Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03009
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 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
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03009
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First Carload Against Charges Three Dismissed Held : ; : 'Council Rescinds Action Seeking,

Of Ilmenite For Alleged questioned following RobberyWhen completion Modification Meter Trial Period;

of his investigation into

Rolled Saturday an,alleged Otis W.robbery Walnwrlght by. Nelson, and Qrlffis J.. Suit Moves To Supreme Court Mon. ,

O. Fisher on the night of April ,

The first car of finished lime 17, State's Attorney T. E. Duncan A In a called meeting held ,Just

nite from the Trail Ridge mine said: up. : Ven. Fred Yerkes I before noon Wednesday, the City

eaat of Starke rolled through here "I am dismissing the charges Council, by resolution, rescindedIts

over the Seaboard tracks Satur- against each of the three defend- J. Has Busy ScheduleIn action of April 19 seeking to

day afternoon headed. for the pigment ants because the evidence of whol May England Charge obtain a modification of the park- '.
plant of the E. I. duPon ly disinterested witnesses con : Ing meter contract to permit a

de Nemours Co., at Edgemoor, clusively shows that a robberydid News from Ven. Fred Yerkes. four-month trial period with the
Del. The second car was shlppei not occur, but that on tha who matter to be voted upon In the
who tit In
both those alleged to England as one of the city election of September 13.
Monday and a third Tuesday. contrary, a
have 'teen robbed and the defend i American clergy assisting the
Production at the mine has not from According to the resolution, the
ants themselves were on an all- ing English clergy during: the Easter action was rescinded because
yet Mt full stride as In a new :
operation of this magnitude It will night escapade" fire anti VVhltsun season/ In that he plaintiffs in a suit seeking to

naturally be some time before the I la assisting the rector of St. Thom- restrain the City from Installing

Installation In all departments Is :: : an' Church at Hamwoll, a suburb' parking meters are alleged to 1
Choir Festival
clicking with ultimate efficiency. I have Indicated by their latest
It 1 la expected. that eventually old North London. Archdeacon legal strategy' that they "have no 1

around seven cars of ilmenite wll Turk," went to England with desire for an Impartial and unbiased .'

be shipped out dally. Each car Sunday 4:00: P.M. fire : other American clergymen in response trial of parking meters In ,I

contains 70 tons of ilmenite. tions I to an appeal from the the City of Starke."

Shift work at the mine began Church of England for aid during The called meeting of tha Council
several weeks ago. with the operation The University of Florida auditorium was held after Individual members
(Canter: and Whltsun season be.
will be the scene of the fire
had been
served with noticeIn
on a three-shift, seven days
first annual Church Choir Festival valise of the shortage of English
per week schedule. Around 180( the case of State of Florida
men are employed with payroll Sunday afternoon,. .May 1, at la clergymen since the war. ex ret S. E. Spark. Petitioner,

estimated at $330.000annually.': 4:00: P., M. way lit Born English churches, one that "the petitioner will move before

Construction of" the mine was Nearly 200 voices from churchesIn ing : : rector is said to be nerving (\..000to the Supreme Court of Florida

started In April 1949 by the' Hums, Gainesville and communities i 10,000 communicants. The In Tallahassee, Fla. for a
within thirty miles of the Univer- I ,Writ of Mandamus ordering'and
phreya Gold Corporation of Den ed Archdeacon writes! that there are
sity city ,will be heard In a pro 000 directing the respondents. to call
ver, Colo., on property leased attending St. Thomas's Church
gram of seven' anthems and ten City, and hold a legal meeting of tha
from the State Armory Board by to School, and, that tho School Is '
the duPont company hymns under the direction of Al- : : held In three sessions, 300 children City Council of the City of Starke. "'
vah A. Beecher, Director af.the Fla., requiring them to rescind
to a session, on Sunday after
HmxnJte la used In the manufac- cost
Division of Music. The general I : noons because of the crowded. abrogate and declare null and
ture of titanium ,
a highly public Is invited to attend. J void an ordinance labelled Ordinance .
prized white paint pigment. Formerly all conditions
t No. 119-A. to the
1 General
Since January the
moat of' the ,ilmenlte usedin ate, Me lives In the rectory, and has
Extension Division and the Division ; Installation of parking meters in
this country was Imported from hi-cn visiting. .dome' of the famous.
tho of Starke."
of Music have been conduct.
India, but this source waa cut off churches and school, In and near
ing rehearsals In this area with I ; ; The following Is the resolution
because of unsettled economic London. He plans to leave EngInnd / -
conditions! during and followingthe two objectives In view: first, tobring I : ; on June 8 to return hum passed by the Council rescinding

war. the people of this area a While the Archdeacon In away I its four-month trial period otter
program of some of the greatest The Rev. Leonard Bailey, on '
. sacred music written by Of ( RESOLUTION .
leave from Mackay, North Qu"enllond -
WHEREAS, the City Council of
Ag. Committee''Holds local people; second to build a I Australia. Is taking hispliu'fI
A / City of Starke has entered
foundation on which a statewide
In the ploceso of Florida.Mr. Into
a contract with M. H. Rhodes
of fine music be
program can the .. Bailey In not a newcomer to Company for the.. Installation of
developed In the future, and Gainesville and Stark, for lie Is
First MeetThe through which the participating this of parking meters In the City of.
a graduate of the University Stark.., nndWHEREAS
churches can receive immediate
benefits. Florida. a suit In equity was

Agricultural Advisory Committee -brought by W. H. Graham .t al
Assisting Beecher in conducting
S of the Starke Chamber of I the rehearsals Delbert pr Starke Nine Loses seeking to restrain the City from
Commerce held Its first meeting SteVrett and Joseph Luplewlcz of : Third In RowThe Installing parking meters, and
field, WHEREAS: the Circuit
at Avery Jnn Thursday night '01 e the Division of Music. Frank W. ; Judgeon
last week. Pisani of the General Extension with Starke nine, thin far falling March II. 1949 refused to
tic ; stride loot tts third grant the said Graham et al 1 a
Division, was In charge of theprogram's to hit its ,
Following dinner, brief Introductory temporary Injunction against said l
; of
organization. : North Florida League !tame
talks were made by Guy Andrews I? the to \Venconrett Sunday City and refused to enter a supersedes
of the B. C. Riley, Dean of the Extension 1 to said order, and
president Chamber, 4,000 61. as a
- ".' ) Division, commenting. ; I afternoon .
"and' Carl'Johnisrchairmah': the / result-tho said, Graham ..t'.J.. ,
on the Festival, stated, "We hope fh, game wall pl"ye.l 'on Wesrnnnott's ..
committee explaining the purpose, entered an appeal to the Supreme
of the organization which is to I that through programs of this the i iI / I diamond, with the Hnup Court of Florida. and
'I for Starke being: Johns, cf;
type organizations within the' I
provide, a medium for more complete I kept WHEREAS the City Council
communities themselves will I I McGilff, If,1; Roberts, 3b; Keene, to
agreed the
cooperation between farmers timeR delay Installing
spring to on year-around i|I / Ib, hansen. as: A Smith. 2t! OV ,
up carry
and business men in the solution I parking meters for a period of
of fine music. In this. I I Rlkes. rf; Woner c; S. Smith,
programs I|
of problems and the attainment Htlll sixty dnys from the entry of the
of goals that are in the In- way. musical standards can be I I, Honed Gasaett.'I, p: Hcnrlmro. Ordi-r ,denying; tho application for

tcrunt of the entire county. raised and the life of the ( titles In another North Florldnguinn ,. J"HKU a t..mporl1rynJllnction\ so thnt

Following the general discussion munity can be further .om'j I > I played Sunday Macclenny tho said l Graham could. perfect hisappeal.

members of the committeemet The Choir will sing the anthems i, oiitliiHti'd Callahan to take a 12-0 AndWII1'HF.AB

in small sub-committee groupsto on the first part of the program, I : decision : the City Council In

discuss problems and make and the audience Is expected to { I : I After three Sundays of play, regular; session on April 19, 1919

recommendations In relation to join the choir for the program of j costs ;, Woaronnett And Marrlenny lire durldnd, that It would make an

strawberry production, truck hymns during the second part.Mrs. 1 I lending the LeHgue.VVesi'onnett effort to have the parking meter
i I
crops marketing, poultry, and Edward Charbonneau, who to : has utood out s<) fur contract amended! so a* to pro

)livestock. A list of the recommendations has directed weekly rehearsalsof / : l I chiefly because of the good pltrh- vide for a four months ,JrUI

made by these sub the local group In Starke, requests least : Ing of Lefty Uu rthol and Mac- period. anti then' provide for an

committees will be compiled and all singers who have been last clenny: has displayed power at the expression from the qualified voters -

published in the near future. attending rehearsals to be at that pint as I well as good! pitching. by as to whether or not the park-
I IJozllc'k.M..ndorln Ing meters would, remain In .
Farmer representatives on the the University auditorium Sunday games Jimmy Mott and Mike I open.atlon.
committee were presented honorary afternoon at 2:30: o'clock for town has also displayed good' It being the opinion of the I

memberships in the Chamberof final rehearsal and seating ar- ling hitting." Starkn and Callahan are said City Council that a four \
angement. "We newcomers to the League. months trial period would give I
Commerce, and are as follows: I .
the qualified electors an :
Pete Walnwrlght, Lawtey; James The schedule orglnally railed

Rosier, Evergreen; Frank Nor Court? Of Honor Coach for a night game here this weekwith unpredjudlred to form opinion an unbiased as to ,whether and- i

man. Heilbronn; Leon Conner, Callahan. However, due to
For Boy Scouts : or not the Installation of
Starke; Ira Wilson, Boatdraln; Is the fact that the Starke diamond
parking meters would be made
Clyde Hersey Theressa; Francis Sunday May tat next ,.Is still not ready, the game wasplayel In
the permanent the City of Starke
In Callahan.
Reddish Andrews
Meng, Hampton; : .
New River; N. J. Davis, The New River District Boy andWHEREAS
after' notice of the
Graham. ; and Ralph Hazen Scout Court of Honor will be held said." GIRL SCOUT NEWS Council's Intention to provide a
Brooker on Sunday evening. May 1, at 8
fair method of obtaining an Impartial -
Other members of the commit. o'clock In St. Mark's Parish House. loss" Tho Girl Scouts' had the time expression. from the qualified .
Robert Metzger, District Advance- home of r their lives last Saturday. We
tee are Carl Johns, chairman, R. electors of the City of Starke
ment Chairman, will be In charge to the rode our bikes to Ktngnley Lake
B. Alvarez, manager of the State
: appeared In the press, the said
Farmers Market, T. K. McClane, of the court and will be assisted the i | ana spent ina any ni me .,. JI. Graham by and through his attorneys

county agent Miss Dorothy Ross, by Rev. B. E. Simmons, District here I Hitch plnce... We really spprer'iite' served the City Council
Commissioner. the of Mr. and Mrs,
home demonstration agent V. R.I I Coach hospitality with notice that he would applyto
Ferguson vocational agriculture I I Several Scouts of Troop 70 He Rltrh In letting us use their place the Supreme Court of Floridaon

instructor C. L. Currie, farming will be among those to receive wu ; I MM. Paul E.: Canova drove tierrnr Monday, May 2, 1910 for an

veterans. training program Herbert honors at this Court, which Is the but : out behind im Just In aRe nf! order restraining.. the City from

Deal, director Farmers Home first to be held for several months.It any accidents. But the best pnrt nstalllng said meters pending

Administration Ouy Andrews, Is planned In the future to hold ed, ; of her presence was that she, final' disposition of his appeal.

president C of C and E. L. Mat. monthly' Courts of Honor In the ; carried! a thermos. of water. It thereby evidencing that he and

New River District which comprises ; rome In mighty handy around that hose represented by him haveno

thews.TOURIST Bradford and Union Coun- as last curve. desire for an Impartial and

CLUB ties. Coach < At 8:15\: : thirty-one tired! and unbiased trial of parking metersIn

very sunburned girls arrived safe. the City of Starke.

Tuesday night was game night/ Livestock Market boys and sound back at the usa and NOW THEREFORE be It resolved -

for some 20 members of the Sales Reported ; are planning to take another. by the City Council of the

Starke Tourist Club with re bike trip and stay overnight/ (If City of Starke, Bradford County.

freshments served late In the W 1""'. Moore, manager of the It's o.k. with the parents). What Florida, that the action of the

evening. Farmers Produce Market, Inc., : fun! City Council at Ita regular meetng -

Next Tuesday night there will\ Gainesville reports a light sale of I : The regular meeting was held held on April 19, 1949! seeking

be a "white elephant" bingo party, cattle this week with prices I Mr. Wednesday. afternoon right after to obtain a modification of said

.with Mrs. Anna James, Mrs. Jessie 'steady on all slaughter grades, Hickey \ The Scouts talked over parking meter contract as herein "

Young, and Mrs Marian Howe and a good demand for stocker a son, : ways of raising some let forth be and the same Is hereby

serving as hostesses.On cattle. 18. I I We haven't quite decided", rescinded, revoked and nullified. -

Tuesday, May 10. the club HOGS: No. 1. 17.35; No. 2. 16,- Mr. the way. But there Is a way. Be It further resolved that
all negotiations for modification
Is sponsoring a fish fry and swim 95; No. 3, 16 60 to 17.00; No. 4. It you really want to see a real] of said! contract a shall beImmfllIalely -

party at President W. S. Sibley's 16.20; No. 5, 1800. Louise, bang-up baseball game Just drop terminated..
place on Silver Lake. The men Mr. to the school grounds'
CALVES: Culls, 1800 to 20.00. Be It further resolved that the
are planning to do the cookingand man morning at 9 o'clock. .
STEERS &: HEIFERS: Common, City Attorney be and he Is hereby "
entertain the ladies for the ter, Mary Rue Epperson: '
18. 00 to 21.00; Cutters. 15.SO to directed, to oppose the petitionIn
evening. All persons Interested In Norma Canova, Scribes
18.00; Stockers 17.00 to 21.00. the Supreme Court of Floridafor
attending are asked to notify Mrs. RO
Howe at the Chamber of Com. COWS: Common. 18.00 to 20.- Dr. Navy Recruiter a restraining order prevent-
merce office by May 7 Drivers 25; Cutters 1600 to 1800; Canners lag/ the city from Installing parking -

are asked to meet In front of 14.00 to 1600; Stockers, of a : Here On FridaysL. meters.
ADOPTED at Special meetingof
the Chamber of Commeree office 1500 to 18.00. April
: P. Cain, Chief Machinist. the City Council held on Wed-
by 8 p.m. for transportation. BULLS: Cutters 18.00 to 20. pital,
; nesday, April 21 1919.
U. H. Navy, announces that ,
Mrs. F. J. Shaw Is chairman 25; Canners, 16.00 to 1800. former
Is bark as traveling Navy Re
of the committee for the fish
We had a heavy tiemand for for this area. -
fry and assisting her will be Mrs. cows and calves with an Insufficient DAVIS <
Bertha Pearce, Mrs. Marian number of cattle for the Mr. Chief Cain will be In the Starke Friends of Mrs. Clara Peek will .

Howe and Mrs. Marion Carney. buyers present" Mr. Moore, stat nounce ; office building each Friday be sorry to hear that she Is expecting -
10 until 3 and
am. m.
.1: C. Fauber, a local representative ed. "This week we had several new Wayne p to undergo a major operation -
men from 17 to 31 who are
of the Rex Air Health Unit hog buyers present showing a I hospital within the next four weeks.
In joining the Navy I Mrs.
has donated a phonograph to the good demand for feeder and Peek has been making her'
urged to contact him during I home with
niece Mrs. C. H.
club for use after June 1. butcher hogs. Ovada ; '
during those
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a burden Frances: 11, M'vr Is; whose t.aw'tnn Struet, my hand Mild ITh'lnl
sod address : seal at tll..ke. Florida, tbli. '
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED HillBy Easter Sunday Don's brother Hnakensnrk You are required New J""M"Y' tl' :appear en liF ?ig'i' PEAL) AIM'
IIfJ.t1.L. AL A..I.
Clay -T above' ( Thon'".,
194I! lit nrnVCooV
and wife came. !: gave them chicken and I .-...,".., wherein' pllllntltY! Haven Crosby Am'. Cleric. L>. C.of sold Court-'
1B79rubttohed E. MATTHEWS.. OWNaa-EDITOR I.ur Burgess Mohr and strawberry pie for dinner : .m RWr-srasii I'rAtlford: ( f'nuntY V. Frank Ljindrum Stark.
Issues.Order for flf. '-22 4i"ft?
Every Friday and Entered a* Second ronra, Nebr. and, baked ham and my sour .a In n..xt four weekly hand at ol'l'lrlnl' (

OUw Mattor-at the Post Office at Sterka Fla S, cream burnt sugar cake for sup I seal Witness At tltark.nil Florida. this ,April In Florida Orrnlt In Cnnrt.riuinrrrr.KraniMiN IlVadrord'euny. ,
per. I so enjoyed having them. I IF. 1949! ...
Hhrrrin I revel In the Springtime U"'I"ICI\ A. ( lIf"tatrurat Plaintiff
( A.Clerk, ot rid Court.Cy Peter Defendant .-
the pursy willows glisten In tin. -, but the snows came and SCHOOL NEWSPAPERBy Jo Ann was surely taking: Jim T Frank Haven Landrum Star ", FIO.'A.Allyn. Order of Pnbllnitlon .0otl.. ,.

J3JW Annually $1.50 For Six I'I0Dtiul@JiEDI7' I sun. I dream. sweet dreams. no one visited all winter. I mad Edward Massey for a whirl Thursday night-- for rif._ .-" u 5In -" Peter Appear., Mntagora HTATH, whoHs ntf. PI.OIIII\rnlilcni' ,.i.,

Kate a white apron of dotted 10 Taft A vs.. Newburnrh. New
The Science Club, under the skating:, that Is. Bradford (Count. York
I ought to have worked but the swiss and trimmed It in crochete rirm" Court. You are required to appear
sponsorship of Mr. Nagle, la go- Wonder why Jack and Joycedidn't PlorlihM In ..Imitrerr.William May 2:1: 1949. In the above na..m..S.
robin called lace I have one too so we wore, ing to print a school newspaper. skate Sunday night? "'. Christ Plaintiff v. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
And I knew the river was shadbush our aprons cooked and talked. In 1'aulln. Mary Christ Uefen.lunt. neck aivorce. Vradford County
!Is decidea
A held to
(JA walled; the afternoon Don ta n kusfor a name contest for the being newspaper. The If you wonder why June Bell Case. No.of 7357.PubllpiUlnn. >..tl.l -. to"ppV.r In Telegraph next, four ahall weekly puhllvh! laMII..thUOrdrr..
ride to see the river My daffldols Is hobbling; over school It's be- wr-AI'M' OK KI.OHIHV tot Witness my hand and olTlrUineat
white and wild '
That plum petals contest will be held for week
one ,
at mark, Florida thin
weekend of horse whose
cause of her Paulone Mary Christ "i"1- April
are high. have violets bloom-
: DINT crab bloom up starting with the publication of and address l.::107 w. U. Utf
Ing the south walk. Life back riding. Street New York: (OFFICIAL A. ,
along Is this article. Put and New York City I A.Clerk said
Were filling the air with sweet good. your entry Hear Martha spent the weekend You are required to appear on of COllrt'y
In box that will be above n..m..dC..urt Haven Crosby D. C.
perfumeThe your name a May 2B.: 1949 In the
looking for a spool of thread. pUlntllTiieekn Ray Selden Moisten Building. r. .
At Lawtey little Parrish and cause wheieln ; "I.nr.tona
WHY DO WIVES OUTLIVE THEIR HUSBANDS? breezes Incited my duties provided In the library. Entries That's Home EC for ya! dlvorre. FTndfortl lountir I Beach Florida
took the mumps and could not go will be based on originality and shall publlHh thin Order Attys. for rlf. 4-22 4t '.n
Woman If not the "stronger sex," Is the more durable, says George palledI to church Ea tel'. They were to neatness. No entries will be returned Too bad about Dolph. No won- Telegraph ,

Lawton psychologist. In The Reader's Digest for May. Woman outlast ought to have worked but the have an Easter egg hunt after and decision of the judges der Patsy's at the hospital all

man, either because her biochemical make-up gives her more resistance robin called Sunday school and a big dinnerat Is final.A the time. now. ..
Has everybody heard George ..
to disease or because her life Is much easier than her husband's. I ought to have slept but serene noon. His Daddy went on to prize will be given to the per sing "Cool Water"? b 4'

