Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SIDE OF HEAVEN Publication 8:00: P. M.
THIS Official Countu Established In 1877


Install Meters As Bradford Assessor Ceo W. Salathe
Free To House Passes'WateredDown'

Elected Secretary Dies At Home Five Negroes QuestionedIn

Court Denies Graham Writ Of State Assn. Of Niece Here ,

upreme Guy Andrews, Bradford County George W. Sa lathe. 79, retired

I Tax Assessor, was elected acting jeweler, died Sunday morning fol- D. L. Silcox
tItlatlonll( to Install 100 park. secretary of the State Association No Fence BillThe lowing a heart attack at tho home

rneterl >In the bu.1ne. dllt Adkins Says of Tax Assessors at a meeting of of his niece, Mr. H. S. Bur-

Stark were resumed by the organization's Executive Committee dette, In Starke.

* City of Monday u the State appllca1 Su.. City, Resolution in Jacksonville last Satur Tuesday House passed of by Representatives a vote of T2 Mr. Salathe was born February Funeral Friday Merchant "
denied an WarnsOf Starke
Court day.Andrews 20 version of the 114. 1S70 In Pittsburgh Pa. He
e to the Senate
et 1f I For
D. L. SilcoxIn
Graham was elected to finish
;:: by W. MisleadingThe livestock bill but I only was a resident of Ql nflel>l, Pa.
Wilt re.- out the unexplnd term of R. L. fencing
constitutional before to Starke two anda
several coming Baptist ChurchFuneral
It with
lining tile stark.'Council .from following statement was Green. Cadsden County Tax: As.seasor. after amendments modifying that will necessitatethe half years ago to make his home Gyp ArtistsA Fatally ShotWednesday

lfh action. released thin week by J. C. Ad- Who resigned as secretary measure being returned to the with his niece. He was a member services for David Levy

;UM dismissed by the Supreme kltis.. Jr., counsel for W. H. Graham because of Illness. upper branch of the Legislaturefor of the Masonic order and the communication warning the Silcox, 63, who died here Wednesday

0 urt was an appeal In the caaeTstate et al. plaintiffs In an Injunction further consideration.Rep. Lutheran Church. public about transient peddlersand night, will be held at 3:30 NightFive

of Florida ex rel S.et E.al 1 suit seeking to restrain Martin Chain J. r. Roberts of Bradford Besides hi. niece. Mr. Salnthe g\p artists" was received this o'clock Friday afternoon In the ,

Lrks vs. I* A., Canovs the City of Stark. from Installing was one of the 20 voting againstthe Is survived by a son, Robert Q. week by the Telegraph from First Baptist Chllreh'with Rev.L. .

wch sought through mandamus | parking meters: bill. Sen. Charley B. Johns Salathe of Bedford Pa., and two Sheriff P D. Reddish: D. Halnea, pastor, officIatingInterment negro men were undergoing *

4ng. to force the, Council Gainesville Florida May 4 likewise. opposed It In the Senate. sisters. Misses Carolyn and Al- Following I. the Sheriff's statement will follow In the the paraffin test In Gain.viii. .*-''j

meet and rescind the parkingordinance It Is.not the policy of the merchants Buys Theatre Although the bill, as passed by vena Salathe, who also llvo In Klngsley Lake Cemetery undet laboratories yesterday lit

eler on the (rounds or their attorneys to make the House, Is not as strong as the Starke WIth Mrs. Burdette ; the direction of DeWItt C., Jones connection with the fatal shoot

H egln' 'olr. Canova. chairman any\ statements concerning the Sale of the Florida Theatre by original one drawn by Rep. Charles A prayer service! was held" In "1 have been receiving quit. Mr. Silcox was born June 19 Ing of Dave L. Silcox. 83-y.....

t* the Council was not a resident I progress or conduct of litigation. Mrs. T. F. Grady to the Martin A. Luckie of Jacksonville. It the DeWItt C. Jones Chapel Mon. a few complaint. regarding tran. 1SH8, at Klngsley Lake, the son old SUrke merchant Wednesday

t swrke at the time of him else i The only reason for this statement Theatre. of Florida was announced does retain the provision makingIt day afternoon at 4 o'clock with sient peddler I would like to of the late David Y, and Mary night, but State's Attorney T E. ,

n. Is the fact that the public Saturday. The change In ownership Illegal for cattle and other livestock the Rev. B. E. Simmons of St. Inform the housewives In the city Francis White Silcox. He was a Duncan stated that "So far .we

