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 22, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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City Asks Meter Company To Agree I Red$1,900 Cross To Sends Aid Comptroller Gay Cold Pack Deal Jurors Spring SummonedFor Term Two Couples Spend Harrowing Night

.< To Four-Month Trial With Question I Windstorm. Junlue M. Smith SufferersMrs. chairman Reports County' Begins As Berry Of Circuit Spring Term CourtThe of Circuit As Captives In Woods Near Starke;

1 f.t To Be Submitted To Voters. Sept 13 1 for Bradford$1,900 Red Cross County from received Chapter National,a American Head-check Tax SituationBradford Season Nears EndBradford Court April Murphrre' 23 will, with presiding convene Judge here John Monday A. H. Men Beaten, Robbed; 3 Held Here

quarters Wednesday morning to The following men have been

! 1 be used In rehabilitating property County's 1948 tax situation County's 1949 straw- summonded for jury duty: The story of a harrowing nightIn

'; At the City Council meeting Livestock Market damaged in the windstorm that Is analyzed in a composite berry chipping: season cam' to a W. A. Bessent, Jr., Lorenzo D. Blood Bank Chemist which they were held captivein

Tuesday afternoon ,City Attorney struck the section southeast of report recently released by C. M. halt here early this week as Green, Cecil Crawford. II. C. At the woods near Michigan Ranchon

. G. L. Patten was Instructed to Reports Strong SaleA Starke on April 3. Gay State Comptroller. heavy movement from Louisiana Green Mlllard Varnes, D. L. Kite, Speaks Rotary Route 100 was told by Mr. and

contact the parking meter comjf The home of Albert Griffis was *It covers real estate and personal and North Carolina took over the Harry H. Lewis, Marks Bitch w J. Stock chemist with the Mrs. Clarence Downing, Mrs Vera -

pony M. M. Rose, Inc. of Hartford strong sale with prices Sue completely demolished and several property tax rolls mlllage Eastern markets leaving the remainder J. Whltehead, Zenaa Z. Griffin North Florida Blood Bank recently Keene and Spencer Tillman ....

Conn., and find out If the company to 31 higher on all grades of cat- others in tho Boatdraln area were levied taxes assessed and purpose. of the crop here to be Wilbur Starling. Oeo. Rivers. established In Starke, was when they finally returned to

i would permit the City to Install tle la reported this week by W. F. damaged.Mrs. for which taxes are assessed. The sold to "peddlers" and cold pack Roy Q. Tomlinson, T. C. Crawford.W. guest speaker at the Rotary Club the home of the mother of the

I parking meters May 15: on a four- Moore, manager of the Farmers Smith reports that the tot- rolls for the calendar year 194J. Interests.In C. Ward Henry Hlnaon, H. Wednesday two women. Mrs. Vollle Manning.

month trial basis, with the mat- Produce A Livestock Market, al raised In the Red Cross drivein provide the source of tax collections the 7-day period since Wednesday C. Harley Herbert Parrlsh. Carl In Starke at 10 o'clock Sunday
reviewed the his-
ter to be submitted to a referen- Gainesville. A heavy demand for this county up to date is 1908. being made now for governmental of lust week 854 crates Jones J. K. Douglas, J, R. Wainwright The speaker since morning.Mrs. .

dum vote In the City Election of stocker cattle and calves with an 99. The quota was $2,311.: operation. were shipped through the market : Leon Renfroe H. Q. Alderman tory of blood transfusions Downing and Mrs. Keene

Sept. 13. insufficient number of cattle for Amounts turned in during the Bradford's total value of all here at an average of $6.87. bringing \ Harry Stern P. E. Green. tho first: one and was made" In the were shaken but physically un
the recent
The 60-<1ay waiting period granted the buyers present was noted by past week were: $31 from the property i N shown at $6,220,227 growers an estimated return ,1. Darby Gasklna E. D. Jones. year ments 1613 In the of develop-The harmed, while the two men had

by the City to permit an appealto Mr. Moore. Brooker Community; $33: from the while the actual total taxes levied of $3,696.18. I Jack Underbill. R. J. Waters R. first blood bank use was plasma.established been brutally beaten and .were

the Supreme Court by plaintiffsIn HOGS: No. 1, 17.00; No. 2. 16.- Motor Pool at Camp Blanding; aggregate 13813601. The total Prices held to an $8 and $9 R. Ruse Robert F. Dcmorest Ed. In Chicago only 12 he wearing\ blood-spattered clothing.
years ago
an Injunction suit seeking to :SO; No.3. 16.00; No.4, 15.30: : ; $108 from employes of HumphreysGold value of Florida's 67 counties was range through Saturday, but i W. Durban, Bert Hlnson Fred Tillman reported that he had been

restrain the City from Installing No. B, 19.20: ; Light :5's, 14.00. Corp.; and $14 from the Colored $3.918,806.581, taxed to produce dropped to $9.23 Monday and Halslop Oscar Curter, Lawrence! said.Mr. robbed of $30.Arrested .
the meters, will be up on May section of Starke. Stock described the dif- on a warrant for
Good 24.00 to 26.00 $73.196.801.96. Wiggins
CALVES: ; declined:: to $-&,BO Tuesday and
14. Medium, 23.00 to 24.00; Common, Other facts shown by Gay's report Wednesday as buyers moved on ferent blood types and also the armed robbery J. a. Fisher Nel

It was originally planned to Install 20.00 to 23.00; Culls, 16.00 to 20.- of Interest to this county. to markets In other states all-important RH factor which son Grlffls, and Otis W. Wainwright -
100 meters In the business Senate PassesNo were: U F Glee Club must he considered In cross match- are lodged In, the county

district of Starke for a six months 00.STEERS I Non-exempt real estate $2,208- Market Manager R. B. Alvarez or Ing. The difficulty sometimes experienced jail here awaiting a preliminary
hereTuesday & HEIFERS: Common, announced that an attractive cold In finding the right
Ita meeting to
trial period. At 940 Personal value hearing be held at 10 o'clock
afternoon the Council 20.00 to 22.00; Cutters, 17.00 to' : property pack deal Is being offered by the type of bolod for a transfusion Is Saturday morning by State's At-
Fence LawGovernor $873,333 Railroads and Telegraph
decided that If the meter companywill 2000; Canners, 15.50: to 17.00; I. $844,241;; Homestead Exemptions Bateman frozen Food Co. of Ma- Sings Here Friday illustrated by the fact that only torney T. E. Duncan. If he filesan

agree to a four-month trial Stockers:: 17.00' to 21.00. $2.076.380; Wholly Exempt Lands con, Ga which will permit grow- 13 people out of 3.000 would have Information In the case they iii

period, with the matter to go COWS: Common, 18.00 to 20.- Warren's cattle fencing $109,170 Dlllnquent NonExemptProperty ers to continue to market their the rare combination of AB-RH will likely be tried at the spring'term
; The of Florida Glee
before voters In the city electionof 73: ; CUtter., 13.30: to 18.00; Canners bill passed the Senate with $120.. : fruit at a profit for several weeks University Negative" the speaker said. of circuit court to be held
a Club will
present a of
Sept 13, the City will'go ahead 14.00 to 15.60.: ; decisive 28-9 vote Wednesday af Total Tax for county commissioners yet. He stated that the company choral numbers and program solos, this Mr. Stock was Introduced by here next week.According .

and Install the meters after May BULLS: Cutters 17.00 to 18.25; ternoon. It came was $56,700.16, made up furnishes crates and cups, and the L. A. Davis who had charge of to Information given
through prac- have be evening (Friday) at 8 o'clock, at
berries do not to packed.So
14. Canners, 15.50: : to 17.00. tically unscathed except for one of maintenance Interest and sink the BHS Auditorium the program for the day officers here, the Downlngs. Mrs.

The local parking meter con- "We have several feeder and amendment making the effective ing fund and .special road district far this season Bradford Keene, and Tillman had dined at
The tinder
troversy was touched off last stocker buyers for cattle on next date July 1, 1950: Instead of Octo- maintenance. The school board's growers marketed 22,399 crates Glee Club program, Reburial Today Michigan Ranch and were driving
((806,361 pints) of fruit for un the direction of Delbert Sterrett.
when the Council an- toward Starke about 10 o'clock
January Tuesday's sale. Make every effortto ber 1, 1949 as requested by War part was $31,435.85: chiefly for Is
estimated return of t213.B88.16. the Starke PTA
sponsored by
nounced that It had signed a con- get your cattle In as we are in ren. \ special school district operation For Joe EnglishFinal Saturday night when their car

tract to Install 100 meters In the demand for more cattle to fill Sen.: Charley E. Johns of Bradford although $5,166.63: was set up for Prices held steady until this week, and the BUS Glee Club. was forced off the road by the
: with the season's average set at There will be no admission riles for Joseph E. English driver of
business district Business men the car containing the
Interest and sinking fund
our buyers orders Mr. Moore and Union Counties pay-
cast one
the Councilto 26.3 cents per pint. charge and the public Is cordially who was killed In the Asiatic three mlln.ohlch kept
immediately petitioned bumpingInto
stated of the nine dissenting votes againstthe ments on district school bonds
keep the meters out and when Spring truck crops are beginning Invited to attend. area during World War II, will their front fender, forcing

the city dads refused to yield W. measure. to appear on the market, be held In DeWitt C. Jones Funeral them farther and farther off the

H. Graham local businessman, Legion AuxiliaryTo A favorable was also taken turn on In the the House legislation Danny Kaye StarsIn with 441 hamper of tender green Local Hen Worth Home chapel Friday at 1 o' highway. When they finally stopped -

filed suit seeking a temporary In- Be OrganizedAt where a Committee reversed one New Musical beans sold during the past weekat Her In GoldMrs. clock with the Rev J. B Dixon to avoid a collision the men
junction restraining the city from a $2,60 average. Mr. Alvarez Weight officiating He was attached to the are mild to have held them up at
Its subcommittees and
installing meters. Meeting TuesdayThe endorsed own the fencing bill with only Coming To ParkA states that buyers are wantingmore M. J. Sndenwaler thinks USS Cansevoort In the Asiatic the point of a gun and forced themto

The was beans and he all Sen. drive Into a wooded
temporary Injunction urges nearby
Executive Committee of one minor change. The committee music professor's Introduc- that Bradford County hens are
denied by the court on the growers to contact the market at He was a member of the StarkeIn section some distance off the high
v-Langford-White Post No. decision places the cattle bill before tion to jive and romance forms performing just as well or better
not He would alao like Bradford School way.
hid to
grounds that plaintiff once. reports High prior
56, The American Legion, an- the House for the first timein the gay theme of "A Song InBorn than some that have recently
shown that the city was installingthe from farmers with Irish potato Christian Church and a student There It l la reported that the
nounced this week Its plans for many years. It Is possible thatIt ," tuneful comedy-drama In' gained natlon-wide publicity for
meters as a revenue-raising acreage as buyers can be obtainedif entering the Navy. He was born three men held the party captive
forming an American Legion Aux. might come to a vote there color by Technicolor! co-starring pgg-Iaylng ability.For .
measure rather than a traffic- as many as two or three carloads July 25, 1923, In Lawtey throughout Saturday night beatIng -
iliary next Tuesday night April today. Danny Kaye and Virginia Mayo Instance, Mm. Sadenwaterhas
It then bo lined and abusing the whom
regulation measure. was can up. Survivors his Mr. men
are parents,
26 at 8 o'clock in the Legion Hall. Hugh Herbert and a host of a White Rock hen who lays
that the City agreed to a 80-day they are said to have held atgun'
Mr. Alvarez reports that Bradford'e '- and Mrs. Richard H. English both
Among distinguished guests who Starke Nine Loses famous musical personalities in an unusually large egg every" day .
waiting period to give plaintiff an point and taking $30 from
Starke three
will attend this will be support. 120 acres, of cucumbers are and has been doing so for the past of ; sisters. Ester

l.. ; opportunity to appeal to the Su- Mr.. T. S. Wright meeting District Presi- To Mandarin 18.9Collsct4ng.a Kaye plays the professor with looking good and shipments should year with no time out for setting. and Minnie Lee English, and Mrs. Tillman.time they It forced Is said that at one I
f preme'Court.. begin within the next ten days. Three of the that Mrs. Saden" Mary Walker, all of Starke; one and
.. "" . '" ?x k+ "!:' ;;.at:1:1tRtlct: : Presl-I singer who sets'out to teach him' This deal will be. handled >hereby water brought to town on* .clay half-brother.... Robert., English, each, other's "
'and '
TOURIST CLUlT" Mandarin blasted Starke 18-9 the Manhattan Produce Co. last week together PL Defining, Ga.; maternal dent of the Auxiliary and W. M. modern music and winds up Involving i weighed more drink from a bottle of
last Sunday afternoon in a North Mr and Mrs. E. L. Griffin
Scruggs Jr., District Commander him with her gangster Corn acreage here this spring than halt a pound. None of the At
: another time ,
More than 40 Tourist Club Florida League game in Mandarin. ; and one niece, Jo Ann Wal- during the nightIt
has double
of the Legion. boyfriend and his cronies, with Is estimated at from 800 to 1,000) large eggs a yoke Is said
members viewed movies of them- Starke was blanked for the ker, all of Starke. they forced one of the
acres-a substantial Increase over Mrs. Sadtmwator states thai. she
hilarious results.
The local post went on recordat women to with them
go after
selves Tuesday night taken at a first six Innings but then broke
Interment will bn In forig Branch
last year's SOO acre total. Other has good luck with raining chickens -
lawn, party a few weeks ago. Its last regular meeting as loose to hit the scoring column, Such noted figures as Benny more whiskey, knowing that the
favoring the creation of this Aux Louis crops. Include 200 acres of Ford- and now has 142 on her place Cemetery near Maxvllle. others would
Roscoe Bullington of the Holly- but Mandarin's lead was too large Goodman Tommy Dorsey, not go off and leave
hooka and ISO acres of Tender- near! tho Michigan Ranch on Road
Unit. The American her while
wood Camera and Gift shop ran iliary Legion I to overcome. Armstrong Lionel Hampton Char- they were gone.
off the movies on one of his pro- Auxiliary has a membership of In other North Florida League lie Barnet Mel Powel Buck and green beans. 100. She has been raining chickens Roberts Home BurnsThe Mrs. Manning mother of Mrs.

jectors. Afterward games were more than |632,000.. It Is organ. games played last Sunday Wes- Bubbles The Page Cavanaugh since moving here two yours Downing and Mrs. Keene, stated
ized In 9,500 Six Killed 29 ago from Gary Ind. with her husband A. O. Roberts home and yesterday that
played and refreshments served. communities scattered connett's pitcher Bartholf limited Trio The Golden Gate Quartet InjuredIn someone who had

Next week it has been decidedto throughout every state, our Callahan to only two hits to gaina have prominent musical roles in Bradford Auto a retired railroad engineer furnishings were completely burned visited the spot, told her that it
territorial and several Directedby In a fire Tuesday eveningbetween looked like a place whero
have a game night. Everyoneis possessions 3-0 victory on the Wesconnett the jetpropelled offering. "hogs
welcome so come on and enjoya foreign countries. More than three diamond while Macclenny scored Howard Hawks the RKO Radio Accidents In 1948 To Build Home 8 and 11 o'clock while had been butchered", there was so

variety of popular games. Posts out of every five already 13 runs In the first two Inningsto release. In said to be Kaye's 1 Mr. and Mrs. Roberts were attending much blood on the ground and underbrush -
have I Six killed and A building permit was Untied a ball game In Waldo. .
Hostesses for next week are Auxiliary Units. shatter Green Cove Springs fastest and funniest vehicle to persons were
Mrs. Lonnie Daniels, Mrs. Jack The national constitution limits 19-6. date.It. 29 Injured In traffic accidents In April 12 by the City of Starke to The Roberts home, valued at Mrs. Manning stated that herdoughtel'
L. I.. Johnson of Bradford County $:.1800/ was shunted 4 miles Northof
Fields and Mrs. F. J. Shaw. eligibility to the following: e. This Sunday afternoon Starke will be shown at the Park Bradford County during 1918 according and their escorts arrived -

A sneak preview Into the follow Mothers wives daughters and will play Wesconnett there. Theatre Sunday and Monday. to a report just Issued for a $1300 home on Alton road. Waldo on Louise graded road. at her home about 10 o'clock

ing weeks look promising. There sisters of members of The American by H. N. Kirkman, head of Public Sunday morning and stated that

.will be a swim party at Mr. Sib- Legion; b. Mothers wivesor Safety's April safety campaign. I School Exercises the three men had followed them

ley's place some lawn partiesnow ( widows), .daughters and sisters Clay Hill Name ContestThe .1 "The National Safety Council Lawtey Closing within sight/ of the house and had

being; planned and another of men and women who were has estimated the unit cost of a threatened their lives If they reported -

future bingo. in the military or naval serviceof traffic fatality at $18.200 on the I Commencement Exercises for Port Rlrhle were visiting In Lawtey the occurrence to the police.

Keep watching the for the United States between basis of loss medical expense last Thursday. She described the men as being
paper Telegraph l la offering a sometime so I know It would wage the Lawtey Junior High School 'I
events to follow through the sum- April 6. 1917 and November 11, for I be like a of them if I overhead cost of Insurance Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Futch and badly beaten and the women pale
prize of a year's subscription never part will begin Sunday night when with
1918, and died In line of fright and In a highly
mer months. duty or for change the name.-Mrs. A. and property damage etc., Kirk Mrs. G. L. Futch had as their nerv.ro
the best suggestion a new you
after honorable discharge and of the Baccalureate sermon will be ous state. One of them fainted
out. and
man pointed guests last Sunday Mr. Mrs.
name for Mrs. Lura Burgess I I B. Fowler Hawthorne, Fla.
Girl Scouts To Pick the mothers, wives, daughters and I Mohr's "Clay Hill' column or the Come on readers-join In the The purpose of the current drive delivered In the school, auditoriumby Paul Smith and Mrs. Beulah Revels Ing several times during the harrow.

sisters of men or women who diedIn best reason why the name should fun! Can you suggest a new name Is to make everyone who walk. Rev. Ballard Wilson.. Rev. Guy of Palatka, and Mr. and Mrs. night, Mrs. Manning said
Star Softball Team line of duty in World War II. or drives of his personal Lanier and of matter was reported to
not be changed. Mrs. Mohr will for Lura's column or do you .want aware Lee Is In charge of the services. Grady son Eugene the
or after honorable police and deputy Sheriff R.
discharge for traffic
; c. safety. Miami.
also send a nice present to the It to remain "Clay Hill"? On Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock V. Alvarez
Anyone who happened to pass Those women who are of their Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Thomas accompanied by Chief
the high school about nine Satur- own right are eligible to member- winner. Readers are urged to send "My suggestion: 'Bits of Sun- the Junior High: Commencementwill the weekend here with Mr of Police W, E. Thornton, found

day morning would have seen 28 ship In The American Legion. In their replies as soon aa possible. shine' by Lura".-Mrs. Blanche U. S. StandardsOf be held In the auditorium for and spent Mrs Fred Moore They left the trio eating at Michigan ranch.

