa Plnholster, Mr.. H. B Crosby home after having spent the .win
pll esented. each team endeavoured to be the Mrs. Harold Duk.... Mrs. Hu ter at Delray; Mr, and Mrs. Guy
Voluntary Fancaa Angellcus first to identify It. and also name by Hodges, all of Brooker. Saunders, Sr and Miss Lorraine Sunday Night at 7:30 Pastor Bob Gray

(Franck) Composer and Author of words.A Pictured above la the attractive new parsonage of the First Christian Saunders of Lantana; Dr. J. B.
Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Coleman Will Answer the Question :
Processional Hymn, "Christ the short Bible contest on whereto Church, Starke, located on a lot on Christian Street adjoiningthe of Gainesville visited Mr, and Mrs. Swift of Jacksonville; Mrs. Arthur
Lord :la Risen Today" find Important chapters in 'church building. The congregation extends thanks to all the people Lonnie Parker Herbkersman, Mrs. John Picken

Scripture Lesson and Prayer by the interesting Bible was to also used. It is of Starke and community who contributed In anyway toward this Mr. and Mra Sunday G. B. Col on, Mr. and John Ind. Picken and Miss Jr Betty of Southport Ann- Who Can & Who Can't Be Saved?
Rev. J. R. Hill see these young project, all of which are expressions of friendship and good will. In and Mrs. E. C. Long and daugh Denmark

Open the Gates of the Temple: ledge.minds developing in Bible know- photo above the pastor, j' B. Dixon, is standing on (he steps and Mrs. ters. Betty." and Martha, spent Mr. and of Mra.Starke.John E. Williamsand

Choir I This week the Dixon Is seated They wish to extend thanks to the people of Starke Sunday at Silver Springs. their young son, Clifford, of (Old-fashioned Hymn Sing at this Service)
God So Loved the World (Stain- Interest centers I and to friends In Jacksonville who sent f II.n Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott and Tallahassee spent Saturday night
around the Friday night service, son Marshell, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
er) and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Anniversary of the Hampton
shell and children of
Nailed ,
Duet: to the Cross-Mr. CHURCH OF CHRIST L. Williams.Mr. .
Mission Hall and Tabernacle work Baptist ChurchEaster Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs
and ).(rs. O. S. Newcomb .
and Mrs. R. H. Cox were
will be observed. The music .will 11:00 A. M. "God Is Speaking"
Jesus Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday Edgar Wilkinson of Starke Sun-
Offeratory: Joy of Man'sDesiring hosts
be on the Easter Theme and morning at the First at a family dinner at their
(Bach) a Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday day.Mrs. home Sunday In honor of 10:00: A. M. Bible School 6:30: P. M. BTUStarling's
Hymns: Fairest Lord Jesus- five-piece Orchestra will render Baptist Church the Choir under Evening Service 7:45: : p.m. Sun- Bulah Harrell, Mrs. Guy and Mrs. Enlce Bradshaw Mr'l
Choir and congregation several numbers. An out-of-town the direction of Mrs. Lucille Green Harrell and daughter and Mian their children who will

Solo: Hosanna (Ganler-Mrs.) speaker will be on the program will sing selections from the cantata CATHOLIC CHURCH Iva Mae Lewis were shopping In won for their new home near ,

Edward CharbonneauWith also. The public Is cordially Invited "The Cross Triumphant". Sunday Mass 10 a.m. Gainesville Monday.Mr. Caracas Venezuela, South America

Glad Hosannas (Olson) to this service.Christian The Pastor Rev. Lewis D. Haines Sunday School 11 a.m. and Mra. Hamp Conerly where Mr. Bradiihaw hold a
Early to the Garden (Wilson) will bring the Easter message Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. were supper guests of Miss Mary position with the Rockefeller Grocery
Christ the Lord Is Risen. (Nor ChurchThe .: Mott Saturday. Foundation. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
"Victory Over Death"" and the dayBible A. B. of Starke visited :
man) Wednesday Surrency Cox and '
Study every their daughters, Cynthia
service will close with the choir
Hymn: He Lives (Ackley) Miller Revival will close singing the "Hallelujah Chorus"by at 7:45PENTECOSTAL: friends and relatives here last and Priscilla, of Live Oak and STARKE FLORIDA