The City asked! dismissal ofMl has been misinformed by a resolution was effective Sunday at to roam at large upon Mark's Episcopal Church officiat and moat especially In the county member of the Baptist Church have little to go' on."

appeal on the ground that adopted at a special meetIng which time I. G. Harris formerly Florida' highways. and rural districts to beware of and Woodmen of the World, and Two of the negroes were pickedup

wu "frlvllous" and\ that man- of the City Council on Wed- of Douglas Qa., assumed manage The three major change. madein ing.The later to gyp artists who generally' make had lived In this community all at a local filling station where
body was shipped
umu was not the proper pro- ne.dty. April 27. 1949. The 63 ment. Mr. Harris will move his the Senate bill are as follows: Pa. where funeral their way north around this time his life. He was formerly a soft they had asked an attendant to
Avalon. services
KOtngs for testing uch an\ Issue.BtiU merchants Involved In this litigation family here as soon as living accommodations 1. Permitting livestock to con- held Thursday morning of year. These high-powered peddlers drink distributor but for the past call them a taxicab. They are
were work from door to
pending: in the Supremeourl desire to abide by the wishesof can be found.E. tinue to roam the "back country" at 11 o'clock with Rev LawrenceJ. usually several year. had operated a said to have admitted being Inilcmt's
door and In the with a.
is Graham's original appeal the citizens, and desire to have D. Martin president of the so long a. they do not stray up. Hlmmelmanh officiating Inter of their country wares, and grocery store on East Tenth St. $ store early In the evening
H. "sample"
rcn Circuit Judge John A. the, matter submitted to the voters chain, C. L. Patrick. secretary-: on the public roads. ment was In the Homewood Cemetery He Is survived by his widow, about 8 o'clock but denied having
In- In most cases they present a sample
torphree's ruling denying an who would be affected by treasurer and general manager, 2. Reducing to one-half the there under the direction of of a standard priced article Mrs. Celena Harris Silcox: four any knowledge of the shoot

Dctlon restraining the City fromgIIlthg will the. Installation of parking meters. and J. N. Morgan, district manager original fees set up for Impounding McDonald Funeral Home. which they will sell at below children Vernon D. Silcox. Starke, Ing. Also taken by Sheriff P. D.

parking meters. It When the City Council passed were In Starke last Fridayto and other services performedby you Mrs. Ralph Cox. Live Oak, J. B. Reddish for questioning were three
fly be some time before the the ordinance authorizing the' consummate the deal with the sheriff and other law enforcement Accompanying the deceased to cost of our local merchants and Silco*, Miami and Mrs. James AI; companions who they said had i
his sisters, the all have to do is give' the
tourt renders a decision In this Installation of parking meters 'Mrs. Grady who has been In the officers. were MI..e.I I you Lewis, Btarke; one brother, J. L. been with them In the store.
Salathe, and his H. S. peddler a down payment and he
utter. the merchants employed the attorneys theatre business here since 1933. 3. Making the livestock owners nephew will send the article for the Silcox, and two sisters, Miss Nellie Silcox was shot with a pistol

'IB the meanwhile, MondaylOA Involved In the litigation The Martin chain has Its home liable In damages for injury and Burdette balance c.o.d.you which he falls to Silcox and Mrs. John Ellington of undetermined calibre. The bullet -
by the Court leaves the and requested all attorneys Involved office in Columbus. Ga. and operates property damage sustained by I all of Stark. entered the body just above

It} !free to Install the meters asas to obtain an\ order restraining 110 theatres In Georgia, anyone as a result of the livestock A. Z. Adkins Jr. do."I also have complaints of bad Active pall'IMar.,. this afternoon the heart and passed clear
e arrangements can' b.ide the Installation of park' I Florida, Alabama...and Tennessee.It running at large upon the public Law OfficeA. check artists who appear In our will be L F Dlnktns, Free through, emerging to pierce fivecans
with the company. Ing meters until the wishes of was announced that the oper. roads, but not for damages else community from time to time man Register Sr., W. B. Mundy, of foodstuff on the grocerystore