The result Is that two out of three women past 65: are living without and still church and I suppose they all son who submits the winning Look's like M. M.'s glasses need Is
had a nlre day at Long Branch. Is In- I I
mates. entry. Everyone cordially
The moon slowly topped a pine- changing but it was a black
Mr. and Mrs John Crlng of Miami vited to : .
The American male. In the middle Income brackets overworks crested hill participate. Chevrolet, wean'i It H .' .
spent Easter at
Hill with
himself while his wife finds her tasks becoming progressively fewer And the new born night held its her parents Mr. and Clay Mrs Harrison GLEE CLUB NEWS Don't be surprised If you see

Lawton holds in an article condensed from The New York Times breathe In surprise Moslcy. Harry Mosley a bro-- The PTA and the BHS Glee Idell with a cute blonde boy

': "Woman's 'weakness' Is man's Invention and (blue Ford?)seema to be get-
Magazine. As the sliver and black spread ther of Mrs. Crlng has moved his Club sponsored the Girl's Glee

women don't bother to dispel the Huston". As luxuries become necessities etchlngwlHe family to Princton Fla. A pic- Club of the University of Florida ting serious. t

under the influence of modern advertising the American woman From the lonely marsh came the ture of the new concrete bridge when they sang In Starke Friday Who's yellow convertible Is always -

does less and less, lives longer and lonxer. Meanwhile her husband call'of the loon. on the new road at Clay Hill\ from night April 22. The splendid singIng at Nancy's? And which one

working hard to maintain his place. In a competitive world I ought to have slept but I Lela Mae Carter. Her sweet little tended.On was. enjoyed by all who at. is Kenneth he visiting seemed!!? to be havingfun

dies of a heart attack. watched the moon. girl U standing on, the bridge. ry .l
with the Glee Club's Friday
Statistics show that the average woman/ will ba a widow for eight -Mary D. Wallace. She was just a baby the last timeI Tuesday April 26th the Glee night. And Joan T.-she had a ? (
Club aided the UDC by singing .
years of her lifetime because ((1)) she will live fjur years longer than saw her. Charlie Mosley had a cute date from Clay Hill I ....."". '
These spring days I feel so lazy dance Friday night. Luella Austin several songs In commemorationof ::i.,..
the average man and ,2)) she Is four years younger than her hus- Which one was Joan C. with In
the Confederate dead. Maa.yHorrt.
and satisfied. I want to just stand had a birthday also Easter ( ikl Th. One-Way Discs
band. The problem of living alone Is a serious one to most women and the show Sunday?
In the yard and enjoy the sights Sunday. Lula Mae Mo ley writesIt The Glee Club will have letters are built (In two al..., 510-10-
cannot be unloaded on men's shoulders, for men "don't stick around and sounds and smells. The air had been raining and they were this year and will get a bar for Hear John K.'s putting In an Inch spacing 26* disc, O-,8y -and!

long enough." here is HO fresh no smog or other picking strawberries. They have so each year they have taken Glee application at Harvard U. Surely 10-foot .../ 509- -Inch ipoclng

Lawton urges that a woman consider her standard of living and things to make It foul. I love to many root l things planted even Club. The letter will be grey on a will miss him around ole Starke. 24-Inch disc, o- and Ift-faot al....

the amount of pressure on her husband needed to maintain It. Then breathe deep when I feel weary,: watermelons. I know she was hap' red background and will have a Who is that cute little senior

she should ask herself whether this standard of living and the size of and I find fresh air and sun works I py to see her sister Margaretteand small treble clef mounted on It. that Jean's been talking about? NEW MASSEY-HARRIS ONE-WAY DISCS

the prospective estate are sufficient compensation for a long periodof wonders. Yee. then a lazy happy I John on Ea ter. Mrs. Mahler TRACK MEET 1. C-lrr.lt (-........ Bradford (....'", *
living alone. feeling comes over me. The robin aendn me a recipe for German By Billy Booth Fterlds1 !. l ......,.. WITH EXCLUSIVE Roto.-.eljt
and little' H. W. Ilarra< calls, the sunshine my 'I Sauerbraten. Sure reads good.HKIJTfL vs.
Mr. Hobb's track team competedIn Rachel. P. Rarraclouch Defendant..
blue flowers want me to enjoy, Cane
No. 7ZHO.
: HINTS If do
you the track meet at Jacksonville
I I them. Some how It Is not so bad' not have an angel food rake pan on Friday April 22. Order A""...... TATK fmmllrmtlan OK KI.OHIUl Jt Notlre tut to Koto-lift! Un't ordinary. It's the

C ('NE C/TINE to be mlddleaged when one Is not II write Lorene Fields of Clay Hill The boys on Starke's team were: Rachel P. Harraclourh, whose reiildenro easy way to raise and lower
expected to rush and rip and tear and address IH: 7975 Oxford
she made one by using a round Carl Johns Carl Carter G. W. Avenue Philadelphia. Pennnylvanla. : disc gangs on the Mawey- Nw Matuy-Harrli
,N'/TN A 80TUEoFaXe at things as I have In the early and in the You are required to appear on e.n.w
of my life. I like to walk I pan setting a glass Teston Thomas Harding Joe Warren May 23. ID4D. In the above named One-War DUcs. It's a toll
years center: upside down. It worked. Frank Dryden Carl Edwards Court and cause, wherein plaintiff \ action that reaches lull clearance Lift Onlgn
/ slowly to just be happy. I am
I[ short of line for all dishtowels Leon Bil seeks divorce. FVadfnrd County
run my Starling Louis Haines, In only 40 inches ol Irani.
toll Dim
l looking for the plowman to turnover Teleirraph. shall publish this Order That
\ the soil in garden. I have I made of sacks. I hunK two ly Booth, Donald Bennett Glenn In next, four. weekly issue, And only th. disc: gang rnovn-th* from is fixed
my Witness my hand and official T. Full C I-.-.
the line.
together on They dry Conner, Jimmy Lee Harry Green
two men who have promised. The "jal at Btarke, .Florida this April lilting Is _lr on your tractor. No bulky
quickly. Richard Harold J9. 194"
It first will Crosby Norman connections excessive weight. You eave In Only
one that gets to plowIt. (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas no power
and Thomas Hamilton. Frank
l The earth as it 1M turned Is Deviled Eggs are so good this A. Clerk of said Court because: discs cut clean stay .harp. You prepare
Dryden took fourth place in the Fly Haven Crosby, D. ('. 40" Of Travel
r black and fertile and deep. I will time of year. I find that several T. Frank Landrum. StarkM. Florida, Md bd that hold more moisture resist toll
running high jump with S feet
plant out the Irish potatoes, onions things make them a bit better. I AttyH. for }'It. 4.23 4t 5-1J drilling. See us today-we've got complete details on
7 Inches. Starke also fifth
radishes and such. I cook my eggs slowly In salt about placed ... -
peas Clrrnlt !
Co art. Hradfard C'ouBlr. the MasMy-Harris On.-Ways with Koto-lilt.
will take my good time at the 20 min. Then drain and run cold In the sprint medley composedof Florida i In (....,...,..

planting enjoy it and not get water on them and they peel G. W Teston Leon Starling Adatnurle Bernard Clinton MrPermott Plaintiff' vs..
McDermott Defendant.
tired. My gardens are just the aslly. Cut them around the long Jimmy Lee and Lewis Haines Cane No. 7ZB9.

right size not too large to be way. Put the yolks In a dish, and BRADFORD NINE Order,.""...ml. XTATM PHbllmtlnn OP FIOHII 4t Notice to to, .- -- f...,I 3 sia4_ ,........ ..- ._.__ _.
mash with a fork. I season with Bernard Clinton MrDermott whonereHldenin
alt, pepper and a bit of prepared and addretm IH: 34-31 81MI| I ',a' u': u' .:d'
Jack Hazen did a swell job ofpitching Street Jnrknon Heights New York:
Vi mustard., For a change You are required to appear on
l1u +- against Lake Butler Friday
sardine may be mashed and added. May 23. 1949. In the above named
/ I, April 22, giving up only four Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Fill the white and place on Reeks dlvorre.
Frndford Countv
hits. final end of '
1 The score at the
Telegraph shall
asuch an plate. I pickles and publish thl.Ord.'r
egg put eight Innings of play was six tofour In next four weekly IKKIIO
olives In the center of the plate. I Witness .
hand $
Fresh! MULLET mv and offlrlal UlDijU
In favor of Starke. The
Good for Sunday night peal nt *!|ark*' Florida' this April .
Red BASS supper. Ing line-up was: Jack Hazen-P 19. 1949.UFFICIAr.,
Dressed Cat Fish Three yearn ago I was just winding Jack Walnwrlght-C Jimmy God ( MEAT A. j. Thnmax,
q GOOD Beef / ) AM Clerk of said Court.
/ Sea TROUT up my Clay Hill school term win-IB Jack Eaves-SS BertNewcomb Fly Haven CroBhy, DC.

Large SHRIMP and graduating a large class of -2B, George Roberts-LF .T.'r.. "k for I.nndrum'lf. Starke 4.23, Florltlnltyn. 4t 8UlnoHdrrli. JACKSONVILLEPhone
ninth graders. The next dayY I Frank Dryden-CF Arley McRae-

% of /, The price of beer can be loaded with Steak OYSTERS FISH started north J felt somehow RF. The two substitutes were <'.1.".;.;;:,..i.dr..1;; 't'nunty" 9.0371

; 4 freight or it can be loaded with flavor. that I would never return for I Clayton Strickland at R. F. and ChnrleH 'If. MeyerPlnlntiK. v. MAITLAND TALLAHASSEE

O:i; If you'd rather buy flavor instead of Live Fryers & lIens knew I wan coming west to see James Philips at L. F. James Xo.FranneB 7355.Other ,II. Meyer 1>.t..'1<111, II I. ('lIau Phone Dale Mabry Field

.e 'd freight buy JAX Beer. JAX is especial. ALL FISH DRESSED Don and perhaps marry him. I Philips caught! the last fly ball nf. nhll.ntlon' / A >..tlre to I Winter Park 22611 Phone 140
a. Avnrar. 5' '
1: ly tailored to the tastes of the South FREE OF CHARGE have never been sorry for these hit during the game.TORNADO 'rtrior Pi.oniot tot
have been three happy years. I --------- - ---- ------
east. And because you don't pay extra
still have a deep love In my heart TALES
for freight; you get FIVE bottles of JAX
MAGNOLIAFISH for the Southland. Here lately, about the best placeto
... for the price of FOUR bottles of "Long-
with the "news" la

Distance" shipped beer. -1Uor.III MARKET something Digger Is barking clown at In a the squirrel yard.I at keep the new up skating rink; seems NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU TRYSUEER

r a2 d4.. like everybody !goes there. But
am cooking corned beef. It Is
mCWINO COMPUY.UOKlONVILLlf FLORIDA I about 10:30: In the morning. I In case you get behind, a certain ,

usually write In the afternoon group of girls really have a "gos,

but I had a great yearning for a sip session" every other Thursday -I

visit with dear friends this morn- night. Hope your ears don't I
Ing. Don Is at the store. The sun

has gone under a cloud. Yes my ,

life Is simple just the everyday
things fill me with Joy. I wake In STORES

are the morning and giggle to myself.

Whoopee! I think. ram still alive

I and soon be time to make coffee

and feed Willie. Then I hear Digger -

ttp-toelng In to wake me up.

He sighs and yawns softly and If YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

I do not move he lies quietly by < -
2Jnaa4i linl J
the bed until I get Yes the
simple sounds and smellsand THESE & MANY MORE GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERSSetzer's

! heavyweight champs just living makes every day an DEFENSE-

vent If we can but realize how

Cod bless all
very lucky we are. Your Auto needs Protec-
my dear friends who read this.

LOV"1LURAAPrUAN tion. Investigate Comprehensive BREAD, 16 Ounce Loaf - C

! Bonus Built to last /on?er45Horst7oower/ and Collision Insurance -

L ('. S before it's too

/ J7 t/ok/ (.....,tint Uy&n llnmeatleSALESSKm late. McGrath's Sweet PEAS, No. 2 CanHunt's -

Over /39/Noa' 's/ : 'ICEKEYSTONE Charley E. Johns

I Agency Fancy CARROTS No. 2 Can
SERVICE, Inc.tir.u.tiri. Phone IS STARKE. FLA. -

-std1i H and".._'...be r-Pa l s I.KRYsl'os97 .
: FI..,.

1 .. "'. M'11I1..rhimeI. ....... neprn.slaly.sssrrSSSrSpsSsrsrfl S Armour's MILK Tall Can -
I" R.prMMI...a TRAVELERS, Hartford - -

/'-wa"y --

From where I sit.../. / Joe Marsh Mother's GRITS OR MEAL

,3}!'. 4Th -4i L V How We Licked 5 lb. pkg, 23c

The Parking Problem


FORD HIAVT PUTT MODUS For a while it looked like we'd done comfortably, and the merchant PURE

r-s AND V.6 hT to put up parking meters. have a better place to park
in town including than they had before. Just took asome
Folks working -
Up to 13,300 Ibs. O.V.W. Tlr*. up mak VEL
little friendly cooperation to
of the store ownerwere
Mon Do for CaD / to .25-20's.. Cholc of 100 h.p. Vof -. LARD
taking up an of the apace alonfMsJn everybody: happy
93 h,p. Sin. Heavy duty 2....*.df
Street.Farmers From where I sit most dilfer-
lingl speed. 0.1... Heavy duty
v-b 1! In. 3' -In. .brak coming: to shop never enter can be ironed oat. by: Just.
1 C{ :.rb 01"' or S/K/ by / oar **
_. found a place to park, and sometime talking things onr-m.ybe with a LARGE BOX19c

had to lug stuff a hall mile cup of coffee or glas of b* r-and GALLON: JAR89c

or so. Some started to do their buy: seeing the other person's side of It.

ing in other towns. Finally stor Next Urn you have a problem or
SEE YOU! 7GRB DAL! tit for EARLY DELIVERY owners and farmers had a..toa little difference to settle,why not

together-with the result. that the try Just that?

empty field near the depot was

Andrews Motor Co. fixed up for all-day parkers. c91" U A

Now farmen cd their shopping

Phone 118 StarkeTla.: Opyri/JU...UiuttJ Sum Brewer T..,,"".*.'i.*
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. . . . villa weekend guests of Mrs. Mrs. Ida M. Gentry and daughter Mrs. C. J. Baatedo Mrs. S. E. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. flctltloua name of T Tl A Investment I va. William Perry fllanchard. Da- :otlrt.. .f l..rnlli.. <. latrodar
were Aa Cleric. .f aald Court. Company under which w* are en.Raged rulunt. Case N,.. 7310.Order .
Sue Myrick. Lillian spent the weekend at McKay and Mrs. N. A. Parker. try Haven Crosby D. c. and doing' btmlneaa at the .. I'uhlleatlon aerial I.ral'lntloa
Lake Geneva Silver Springs.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. R. L,. Walker spent T. Frank Lnndrum, Stark Florida, Service! Center Station Starke, FloIdu ants :Nnllcero Notice la hereby. given thai a bill
Mrs. Sue Myrick attended Atty for Pit 4-i 4t 4asIn That the mild hualneea:: la ownedand Appear will be Introduced. In the 1I4 LeeiHUture -
Leonard Hamm and baby last week vacationing: at Lake operated by the follonliiK, litereeted 8TATI3' OF "LnRID.In: ..
church, services at Pine Level Clrralt r..., .or4 ToaaCy, ....rll Ira.: H. Ik. Uooilma8tarke William Perrv nianohard whoa by the City f Stark; said
By Blanche Cunningham Sunday and was the dinner guestof were Jacksonville visitors Sundayand Wales. Klorlilai. In I aaaevrr.Mildred Vlnrldai, T. C:, ILllen, Jrtltarke .. renidvnc la unknown] lllll to empower and authorize said

e McRae. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Stuckey Wilkinson IIrl..r".I'IRln-, Florida: and K. .M. Denmark You are required to appear. on City of tllark by and through the
and Mrs. Owen
e Mr. tiff ".. Folllna William DrlKgera, "t''Iuke., Florida 4-li It 5.6UTII'l6 ,
May lath U4t.! In the above named City Council of paid. City ti> levyand
the birth of a son on ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Myrick and Terrill W. Cunningham. N. A. Ray Forsythe and "Dad" For- announce Defendant. Case No. 7222. Court and muse, wherein plaintiff .
business visitors in Raster Sunday In the Alachua Order el I'alilleatlon aadNolle1 > '1'0 IIII>I>KIIIN'utlc : Meek. divorce llradfnrd (Count acres. a qualifying fee on all
little daughter of Pine Level and S. Jacksonville' spent the week- sythe were Co Appear IA. hereby given that pealed .1.1 Tel..icrHih shall pnhlliih this ''''d..r candidates fur eUi'tlve municipal
Mr. Starke Tuesday. County Hospital Gainesville. STATE OF FLOKID-A' to: bids will l"e received unlll 10 a. In ,
and Mrs. B. Myrick of Galnes- end at his home here. next I"urve..kly lashes office In the City of Stark; laid
FolllnaVllllam DrlKKera. whoa u) April 87, the fallowing
1949. on
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Cannon renUlciu'e IB Witness my hand and official. I roe not to exceed Five Percent of
8H Coluiublia church
r and children Hope. Jonothan and Charlevtnn.. South Carolina: Street Miilldlnw pr"I"'rIY'No. 4:: Main Church Aud Deal at .Htarke Florida, this April8th. :!: the annual compensation paid to
I You are required to appear nn Itorttim.lulldlnir. ItHt.OFPICIAT.! [i (Ito oreupant" of nald office. The as.
Hugh are returning to their farm May ttth, 194. In the above named No.3: 18' T 4V. I ( SRAf.) A. J. Thnma".I'[ aoanntent. ti:> he based on the salary I
Keystone Heights "Malden Lot" in Chestertown 'ollrt and Cause, wherein plaintiffHeeka KulldlnK No 1 : IK x 4V.HullIH.lt A* Clerk' of said. Court. or ootnpenHiillon: .r.. ':ortotrh..r.1 uri
I divorce. Itradford County No. 8: !6' x aN'\ fly Ilnven CroBhy. I It, o. ,i, preeeeding the
Md. this OrderIn The Church reserves the rlffht to .In..ph K. 'kll'.r.. tit OrahamilK. the candidate ounllflea.I
next P'I'I Issues reject any and all bids "" ., Jurkunnvllle, Klurldn.Atly. Carl John. City Cl'rk.
Ed. Timmons of the
Captain I Wllneaa my hand and official I.. A. ('..novo. (,Chairman fur Pit. 4-11 U 6-,l 45t B-a City of ,Stark. "'1..
Air Force who has been stationedin .anal at gtarke. Florida, this March I Hoard, of Truateea. First 11"1.1101
P. T. A. HOBBY !SHOW Japan ia on his to the SI. 1949. I Church mark. Fla. 4-14 Jt 4-J
Students and exhibited way (OFFICIAL. ORAL) A. J. Thomaa.Ai I
parents States. Clerk of said Court :\.>tle. nt Intention tt. HealMterKletltloiiK
r about 30 hobbles In the Keystone J. J. Nork of the DuPont Co. By Haven Crosby, D. C. Vaiii. I
School last Tuesday evening The John J. HemlerMon Eeq., Saint :Notice IB hereby given that thiituleralarned ..
has been transferred to .
Camden AiiKiiatlne, Florida under I the pros Inlim
enthusiasm with which this un- S. C. Mrs. Nork and their son Atty. for Plf. I.' 4t 1.29 of Chapter' tnifll Laua of Florida' .
received should : Arts of 1 11141, will rcKlNler. with the
dertaking .was Charles will join him when school iv: riitrrrr cot HT. nn/inFonn/ Clerk' of the Circuit Court, 'In and
lead to an annual event such as closes June 1. roi NTY FLORIDA i* .II\N. for Bradford, (Countv Florlila.. .IhflitltlouM .
4/KHY. name. of Klectrlc: HervlcSupply .. S
this when the teachers
parentsand Lola ire,,. Brown Plaintiff, va. Phil A under, which I am enxaaeanil "
SEE US FOR their children can participate. Luther. frown Defendant. Caaa No doing. bust' ness at IlilV K. Cal.