Easter music at the morning Sunday night after the following Handel. Goals set for the day weekend. I !\fl'. and Mrs. Gerald Cox andtheir SPECIALS;; FRIDAY & SATURDAY. APRIL 15 & 16
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Green and
service will consist of an anthem services: Include $5.000 for the building HOLINESS children In daughters; Misses Elizabeth, WE= RESERVE; THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITYLARD
Early to the Garden, by the Choir. Easter Sunrise Service at were shopping Starke : Geraldine, Mary B and Lois Irene,
Hampton fund; 350 In Sunday School, and Oth St. and Temple Are. Saturday.E. .
and a solo, Earth Could Not Hold of Orlando were the additional
If it
not raining. 450 In morning worship. Moving Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; Morn J. Lewis and son Allen were C
Him (Petrie) by Miss Garnita Otherwise relatives present. Miss Greta Gar-
at the Church.
pictures will be taken In color of
Hutto. ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic In Gainesville on business Satur Innd of Orlando r-15
Bible School 10 a m. Preaching' the congregation, to be shown Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone accompanied the
Organist, Mrs. E. K. Gerald Coxes.
Ferryman. at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. I later at the church. An Invitationis welcome. '' day.Mrs.. Bill Plummer few
Choir members: Mrs. A. Z. Ad- 'I' spent a Lt. (j jg.) and Mrs. L. M. Francis ft.
extended to all to at
If do not worship days last week with Mra. 1F..
ktns, Mrs. Jack you elsewhere, and their
Briggs, Mrs. A. daughters, Merrill
this hour that begins at 10:45.: CHURCH OF GOD '
worship with Hazen In Starke.A. .
W. Anderson Ann and
Mrs. G. S. New- Marsha, of Quonset
Sunday Evening the Easter Day J. and John Mott of Ralford Black Eye Per lb. Again This! Special t
comb. Mrs. Nelson Green Mrs. J. -oJ. B. Dixon, pastor. Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor Point. R. I. arrived. Saturday to
W. will draw to a close with a candle visited their mother, Mrs. Bonnie visit Mr.
Klncald, Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Mrs. G. E. Crews.
8th & St. Clair Sti.
consecration service and Mott .
Misses Garnita Hutto, Sharon Hall, G. S. Newcomb, L. F Smith Billy light Sunday.Jim Mrs. Francis and the children will PEAS 101/zcRICElb.111/c
Baptism The regular Happy Hour Sunday School 10 a.m. Douglas of High Springs be here
Oleta Green Messrs. Jim Ritch, Smith, and Harry Green. with Mr and Mrs. Crags
of song will be held with Mrs. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. made a business trip here Satur- while Lt. Francs} attends Naval

1/ Mann and Mrs. Morse, piano- Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. day.T. School In Key West .A Picnic Special All Brands -
FIRST organ duo. The youth choir dir- Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m. B. Rohn recently boughtthe Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wlttlngtonof
BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. ected by Mra. Mann will again Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.Brooker E. T. Stewart home and now Natalia, Texas visited their Assorted lb.

.. Lewis! D. Halnew, Pastor 8 bring o'clock.special music beglnuig at . . lives moved there.to Brooklyn Mr. Stewart Lake. has son Mrs.and Enlce daughter-in-law Bradshaw, ,and Mr. and Mr. Lunch Loaves .53 3 SNUFF 25c

Sunday School meets at 9:45: Mrs. Everett Padgett spent the and Mrs .R }f. Cox for several
"In The Heart of Town And In The Hearts with departments and classes for weekend visiting her mother, Mrs. days during the week.
of The People"A all ages. Juniors and Intermediates Vera Allen of Tampa. COLORED QUARTERS BEST BARGAIN TOWN
meet In Annexes now on By Ira Mae Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Elton Taylor of Bridal Shower

Jackson Street. Training Unions Worthington visited Mrs. Taylor's Mrs. W. A. Kirkland compll-
Southern Baptist Church For All People gather at 6:45: : for discussion and linen Shower mother, Mrs. Bannle Mott last mented Mrs. Carmol Copeland of OLEO 32
fellowship.Mld weekend.The Starke with bridal shower Thurs-
A Linen Shower In honor of Mrs.
Morning Worshlp-11:00 Happy Hour _. 8:00: Home Demonstration Club afternoon. Lovely yellow lilies tb.
->week service will be held
Sunday School -8:45: Training l'nlon-63 Doris Chambers was held at the meeting will be held at the Com were attractively used In decorat-
Wednesday at 7:30 with the
: message -
Community Center, April 8. Many munity Center, Tuesday, April 19 ing the Kirkland home for the
Midweek Service Wnliiet-day, 8:00 to. :M. by the Pastor. Young people
games were played. Prizes were 2 o'clock. Please be present. party. In contests Mrs. Ralph Great Northern lb. Moll's Apple
meet at 3:30 after school
Monday :
won by Mrs. Talmadge Blair, Lake Butler boya baseball team Johnson and Mrs. Richard Mark-

Easter Morning "Victory Over Death" with program moving pictures directed, refreshmentsand by leaders.A and honoree Mrs. received Doris Chambers.many useful The team visited Sunday.Brooker's Score boys 16 baseball to 3 In opening ham won of the prizes.beautiful Following and useful the BEANS ll'/ c Sauce, 2 for 25c

Evening Hour BAPTISM friendly welcome awaits those gifts. Refreshments of cake and favor of Brooker. gifts the hostess served sandwiches .