A proposal to Install the metersa the citizens and voters had been I ational personnel at the Florida where. Z. Adkins. Jr. has openedlaw using different names. These art T. B. Harding, Carl Johns, andJ. shelf He ran from the store

I four-month trial basis with' ascertained.At will remain the same. Effective date of the law remains offices at 101 E. Union StreetIn isIs work on our merchants and L. Anderson. but dropped while crossing the

matter to be submitted to the request of those 63 In announcing the sale of the July 1, 19 O, as set up In Gainesville.The filling stations, most after bankIng highway that separated. his home

ten In the regular city election: merchants In.,the City of Starke, theatre, Mrs. Grady stated thatshe the original Senate bill. of Judge and Mrs A. Z. hours on Saturday., which allows from his business. He died before

t September was withdrawn by' we instituted a class suit In the wishes to thank the publicfor As amended the bill provides Adkins lion of Starke, he received his them until Monday morning Berries Near End reaching the local hospital

Council 1 last week on grounds) name of W. H. Graham, but for Its generous patronage and I the following" fees: Universityof to make their getaway."I Silcox was apparently alone

Xt the plaintiff had shown "that' tiie benefit of all persons similarly support during the past 16 years I For impounding each animal LLB degree from the believe break this In the store when the negro men
Florida Law School In June we can up ;
i and those represented by him situated, seeking to enjoin the and expressed the desire that the $2.50 plus milage as provided by I 1948. He is a graduate of Brad practice by being alert and knowIng Of Long SeasonBerries are believed to have entered a-

at I no desire for an Impartial, City from Installing parking me- same cordial good will be ex law for the arrest and commit. School and received his our salesman and check giver bout 9:30: o'clock, ostensibly to

at unbiased trial of parking mem" ters. The position of the merchants tended to the new.. management.. ment of prisoners. ford High In endorser. Jot down his drlver'ilicense make a purchase It <*' assumed
B. A. degree from the Citadel or were bowing out this .
In Instituting this, suit was to For serving notice and making 1939. After graduating from The and car number. or make week after a prolonged season that while he was waiting on
of the loss of return $1.50.plu. mileage providedby < them they attempted to hold him
avoid repetition
a local
him produce some I
Citadel he attended.The Infantry that began just before; Christmas
Negress ConvictedOn law for evecutlng ;writs Inactions I and his refusal or resistance -
Clay Hill Name, revenue which they experiencedIn School at Fort Bennlng Ga. and to vouch for him.P. ." and continued almost unbrokenover up. upon '
few that at law and making return. I they fired the fatal shot.
1941 during days commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant .- D. Reddish Sheriff a tour.mollth'p.rlod due to
x ntelt To Continue parking meter. were used In For feed and care of Impounded was Bradford County They fled however, without obtaining
In November 1943. the unusually mild winter Mason.
Starke. ',The record In this case Murder ChargeRachel animals, 60 cents per day per any money.A .
Th Telegraph continues to rebivi definitely shows that. the merchants animal. Adkins served as a Captain with During the past week' ,1,580 customer at a nearby refreshment

suggestions for changing or were affected financially For advertising or posting' notices Co. H. 317th Inf., 80th Division, All Schools Will crate. of fruit were sold to cold stand stated that he

hot changing the name of the for as long as six months after Kittles,' Lawtey negrens, of sale'of Impounded animals In the European Theatre and was pack Interests and "peddlers" for heard the shot and saw two negro -

EUy Hill Column by Lura Buts the meters were removed was convicted of second degree -the same as provided by law separated from the l service In an average of |S, bringing. growers men, one tall and one short

kn Mohr. The result will prob-. 1941.parking murder In Circuit Court here for advertising property for sale February 1946, after being twice around 97,900 run front"' the store and head to-

ptily ta announced next week, in I It has 'not been the intentionof last Friday for the knife slaying under. process. ,? wounded., Open Aug. 22 During the season:' now,f ptdty wMd'. ben t>lfc-ri! p t"" Battlement