Here are some of the suggestions Cunningham Lake Geneva, Fla. the 15 graduates. The public is The officers
energetic Girl Scouts between the The purpose of the Auxiliary Frozen Berries on Monday for Hendersonvllle, N. reported that they
received to date: I "I think to change the name Invited to attend these programs. : found a .22
ages of 10 to 14 enjoying a mild M Identical with that of the Le- C. where Mr. Thomas will be In automatic target pistol -
game of Softball. gion. Like the Legion, it Is non- "I would suggest "Every-day i iDoings" from Clay Hill to 'Lura's Column' Revised May 1 The Easter season was celebrated I the produce business. and half a quart of moonshine

Teams were chosen by their political and non-sectarian. She writes just what' would be a good Idea. So few of with appropriate servicesIn In their car.
Mrs. Melba Partin and Mrs.
like to read and I enjoy us know of the folk. from Revised V S. Standards for : the local churches. All report Both
captains, Jimmie Moncrief and The Post extends a cordial Invitation people any will Grave Browning of the Junior Downing and Tillman are
Hill' much." Mrs. Clay Hill, yet we are all Interested grades of frozen strawberries i large congregations with many employes of the
Ann Manassa. After a five Inning to all veterans and their 'Clay very Amy High School took their fifth Hercules Powder
struggle with an eleven even score wives to attend this combined Prelslg, Clarno WIs. I in Mrs. Mohr's writings. She become effective May 1, the Florida I visitors In attendance. The Baptist field Jackson I Co. at the Green Cove Camp. The
grades on a trip to
Farm Bureau'' learned this I hunt
in the fdurth-Captain Moncrlefs Legion and Auxiliary Organiza- "I hope the column will remain, has that genuine philosophy all Sunday School gave an egg: ville. Their first stop was at the : Downlngs! live at Orange Park,
week Its Washington of. at
her own-a sense of humor and for the children on Thursday while Tillman
team came out In front to gaina tional meeting. as 'Clay Hill', which gives It a' terminals where the young folks lives in Starke and
through It all her Christian char- fices. the church, and the Methodistheld Mrs. Keene
20 to 11 victory. Florida touch and gives the people were taken on a tour of the spends most of her
From these weekly games the City Installs there an opportunity to tell acter shines forth. When a writer The new standards will modify a hunt for their young folks yards. Later they went to the Zoo time here with her mother.

girls have planned to pick an all 1,400 some local news. I love to thinkof for a rural community In a county the present grades by relaxing on Saturday in the school yard. where they spent some time see Wainwright Is said to have come

star team and challenge the Girl, Feet New Sewer Line what a beloved school teacher weekly paper can get the Interest the tolerances for short stems I Other groups held egg hunts at ing the various animals. They ate here from Folkaton, Ga. and has
In of all ages she should be honored and Incorporating Into the "gradesof different times. been employed In
Scout Troops neighboringtowns. Mrs: Mohr was at Clay Hill. I their picnic lunch at the Zoo. They the National
During the past two weeks the with a more appropriate name. frozen strawberries for manu Guard ordnance
33 at Starke and 1 shop at
taught years Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Browningand arrived back at school at three Camp
May the best town win. Comeon City has Installed more than 1- two years In Hampton. I had In Even young single men say they I facturing" the tolerances for son, David visited friendsIn o'clock a very tired but happy Blanding. Fisher Is an Itenerant

Starke? ? 111CALENDAR 400 feet of sanitary sewer line all 1777 pupil. Your great admirer" I never fall to rend It. So I suggest 'damaged strawberries now permitted Jasper and Jennings last Sun of children. worker who says that he has re-

on Crosby and North Streets in -Olive E. Ray, Starke either 'Lura's Column' or just In the "grades of frozen group Mrs. Grover Hlghsmtth of Jacksonville cently been working ".with Andrewand
OF EVENTS the Reno ctlon and on West Fla. plain 'Lure:" Mrs. W. O. Halle strawberries not for manufacturing" day.Mr. Buster Griffin In shrubbery",
visited her sister and bro-
Pratt St., according to an an- Starke Fla.Guardsmen. the Bureau said. and Mrs. L It. 11111 had Nelson Grlffls lives
near Starke.
at "As Interested readers of Lura's and ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ,
Tuesday Tourist Club, Wo nouncement by Berry 8. Johns, as their Easter guests Mr Deputy Alvarez
man's Clubs" 7:30: column, my wife and I think It Mrs. W. H. Jones and children of Moore, during the week. reported thatY. ,
p.m. superintendent of the light and H. T. Oesterricher ..e
Don Deeds RecordedRecent of 366 W,
Wed. Rotary Club, Methodist water plant.At deserving of a more appropriate St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrlrk hadas Masonic St., Gainesville

Rec. Hall, 12:13: : p.m. the present time work is heading and a little later I may Summer OutfitsThe deeds recorded In George Vautler of Jacksonvillewas their Easter guests Mr. and Identified the had also -
as men in jail
I evolve a suggestion or two.- Mrs. W. E. Sweating and daughter a.
Wed. > Lions Club USO Bldg. also a business visitor to Lawteylast
progressing on a sewer line Court House: being the ones who held
County him
7:30: North John R. Slpes, Ft. Meade Fla. summer uniform will be Monday.Mrs. Lorna Jean of Albany, and up
p.m.Thur..IOOF. on Orange Street that will C. H. Naaworthy of Starke to I and robbed him of $3O\ Saturday
Odd fellow meeting provide sewage facilities for 36 "Here are my suggestions for a donned this week by Guardsmen James A. McKelvey of Starke: Joyce Futch and daughter Mr. and Mr. Charles Carter and night in a cabin on Road 100.
Hall 8 11111 Echoes' of the local Headquarters Comp Julia Mrs. J. M. Browning, son Larry of Tallahassee.Mr. .
Lodge p.m. homes In this part of town. new name: 'Clay Lot 7 of Blk. 33 of Johns' additionto Mary
Sat. Amusement Games Catholic Work Is being done by local 'Mohr A More', 'Song of Clay any while the winter o. d's. begin the Town of Starke.A. and Mrs. Mildred Futch were business and Mrs. O. L. Futch of ''T

USO 8:30: p.m. labor. Hill'."-Mrs. C. A. Cox, Rt. 3, their summer-long nap In moth visitors to Gainesville lost Gainesville spent the Easter Holidays Covington Attends

Apr. 22 Unl. of Fla. Glee Club Box 720, Miami Fla. 'balls. O. JENKINSTIIANhS Friday.Mr. with Mrs. Futch's parents, Training Institute

at BHS Audi. 8 p.m. Girl Scouts Plan .. "I think the people of Clay Hill All members of the company are THE VKOFI.K and Mrs. L. H. Futch were Mr. and Mrs. Ed. May

Apr. 23 Girl Scout bicycle enjoy the publicity they receive ''to drill next Wednesday nightat : 'visiting Mrs. Futon's brother and Mr and Mrs. L. H. Harper of Dr. A. Y Covington, directorof

hike to Kingsley Lake. Meet at Bicycle HikeThe through the Clay Hill column, seeIng the Armory In the summer cot- Dear Editor: sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Starke spent Sunday with Mr. the Bradford Health Department

USO 9 a.m. they take so much trouble to tons, 1st Sgt. Albert Lee Crosby Please allow me space In your Crosby In Greensboro during the and Mrs. Carl Prevail. will leave Sunday to attend

Apr. 23: > Masonic Lodge .meeting Girl Scouts held their regu- send via Ponca route. Why rob announced yesterday. valuable paper to say: Easter Holidays On Saturday Lee Taylor, one of Lawtey's a Mental Health Training

7:30: p.m. lar meeting Wednesday afternoon them of that pleasure I would I wish to thank all who participated they attended the Future Farmers young men has recently secured Institute, sponsored by the Commonwealth

Apr. 28 Presby. Ladles Aux. with 33 members present. Miss suggest It be called the Clay Hill Recent Births In the program given In Soft Ball tournament In Quincy. employment" with the Seaboard Fund!, to be held at

monthly meeting. : Lou Beyers, physical education Ponca News. I always read It.Mra. ."- honor of my 43 years of service Mrs. E. E. Burney and son Railroad and Is at present train- Edgewater Miss., April 28 through

Apr. 28. American Legion director at BHS, planned games A. Wood, Starke Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Jess James Shel- rendered In the public schools. Billy were visiting Mrs. H. R. Ing under Agent E. A. Masaey. May 1.This,

meeting. Hall 8 p. m., to organize for the group. "I think It would be nice to havea ton of Penney Farms a daughter, I want everybody to know how Sapp this week. We wish him success in his new special training In mental

Auxiliary. f Saturday at 9 a.m. the girls will name like 'From Nebraska to Janet Lynn born Apr. 11. highly I appreciate the cooperation Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Heln and work. hygiene will be supervised by a

Apr. 28 UDC Memorial Day meet at the USO to start a bicycle Florida. Lura Says' or 'Love Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee Jordon : shown in .whatever was done daughter, bliss Linda Carradlne The W. S. C. 8. of the Methodist staff of 14 nationally recognized

program at BHS Auditorium, 12-: hike to Kingsley Lake. All girls -Lura'."-Miss. Lorene Fields of Metros, a son, Roy Lee, Jr., to; make the program a success.I of Tampa were guests of Mrs.' Church met In the parsonage with psychiatrists. Students from eight

30 p.m. from 10 to 14 are Invited to some. Maxvllle. Fla. born Apr. 12. i shall ever strive to prove my Ueln's mother Mrs. E. Griffin, Mrs. Ballard Wilson as hostess states have been Invited to attend

Apr. 27 P. T. A.., USO, 3:15: The next regular meeting will "Let's keep It 'Clay Hill'. You JOHN CALVIN MOHELEY! | worthiness for all that was done last Sunday. last Tuesday.The and Dr. Covington was selectedby

be held next Wednesday after- mention the school and the people Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Moaeley of by the citizens of Bradford county The Baptist W, M. U. met at contractors are taking ad- the Commonwealth Fund as
i iPlnt
p.m.Apr .28 > Presbyterian Adult noon and all girls are urged to that live there, and they have City, announce the birth I I and other counties who helped to the: home of Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr. vantage of the good weather of one of the ten Health Officers

Class picnic Gold Head Branch, attend.-Norma Canova and Mary lived there so long, and also you of a John Calvin born March make the program so Interesting last Tuesday the past several days to push from Florida to receive this train.

:3 I p.m. Sue Epperson, Scribes. mention the Long. Bridge Church 18. son I, and effective. Mr.. Allpreis and family of New work on the new road.e Ing. .

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FRH\V. APRIL 22: 11(9efav

I named Augufttln, Florida,
Im rin-jl ..*. nradfvrd Count, 9th. IDIt! In his above
e C c. plaintiff for Pit. / t

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED r Clay: Hill CftCQI lift Mildred YI.ad.t Defendant., ..... Wilkinson I.Kolllnx. Canfa.(/la.eery William rlver. ,1222.Or.e. .l>.rlKK plain...r Court seek TcTleBraph In. neat S and cJlTore.four shall cause..weekly and.publish nra"ford wherein| .,I..u.. this...(County Order Ally /l t.lFresh

1878rMtohed E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNIE-EDITO", f Pnllratl sad hand and nrnc.1' seal
Witness my
It Lxira Burgess MobrPonca. / %" .lM toi Appear"STATH Florida. thin April e. I'*'.
Every Friday and Entered .. Second JS'cbr.hrrtin Follin. William OK iJrIa-a-era FLORIDA.., whose in: at(OFFICIAl.mark SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

Clan Mattor-at the Pont Office at 8Wk. Fla. e 1 ,r reiildene ,la 811 Columbus tlUeet.Chul..ton. Ac RY Clark Haven of Crosby Maid I ,court...
South Carolina:
this You ar* required to appear on O..nr" 'a Patten Starke: Flnrldll.. MULLETRed
\\ I meditate Easter 4t 4 *
Mar 0th It 49. In the above named Atty for PIt BASS
MEMBER <3> 1949tl.a.eefpUo. tllIIf' and bee the April showers I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
C.--.d.r.;: Dressed Cat
iieeka dlvorre. Bradford County Circuit C..tll'.1 Fish
and breezes. I TORNADO TALES S . e . Telrcraph shall publish thin OrderIn In Florida !. I aa Mr..-.
PM Aerial! f 1JM For !Six! Maths ; next four weekly.1 l lieu,*.. Jo..ph 1I..ku... Plnlnlifl "... Pica Sea TROUT
He wa a man of aorrcwa, yet I Back to school-after all those Witness my hand and official nor lIr..ak Slaskus. V"f"nd..nl.. Large SHRIMP:\
know and Lake Geneva eat at Stark, Florida, thli larch Case No. 722'1.
Easter holidays eggs
grand 31. 1919 order .. F.blir.llun and OYSTERS
That Jesus smiled; for childrenran bunnies and the good old boys (uFFJC1AAs Clerrk. of. aid Thoman. Y.tl<*i. faSTATK ,ppeo Steak FISH
Caurt.I FLORIDA en:
to him were really on the ball this year.. By Blanch Cunningham I Ry Haven Crosby D. C. Eleanor. GreHMik OP. Staku. whose Live Fryers & liens
f'J And crowded closet like happy Never saw so many pretty corsages I John J. Hendereon, E0c]., Saint residence. and address In M S"y1e.
Auituntln, Florida Rhone Inland:
cherubln I Even heard the Baptists Starke visitors during the past Atty. for Pit 44t 4-89 You are required to appear on ALL FISH DRESSED
To hear His tales and watch His got Into the movies. Sure anxiousto -----0. May 11th. \949.< In the above-named- OF
week Mr. and Mrs. Ray For. FREE CHARGE
VICWPOINT see what kind of movie stars were I. t'lrrtdt fort B..re C...,,,,. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
laughter glow. i sythe Charles Forsythe. Billy ..."' ... !. ...........11''. ......10. divorce. Uradford County
And when he walked the way Frank. Lewis, and Van will make. Rodkey, Mrs. Arnold Carlson and Annie Lmla. Tlndell. Plaintiff VK. Telegraph hall publish this. OrderIn ,
four weekly Imiuvi.
Fulton Tlndell Defendant.. Ckse neat MAGNOLIAFISH
Manes has been recuperating
where lilies grow Mrs. B. Cunningham. No. 7310. Witness my hand and official
"I'ftANltM-\I.-\GlC: : METAL OF TilE FTTURK: In Spring and touched a waxen week from her Sunday's skating Terrill W. Cunningham aviation Order .,..r.......,... AsS I seal 5.949.at. Dtarko, Florida, this April MARKET
N.f/ T.
A recent story released from Washington states that Florida'si queenly rim tour. And while we're on the ordnanceman, N. A. S., Jackson STATE OF FLORIDA to: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .
Eden. dawn and glad Dolph's back withus Fulton I. A* Clerk of said Court.
Where twilight subject Tlndell whose reeidence :
beat'i .sands both modern and Ancient are rich !In the element titan ville has returned to his duties 70 St. Phillip Street Charleston. nr Haven. (Crosby n. (". I
3ts1.. which few persons have seen although it Is plentiful in the cruet perfunnei brim aren't we. Patsy after spending several weeks ,. South Carolina: I John J. lien Eta. Saint
( see Him am lie-a* God smiled We're still wondering how Joyce JI'zout.are required to appear on ::::.. .. "'- I
d the earth. his bere. in named
leave at home 141. the above ------

In Its metallic form titanium Is hard tough and tight In weight When long earth ago was anew. A smile I la In and one Joan piece.got out Crowded of Jacksonville? John! Eugene Brewster student in : seeks Court divorce and callus A, care wherein, cimlody plaintiff i a

Ftor titanium resembles silver and other "white" metals. Like Iron understoodIn the U. of F., Gainesville :was control of minor child. Bradfnr HAVE THAT OLD MATTRESS
Hear the USO Is getting quite County Telsraph shall publish this
old friends here Fri-
In combination with other elements. Ita\ a hundredaims calling on
M occurs mostly every language- Jeaus came Saw Nancy with : Order In nest four weekly IHHUABWltneaa
popular again.
I as plentiful as copper, zinc or lead. Only aluminum. Iron andflreeesium to bring Also day.Miss seal my Florida hand ,and this official Marc
I Buddy there Friday night. at Starke
are more plentiful. The Joy of life, the gladness of I John C. and a mighty cute bru- I Aileen Wagner. F. K. JO. 1949. REMADE LIKE NEW !
Younge Student, Gainesville spent (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas
But unlike these ore. titanium area seldom rich. It has been beliefIn nett Joan and Billy then of course I A. Clerk of Said Court.
_too diffused over the earth's surface for the extraction of the pure love and Cod. No other magnet all the "steadies". But what hap- her Easter vacation with her par By Haven Crosby l D. CJrtxeph .
ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. N Wagner.Mrs. 321 GnahATnHid
.*rtal to be practical on a commercial scale !and it Is therefore stillIa.e could pened to K. O. and J. B.? Can't Sue *., Jacksonville:: Florida. THOROUGHLY
Have drawn a* did His smile she still has Myrick spent Easter Atty. for Plf. 4-1 It f.22 WE WIKL
r or less a "laboratory curiosity". be too bad though, with friends In Pine Level.E. -

The duPont company ever on the lookout for new chemical prod- The transfiguring hearts of those acquaintedlong his sweater. Gnann and E. Starlings were IX: riHCriT COfRT. BRADFORD RENOVATE & RECOVER

lIeS.- to make has of course been interested In metals as they occur with grief.Esther. Hear a certain Jr. girl Is being In Palatka Tuesday on business. COt'T1I'. FLORIDA IN CHAMCKRV. l
Iss _bJnaUon. Titanium dioxide used In paint result from a union I Loyd Hagg called "Miw Spots. What aboutIt. Mrs. T. Clarke and children of Lola irene Brown, Plaintiff ... PhiT.uther PLAIN MATTRESS '
Caa. No.
m[ titanium and oxygen and It Is for this purpose that titanium ore Jim? Tallahassee were callers In the 7131. EVown Defendant. NEW TICKING ,

te now being mined on the Trail Ridge east of Starke. But the com- We know that Jesus wept, and Marian where were you Sunday home of Mr. and Mrs.\ T. M. Fin- ORDER OF PCBUCATIOW y

...y 'Is also aware of the great usefulness that titanium might have we know too that He smiled OUr night? ? ? ? ? ley Saturday. Mrs. Charles is a AND NOTICE TO APPEAR FOR 9.50 TO 11.50
fes the future as a metal-In aircraft engines, industrial! machinery wonderful Lord whose love is Here's hoping the report cards sister of Mrs Finley. Luther Brown, whose residence and
boundless. Yes, a smile Is understood weekend. Mrs. T. M. Finley. daughter address ,la: I'SH Kermit Roosevelt: Price Vary According to Job and ,
and hundreds of other items-If It can ever be produced economically. won't spoil your ARO 16-8 Division Fleet. PoaOfflf
In language, and Its Martha Sue and Leonard
Hence the company has undertaken to make metallic titanium In apeat every sop *. fan' Francisco California:
: so easy to smile. So let us Hamm hla wife and daughter You are required to appear on ticking used.
unit. Capacity at the present time Is 100 pounds a day and at CAN YOU IMAGINE. .
: his Easter time smile for Chris spent Easter In Marianna. I
a price of $3 a pound. duPont titanium !Is still in the luxury class. has risen and we do know that Report cards going home? Among those attending church