I who attend regularly or occasionally punch were served. The hostesseswere Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Strick and cookies with lemonade.Bridge. ;. .
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" all services at the First Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mr*. land of Lacrosse visited Mr. and We Will! Have FRESH EGGS For Easter
I Baptist Starke. Wilson Green, Mrs. Robert Green, Mrs. C'lilb Meeting
Sunday.Howard Douglas and son Mrs. D. L. Nix .was hostess at And We Will NOT Be Undersold !
1 last week's meeting of the State
and Mrs. Raymond Crews
find daughter Marjorie Sue of Farm Bridge Club, entertaining/
at her home 51b.
Friday afternoon.
Jacksonville visited Mr. and MrsO. SUGAR 29C
W. Barry Sunday. The beauty of the rooms used for
.. tho party was enchanced by baskets Factory
Your first thrill is it' Mrs. O. W. Barry and Grace of flowers that emphasizedthe Pack
seeing Barry attended the funeral of Easter motif. Respective high
Lee Starling of Graham who

was killed In France about four and tract second were Mrs.high C.winners M. Turney In con and WE SELL ICE .CREAM !
years ago In the Army. Funeral

Your greatest thrill is driving it church.Services were held at Antioch Mrs.Wallace J. won R. Kite the bingo and Mrs.award.J. At C.

Mrs. the conclusion of the games Mrs. Our More I 114 Home Owned and Operated and we
daughter Virginia
were visiting In Oldtown fee.Nix served deviled crab with cof certainly thank each and every one for your continued

Sunday. I Sympathy Is extended to Mr. Hiipport. It Hure helps thin BOY: Jot S. Starling
,::--c=__ Mrs Martin Salter and Mr and
and Mrs. Lawrence
Dugger In the
Mrs. Willie Sweat of Jacksonville
were visitors here Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Martin have as
. their guests for this week, Mrs
Martin's mother, Mrs. Deacon of ,.

Mr. and Mrs. Wade Harrell had
IIrc1h, -- -- --- --- --- as their guests last weekend Mr

e Harreirs Mrs. Wilson sister, Mr Green*. Weeks.and MrL.uhedla G Abl bk k:

Plnholster were In
-, Gainesville shopping Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Victory Jones and 1949
on were visitors at Lake Okeecho-

bee Sunday.Mr. ,
and Mra Bill Bigham and
children were In Jacksonville or

business last week.1IOTIIP.H J 'NtR[ VSIreV1da

Tli. StyUlin D*tun* 2-Door Syrian : Register/ : TheN

WMto iM.w.l .ltt..oplloral' '.t....* MM, Baby For Valuable

Gift At Oar Store

Me & 1 $ ,);';'-' 1'
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now made even more attractive by new lower prices tJ' WEARKverthlag tA: und.jl .

for the Child

.... From Birth to 1] Yean Old'
Tn. moll B
I with Economy You'll get the biggest RONNIEDONNIESTORE y'(
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Yet out seeing driving saving
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top, side and rear I Add to this the glowing with this new bevrolet-tA moat beautiful buy Size Interior with extra-wide "Five-Foot J .vJ
color harmonies,the luxurious fitting. and of all-now available at new lower prices! Seats" extra-generous head!, leg and "

fabrics of its Bodies by Fisher, and you'll And while you'll naturally be happy to know elbowroom and the advanced heating 7I ___

the understand beautiful why people of l call Chevrolet it's the beauty-leader we believe you'll get your and ventilating system of a "car that PHONE 218 -
most can.7ft greatest thrill out of driving it. You'll experience b athe.." '(Heater and defroster optional

mod 8eautilu.' BUY hf Drivingand amazing new handling ease and riding ease thrillat extra cost.) COLONIALFLORIST
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Design. This great- 4-way engineering! ing acceleration, and J outstanding hillclimbingability : 7he moll 0401/r/rur BUY hf AII-KotaiJ ea ....., o9Aet w f Iw
advance Center-Point Steering -plus typical Chevrolet economy. For Np RfcMEMBER...
-including Sorer/. Featuring: ((1)) Certi-Safe Brakes : }
Center-Point Seating. Lower Center here's the only! low-priced car with a world's with "Dubl-Life" rivetless brake lining I '

.f Gravity without loss of rood clearance, 'champion Valve-In-Head engine-of the type ((4)) Extra-Strong Fisher Unuteel Body } N SlRV\c\
and Center-Point Bear -
a brand: run kind of:driving and now being used on. more and more higherpricedautomobiles. (CS) Panoramic Visibility( ) Safety Flat
riding you ease. exclusive to Chevrolet andhigherpriced Glass. in all I window., and ((5)) the lupersaf. '

cars. Give yourself and your family the biggest /. Unitued line.-Action Ride."triplethrill" @ : '

in motoring see, drive and save .