Before the regular meeting that 7931. Ht Hlarke, Hradford County, Rln.
OIIDER OF PUBLICATION: That h.. anld. buiilneMH' 'la ow 11.\\ amopernted
evening the first and second grade HeilbronnBy AinI10TI'F! TO APPEAR by .1. II. Kile, llnx 4rtstarke. .
Rythm Band led by Master Dickie STATM OF F1OIUI to: Phil Flu.. !>ated thin t.ltri day ut 1
MAKE Or MODEL Luther Brown whiiae, realdenc and April mil. 4-U 4t 0IX -e O S
Any Slprelle and under the directionof Louise. Norman addrima. la: "'1011' Kermit Itoimevelt. UP TO

Mrs. Caldwell presented two Alto .111 Han-H FrnnrlMro lUvlHlon Fleet California PoatOffice. : iitri'ir roriiT. nit ki>fon ) .
.o..f'. .
Fl.Ollllltl l> 4114N.
selections.Mrs. The Heilbronn P. T. A. met on You are required I to appear on t'IIV. II4
May !9th, 1941), In the above named
W. H. Redfearn presidedat Thursday night of last week. A Court and cause, wherein plaintiff John Hrnxmnn.; Plaintiff vs. Mary Wh traded in IN6o
Hroaman. Pefendiint Cane Nn. 724? .n *n ntw
USED CAR Or TRUCKNow the meeting.: short business meeting was pre aeeka divorce. and reatoratlon of Olll FH OF rrnt.ICATIONAND :!/ 1
maiden name. Hradford' CountyTeleKraph ova eu '
Mr. Fred Dodd led the devo- sided over by the President Mrs. hall publish this Order NOTICE< TO AIM'KAIt
f>F FI.OHIIM to'Mary : 1
tional.It Lois Moore\ The following officers In next four weekly Inauea.Vltneaa Proaman whose residence. andaililrena LIFEGUARDSAFETY
was reported that Mrs. R. V. \ my hand and official seal IN: Okr. I'ninail. Ultima\ ,,
were elected for the coming year: at Htarkn, Florlita, this April a, 1114') Caecliniilova, : .'
Spencer. ]Mrs. Walter Riviere T. N. Norman President; Mrs. OFFICIAL PICA) A. J. Thomas, You are required' to appear on TUiES
Mrs. P. H. Haskins and Mrs. Red- A. Clerk of said court Slav Idth I'M'l. In the abuse iinined\ M t
in our fourth year of reliable, Pearl Norman Vice Pres.; Mrs. By Haven (Crosby 1) C. Court' and, cause, wherein plaintiff! BY w t. 1
(earn had given every child In the Mary Forsythe Sec.; and Mrs. OeoiKe" I. .'..tlen. Hliirke Florida. reek divorce Itradford' Counts' ,

school a hearing test employingthe Helen Sapp Treasurer. The hostess Atty. for lit\ 4-8 4t 4-ill>> Telegraph shall. publish this Order GOOD/YEAR
honest with the Just
dealing public. In next four weekly Inauea.
audiometer. Black shades for for the evening was Mrs la rirrHlt. r....r.t. llrailford. Conntr.Klarlriai Witness mv hand. and official' seal .

the auditorium to Improve the Lois Moore and la 4 henreryJoMeill .. Rlea- at fltarkn, Florida" thin. April llth, '
let know needs. If don't Mary Forsytne.Mr. RtankUH. Plaintiff 1141 S UfaGuards make
us your we visibility of the movies have been nor Ireanak. Htankux, Defendant. (OFFICIAL' 8KAL> A. J. Thomas blowouts harmless
ordered.A and Mrs. H. C. Edwards and Case Vn:- 7327. Aa Clerk of said Court. at ras
Order of Pahllratloa anilSTATM Ily Haven CYoahy, I>, C slow leaks .
children of Jacksonville
have it we'll get it for were visit- ..
you.DOWLING. nominating committee to no- 4pprar T. Frank I.iinilrum. Ktarke, Florida.
choose candidates for the coming ing Mrs. H. L. Edwards Sunday. OF FI.onIDA to-: Alt)'. for Pit. 4.IS 4t &.e Outwear a* many a*

selected. Mrs. A. B. R. L. demons and son Gene of residence Eleanor' tlreNHiik and. adilreaa. Htankua. la 91 Hnylea whose thro. sets of tub...
year In Circuit. Mart. llrailford ('.....,.
Watson. Mrs. Walter Caldwell and Palmetto were visiting his parents Avenue Pnai'oiiM:. Hhode leland KlnrMal. In ( kanrerr.Arnold .
You are reiiulred. In appear nn WI.lm..l1. plaintiff ,,". It nth
Mrs. R. L. Walker will serve In Mr. and Mrs. W. C. demons Mav Dth IlHfl. In the above named, \\ 'Id man, t..I,,rat Cam Nn '24'.
this Sr., last weekend. Court and reuse. wherein plaintiff' Order of Publication and Nolle
capacity.A. *
Itrndford < nuntyTelcitrnph
& B. Watson and H. L. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp had Heeka. divorce ohall publish. this Order'n "' to OF AppearPT.1TN Kl-OltlnV to l

Jr. were appointed auditors. as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. next four weekly laauea.WHneiin official HuttiVltltnan, whom renlileiire. nndaddrena
hand and
Delicious punch and cookies William Sapp of Starke and Mr. seal at Htarke ray, Florida. this April ,Ilr.inic., ;New In: York'11175 :IInhlllll"11"",

were served by Mrs. Henry Hall. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and childrenof 5. I'M1' You art required. to appear. on
J. Thoma"
Jacksonville.J. (OFFICIAL RRALA May 161 h. 104'*, lit the abate namedCaurt
Mrs. Aughtry Vance and Mrs.E. Aa Clerk of mild Court and cause. wherein plaintiffHorka SERVICECENTERI
WAINWRIGHT A, Rushton. B. Edwards of Jacksonvillewas Pv Haven Croaliv. P. C. divorce, llrndfolil. County -
.I lohn .1. llemlerann; ftan: Saint
Ti'li'xrapli ahall publish this larderIn '
visiting his mother Mrs. H.
Mrs. R. V. Spencer and Mrs.H. Aitinihtlne. Florida. next four weekly laHtieN.Wltneaa .
B. Cannon entertained witha L. Edwards Friday of last wekk. Atty. for rif. 4., 4t 4'2 inv hand and official !ante. Road 200 (V. ft. $11))

.... .'... -llrndforil Count peal at Hlurke' Florida, Thin April\ South City I.hnlt.* I Htark
310 Temple Avenue dessert bridge at the Keystone In ( .It .rt. 12th. 141'1>. .

Inn. Monday. April 2$, at 1:00: WAC ApplicationsWill Klnrtilnl. I' In WalMh Chaneerr.John I'lalntlff.. va./ Mar.Karet (OFFICIAL HFAL' A. .r. ThomaaAa I l Kn..M'r J). O"od..an. Owner
Clerk of said Court.; .
Phone 179 Starke Fla. p.m. Lovely prizes were won by Jf. Walsh Defendant Caaa Fly Haven Croaby p. C -
Be : ''B
Mrs. J. L. Hill Mrs. W. H. Red- Accepted No. 7266.r I'nblleatlon. "' ..fl.'.. to '1'. Flank t I...",I roll". tflarko, Fla, ;i> u...;., Q'_ } ": .u

fearn Mrs. Edward TUnmons Until May 15th Order**.......... "'r('rM te'1.(),(II)4 lot. Ally for Plf. 4-18 4t 6-0 d ,'.
whore realdenee | .
Mai KaretT! Walsh IN 4-iiirvrr ('0' .. .', \IIFOIIII .1
la: Car. Minn 1'i'Knli- Ill- .
Applications are now being accepted more, Tournlna Hotel Oakland Cal' : .IIIY.lament: .

ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORPCAMP BLANDING for the October class of You are required to appear niinied on, I I. lirown. Plnlntirr va/ Ilel-
May M. I94'' In the above .
en V. brown, Defendant Can No
Officer Candidate School in theVomen's Court and, mono, wherein' plaintllTeeka I I

\ Army Corps. All applica divor.-e.shall. publish ITailford. ...hl.o..rIn .CountyTeloirraph .' 7244.OnnRR: OF PCnLTCATlOVAND : r r

tions must be In by May IS NOTK'K TO APHKAItBTATW
according iKHllea.VllneiiH
next tour
OF "FU>ltll"A to:
to Information receivedby \ mv hand and. Helen V. Ttrown whone 'leKlileuceIN
sent. at Htarke. Florida. this April .
I' : 135 tteerhwouil Avenuo, fUiMata..
Sgt. Bonita Lynn WAC recruiter nl, 194.UFe'ICIAT.. New Jersey:

for the Gainesville area. ( REAL! ) A..I ..Thorns.Court.Pv .. You nee require! to appear. on ;
Aa Clerk of Maid f
May 10th. 1941 In the above named .f IV"y .1"
Applicants for WAC Officer t'. It
Ilnven Crosby h.l Court nnd, vauno. wherein plnlntlffaeeka t tfa
Candidate be .I'"I ph K. Skipper, Fred. n. Niilile, .. Teleicrnph .
must between the dlvorcu 'ITailford Countv '
.. 221 Ilrn ham Mag.. J ,
of 19 and 28 and 4.22 4t H-11 shall piibllxh\ this Order In
ages single, Attya. for IMf._ next four, weekly: Inanea.Wltneaa .
must have two years of accredited mv hanl! and offlrlnl heal
college education or be able to In (-.,iriilonrt.I .In ..........llrnilfonl...',... Cxnnlr.Kli.rliln at Htarke, Florida, thla April, 11.
Another Big First! .
PlalnlllT. '
VlrKlnln' O
pass an appropriate Army educa- Illackwooil, Iiefrndiint.Cnno (UFFlCTAI.5l'A1.1! A. J. Thomas
lilllnrd .
Aa Clerk of .0"1" l ( ''ur'
tional examination. "
: No 7i. "hIl".n .. By Haven Croahv f). C.
; Mo l.-e totmirnr.
tinier nt ,
Applicants without prior service ... Ray HuM.Ti Helden Ulilu. nylona
or%'I'M Of "'I.onln' i.Iiihn
s'I will receive 10 weeks basic train. IHIIaril I'lni-kwood, whose res.Idnnre All hearlt)'. 'tor Pit. I. HII\ 5-e
ing before starting OCS at Camp la unknown: -
You are r.'iiilred' to appear, on In Tlreiilt Court llrailford luualr.
Lee Va. Upon successful com- Mav S3 IfMt. In the above namedCourt Florldai, III f.hanrerr.Verle .
pletion of the 6-months course and I cmme, wherein plnlntIRpcpks Halt, Illani. hard I'lnlntirf'
control 1
s'w. illvorre cuntodv *
candidates will be commissioned of minor children, nradfurdl'nnty\ l I
as 2nd Lieutenants on Active duty. Telegraph. shall publish. thlaOi,"l,,'r II ,
In next four weekly lK"ueaVltnena .
Complete Information and applications \ my hand and, nfflclal' PHONE 218 I
V may be obtained from seal at Htarke. Florida, title' April
U. 144'1
.4 Post the Army Office Recruiting Station 335 (OFFICIAL An Clerk A.of aalil J Churl.. COLONIAIJFLORIST Active bodies thrive on milk. And boys
building Gainesville.iv .
f ny Haven. Crosby D. C. milk GUS-
love especially
and girls -
1 r ClOve
r'r:5 t fterwlck! Andnraon Clreen
: nncriT rot'n-r. mi tnrnnn If"r'n.o.' i Florida, TAFSON'S milk which always hits the
: COIN-TV' FLONIMtl I> ('Ht:*. AU)'". for Plf. 4-S3 4t 6-13
[ C"KM; V.Inaeph spot with youngsters, of every alte. Long
Slofklaa, Plaintiff. v". Irma In Circuit ('i.url." llrmlfuril Cnualr. wealthof
demand the
: Slofkln"' Defendant. fane Nil 7231onnErt Klorldai I* (aaHrerr.I happy hours of play
rat V OF ppnriCATiov: >. ltosone lle ch, It"'h; Plaintiff j.N" vs.Florence energy t Ihnt'H In every ,bottle. For
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ;: ItefenulxntCans :
Itavner ,
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l he It's (;JUSTAFSON'S
STATE wake -
OF FLOHIDA to: Irran 7UfI goodness sure
r. r.Q .
,. : x: Slofklna/ whose realdenc and ailrireaa Order. ml Haklleallna 'niceo
.la; tjni Snyder' Avenue. .. milk!
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FRIDAY, APRIL,29. 1949
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Mrs. Smith HostessAt Judge & Mrs. Adkins Golden Wedding Trask-Proctor Donald Ray TilleyIs I carried the beach 16 members and the of other the partyto four

Of Bridge Luncheon Observe Anniversary Observed SaturdayBy Mrs. Robert B. Trask of Lakeland Honor Guest couples came by automobile. Wieners .

.. \ Mr. & Mrs. McRae has announced the engagement At Weiner Roast and marshmallows were roast.
Mrs. Junlus Smith was hnMteni Judge and Mrs. A Z Adkins
and approaching marriage charcoal fire
ed! over the and were
to the Wednesday morning bridge entertained at a small dinner party Mr. and Mrs. 1J.. McRae celebrated I of her daughter. Elizabeth, to Donald Ray Tilley SKSN, homeon by other refresh
club last ,week at the Keystone: Saturday evening celebrating their Edward E. Proctor also of Lake Kodiak, accompanied
y ::> their golden wedding anniversary a 40 day furlough from ments.
38th wedding anniversary
Inn.The Saturday afternoon at a Alaska, was the guest of honorat
.---. table In the dining room was Arrangements of varl-colored lovely reception! at the home of I land.Miss Trask Is the daughter ol Swimming, dancing and game
Office Gladys Mooty\ IWtohlO'nce centered with a lovely bowl of spring flowers were placed] at their: scn-ln-lnw and daughter Mrs. Trask and the late Mr. a wiener roast given by his were enjoyed by the 12 couples

Phone 29 Killtor rhone M spring flowers, at which luncheon vantage points throughout the Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Bridges.A Trask She Is the granddaughterof mother, Mrs. Peggy Shaller, last during the evening.Don .

" ... .. _ _______ I was served following several progressions Adkins' home on Walnut Street, color motif of yellow and gold Mrs. W. H. Perkins and the Friday evening. The scene for will to
r. ----- - Ray report Long
of bridge. for the occasion. A beautiful low the occasion was the beach and
wait carried out in the beautiful niece of Mrs. E. B. Searing and
Mrs. Tom Slade entertainedthe silver bowl of purple and pink amusement at Beach Calif. on May 10 for further .
pavilion Keystone
UDC Will MeetThe Penoyer-Beam spring I flower arrangements W. H. Perkins, all of Starke. Mr.
club at her home on Klngsley larkspur and gold marigolds centered Heights assignment for his 10 months
throughout the Bridges' Monroe Proctor In the son of Capt. and I
W. T. Week's Chapter, UDC Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beam of Lake Wednesday morning of this the dining table. Street home. The mantel In the I Mrs. L. E, Proctor of Seguln, A truck provided by Billy Miles remaining enlistment.ALVAREZ'STORE .
Starke announce the marriage of week. Luncheon was served following Enjoying the evening with Judge _. .
will its and held an arrangementof
have regular
program living room Texas former Lakeland residents. --- --- -- -- ----- -- -
and Mrs Adktns were Mr and
their daughter, Margaret bridge.
octal meeting next Wednesday, Evelyn youngest, to David H. Penoyer of Mrs. Slade used potted plants Mrs John Love WIlkes of Jacksonville yellow gladioli, yellow statlce In Both rifles Trask and her fianceare mil

May 4, at 3:30: p.m. at the home Jacksonville, eon of Mrs Jennie and native greenery to decorateher and Mr. and Mrs L. F. and yellow chrysanthemum end a graduates of Lakeland High VIII SSSffS
low bowl and flanked at one iI
of Mra. J. B. Cottrell, Camp Penoyer and the late Bert Pen home for the occasion. Chapman of the State Farm and candles In candleholders School. Mr. Proctor served two ,
oyer of Schnectady N. Y. The Mr. and l Mrs. O. L. Beasley! of, by yellow crystal years In the Navy. He attended -- -
Blandlng. In the dining room the re- I the University of Alabama, and ,, ___ ,
wedding was an event of April WSCS To Meet Starke. overlaid withan .e e.e. .en = .e.eOeOe'e..S'Se.e. e
freshment table wall
a member of Lambda Chi AlphaFraternity.
28 In Jacksonville.
Circle Three WMSCircle Italian cutwork Imported linen
Miss Trask attended
WSCS Circles of the Methodist
May Day Breakfast
cloth with a centerpiece yellow
have their Stetson University. They both
will regular
Three of the Baptist WCTU To MeetThe tulips and La France Narcissi.
program and social meetings next Plans Completed graduate in June from Florida
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee leader Three-branched silver candelabra
April meeting of the Laura Monday May 2, at 3 o'clock. Southern College where they are
will meet Tuesday afternoonat Scott WCTU will be held Friday Circle One will be entertainedby Plans are being completed for flanked the centerpiece holding\ now students The wedding... Is

3:30: o'clock at the country April 29, at 3 p. m. In the Coupe I Mrs. D. K. Knight at her home I I the Starke Woman's Club May burning yellow on the tapers.table The held yellow appointments planned for early June.
Breakfast to be held May 11 at
home of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Tabernacle. A report of the District on N. Walnut Street. Circle Two and white mints and In-
Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson. will be co- Convention will bo given at will meet at the home of Mrs. A. the Club Iloune. divid >il cakes frosted In Silver Tea Given
Mrs. J W Kincaid has announced yellow,
E. Call Street.
hostess. this meeting Wood on that the following commit and white with tiny yellow By St. Mark's Ladies

UPH hAve born appointed ui- buds. White napkins embossed In';' /1tja
ing as their theme "Spring Fentl I gold with the names of the honored Is Outstanding EventAn

val": Mrs Marian Carney and guests were used.) The punch
Oar Aim la To Help Yon outstanding. social event of /
i lCCQJg ;; Mrs. L. A, Canova In charge of bowl on an individual table was
the season the Silver' Tea at
the Mrs C. H. Nas banked with plumoaos fern im- u wn
worthy program chairman of decorations, budded with individual yellow which the Ladies Auxiliary of the

BWfER-SPEND l S Sch""k Mrs.! Kate Sheppard chairman of gladioli blooms Interspersed with Episcopal Church entertained
from 4 to 6 Thursday afternoon
table arrangements, and Mrs. M. yellow statlce On the buffet wasa
: F. Brown, ticket chairman. modernistic arrangement of yel- of House last week at St. Mark's Parish

This promises to be one of the low gladioli, pompom chrysan
most outstanding events given by themuma and spikes of double Mrs Leonard F. Smith Jr..

: Your Pantry for these Favorite the Woman's Club and membersare white larkspur, flanked at one greeted guests at the door and In
'P asked to make their reservations side by two porrelian miniature the receiving line In front of the

early by calling Mrs. Junius gold trimmed deer. fireplace were :Mrs. O. L. Beasley

Smith, phone 28.Woodman Guests were welcomed at the Mrs Bertram Simmons Mrs Mat-
door by Mrs. Jack Parker. The tie Gahngan and Mrs. R. J. Davis.

Circle receiving line was composed of The mantel held a formal arrangement -

I the host and hostess, Mr. and of white and yellow
Met TuesdayThe Mrs. Bridges the honorees, Mr. gladioli, yellow otatlce and melon 1 l

t: .rI and Mrs. MtFtae and their other colored openfaced tulips. At
IJ1 Woodman Circle met Tues daughters, Mrs. Bernard Ellis either end were placed three-
I day night with the president, Mrs. and Mrs. Alfred Brown. Mrs. branched sliver candelabra with I

Eunice Wilson, presiding. A report MtRae choose as her gown for burning yellow candles] Placed at

of the State Convention was the occasion a lovely white forma intervals throughout the reception ,
given by Mrs. Maude Andrews and of moussellne de sole with a pur- room were potted plants. .