Hut neither was aluminum cheap until an electrolytic! process was dl..e.ered .- Dan P. going skating
death Is not the end of all things services Easter In Key.toneHelghta awe mnl OLD MATTRESSES REMADE WITH
The seniors to the beach Uie a t* see woe.r.Mee
and Increasing demand resulted In economics of manufacture. for us. Yes, we must needs as going were Mr. and Mrs L. N. re, etew. pJew. runlMfe* 9f*V -J

-Titanium\ stronger and lighter than steel. It resists high tern- Christians rejoice. We know if soon 1Vivian going without a boy Wagner daughter Aileen and son Iw Aerrew, *f *to. leef"'s'ais7rw -. INNERSPRING CONST. 19.50 to 22.50

Jlft'Aturea.a\ rustproof and does not corrode. It has been termed thersr.rest we believe on Him we shall some friend? Wilfred. Hugh Lucas. Mrs. Wm. ,

thing to an all-purpose metal than any other now In use. day live with Jesus In Paradise Manez going to Mississippi Wagner, Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and

M SB safe to bet that science will some day find a way of producing that He has prepared for all of Thursday? daughter Lillian. INNERSPRING MATTRESSESMADE
us. When we meditate' on those Mr. and Mrs. J. Price of Melrose -
will Into Its
then titanium
M commercially, and really come own. Martha going to Virginia this
thing., our petty cares of the were Easter guests in the '
summer? TO ORDER 25.00 to 39.50
day fade away as nothing. I am home of their son-in-law and
mJCTf STOP TO COUNT THE' COST Billy going' with Peggy Ann ?
going to church tonight at eight daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. Cox. h'f easy with 1 '
At time when talk almost of the
a many people glibly possibility ?Ytv
o'clock. We seldom have churchat Mr. and Mrs. E. Gllsson have
.. at third world. war Ita\ wise to attempt to assess the cost of the night, but this Is Good Fridayand Welfare Payments purchased the Willie Rabb home 7' ''

..... conflict Nothing resembling an extct: accounting can be made- we are having Communion. Increase In CountyThe I and are moving from their former I PAGE ALL KINDS OF

tbeve' are ..uu manyearly' t mpo nd era bl es .aft"..w .''ft'aftm".. ...u.'ea. whl'c h perm it o f Today I had a wonderful r>tc- -!>.n.--......- -At- .Millnrejtt.onn_. this...... week. I
an Informed guess. One of the most thoughtful efforts to arrive tore of- my grandson Freddie who- State Welfare Board Issued Mrs. B. Cunningham and sons the streamlined > FURNITUREUPHOLSTERING

att tile cost of World War II appears In Harpers Magazine for April.It Is In the first grade at school. Its 668 warrants totaling $27,477 to were Jacksonville callers Friday I Garden Tractor Y-T

t> written by C. Hartley Grattan who has long been a student of such a sweet picture and I Bradford Countalns during February night. ,., : !

Uk* economic Implications of war. know that all who hear this and according to an announcement .
have grandchildren will know how member Mowing/ or weed. It only one el
Mr. Grattan concludes that about 10,000,000 members of armed by S. E. Sparks grass i
and I many jobs you do quickly at low cost Expert WorkmanshipReasonable
proud happy am. My son District 5.Warrants.
1oases tout their lives. The last war was unique in that civilians suf- New RiverAND .with New "big tractor"
new Page.
has started It will 19650 a /
a new job and with a value of $ -
did in uniform. The casualties and Prices
toned a heavier mortality than men feature Hmdligbl t,nifmtmtlight
be closer to another school. Issued to the needy aged
free bombing; the planned extermination of :whole categories of were LONG BRIDGE tot night work. New quickchangehitch.
So many precious letters. God : a. compared with 110,012 in Jan Balanced for easy handling.
ctnfixns the terrible death rate slave laborers the losses in By Mm. F. A. Sapp
; among ; bless all who drive traniolusion. ,
you are so good to I uary. Aid to the blind warrants Direct worm.gear
...-, for 30,000,000 deatha. Thus, the total human cost of the war note from Olive Ray and sister aid to dependent children families Regular services at the New cheap belts ot chaint. Gean and Call Palatka 9166, or just drop us a card and

_I 40.000.000. Mrs. J. W. White and they say ; totaled 7012.50 during the same River Church last Sunday with wheel clutches. Individual in dust-fre.wheel caie.clutches Adjustable make we will call and give you an estimate. I

To total' the material cost brings the analyst to extremely!' difficult leave this column CLAY HILL. I period. \rv. Truby Parrlsh conducting turning easy. l'/i, 2, 3, and 4 H.P.

,ga.nad The most obvious and easily-unearthed cost Is the money We might compromise and add Assistance payments In the the services Sunday morning Backed by 20 yean' experience.

trr=--n;, spent for military purposes by victor and vanquished. This to the name as some have sent In State during February totaled Dinner was served on the grounds Geese ill lit the sew Page son HASTINGS MATTRESS &

isincorded 'national budgets It came to more than a trillion dollars names of that nature. We will $$3,433.003. tnames at noon and an egg hunt was
see what our Editor does. AtClay' enjoyed In the afternoon.Mr. FARM HOME &
1117000000000. Next we must arrive at the cost of the physical ,
Hill it has been A : for this column. Thanks
which done the of the conflict. raining. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and
drnage was during long course sweet letter from my dear pal dear, All my friends are such a children UPHOLSTRY WORKS
Jacksonville visited AUTO SUPPLY
P.terlea, power plant. transportation systems and whole Industrial
Daisy Lang have of joy.
says plenty Mr. and Mrs. Ira Merritt Satur.
,salon were razed on a wholesale scale. Both sides concentrated on IIELPFl'L HINTS When you :
new potatoes and turnip greens day night and Sunday.Mr. Starkr, Fla 710.712 Lemon St. Palatka Fla.
Marking dwelling areas-people who have no place to live especially and soon have squash. She tells open your cook book set a glass and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp

in svrero weather. are of small value as workers Mr. Grattan arrives me how the church has built up pie plate over! the recipe and It and daughter Kay of Gainesville -------'-_._- -, .. -- -.- -.-...

at Ow figure of $2,231,000,000,000) (over 2 trillion) to cover the cost of at Long Branch. Lots of new will hold your book open. Try and Miss Cosette Sapp of Jacksonville ..

d2ert destruction. members and church painted and using crushed potato chips In were guests of Mr. and

But this Is not all. There Is another economic cost which Is the i clean new song books. Sunday I meat loaf in place of crackers. Iam Mrs. E.: A. Sapp Saturday.

nowt difficult yet to estimate. That cost Is found in the depletion of i understand Is all day meeting.All going to color Easter eggs Fonie Crews was a business
and write the name of each of uson NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU TRYSUDPISXORES
are well and working hard at
aalural resources, the disorganization of economic systems the value cake visitor In Lake City Monday
the put a paper
Rev. Jim Strickland home. Nice egg
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wester of
of tabor and material seized and carted off by Invaders and so on. each .
letter from wife Bessie! and cup and set at place.I Jacksonville
visited Mr. Wester'sIIlater.
:Mr. Grattan places this cost at (630,000,000,000. Adding all the costs to have company
am going
daughter Lorene. Albert Osteen Mrs. Thelma Merritt last
upi -we have a final. Incredible figure of four trillion dollars-$4,000.- hurt his foot the other day whena Easter for dinner. I have my Saturday.
flOO.OOO.OOO! And this he leaves out the moral cost of and work lined
as says war, tree he was falling hit him. louse clean my Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews attended .
wbMJh la statistics. It Is fun to cook and keep
beyond Mrs. George/ Sculley Is In a hospital up. church services In Lake
World War II was seven times as destructive as World War I. If In Jacksonville Ilia Mae louse. This week it snowed and Butler Sunday night.

World War III should come with the atom bomb there Is every reason Johns writes they are fine. I understand has melted now and gone. I was Mrs. Nan Merritt and son,

to believe that the costs would be beyond calculation and civilization Dick Padgett and wife to get the garden plowed but its Ralph and Mr. and Mrs. Harold

-oJIrd out. have a new baby boy. Ida Prescott too wet'now. My bird sings so Shiver visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P.

.I1..rea\ why the best minds in the world are now devoted to thetack had a birthday party for her sweetly Digger la fine and life Hammock In Jacksonville Satur

L of maintaining the peace. husband. Dorothy Manningwrites Is good. day night and Sunday.M. .

-- all are well. Hazel Griffis Is look- Ah, Let me breathe deep this If. Johns and sister Louise,
.6 .11. Ing for brother Earl Mosley home stimulating air, and Jonnle Francis and Bobble

soon. Sunday she and Carson Alive with bewitching quality\ Crews enjoyed the egg hunt at YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

Attention Cattle & Hog ProducersSTOCK were over to see Elgin Lang. Mr. rare Johnston church Sunday after
and Mrs. John Cring of Miamiare and
Acrid with catkins on poplar
to visit her parents Mr. and willow noon.Next Sunday there will be services THESE; & MANY MORE GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERS

SALE HELD TUESDAY OF EACH WEEK Mrs. Harrison Moaley at Easter. Hall sweet April In resurrection at Long Bridge Church with
Mrs. Bishop Thomas of Brookerwas glow. Bro. Fred Dodd bringing the messages -
With Highest Cash Prices Being Obtained at a birthday dinner Sunday.She morning and night. Every.

/. a .jiBa B .a .jI.jB a.a aa saw Mrs Tyre. Such dear Let us sing this Easter time one has a special invitation to V/S SEXTANT TUNA FISH 25c

.. ',Turn right at Boll Park on \VaJtlu Ualnratllle Road onto friends who I enjoy. She sent mea and be glad. I greet each of you come. - -

w sweet verse. Mrs. Walter LangIs with a Happy Easter to you, and
: North. AUbanua no.... sad drive S miles IN rmrrrr: : rornr. BH.\nFoitnCOI
. happy these days at Lutz Fla. God bless you all. 'MTV FLORIDA: ('HAY.t'CHY. : .
to Stork Yard. Mrs. Cox of Miami sent a lot of LOVE-LURA .
nneph Slnfk I.... Plaintiff, vn. Trma G L 0 C 0 AT TWIN DEAL 2 PI. Cans 75c

FARMERS PRODUCE MARKET Inc. $InfklnK.ORDER Hrrendant e'tR "' tease'.CATf No...Y Till. ,
Gainesville Fla. SlnfklffM, who. residence and ad-

.1) L. TY.' Cobb Auetoer.W.. Fred :Moore Mgr. dr.lyn.*.New In: (jni York Snyder: Avenue' Brook. Carolina Club Sweet Mixed PICKLES 16 15c

: : !I IA'LACHUA It Tni 'n1 //i I I Il I :May You 9th.are 1949.required In the to abov appear named on oz. jar

.. nenka Court and dlvorre.cause. Bradford wherein plaintiff County!

Tels raph shall publish this Orderin
t l next four weekly ,..u..*.
[ COUNTY Witness my hand and official peal Sun Drenched PEACHES No. 2''/ 23c
at "Stark' Florida this April eta can -
1t9. ,
Of (OFFICIAL SEAL: A. J. Thomas. ___ __ _
FT Haven Cannby. D. C.

"Newsome Built" T.Atty.Frank for Landrum.IMf. Stark 44t, Florida 4-21, OCTAGON Laundry Soap, 2 large Bars .- 15c

Septic Tanks and Drainage t -

___ sot down malt

SystemsINSTALLED II much Red Handle Broom 89c

ALL /CAN T"NINKor I l//lI'illnclI

/6 THATJar BEERS. -whether you lose your
Bow Black
Red Eye PEAS
Prl,r. for pre| seat, concrete M>|>lie .swA AGir' ?lat8esr/ car by Rre, theft or collieshooComprehensive - -

Lanka with rrrumic the fleMn, '
delivered and Installed" wlthl 73

...11... of GaliiPtivUle Collision Insurance will Great Northern BEANS-------- -

The price of beer can be loaded with \I\nk\ J1iI protect you.Charley. '
5 tO gal. tank. 75 ft. field ____ $125.00 freight or it can be loaded with flavor. L6 Or

610 gal. tank 100 ft. field __.-____:. $140.00 If you'd rather buy flavor instead of 1: Red Bow PINTO BEANS-

'710 gal. tank. 125 ft. field __.______ 165.00 freight buy JAX Deer JAX is especially E. Johns

Grease trap with 50 ft. field ______ $ 70.00 tailored to the tastes of the South. I' g" Agency

extra drain field ________ $.60 per lineal ft. east.for freight And because you get you FIVE don't bottles pey of extra JAX .$" Phe* 19 8TABKB FLA. Armour's MILK, TaD Can - - -

for the price of FOUR bottles of "Long- .

CURTIS E. NEWSOMEPhone Distance" shipped beer. Setzer's BREAD, 16 Ounce Loafr..z - -

2146 Gainesville
tax netful. 00. .. ,. JACKSONVILLE, riono. "Rv* etlni TM.TNAVCUft. Haxfon)
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.. . Mr and Mrs. Lem<< Brown, Mr. Sunday School Beginner and Prln- ot the Hampton Training Union Florida student, spent the Easter ing this week with Relatives tea.
Harrl, Mrs. E8sie CraBby and mary classes respectively at the enjoyed a novel outing last Fri- holidays at his home here.M. Clearwater e I
SunnybrookBy Beverly Jo Crosby visited Howard home ot the former on Friday day evening when they had a hay C, Ilesa left Monday of IIIst 1\Irs. J. T. Guy enjoyed t.he i''
Brown in Orlando Sunday They afternoon. Mr. T. E. Simmons ,
ride to Hampton Lake and a week for
Topeka Kansas, where I Faster holidays with Mr and Mra. ;
Wanda Crosby were glad to see that he i. getting assisting ,with the egg hunt for wiener roast on the braeh. Singing he will visit relatives Wallace 111, Joplin and family 01 ,
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along nicely the little on..s. Prizes were awarded end' harmonica playing :were Lake City.
Mrs Lee
Mias Kathryn Kelly visited her to George Young and Irwin enjoyed around the camp fire. White and children
Linda U. V Saxon and E. C. M Mre L. A. Crosby entertained grandmother, Mre A. L. Driggers, W\11lamson.\ Mr and M5s. Robert C. Barks- DAnny and Freddy recently -
her Sunday School Class with an in Lake Butler Sunday Mrs. C. L. 1\Ioy's Junior class dale of Starke, were the chaper- left for her home In To. Pompano have been guests orB
Easter Egg Hunt last Saturday Mr and Mre Marcus Cannel'and ot boys and girls Friday had one coma, \\'aah. After a six months Y. Saxon
afternoon The children enjoyed daughter Janice, and Netts their egg hunt on the Christian The Baptist W. M. U. held Its, Iollit! with relatives here.Claude 1Ifr. amt Mrs. A. H. Kelsey new
games and afterward hunted eggs Bee Dann attended church cervices Church grounds and were then April! meeting in the home of r.. May returned on expected home this week I'n>n
fOR A crowd of Bradford County at Boatdraln Friday night.Hampton invited to Mrs. May's home for \Mrs. Frank \\'Ullam" last week Saturday from a brief visit to Indiana where they were ca\1e4.\
ON'1 WAlt singers attended the sing at Gra- delicious refreshments, and Easter Mrs Mamie Mead led the Devo- St. Petersburg Va.1Irr due to the serious Illness of Mr.
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TRAir'ORES ham lust Sunday.R. favors. Awards were given to tlonal the topic being "Why do M. B. Layfield Is apenl lel""y'" aged father.Starling's .
tROUBlE M. Crosby Mrs. Me1va Crow BarbarA Jean Matehett Walter you worry?" Mrs. Williams also
\ by and Mre George Cone were Young, Joyce! Beal and J. It.Batten. entertained her Sunday School
NOWO.r Joan Sweenry and Sylvia Primary class on Friday after.
\ visiting Mr and Mrs. Loran Con- ... M. c. SweeneySrrlra
dlo ner in Sylveeter Ga. 14st weekI ByI.. . May served and entertained the noon
big' trad : t.. end. I' Juniors. The Rev Morris Braekm. of Grocery
P y f Ytein MI'. and Mrs. William Crosby I ", flf Easter Parties The boys and girls of 'Mrs. J. Lake Butler, brought a timely
+ + tor the ,fed and children visited her sister, A number of Sunday School \V. Horne and Mrs. \V. W. Hicks' Easter message to the Youth for
prise Mr8. Leland Bral1ler, In Lake and Training Union parties and Sunday School classes gath..rellon Christ service last Saturday even.Ing. STARKE, FLORIDA
pt11eG, S.I Butler Sunday egg hunts were enjoyed during the Baptist church ground. for Calvin Johns of Starkt'. will\ SPECIALS ..IUOA & SATURDAY, AJ>lUf. 22 & 23
land Mrs. Bule Griner and the past weekend, including the their annual egg seeking! Friday have charge ot the sprvlee. Saturday WI': RESERI-I: .: TilE nUIfT: TO LIMIT QUANTITY
Mr and Mrs. I\elemmy: of Tampa following: aCt..rnoon. After the hunt, prizes April 23. ,
were gtlesta of Mr. and Mre John Misses Martha Horne and Nor- were given to Norma Jean Jones
I and Langtord Hicks, and rdreRh. Cathy Darlene 1"II'rtThot
I entertained their
Kelly Sunday. ana Sweenf'Y
friends of Mr and
menu were served many Potatoes .1 7c
-I .g -- On Saturday Miss Har'ne'Ht.. Mrs. I.,H. Lambert, of Washington ;. lb. -
ir'1" I t"rRon entertained her Training D. C. rejoice with them In the
Union claMs at the home of her arrival of their daughter. Cathy
sister Mrs. Archie Elland I1Jld Darlene, on Saturday April 16.
Mrs. T. .T. Alderman had an F.ast'- The new baby 18 the grllnddllllgh- I'un I: Gallons; H-l\: lit.
rIX ] 1 fOr rAg hunt at her homo, for her ter ot Mr. and loin. H. D. \May
;r Training Union class ot boys LARD
Easter 1I0Ud"y 1'IsltorsrMr. 1.14BEANSlIe
1 Tracy Jones was the Cinder at and 1\Irs. Eugene S.mmo"s. \
7ffi 1c' the most eggs. and lion, Wayne. of Winston Sa. .
l Sunday Afternoon, the Intt'rm"-'
Ism, N. C.. were guests of Mr.
dlate d'parLmpnt (Of the Baptist
T. E. Simmons and n. O. Sim- "Sib.
Sunday School had a large-.gg
monA. LARD
hunt at Hampton Lake \Malcolm CAN 695
Mr" F. n. Gilmore, MI' andMrs
Motorists who
want extra Smith found the prize egg and Jackson! Gilmore, Vlck Gilmore COUNTRY
lafety extra wear appreciate $ won a fine award.
ot Wadellbol'o, N. C. and
the plul.walue 01 new Good. t The Young P..ople's depArtment Eugene Gilmore, ot Lee: guests otMr. I
years Stronger cord body, and Mrs. Lynn Hall and family All Brands -

more resistant to bruises and ,i In BREAD 14cOCTAON .'
GUARANTEEDRLAIR Mr8. T. \Vlllillms and dlluRh- 3 SNUFF 25c' <<:
blowouts wider, flatter 'I tern Elaine end Janet of Mf'm.phl8 .
beads that give longer wear, j responsibilityYour Tenn, Mrs GUlt/de Newburn, ?
quicker stops. W Mr and' Mra. Lee Fuller and fAmIly ; (; WASIII-lf: : COLORED IN (UAltTlmS
Cocoa and 1\I18s Florence AI-
favorite suit deserves better than old- mine Pearson! Oa were house
Buy tha Rary style dry cleanlnJr. Suits brought to us are guests at Mr and Mr8. F.llI'le VAn Powder 5cI! Margarine 32c