with Chevrolet most beautiful buy of all

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ArwwESTcosrr SD



Nona St Starke






13 1949

"Joan Of Arc" Is Jenkins Honored Starke Motor Court \\'hlm..n. r>.'.ndan'. Case. Nn. '240 Mr. and Mrs. McRae I Surprise Party Uriler' of ruhlli-atlon und Nolle NpOTlnl I.evlnlatlMi. County Florida.
Film At Testimonial Gets AAA Io "KMJRIOA Notion In hereby given that a bill Dated:: April 1, 1949. '
Outstanding RatingThe
Honors Perry Kite STATE OF to: will Nil Introduced In the ItM'l FlorIda -
Golden II. P. Morgan
To Observe .I whose residence and l l Superintendent
I : address: Legislature by the City of
Board of Publlo
honored Coming To Park Event Tuesday Starke Motor Court, George Im IU7S Jluthifute Avenue, 8tHrk: said bill to tmlnw.r and ..1 5t ,.19! Instruction
lirnnx New
Jr. was York
Wedding Anniversary Perry Kite : authnrUa until City nf Htarka to
I Bunch, proprietor, Is currently You art required. to appear on cancel certain'outslanding municipal -
at a surprise birthday and fare A sparkling comedy calculated A O. Jenkins, who will retireat listed In AAA directories from May lOt h. 1949 In the above named tax, certificates Nctlea of Intention. t. Intredur
},fl". and Mrs. M. J. McRae will Court and
beat home to. their friends. on well party Thursday night April to. keep patrons chuckling long I' the end of the present school coast to coast and Is reported to ......k. divorce cause, Uradford wherein plaintiff County Stark Carl, Johns Florida City Clerk Be City 4-23 of Nperlnl LrglelatleaNotice
is term after 45 of teachingIn Telegraph shall publish. this Order )la hereby given that a bill
In Heights.Mr. left the theatre yean be the only Motor Court between
Baker1 Keystone after they've
2, at which time 7, at In next four .
Saturday April weekly Issues.Witneae ,
the colored schools of Bradford In Circuit ('...... Bradford County will be Introduced In the Uti Florida
they will celebrate their golden I Kite who. Is In the U. S. the Park Theatre offering for Jacksonville and Gaineavllle-Ocala my hand and official Florida. In C banrvrr.r Legislature:l to b.. entitled! AN
County, was honored at a testimonial with an AAA listing. seal' at Starka, Florida, this April >. C. Murray Plaintiff v.. Amanda ACT KequlrlrK the Ke-rea-lntratlon
wedding: anniversary.Mr. Navy left Sunday April 10 for Sunday through Tuesday-"Every In the New Beth. 12th 1940.OFFICIAL. H. Murray Defendant. Cane. No. of all the Electors, of KVadford

and Mrs. McRae will receive Norfolk. Va.'where he will leave Girl Should Be Married", starring program The recommendation of the ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 7211 County, Florida: Before llelnir Qualified
el Baptist Church Tuesday nightat A. Clerk of sail .Court. order of Publication. And. to Vote In any Kind of Election
their guest from until 6 for Roosevelt Road Puerto Rico and 8 o'clock. Starke Motor Court will bo 'additional fly Haven Crosby D. C. Nellie Tn Appear to be Held In Hald County
Franchot Tone
o'clock at the home of their son- his new station.He Cary Grant good publicity for this cam T. Frank tndrum, .. STATE OF PI.OKI DA to I : After March 1, 19SO; Settingup the
Stlk5..t .. Procedure for Having Maid
Principal address of the eveningwas Atty. for Plf. 5. Mm, Amanda H. Murray whose r aliltmco Re-rea--
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. was the proud recipient of Dinan Lynn. muntty and will undoubtedly bea and adiIreaH I In: 141-44 Franklin iHtratlon; and Providing for the
P. L. Bridges. Based on the' gay assumption made by Dr. William H. factor In bringing more tourists iv "IRT.T cot'HT. DR'PFORO' Avenue, Flushing, New York: Compeniiatlon of the Supervisor of
many useful gifts. Gray president of the Florida A. to. this eovs'rY, FLORIDA IV: CHAN. You are required. to appear on Registration. and his amtlHtante forService
All friends of the couple are refreshments were that a modern maiden has a perfect city.Recent ('F.RV. Maya. 1M9 In the above named Rendered In paid Re-llev-
Invited to. attend. Dancing and I & M. College, Tallahassee who Ernest. U Drown Plaintiff v". Helen .. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Utratlon.
enjoyed by the following guest.: right to pick the bachelorshe : praised the work that Jenkins has BirthsMr. V, Brown, Defendant, Cane No., seek divorce Bradford County Tel.seraph ._ .. J. P. Robert. Representative,
7244 hull publish thin Order In
Helntz Josephine Johns : wants nnd go with him with. done for the advancement of education I IMHUBN.WltnenB Bradford County Florida.
CARD OF THANKSWe Mary and Mrs. Luell ORDER OF PUBLICATION nevi four weekly '.1 St .-19
Nancy Helntz Juanita Kite Mln. out incurring any social censure among the colored peopleof Sampson AND NOTICE TO /.P HE All my hand and official
wish to expressour deep Introduces a Tanner of Lawtey, a son, Oral STATE OK" FLORIDA to: meal at Starke, Florida this/ March
appreciation for the words of nle Lee English Inez Green Marie this sprightly film this community. born 7. Helen V. Drown, whose residence 20. 1949.
the beautiful I Roberts. Joan Bailey, Betty Powell brilliant newcomer in the personof I Congratulatory remarks were Stanley Apr. la: 138 Hoechwood Avenue, IJogata OFFICIAI. SEA) A. J. Thomas AUTOMOBILE
sympathy flawera Lawtey a daughter Shirley Ann, New Jersey: As Clerk of Said Court. LIABILITY INSURANCE
and other expressions of kindness Chloe Rivers Perry Kite, Betsy Drake. also made by H. P. Morgan Superintendent You are required. to appear on By Haven Crosby, U. C.