... Mrs. Ethel Raymond. pie throated orchid l on her shoul The tea table wall overlaid with } l
l DON'T "O"GET..NATIONAL .v Mrs. Effle Carter, captain, had i an imported linen cloth with Insets
WICK APHIL. 3O THROUGH MAY 7 der. Mrs. Bridges wore an aqua
J ...kALUTINa THC BASICS, OF THE I two new members added to her eyelet embroidered gown with a of Point de Venice lace Four low

drill team. Mrs Virgie Barksdale corsage of pink carnations and silver silver candle hnlden holding\
NATION.WHITE asked that meetings be startedat buds. yellow tapers Clanked the centerpiece .
HOUSE 8 o'clock instead of 7:30: ( and of opened yellow tulips and
The guest book was in charge
Mrs. Mildred blue iris The silver
'Ie ( Frl'fc tvggestedthat appointmentson
of Miss Jacquelyn Parker 'and
f .v..raCM MUlL the Circle send flowers to the table were used In serving
N s Mrs. Arthur McRae. Mrs. Donald
Mrs F. F. Flume who Is 111. refreshments during the appointed
.< b..0 NO DOCTOR CAN RECOMMEND A McRae served at the punch bowl.
Two Mrs. Em. hours. Mrs. A. G. Mrs,
members Durden
: ETTCR EVAPORATED. MILK fOHINFANT Mrs. Howell Nasworthy. Mrs. W. .r t re
} YUOINa.e malyn Mathews and Miss Mary Horace Foster and Mrs. Lemuel Ie "'--- rte
H. Hurt Mrs. Paul Bridges, Jr.,
Louise Libby, were Initiated at Colson presided at the silver coffee I In GLAMOUR
Mrs. Kate Sheppard and Mrs. Ted as seen
this time. and tea urns.
3 tall, 34c Members are ankecl to remember Osborne guests.assisted In entertainingthe Mrs. J. W. Kincaid: provided "BOLERO SUNDREAM

the meetings which are heldon salon music during the afternoon.Mrs. .
the second and fourth/ Tuesday Among the out-or-iown guestswere R. J. Kldd Jr. was In
>li: 6 small, 34c nights at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Kate Powell Mrs. J. charge of the dining room and Take off that pretty bolero and.you're the bells of the

e R. Lyons and daughter, Betty, those assisting were Mrs Billy summer sun-scene whisk it on and you're his
Sirloin STEAK, -- I r Miss Jo Ann Powell, Mrs. Florence Noegel. Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs.
Ib. 83c t Il ..J>> Jr. Club To Meet Haltiwanger, Mrs. Neta Petcher, Joe Hoover Miss Betty Ann favorite) dress-up date I Frothy white eyelet embroideryand

Mrs. M. P. Chalres, Mr and Mrs. Flynn, Miss Ann Wilt; Mrs. H. C.
Members of the Junior Woman'Club ;I I delicate batiste add wedding-cale icing touches to
Paul L. Bridges, Jr. and Harold
Brown, Mrs. Rufus Grader Mrs.
Rib or Brisket Pablum, 1 tb., 2 oz. . 45c will hold their monthly meeting Bridges all of Jacksonville: Mr. G. W Brown and Mrs. George the smooth bodic.) cad bolero. The skirt is a dance by
Thursday evening May B, al t
and Mrs. A. B. Ellis and
STEW Ib. 29c -- daughters Miller.
8 o'clock at the club house. Dolly and Minnie Ada and ilselil Sanforized fine mercerized cotton. Pink, maize

Fresh Ground Beef, lb. 43cBonrles Pablum, -lb. . 23c will The be program in charge, "May of Miss Musical Oarnltc,',, Mr.Frostproof and Mrs., Mr.Homer and Mrs.Norris Robert of Winsome Class light blue, aqua grey and lilac.i,I" sizes 14 to 20

Hutto. Hostesses for the even Livingston of Ocala, Mrs. A. .L Has Annual SupperThe $6.95
big are: Mrs. Don Page Miss
G b. Brown of Richmond Va., Miss
er Oatmeal I 8 15c
69c oz. Lucile Mitchell and Mrs. Jim
Brisket Corned Beef -
Jackie Drake of Keedysvllle. Md., Winsome Sunday School
Ritch.Women.s. and Mr. and Mrs. E. J; McRaeof class, of the First Baptist Church

Sunnyfield Sliced Bacon, lb. 69c Gerber's Strained Fruits & Vegetables Waldo. held its annual covered dish supper -
Glee Club in the church annex last Fri-

Wilson C. K. SI. Bacon, Ib. 47c 4 2J3 oz., 3 for 27c Gives Concert Here WCTU Convention guests.day evening with husbands as (

In GainesvilleThe Dinner served buffet style (14Q
Sunnyfield Strip Bacon, Ib. 49c The Women's Glee Club of the
Beech-nut Strained Fruits & Vegetables from a table overlaid with a white
University or f'londti was hearu 1
Gainesville Union was host linen cloth and centered with a
Smoked Bacon Squares, lb. 27c 4 34; oz., 3 for 27c in conceit in uie mid;:: auditorium to the District Convention of the low arrangement of red roses
last Friday night.
Womena Christian TemperanceUnion Spring flowers were also used to r
Fresh Sausage, lb. bag 43cWestern Unuer me uueitlon of Delbert on Thursday of this week. decorate the Individual tables

Swift Strained Meats, 3'/ oz. 19c Sterreu the l.uoOIUK) pieaenteu Several members of the Laura where guests were seated.
Pork Loin I a ycu.roUJI..t1 l piogiam Inter Scott Union, Starke, attended. Mrs. Morgan Stephens president

Chops or Roast; lb. 47c spemed with solo numbers and The Convention and luncheon was of the class, welcomed the
tinnier brlgtiieneU an amusing held in the Annex of the First guests. After dinner a social

Quick Frozen monologue oy Mliated\ LangrolU. Presbyterian Church and was hour was enjoyed with Mrs. Jessie
dexo Shortening 3 lb. 77c 'iho tuial group, which iric.uuuu also attended by members from Young* leading in games and
Large OceanQuick Shrimp, tb. 65c the uitlng "pry' charm" (Urleg), Archer and Lake City and the group singing. /
/ /
Frozen tile ever ."\111' ,) Layer from Manuel Host Union Gainesville which Those assisting In serving the

and tj.iei.el (II umperulncK>, Unions comprise the Districts S3 present were: Mrs. F. B. Beard
Perch Fillets, tb. 33c Nut ley and me syncupaied Clap= *0 Mrs. J. A. Adams. District Mrs. Morgan Stephens, Mrs. Paul

n Quick Frozen OLEOMARGARINE lb. 20c warmly reieiveu I by the uudienie. Mason State President. Orlando Jr., Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. Ed Ten-

Headless Dre's'd Whiting tb. 19c A further rests ut' val'lety wa was the Principal Speaker. Icy and Mrs. Jessie Young.
uuuuu oy LAO tenur suave oy Dir

FrrNb Dnimexl &: Drawn actor Merrett.ivirs. I :Margaret Ann McCarty

Fla. FRYERS tb1 57c Kitchen Charm Wax Paper 20c 1... r\. Canovu= Director 01 Birthday Party I Mr. and Mrs. ,"V. E. McCarty
MUSIC, boa,, .
expreaaeU appreitallon For Mamie HenryMiss of Starke announce the birth of I
S : :: :: ;: ,- to cue singers lor their appearance I a daughter, Margaret Ann in
\\'ii' |Sl| IIr1' j \: IVanut PanhPeanut cute in beliulf of Inc, Mamie Henry was the hon. I, Riverside Hospital Jacksonville, b i.. r

l MvMfevfevwc.XJ ::! :; ,, ,. .: o.:.';;s Butter, 16 oz. 33c UI gii School: Wee crub, unuer or guest at a party given by her on April 20. Before her marriageMrs. .
.. parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H McCarty was Mills Lillian :
w:::: .... $- : :-X X .':>'''' : -
:.: .. : q whose sponsorship the concert waa Thomas and she and her baby
:w:<':: ::: Henry, Saturday evening/::, In celebration 1
&YECETAILESVWV.: ;: Swift's Chopped Ham 12 oz. 53cSwift's held of her 15th birthday an daughter are now at the home ot

..... ... .. .. ,i i.IP Miss Jeannette Priest, daughter niversary. her mother, Mrs N. N. Thomas, ,tip.G .
::..:,::+I. ;,: ...:SiWi't;."-..A.:Jw/rt ivA&dXfFla c /
I r. Goldenheart Stalk of Mr. and Mrs C. d. Priest otStarke. Games and refreshments were In Starke. K3 I 'II.'. .
is a. member of the Glee .,
,PREM, 12 oz. 43c Club. enjoyed by the guests on the
CELERY 5c Henry's lawn.Helping ; gt

Miss Henry celebratethe )
IMrkl TatrhSweet Ladies Auxiliary occasion were Phyllis Strtck- t

r J Aril, iceberg :2 FOIL Pickles, 1 pt., 6 oz. 37c Meets Tuesday land, Clayton Strickland, Jack P/I1' ( ,

Eaves, JoAnn Dlnklna, Patsy + x
'. LETTUCE 23c The Ladles Auxiliary: of the Eaves Charles Cooley Carl Carter Y'

; Shredded Ralston, 12 oz. 18c Presbyterian Church held Its regular Harold Lennon James New- I, f-P T
Iced Hum meeting Tuesday' evening. In some Bert Newcomb, Dickie Hen Sun.. MOD.. T.....*., :May 1. 2, 3
the home of Mrs. C. M. Turney derson. Mary Henderson Marlon I'.t

POTATOES 10 lb. 40c Staley Waffle Syrup, 12 oz. 19c with IS members and two guests McRae and Martha Henry. Rogues Regiment

present. Dick Powell, Martha Toren DEBONAIR COATDRESSSumm.r'

Fresh Green Cabbage, It,. 3c Snnnyflrld Mrs K. Q Duncan had charge Officers Club Scene Allot News db Comedy
of devotions and also read an

West. Winesap Apples, 2 lb. 35c Pan Cake Flour, 1 lb., 4 oz. 13c Interesting article on Seoul Kor- Of Dinner DanceThe "......, Thurn., May 4, 5DQVBLK favorite, the cool and easy' coatdress don
en. Mrs H. V. Knight, program with new and exciting drama. A gentle bodice
Informative first dinner dance of the : KFATl'RE with soil
New Fla Wh Potatoes 10 tb 49c chairman an Hummer social season for the little shawl collar is suddenly Important
Mazola Oil, 16 oz. . 29c letter from the missionaries, Mr. State National Guard officers Heading for HeavenStuart with a giant
and Mrs. C. B. Fisher of Iran.
held he Ern In. Glemla Farrrll embroidered flower motif spreading its dazzle from
Baby Yellow Squash, lb. 5c Mrs. \V J. Chandler and Mrs C. and their wives was at on*

Linit M. Turney gave sketches of the officer's Club at Camp Blending ALSO smooth shoulder to a tiny waist I The button-to-hem
Starch 12 .
Red, Ripe Tomatoes, ti,. 19c oz. 12c Presbyterial meeting in St. Aug- Saturday evening. Texas Marshal skirt Is
easy cleverly nil for
ustine. The lenten sacrificial" meal Lt. Col. H. C. Wall of St. Augustine flattery Ol Reltez West-

Fresh Yellow Corn 3 for 25c offering amounted to $18 B I. Mrs. was In charge) of thevening's .. With Tim McCoy haven faille Aqua, maize, mauve,
F-A-B, Large . 27c entertainment. A corktall grey light blue,
1':. M. Davis read a note from Mrs. -
Munowert Dickens who donated $1 to the party preceded the dinner, and FrU Sat. May. 6, 1 pink. Sizes 14 to 40.

Auxiliary: which was placed in the dancing was enjoyed' on the terrace DO.fBLK: FKATTRE:
Dried Apricots. 11 oz. 33c T-I-D-Ei' Large .. . 27c general fund. later In the evening: Trouble Makers $7.95ROBBIN'S

Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf was Among the 120 guests, those
asked! to see about having shelves attending the affair from Starke Lou Garry A the Bowery Boys

P&G Laundry Soap 7c built in the church In back of the were MaJ. and Mrs T. K. Mc- ALSOWestward
organ for flower\/ containers and Clane Jr., Msj and Mrs R. O
music. Thirty calls were made Kldd. Jr.. Capt. and Mr. T. C. Bound

Ivory Soap, Large 14c during the month by different Haven Jr.. Capt and Mrs. Hugh Hoot Gibson Kn Majrnstrd

Ladles of the Auxiliary. A total B. Ingram, and Lt. and Mrs. Al A: Bob Steele> The Store of Values"
of $::1.n was collected for K. Carlisle. From Camp Bland
Also Serial Cartoon
Octagon Toilet Soap, 3 for 17c and Jl.S3 for the manse tund.Dllrlnjt dUe"j I Ing. Lt. Col. and Mrs James A. Starke Fla.
the social hour Ortffen. and Capt and Mrs WW .
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hostess served refreshments. ,I LaMar. -- - .. LH .. 0rAGe

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Mr8. M. C. Ford Jr. and daughter I and behold there .was a five room

Linda Susanne of Sumtcr, S. bungalow practically ready to b.
C. are visiting Mrs. Ford'B mother Jt1'pu moved Into! .'. Haven't heard any Yes The Tourists And Transients Like

d&ddnaeitc Mrs. \V I). Faxon, this week i I complaints from the younger set Our Food .
John Powell spent thn weekendat about not having anything to do

IsaAC Walton Lodge, Yankee- since the skating rink set up shun t lint we still hate time to ratrfebTFif'

= town. out East Call St., Just beyondthe
::- IN1 THE NEWS to the home folks We *
Friends of Mian Elma Lee Hickey city limits Some of these s

l. 4. will regret to hear of the death \\ folk I'm really getIng .mention. other delightful tidbits evenings when I'm feelingparticu FG? P$ l ljl pit-dale jour business and always
Here I have Hope I find out next time
Mrs A. C. Durdon and Mrs. O of her sister Mrs. George WMcCaffrey jealous larly skittish I'm gonna oil up
Mrs. Carrie Adams of Jackson- been thinkln' all the time that when they are to meet beforehand ball try to please our friends at hem_
L Beasley were called to Albany of Green Cove Springs. my bearings and take a turnor
ville Is spending this week with I Ga last weekend by the death of Funeral services were held for this particular department was so I can peek In on the two myself Just see if I

her eon Dr. H H. Adams and Mrs. Durden's brother-in-law C. Mrs. McCaffrey at Beaulah Bap- the most widely read part of the festlxltiesAccording. don't .

children while Mrs. Adams la IL. May I tist Church, Green Cove Tuesday Telegraph but I'm beginning to Ijxik. like the meul.bug really Still Serving Our Famous BusinessIen's:
attending the Federation of JunIor have my doubt, seeing the great to si .letter I managedto
Mr end Mrs Anthony Cermenaro morning: hit town with a bung LUNCH 50c
Woman's Clubs convention at interest that Is taken Intercept, Doyle Conner
being by
returned to North Adams Mr and Mrs. F F. Stump Think half the small fry must be
Starke's contribution the FFAhe's
readers from here to Kalamazooin
Hollywood.Mr. Mass last Saturday after spendingthe I spent the weekend In Monticello ( National President quarantined by now. Including GUIDON GRILL
and Mrs. T. E. Duncan and winter In Starke. have with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson. i the proposed renaming/ of you Carol Temple, Tom Smith, Jim.
They know) Is having. one time on
Teddy, of Gainesville and Mr. The Stumps brought their granddaughter Lura Burgess Motor's "Clay Hill"column gay Carlisle
son. Carolyn
I' Broadway
of New. ,
purchased a part the his tour of the Hawaiian Islands r.EO. KOPF.LOt'SOS!l
and Mrs. L. A. Duncan and daughter some property on the Jacksonville Marjorie Ellen, back to II Seems that everybody Betty Jo Starling, Buster Partln
Just in case think holdIng -
Pamela of High Springs were' highway near the Farmers Starke with them for a two week's young and old. reads Lura. and Ican't ;you I Harold Tvus, Fay an' Johnny
down such a responsible position -
dinner guests Sunday evening of visit. say I blame 'em. for her Johnson, Milton
Market and have had a house Griffin, Brenda
is all work and no play just
their brother and Blster-in-law II moved onto the location. They will Cotton. dresses carefully washed I wonderful philosophy and abilityto listen to this dispatch from Hilo I' Lewis Buffle Berrymnn, an'

Mr. and Mrs. K G. Duncan. return to Starke In June to make and Individually ;, get a bang out of the little Hawaii In Doyle's own words Franklin Simmons Sorry to STARKE BEDDING CO.
things of life Is
For that expe>n..lte Linen or their permanent home here. Starke Dry Cleaners. A I certainly a tonic "The convention much I I hear that Dolph Reddish la In ,
nb.h..I'j I for the sore-pressed soul and was very
Chambray dress. try our new crlif. Mr. and Mrs. A. B Woodham of Wione 28. a success and I enjoyed I I Shadycreat with rheumatic fever _
: to think that she Is still able every
\. Starke Dry Cleaners &\ Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Theo< to minute of the four days/ The Glimpsed Katie Walnwrlghtand MATTRESSES
keep with the
Laundry.Mrs. Frank Castleberry of Auburndalewere Young and children. Sharon and up doings of Clay highlight came when the Hula I I George Flynn Jr. plnch-hlt-
I Hill after
Myra Foy of Lake City Sunday guests of the Lawson Paul are visiting the Young's parents i to Nebraska-even moving way out girls performed at the btinquet I ting nt Howard's drug while firs,' OK. ALL KINDS
families Mr. and Mm. V. S. St John truly a remarkable Howard Is In the hospital ,
brother and slster-ln-
visited her
I tribute to the One of the girls placed a beautiful
law Dr and Mrs. M. B. flerlong Mrs. Ernie Melvin and two and Mrs. H. H. Young. Mr.l I must have to keep her of friend'sshe orchid lets ((200 orchids) I Surely wish I could l have witnessedthat Your Cottonlattres.'J:

last weekend. The Herlongs had daughters Sue Ann and Shirley Young Is returning to his Job with I the long distant postedon around my neck ..you; know the I swan dive Charlie Pinker ,

na! their Sunday guests Mrs S. of Winchester, Va. spent the past the Southern Acid Co In Pasadena.! Come on and let us news hear from old custom Another one of them I took at the skating rink tnthor Made: IntoINNERSPRING

J. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. W .F week with Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. I Texas this weekend while Mrs ]: you Can carried me on the stage and I evening But Charlie. snys heIsn't '
Young remains for several weeks' you suggest a new the only one who hns beenhittin'
Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Murphrey. i name for Lura'a danced the hula with her -quitean
column or do
Grooms of Jacksonville. Friendsof The Starke Dry Cleaners visit. | you think it should remain unusual experence. Had fun the deck with a resounding n
"Clay thud .
Dr. Herlong will regret to hear iKiiinifH. the opening of. Its i nn-I Mr. and Mrs. K d Duncan I Hill"? though. I kiSHed all the girls before Ed Dnhmer says: business -

that he has been quite sick duringthe service. : "PrrHonallsed' Sertlt't* on accompanied their daughter Margaret I left the stage you know- Is still I In t the pink of condition .. I'l'110LSTE ft i'iN i (5
and thnts ho has
past .week. your .better Cotton. Rose, to Jacksonville last Hear that int-inlx-m' of the "Gay just that old custom. I am visiting the front of why his painted & SLIP CVEitS
store that
Mrs. Carrie Rltch Is leaving today Recent guests of lh'V.. H. Friday evening where she partici- DO's" Club were entertained a all the Island before I return beautiful shade .
of bnbv .
for New York New London Nollman and her sister Mrs. W. F. pated In the piano recital garden party at the home of Eva The people are really treating me It's pink U I .1.. !Selection I /
certainly .
Conn., and Boston Mass. While in I Swlnyer were Dr and Mrs C. W ed by W J. CroslAnd at prellent-I Stump (Mrs. F. F.) recentlyThe like a king." Doyle was slated Hear they're giving eyecatching Ili-n- u..' :M.tTF.ItIAI L !S

the East she will spend most of Denny, Mr. and Mrs G K. Lanier dav Musicale Auditorium. hostess would notdivulge I I to embark for the States via lineron dlx Ironer n-vuy n ,
and children of Savannah, Ga., Mr and Mrs Jack Alvarez and' the 27th but I'm beginning to St. Edward recreation -
her time with her son. Dr. Tom the of "
/ names the memb..rs.but hall
Saturday .
Ritch who Is stationed at the sub Mr. and Mrs S. O. HutrheHon and .children of Lake City were the there were IS present, and I I wonder If he won't decide to just Better be there! .night Cash or Creditfull r ,.
marine base In New London. Dr. Miss Florence Hutcheson of Jacksonville .w"E'kendCupsts/ of Mr. and Mrs. you have to be above a certain remain In Hawaii Methtnka

Ritch will be discharged from Mr and Mrs. Crosby A. L. Alvarez. I age to Join (that's a deep dark I I would be sorely tempted --Carolyn'

service June 1 and will accompanyhis Dawkins of Galneavllle and Mrs. For that eWMHlLinen| ..r'' secret too) Hear they had :Make old Htaiiii;;;| |MUH work like 51W Or Drop IN' A Card And Our
Anna Yandle of N C. Chambray lreH. .. > I I 1 Mill t gt t the when I'I ''
mother to Starke. Charlotte < try our new M rIce. a gay time sitting around and creeps new with our rubber stamp| pall

Stop In at the SlarUe Dry Cleaner Mrs. Gladys Harrington has tl Sturkn Dry ("leaner. &i: 'i chatting The hostess had 1 1(I think about the hallowing experIence Ink. Four color. S.V per, jar Bradford Truck Will Cull'J

and talker your summer had the store building moved from Laundry.Mrs tho lawn table fixed up nice Gladys/ Green undtn'went County Telegraph.