Pay Way /given a doubl -duty cleaning/ technique that Alstine. ,
Small clown Mr, and Mrs. G rclonI'llt and
safely brings out bright colors; then they are
and children Louise. and BillY,
payment I. Betty
pressed to accentuate trim. tailored IineM.
farms as low of Miami. guests ot Mr. 1Veest'e
a. _................ a week Our exclusive dry cleaning process! costs you Mother, Mrs. Tholl. 10' Brown and SUGAR 1'acbrc29C}!
., less because clothe! stay cleaner longer.For tamlly.
satisfactory suitable results, entrust your I Mr. and )\r. Janice Dronm( '
New tlr.s de.erve new tub.s suits to us. I 3-DAY SERVICE and 80n" Orlando and( nay \or.) I'IH'k
LIf.Guards make blow- 't S II I fan! Jacksonville, visitors In the
outs harmle. NICE: LINE 01- D.V.. Johnson hnm. lleautiful, "Fresh ib. (;O()U No. 2 Canty
PHONE 135ItOQT. WATCHES & BANDS Mr. and' Mrs C. N. SUl'h and

1H1..L.l ) 315 SANDERSWATCH- daughters Lynn,of Wllh..lmlna Live Oak, visited and Marcia Mr- Tomatoes 12/ c! Peas 2 cans 29c
GREEN Stlch's ,
fletU 71 Temple sister, Mrs Verna D. Young ,
-. .!
Owner :Ar' ";: Ave. Mrs. S. C Bailey and(
:; family
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.D
State Road .00 ,r .. Salt ('..UtEn.(11FT: SHOP' I V Underwood and daughters PICNICS : 39c
South City Lhnits. !'\Iark.. STARKE FLA. Marlene. Mary F1izabeth and( .
('all Street .t Railroad(
*. I Berber D. Goo<1l11an, Owner I Marls, Robert Miller, Gainesville,
rr\ItK":. 'I.A.
visiting! Mr and Mrs L. D. Ellanl''
__ i ",: "J---- ;...:-711 Emory L. Brown, University of I

; IStorewide SALE ld,

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:i 9-pc. DINING ROO-l\I SUITE MOERY' Blonde Bed Room Suite kI5. .gj LAMPS

,. Was 351.95 Now 262.95 Was 390.00 Now 299.50 I 1 19.! .

r,:,;, I ?' 39.3J Down 2.55 $Weekly 11.92 Jlowil 1.00 Weekly )t)' re


t 2 If
What You Save On Ice Will Pay PRICE OF
SOFA BEDS from 49.95
P l a t for m TO up .
ArarlobIn dek.

*0 raG I B SON ROCKERS 9.95 29. 95 All 0" R.A.S.Y TERMS s a amkrbIe: a.aI w ;,..o"s9 PAUl-_' 'r

Ii Shod.
REFRIGERATOR H.iyb e1 :Soup :19"

AS LOW A 8 Living Room Tn Boss "BLUE HOT" RANGE .r:=;?"' ::C .ovhruls47fACMdp.. :: I
3449 down
1 69.95 a'qulpp.d wUh ltaderwnt.,.' ..,.-
247 2 each week SUITES 69.95 .- 103 1 e 5 ow a a Now 1 149.95 p-ol 7' dar. /UII

22.19 Jown 2.()() Weekly ...
Were 93.50 to 119.9:; l r+tC*' y, m.J ,' AlSO AYARA/lf r"TH

'1 A I

Gibson Ranges INNERSPRING MATTRESSES Wood Ran g a $25! N ow 8 6. 9 5 @: sia5a,,$5:,! "

12.95 Down 1.75 Weekly '

.. SOME 000; USED WOOD RANGES AT lUG P f. ATE C; i. A S S 1J.; J. E C T n I G

-- Some Slightly Used 10.95 up ItEDUCTION-_ MIRRORS 2.98 0VENETTE

WAS now .-
Wood & Metal t I Beds $5 up U I" TO 15,95! 69.95; 49.95 -

LIVING ROOM. Kitchen Cabinet _

3.50 t0 19.50 RI-mIAH: : WAS ;53.00 M a h. Credenza

91ZE I CRIBS.I from f 5.95 NOW 39.95 W",8 xuw ''r.

.. .J l DOWN $l WEEK 79.9.5 52.95


...,,, .E: J. 1C: T It f C porch ROCKERS
j I 6. 50 to 27.95 AT A GREAT SitVINGI Broiler--13.95 i I
. 2.19 cash

IlIluImImImui/! CHI F FER 0 B E S DRESSERS, 3 Drawer Woo I F ace RUG Window Shades See Our' RADIOS


1 199.95 42.50 t to 69,95 27.50 W Y. K .: How 19 9 5 From 9.95 up 29c each REDUCED nations PRICES at !

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FRIDAY. APRIL 22. 1919(
*'AGIE ro1B
extended to us during the
I- to us during the bereavement of CARL OF THANKSWe bereavement of our wife and
UDC Plans ProgramFor Dinner Honoring mother -
our mother, Mrs. Fannie M. Green. wish to thank our many Rhoden.
Mrs. Ruby
t ..... e) Memorial Day Engaged Couple I Local NewsVisiting We also wish to thank Dr. Adams friends and relatives for offerings their Freeman, Rhoden and childrenALVARErSlQRE I
--" \... and nurses' and Rev. Hill. kindnesses and floral
:\ Members of the W. T. Week's Miss Lucile Johnson of Keystone I -The Green family -----..--- -- -
chapter UDC will give a Southern Heights and Henry Godwin of Mr. and] Mrs. E. F. Cain ,
\ ., r ) Memorial Day program In the Starke, whose marriage will bean In Jacksonville last Sunday were CARD OF THANKS Men's Clothing I 11111 I I
School auditorium, Tuesday, April event of June 11, were complimented Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and I wish to thank my friends for III 1/111/ I Establishd I 189t
....... 26, at 12:30 o'clock. at a delightful dinner par- Mr. Carl II. Jackson. the many words of kindness .
Office Gladys Mooty The address will be deliveredby ty recently given by Mian Madge Mrs. Stephen Simmons accompanied flowers and other expressions of
Phone 29 Editor Phone 33 I Prof. C. S. Partin and music Middleton at her home on Walnut by her father, L. B. Cham- sympathy during my recent be-
will be furnished by the BHS Street. bers, left Tuesday for a two rea vement.-(Signed) Ethel J.
-- ---- -- ------
IL Glee Club, under the direction of Arrangements of Spring flowers weeks visit with Mrs. Simmon's Williams and Brown family 1 s ,

Adult Class Losers Young Folk Enjoy Mrs L. A. Canova. At 2 o'clock I In decorated the rooms of the horn mother-in-law, Mrs. Paul Wllhelm
the afternoon the members of the and the dining table was covered in Miami. CARD OF THANKS
To Entertain WinnerClimaxing !I Gala Easter Parties Chapter and any friends: wishing with an embroidered ecru cloth Mr. and Mrs. Noble O. Maxwell We wish to express our deepest

of Hcilbronr to join them will go to Crosby and centered with a low silver bowlof are holding Open House for their appreciation to our many friends:
J. C.
an attendance con Mrs. Sapp Lake Cemetery to decorate ther calendulas. Lighted green tapers \many friends of Starke at their for the words of kindness, the HoTe.4mnvd and Qarof.d' 6r
at Eastf'1party
of the Adult Class of th I Springs entertained an
test graves of the soldiers of all war In silver holders flanked either new residence which was the beautiful flowers, and other expressions
V. S.. afternoon for l
Mrs. Sunday
Presbyterian with flowers and flags. side of the centerpiece.Miss former Jesse Newsome home, of sympathy shown to- J. F. JAUDON
St. John's group, the loser., will children, Bobby and Wayne.
Palatka from ward us during the long Illness
Any donations of flowers for on highway across
be hosts to Mrs. Estelle Black' An Easter egg bunt and other the will be appreciated and Mlddleton presented the pdom'a market. The Maxwells and death of our beloved husband 115 West Call St. Starke: Fla.
graves guest. of honor with a set of I
at a picnic at In the yard
winning group were enjoyed
games be sent to Miss Mid formerly resided In Nollman's and father, Vanny Jack.
Head Branch, April 28, at S i and were given to the win Coronet lap trays all a mementoof
prizes I dleton at the school house or left the occasion. Court. Allen. -Mrs. Ruby Allen and 1 Complete line Auto! Accessories Tires .
o'clock in the afternoon.
ners. Spring flowers were placedat Mr. and Mrs. Jose of children, Betty Jane and Grade.
at Darby's store.Birthday Amezaga Outboard Motors Fishing
Ladlea Auxiliary of the Presbyter vantage points throughout the Enjoying this affair with the lotteries .
Havana, Cuba were visiting the -
ian Church will hold its monthly Sapp home for the occasion.Mrs. hostess were Intimate friends of A. B. Williams the Manassa families STAR BRAND dress and Tackle Radios Bicycles: And Hun-
at the home of Mrs. C. assisted Mrs Party the guests of honor dreds of other items .
meeting Gilbert Brown ..... ..... and other friends here Tups- work shoes for men & boysat
M. Turney at the State Farm, Sapp In entertaining the little I for HankJraham day. The Amefcagas were enroute STUMP'S>> DEPT. STORE. ,
Tuesday, April 28. guests. WMU Rally April 29A from their home In Havana to
Topic will be "Christian Expansion Hank Graham's seventh birth- New York where they will sail
in Rural Areas". A quiz will Clair Jean Mundy was hostess day anniversary was celebrated in Rally of the New River Bap- for a four months sojourn In Lon-
be led by Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell, and to a few of her fourth grade true Western fashion as all his tist Association WMU will be held don, Paris Belgium and Spain. I ,
Mrs. K. a. Duncan in charge of classmates at an Easter party little guests came dressed In cow- at the North Pleasant Grove Mrs. George Anderson and :Mrs.
devotions. Thursday afternoon of last week. boy costumes. The unique party Church on Friday, April, 29. beginning W. J. Epperson, Sr spent last
The Easter motif was carried took place at the W. H. Graham at 10 a.m. Mrs R N. Friday In Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. McRaeTo out in the flower arrangementsand home on Clark Street last Friday Lasslter, State WMU president,
decorations in the yard. The afternoon will be guest speaker and all CARD OF THANKSWe
1 Large
Hold Open House refreshment table In the yard held A real pony .was rented for the members are asked to attend. wish to express our thanks ,
an arrangement of spring flowers occasion and the youngsters spent for the many kindnesses.extendec I .
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae will ,
-r and cakes and refreshments were the afternoon enjoying pony rides i us and for the beautiful floral yJ
be at home to their friends on SmithPearceLeonard .
shaped like bunnies' and eggs. and playing cowboy games. The
offerings In the loss of our loved
Saturday, April 23, at which time
2 ft. 25c
Assisting Clair Jean's mother, refreshment table set up In the one, Richard H. Woodward.The ,
they will celebrate their golden F.
Smith. Sr. of Starke
yard was centered with birth-
Jr. In a
Mrs. W B. Mundy servingher Woodward familyNOTICF.
and Mrs.
wedding anniversary.
Juanita Pearce of
little Clalr Jean's day cake that was topped with a
guests were
Mr. and Mrs. McRae will receive Mrs. Loona miniature pony Inside of a corral yard N. C. were united In marriage -
grandmother Sapp Fresh Green
2 lb.
their guests' from 3 until on last Saturday April 16, 25c
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy and Mrs. made with birthday candles. ,
6 o'clock at the home of their Iin Folkston, Gil. I have resigned as manager of ,
eon-In-law and daughter, Mr. and Gladys Canova. Mrs. J. It. Gill Hank's grand- the Jitney Jungle grocery in orderto'
Mrs P. L. mother, and Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght accept employment with the
All friends of the couple are Neil Phillips was host to IS of assisted Mrs. Graham In servingher Special WOW MeetingA State Department of Agriculture, Potatoes, New Red Bliss- 4 ft.? 25c

invited to attend.MARCIA his little frlenda Saturday after- 21 little guests effective Monday, April 25. W.
noon at his home on W Madison special meeting of the W. 0 W. Stephens. NEW. WHITEPOTATOES
Street, at an Easter Egg hunt. Baptist WMS MeetsAt W. will be held Friday night,
JUNIOR Games were played in the yard April 29, at 8 o'clock in the hall. CARD OF THANKS IQlb. 43c
Church -
and prizes lore awarded to the Tuesday Secretary Arthur Masters states We wish to express our gratitudeto ,

BY LADY FAIR winners. Following the egg hunt The regular business and pro- that important business will be our many friends and relativesfor Flavor-Tested

BEAUTY SHOP the children were served refreshments i gram meeting of the Baptist W transacted and urges all membersto their floral offerings and ex Budget
from a table alao set up : M. S. was held at the Church attend. pressions of sympathy extended ONIONS, New, Tex. 3 lb. 19c
In the yard. 'Red and yellow roses Tuesday afternoon with 43 mem- Priced !
In a low bowl centered the refreshment bers present

table. Mrs. M. F Hazen, chairman of OfR OWN CARROTS, Fresh Bunches, 2 for 13c
Helping Neil entertain his little Circle Three was In charge of Tea % J1). pkg. 47c; lb. 91c
guests were his mother, Mrs. the afternoon's program with
I Ernest Phillips, Mrs. Raymond Mrs. H. A. Lawson, and Mrs. H. ()I'R OWN CELERY, Goldenheart 48',2 for 13c

Williamson and Mrs. E. F Phil- C. Boyer taking part. Mrs. J. M. Tea Bags, box of 48 39c
lips. Brownlee offered a special prayerfor REFINEMENT Lettuce Ariz.
the rural churches.The NECTAR Iceberg; 60's, 2 for_ 29c

business session was presided In every necessary detail in a service
PHOTO over by the president, Mrs. S. available locally]] and widely known

i-it SERVICE: E. Sparks. A resolution of Respect for its moderate cost, its wholesome NECTAR Firm, Red, Ripe ft. 19c

was read In memory of Ethel
Onl'UOTOJtwf'loplng Tea Bags box of 50 43c
Griffin Biggs, by Mrs. H. A Law- courtesy, and always tactful sym ,

) 1: son. Reports were given by the pathy .
<<..... ... And various chairmen. Mrs. H. A. Lay's Vanilla Wafers, 12 oz. 23c _,__ _
"h MID. i1 I FlnishingReasonable Lawson announced the Coronation
.. Ile In for the month of May. Two letters DeWITT C. JONESPhone Dally Dole Food. 3 cans for 25c ,
'Ttwrt''t something( bout ,> this talus were' read from families over
: hit l reminds me of' that drip Marvin." rates on Photo seas who had received boxes from lona Tomatoes No. 2 cans, 2 -27c
.. graphing wedding, parties, and this WMU.. Mrs. E. D. Tenly told 7 Starke, Fla.. _ r-

other special event. We co of some Community Mission work Funeral Director Am'bulance ServiceOur ANN PAGE ,, G+' ,,
LADY FAIR FEAUTY SHOP ..anywhere I and asked all members presentto A & I'* COFFEE 1 w
:DMf. .f. re BEAUTY SERVICE attend the meeting at North local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences, and TOMATOSOUP
I. "( > DPtRATOHSAl.i HOLLYWOOD CAMERA Pleasant Grove Church, April 29. services not otherwise available. "

... Ar RAILROAD AND GIFT SHOP>> Offering for the afternoon was Roaster Fresh
$11.03. Mrs F. B. Beard led the 3 for 27c
closing prayer.WQtnan's. We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and

accept ANY life insurance policy in force, l Issued by ANY ; FLAVOR

Club Hears company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. t Y Ann Page KETCHUP oz. 18c
Phone 52-,1 Consultation carries no obligation. plus 1
I Ii BHS Glee ClubThe
1 Mre. Hartmann VALUE !
w..ouow vs..oss StarkeVoman's Club held r. Page Pork & Beans, 16 oz. lOc

Its regular monthly meeting Wed- l'llLDnLtow: ;
nesday afternoon of last week STARKE BEDDING CO. Ann Page Pork & Beans, 23 oz. 15c

with the president, Mrs. Junlus 8 0 Clock lb. 40c '
Smith, presiding. ,
Let's TradeRANGES Club work of the year was reviewed MATTRESSES.:' Ann Page Salad Dressing, Qt.RICH 49c
and reports from Chair- & FULL BODIED
men of departments and commit- OF ALL KINDS -

tees were given. Plans were discussed Red Circle lb. 44c .
for reroofing the club : Your Cotton Mattress u 'SUPERRIGHT'lMEAT
building. Mrs. L. A. Canova pre-
sented the BHS Glee Club in a Made Into VIGOROUS & WINEY _
series of numbers during the pro-

The May Breakfast, the last
Club meeting before the summer .

recess, will be held May 11 with I \ DEXO Short'n'g. 3 Ib. 77c SHRIMP;lg.:,; headless lb. 65c
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid as chairman. & SLiP COVERS 1t11' -

TRADE with SLADE & SAVE Mrs.Hostesses G. J. for McGrlff the afternoon, Mrs. Gladys were OP Wide l M .l/ < lona FLOUR, 10 Ib. 63c FLORIDA imKSSKI: &: DRAWN '

Mrs.Harrington Lewis Mrs.Hales Edward Mrs Burns L. H., I Ion FLOUR 25 lb. 1.49 FRYERS (2 2'ft.%' average) ft. 59c

Hill, Mrs. J. R. Hill, Mrs. George Cash Credit I '
If you have an old Range, Refrigerator Roberts Mrs. Bertha Pearce Mrs. or I T.L1.Ss SI'JiNYFIELD