Below are some-" of the-.*,'latest. of the merchants to- attempt of Ellaby Henderson, also-colored .For sale or other dispositionsof He Is a member of Ft Kirppc drawing' a close 20.979 crates which begins ',,a'' 'abortdistance
Irtteri 'received' : tDw any personal In a Lawtey jook joint .on' the Impounded animals $t. Alpha social fraternity and Delta of berries have been sold through east of the,Silcox i store
to display any *
| Sir: animosity against 'any memberof nIght of February 28k' I For report of sale, DO cents Theta Phi legal' fraternity. ![Board DecidesI' the market here with total returns beyond the''dividing line of a
Being a subscriber of your paper Council. Circuit Judge John-A. H. Mur. estimated at 1234,28818- creek. It Is believed that they

lor the past two years 1 would After the City the Institution of the suit phree delayed sentencing pending I All schools In Bradford County, an average price of just under $10 might have made their escape In

like to offer my suggestion for advised our'ciients that their the filing of a motion for a new : rural and urban, white and colored, per crate a parked automobile.
R i name for Clay Hill. we trial by defense counsel today. If On Navigation Improvements their fall terms on truck .
chances of winning the suit Wouldbe denied Hearing will begin Spring crops are beginning
Since Lura the motion Is sentence
Is distance
some greater if proceedings were Monday, August 22, according to to appear on the market, Lawson Apartment

away letter form and writes and I her feel column sure each In of started the City to remove Council the because President of will State's be passed witnesses at that testified time. last For Santa Fe River And! Black CreekI a derision Its meeting by the here School Monday.Boardat sold with during C07 hampers April of at beans'an averageof being. Damaged By FireDamage ,

that the woman
peraon P who reads I- Friday
It has the fee
the fact that he did not resideIn The Board had been requestedto 12.75/ bringing growers f 1301 ,- done Ito
Intention S900 was
!hf ihe la writing let- had openly announced her totaling

t'1 Letter". of his election and qualification son if and when the latter should 1 the city hall at High Springs, the general plan ofimprovement Sixty bushels of cucumbers have Lawson on the Jacksonville highway
I definitely think the as a member of the City Council return to Lawtey. The Hender- Wednesday May 25, at 2 pm. bearing on desired and the economic term In order that members of been sold thus far at a priceranging north of Starke about 5o'clock
name and at the time that he was selected all the Instructional staffs could plan from $1 to 14/.BO\ This In
of hearing afternoon afire
Ihould be changed for the bits son women Is said to have returned for the purpose justification of the under school Saturday
their schedules for summer I
0( news from Clay Hill are of as President of the City on the afternoon of the persons "Interested In Improvements taking. Opposing Interests, If any crop Is reported looking good' of undetermined origin.
,Council. This recommendation was witha Santa" Fe River and both In quantity and quality and The upstairs apartment Is rented .
ttls Interest to anyone outside murder and that night was on are also urged to state the rca'sons Bonrd, after. checking the
I the local community, so my made solely for the purpose of party of friends In one room of also on the waterway from King. for their position ending dates of the summer .sessions volume Is expected to pick up to Mr. and Mrs. B. Wise, who
rote Ia for changing It. I am not enchancing the chances of the the jook when Rachel Kitties, Icy Lake to the St. Johns River "This hearing Is primarily In determined that August. 22 next at present are living with relatives
PrIZe seektr merchants In restraining the Installation In another room, sent word that via Black Creek'or Doctor's In- Green corn will begin to appearon until the building Is 1".-
out of desired
just writing of the earliest date possible to
Interest Improvements
the was
of parking meter. Also States the market In small volume modeled. The blaao partially destroyed
her. let.
Pure Intere.t she wanted to talk to
In offering It would be school, which would allow
my .ug.reallon. I for navigation. begin
at our suggestion other proceed- witnesses testified that the two Notice of the hearing has been If of terms of summer school for next week, end Fordhook beans one side of the two story
particularly helpful sponsors two
ings were Instituted seeking the time, i will Mart moving In from to daysto building.
Very truly yours women talked for some Issued by Cot. Willis E. Teale, the Improvements could present all teachers, one for six weeks
Council to an ordinance reI two weeks.Funeral Although the building Is beyond
Henderson shrugged ,
Mrs' F. C. Orr of when Ellaby District Engineer, U. S. Army specific data at the hearing on and one for three wueks.
803 Anhford St. I aclndlng the authorization and turned to leave and Rachel 575 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, the depth, width, and length of In past years It has been the the city water lines, the]
parking meters. Kitties stabbed her In the back to section 6 of the Tuesday local fire department responded
Jacksonville, Fla. to who pursuant the Improvement desired; the approximate custom here to start the rural
Council agreed caU and fought the fire
to the
The City
with a knife she was carryingin River & Harbor Act approved number size, location schools ,In July so that students In Church
Dear refrain from Installing parking Henderson Jasper using< water stored on the truck.
Gene; her belt. When the March 2. 1915 has been directed use and type of craft using. the would be through with their I
,I ""** .' you change "Clay meters for a period of 60 days woman turned toward her at. to make a preliminary examina waterways; similar Information studies In time to help harvest For Mrs. HendersonMrs.