"laundry problem the corner of Church "and Tenth W. F. Barefoot of Sunder- ,I enough to be a bride's-with a the other day Seems that hand I

Mr and Mrs Ciolidge: Gassett. I Streets to a lot at the corner of son and Mrs. Lula Wiggins" : of j I lace cloth and lovely bowl of Robert had just returned from

Mrs. Pete Gasnett, and :Mr. and Washington and St. Clair Streets Tampa were gtieats of Mr and nasturtiums Punch bowl full a flRhlng trip to Klngsley/ and

Mrs William Yawn were visiting where it will be converted Into I Mrs P. M Barefoot Thursday of | of crushed Ice and Cokes not to were feeling quite elated/ over ;/ RED HOT BARGAINS!
In Jacksonville Sunday I a home. last week. i I the afternoon's catch when I It -

Mr. and Mrs. George C White Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barkxdnlo I Miss Sue Duncan of Gainesville\ | Tom Blade was In Savannah suddenly occurred to Gladys that '

and daughter Frances of Tallahassee Mr and Mrs C. G. Bnrksdale and I visited her cousin Miss Margaret j and Baxley Ga. from Monday (I she should investigate that -.. : C" I'RiDAY I *. SATUIi11AY oil MONDAY

were guests, Saturday and Mrs. Lula Mott spent Sunday afternoon Rose Duncan over the weekend ,' until Thursday on business.Mr. strange feeling she'd noticed I In .-' r See Dvnmark'H) About Your Furnishing! 'Problems!
Sunday of Mri n. W. Aldermanand at their cottage at Salt I Miss Wilma Alexander was In I \ and Mrs. R O. Dnrmby and her slacks all afternoon :JE"

Mrs. J. W. White. Springs near Ocala.6ABy 1 Winter Haven last week visiting I family were visiting/ relatives In I What she thought was merely her \ lSi! : OUR HUIHJET PLAN EASY TERMS: ; -

Mr. and Mr l. Run 11'syne's. Orlando over the weekend. Imagination turned out to he a
firs R. E. Tanner, Sr of Baldwin healthy -1-inch lizard'! I have
Mrs R. C. Dampier and lion.I 1 I-DRAWER
Phone 52-J I spent the weekend with her I Billy spent Saturday visiting \Mrs It on reliable authority that she OVAL SHAPED( ( RUGS

farSEa\lICE. mother Mrs Laura I. Powell. I Dampler'a{ brother and family.. didn't faint, but I'll never understand CHEST OF DRA\VERS

W* POktOW Mrs. Ilartmann I Miss Hazel Fields was In Oalnes- Chief of Police and Mrs. R. GZelgler what kept her from It -' :! ( FylEI1tIJ: ': ))

yule over the weekend visiting Mr. In Gainesville. On Sunday I Hear that Red Montleth, BX-Cnll
$2."al.o.... ,
and Mrs. R. E. Tanner Jr. I they had dinner with another stieeter has Just been elected. .

Mrs. Charles H. Lewis haM recently brother Mr and Mrs W. T. Zelg president of the Rotary Club aEustls \ MILLS 30 X 8(1LI ( .

TRANSFER returned from a month's : ler, In Jacksonville and spent the Congratulations'! : $16.95

R. B. ALVAREZ SON STORAGE COD trip to Trinidad Brltl hVe"t | afternoon visiting W. .... SmithIn ,

Indies. Puerta Rico and Guantanl- St. Vincent's hospital. l-oiils.. tell Just received a letter Sale Price $1 1 You (unnhl. 1 eprt to

ma Bay, Cuba where she visited I Enjoying a picnic lunch at the from husband, Raymond, now In .
I 28,50 for till client. '
Wo operate local her husband CM-2 Lewis USNMrs |iay *
I Sullivan cottage Cuba where he'll be In training
AJ on Brooklyn SKI: THIS uoNiii.it: it\i{(i\i\ !
&\ long distance Lewis will join her husband I Lake, Keystone Heights Sunday : ,with the Navy for two months -
at Annapolis Md next month were Mr and Mrs Sullivan Mr. before returning/ to his base at

anywhere In U.S. where he will be stationed for the I and Mrs. Harold Mills and Mr. and Norfolk, Va. In June Raymond SEALY POSTURE1": ", ". ofSelreteil

EXCELLENTSTORAGE next two years ns instructor Mrs Mrs Edgar Wilkinson. enlisted for a three year hitchIn "

Lewis, who has been a resident Mr. and Mrs. B. S Matthews November Guess we wo/t't Wail's.l
O here for the past ten years, Is I left Tuesday for Orlando where have to worry about a taxi strike PILLOW MATTRESSES _

4 owner of Berryman Court. Mrs. Matthews went to be under In view of the wonderful service
FACILITIES Stop In at ho Starke Dry Cleaner -:the care of an eye specialist that vivacious Helen Mannsn Killed nllh the famous Mealy Most. everyone! needs. aIOdts'ovcrttl

and talk over jour mummer 1: While there they will be guests of gives Recently she got up at chest fur extra clothing. wetc
Agents ForDelcher < laundry problems.Mrs. !!! 6 with Milt*
their son-in-law and daughter/ a.m and met the train In Jacksonville

See first! George Wilson Is leaving'. Dr. and Mrs H. B. McLendon at 7, bringing \Mine Grady/ i .U'l.H: MESA Neirr feel .
us for her home In White Plains, N. ;i Mrs Emily Faver of Miami Is back from Rochester Minn

Bros. Y today after enjoying a twomonth's :, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ber- Then at 10:30: the name morning spring through fell |>* i. 2pc. Bath Mat Sets

visit with her dllllll'hter'l i j tha Pearce, for ten! clays Mrs. Helen taxied Ruth Simmons and(
Mrs Marian Carney. Mrs. Cnrney Pearce's daughter/ Mrs W. G. L. B. Chambers over to Waldo tu< Top Cover & Rug Beautiful Pastel(

has an apartment In the O. L Godwin who has been visiting/ her catch the Silver Meteor at 11. 3 9.5 0 list price Color" Regular Price 33.9!

Beaslev home> on N. Walnut St. for the past four days, returned enroute to Miami Such whizzIng .
Every Branch of Lt. Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of to her home In Gainesville today around leaves me absolutely 5.0 0 trade in for old matSALE PRICE $2.95

St. Augustine were guests of Lt. Mr. and Mrs Raymond Craw breathless! isemd.. tress regardless
INSURANCEH. Col. and Mrs. James. A. Griffin ford and Mr. Crawford's mother, 34 50 I.IMITKII: NIMBKIl

Saturday and Sunday. and Miss Corrlne Kelly of Jack Note from Cullle (Strickland I of condition Nice For lifts Have A .Set On Hand

Mrs HildA belle Bence and Mrs. sonville .were guests of Mr. and Moser. who's been in Dayton

F Adalin Chace of Jacksonvillewere Mrs. David Kelly this week. Ohio for the past several months

business visitors In Starke Mr. and Mrs. H L. Brownlee, says: "Housing conditions are not IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
c. WALL AGENCY Tuesday and also guests of Mr. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mrs J. any better here so I am coming

and Mrs. J. C. Hoover.Mr. E. Futch were In Gainesville home after school to stay. Easter

PLEASB PHONE 146 .and Mrs. Lucian O. Hazen Thursday of last week on busi Sunday we had snow rain and Denmark Furniture Co.
and daughter Minnie Lou spent ness. wind-36 degrees Boy whAt

Constant Service Over 60 YearsCLASSIFIED- : the weekend visiting Mr. Hazen's Mrs. Mamie\ Brown and Miss punishment these people live

brothers and families. Mr and Mary Bllahtnn of Tampa spent through!" Sounds a little on PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.

Mrs. H. S. ITazen at Center Hill the past week with Mrs Brown's the homesick side to me- -how

and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hazen at. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dnvld Kelly about It? This fast moving a

Plant City. Saturday the Kellys and their generation l Is about to get the

The Starke Dry Cleaners announce guests visited Mrs F H Box best of me Went by the empty

--- the opening of Its. newservices I and family In Jacksonville lot owned by C. T. Wade on FOR MOTHER'S DAY

"remnnallzei. Service on Mrs Carl Wynn returned Tuesday Cherry one Sunday and there was !r -J

FOR RENT J-rm garage rrr'.IC la's'stove Foil sK.mKK: of ntiiv. "irim. your better CotfonV.i from a two week's visit with no house therebut Monday, 10IJco'pl..plnC
A heater. & elec, ...: ._ AMPLY. : Mr': Inu. 3.plll.IFRYERS : i Attending the Primary Worker's her .
son, Merton F. Clark "
at theVeter8n'lI
lor. Adultn. only. Mm 1. L* Sim GIVE 1'F1IfSONAL" GIFT
mon. 314 w. Madison St.- __HP FOR SALE.:, In any J.atternrmn quantity Conference at the Baptist Church Administration Hospital 1
Twin Oak Poultry; ; Farm on high In Wnldo every evening this wpeki Augusta/ Ga QUICK

YOU a B-pu.SALE:rugged Household living furnlRhlna-n rm. milt: way 301. 2.>fc_ml tt, of Mtarke:... alp i are Mm B F. Outlaw Mrs. Max- The Rev. B E Simmons spent PHOTOS

worth 1350 an 18x1)1) hair rug FOR RENT: Furn bedroom kitchen' i (I.. Carter Mrs O. L. LJnson and Wednesday In Savannah Oi. attending K K V I C ftOnI'H0TO' Toujours j .1loi I i Perfume f
made by Hlglow I Sanfnrd worth
reened po..h. feeml-pvt) hath !'oil''. T B Harding. the Annual
.iSO, 5 drape* & curtain for living 014 Church St. lip Convention '
rm worth $75 2 chests of I Mrs. James Preston and jinn '! of the Episcopal Diocese of
drawer worth 836.9! practUlillyntw FOR SALE: Electric. Sfam'; washing! Jimmy spent the weekend with Georg I
: .: with springs. worth ia. In the afternoon he -
niattreHNe' machine, $26 'an h t seen at i'lriwKoreMt participated / by Corday
$150, numerou other Item llfiwtaken Trallor Cutup on (latreavllle Mr. Preston In Lake City Mr. ,I II In a panel discussion at the And
It all Sea Harley K Stronir.Jeweler highway' Itp /
I Preston took the
137 W. Call. St. Moat over managershin annual meeting of the Woman's Finishing ''
ell by t p.m. Hat. It FOR RENT: well. furn house at: job at the Midtown Hntel In Auxiliary of the Diocese which i4
ftlng' ."ley Uakn 4 Ig rm* bath, Lake Cltv l last week.
was held
In St. John's
FARM FOR 8AI.RJO .acres ((20 A Ig. "'screened port h. Apply' IA Church
.acres cleared. 10" of which In good Com, Kpp next door to Mm.Torode Mrs. Ola Robinson of BunnHl Sgt. and Mrs Norbert Szym- Reasonable raKft on Photographing -

strawberry timber) on land road &"ill.10 4 Biro.acre good In(i Itp .was visiting friends hero 5atur- czak have as their guest for sixweek. wedding, partle, and. Car Nome Perfume f and CologneHelena
Hampton city 1 4 rm houiir.light INSURANCE! writ. all line: day. Mrs. Robinson. will be remembered .. Sgt. Szymezak's other Honrlal. events We goany
: ::1I1'v:; la 'I... Alifenced. l fire automobile, liability and *
a a* a former grade Joe Schott. v here. !
of Milwaukee
For particular. Inquire, life See m. for your Inauranc.need WIs.
)'.0. Box 7, Hampton. 2tp 11018| *. N D. Walnwrlght Jr, I2' school teacher here. Mrs. R. P. Stubblns, Sr. of Tal
W. Cal; St., Phon. 154. 1C L HOLLYWOOD CAMERA
Mr. and Mrs W. Edwards lahassee Is the house guest of
FOR RENT: : Two 2-rm. apt*. nnlow..r FOR SALE" : Used radio, phono* and Mr. and Mr'. William O.Stmth her son and daughter-in-law AND GIFT SHOP I RUlenstein'sHeaven i
floor, south slue 202 I ,
1 >JCJ> Chat Dr.l .
frrnph portMblpfl. up. .
.'h..rry 81. Mm Klniity.( ittp 56 II C. Hhphn Ha Court & Madison Hta. If Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss
FOR A-I SALE condition.: a.wheel I new Mock tlrn.trailer T. l.. FLORlUt WKLl.LMtll.HXJ tU Kate Struth Saturday. 7 Sent Apple Blossom Command Performance
Walnwrlght. loAWI.V. 21p_6 d I
( (nton ilmtr carefully warned O
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3.. 4A -In. vr IU A .
JOB WANTED by Pulpwood Driver.David l..taUiA reaIF14Phone and Individually finished
aroonw, General. Delivery.Btarke. II, or Write toi Starke- Dry Cleaner. .A Laun.I!')'.!

"P I J.Macc-lenny A. Ill R1 Fla.KIT 3-4tflyr I I Phone 28.Misses Also Gifts In Fine China, Crystal, & Pottery

FOR model MALE radio: Baby'Reannnable play pen. *priceMm tahln I Joan Carrierter and Ann The Fish Are Biting And -

: C. J. Schaefer Rt. 2, bos m. SELL YOUR TIMBER Wilt will attend the Spring FrolIcs I

Htarke. Its> NOW In Gainesville this weekend Cool )Winds) Are Blowing At. .
Hale. each Wed Highest Cash Prices Paid
Owned MARKET* operated Auction. by J f>. Odom.Jr. plane Saturday for a two monthll'l Gales & Nunnally'sChocolates
.. Ph. 210M. Llv. Oak. Fla. 4-1 visit In the East. She "
visit her nieces Mrs M. C. Stlth' COQUINA BEACHLocated
automalle-draft wood heater: 11 In Washington I). C. and Miss. I,
large coal-burning circulating condition Mary Brownlee In Baltimore\ Md. In Gift BoxesIothcr's
heater. Both In good EDWIN W. PECKOr
Bradford County Telegraph. tr Mr. and Nate Dyal and son. Two Miles' South Of :Marineland
John W. TurnerP. I
Tommy and David. and Mrs T. I.. !
ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED un- O. Box 463 On Route A I .\ .
furnlihed apt. Clo. In. Casey: and daughter. Judy visited I
able. All convenience ApplY. tf Gainesville. Fla. the Jacksonville Zoo Stmdny.Mr. : I
Colonial Inn. and Mrs Thorna Gill and I r e c t I y Oa The Ocean
: : Stark cattle, U or. Thone21HM ".". Send me a postcard and I sons, Sammy and Tommy. Mrs [ ) Day Cards & StationeryCARPENTER'S
Oak Via.
J n Odom Live will Me
It -' come you. Fay Gill and Mrs. J. D Doyle .CAJlINH

visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rohb j
4 IoU ..
FOIKALE: 6-rm hou e on K HTIIWOHM V* kly A .1. ,
In Stark. Elect water heater Mrk.. Margalej ll...-.. :'CI -ZIt in Hastings Sunday. I RESTAETiANT:
bath. Cheap for ca.h Writ 441bus Friends of Mr. V, E. Howard
Box U. MldJIeburg Fla 4tp Brahman
STRAYEDI h.lf.r will to hear that she III. CIi
white I branded 11 on rt. hip' saucer -
F'OlRENT- em, .1....hlwa7..1! aT.Qnlslcy over M-moon on rt: Hide, Wrabt seriously 111 In Riverside Hospital. ':,
.... ., ",,01. nn .
*'.....k... FI..%. 4ittfFOR *oo. Notify lb. Hum Southern abt. f tit.(50reward ... Jacksonville.\ I T A C K L E''' The Rexall Store "

Lake Nurseries, Mao-lenny Fla, HhIII. Everett McKinney "was home I
!SALE' : 4-rm.w-r.en cottage p.rches! on. cityrViTv.n'ence. t *-. from Tallahassee last weekend :Mr. & ;.Mrs. Clayton Codrington Owners-Mars.; Phone 61 Starke. Flo.FRIDAY. .
; .. NIcely tarn FILM t."' 'T HrPOIIrl: I R**> 5. W. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr.. i

t.* wat.r. h.at.rr.'Krp. INa./ 1Etf- UIHMKHoirr RKtnv art... P.15.IHOP.1KM.T 1141.If A. E. MeKUiney.. i. '"


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at Beavers ot Amerlcufl, Georgia at . .' mother .
honored with a family dinner Sunday her Mrs GURsle Newburn. Henderson Saturday night In'
her home, the occasion being her White Springs Friday and went Pine Level Mr. and Mrs G. A. Gay and I M. and Mrs. Otis Allen and Starke. 1'.0TU..RS r Register n.

State FarnlII birthday anniversary. The meal home with them for a short stay sons, Mrs. J. R. Parrish, Wallace\ Mr and Mrs Tim Allen of Palat- We are sorry to report that New Baby For "alual

was served on a long table 01\ the and then on to TalJassee, Ala. to and Little Norma Jean Parrish ka, were Sunday vlllitors ot the moat ot the children In our community Gift At; Our Store
l\fre. Bry.'bltfl I'" beautiful lawn. A centerpiece ot visit Mrs. Nelle Beavers and Mr. 81 Mrs iL M. McRae were visiting relatives In Jacksonville -I
E. D. Allen family and attended have the meaales. We
mixed Spring flowers added to the and Mrs Paul Beavers, Sunday the Baptismal Services at Hamp- wish them a speedy recovery. ') ":'....
beauty of the table's appoint- Mr8. M. D. Nix and Mrs. R. C. Mr and Mrs. Bill Parrlah ot ton Lake < .j.,.
Birthday Party Mr and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and Don't forget church at Corinth .:J '.. .
ments. Out ot town guests In- Nix ot Commerce, Ga were vieItors Jacksonville weekend o)' '
were guests
Mr and Mrs. E. C. Harden gave family ot Brooker were dinner Little Diane Hardy, daughter of 2nd and tth Sunday Sunday '
cluded Mr and Mrs. P. E. Faulk- of Dr. and Mrs. D. L' Nix of Mr and Mrs N. S. Parrish 1J e4
their guests Sunday ot Mr and Mrs Mr and Mr. Douglas Hardy, has School and B. T. U. every Sunday : "
their eon, Joe, a party at of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. from Tuesday until Friday. I p
npr Mrs Edna ot Gainesville .
H. J-J. Lewis. Hayes been confined to Shadycrest Hospital Everyone Is welcome
home Friday evening April 22. J. M. Browning and theIr son Mr and Mrs L. A. McDowell visited Mr and Mr. Guy Harrell this week. Q WEAREverythbllC
Mr and Mrll. Woodrow Thomas
ft was In celebration of the tenth David ot Lawtey, Mr and Mrs.W weekend
of the .
Tampa spent past Sunday.Mrs. Child
and children ot BrookE'r were Mr and Mrs. J. L. Wynn and Deeds Recorded
birthday anniversary ot the honor M. Dinkins and their Ilttle with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner
occasion marked weekend visitors ot Mr and. Mrs. Reda Brown ot High Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watteraon From Birth to 12 Years Old
guest with the son, Andy, ot Galnellle and Mr
Miss Melba Strlnltellow vas Paul Faulkner Springs! visited Mr and Mrs. Shine are enjoying a week' fishing trip J. S. Eunice, Jr. of Bradford
by lighted red tapers on a and Mrs. J. M. Conner Mr and
ful white cake uniquely decorated Mrs. Willie Carter and family, the guest ot Mrs.'J. M. BrownleeIn Mrs B. A. Shaw and children Mott Sunday. to Cedar Keys, and are comforta- Co. to J. S. Eunice, Sr. ot Lawtey: RONNIE.DONNIESTOftE