R. P. Stubblns Mrs. R. J. Davis, White House Milk 3-35c
BACON Sliced
or Hot Water Heater you would Mrs.Walker.Ann R. Guy and Mrs. Hans Call 51\V Or Drop Us A Card And Our : IONA GOLDEN CKKAM Rindless, ft. 69c

like to trade, see us and get the most Gotham Gold Stripe Nylon Truck Will Call : CORN, No. 2 cans, 2-25c GOLD COINBACON Sliced
RJndless ft. 49c
hose at STUMP'S STORE. ,
.. ---e.----- -....- ... .... ... ---;. : IONA SWKET:

for your old one ---- PEAS, No. 2 cans, 2-23c WESTERN LOIN, END TT

i ,


If you would like to purchase any of PORK CHOPS Center Cut, lb. 75c

Sun., MOIL, Apr. 24, 23
these items out-right --- dollar OVEN
'Super Right' Heavy Western

: will S-T-R-E-T-C-H farther Danny Ka>e, "lrJlnlalayo: FRESH Rib or Brisket Stew, ft. 29c
'" Ainu "Solid 1 Mrnderx," Ted
I. Slade's. \VeoniM Ort'h., .'1..: Latest New 1 Iced Angel Food Cake 49c STEAK, ft. 83c
,- lb. 55c

n Tin**., \V-..., Thurtt., Apr. 26-28 STEP-SAVING SERVICENo I Caramel Iced nuns 9's 20c Fresh Ground Beef ft. 43cQuick
For Your Complete GAS Requirements I
Marvel Iced Devil Food Cake 35c
Babe Ruth Story need to scour the countryside for your Froz. Red Perch Fillets H:... 33c
Remember Starring<; William IVndlxnun Building. Supplies! We have just about Marvel Bread l'/i Ib. Loaf 18c JU.
talrxt' World NrwnFrl. EVERYTHING: for the Home from Ruild.
I era Hardware to the finest, up-to-the-minute NVTUBV
IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH SLADESlade Electrical Appliances. Save steps save !las
.. l sat., Apr 29 SO
save time with our friendly One-Stop
IMl"ULE .)0=.\Tt'RE Service! OLEOMARGARINEPound

City Of Lost Men __

:i Gas Co. Gabby Ililyr ANDArizona, Kane Richmond' 20c

:1 RangerTim Scratch Feed: 25 lb. 99c; 100 ft. 3.89 300 East Call Street

4 Jack lIolt.C.rt..nl .
:j Holt"Rerkh: Driver." &: BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Laying Mash: 25 lb. 1.13; 100 ft. 4.43 Starke, Fla.
} R. R. Crossing On Call St.
; Two Doors .Phone 121 Chap. 2 "G Dragon"-Men vn. Black -I- S.A.L DEPOT ((']'(#I & 45W... Dairy Feed, 20 percent, 100 lb. 3.89 Plenty Parking Space

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Mr. and Mrs. Jackson and eenl nt ittnrke Florida' thl* April In next four weekly Untie. Hprlnx". Floildii. Trnhy A- Co'.. Slllr>lv of NFI.t rertlflrHti'H,
or will h. Hold to thhlirhent
of I!,, I-Iq. Wltneim my hand and ftll'I..IAlo'lurl I Atlyn. for I'lf. 4.23 4)) H-I NRV: Portion JiH II .
daughter Hildarene Baconton Township /
bidder at the court hou.
.. .
(OFFIt-IAf I PEAL) A. S. Thorn., neat HI starku.: Rant: Name 'In which'
Ga. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aa Clerk i.f sold. Court I*. 1H! let/r.t Altpllenflnn. foe '1'." heed. 1. Homer 'Vllllam.U of n.neoHed. door.on 'the Ar.t Monday In month
said of June, U'D.'! which IH the a day of
Tom Slade and Mrs. T. T. fly Haven fro.hy, I). (p. ( SKAT.) A..1. Thorn* (HoUB Rill No. IMS ,being In the. of .
property County June
Long T Frank Iwindrum Iflarke. Klorlila, An Clerk. of said Court No tiro. U hereby. given that .Jean llrndford: 1141. Dated thl. 22 day of
I. Htnla of Flnrlila LnleK
over the weekend.Mr. Altyn for J'lf. <-22 41 6-13 TW Haven Cro.hv. T>, c.Itav .". I). Klnrald, the holder' of the Much rcrliflrnCe. or nertlflrateM hall A.Alb J.Il4't.! Thomn., Clerk\ of Circuit
H.'ll..n: SoMon HtilMlnff. Pay following i-ertirirnte. hex It led ..nli h.. rednemed. in-rorillnir In law theproporly Court of I llrndford, County Florida.orriclnr .
and Mrs. E. U. Smith were
tntili Ueiu-h
fertlHralea for _
a lax .1.,110
In Ircul.' ( ..sr*. llrnilfunl. ('..an.r. Atlyn. for elf 4.22 41 6.13 ed thereon. The be IM.II dem-rlbed In such oertloratu ( Heal) 4-22 41 6-IJ
THE NEWS business visitors in Jacksonvillelast Flitrlilni. In t Nani err. of pertlllcnte iiuinherB n
Friday.Mr. Ail.itnnrle :Mcni-rmntt. rinlntlff. v.. In Circuit'oar... Hrnilfard fimntyKlurhlni .f the l iH.uam-e. the dracript/nn,./
propcrt tho
.. name In
Ht-rnurd Clinton Mi-n nnott. Iiefeitdnnt I
In t Niiiieery.John which
----------- and Mrs. Morris W. Jack- ,.. <'HMe No TS&f f WillMI| IMitlnllff., v.. !MnrKurd Iowa: Certificate It wan 'a.noioted Utt. fl4.are Year H. ful-IIf Yes The Tourists And Transients Like
fan!! and son, David of Birmingham Order >, I'unllrallon .et: Notice <.. NT. VV'Hlnh, Pefemlunt. CnxaNo leauanre. 1947. em-rlptlon, of
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley had Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf tn>e.r. "'1''TH OK ..OR..>' foi1tarniird : 729x.Order I'r.-
party I.ot Our
Ala. will artve today for a Clinton Mi I >l> I of Hlk n. Livingston t Food .
HS their Sunday guests Mrs. H. spent Easter In Jasper with Mrs.Holtzendorf's erniott whonereiildeni'0 i>f Pnfclli-atlon! A \otlee laAppenr.
and addre.it. .In: 94-31 81.t I .. OK Pl.nllllll toMuriraret
brief visit with Mrs. r'1'% /'Fl
A. Leigh and Mr. and Mrs. C. T. mother, Mrs. R Carl Jack- Street .i..ekunn heights.. New York M Wnlnh. wh..... reeldene. r ( nut wCt! still have time to rater
Tyson of Jacksonville\ and Mr. and Koolbeck.Mr. You are required to appear on In, : Cure Ml.a lvuicl ml' A.'PLI.\Xns: '
son.Mrs. Mnv 21. 1441 In the above named more, Ton ruin. Hotel. Oiikliiml,.'..I.: !)%' to the home folk We a .
Mrs. M. Cellon and daughter Alexandrle and Mrs. J. D. Doyle were R. P. Dampier and son, Court and< ratine, wherein, plaintiff, You are required. li appear.. on p-

of Fort "Pierce. visiting relatives in Green Cove Billy, were weekend guests of Mr. Telegraph*.ekn dlv orro shall. iiiihllnh t4adh, ,rd thl.Coiiniv Order, Court May' 211.poll.1941 run In., the wherein above' plnlmlfreek nnroeil r.mmerelal' ,,e llome.tlo prt'Clate ;jour biiMnms and always.

- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Starling and Springs Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griff la in Theresaa. In next four weekly lactic.. .. .. diver..., Wadford. C'nlll1lyT.I..r.ph to
'VIt...... my hiin.l and official shall publl.h Ihl. OrderIn try pirate( our friend At home.
son Leslie of Miami were weekend and Mrs. O. E. Crews of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal are ...,,1 .t stark. Kliu-Mit.' this April net, four weekly. InnVltne. **. SALKSSKUVICKKEYSTONE: : :
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Folkston Ga. were recent guestsof visiting Mrs. Deal's parents Mr. 19. ,qU.OFJo'ICI.H.. \ .. my hand and official
( SEAT.) A. J. Thoma., peal Ht "Mturke, Florida thin April,
and Mra.
Deaver.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick, Sr. Hugh Parker in Macon, A. t-lrk I nf said ('.."rl. ,,21). 1941. Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's

and Mrs. Robert Dyal of Mrs. Lettle Parker of Jacksonville Ga. this week. T.By Frank Haven T.nndruni fro.hv. I,>.Slnrke.r. Florldn. I (OFFICIAL. A. CIrmk A.of paid Court.""' ".. SERVICE Inc. !

St. Augustine and Mrs. R. R. spent the ,weekend with her :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freeman of Atty. for Plf. 4-12 4t 513H HV Haven CroNUv. D. CoN.ph .... LUNCH 50c
Dyal and son, Guy of Green Cove daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.J. r'ni'Tierce, Okla., former residents ./ K. Skipper, Fred R. Noble. H.rd ware ...m ker. -Fa Int.ItHY5T'oYp7 .

Springs were Sunday guests of C. Wynn. The Wynns also hadas of Starhe arrived here Monday .FI.rltal.. ('Ir-'It I .In('earl.Ihaneery Hr.dfurd.. ('hefty. Ally.321) Itrnltitm. for IMf.HlilK., Jay 4-23 1 Florldn.4t 5-U\ I'kim.II fo:Ifa'r It. ri.*. GUIDON GRILL

Mrs. their Mr. and for a ten day visit with Mr. and Cher INa aI
Mr. and R. E. Jones. guests Sunday. Meyer rlalntlff, i
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. Mrs. Alvin Wynn of Lake Butler. Mrs. J. C. Sapp and other friends .So'ViVll' a. "'..''rr' I'Hr.ndant. Cane va. In. fin-Hit. I .In. .Nanerry.....t. Bradford. Cauay.Florldnl ... V, ".IIII.n......., nr.re.eat.tlT. I GEO. KOPELOCSOS

and son left Wednesday for St. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green of here. Mrs. Freeman will be remembered 0...... ..if Puhlli-ntlon "'otl... to Virginia' H. rllarkwrnmt. Plaintiff, v.. r 6 r r s
,lohn milord Klnrkwofid nefendant.Cn
Petersburg to spend ten days with. Galneaville were Sunday guestsof as a former secretaryIn F'raicre hip. H r'I't'1'F. Slcter I ) ,OK shoe I'I.OIIID\... .e No 72S3

Mrs. Bishop's parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly.Mr. the County Judge's office. ami arldreHH. In: Linvton renlilvtu-e Mtrecl: Order nf Pohl.lrnllnn. .' A ,....ire totpp..r.
vrtlK: 4> KI.OHIIIl
Mrs. J. A. Wagg. and Mrs. H. L. Starling of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sadcrvwater JI"'k..k.You, are required New Jerney. to : >hn "IMIInrd l lnrkwood w h"... roc. DENMARK'S SALE ITEMS

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weeks and Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kin- spent Wednesday of last week May 21,, I'.M'l! in the shove nppenr named on Idence I. ,unknown., : .-

children of Tallahassee and Mr. ard of Gainesville Leon Dyren of with Mr. and Mm. Pat DeLaney Court IIn,1. I riiiiee, whprvln. tilnlntlffjeekM M,,You S3.arc IIH9.required In the to al>o\e appear, named. on
ilivi .. .. y
> I-rnfifnrd: founty __ __ ____ __ .__ __
and, l wherein pliilntlffMeek -
Jacksonville and Mrs. James Dea Court pan uu
and Mrs. O. K. Bennett and son, at Santa Fe Lake. Telearaph l shall 'imlilinh, IhlaO"I'r .
divorce ......"Iv A controlof 'famou
In See
next foureeklv' InHtie.MtneK. .. Our GLAMOUK RUG DISPLAYAVAILAliLK
ver of Lake Satur- -
Kern of Jacksonville were Sunday Klngsley were Cpl. D. L. Thomas who has \ 'mv hnn.l and, official, minor rhlldrvn. Bradford, CminlvTelcKrnph

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. day evening guests of Mr. and been home off furlough the past I seal III.n l. at' ,"Htarke, l-'lorlilH, this April In .net. four.hull weekly,ntihli.h I..".till.... Order ===== AT THIS STOKE

A. Weeks in Keystone Height. ]Mrs Riley Wasdln. three weeks will report to his (OFFICIAL "SRAM A. J. Theme.. ,, Wit lie.* mv hand and official 1 ,-
and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright training school at Baltimore Md. A. Clerk ..pf ..aid Court 15.enl!1919IOFFI'IA1 at !Slnike' Florlila.. (thin April, T10-I'IECF I : : r L :.+ a

Junius Smith. had as their out-of-town guests on April 27 for three monthstraining T.fly Flunk'Haven l.n ProHl.mlrum. v. I.I, ."Htnrke C. Fliirliliitly ( tol. ..\I.) A .7. TIlomnH, I_ --.-
Mr. and ]Mrs\ A. I. AH Cleric' 1 nf mild. Court, ,
Sunday Spencer ,\ for Room Suits
4-22 4t B-13 Living
Mrs. B. Katz and eon Harol before receiving his dis- rev haven ('"r.\lv. 1>. ('. { i. I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chambless Hcrwli-k' Amlfrrmi, (hems (Coveltl'Al''TIF't
Wayne and Mrs. Ruby Kehoe of charge. In 4'lr.>nl/ 4 .....t. l1.n..rd. fount?* ,
and Miss
Miami spent the Easter weekend Ruby Fugate of Jackson- Friends of Mrs. Adam Green F'Iatidnl. In' 1 hnnrrey.SVlllhtn Regular $1'19.50:!!> (> Value !
) I-. 10"1..1.| t, .'h.lnlltT. vI'uullno JL: 1'KOIKfrvoru : :
:with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Plckett. ville.Mr. will be to hear she Is .
happy get. Nary Chrlnt, l>t'ftHu1nnt.I'aHf
and Mrs. C, H. Quick Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Manassa of ting No. 72T,7.Onlvr Sale
along nicely at Shadycrest Price-$88.88
were Easter weekend guests of i.r l'iil,.1l Fernandlna were guests of Mr. their Hospital where she has been con- \pprnr* r'I't'IH 010' t'I.nll.U' l...
and Mrs. Robert Green over the daughter and family, Mr. fined for the past two weeks. Pit u line IMitry" I'hrtnt, whom* raIdrnea |- NMASTERA \.nrted| Tapestry| Ceo\'t'r" L
and Mrs. J. W. Jones In Waycross l and H,Mri-M.' In:107V.. llHhHlrefl ( !
weekend. Da. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. duPre and StoW York, Clly, Nv York -Spring| I l' onstrurtlon-. i .
Happy Home daughter Nancy, visited relativesin You are ri*t'I'| 'I red to. nl'llI"r| on ALIT MINUDiAWNINGS: :
cotton dresses Mrs. Donald ,
Boner of Richmond May 83. 1 IH' In She above mll",1l'ollrt
size 12 to 52. $2.98 atSTUMP'S .Va. spent the weekend with Mr. Bostwick Raster Sunday. and manna, herein pltilntllTHfekn I I : ) r

DEPT. STORE.I.'I..and Mrs. Herbert Ritch. J. C. Parker of Orlando spent (ItvortMt.shall imltltrili irrmironl' this Colin Order( I vTclrtcniph FRIF: MFlTIM.tTEM I : '" Compare With Any $I1J! .30:

the weekend with his brother-In-I In aryl four winklv IMHUAH.VIn A: INSTALLATION

I law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. .*-.>.1|.1Cln..k".*.iN my, head Florida, and, thin official April, Suit & See This: Il.irKittn \. -..... '
Tommy Meraereau. 21. 1919.UFFll'IAL. ;MrCfltl) n FIIKNITDKK: a

Come By And Ask For A Mrs. Tom Grady returned Tries- (( AH XKAf.:Clerk), A..1.<.f cold Thonutn<"V>nrt.Mv ., & NOVELTY SIIIIlux ) TIRI':1-PIE'h: : I ; \.

day from a three week's trip to Fliivvn ('rnaly> I I.. 1"T ai.'S: Stark,, Kl 11&.
Demo1lstrati9n Of Chicago, Ill., Rochester and Minneapolis Krunk, I,'''iidruni' ,, I Stnrlc... Florllill.AllY. .
0 0 0 .. fur I'lf -1-23 4t 6-13 25: Fool Ciardi'n
Minn. Mrs Grady spent BED ROOM SUITS Sale Price
the three weeks with Mr. Grady In C'lrrnlf (ronrt.. HrniU.r t'lorlilj, | In I hnnrrrjr.FrtinroM .
while In the North and also spenta 7lntnaura., ( Plaint, v. 'What
*. week li ter M.itHKotii. rf"lIdnnl.I i ('....* 'a-- "
No Static in the Mayo Clinic In GOES INTO APRESCRIPTION / '
:\ 72 5Onlrr <
Rochester.Mrs. I ill1 l'uh.I..n.. A Vol.lifl tnl "tw '
? *. No Fading T. Q. Carter of Providence \l. -.'''. <.'!.\'1'FIF "' .<).It IHtot ? I $79.50
1'eti'r Mutnvorii. \\ hon HldvnPH IH { :
J JdIl '*. No Stations visited her mother Mrs. Laura 10 Taft Av.... :NcwlHii-Kh, New Yoikt. L.-. .j' \
I. Powell the early part of last You era riiulr| **<1 In npponr' i>n --, Illiinilnl
holy 2::. I14'l.!' In the nltovw en med
Interfering Court and. .'n use, wherein pliiintIffI
Eustis McKnlght and I.H..k. ,Ivorct" ailed' t'r>n n t yTolcKfiiph
*. Better Tone hnll pithllMh thin. Onl.r l 1 A/ l Drop Front Vanity
daughter, Dolores spent last Sat. I It

urday in Jacksonville. $3Make
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Preston and Panel AliHlrrn HIM|

son, Jimmy, YourFour
Jack L. Trawick and
0 S Drawer C'lifol <> r .a "It tl> r n w

Chas. C. Shepherd o r Donna er Sunday.were in St. Augustine East. 4

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. 9

Court & Madison Sts. Starke Fla. Williams were Sr their over children the Easter Mrs.holidays E .. See the many Itarpains ice have for you. SHOP US (before you (buy!

K. Davis Jr. and daughter, Peggy
of Jacksonville, Yancy S. Williams '. : _.,. .'__ I.
Mr. and Mr.. T. S. Williams, Jr.

and three daughters, Ginger, Ann /

R.B.ALVAREZ&SON TRANSFER COD and Thomasina Jane of Miami ingredient your doctor Denmark Furniture Co.