shown to us In our bereavement.The Jamea. Alvarez Merle Orlder Ken- Grant Is at his beat as the of Public Instruction born Apr, 7. May lourt. 18th and 1841 In the above named T. Frank Uandrum., Stark. Florida Although not compulnony .U I*
CHUH wherein
Green Family. neth Crlder Wayne Llnzle. Buzz pursued doctor and Miss Drake Bradford County, and D. E. Nodes of Intention to llntlitnrPIclltliiNK lieekil. divorce. Hvadford County plaintiff TeltKraph Ally for fit. 4-1 41 4-22 much safer to carry Liability

O'Dwyer, Joe Roberts, Harry Nap seems headed for stardom In her Williams Supervisor of Instruction Name shall publish this Order In Insurance. I represent only old
I Notice .IK hereby given that the next four weekly. IHBUCH. NOTK'IO! to the voter and tax payers -
far. AI I Stefanelll. John Carter debut performance as the go-get. State of Florida. lindttrHlicniid. under the provlnlonH Wltne my band and offlolat peel nf Bradford County, mata of line reliable stock companies.

NOW IS THE TIME John Kemp Anthony Baker and ting damsel. Tone .suavely portrays Colored ministers taking parton of Chapter 20953, Lawn.. ew'i'hrl: 1949.at Hlarko, Florida, thin April II, Florida. Your business wW be appreci
Act of "1941, will the You are hereby advised that there
FQJt Gene Petrl.Mlmfigraph. the employer whom Miss the program :were Rev. A. Vln-i Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and bait to arouse for Bradford C'nunly, Florida, the An Clark of said Court. I assembled. In Tallahassee, Florida,
1 Drake uses as Rev. H. J. Blunt Rev. W. J. : 129 Call Street
I son flctltlouM i name of T: H A InvaHttnnntCiimpuny By Haven Cronhy. I). C. at the next session thereof a Special W.
Grant's jealousy and Miss Lynn Strong Musical numbers wererendered under which we lire engaged Slay Me Men. Halden Bldg., Daytona Art authorising the Hrhool Board Opposite Bradford Co. Tele..pbPllone
delivers deftly as the heroine's i, and cluing business at the leash Florida. of Bradford County Florida, to issue -
either I letteror I by the R. J. E. High H rvlo! Center Hlatlnn. Htarke, Florida I Atty. for Plf. 4-15 4t 8-8 I bonds. or other evidence of 154
i paper fascinated companion School Chorus and Leon A. Williams I ,. That the fenld hunlncKB:: I IB owned Indebtedness for the constructionand
Ifqral 1 size, carried In stork by and operated by the following Interested In Circuit ('.....t. Bradford. County. maintenance of a stadium or N. D. Wainwright Jr."ANNIS' .
The Bradford County Telegraph.. principal of Hampton : parties: H. D. (!madman Klorlilni la < k.......r,.. athlotlo. field on the premises of
With Ingrld Bergman! starringIn Training School. "Hlnrko. Florida! T. C'. Haven. Jr., Verlee Mart Blanchard, Plaintiff the Bradford County ills-It School
Htiirke. Florl.lu; and E. M. D..n- vii. William Perry Ilium-hard, De
the title role the'epectacular As a token of appreciation and murk Btarka, "'I..rhll1.1& 4t 8-8 fendant. ('a.e No. 7240. r.

film version of "Joan of Arc"will esteem of his friends, Prof. Jen- Order' Hi Pvnlleatlon and Nellie'Po

y CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION be shown at Jhe Park next kins was presented with a number MVTM'H.IN hereby TOXotlre Klven.Juo..tm that. sealed STATE OV Appear FLORIDA to:

"'e have everything Wednesday and Thursday. of useful gifts and a nice gift bids. will be received until 10 a. William Perry Blanchard, whose ,
you rll 27. !1141, on the fuilnwingchurch residence .la unknown:
need for the small plot or This highly praised drama' displays of cash largely contributed by : propel,tvItiilldlnw : You ar. required, to appear on
the business men of Starke. No. 4: :Main Church Auditorium May 10th 1949, In the above named
farm In vivid pageantry progress
Court and cau..e. wherein plaintiff
ALSOCOMPLETE of the immortal Maid of 1-iillillnif No. 31: Id' x 4S'. seeks. divorce Kradford. County CONCRETE BLOCKSReady
Bulldlnw No I: Id' x 4S'. Telegraph shall piihllah thin Order
LINE Orleans from the time she beginsher Girl Scout Troop Ilillldlnic Nil. 2: 2V( x SIT, In next four weekly ItiHUeH. Mix Concrete Builders Hardware
campaign to. reach the ear of The Church rexerves the right to Witness my hand and official
HARDWARE ITEMS Elects OfficersOn reject any and all bids.L. Heal at Btarka Florida this April Most Everything To Build Repair or Remodel
FARM IMPLEMENTS the despised Dauphin throughher A. Canova. Chnlrmnn. 9th. 1949
short-lived triumphs, and on Hoard of Trustees, First Baptist (OFFICIAL, SI A. J. Thoman.. ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc.
TOOLS ETC.tt. April 8 the Girl Scout Troop Church, Starke., Fla. 4-18 it 4-28 An Clerk of said Court..
to her tragic end at the stake of Starke reorganized with Mrs. By Haven. Crosby, D. C. 1033-1043 W. Main Street South
In the marketplace at Rou"n. Notlrf of Intention. to ItesrlsterNotice Joseph K. Skipper 231 Ornham
Marian Carney as Scout Leader. t'I..tI.l..n" ,..ne II III.if., Juokiionvllle Florida. Phone 217 218: GAINESVILLE P. O. Box: 93
Joan's success n: arming a Scout officers were elected as I I Is. hereby. given that thaunilerslirned Atty. for.Plf. 4-15 4t 5-8
., under the provision
crusading army and the siegeof follows: President Jlmmle Mon- or Chapter 20111. Laws of Florida, Notice) or Intention To Introduce v

Orleans with Its thrilling bat crlef; Vice President, Nancy du Arts of 1041. will register with the Special I.erlilntlonNotice
Clerk, of the Circuit, Court, In and In hereby given. that a bill
tie scenes lead to the triumphal Pre; Secretary Martha Landrum; for Bradford ('Oil 0I V. Florida, the will be Introduced In the 1944 L....
crowning of the Dauphine at Treasurer Florence Brown;Scribes, fictitious name "t Flectrlo: Mervleea Inlatura hy the City of Stark for
Hupplv under which 1 am engaged. certala purposes which will appearby .For A
And Ask
and Its bitter aftermath- Come By
Norma Canove and Mary Sue Ep- and doing business. at 126 E. Call the title of said hill reading as .
Joan's betrayal to the Englishand Ht., Ntnrke. llradford County Fla follows: An Act requiring Bradford .
' PHARMACISTPhone trial. person. That the said business Is owned and County and any school I district Demonstration Of .
I' STRAWBERRY HOES her merciless The President appointed Mar- operated bv .1. H. Kite, Box 4S 1.Htnrke the wchool board, nr other politicalstbdivislns : i
; 1 31"| x 7" Miss Bargman Is Ideally cast Fin. Dated. this 1.1th day of to contribute and paya .
. garet Wilson and Martha April 1041. 4-15 4t 6IV -8 portion of the expense of laying.
(' $1.50 64 STARKE as the resolute pea.ant'girl who as Flag Bearers and Jean Mundyand Kldewalki, sewers., watertnalna,
becomes perhaps the world's best nnri'iT roricr. nn \Fonn curbing and paving through, or
I .On-the-Minit Service known heroine. The Impressive Margaret Rose Duncan as 'OI'\I'I'Y. Fl.onutii iv CIIANInhn along property owned or held by *. No Static
BRADFORDHARDWARE Color Guards. 'Jo"Y. said count") or Ittt said airenolatf/ In
setting Include. the village of Dom- -' llrormnn. I'lnlntlff., v5. ;Mnrv the City of Starka, Florida. *.
CO. DAY & NIGHT the court at Chlnon, the The Girl SJouta will meet at nrosninn r..t nll"nl. Case No. 7247 Carl .John, City Clerk City of No Fading:
remy I ORDER: OP1 PtTLlr-ATIOV Starka, Florida -' 6t .-11EAVTIt'Y
forts at Orleans, and the great St. Mark's Parish House every AVP: 0.1': TO APPEAR F it: *. No Stations

I : cathedral: at Rhelms. Striking use Wednesday at 3:30: p.m. All girls STATE OF Kl.f resldenrennd>ltllA. toMnrv : & PROTECT1'OUIt
Proxman. whose Interfering
rrr of color to. accentuate the moods between the ages of 10 and 18 address, Is: okr,, Pnprad Ltulvna.Csechonlovakla HOME WITH

of the various sequences has been are urged to join. : on TIlE NEW; *. Better Tone
You are required to appear
Attention Cattle & Hog ProducersSTOCK employed with striking effect. The Scouts are meeting bright May 16th. Ifl4t. In the above named SUNMASTERALL
and early Saturday morning ((9 seeks Court and divorce.cause', Bradford wherein plaintiff{'...unIYT.I..r..ph I