In a atar deeigrl In red and green. Mrs. Belle McCormick, Mr and Starke last week. Mr and Mrs. ot Jacksonville were weekend Bernice Johnson ot Lake City bly located In their attractive lots 9 and 10 and W 1-2 of lot 8
W. G. Strlngtellow were also house trailers ,while at the Keys.Mr Woodlawn. Sect. 3 S.Ran&e .
Bert Stokes 11. Twp
guests of Mr and Mrs Russell Sunday
Specimen blossoms, tastefully arranged Mrs. J. W. Holmes, J. W. Holmes 228 E, Call StarkeCONWAY'S
further carried out the Jr. and Rev. John Bray, all ofRaiford. Mrs. Brownlee's dinner guests Thomlls. Mr and Mrs. E. C. Long and and Mrs Charlie Ousley, 22 E and containing 211

chosen color scheme. Following Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Sunday. of Jacksonville Rev Whitte pastor of Corinth daughters... Betty and Martha, ot Perrine, have been visiting relatives acres
Miss Pauline Brannen
contests In which prizes were Dobbs and children ot Gainesville and Church Mr and Mrs. H. M. Mc- spent Sunday at Silver Springs. I here this week. ..
spent Friday night
awarded, the Farm boys and girls called during the afternoon to of. Saturday with her parents, MI'. Rae, and Mrs. Susie Myrick were Mr and Mrs. Fred Hazen visited Miss Catherine Starling ot Graham -
who enjoyed this party with Joe tel' fellcitatione to Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. O.W. relatives here Sunday. I was a guest last weekend SERVICE STATION
routed wieners. Dessert Conalated l Crews. I McRae Sunday Mr. Wilson of her sister, Mr. Frank ThomBl.
Mr and Green
Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Humphries'ot are
of the traditional Ice cream and and' C. W. Batten and children of'' the ot Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric Welding
En route to visit relatives In Sycamore, Ga visited Dr. proud parents a baby girl
cake. Mrs. D. L. Nix last weekend. Hampton visited Mr, and Mrs. Nancy Lynn born April 19. were Monday visitors to Palatka Washing. Greasing Tires T- I Batteries Are
WIENER ROAST the southern part of the state During that time the two cou- A. J. Fender Sunday afternoon.Mr Mr and Mrs. Mel Vlckey and Mrs. J. 1-1. Saxon visited her Sold on UDG.T PLAN.
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Spence and had to and Mrs. B. M. Myrick of'' sister Mrs. Della at st.Luke's .
Wanda Lee Linzy ;was hoatess pIes an Interesting trip children of Gainesville\ visited' Mr Dyal PHONE In FOR SERVICE
at a wiener roast at the home of their daughter, Nancy of Atlanta Fernandina Marlneland and Daytona Gainesville attended church at and Mrs Earl Green Sunday. Hospital Jacksonville Sun-

her parents, Mr and Mrs H. R.Linzy Gil. and Mrs. J: Fred Williams ofRinggold 'I I Pine Level Sunday and were din- Mr and Mrs, E. J. Lewis were day. BUSSES
ner guests Robert
Ga. were guests of Rev Mrs. J. Johnson has been
In ad- shopping In Starke Saturday.Hampton. a
Saturday evening
and Mrs. L. from ,
dltlon to the wieners cookies and A. Shepherd recent guest of Mr. and Mra. Gilbert -
lemonade and bottled drinks were Sunday until Tuesday. Mrs. Wil- We are sorry to report. the ill- . I Lamoreaux at Smith Lake.
New River
served to the large group ot llama Is the mother of Mrs. Shepherd ness of Gloria Crosby and Sher- Mrs. T. C. Chastain spent several LEARN TO FLY the easy way. Pay cu
man and Beverly Crosby AU have
will Interested
and friends be
juniors and teen-agel's from the ANn LONG BRIDGE days last week with the Wesley
meaalea. learn. Special charter trips and sight-
to know that she plans to make you
Farm, Pine Groove, Raiford, Lake Andrews at their Lake Cottage
Mrs. E. A.
By Sapp We are glad to have with us In B.1 Mrs. M. C. Sweeney
here before return-
Butler and Starke who attended. a Ing longer to her stay home e the church services Sunday Mra. near Keystone Heights.Mrs. seeing trips by appointment. Phone 117.
Games played around the bon- Mona Shaw and daughters of J. T. Guy will spend the
fire,afforded fun during the par- Rev. William Wilson, who formerly A large crowd attended Long! Jacksonville and Mise Mamie New Arrival weekend In Gainesville with her

ty hours lived In Ra1ford and Is now Bridge Church Sunday. Bro. and Mr and Mrs. Charles Torruella .... ,
Fred --
Kelly ot Tampa. eon, Guy, and family -- --------- ;-
ot New Orleans, La.. was the Mrs. Dodd were dinner guests of announce the birth ot their third
Mr and Mra. Stokes ot Orlando
IIIRTIlDA DINNER 'dinner guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Charley Cowen. daughter, Louise on Tuesday, .
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. COUNTY
The element of surprise added J. M. Bradley at noon Saturday.Mrs. I Harold In
Mr and Mrs. Shiver of Fender and April 19. Shadycreat Hospital
to the enjoyment of the day Sun- W. N. North and Billy Sunday were accom- Starke.
GalneBvllle visited Mr and Mrll.
day when Mrs A. L. Crews was North joined 1\11' and Mrs. F. G. Nan Merritt over the weekend. panied home by Mr. Fenders mother '
Mrs. W. D. Miller, who spent lerlles ('ounclf! ..t
Fonte Crrewa 18 In the Veter- a few days here with her children.Mr. By Wanda Crosby
I an's Hospital In Lake City undergoing and Mrs. B. M. Myrick ofGainesville Mrs. Fred S. Dodd delightfully . .. aMr
entertained the Ladles Council
"Newsome Built"Septic
... treatment for sinus trouble. were dinner guests otMr. at her home "Azure Cottage",
e7k I'I'IU His cousin Mrs. Jesse Lee La- and Mrs Robert Myrick. Sun- and Mrs. Otis Crawford'
Mldlakes on last Wednesday at- !
children ot Jacksonville
zenby III with the children until day. and spent Tanks and Drainage
k ho returns home.It 1olr. and Mrs A. F, Hall an4 The DevotIonal program the weekend with her parents, Mr 1 -' t tL
had an Easter theme, and wu
and Jafrs. C. C, Crosby!.
children ot Jacksonville I L
seems as though measles are were participated In by all\ member 1
everywhere. The victims ot this weekend guests of the H. M. McRace. Friends here ot Lewis Manning Miss Marian Elizabeth Hendel" Systems

section are Miss Margie Moody, Wauchula brother ot Mrs. T. J. son at Starke ;was visiting her
and Jackie Johns and Wil- uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs.
v.asr Betty
Perry, will regret to hear of his
Floyd R. Crosby, Sunday
bur Andrews. We hope they are A miscellaneous shower death on Wednesday, April 20.
soon well and can be back h\ given last at He had been \ill for about two 1.(1'] and Mrs John Kelly visited
Saturday night the
school.Mr. her and son-In-law, Mr
I daughter
home ot Mr and Mrs. Zary Crawford years. Manning was born and
1 1 1IT'S 1a and Mrll. Harold Shiver In honor of Miss LoiS Os- reared In the New River section and Mrs. N. Tomlinson ot Raltord Prices for prP-c..t, concrete "eoptJc

r Mrs. Nan Merritt and Ron Ralph teen ot Lake Butler and Gerald of Bradford County but moved Sunday.Rev. tanks with .eramlc tile fields.
I and Mills Ida Merritt went to Leslie Crawford, whose marriage to Wauchulll In 1912. Mrs. Perry Wlnden Witte ot Deland delivered and installed within 13

church In Jacksonville Sunday will be an event ot the near future attended her brother's funeral filled his regular appointment at miles of Gainesville
night Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Mias Hazel there on F'rlday., Corinth Church and also preached
Mr and Mrs. E. A. Sapp visited Crawford assisted Mrs. Crawford Miss Francis White ot Tallahassee at Boatdraln Saturday night
Mr and Mrs. Alvin Kite In Lake In was the weekend guest ofMr Mr. and Mrs. Balls McKinney
nerving refreshments to the
540 gal. tank 75 ft field ________ $125.00
and Mrs T J. Alderman
Butler Sunday evening following/ guests: Rev and r.frs. I ot Starke were visiting Mr and
640 tank 100 ftt field ________ $140.00
Mr gal.
Mrs Edward Saxon ,
I Mr and Mrs Muton Hays and W. E. Hall Mr and Mrs. Lucian Mrs. John Kelly Sunday
and Miss 125 ft. field ________ 1165.00
Mrs. Rhoda Dowling at Gainesville Conner, Mrs. B. M. McRae Mr, Betty Durling spent 740 galL tank
'A FACT and Mrs. Francis May, Miss and Mrs Leon Conner and daughter last weekend In Eau GallIe. On B. T. U. SocialMr Grease trap with 50 ft field ______ $ 70.00

CLOTHES LAST LONGER! i HeRs and Mr and Mrs. John June Misses Gwendolyn and their return trip, they viewed Bok and Mra. L. A. Crosby entertained Extra drain field ________ $.60 per lineal ft.
CLEAN Tower the Corinth B. T. U.
at Lake
Wales' and visited
Crews ot Lake Butter attended Shirley McRae Vernle Thornton.Mr. .
and Mrs. Felix relatives at Plant City. Tuesday night with a fish fry at
church at Long Bridge Sunday. Sapp Mr and
To get maximum wear out of your clothes I Little Jonnle Caroll ot Jax. Mrs. Eddie Jackson, Mra. J. J. Verda Wall ot Pompano has their home. There were 80 pres- CURTIS E. NEWSOME
let us dry clean: them regularly.. Our Is his grandparents, Mr. RI/don./ Mr and Mrs. Donald Con- been a visitor here this week ent and all reported a good time
thorough, yet gentle, cleaning restores and Mrs. Ira ,Merritt for two ner, Misses Barbara and Nancy Mrs. Earle :Van Alstine has Mr. Floyd Crosby and chll- Phone 2-146 Gainesville
Our service is returned to her home after spending dren were visiting her sisters Mrs.
the hewneM.
original Conner Mrs Jeff Mr. and
Lewis ...
weeks .. ,. ..
I Mrs Eunice -- .
several daya In Cocoa with Ruby Johns and ---
fast, our work dependable, and our prices: i Mrs. E. L. Crawford, Mr. Tom-
'are reasonable. Call us.at 135 today : mle Lewis and children Mr and I - - -

; Mrs. F. J. Shaw, Mr and Mra. ,
Graham R. E. Lewis and children Mr and l

PHONE 135 I IROUT. Mrs Elmer Lewis, Mr and Mrs.
3." By Mn. Johs McKlnlley Luther Jackson and family Mrs.
m1J.J. '. Joyce Coleman Mr. and Mrs. W
Temple C. Conner and( daughter Evon.Mrs. .
Earl Starling, ot OalneRvllle 3tTIO
Percy ORteen, Mrs. Rena
spent the weekend with his mo- SALE
Ave.STARKE Public
Owner Osteen Mrs. Willie Mae Sutherland #
ther, Mrs. Kate Starlln!{ and James Osteen
Mr.ond Mra. 08tE'en' ot Jackson-

ville were visiting her brother .
FLA.Let's I and slater-In-law, Mr. and Mrs.
P. O. Starling Sunday. BrookerBy : BEGINNING

Mr and Mra. John McKinney i
and Lonnie Hines attended the Iva :Mae Lents 10:30.2:30.7:30: MONDAY MAY

birthday dinner for A. YoungbloodIn . . ,

Waldo last Sunday. GRADtTATIOS EXERCISES" ,

Jake Starling at Clearwater Brooker Junior IIIgh School

was the weekend guest ot relatives held Its Graduation Exercise Monday INCLUDING MERCHANDISE
TradeRANGES here. night April 2:5: at 8 o'clock. 1

Mr and Mrs. Henry Altman ot Rev. Simmons of Starke Episco- $ 75,000 Stock FROM OUR ATLANTA GA. ,
Nichols visited Mr, and Mrs. Carl pal church gave the Commencement -
Jones Sunday Address and Supt. H. P. ,

Mr. and Mrs Russell Starling Morgan presented the Diplomas'.
and children have moved Graduates are Milton Mott, La- .
Hampton Junction over to verne Hodges Dell Rogers, Melba i :: WE ARE NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS

;Tetstone, and Morris Ray Carl-
Little Rose Lee McKinney celebrated
her second birthday an- ton. II ''j Rea son for Sale 18 hat JV eAr e Overstocked- ""

niversary, Sunday, April 25. ClltTRCIl SERV7CES

Mrs Leon Wynn and children A large crowd attended Cot- I ''II

have moved to Cairo, Ga. to stay tage Prayer sleeting at the home I
with her sister Mr. Nellie Womblo. ot Mrs. C. HI\rrell Thursday n IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY THAT
TRADE with SLADE & SAVE night! You are Invited to attend N 0 W I
Weekend guests ot 1\11', and Mrs. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I
John Meklnney were 1\11' and loIrll. ,at the church Wednesday night DIAMOND, A or GIFT !
Lee Youngblood Mr and Mrs 'st 8 o'dock. And then Cottage!

If have an old Range Refrigerator Victor McLeod and Mr and Mrs Prayer Meeting at HOme ot the '1
you Curtis Youngblood all at Wau- homes on Thursday night. Sunday j

or Hot Water Heater you would blood chula ot Mr.Stbring and Mrs.. Mr John and Young-Mrs. School Worship at at 10 11 o'clock o'clock Training Morning! :: pull Is The Largest Stock Of Fine DIAi1IONDS

Zeke Youngblood ot Sarasota, Union 7 o'clock and church at H I S

like to trade, see us and get the most blood and Mr and and daughters Mrs.! Walton ot Tampa.Young 8 church o'clock, Sunday at the Baptist ., Ever Seen In Starke !


for old All kind's and slrxs, of account Mr and Mrs. V. V. Hazen ; .,
one .
your hook.. Bradford County Tel"Jr1'8ph. were whopping In Gainesville

Reasonably prl....... ''I Tuesday.Mr. and. Mrs C. C. DefORe were I :: BULOVAS, ELGINS, HAlIILTONS"VALT- .

OR UEAVTU'l'HUrtT; visiting! Mrs. Deere's parents Mr, W t hFREE

I YOUR TilE 1101" WITII land I L. Mrs.L. Parker O. W.was Barry shopping, Sunday In I a c e S HAILS, \VYLER, LON GINES, Etc.

If you auld like to purchase any of NRW I Gainesville Monday.
NRWSUNMASTER Mr and Mrs. J. T. Sowell and .

children of LaCrosse were dinner
these items out-right --- your dollar ,'LtTl'.INUMAWNINGS guests ot Mr ,and Mrs. V.. V.

p. will S- T- R E T C- H farther FREE.I ISTA ESTIM.TES ELATION Hazen Mr.Mr.and and Sunday Mrs Mrs., nlht.Herahel N.! C. Mott Laytll'ld and DI.1.10. RING :

and children ot Gainpavllle spent

at Slade's. l\lcCOIU nmNITUlm Sunday at Salt Sprlns.Mr. .
80" 2.U' Starke. FI. Jacksonville visited Mrs. r.U1ler's
For .}'our Complete_ GAS Re- mother, Mrs. Lottie Edwards I .

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r' .

quirements, Remember Attention Cattle & Hog Producers I THIS SALE is under the Supervision of Harley F. Strong ,

IT PAYS TO TRADE {WITll SLADE assisted by Two New York Auctloneers. Every item [FULL
I .

With IIIlthest Cash Prices Being Obtained .

Slade Gas Co. Turn right at Ball Park on Waldo Gainesville Road onto ''I .

North Alabama Road acrd drive S miles 153 Harley F Strong j''

to Stock Yard. 139 West Stan683ce,

Two Doors From R. R. Crossing On Call St. Call St. Florida
Galnesville FJa.I. .
Phone 121
W. Cobb Auctioneer "'. Fred Moore Mgr. -

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APRIL 20, 199

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. At The TabernacleTabernacle I Presbyterian Church Dr. Daniel To Hold County-Wide Revivai sistance in March. ent children families aa against

Services and assistance provided 10,931; and 3,030 needy blind persons -
i services took on a Will Observe Under Auspicies New River Baptist Ass'n.Dr. :
through the Welfare Board as compared with 3,021 In

deeper meaning. If possible, 65th AnniversaryThe E J. Daniels, nationally weren't confined to the blind I February
through the week, as the Spon
known evangelist, author and radio however. Persona over 65: years
Grants totalled $$3,511.714.W) aa
sore pointed out Scripture truths Church
Presbyterian preacher has been Invited to of age who have been found to
which must come to pass In these Is happy to announce the celebra. hold a countywide revival here bo in need receiving grants compared with $3,4'\3,003.30 In
troublous times, and like Ezekiel tion of its 65th
anniversary on February.
through the public welfare
June :5-28.\ program .
.1 Mk lt of old, called for the people to Sunday, May 1, beginning at 10 totalled 4S1. Their checks
stand fast in the faith. (Ezekiel a.m. The big canvas, cathedraltypetent had
a cash value of
Baptist ChurchWith St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. 22:30: 'and 13:5.Honoring : sea approximately/ 1SOO 119.743.50.
For several months various
Dependent children In 180 families .
persons, will be located on the EXPERT
the 50th Wedding Anniversary members and committees have
the big: tent, revival con. B. S. Simmons. B. D., Vicar of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. been making towarda high school ground In Starke according also received assistance during -
ducted by Dr. E. J. Daniels to to an announcement by a the .
Sunday, May 1: 10 a.m. Church McRae. members of the group,, real birthday for the church. month. Their grants ,.
begin June 5th, only a few weeks Rev. Lewis D. Haines, chairmanof <
School. Nursery and kindergarten the Tabernacle was artistically The program, as planned by Mrs. amounted to $7,293.90.:\ Children
away, the Pastor of the First the Committee on Evangelismof
departments In the Parish decorated and at the close of the K. O. Duncan, will Include music benefiting from that program are
Baptist Starke, Is bringing mees- the New River Baptist Association
House Primary Junior and evening service a short program from both choirs, an address of needy ones In homes where one
in under whose
.rtlon for auspices
ages prep a great
meetingThis Sunday Intermediate departments In the was given. A poem "The Golden : welcome by T W. Attaway special the revival will be held. or the other parent has died or
morningthe Church. Wedding", was read by Mrs. Jen- music by Mrs. Edward Char. deserted or where parent Is Inca.
message by the Pastor will be Rev. Haines made clear that
300 11 a.m. Holy Communion and nine Thomquest; a song, "Wherewe bonneau, a brief historical sketch, It pacitated for work. Some of them
"How Conquered. The choir the Is
sermon by the Vicar. Never Grow Old", sung by the morning message by Mr. Kauf. meeting being live In the homes of close rela
will be directed by Mrs. Lucille the of this
sponsored by Baptists
Edna Noegel with piano accompaniment man Mrs. Kaufman's rendition tives who have
Green, with Mrs. Mona Canova at, 6:30: p.m., Youth Fellowship In Mr. Gomes, and violin area a cordial Invitation la ex accepted responsibility
of Qodard's "Adagio Pathetlque", for caring for them
the organ. cooperation with the Youth of I tended to Christians of all faiths ,
obligato, W. B. McKinney, were and an Introduction of visitors by but do not-have the means SERVICE
Sunday evening the message 'I the Presbyterian Church at the Included. Mrs. H. H. Young. and denominations to attend these The
the Pastor will be "Hell Presbyterian Church. service .where distinctive denominational of assistance grants
by Is Hot", The Ladles' Auxiliary Is look. This program Is taking the
continued to increase
first In a series on eternity, fol. 8 p.m. New River District Boy Ing forward to a visit soon, from place of both Sunday School class.ea doctrines will not be dis Rrtlval Chairman months In the state over preceding Chas. C.

lowing the Happy Hour period of Scout Court of Honor In the Mrs. J. A. Ziegler of Tampa, Na and the usual morning worship cussed. whole, Mr. Sparks said. In March as a ShepherdAt

request hymns and choruses led Parish House. tional President of the work. service. All present are cordially "The meetings and messagesare for 100 percent ,cooperation 63,092 received old assistance

by the piano-organ duo of Mrs. Monday, May 2: 7:30: p.m. Wo Invited to share the congregationaldinner designed and dedicated to throughout the county. The plan as compared with 62,337 age In Feb- Gay's Service Station
those who have not
Mann and responded to
Mrs Morse. The
youth man's Auxiliary meeting In the Christian Church which will follow immed
the appeal of the and was enthusiastically received.Dr. ruary. were 20.618 depend.
choir will bring special music, Parish House. iately. Under the direction of gospel to
directed by Mrs. Mann, I the church In an effort to speak Rolan R. Stoker, former
youth The church Is open dally for J. B. Dixon Pastor Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf and Mrs.V.
choir director. prayer and meditation. Theme for morning sermon "A 9. St. John, this dinner Is a nationwide revival which Is the executive secretary the Nation.