STORAGE Mr. William's ulster Mrs. H. C. THE
Dozier of Ocala and Joe Allen of ., of court*I but lie.her. .
Andolusla, Ala. ( (.am the ." .ntifio fcmwl-

& We operate local Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Long of .dg. and skill! or .xp.ri.nc o(

A long ilMancc Jacksonville Bill Long of Gaines-
phirmceUt Th.t'.
our prt
ville and Mrs. F. H. Long of

_i anywhere In U.S. Starke were Easter Sunday din- PHARMACIST why you mty bring prescriptions

EXCELLENTSTORAGE ner guests of Dr. and Mrs. BryantS. to u. witt conCdwic SHOP & SAVE AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE

Carroll at their summer homeon
'& Klngsley Lake. Phone 64 STARKE KOCH

Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Davis On-the-Mtnit Service

FACILITIES celebrated Mr. Davis' birthday an. DRUG STORE

nlveraary Thursday evening of DAY & NIGHT
Agents For Slarke Fla.
j last week at the Worth Club n __ __ _
DelcherBros. See us first! Jacksonville On Saturday Mr
and Mrs. Wallace Faulk entertained

at a spaghetti dinner party

honoring Mrs. Davis birthday an- YOUR OPPORTUNITY

Marion niversary.Faulk Guests Harold Included Whitehead Mrs., To lie Your Own Boss Free Delivery Phone 2 31I

and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Walker TO OWN A PROFITABLE BUSINESS

Every INSURANCEH. Branch of Presbytery day Attending were Rev.at St.the and Augustine North Mrs. Warren Florida Thurs NJTACr FRANCHISE THtRE'S OPEN A SOUTMEBN NOW IN AUTO YOUR ASSOCIATE COMMUNITY STORK IN I OUR MAR K E T Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

Kaufman Mrs. W. J. Chandler GOODS. RADIOS ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES ....._________-. _" ,.." r r ,
i i i Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. T. W At- HOME APPLIANCES
taway. !Miss\ Evelyn Stump Mrs. SMOKED FltKSII )FLORIDA

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE Guy Mrs.and Andrews W Miss H. Luclle Mrs.Nollman Robert Mitchell.and Paterson Mrs.* WRITE FOR FULL DETAILS Picnic Hams, lb. 37c Lettuce, 2 for 25c .

PHONE 146 W. F. Swlnyer .were In Jacksonville -

a few days this week visiting -

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Mr. and Mrs. Neil Hutrhlnson. HLACK VAI.KNTINK:

I Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Pork Liver lb. 28c
I'I spent a few days In Tallahassee SOUTHERN OWNED FOR SOUTHERNERS String Beans 2 lb.19c
--------------------- ----- this week on business. PHONE 3-2100 322 W. BROUGHTON STSAVANNAH.

New shipment dri's>oI"i '". sizes9ii,15&12to20.93at! <3A.

I, STUMP'S> :1 : Department ; Store.In !>; Bacon Squares! lb. 25c Calif. Lemons, doz. -19c

MAUKKT: : Auction naU each W..d.owntrt fir.. automobile, liability and rlmH ( ....... RnnKord r..un.y,
operated by J. L. II f.. Sea m. for your In.urant KlorMaj In I a a..ry.
Jr., Ph. SLUM Uv Oak. : ;ladOt.'i need. N. D. Wainwright Jr.. It*, H W. I HarrnrlmiKh. Plaintiff, va.liaehel STOP ROOF LEAKS WIIITK it*. <;<>UiKICK) : : 3: tb.
W. Cal: St.. Phono 1S4. if {' l "'. Flnrracloiiffh Defendant.'
: ('n.." No. 7210.I
F automatadr ftL! woodlheater, I Jo'JIoIA( LJo;: L".*?d radio, phuno- Order of ..."II........ NiOIre totpprar.
lam. coal-burnlnn clrculatlnihoatT. KraphM. portable. .. 1 l.Ei> up. I'ha. "'|" TH OK Pi.onmt far BANANAS
Roth In food condition. C'. h..phard. Kadloi Heitt Cover". Rachel P. Rarrarlntinrl. wh..... r.nllenc9 BACON 21c 25c
Bradford County T.l...raph. (( Court & Maiilaon Sttt. tf < and addrtN' I.: 797K Oxford
Avenue, l-'hliidHihlH.! | I'pnnnvlvanla':
ATTKACT1VK KUKNISHfcD un.tllrnl.h. FI.OHIHt M :LL DRIL'.."" (U Ton are required to appear. on
CloM In. D..''r- Mar It. 1949 In the above named
aptN.conronloncM. ApplYColonl.1 3., 4A. faI..... well. *. pump. Court and vaune wherein plaintiff <
able All Inn 201 W. Madison tf ....t...... *. rriMlmlPhono ***ek.. divorce. I"rarlford C'ounty
13, or Write. Cal Telegraph shall I piihllnh) thl.Order POTATOES 10 Ibs. 39
,, ... A. n'R"JoT'rIII.oel..nny. : : .
'w A-I: TJo:!>' Stork cattle, 2t or niull In next four weekly iHNUe.
j.210M.n Odom Llve. Oak, l"Ia." Ph".n't 6.; Fla.4tflyr Wltn..." my hand and official 1 ,

Volt PALE: 6-rm. houpe on 4 lul. SELL YOUR TIMBER
In M1a..k. EIect. water. heater, NOW I'I'IU; 8Tr
fur oa.h write PO ;
.Ih. Ch"ap ,
JJo" 51. lIddl.bul. Fla UP 4.29 Highest Cash Prices Paid W rIt JAR LARD

.ltvate.I, TOWELS13c
Foil 4rm.KENT":01l.1r.: .,-.... .W. -".!;. Adalts WILL BUY IX BULK per Pound -
only. Inquire *** W. lips'I I
SLFtaoodyrond. OR IN UNIT THE PERMANENT 17c per Roll
:; Dyal Stark' EDWIN W. PECKOr --- --- -- -
., $15cD.'eta MINERAL RUBBER \KT:
lee Co. John W. TurnerP. HOATMIVSARDINES

JI.'ItIAIS-4.rm. hue. n.nrl" O. Dot; 463 DOG F 0 0 D

land for ale. Ju.1 In.lde Gainesville Fla.
acre" liy limit.. Ll.hta. A wat.r.1SOO. prlc. 3 Cans 25c '1'
$ Ph. 1 U-W after I Pou nu It .

F' HAIvK: '.rm. modern noun*. Send me a postcard and I Fr R id ntl l or Indutfriol l)* t tRatitt -_. -- 2 No. 1 Cans 29c
IJSOO. canh needed 110011.' Alan for come see you. h of, cold, water and ocidlF
nal. I\ acre.. hou.. barn.i .
houH3IOO Mm. E. Haley Imp HtHTIIWOHMI W. bir *. .-H.tlrlfa r tlatf, gravel, m.tol. composition, ----- :--- -
r.ntr Ht. Btiirk. ll.ranla ll...... :2t 4-2O: { lor* ofGr ftlr andthingl.. roof* 71fil; IH'KRM'MAYONNAISE;

FOR HB.NT: *m. t" bid. J'SThu
... STRAYED: 1 Hrahman h.lf.r.. n, Cray,
.t. -hoo!. on hlway.
Qul.l.,.. Starke: Fix 4'"" err white. over, branded Vft-morm: II on on rt.rt. side hip,a Wt..,,- ) 1 1i Mar on. llu. APPLY IT YOURSELF Case of 24 89c

mod.rn abt. ton In. Horn. ahl. 5'. ISOreward.
WANTED: TO HI'V' : Nlr. ... Aluminumond >' w tan apply it ''or !
too far N..llf"Colllh..rn lit.' you
Btark. 1 Pint i Jar 41c
little for bom approximately In : $2500. l K.: Nur..rl.M' Macclenny .'1... Ph. bl (Plus out. It I.' \V.KOK. Hays.. It 7U. .
---- --- -

Klnit.ley.HA UK:: S'-Cereenltporch..Lcity FUR pupple.SALE' :.II: ",Thorou.hbr.d*.k. old. intiulr.collie at STUART'S OLI MK JIMCORNED I.\ II.\UwK BALL.AKIJ
conv.nl.nc... Nicely fnrn. Kitchen. The Nit. OwL lip CYCLE SHOPTrmpto t
ha. .lect. .f.t..lor| ,...aov
Perta.l Trp.wrltee Far Kale, prart- BEEF
hot water ....I.r. E. w. 'J'JJJjKl.K DOG MEAL
Irally n.w Royal It-luxe Model A'.. lth 8k MILES SOUTH ON GAINESVILLE; HIGHWAY
$7* fnlt.d l'la.ll. Ph. fIJ. lip 29c Each 5 lLa 62c
with 1 bath; SUrVe, Florida
rtrleally l RENT: 3.fliulpp-rm apt.l Pnitahl.' for FILiI. KPT' IH--KOKR ti.. P. W. I.. O. (Hot 735: Starke, Fla. I'hone 161-J$
Mr Bro READY A-rii' ** r ... 'I' 'K\T' llF11ANAER'7
adult onfr. Pb. 157. 1n. : GIFTHOP.. If .



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1 1 Becky Sue of Raeford, N. C. are Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Freeman, lace since Saturday. an their visitors Saturday and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Mrs. J. Ga. spent the past weekend with Blanding Ranges
FarniIly visiting: Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ros who were former Farm residents Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Outlaws Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Edwards R. Jones were In Alachua and Mrs. Jones and their children
State arrived Monday from their homein and their children of Hague were and Robert B. Edwards I Madison Tuesday for the funeral and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier. Declared DangerousThe
ier.Mrs.. Matthew Arnow of Eiistls Miami, Oklahoma to visit Mr. /guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. of Milliard.Mr. and burial services of their kinsman Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier spent
Mrs. Dry Ml Uhltflel and Miss Louise Cox of Mont- and Mrs. J. C. Wallace. Sellers and of Mr. and Mrs. P. and Mrs. Dan Bryant and B. T. Walker. Mrs. W L. the Easter holidays with Mr. and public Is reminded by Adjutant
.. verde were guests of Mr. and M-Sgt. and Mrs. John Connerof S. Crews Sunday. :J. B. Rivers Mrs. Isabel Edwards of Jackson- Armstrong of Dover and Mrs. Mrs. Cecil McRae In McIntosh General Mark W. Lance
LuncheonIn Mrs. R. H. Cox Tuesday and Wed- Memphis, Tenn. and their host returned home with Mr. and Mrs. ville had dinner with Mr. and Theodore Ogllne and little Enza Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Markham that some 12 units of the FloridaNatlonaJ
Delta Ka|>| Gamma ess, :Mrs Lydia Coleman of Daytona Outlaw for visit Lou of Lakeland had also Guard will be firing on
Community Club House,, nesday.Mr. a following an Mrs. J, C. Wallace at noon Sun- Ogllne celebrated the former's .blrthday
the and Mrs. B. E. Simmons and were luncheon guests of Mr. extended stay with Mr. and Mrs. attended the services and, en with a family dinner at the home the Camp Blanding ranges be-
Club members
Saturday April three 16 the course luncheon their little daughters, Nancy and and Mrs. M. E. Grlner Wednesdayof Crews. day.Mr.. and Mr i. H. O. Bates and route to their homes, were supper of their relatives Mr. and Mrs. tween now and June 30. "The
to served 30 members a of the Delta Linda, of Starke spent Easter last .week. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger their daughters. Nancy and Bar guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rosier :J. D. Scott, In Gainesville Sunday. area Is posted against trespassing;
Kappa Gamma Society. The organization Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. I Mrs. George Manasna and children and Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley I bara, were In St. Petersburg from here.Billy Jimmie Godwin of the University and entry and these warning signs ,
Is en honorary sorority Chapman.Mr. Cella and George, Jr., of and their sons of Jacksonvillewere Friday until Sunday. During their McCrary of Jacksonville of Florida, Gainesville was at must be observed by all persons t
{ for teachers and local members : and Mrs. E. F. Redding were Green Cove Springs were Easter Sunday supper guests of stay there they enjoyed the Festival spent the Easter holidays with home with his parents Mr. and for their own safety," General
include Mrs. Grace Osbome of in Jacksonville Sunday to Bee the Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley.In of States. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fancher.Mr. Mrs. J. D. Godwin, for the Easter
Starke and Mrs. Nettle Mae tatter's brother, J. C. Howard, W. a. Stringfellow. an exchange of visits, Charles Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Bradley .and Mrs. W. O. Engram had holidays Lance said.
Wynn, Mrs. Winifred Gelger.Mrs. who la a patient at the Medical Misses Joan and Nancy Mynl- Cooley of Kingsley Lake and returned to their home In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Snyderof It was pointed out that the area
Hazel Brown and Miss Dora Unit. Friends hops for marked han returned to their home in [ Spencer Crews spent the Easter Sunday after having visited Jacksonville as their guests All kinds and sizes! of account lying north of the' ranges have
Johnson of Lake Butler. Miss Lu- Improvement In Mr. Howard's condition Jacksonville Monday after having I, holidays together. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley since I Easter Sunday.Lt. hook. Bradford. County Telegraph. been designated as "danger
cille Hart of Mayo /is president.For soon. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wal- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle had Wednesday. J. R. Jones of Ft. :Penning Reasonably priced. areas" and must be avoided.Our

the meal, covers were laid I
on two exquisitely appointed tables -
In the dining: room. Each
table was centered with a low
bowl of purple larkspur and gold
colored marigolds surrounded by
Easter decorations. A corsage of
sweet peas at each plate com-
pleted the seasonal I pattern. Rare
beauty also! marked the decora-
tive effect achieved with arrangements / ."
Hats Are Off
of stately blossoms in the
main Club Room where, following
luncheon Rev. L. A Shepherd
addressed the society on "The .
Dynamic Approach to Religionin 8. .
Institutions". There too Mrs.
Wynn was the recipient of a bridal'
shower, her marriage having beena i
event. An Institutionaltour
hour recent was proceeding the highlight noon. of the To Starke's Newest Industry And To The Ingenious Engineers Who

Betty Out-door Williams was Party hostess at Have Made Possible The Recovery Of Heavy Minerals From The Quartz

a party at the home of her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Williams,,
'.' Saturday evening. An out-door r Sand Deposits East Of Starke.
affair, the guests gathered arounda
huge bon.fire. Refreshments,
were served at a lawn table. An .. .. .. .
-- -- -.---- - -
exciting scavenger hunt afforded -
much fun and a prize was awardedto .
; :
the winning group. Those pres- ,
ent were Patsy Kucera Carolyn -
Bradley, Helen Whltfleld. Erma ;: ,
Jean Godwin Dorothy Morgan, .
Wanda Lee Llnzy, Jimmie Mon- Trail
crlef, Murrlel Green of Raiford, Ridge .. .
Jlmmle Godwin, William Engram,
Kenneth Dobbs, J. L. Dowling, r
Dewey Thornton Spencer Crews,
Harold Godwin, Ernest Anderson, .
Raymond, Walker, Billy Morganand >-
Norrls Gordon, John William ,fel.ft
Carter, John Green Sapp and Ira -:- ....." 'V.?. ..
Green of Raiford.,
Ilmenite MineWe

Our community was shocked ,
and saddened Wednesday, April
13, Joy the death of Richard Wood-
ward. Sympathy Is extended to .
his parents Mr and Mrs. J. W. .
Woodward, and to other bereaved .

relatives.Amerlcus Mr. and, Mrs.Ga. F.visited.G. Beavers Mr. and of welcome I I this new development I and CONDITIONER IIARGE

Mrs. W. N. North for several

" days Brannen Visitors during during of the Mr.the past and weekend week.Mrs: R.were W. hope_ I that I. i it I will bel the harbinger i of f other t '. - : i -, -

Frank Brannen of Lake Butler,
Lee Gainey of Brooker and Miss I
Pauline Brannen, Mr. and Mrs. industries to come to this section of
Jones and their baby Carol Ann,
and Jack Nelson all of Jackson

ville. Florida. We realize the of ti
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley of importance our
Draper, N. C. spent Saturday y
:night and Sunday with Mr. and ,
:Mrs. W. H. Williams. Other Sun- '
agriculture but also that fact
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. recognize
Williams were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Hazen and Mr and Mrs. Reese
Bradley and their sons, Clinton that need industries
to give
and Jack, all of Jacksonville we our section
Mrs. J. W. Dyke left Tuesday
for Columbia, S. C. after having
spent a ;week with Mr. and Mrs. a well-rounded We believe
M. E. Griner en route to the Caro- economy.
lina City from her home In Tampa.Mr. .

Cheesling Philadelphia. and of Mrs.Atlanta Pa.A.,B.,Mrs.Ga.DeMocedoof ,Claude Mrs. t that I I the new I Ilmenite I i I Mine i i is a great t step I nliEDCEANIJSI'Ilt.1Lsin

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Wilson Mrs.group O.of as Starke B.afternoon Thompson joined visitors.and the family little- opportunity to welcome to our midst t each ;,, ', ".

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BRADFORD COUNTY TKf.K: II n, _STAlmir_unnO.. _irirtntlit_.___n... PILE .un CiVVM1tf

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Baptist Church t ciirucii OF CHRIST I. .n ; : : Daughterly 'of Starke, a son- ,

Mark Richard, born Apr. 8,
Bible 10
a.m. Sunday
Life Is the BrookerBy Dedan SectionBy
Victory over sermon
I Mr.
J Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday and Mrs. Robert Rollin
the Pastor Rev. Haines
topic by
Evening Service 7:45: Sun- Grlffis of Lake Butler, a son.
p.m. ha Mao 1.\\i's I
Mrn. Resale C'arlton
at the First Baptist Starke, this Homer Leon, born Apr. 1.

Sunday morning. This la the last CATHOLIC CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. John Denver Hobbs
In the aeries of messages, "April
Mass 10 RASTER EGO HUNT Mr, and Mrs. I. A, Mann were of Waldo, a daughter Joyce Ann,
Sunday a.m.
Showers", an April Appreciationof
School 11 A large crowd of people attendedan In Alachuat last Saturday on business I- born Apr 3.
the Acts of Jesus. The choirIs Sunday a.m.
Easter hunt after-
directed by Mrs. Lucile GreenWith Week. Day Mass 8:30: am. egg Sunday Recent births as announced by Mr. and Mrs. James Washing
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Presbyterian Church At The TabernacleThe Mrs. Mona Canova at the II dayBible noon Evan W Hostesses Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Sr. Shadycrest Hospital: ton Knabb of Macclenny' a daughter
organ. Study Is every Wednesday were had as dinner guests Sunday their Mr. and Mrs Martin Harris of1IIlddleburg Diane Elaine, born Apr. 7.
Misses Laverne and Lavonia Hod-
1 At the First Presbyterian 16th Service I the at 7:45Pine: : son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and -, a son, Michell Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Weeks
Anniversary Sunday evening message by gee Those present were Mr. and
Church the topic for the morning of the Mission Work and Tabernacle the Pastor will be "Stepping In I . Mrs. Roy Green and children, Mrs Joe Thrasher. born Apr. 2. Griffis of Starke a daughter
Mr. and Mrs. d. W. Davis at- Mr. and Mrs. Meek Fletcher '
sermon will be "The Fundamentals went off well Friday night.A the Light". The youth choir Is Mr. and Mr. Eddie Lewis, Iva Judy Ann born Apr. 13.
tended the funeral of Albert Mil-
of Our Faith", the theme that fine program, prepared by the directed by lira. Lola Mann and I Level] Mae Lewis, and children, Mr. and ler's brother In Gainesville Tues
leaders and presented by the chil- the request Happy Hour period Mrs. Leon )Parrtsh and children,
made St. Paul great. The text is I day afternoon.
dren and young people, was enjoyed Is led by the playing of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green, Mr.
I By Mrs. It ".. McRa Bobby Dyal and Joo Eleebree (NOTICE: Evening services! have changed time to
from the third chapter of EphesIans by all. Greetings were received Morse and Mrs. Mann, piano-or and Mrs. Joe Green. and children
I. of Gainesville were visiting Mr.Rleebree's 7:00 p. m. for II. T, U. & 8:00 for
and Includes the words "For and read from the friends of the gan duo. Services begin at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Parrish Miss p. m.
.1. parents In Panama City preaching hour.)
He is our peace". In keeping with work. Sunday school continues Its We had a good Sunday School Joyce Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. the past weekend

this theme the choir will sing J. The music was well renderedand record breaking attendance with attendance last Sunday morningat Herbert. Parrish, and children Mr. and Mrs. A. L. CraBby, Jr. "THE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP

Varley Robert's poignantly beautiful was appropriate to the Eas-' 345 present Easter Junior and Pine Level Church with 100 In Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parrish and of Starke were visiting his pnrI -

"Peace I Leave With You". ter season Saturday night "The Intermediates continue to meetIn classes. After Sunday School ;we children, Mr. and Mrs Russell I ents, Mr. and Mrs A. L. Crosby WHO LOST HIS TITLE"

Sunday School classes beginat Easter Lily", an Easter playlet, enjoyed the Easter program by Green and children, Mr. W. II.! Sr. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .

9:45: a.m. All church members was given by three girls, and an the Jackson Street Annexes some of our young people. Those Hayes Miss Velelta Hodges Miss C. S Kelley visited her Will He The Sermon Subject Of Pastor Bob

are urged to attend regularly and Easter Acrostic was presented by' until the new building Is com- having part on the program were Bobble Sue McCarley and Mr. and son and daughter-in-law: Mr. and Gray at 8:00: p. m.

share in the joy of learning to- the leader. pleted. Training Unions gatherat Miss Glenda Crosby. Miss Gwen Mrs. Harold Duke Mrs Lavon Kelley, of St. Petersburg -

gether more about Gars word. A very helpful Easter messagewas 6:45: : for discussion and fellow dolyn McRae, Miss Barbara Richie, B. T. V. I MH'IXL.!! several days of last week. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton

Visitors also are cordially wel- brought Sunday morning' Miss Francis Crosby Miss Geraldine Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby

come. from the 20th chapter of John. II ship.The Story of Easter, a religious Carter, Glen Conner, Vernon Class The held Intermediate B. T. U. of Gainesville were guests Sun 11:00: A. M. "To Whom Shall We Go?"

Following this joyous Easter In the evening the subject was moving picture will be shown Crosby, and Vernle Thornton. The Its quarterly social day of his parents, Mr. and Mrs

season let us each one resolve to "What Is The Gospel" ? Both of this Tuesday at 7:15: at the church subject was "He Is Risen". thena Saturday night Center, April The 16 Intermediates at the E. C. Crosby. 10:00: A. M. Bible School 6:30: P. M.( BTU

be present at Prayer Meeting on these messages! were brought by also travelogues in color. special song by little Miss Dona I Commulnty Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson were
had their
the Tabernacle A tract Ruth JII tlS. The as guests, the
Sponsor. pastor broughtthe shopping In Alnchun Saturday
Wednesday evenings at 8 o'clock.
Mid-week service will be conducted -
young/ people of Brooker Mrs.
Dr. William the 11 o'clock We
by Pettingill was message. were afternoon.
This is an Informal gathering led this Wednesday at 7:30:
Eva Hnrrell and Mrs. J. \V, Thomas -
for the title of the glad to have with In the
Inspiration / us services Rev H. It. Matt was In Jacksonville -
by the pastor but often includingsome Dr.
by R. R. Stocker !In the ab- assisted the class In entertaining -
evening subject and waa of the Sunday morning and eveningthe lAst Friday on biislnosn.L. .
discussion by others
present. sence of the Pastor who will be and
most Instructive message heard at Rev and Mrs. R. W. Justls guests. Z. Williams of Dundee were
This meeting is planned so thatit delivering the Commencement ad- w
the Tabernacle providing that and daughter The building was decorated In
will not Interfere with daily dress to the graduating class at visiting relatives here the past
activities such as school. It Is one may preach Christ without Hellbronn School, Mr. Alvin Cook Mrs. Bishop Thomas and chil pastel shades of crepe paper witha weekend.
7Z W@taiLr5Power 1 :
never long. preaching the Gospel but that one principal.A dren of Brooker attended services large straw nest filled with col The farmers around here are
cannot preach the Gospel without I here Sunday and were dinner ored eggs. There were about 20 I busy digging potatoes and picking
The Junior Westminster Fellow friendly and cordial invitation
preaching Christ. : guests of her parents Mr. and young people present.Baccalaureate beans.
ship members and visitors are is extended to all to at
Regular services this week with worship i Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carlton Chain Saws
now enjoying a series of Bible any and all services. Crowded Sermon for the
special emphasis on a wedding and son, Morris Ray.
wore shopping -
stories The purpose of this pro conditions continue but those arriving Mrs. O. W. Boan of Heilbronn Oth grade school pupils will be
of I
gram la to encourage interests in next the service.Sunday night at the close : early! will have no difficulty -!, Springs and Mrs. Sue! Myrick of Sunday, April 21, at 3 o'clock. The In Elders Gainesville of the Monday.Church of are light in weightr

the Bible and to make a most I In being seated. Lake Geneva spent Saturday; night Graduation Exercises will be
and Sunday with Mrs. H. M. Mc- Jesus Christ of the Latter Day ttmpl* In d slgnlThl
earnest effort to our
prevent 25: 8 o'clock.
young CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Monday, April at Saints will hold l snrvlces In the

people from being Biblically Illiterate OF LATER DAY SAINTS St. Mark's Episcopal Rae.We Everyone Is Invited to attend. home of Mrs. T. D Dynl Sunday
when they reach maturity. are so glad we're getting a
The First and Second grade en- April 21 at 3 o'clock. Everyone
More careful plans for the recreation The Church of Jesus Christ of I Rev. B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar new highway through this section joyed an Easter egg hunt Thursday U Invited.

period are being made Latter Day Saints :will hold Sun- Sunday, April 24: because It will help the farmers afternoon. Prizes were won

also. In an age ;when there is day School in the USO building on 10 a.m. Church School. Nurseryand also the church and school by Howard Frultt and Walter
more and more leisure, It becomes busses. !MOTHERS! Register The
Temple Ave. each Sunday morn- Kindergarten departmentsIn Jordan. Refreshments of Easter sits 141eICh.
increasingly Important that In- wel Mr and Mrs. Joe Dobbs and New Baby For Valuable MW HORNET one-man powtf saw (Model DTI
Ing at 10 o'clock. Everybody the Parish House. Primary egg! candy, drinks and crackers only f M*.
\ 33 pound cats :
weighs pproilmatoly
dividuals be educated to those cultIM Ions'"
use come. Junior and Intermediate departments family of Ft. Pierce visited Mr. were served.A iiirt At Our Store
leisure hours In clean and whole in the church. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and family TiM bnprowd HORNET two-nun uw |M. M Of) caste omly: I4M.TWy .

some activity.The CIiURCII OF GOD Saturday night. They were on large crowd attended the '" pOTform the t..u.<.h..M Itlllng, backing and nmWrg ,jabs rritY
Easter Sunrise Services ":1-; .
11 a m. Morning Prayer and sermon at the '
Ladies' their to visit Mr. Dobbs'parents '. a minimum of effort.Alia .
will meet
Auxiliary way \
by the Rev. S. W. Crosby. Baptist Church Sunday morning.The "; '
April 28, at 8 p.m. at the home of Rev. L. S. Williams Pastor Mr and Mrs. Arch Dobbs, School children ) \ available hi 10", M" and 30T ....u.*.
Youth incooperation Sunday
6:30: p.m. fellowship enjoyed .
Airs. C. M. Turney at the State 8th A St. Clair Sts. with the youth of at the State Farm. an Easter egg hunt Satur- .- ,,,.IA "

Farm. In view of the approaching Sunday School 10 a.m. the Presbyterian Church at the Mr. and Mrs Robert Myrick day afternoon. ,Ui WEAR Call or write for a demonstration
church anniversary celebration 11 and daughter Kathy and Mrs. H.
Sunday Morning Worship a.m. Presbyterian Church
A large number attended tuner.
it is urgent that as many Service 7:30 M. McRae visited Mrs. Lillian Mc I SOUTHERN DISTRIBUTING CO.
Sunday Evening : p.m.Y. The church Is dally for nl services in Gainesville for H. Everything for Inn Child
members as possible be present. Sesvlce 7:30 Rae and family, and Mr. and Mrs
P. E Tuesday : p.m.
John Warren Kaufman Pastor Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. prayer and meditation. B. M. Mvrlck !In Gnlnesvllla- Thur...-... I the Miller brother Monday of Albertus afternoon.Miller.Robert He Is From Birth to 12 Year Old 02.1: Alvarei. St.. Jarkminvlllc, Fla. Phone 9-Wtl
day afternoon week.The RONNIEDONNIESTORE
Christian Church I children who enjoyed the Andrews of Lake Butler SALES SERVICE RENTALS
Easter visited R>v. and Mrs. Barnle Andrews -
4 egg hunt at the H. M.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke Morning theme: "New Life InChrist" : McRae's were Joyce Crosby, Gerald Sunday. :228 .. Call -' Stark. Agent Inquiries Invited

Evan Haznn of Jacksonville vis-
Norman Shirley, ,
Yev Lewis D. lIalnf'tl, Pastoral Benny
Evening message by O. A. James and Lynn McRae, and I tod his father, George W. Hazen
v V" v Clark, Chief of Police, Jackson- Judy Sue Cason. Sunday.Mr. .
al "Ia The Heart .t Town And In The hearts ville. Public cordially invited. Rev and Mrs W. E. Hall and and Mrs. J. W Thomas and

of The People" I Bible School 10 a.m.. 100 In at- Mr and Mrs Earl Goodman were children visited Mrs. H. L. Chau-

ti tendance. Picture of the School dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. don of Titufivllle Sunday.
v ,will be made.Wednesday. E. Murrhee at Hilllard Thursday Mrs. L. A, Mott and daughters
A Southern Baptist ChllrC\Jt\ For An PeopleMoruing night Prayer Meet- of last week. Sandy and Jack visited Mrs L. TOUGH SPOTS ?

v v R. Waters of Alachua afternoon

Worship 11:00 Happy Hour 8:00: Ing. Thursday night, April 28, O. W. McRae and son .
Fellowship Supper. Friday 3:30: Harley spent part of last week
Sunday S..hool-9-I3: TraIning UnlonI3: Children's Hour. Young People's with Mrs. McRae's parents, Mr, Mrs. Eddie Cnstlin and son,

CYF and Mrs. N. A. Conner, of Lake Mike, visited her husband Eddie
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00: I'. JE. Friday 8pm.PENTECOSTAL.
Butler. Castlln of Jacksonville Sunday.
6 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Jack Simmons of
: Robert
Sunday Morning: "VICTORY OVER I.IFE"Sunday HOLINESS have bought the Joe Starling Montlocha visited Mrs. Simmons

Evening: "STEPPING IN TilE UGIIT" 10th St. and Temple Ave. farm In this section and Starling have parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott, /

Moving Pictures Tuesday, 7:15: p. m.: "Easter Story" Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; Morn- moved Into their new home. We Sunday.Mr. Y'reow; I

I Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic welcome them here. and Mrs. Vasco Hazen and _

"Visit The Church: With The Visiting Pastor" Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Mr. and Mm L. r.... Conner of children visited Mr. and Mrs.
welcome.ottas Hellbronn lfenr.. Coleman _n'raln.A. .. ,
Springs were dinner F ""'D''''''
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Miss Velelta hedges of Jacksonville -
visited her Mr. and
Lewis Sunday. parents
Mrs. "You bet they're easy now t rtow ropy
Mrs. Paul Faulkner and Mr O. W. Hodges last weekend.
and Mrs. Robert Faulkner visited Mr. and Mrs. Elilon Hardy and my new Massey-Harris has

In St Petersburg one day last daughter Janet, of Starke visited t: : plenty of power to take the
week. Mr. and Mrs. O. W Burry Sunday toughest going In stride. You

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas M. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman and : should see the way my '44' t a

and children of Smoker attended children of Gainesville, visited handles 3 bottoms any place on

WT services at Pine Level Sunday and friends and relatives. Sundny. the farm. Goes right through f

were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sneed and, daughter. Virginia without a whimper. Tough spots and all. And

Mrs. Paul Faulkner spent Sunday In Gainesville talk about economy these Mussey-Harris[

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling and Don't forget Sunday School each tractors showed me what the word means. You ( )

? children and Miss Fay Hutson, allot Sunday morning at 10 o'clock and can't beat 'em for saving fuel dollars. I finishedmy

Starke, were dinner guests of church at 11 o'clock at the Bap- plowing and discing on far less fuel than
Mr. and Mrs. tist church. taHT I4'LOW "to"
Thomas and ever before.
family Sunday, and In the afternoon Church of Christ Sunday School
) a large crowd enjoyed an classes enjoyed an Raster egg hunt 6 GREAT MODELS 1 1You've
Your hid Dealer\ Easter egg hunt. Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock
tr got a wide range to select from when
Mrs. W. C. Conner and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis were
Mrs. Paul daughterand visiting Mrs. Lewis' brother at you choose Massey-Harris six great power
visitors Faulkner were Bay Lake and fuel saving models in 5 power sizes with f
to Palatka Sunday.
ouftws''' Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Rahn were new up-to-the minute styling comfort and down y

4-11 (:...,'n MEETINGThe shopping In Gainesville Monday. right lugging ability. There's advanced engineering -

Sunnybrook 4-H Club met Mr. and Mrs. Harold Duke in the transmission too husky construction l 1,

Saturday, April lB, with Miss of Lake Butler were visitors here throughout that means constant

'-1\11\ seri\ aRXWFIVICE Jo Floss at the home of Miss Beverly Saturday. dependable operation under the toughest conditions -
Crosby The
meeting was opened Miss Madeline Green of Jack. curt t etow "lo"
by the president Ml.is Shirley sonvllle spent Easter with her Stop In soon for complete Information. See

McRae, and the talk was on eti parents, Mr. and Mri. Dave Green. I how you can handle your work faster with far

quette. Those present were Shir Mrs. Rosa Plnholster visited less fatigue when you farm with a Massey- _
ley McRae, president; Kathryn Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins last Harris.

Kelly, secretary: Joyce Thomas, weekend.

publicity; Joan Starling Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards of

Jane Thomas, Beverly Jo Crosby, Worthington Spring visited relatives .
and Jo Denmark. Sunday ita
The next meeting will be held

at the home of Miss Kathryn Ifal4

Kelly, April 30. All members are

urged to be present Joyce :Keystone Heights
Thomas reporter. 16sr&,1SGtB8S (

8 Our fad hain.d Mchan know
fb MECHANICS 1 ylOw4"
IJ1 _- your car beds Trained to do the |job
o- right, they. ears you time and money PHONE ROTARIANS ENTFRTAINFOREIGN

(47 IH 8 PARTS Our Genuine Ford Part ore made 218 The Keystone STUDENTS:Heights Rotary

0 > right to fit right and lad )longer. Theytav COLONIALFLORIST Club will be host today (Friday)

you trouble and money, too. to around 20 Spanish-American

Our Special Ford Equipment give students from the University of

3, EQUIPMENT your Ford the kind' of ivrvlc safe Florida. This \I" another In a ser

_____ lust right for Ford lea of similar events, sponsored by
the: Club's International Service
Methods are Committee as s rood will gesture
up to the minut and lust| righf.t .
& METHODS toward foreign student A
t > They're planned to give' you b.".,. @ lunch and water sports will picnic be
car at a ....Ing.
cr highlights of the day.

Among Rotarians who plan to

attend the District Conference In

: IdDeaki! FLOWERSFOR Pensacola. May\ 1-3, are S. K. 4-1 MOW "II" r 1-ftOW 44"
? McKay Ed
ALL OCCASIONS Wiggins, Al Nelson,
lere feet. nu to- Huntley Redfern and others.
L.IM. ,...N y 1-0-
NBC N tv.k DISH GARDENS Under the heading of civic Improvements -

lair* .UKf...n-tet.fridqr tfMilf. lonovfwfe ///Mr besf-//, the Town Council U
being asked
he T er_...,.r. lies 1M tIe4Ioa repair or replacethe
I tennis back stops and other
: equipment on the tennis court and .

FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE playground that needs rejuvena- ,
Andrews Motor Co. Ion. Keystone I I" fortunate In havIng !

an adequate park and playground -
Nona. St Stark ana right In the heart of JIAITLAM JACKSONVILLE TALLAHASSEE:

town and It should be kept In top Phone. Phone S-93T1 A Date' M.brr Field
Phone 118 1Narii.llln.
condition at all times
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IK flrrult .......r.. llrndrurd. I'imnlr.Klnrlilm Conrt Mav 83 and, 1949"caliHo In llw wherein above I Pl.nf"!'': :*< *; ami liln. Thnt opornted the mild hy the hunlnxx following* Iowned In-I llll Idence Avenue and ndilrenn, Klilnhlnn In: ,143-44 New Frank Yolk: the Idttnta benefit. of Bradford of the Citizen County anil and Rea the>I union. .llne with l<> root klad* ainil nltk.. and aeii.* a quallfylnv. fee on all iieetinient. to be baed on the *.alurv
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In c.kniMerr.I ,. Heokx dlvor.'... fr"11lf"r'ki. ,'" yo'I."n"e tt r<*Mt >d JIt\: :: H. l>, iiondman, You are required to appear on Kxtennlon of Honpltallzatlon.. to, .a motor 1'.110. Ike PUR.roll. candidate for elective municipal or compeneatlon paid for thtt yearpreceeilinir
>. Honroe Beech J I' Plaintiff. V* "hall pllhll"h UIllor Hlnrke, ; T. f. Il >*n, Jr., May 2, 1911! In th. above named }Patient from Adjolnlnic Countle office In the City of starkei iialdf the election for which
} Knynvr. Huvt, Defumliint.I'reim Teleirruph four weekly IMBIIBK.WltneKB Htnrk, Fl rlilit: and 13 M t>nnlimrk Court and cauxe. wherein plaintiff to Provide for the Appointment of: to ba' delivered 1 at Htnrke, Florida. .*e not to exoeeii. Five Percent of the candidate qunllflex I
In next
N. 13iOrder .. .. ... hand and 01'1'1..1111Ap. KlarKn. Florida.. 4-1B 4t 6eO.I..1 .**ek.* divorce. Bradford' C Countv Tel TruKteee for Said Hospital Corporation bid IS duve from acceptanfa or the annual compeneatlon paid to Carl: John*: City Clerk
of iibllrnllun % .1.! o my except that the dealer
.. Florida, thla April evraph ehnll puhllnh thl.* Order In and to Fix their Power I la to be annle the ocuuparif of ald office. Tim. an- 4-8 5t 5-6 City of Starke, Flu.
._ "NTtm' OK KIOHIIIV 'no Heal at 1l4ll\1'ku. TO illl>IIKRVotloe ': next four weekly iMitueVltnen *. and Dutleflj to Provide for the delivered within 00 day
Florence Kavner Bvech who t. 1'.11' 1H. 1 H4tOFFICIAL. IH h..r..byClv..n thnt *eal- \ *. my hand and official I ;of Appropriation from acceptance of bid. Bldit may
Mrnc-e l I. unknown, ( HKAt.) A. J. Thoman.Aa Ail tihlN will he roielvefl. until 10 Rm .eal at Htarke, Florida, thin March of Ilevenue'fr'r''o;: ; the. County RainIn be Item upon all Item or .upon each
You are required to appear' on Clerk of Hulil. Court. April >7. 1 9 in, on the following 29.!> 1949. for the Erection. and Maintenance *eparately. Addre' all bid
} .. I>. (*. chtiri-h; property: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thntna of Such Honpltal, by the Allocation of County Comml..lon.r", PARTS
llay Sel'leii. Day- "ar. A. J Thoma,
Hel.lim llulldlnir Hullillnir No.4: Main Church Aud.ltc A* Clerk of Maid Court. to uch HONpltal' of Portion of the Florida ; Clerk tltarke
tuna Henih, Florida .. rluinriillillno. By Haven. Croby. D C. Itace Trark Fund. Which May EwReceived The Hoard reeerve* the
W C T U Ally., for I'lf. 4-.. 4t u-13 ; No.3: 16' x 41*. T. Frank Lnndrum, Stark*. Florida by Bradford! County, and rlicht Pronpertlve to reject bidder any and all I.lde.. 1602 E. Buffalo Tampa, Florida
nullillnv No. Ir' 18' x 4X'. Atty. for 1-lf. 4-1 4t 4.iMOTirn of the Ievy of Ad Valorem Taxee ."I.Un"' may Inepect the
of Intention to IlrttlxtrfKlftlthin Itullillnir No. t: 3* x 98', by .ald County for the Benefit ofHa .. of the Hoard Phone Y-1259: II.
:>o lre which I I. to be u ed with the S. Helium Prop.
The Church remtrve the rlffht to equip
-THE MOST DANOEKOL'3AKE Nam* reject any and nil hld.... : to th* voter.* and tax pay I III .Hopltal, and IILloort'':. r"t the ment to he .........d. By order of said
the .
that I/lmlt of the CoKxtenMve
Notice In hereby iiiven A. '<* Chftlrmnn. er* of Bradford County, State. of Hoard thl April 4th, 194'').
TUB HALF-WAY TRUTH, undurHlxned.. under the pn"1"10"! ,. Itonrd .?t Truittect*. FlrHt. Hitptlftt: i Florida. With the Limit of Bradford 314-94: M. o. Harrell, Chairman.,
of Chanter S01IB3! Law" of Florida You .are hereby advlned that there County. AUTO GLASS INSTALLED
TI1K HALT-WAY l.Hf.NK AND Act 0 141, will reirimer, with the Church Starke Fla. 4-15 2t 4fiullrm will be preMHnted. to the Lffrli latitraHHernbled Charley ft. J"hna. State Senator, -. i
Clerk of tn t'lrcult I Court' In an In Tallahamiee. Florida, 15th Senatorial Dlntrlct. 6t 4-22 -.Notice e' Ial.nllo. la latrodvr* '
THE HALF-WAY CHRISTIAN"FKOM i Florida, thflctltlon of I..n to llr..1"l lrr
for Bradford County at the next Henslon thereof a Special Hpvrlal LevUlellonNotice TRANSMISSIONS: & GRILLS
Inve..tmen Klrtlllon'* "%.m. : CAM, FOIl nil><*
l A
mime of T Act authorlxlnir 1 the School .
Board In
Nollr. hereby
WATCHUOKli irlven
thAt that
h..r..by riven theumlcrMlfrnefl bill
-( THE' ) Company under which we are enHitxed of Bradford Notice I 1M hereby irlven that the a '
County Florida to l will be Introduced
.. under the provlMlon In the 1949 LaxiNlature NEW & USED PARTS
and. flolnn hunlne* at the .tI.. bond. or other evidence of Board of County CommlHaloneri. of -
by the
of City of .
Chapter 209(11( Lawn of "Florida Htarke ald
atarke Flor.Sapp's -
rvloe C-nter Htatlon Indebtednen for Bradford County,
Art the cotifttrilctlon Florida will rerelva Bill to empower and
of will
1041. ri-Klxter with the authorUe iialil
Clerk of the Circuit! Coilrt In nnd and maintenance of a Htadlum or Healed. bid. until 1 o'clock P. City of Htarke by and through the \VE SHIP PARTS U Q. D.
athletlo ".."Ion the M. on April JMh lBC... for the I..a..eby
fur Ilrndford County, Florldn, the premlxe* of City Council of eald City to levy
i the It le for 89 month fromdelivery
: Bradford
flrtltlf I County lllirh School a*
>ll* name of Klertrlo HervlreA .
Hupply under vhk'h 1 ] In the City of Starke Bradford and with an option In the - - - - -
nni enffBfrer County Florida. ffvmrd to purchana and apply all
and dolnv bu lnei.... at 125 K. Call
Dated: April I I, 1049.H. rentala paid upon the purchaee
Ht.. Htarke, Bradford
County Fla I*. ..jorlnt..nd..nl.. ,
Store That the nalfl hunlneH, IM owned ..n.1ol..at. ] Moriran price of the following equipment
| .... hy .r. It. Kite, Ho" 4 9Htarke Board of Putllo/ Initructlon. to-wlt: .
Fin. Dated thin. inth day ol' 4-1 tt 4-3!) One new prattler rpe wlilo mnmm
traetor wltk 4-.1. Illeael motor.wM .
April 194K. 4-18 4t 5-8
.Notice rf Intention to Inlredurettpecl .. 'raptor a..k..e*. fr..n. pall kcmkOK
IT. cmrriT rnimT. nn"\ FORD *! l.rirlMlatlon rrankraararitard, all ae> on* ainltwrlaklna
<-OI''iTV. FLOIIIUAl I <:JlAII.: Notice I I.. hereby irlven that a bill ; mot lee. Ikan 14 MMI ..o..d. Public
SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY APRIL 22 & 23 CKHV.Jnhn will be Introduced In the 1944 Florida anil Plot mar* ...... :ail.OOO: poaad*.*. Auction Sale
Hrovmnn, Plaintiff, v*. Mnry Legislature. to be entitled: AN On* amKle dovler to fit nald *ra.-
Hroarnnn, Pefendant Cane No. :7247. ACT Kormlrlnic the Ue-reiflMratlon '0.. pomplr-t* il k all eontrola. and
ORDER OF PirBMCATION of all the Klector* of l rdford lo ... Inalalled o. tractor br .."...
AND NOTICE TO APFBAU County, Florida, Before Belnfr Utial. ... .
GOLDEN; AGEMACARONI HTATK; OF < KI.OIUI>A to! (fled to Vote In any Kind I of Election 4On* word. p.II-.ra.n>r !. toed .o..-
NATIONAL Mary Proiman! whone renldenre. and to be Held In Paid County
adilrp** I*: Ok r. I'uprad, Lurlvna After March 1. 19HO: Nettingup the ALL THE HOUSEHOLD
Cxerhoelovakla: Procedure. for Having. ealcl RereiciKtratlon WEDNESDAY FREE RE.FRESHMENTS.
or You are required to appear on ; and frovldln' for theCompenHatlon AUTOMOBILE OF
BEEF Mav lath. 194''! In the almve named of the Hupervlior ofKeKlMtratlon LIABILITY INSURANCE APRIL 27. EFFECTS
CORNED Court and caue. wherein plaintiff and htn BHHlntant forService
.eek. .* rt lIvorr... Iiradford County Rendered. In ald H..R..I1'l.traUon. '* not It l.
SPAGHETII4Ic Teleraph hall I publleh thla Order Altboufh ompul ony 2:30 P. M. F. OH BOY!
In next four weekly laue*. ._ .- J. P. Tlobert neprenentatlva. much wfer to carry LIabIlitY Strong
Wltne**. mv herd and official *e1 Bradford County, Florida. Innuranco. I represent only old
) at Htarke, Florida thl la April 12th, 4-1 Bt 429NoU"e
114'!. line reliable itock companies.
3 PKGS. '20c A. j. Thoma.. Of Intention To Inlrodnr* Your buolneiw will be appreci We Have To
Move Our !
A* Clerk of *ald Court. I Nprrlal l.eal; "lnllon -- Says Landlady
Hy Haven Crohy Notice I I. hereby Klven that a bill ated.
T. Frank :.l'stc'rke.; Florida i will be Introduced In the 1944 Florida
._ Atty. for pif. 4-15 4t 5Ii Lenliilature, a* follow: AN ACT 129 W. Call Street
-- -- -- _
to provide for the Creation of a I
rirvalt C... Bradford County HoHpltal Dletrlrt Opposite Bradford Telegraph
..r ..Bradford Caaaty. Living: Room Suite 5 pieces value $250 2 Mirrors curtains
riorMei In <: .* *"7. and Bradford County Hopltal Cor Phone 154 numerous
NEW CROPPOTATOES SWIFTSCHOPPED Arnold Wldman Plaintiff. Ruth >oratlon to provide' for the fCntab.iHhment -I
I Wldman, TX-fendant. Cane No. 7246. .. : and Bulldlnv. : Mnlntenanc* N. D. Walnwright. Jr. Draperies etc. One 12x12 Rug value $150 Other Rugs Expensive
...... I Order .( Publleatloa mm* Notice and Operation of a Public Honpltalt 1
STATR fo.> Appear Starke In Bradford County, for .. Draperies for 4 windows with Curtains 1 Card Table 2
HAM KLOniDA. to! .

Tliith ddre, .*..Wldman* U: 197(1(whoe Uatheate renldenre Avanue and have stepping fine Lamps Kitchen Utensils Porch Swing solid Oak Old

tlri-n Ton. New are required York) to appear on NOW at the low C I Fashioned Clock 2 Mahogany Wardrobes Glasses & Dishes .
;\I"y 16th 1941.! .In the above named 10
Court and cause wherein plaintiff price--no deli :3 Mattresses 2 sets of Springs Many other items that you may
10 Ib. 38c 12 oz. can 49c ...<>kA. divorce, Ilrndford County

IVIrR-raph In next. four Khali. weekly puhllHh Innuoii.thl* Order v| rYe Drive in need Even clothing and shoes. ,WE HAVE TO MOVE Everything

t .- .oal Wltne I at *Htarke* my, hand Florida and, thin official April) our yard we will load them for you and at the same goes .. Even the Broom!

litn( 1949.OFFICIAL!). SEAI.> A. J Thomai time show you our mammoth new Block Plant in

CAN CALIF. A* Clerk of Raid Court. operation. The latest in design and quality. FREE
Bv r'aven Cro..by, D. C. Boy What ?
f. Frunk Landrum, 8laike Fla., "Most Everything To Build, Repair, Or Remodel")
Atty. for Plf.
MACK RELTSA 4-15 4t 8-6

f lrinrriT' roi RT. nntnronn CERTIFIED READY-MIX CONCRETE LOCATION The Jacobs Kingsley Lake cottage. Turn in at Kingsley
'"( "VrV. PLOIIIDti 1:11: CHAN.:
4'IS:R1'rn..t 1"F.. Ilrown ALL INGREDIENTS INSI'ECTKD: & WEIGHED1IK Grocery at Intersection of old and new Blanding Roads. Keep to left.

en V. Ilrown Defendant. CIIH.. No. Follow the signs.


Helen. V. rtrown uhuiie renldenre

-'-'-- -- .... ... l I..: 11J/ rieechwood Avenue, flUIr..la.
-- -- ---- New
You are required to appear on
May iflth 1949 In the above named
MAC WORLD'S nEST Court and rauno wherein plaintiff
Keek* dlvi.rce. l County Teleirraph .-
: : Ihr'
Klinll thl* Order In

ntxt Wltne four** weekly my hand InHueH.and offlclnl teal

DOG FOOD PURE COFFEE nt l'tU.HtarkB, 'Florida, thin April. II,

A. Clerk of .ald Court.

Hy lUy Haven Held' ..n Crohv, Helden,. I>.Bld C. '., Daytona

4 2 cans 15c 39c Ib.llfarSB. Atty.Ilnnrh for Florida Plf. -, 4-15 4t 5In K ANOTHER BIG FIRSTS ,

riw.lt Court.. Hredford C'.a..,.
flarlilal. In (,...an..r..rl..e ... fer
\ \'. Hart Ulanchard. Plaintiff -
-- va. William Perry Klunchard De-
ndnnt. t'aee No. 7340.rder .
<> of I'nbllpallon and Nolle* ... ....\; ,,:.

To Appear ,- .. ....' .......-. .
*T.ATB -<>f FLOniDA lo :, : ">,1..ot '
Perry Blamhard, whono .' -11<" ...,
: ,
; ; I" :; 'u. < > ,
rexldenre I* unknown: ? -,
You are required to appear on ..........o..!. ',' ,{eP '' ......
May '.
16th 1941) In the above named .

Court neek.* and divorce.mime, Bradford wherein plaintiff County ,, ,. '-.:, ".,....... ....#'1..,. .

Ttloirraph' .hall I publlnh thl* Order ., ,', ;" {
In M'ltnee n.nt. four. weekly I....".... A HEALTHY BUY FOR """''!t'.JiI\!\ :. ;; dt .- ;',4...': .
my nnd
..eat at Starke Florida thin official April 'W't' "et: -t, .:":: :;'(

HII.. I tt4J! 11 :;.;;",Q; .J1$,.,} it; ,
(OFFICIAL 8RAI.) A J Thnmn.. ,,, ..,,, { fif. ,, :' -
A* Clerk of Bald Court. YOUNG AND OLD ,,\ ,. : l ", if,,': I .... I. ..
l Fly Haven Croeby. D. ('. A--" )( '.. .r: '.. : :
J'" fph K. Oruhnm '. .:;.... .;r"iU! o.H .o -
r'FIr1ln.! "'
HMw, Jacksonville, "" ; t k' .1.
I Atty. for plf. Gustafson's )(i :" t:"<; "'J."iIi \\, 'It,
4.18 4t S-l Morning noon and night serve ...... t,'!!'rh,.... "''''.\1....'.'' ''' .
... >.... ... ...' J0
Motlr* Of Intention To> Introdar* fresh invigorating milk. It helps children ,>' '" ....- ""' .... ,,,,- < ,, ,. .
Mpwlal l.rirUlatlon stronger and keeps adults healthier. Con \ t; !:'1': to> !f. 1f1 ..."". } .
grow .
0 Notice I* hereby itlven thnt a bill **" \'. % IA 'f" ; ,
will, be Introduced In the 19V Leirnlitlilre stant scientific care in dairy production Is one ....... 'tfJ. ."k-.l &ft> ,01. j:. t ... ;,"... i. 'oil '., r... ; ;; >
hy the City of fltark for 'N
rertnla/ pitrpoee which will appear of the important reasons for the consistent 1/-.i. ,.">dfi: ,. ""- .",I f"'fi .. : '- : '_

'ollnw>y the.*!title An of Act ald requiring bill readlnir llrailnrd a*- high quality of our milk. Serve it to your

County and any *rhool I dlntrlut, family today and every day.
he nchool board, or other politicalmtbillvlfllo : :

". n'j' I[ a portion*of to the contribute expeaia of and laytjiff pay TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 .COLLECT THIS 25 'x2 7'
Oil ltli rblnll'walk-*,anil Bewer pavtnir*,, watermaln throuirh' or*. FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S .

' : alnno property owned or held by
Haiti, rotinty or It* ald atrencUa In
he. city of Starke, Florida DAIRY
Curl John., City Clerk, CMjf of
Starke, Florida. Jt 4U'ffl

, '.,,,,0'" L. --" > lre or Intention. To IntredareMpe PHONE 2312 $
: .
; ''t:'! .lal l.r illalloi Green Cove Springs, Florida
"' Notice |la hereby irlven that a bill
will be Introduced In the 1944 Flor1j > SERVING STARKE DAILY
>. ...... .. ealHlature. by the City ofdtarke 300
./ : .al<1 bill to empower and ONLY DOWN
authorlxe said City of Htarke torancel
certain outstanding municipal
tax certificate*.
Curl John*. City Clerk, City ofSlarke
., Florida._ 6t 4-1J

;:-.... la Klarltlai flrvejlt!..Court.(.kaneerr.C Iiradford. Couly,

I>. Murray, 1'lalntlff. v*. Amanda Our Farm _
If Murray, Defendant. Ca.e No.

Big beautiful Ranges 7211 Order ml Pnbllpatloa. AedNotlr

with caster cooking OF* To FLORIDA AppearSTATFJ to: MachineryService !O l DELIVERED INTACT!

eurer results than you've I Ii 189.95to rr.. Amanda H. Murray, who.e re-

ever enjoyed before I rI rb 279.95

I FOR j \\tr Total Cost $645TO

b **> i i mm 4

K / su".s (00.6 .con save you time and meney

, "' III'. CL'Z, al g/. UU11l \ .. -- MOST STARKE LOCATIONS -

l c..q feel ov,,, lY .... 1N. Just what it-service? SLIGHTLY HIGHER TO SOME SITES
: -r '
""':' : ai Here's what we try to do:
i sUnitlltNe" for
.. .. 'Peed'FCioUan f. utenailat Keep every Ford Tractor COVERED WITH ROLL ROOFING STURDY WOOD DOUBLE FLOOR
cirC1lJatio /: e. ;: We have everything
1- : 4tuU"'t
.1184 t; need for the small plot you or Ford Tractors and every piece of .. GRAND FOR 2-BEDROOM HOME, GYPSUM HOARD INSULATION

farm parts and acctssorta Dearborn Farm Equip . .
I SEE ALSOCOMPLETE ment working at top efficiency

,,,,,U1tOL LINE Dearborn Farm. and be Johnny-
,; ""r (.00.6 HARDWARE ITEMS Equipment and parts on-the-spot when something

II JI' (O"1.0q.. THIS STARTLING, NIW, FARM IMPLEMENTS strvlca 'C I goes wrong.vw, '

.. "" S''A nce SIMPLIFIID RANGI BY'Wfestinghouse TOOLS ETC. Expert .., Some of our_service Is

Best 0tII cooki1tglni\. VW Farming information free; some costs only for Building Materials

SW1. Contto\t B the parts; some requires m

<>'Ten reasonable labor chllr e.



15 Percent Down Balance On Easy Terms you for a long time.

OPKN: MON. THROUGH SAT. A.1I.P.lf.. Open' AD Dajr S,&. turOay-Oooed Sunday!


Telephone 43: W. Call St. Starke, Fla BRADFORDHARDWARE 1436: West Main Street South

r 1UNI IN TIO MAIONI ...every memlnej, MenWey H evgh 'rUey...Ale N.twer .
DK-411* CO. Phone 2639 GainesylUe. Fla. I CAMP BLANDlNG FLA P.O BOX 569 STARKE FLA PHONfc



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