Auto Plunges o'clock) to. choose up for baseball shall publish this OrderIn ALUMINUM

SALE HELD TUESDAY OF EACH WEEK teama. Captains: Ann Manas- next. four mv weekly hsnd. and Issues.Witness official. seat. AWNINGS

From Overpass; sa and Jimmie Moncrlef.-Norma at Clarke, Florida, this April 12th
With Highest Cash Prices Being Obtained Canova & Mary Sue Epperson 1940 FREE: ESTIMATES
Two Men InjuredHoward (OFFICIAL SRAL1 A. J. ThomasAs & INSTALLATION Chas C Shepherd
Scribes. Clerk of said Court. Covers
Tura right at Ball Park r".
onVal and Ossle Norman sons T. Frank Landium Starko. Florida McCORD FURNITURE

North Alabama Road and drive S mile. of J. S. Norman of Lawtey were W. C. T.U. Atty. for PIt. 4-15 4t 6In & NOVELTY SHOP I Court & Madison Sts. Starke, Fla.

Tuesday C.-;:
to Stock Yard. seriously injured early rlrcmlt Bradford Cvvnty.KlorMai Box 243 Starke. Fla.
j night! when the automobile In I* Csianeerr
WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO REFUSE Arnold Will man, rialntlfr, v.-Ruth .
which they were riding plunged .
FARMERS PRODUCE MARKET, Inc. TO DRINK T t ? : - - - - -- - - - -
through the guard posts of the n n nP* n nPBBnnnnV>aBnnnnVBn Bnnnlin BnnV BnnnnV>BnnnnnVBBnnnnnnnnl>Bnnl
f Gainesville Via. railroad overpass on Road 100

L W. Cobb, Auctioneer W. Fred Moore, Mgr. Heights.between Starke and Keystone I PEOPLE ARE DOING THINGS iF

I rfj
The car turned over several iiiiT
_._ ___,___ times during! the drop of around SALE
00 ___,_____,_ "NOT BECAUSE THEY WANT .
, 40 feet, and- was completely de TO. NOT BECAUSE THEY FEEL 'lII ,\ ..--..:- .
moll hed. Both young men were
COUNTY thrown from the car and were

unconscious when found by passIng HEALTHIER OR HAPPIER, BECAUSE 10 DAYS ONLY ENDS SAT., APR. 23
They Were brought
to Shadycreat Hospital for emerg-

"Newsome Built" later ency treatment removed to but. the Howard Veteran'sHo.pltal was TilE(FROM CROWD"I'ELLE'S. NOTES). This Is ONE SALE That Is REALLY A SALE!

In Lake City, and Ossle

was carried to a Jacksonville hos-

Septic Tanks and Drainage pital. A detailed description of

their Injuries could not be ob % OFF EVERYTHINGIn
tamed but It Is known that one or. h on

SystemsINSTALLED both of them received a fractured Y 2 O

knee and hip as well as other injuries -

It Is reported that the young The Store---NOTHING EXCLUDEDALL

men were returning from a fish-

Ing trip. When one of them regained -

Prices for pre-cat, concrete ncptlctanks. consciousness he stated .

with ceramic tile fields. that the radius rod of their ModelA NATIONALLY ADVERTISED

delivered and InntallfSl within 75 Ford came loose causing them
to. lose control of the car.
milet. of OaliKitilllei


540 gal. tank 75 ft. field __ ______ $125.00 We want to express our heartfelt -

640 gal tank 100 ft., field __ __ __.__ $110.00 thanks to all of our friends I

740 gal. tank, 125 ft. field _-_ ___ 165.00 words for the of many sympathy kindnesses and beautiful loving I'1 1 t $40,000 STOCKOF

Crease trap with 50 ft. field
__n__ $ 70.00 floral offerings which were bestowed I

Extra drain field __ .._. $.60 per lineal ft. on us In our recent be

reavement. We would not fall to I

t thank Dr. Adams the kind nurses STUART'S


blood for the transfusions. CYCLE SHOP ,
Phone 2146. : I

-,-------- -.- Appreciatively Mr.Mrs.and Jessie Mrs., Chastaln Carlton Chas- Temple Starke) Ave. Florid* 10th St. * GIFTS, ETC. *

tain .
OUR FIRST Sue Ella Chastain .