Sunday School meets at 9:45: Life Worthy of The Lord". being provided and prepared by only sure and effective weapon to al Laymen's Evangelistic Ansn.
with departments and classes for CIIOICII OF GOD Evening Theme "Memories That the many good cooks of the con stop forces of evil that threatento I
all ages. Plans go forward for the Bring Tears". gregation. A very special birth engulf America and plunge our and for several years executive 18:00: P. M.: 'Some Delicate Choices'
assistant to R. O. LeTnurneau
using of the new building In the Rev. I. S. Williams, Pastor Our Bible School has doubledIn day cake will be made by Mrs.J. great nation over the rapids to
near future. 8th & St. Clair SU. attendance. Classes for all R. Kite Tables are being arranged complete destruction," Rev. was selected secretary of the
Unions Halnes stated.Evangelist. campaign. "Dr. Stoker gave up 11:00: A. M.: 'A Smoking Furnace: and a Hurning 14amp'1I..r
Training gather at 6:43: Sunday School 10 ages. Meets at 10 a.m. and decorated by the
a.m. Daniels has beencalled the!: practice of dentistry In Atlan
for fellowship and program discussions. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Prayer meeting Wednesday Young Matrons' Circle. Tribute fearless ta for full time Christian work these two .rm..nll Sunday by Pastor Bob Gray at the
I a preacher, a modern
night. Women's Council meets will be paid to Mrs. S. E. Brown-
Service 7:30 .
Evening : p.m.Y. > and and has enjoyed a wide, rich and :
Mid-week prophet, a "Billy Sunday"because
service will be led by Thursday at 3 p.m. Children's lee who became a member of the
P. E Seavlce 7:30
the Pastor and held Tuesday p.m. I of his fire and enthusiasm. fruitful ministry In the field ofevanlt'ellam | FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
Wednesday 7:30 hour, Friday 3:30: p.m. YoungPeople's church in 1887. and to Mr. John ,
Prayer Meeting Thursday :
p.m. He Is especially in Its organizational -
native Floridian
7:30.: A, cordial Invitation Is extended CYF Friday, 8 p.m. Uglow who joined In' 1892. These a and
to all to I received his education at Stetson and promotional 10:00 A. M. Bible Classes For All
worship at any ,CATHOLIC CHURCH are the church's two oldest members : : Ages
University phases, salt< Rev. Haines, "and
or all of these services. CHURCH NOTICE and are held In very high Southern College
I Sunday Mass 19 a.m. esteem. Florida Bible School, and we are fortunate to secure his 7OOI, M.: II. T. U.

CHURCH OF CHRIST Suaday School 11 a.m. The Church of Jesus Christ of The pastor urges all membersto Southwestern Baptist Seminary, services."

Week Day Mass S:30: a.m. !Latter-Day Saints will hold Its attend Prayer Meeting on Wednesdays plus many years rich experience Dr. Stoker announced plans for Visitors -Always Welcome !

Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday 'dayBible ,quarterly conference in Jackson at 8 p.m. This brief hour aa a pastor and evangelist. reaching every person In Bradford
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday Study Is every Wednesday ville at the Woman's Club on of meditation and communion with "Great crowds wait on the County with the gospel during

Evening Service 7:45 p.m. Sun. at 7:43: Riverside Ave., Sunday, May I, God helps greatly to refresh our ministry of this great preacher," this campaign. Ha pleaded! for the

I. at 10 a.m., 2 p.m., and 6 p.m. spirits and to Increase our know. Rev. Haines said "He will bring support of every Christian In the

The principal speaker will be one ledge and understanding of what with him a corps of workers including county In this great undertaking."If .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke of the Elders from Salt Lake City, God .wishes us to do, the best musicians and revival cornea," said Dr.
Utah. There will be no Sunday John Warren Kaufman, Pastor song director the nation afford" Stoker, "It will come from God !
Rev. Lewis D. HaliH-s, Pastor School at the USO building; In Approximately 100 representatives In response to the prayers of

Starke on that date, next Sun. CONGREGATIONAL from a large group of Christians," He closed by quoting2nd I
day., churches met at Brooker" last Chronicles 7:11: r r+ sure-fire
"!. The Heart of Town And In The Heart! !METHODIST CHURCH a
Monday night to make plans for prescription for rev. .il: "If my THE HIGHESTtype
of The People" CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Services every first and third the revival. Rev Hal nell, pastor people which are railed. by name

OF LATER DAY SAINTSThe Saturday night, Sunday morningand of the First Baptist Church of shall humble themselves and pray, of modern Serving is Incorpo-
A Southern Sunday night, 11 a m. and Starke, was elected general chairman and seek face and turn
Baptist Church For AM People Church of Jesus Christ of my ,
8 p.m. at Congregational Metho- rated in this up to date, finely
rt f-rrwrrrf jrj s-s-fff-r-rjrrj-r r rfj jr-x-x-f Latter Day Saints :will hold Sun. of the campaign. He presented their wicked ways; then will I
dls Church Brownlee Road.-
Morning Worship- 11OO: Happy Hour 8:00 day School in the USO building on Rev. Ernest on Griffls a comprehensive organizationalsetup hear from Heaven, and will forgive equipped, economical, and helpful
Temple Ave. each Sunday morning Including some 13 commit. their sine and will heal their
Training Union-6:43 at 10 o'clock. Everybody wel tees and made< an earnest appeal soul" Service.

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00: I'. M. come. Land Transfers


SUNDAY MORNING 4 : 'How 300 Conquered" PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS nounced Recent by real E.estate A. Strout transfers Agencyare an. Conference 21 Needy Blind De WITT C. JONES

EVENING: "Hell Is Hot" 10th St. and Temple Ave. as follows: Speaker Receive AssistanceIn

BIG TENT REVIVAL BEGINS JUNE 5TH Sunday School 9:45: a. m.: MornIng W L. Andrews of Starke sold _ Phone 7 Starke, Fla. ______ _
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic to Rudolph DeWaters of New York Bradford County
Ambulance ServiceOur l
"Visit The Church With The Vlaltlng Pastor" Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone City, house and approximately Funeral Director

welcome.. 4 acres In The cane-tapping man seen on local funeral home enables Us to offer conveniences and
the streets the other day may
services Dot otherwise available
have been one of those receiving

Hampton."J i assistance through the Florida ... ..

State Welfare Board, S. E. Sparks, We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

member Diet 0, said yesterday, accept ANY life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY

He pointed out that there .were company, as payment in part or In full on a funeral.
'" 21 needy blind persons In Bradford Consultation carries no obligation.

f County who did reclevo as
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Mocf.// 3805-!37-mJi( wfiM/txiM, Moximum C.V.W. Morf.1 3604-I25V&-hid! ") wIt-'b.-,Maximum G.V.W.5800 lb. Orfwr
6700 lb. Mia ...-..Iabl./ fit light-duly Mcxf.l 3103116inch models/ ovoifoblti' 3804-/137-inch wlmlbaM, Maximum/ G.V.W.
/ wh..lb.-. Maximum/ G.V.W. 4600 lb. 0700 'lb., 3104/ -lid-inch/ wfinlbara. Maximum a.V.W.4600 lb.

John C. Burke, president of I

TRANSPORTATION president Rotary In of "Waupun the' American, Win. Prison and Free Delivery Phone 231

Association, who will bo one of
the featured speakers at the an w .- ::-T "\ or 0 K It II K It' 8 f ,,*-..r xV-.-.- i"-- -
UNLIMITED nual 167-A District Conference, 1 / I 1

International, In Penaacola 1tLl1E: nOSE
C l' BABY r I
May 13. Burke will discuss youth .

'There's a Chevrolet truck service ference during session the concluding Con. R-I-C-E I FOOD f COFFEE 't

for every job' Herbert Deal president of the :I ( )

Starke Rotary Club, Is a memberof f .

with copac/r/ from i,000lbr0 to the Conference credentials com 2 lb. 29c ( 3 For < lb. 39c r

r6IOOO'IIs' G.VW-'rom mittee. Ha will attend the Pensa- ,

mart delivery unit '0manlv. cola meeting together with O. S. .---::- ......... ---A-.... --0 k -
fiavy-tfvfy / Newcomb, prenldent-elect and Al 25c =*=- '

1 mod.'.. Kay Carlisle, secretary-elect, of
the local chub.Envoy .

Worf.l CAMVAll 3116-116-Inch SUBURBAN/ whmml.boi. Durden DRINKS 'I BANANAS

.. Maximum. C.V.W. DREFT
4000 Ib.FORWARDCOMTtOl. Busy PreparingFor

3107-116.1nc1t w"-ba." Large---21c '
Maximum. C.V.W. 4000 'Ib.. Mo for summer
.....lIabl.In Mdlum-Dulf Mo -137./Inch 'wAn/baM/ Matanum/ CHASSIS season are now under way at the 89c 25c
C.V.W. 6700 Ib. Mod., 3742-llS'A-tnch! : wAMlbai., Mad_ Salvation Army Camp on Bed.
G.V.W.7000lb.Alto aroilabl' In Model 3942- ford Lake between Starke and
/137-Inch: irfiMflboM,Motimvm C.V.W.10,000 16. i
Keystone Heights. Envoy
'oda.tab'/ / tor mount'ing
fockogo DWfvtry fyp Durden has been In charge there
... MM rorwarrf-Caiifrof CnaiWi art ..pgIW the four
bf many r puh bi. .......'oclu...... for past
years, residing : POTATOES
there the year .
H$ U"
'round with his

America's Biggest Sellers favorites more Chevrolet Trucks in use children.wife and In prep.four 2 lb. 23c 10 lb. 39c

than any other make. Drive them and see. Drive aration for the
Greatest Servers

them and remember that only Chevrolet brings summer the Durdena season arenow Selected California PEACHES N o. 2% Can --- 25c

Youll share the record-high regard that America you this, fullest measure of finest value together ...... putting In a ,
new baseball diamond

hold for these Advance-Design Chevrolet trucks. with the world's greatest economy. For Chevrolet and are 1 lb. WEINERS DRESSED; & DRAWN
planting I I new
Youll share it the instant you drive them. For trucks alone have 3-WAY THRIFT-the triple This summer .
grass. AND NO. 2!Vi CAN OF
then and there you'll discover the deep-down durable economy of lovr-coat operation low-cost up. they will\ FRYERSPerlb.57c
have four different camps. each SAUERKAUTBoth45c .
quality the outstanding performance: and the keep and the lowest lilt prices in the entire for a period of ten days. The camp

area Is divided Into two sections,
rugged: reliability that make them America's truck Reid one for boys and the other for

girls. Each section consists of :

seven frame houses.The Salvation

( CHEVROLET TRUCKS Army frame plans buildings eventually with to a replacethe more SIINNVLANII : SMOKEDBoston

U. permanent type concrete block Smoked S d HOCKS



TORODE CHEVROLET CO. Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Ray of lb. 25c

Nona Street, Starke announce the lb. 39c : Ib.45cFRIDAY
birth of a daughter, Roya Ann I

STARKE FLA. born Friday, April 22 at St.
Vincent's hospital,


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""011: VolonT ____ _____.___ __.______ __ FLORID. mm%'-. APRIL n. Isis

I I negro spirituals. .
I The address of the day was ,

Lawtey given by Prof. C. S. Partln prin- "....
I cipal of BUS who used as his 1

e nr L. ><. F.+cYt Sees subject "The Rise and Fall of the --- 4

(. . . . Confederacy". lie told of the origin .
I of Southern Memorial t < :
J COMMENCEMENT! EXERCISES: Many how It begun with a few womenIn Day. 4 .r ell i'ri'b. f : _.. ..

Fifteen Junior High graduates Columbus, Ga., who decidedto / Host_ Qwnd and; Qp!!ehJ 6y
rrrtvcd 9th, Grade diplomas In honor the memory of their r .
Commencement Exercises held In Changes heroes J. F. JAUDON
gallant by placing flags
tree Lawtey School auditorium and flower on their graves. This .

Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Mack custom: has been handed down 115 West! Call St. Stark. Fla.

Ptotrh. law student at tho University Al : I'I: each year on April 26, for 88 J
of Florida, delivered the address -
years. Complete line Auto Accessories!' Tire .
to the graduates and Birosnt ,,
.. the Importance of education ExpressOffice Bennett Mrs Canova who sang presented the lovely Henry ., ... ;' Batteries Outboard t :Motors' Fii.Hi R

H* baaed his remarks on the "Old Man Rlvrr". Hev. Hill\ gave song Tackle Radios Ilicycles! And Hundreds

definition of education given by the benediction.Mrs. of other items .

Thomas Jefferson!! and the great J. M. Brownlee was In.1 .: ?r'Ifat.4ih1
: w. :
John Ruskln
Rngllsh charge of the flowers and the

Valedictorian for the class wasRaymond j members of the UDC went to DRESSED IV SHORTS and well fortified with large quantities of have stepping

Redding and Salutator- Crosby cemetery after the pro- bubble gum, Starke Girl ScouU are pictured above as they left the
at the low
ian was Glen Shuford. A F.LOOK has come to the Starke office of the American''''gram where they decorated all USO building Saturday morning on a "bicycle hike" to Klnxslcy Lake. NOW 10

Those receiving diplomas from Railway Express company In recent months, and,! the man largely I the graven of our fallen heroes The thriving troop was recently reorganized here with Mrs Marion I price-no de-

Sept H. P. Morgan( were: Glen responsible Is Agent I. P. Shepherd pictured above behind his desk not only of the Confederacy but Carney as leader Ih) ry. DHve in
Converse Er- of all I
Stanford. Genevieve wars
The entire office has! been completely repainted "top to bottom",
tene Bell, Libby Yarbrough, Bar. our yard we will load them for you and at the name

bars Jean Wilkinson Jeanette with :Mr. Shepherd and his assistant Edwin ( Pee Wee) Williams doing n &: vv WILI HAVECHARTER Rapid Expansion of Service To Rural Areas time show you our mammoth new Illock Plant in
construction of record
the a
Carter Laura Mae the work. They also recently: completed
'Starting. Ann MillT
Bates I.e.nlle Phillips Marklee room In back of the office and the result of all this work l IR !a really DINNER ON MAY 1Z Shows Confidence of FP&L In This Dist. operation. The latest in design and quality.

FUuleraon, Elma (Bunt) Crews. nice looking express office. Mr. Shepherd pas been agent here since "Most Everything) To Build Repair Or Remodel"CERTIFIED

Claude Milliard Maxie Reddish. 1939 and has seen many Improvements come to the office during the The April meeting of tho Starke Despite critical shortages of of Agriculture figures, as of June READY-MIX CONCRETE

... Mary dasklns, and Raymond Red- period of Starke's growth during the war. When he first came to Business and Professional Wom materials, Florida Power &; Light 30, 1918. show that 39,975 farms
en's Club held INGREDIENTS>* INSPECTED l : : A: 'IIf.IIF-U: -
was In St. Mark'sParish ALL
..,*. Starke he used to deliver express" In hli own truckIn the days before Co. during the past three years have become electrified.

The Baccalaureate Sermon waspreached the company put one of Its regulation delivery trucks on the Job last House Thursday evening of built 28 miles of rural electrification "Florida with better than 63 BE SURF: OK TIIK: BEST IIY tCKTIflEII TEST -

In the school auditorium their home at week. lines In the Blandlng district percent of its farms electrified,
here. Mr. Shepherd and his wife recently moved Into ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc.
Sunday night by Rev. W. B. Wll- The committee In charge of the to extend the benefits of electric is well above the 60 ,
percent aver-
Water Streets and he Is now so busy with fixingup
arm of the Methodist Church. The Washington and twice-monthly dances In the USO service to an additional 301 rural age for the eleven southern states. GAINESVILLE FLA.
grayer and benediction were by the place that he hardly has time for his main hobby--fishing. The building for high school students and farm customers, J. H. DuPre, "We can appreciate Florida's

Rr*. Q. V. Lee of the Baptist Shepherrls bought one of the Gulf Stream houses from Blending and reported that attendance .La Increasing -, manager, announced yesterday achievement better when we real

Church, and Mra. A. J. Thomas, have made It Into a very attractive home In Staike. and thanks extended tot "Counting three and one-half ize that Mississippi for Instance

Jr. played the processional.. ---- the club by Mrs. Crave OsborneIn I persons to a meter we find that has only 38 percent of its farms

S C. this I behalf of the school and of the| during this three-year period we electrified and Tennessee with
P. li. Dlnklns of Tlfton, Ga. was relatives in Columbia, Memorial DayOn P.T.A. for their part In sponsorIng -, extended rural electric service to its government-financed TVA has STOP ROOF LEAKS !
stetting his family here duringthe
these dances. Hostesses Du-
week.Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and at approximately 1.06persons", only 51 percent of Its farms elec-
Friday evening's dance were Mrs. Pre said.
week. Miss Ann Butler attended the Tuesday April 26. the UDC I trified. According to government
:Mrs. H. L. 9aaner Is visiting meeting In Valdostalast honored the memory of those gal Marlon Faulk, Mrs. Loyr-e Hart- Construction here of rural lines! figures, Florida Is far ahead."
turpentine mann and Mrs. Desta Dyal. i I has been the greatest of
week. lant noMlers. of the War Betweenthe Florida Power & Light Co. will
Mrs. Jessie Young read a request three-year period In the company'shistory
Doris of Jackson- States with an interesting continue to make Improvementshere s
Miss Starling .
W.C.T.U. ville was the weekend guest of program In the auditorium of from the State Federation I In lines and other facilities,
Bradford High School. asking that all BP: W clubs| Florida Power & Light Co. at DuPre stated. The Power compsny's
H. C. Wainwright. -
IS IT RIGHT ? T tIN her sister support pending legislation for the close of 1915( had 59 miles of
IT RIGHT TO 1\IANU.'AC. Miss Ann Butler who has been The. stage where the speakersand Improvements In this dis-
Equal Rights for Women. I[ rural lines In this district and at trict and
throughout its statewide
Glee Club sat
waR beautifully
TORE ANT SELL A PRODUCT the winter here as the
spending the close of 1018 It had
I expanded
The nominating committee composed .
decorated, with numerous Confederate : system during 1946 1947
WHICH IS THE UNDERLYING of the Dan Harleys, returned -
guest | these to 87 miles an Increase of
and U. S. Flags and of Mrs Thelma Dinkine. and 1948 have cost the company
OAUSR OF MORE THAN HALF to her home In Austin 43 percent.
quantities of blight spring flow. Mrs. Pauline Torode and Mrs.I $52.486,806.: For 1949. Florida
era Flo Charbonneau gave as their! Importance or the extension Power &: Light Company plans to
i. AND DIVORCES IN Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby of recommendation the current slate of rural electric lines was
spend for
Mr. W. O. IIRII.. $22,447.200 new plants
UNITED STATES ? t t Chapter
91& Brooker attended the commence- of officers to serve for a full I emphasized by the power! companyI new lines and improvements

s ment exercises last Tuesday even- "How Historian Firm prcHlded a Foundation"The song was term, to which! the club unanimously I manager who pointed out that Manager DuPre says local Improvements THE PERMANENT
the business
I Ing. Mr. Crosby Is chairman of sung and the Invocation wasgiven agreed. These officers are: [| success and progressof will Include voltage .
President Mrs. Marlon Faulk I, any area Is largely dep..nd..nti w&
; regulators and oil circuit breakersin
by Rev J. II. Hill. Mrs. L.A .
AUTOMOBILE the Bradford County School Board. i'i the
availability electricity.
First Vice President, Mrs. Mar-,, the Starke. Sub-station which
LIABILITY INSURANCE Mr. and Mrs O. J. Phillips chapter" led president in the of pledge the local and /liaret Burdette; Second Vice President will reduce length of Interruptionsdue

Although< not compulsony It Isntwn were guests of their daughter !In salute to the flags. Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Thelma Dinkins; Cor- "Extension of rural"electric to lightning and failure of

safer to carry Liability. Macon, On. during the week. Canova presented. the Ripe Club responding Secretary Mrs. Mil service Improves the Incomes of electric current.

huu ranee. I represent only old Mr and Mrs. J. M. Browning i In a group of Southern songs and dred Sapp and Recording Secretary our people by enabling them to The Blending district has also For ft tidntto) or I n H u*'