11! aLs.I. 'N IIUSINESSSe :91 YEARS: Tangible Notice Personal Of Unpaid Property Delinquent Taxes N 0 W THAT GRADUATION GIFT AT A

enlarging* expanding, and Improving
As provided by Chapter 10723 Act. of 1941 Notice is hereby given that REAL BARGAIN
our .store and \\.> must. Innalhle l per.unat. property Inxes. ; a.eee.el for yeer 1945 are now delln.quent I .
sail beginning April t..1 such taxes ..r. dr"w'nK' Into'r..1 ar nn.per .
cent per month plus the proporllon.l. "o.t or publl..hlnllr this notlr..
make room for the workmen I'nlpss the anomtts set ut.p..elte each name below .r. paid b..ror. the
first day or May, 1919 warrants will I....,. Ih..r..nn etlr..tlnllr i.vy upnp .
end eeisur. of the tangible per.onal property of the taxpayer for unpaid HAVE YOU EVER HAD AN OP-
e 105.5, p.naltl.m mad eddlllnnol. costs.. The pan,. of delinptent. ;personal: .
property taxpayers, and the amount or I.".... In. luding the "o.t of ad.verltsing .
Thl. il IH our first. Hair In 21 yean! and the tint month'. penalty are .. follow.: WHEN

Every lieu to 00 offered l- from our "rhl.trlct :\I.. I Nick's Bargain House .. ... 2779
r AIv..r.., J, w. ._. ... ,?.. 4.1 Prevail. Lester .. _.. ?_ 41.08Bitch.
rlurne. .. Alex, !. .......______.R >4 Carl ____? .. 49.15Itos.nbrrtr
Mock and will return to regular "It's ONCE
regular Crawford. Peach. allCrawford. Sam ..... .... .. 224.23 In A Lifetime"
J. H. __-__ _. _.. 1.1.60 Rosier nr.... ..... _, 14 KitHtunner.
prlceit at the conclunlon. of this. "\,'nt '"vl., 1y. 1. .. ,. ...-. ,. 10211Karl. : A. n _. .. -?...- 4.ltdTim
Jon. ____ ..-,_ .. :211 MllkeyVav .. ,.. !ft4.10
W E ARK OrPBKINO Ore.n, Paul E. _.. .. ._.. __ 1 SO The Seaboard (ill Co. 110.It
.Hull. A. I*. u._..._- .-. ..-.._ II 14Jerrell W I 11I..n.I T. ":. ... .". US ARE MAKING
"'. H. ___ ...__. I IKaliIt so Williams, Joe ...... ... ,._ 17 411
REDUCTIONS UP TO 50 PERCENT! L. It..t ou al __?.??._ 40( .S7 Walpole, w'n..7. .._n .... 10,6Ovkool
Ketch. U it.------------ 1*.8McKlnney 1 Ill.trlet 'Se. ii
< J, E. _. ___.. 23 Brlnson a. Hiuunt ? II 41 Confidentially FOR
On the following REQl'LAR wlorled increhandieef. "Norman I e:. E. ___u...-n____...- a.HI Carter Carl __ __ _??.. 401 ;
Prescott. A. Jr. .____ .__ JO. oHitch. Finn B. R Jr. ? __. ,171
. C'IIIN.oppn Stock PattemtWATCHES O:/ :M. .... ...-.._.______ J.1ThMilan 6M Orlrfls, florrion ._ J Hllasiiue Convenience
" .:. n. .'__.-?___.... 1.58 John H. ? _,?.... 1770
For Men and Women Tyson Urn. Jr. __..___ .____ H.n Myers.. Claud .. .. _, S7I
j N..om.ow.n __ 3.11
HILVKRWAKK: Sterling std Silver Date !t "'H.1 l Ilsdvt0. :.1 Pope. C*. O. ._ ...... .. S 61
J I Anderson, J. l. ... _.__.. 14.01 I Reddish Vf, :M. ... I 97 PHONE P.O. Box
BIKTII.STO.NK:' RINGS! For "Men and Women horns, Kan ?.___ ....._ 17.4J Roberts T. V>'. _.__ __ 1stHtarllnsr.
Bradford Houne ___ .... ..... 14.35 A. J-------_.. 1 1 7
And Gold Jewelry Diamond Set Jewelry Continue. Cracker urlll .____ ..._,.. ins It Hams, Happ _. _. 371 153
Campbell.., t:. 1\(. __._. .- ... n.nnr..n. William.. 0.r.: Ar. .. i.71 F.JStrong 683
Jrwrrly Compact Leather Gondu Crystal 1. n. .__.___....___. in.liUitn WalnwrteTM.. T. L. ._. .,. 9*.M
Lamp Gift Pottery Llnrnn #.., Tom ..n ___. .. .__ 1054 Wilkinson. W. J ___ .__?.... J.J7Pekool Harley I
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I1 imiply Huniply. ___._.____ 24 SS Carlton K. R. ? ______-m. 41 Starke,
UNDERWOOD JEWELERS III Tan Amusement Co. fr 18 Edwards A. A--------- 17611
.(ones, W. I'. .. ... .... Iii C. G------ 1502 Call St.
Leach. 11th----------------- IS SJ : tnir. If .___ : ______. 151Rahn Florida
Hogan at Monroe Jacksonville. 190.t Mill. X U Onln.y ._. ,. 77.11
I.ee. Richard .____ ?. .._ 7.11Mlillann J. R. KBLLT.
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