MM. reliable stock companies. and son David attended a birth- Mlns Delia Rosenberg. operate on their own land such Installed 2-.way F. M. Radio's In | R isM h o* cold. wutvf o

Your business will be apprecl129 The State Convention of B & businesses as vegetable or fruitprocessing' their trucks and office enabling For iloft, mefol
day dinner for Mr, Browning's :\<>+li-. '!1'.. Whom It Mnr Cnnrrrni I grovfrl fo
ThiN will be held' In the plants quickfreezingplants them to be In constant contact
sister Mrs. A, L. Crews In. Raiford to notify all creditor* and PV clubs Colors of flt nnd ihingl* roo'i'
129 W. Call Street rblnxale. nf lh. Kxtate or T. (\ George Washington Hotel Jack pasteurizing plants and with each other within a 30 mile
I'liiiNttiln Hr,
Sunday. that
you are
Opposite Bradford Co. TelegraphPhone tn flit I your rlttlnm duly I sworn to sonville on May IB 20 and 21. : other enterprises formerly restricted radius at all times. APPLY 17 YOURSELFor
Little Andy Dinkins of Gainesville with I the ('ounty I>,*tu& of itradtnr4; 1 Mrs. Pauline Torode and Mrs. Loy- to city areas. "Our company has great con-

104 was visiting his grandparents .I..ht'oll"IY. menthe, 'Iorlrl"Crolll, not the Clr.t Inter publl."nllo" than. roe Hartmann were selected as "Florida as a whole has made fidence in this area", DuPre declared Aluminum w can ppl>

N. D. Wainwright Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. BrownIng of lhl. nnllee or the. rlohn delegates to this meeting with rapid progress In rural electrifica "and it Is evidencing this
will he burrrd' hy IIlalllle or LI"d- and Black.
Sunday. talons. 'lllln' April a IIIII. lifl)*. Mrs. Lillian Davis and Mrs. Jessie tion. DuPre declared. "Of Its confidence by Investing its dollars
I 42'l! t320| Jmiilv U.: (bH.Klii, Ailm'x. alternates. Mrs. Hart- 61,121& farms, U. S. DepartmentThe here."
Young as
-- I mann is to serve with the News! B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.
YOUR OPPORTUNITY Mi.M.- 'I' \\h..m It May funrrrnl Service Committee for the meet. Container I
( Corporation Receives Tree Farm
rl IIIIIt.l1t'thel, utat. Fannie Plans discussed for the
To lie Your Own ItnssTO M. Urevit, rlKi'oYueI l, that you iif are to charter Night Dinner on May 12 Certificate In Program At School Todaythe 5 MILES SOUTH .ON GAINESVILLE: HIGHWAYP.O.
rule' clulniK,
your' duly sworn to, with I
OWN A PROFITABLE BUSINESS the County Judge(::: nf Hruiiroril Coun. and a committee composed of Box 735; Starke. Fla. Phone 1114t
iv. Fin, not later than eight" month Mrs. Marlon Howe. Miss Madge Container Corporation ofAmerica principal address at the pro-
front tli* first piiblli-atlon of thisnode.
N FACT THERE'S A SOUTHERN AUrO ASSOCIATE STORE or the flu I m will Im hn 1'1'.1 Middleton, Mrs Grace Osborne, whose Florida mill is gram to be held at the Starke
FRANCHISE OPEN NOW IN YOUR COMMUNITY by Htntutii of Llmltatl"ns l 7'hisApr- Mrs. Stella Kopi'louaos Mrs. Janie located at Fernandina. will receive .
il 2'Mh. Isis. high school During the program,
SEt-l.. v AUTO SUPPLIES. BICYCLES. SPORTING 4'2941b12e' ; l.iiriMimi l>. lirrrn. tiln'r.. Avery and Mrs. Posta Dyal wasappolnte.1 a tree! farm certificate at aIIp..clal a color film! will also be shown
to be In charge of ar program
HOME 'APPLIAN.CCS florlilm In flrpiilt In(i'bnnl'ery. oiinlr. rangements. day, April 29 In the auditoriumof relating to the proil's\ to be got

Jionkn ('u roe. (I'mInl ICI*. VM, I lH'mtn- the Starke high school at : ten from tin-. planting of plnl'tr..ell
I WHITE FOB FULL dtf AILS lull (11..1.| ) Hkoknn.llu Names of 13: prospective mem- 12:301
r ,,, ,, Curac. p.m. R. A. nonnlnghaiiRpn, in the South. The program
|i''tvli"hl 1. ( "" No, 7370. bi-rB were! submitted to the club.
Order nr l>iihlli-iillim \ ilXollir of the Management Branch Flor will close with the presenting of
Mrs Lillian Ray and
hostesses !
1'a %t.p.>nrHTATK ida Forest Service, will make the tho certificate to Tyler Jones of
UP FLttlttnA to: Mrs. Lillian Davis, served delicious -
1727.7.Yf. lirnicnjllu." (UriiKli-n" ) Hkokntiilla following presentation of the certificate to the Container Corporation of
dim1, whom reHlili'nc. and ndh'rsii refreshments! to the group
Tyler Jones, land-manager of Con- America.
I I Is. Krnnvo-Korcilla IWIm K.NIt;: the business session
YllWonluviil.You" t a I n e r Corporation's Bradford ..
.. .,
art required. to -- -
SOUTHERN OWNED FOR SOUTHERNERS appear on County Timberlands.
May! .10, MU'l' In the ultovo niinipil ITN ItEVIKWAT
PHONE 3-21OO 322 W BrtOUGHTON STSAVANNAH. I'ourt and ..ruimn.. whereto, plaintiff SCHOOL. TONIGHT The Florida Forest Service announced t
socks .lIv..r. Jtrndforil ('mintv'I'el-, : CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
GA. fwriipb shall oiclir' In that the 20.339 acres
nuxt four ."klIi"I.\ : ..:: i A program entitled "A Fun owned by Container Corporationhave I

seal Witness! ut Wtaike my, hnml Klorlilitf.and thin official.April,' Review" will be presented by the been qualified under the tree { r I

21. IIM't Seventh Grade of BUS this even- of America In Bradford County j

(OFFICIAL An 8RM.Clerk of A. Said'.r. Thomas Court. Ing (Friday) at 8 o'clock in the farms program because of the 4 +

Or Haven Crosby, I>. C. BH9 Auditorium.The good forestry practices, which
T. Frank f.flnilrum. Stark Florida.
Atty. for 'If.. 4'2P' !> 41 6121)In program, presented at the have been carried out since 1939. r v
school on Thursday afternoon, Is These continued the
practices an-
f. f.MOTHER'S flrriilr ( ......1. Hrailford. Coualr.
1. "'1rIeIn ('hnnrrrr.1'ntrloliv pponsored by the PTA for the nouncement Include fire control

{ ; ;' ; M Francis.h PliilntlCf. rn benefit of the fund for beautifying a program of annually planting '
Harold F'. Francis, CUB, ;
:\10. 7 iHI the school grounds. Directingthe pine seedlings when needed to
Ardor or Pnhllrnllon AndNotloo Fun Review are Mrs. Verna maintain good growth and cutting

.: .: OK'r.F AppearRT.I'r1. I,II H lOA to: Demorest Mrs. 'Hazel Greasier, operations designed to assure
)Harold F* Francis' whose roBliloni' Mrs. Mona Canova and Miss Lou continuous producton of commer-
IB: .-Il Wilson Htr..et, Charleston. ,
Hi'.: Beyers. cial timber crops. The Container

: Yon are required to appear nn The 'following will be Corporation Is also contributinga .
J; NowOnDisplay May :xe| 191'!)I. In Ills above naniod \program or _
I ; : Court. end cause.. wherein.. plaintiffseeks presented: great deal to the Forest Service

divorce. A reBtorntlon of maldon '. "Hello To You", opening chorus. state-wide tree-planting programby
name llrailford
Telegraph l publish' this Order "Petty Patche's Rummage Sale"a making slash pine seedlings
I (' ( < Y WE HAVE A LOVELY I In Witness n4xt| ,,u"rh Inv weekly hand IBBIIVB:and. officialoonl few twelve-year-olds have a available free-of-charge to Flor.Ida's at SHEPHERD'SAt

ft/ SELECTION FOR YOUR CHOICE n> Htniku' Florida' this April bright Idea for raising money to landowners.The Phone 64 STARKE
II.: fin help the orphans In Greenland Florida Tree Farms System
On-the-Minit Servict
Crosby rn of Haiti Court But oh. what happens! Is sponsored Jointly by the Florida last, a tabU' model with .cI.aftC' FMI ..'. |test
"r Haven 1'. The Old Swimming Hole entices Forest Service the Florida State DAY & NIGHT
.M.eph K. Skinner 121 Orohwiln, I arrived direct from Spartan which Wi
meant prlcod
Kid*., ..rarirannrlll' Florldn.' several modern "Huck Fins" Into Chamber of Commerce and the

Specials Friday & Saturday ONLY Ally. for I'lf. 4129 (t 5120 slaving. .'II"o1,ey". Southern Pine Association The to save hard-earned dollars %

._ _. ... I; "The 91000 Cat" An antique coloctor Tree Farms System has the pri- frssrsssssssssSSStS 6 4 9 5
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finds a rare piece of chinaIn mary objective of promoting a
CHALLENGEa a musty old shop. Let's see continuing production of forest' NOW IS THE TIMER

Palmolive 1 1 i Soap 5 c a challenge to jnangmm how she fares In purchasing it. crops- which will stabilize forest When you learn this new 1949 Sparton table model
Now come with us on our magic land ownership forest Industries
who ran in (as as standard
Carpet of Make Believe to "Far and employment.
LIMIT: :3 CAKES TO CUSTOMER hlfffiphNlcal and I mnttal requirement -

_. of the new U. S Away Places": Forest Service Management broadcast) you'll really get excited. Just try to
---- -- -- "Galway Bay" takes to the
---- us!! Chief Bonnlnghausen will make
Army anal U. S. Air Fore. Now land of ahnmrocbs across the sea. i find a table model with up-to-date F&I like this at

WRIST WATCHES HALF PRICE the standards. for vnlUtnient are "China Town" "Chinese Sand anywhere near the price )'ou'llf'e!

the highest. In hUtory.... Can :y.u man" with Its oriental charm ;yT t1 ,r

Regular 5.95 to 12.95 Values think clearly, react rapidly-do and Its Chinese maid

you ptlss..In the degree of physical On to England, the land of In addition you get modern aUd -ruJe dial; new type'
__ hO_ .__ .. -_ -- -
stamina net for loading avlgornMi nursery rhymes and Mother Goose We have everything you permanent magnet speaker for that artist-rifht-iik-

Parker Lifetime PENS .* active Army or Air where we attend "The StoryBookBall" need for the small plot or the-room tone. MORE you jet the finest mahogany

Forte life? If so. nee your I local farm
5 recruiter Home again In Starke we see ALSOCOMPLETE veneer money can buy. ebonlzed front, stunning
Regular 8.95 Values . anti take the entrance
e:\ame. Tlioiwt. "h.> qualify become what happens to Shorty In "The LINE metalized grille and handsome styling that N'S"here's
Haunted House".
.. nwinlM-n of that great "So To You" HARDWARE ITEMS quality." Better hurry In today.c2Azi .
-- -- ---- --- Long final chorus.
ram of CAREER soldiers\ upholding FARM IMPLEMENTS:

LEADING LADY Toilet 1 1 t T I the finest tradition. of 18-Year-Olds Must TOOLS, ETC.
FACIAL TYPE 1 1 S sue a proud. urofemlon-the U. 8.

Army and the It. S. Air pore.Afnerlca's Register With Board ;

Finest Men Young men of Bradford Union &

ChooseU. and Clay Counties are reminded
f lOc e each---3 for 25c that they must register with local 1ttSTRA '

S. Army and Board No. 18 In Starke as i' t t RAD/0-TELEVISION' S

i 'LIMIT: 6 TO A CUSTOMER U. S. Air Force age soon as they become 18 years of BIGGEST VALUES

I Careers Mrs Rhoda Dampier, Board W ERRY HOES SOLD fXCtUSfVftr' IN THIS CIIV BT

clerk states that apparently many18yearolds STUART'S 1 S,.." x 7"

KOCH DRUG STORE 'LOCAL STATION RECRUITING ,, become necessity that of registering age.are There overlooking when are severe they the CYCLE SHOP BRADFORD'HARDWARE$1.50 CHAS: C. SHEPHERDCourt

l o"t Office Rldg, Slarke Fla.
penalitles for failure to registerat Temple Ave. l'th St.Starke. .
f Mondaya-9 a.nu to 12 noon the proper time, Mrs. Dampier Florida CO. & Madison Sts. St&. .. FU.

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Complete line Auto Accessories Tires
owns I r s, flatteries Outboard Motors Fishing

.... .mei r Tackle Radios Bicycles And Hun.
,pa.Sea. dreds of other items .

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..uafol M SOI SID Ft MMMTT a4 mil fortified with Urge quantities of have stepping

. p0.E ..r6"0 __ ........ Ctrl AnMiU are pictured above aa they left lb.t'JQ. NOW at the low

per ........ Saturday BMWMag am -bicycle hike" to Klnaatl'Y Lake. I price--no de- 10
lntATI.. tbC 10000 wa raeratly reorgaa/laed here with Mm. Marion Drive'
111) In
Awavy so ....- .
_- our yard, we will load them for you and at the :

Rapid Expansion of Service To Rural Areas time show you our mammoth .new Block Plant

% a Show Confidence of FP&L In This Dist. operation. The latest in design and quality.
"Most Everything To Build Repair, Or Remodel

Illsertmmrre ....... IIP.l .....,.... erfUgM'of Acrtrultur flrur, a. of June CERTIFIED READY-MIX CONCRE
teem.F atfta.el.bh V0140 Poweir 4 1311. 1H.. show that 30.973 farms
.:1t. emnim lh. Past lave yearn have become tectrtflcd.TlorMte. ALL INGREDIENTS INSPECTED WEIGHED .
halo Nelson ell fwai eeartnrirave with bettor than 63fwrrmt BE SURE OF THE BEST BY CERTIFIED TEST-

taw he am 4.aI. tug aatrtrtis of IU farm electrified. ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES
..ttMC"at1 0060" 2" te..efIa of ol.etrle to well above UM <0 percent average he.
___ M a. eaOter.a2" rural fur UM eleven southern tatea. GAINESVILLE, FLA.
6" area at.1r.. .r R A.Premass .; -We can appreciate Florlda'i
br arrow-es" ,........". I rfctoeement better when we real-
toof tlwa.44 tense a" e .flail kae that MlaaiaalppU for Instance,
t...- .e a ...... we toad that has only M percent of It* farms
saooe. d"We Pals tam so.VP-..... w.i electrified and Tennessee with
0"-"" _" ob" -Ibp..N.ry ..' U ...."'_nt-nn.nced TVA, has' STOP ROOF LIAKS
L.M4 ....--. only 01 percent of IU farms electrified ,
fare.sd. Poe so"Clwwrrwtr a-I According to government
been of ,as.. ... figure. Flortda la far ahead.
"a boom the -a-t or
say rvortda Power a Light Co. will
usime-vew per as 1M -1".
......., eoeiUnue to make Improvement
ker .. Bn. and other facilltlea
eM .'..... Pewee A INN 0. atw rjwPre tal.... The Power com.I
ewe ell 10" bad Se swims or ,...*'. Improvements In this dJ.
and on" 1a .... Oatrtrt3 sad at and
trtct throughout its statewide -
.w..ratasw tow abase, of 1s" II bad -....... system during IMA. 1M7and
wwar to at ....... am teoes .0 of 1M> have coat the company

KAtar. 4111 posemat $UL....... For 1M.. Florida
Tee tow-loome at lien oat.- rawer & Light Company plans to
ftM .se1 .
eM.soMO inave seen spend I23. 4TJ W> for new plant,
.wpaa..nt M the p.. a 04P7r.rw aww Uawai and Improvem.nU.I -
.... ..... THE
a" that j I Manager DuPre says local Im- PERMANm
.. ... j1
-- sorww" mwsI .-1 ajrevemenU will Include voltage
en' ae.a r I..ty 4epe.dret regulators and dl circuit breakers MINERAL RUBBtt
tbrpPOWWOW seem the .+NLISMy of otwrbtc* I" UM Starke 8ub-ataUon which

1 reduce length at Interruption
.lope tiadw.ew. M ras d ea ett"w.ao. I... to lightning and failure ofel
lute .. wmmmms M trte current.
gar .- there I.go.aa" Tit BUndlng district has also Fur Rt-si or Industrial U '
as .... in" .... ... .
owe -I .1. J- y r. M. Radio's In m Ri-M-.t1, he fit r ocl v utf r and ocids
an w evemme we ws lebae or Crumra.rwend tlMtr trucks and office enabling
For \ot*> Vfl. itintfll,
who .....& gaorbM ... .... them tai be Lit constant contact (jrn composition
Ja. ...... pesosJ1 araft. ...... ..h4,with verb other within a 30 mile ftIt nritl rnof sAPPLY
4 Its .. 4a.rprs..e Ow..wly toas.ww ra._ at all times."Our .
a" see.7..r company has great con-
40 so se a .." has am" fld..ee Im thus area" DuPre de-
,. .., .... or we -UM fipply it for you! ..
embaoNSs c ._ M ..... .aorivie r.. : dared "and It .. evidencing this
am ........ ......... "Ol .. wwfdere by Investing It* dollars at d Black
1111011141. .t.SM f.es a V a volort oast been-

lowma Container Corporation Receives Tree Fa-I

9.n Certificate In Program At School 5 RULES SOUTH ON AINESYJ.LLE HlfiHW
.e ar P.O. Box 735. Starke Fla. Phone 161
Vbe cawsonew t r.et .ass of.ih..w4. the priwr.! addrea at the program ,
.. -3Sat Me am" "j 1 t. b held at the Stark
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a0.owopen a4 ue .r. why re-, .
..% ....
Ugh luring the program.a .
a wee a.nm ,towase a4 aawwer
r no aw.erv0_ h.to hw rri.t ester fie will also be ahownrvtoliaig
eae .OWN 10. M 00 a"oetaatwf to the profits to be gnuleft -
haw ........ boas ...... 1s 340 rr.nK t... planing nf pine
waft a. A. w..es..w otioetof tree ta UM South. The proaram
,.a alee ........... 9'wa. .1 I I will *....e with the presenting of i
..... h..e.e. Well soea. The 1 the certiorate ta Tyler Jones oftike /
M .... ........ ..f lace .wtal lrrt.TMew '-I 1I OMitalaer Corporation ofCARPENTER'S
w r..eare .....-- -.-11f.9" 19... '-tra.I .
a ......... ....... ...ford r 9ygjtt ,
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tw No 3.." -'
owe" bw f'IIM f..II.J. l.rp.emaw"boa. ,
r i.aat. sop.. eosswImd ...... ... toss
of Asa wwwo to ir5..vd ..1.ftayiae.rm
twee'lea's..o fill tM
000011 I.rs y 4.5.a9408. wbwbben.
She beam *.rwa"d 4000 same live
mat aw y.,... ....... o.0se..4 the _
wasom..rr.a.users aloe ..da.av.a..Siw .
lore.eves e .. .. of AI.IL.-. pt.aalae
pomp m.Owo.s 4w. tr
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laws W6Tit.. Qirs.ewur4be"
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Mp"h" PRESCRIPTION A' .""V, ,,,,,,,..., .
.....wwaw es"wo..s.eor '"'''f''<'..,,,. ,r. <-
.wades_ ...... .... ..11I1..., PHARMACIST
we <... bar.a......... .. tlisa%
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robe ....... Ts..aeba __
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or-- a..ra e.p P ..redoCbus..tar Due DAY & NIGHT last, a table model with advanced FMI .,'* lull

of crw.ow.w. dad tIp.Ow1.s .. arrived direct from Spartan, which m.an. it's priced
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.... .a..o s..t "so" ........... When you learn.this new 1949 Sparton table model

...a ...rrs..ra:31n. has marvelous, static-free FM (as well as standard
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I find a table model with up-to-date FM like this at

anywhere near the.price you'll seel

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In addition, you get modern slide-rule dial; new typ*.
lea.. every tubag y e
al.eater seed r. ... .... .r permanent magnet speaker for that artist-right-in-
I .bee the-room tone. MORE you get the finest mahogany -
A1.00COMPtXTE veneer money can buy, ebonized front, stunning

LINE metalized grille and handsome styling that y"here's
I FARM IMPLEMENTS quality." Better hurry in today.

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