I HID" news to, "Lura'. Chatter" If the proceedings seeking to remove tacker witnesses said that Rachel tion of: for craft expected to use the strawberries and other crop In Leroy Olive PromotedPfc

I". "Chatter from Nebraska", because the President of the City stabbed her again In the chest. 1. Santa Fe River, from bridge quested waterways; and a re'l'the spring. The Starke school, Eunice: Bennett Hender

Lura does not altogether Council were dismissed. This was Chief defense ,witness was C. on Federal Highway numbered cription and monetary estimate ; however, has started Its fall term son, 42, wife of L. M. Hendersonof Leroy Olive, Jr., son of
live agreeable to the merchants. The colored Lawtey Jasper died Monday morningat Leroy Olive of Starke, has been
Clay mu, she reports from C. 41, near High Springs to the benefits or savings expected ; on the First Monday In Septemberfor
of the 60-day extensionwas home of her sister Mrs. to the rank of Corporal
testified that the promoted
Very purpose school teacher, who
one the each of
I in Bradford County Suwannee River, and from provision of Improvements on a number years.A
lllat Mil Write to her. And she solely to keep parking meters he did not see a knife on Rachel bridge upstream to Camp Bland.ing reach of the desired waterways. I I spokesman for the Board Ruby Johns In Starke. according to an announcement
aeo out of Stark until ,wehad an but that he did see one Mrs Henderson was a native from the. Enid Air Force Base.
be number of
I *> of Lake Florida. said there would a
? People In other Kingsley statements will be heard
llltea and opportunity to apply to the Supreme In the hand of Ellaby Henderson "Oral In starting all of Stark. but had been living In Enid, Okla. He has 13 months of
berself.. AIIIO aU over constitutionalwrit 2. Waterways from Camp Bland- but for accuracy of record all advantages and Is at
P1orida. Court for a and that both women were exchanging schools uniform date besides Jasper for a number of yeai'll.Ahe service to his credit
''fcspectfully seeking to enjoin the Installation blows in the fight that Ing, Klngsley. Lake. Florida via Important facts and arguments that on of a permitting teachersto was a member of the Jasper present chief Motor Dispatcher

Mrs until the appeal .was followed their talk. Black Creek to Saint Johns should be submitted In writing school Baptist Church. at the Base. Young Olive completed -

Teresa B. Crosby completed. Sentences In five other cases River. and (or) via Black Creek In quadruplicate, a. the record The attend following summer teacher recommendations Survivors, In addition to her pilot training at Stark before

beii: Editor: : After the appeal was entered were passed by Judge Murphreo and Doctor's Inlet to Saint of the hearing will be the forwardedfor were received from the husband, are two daughters Mrs. entering the Air Force
for the City Councilproposed Johns River. consideration by Department Jack Andrews Live Oak Miss
I the attorneys ;
follow.: Tax
would like as Board of Trustees of Special
to add my suggesfor be In calling the hearing Col. of the Army. Written statements
for that parking meters Joe Sloan, found guilty of assault No. 1 and Mary Elizabeth Henderson, Jan.per
| a title for Lura's be handed to the District School District approved Military Rites
Column. statement
Teale Issued the following may
"Clay Installed for a trial or test per with Intent to commit murder ; three sons, Archie and Lee,

IInre!% It Hillhould was the be retained iod of four months 'and that the In the second degree sentenced : Engineer beforehand.'Please at the hearing. or Alva:A. Cook, principal L.awtsyjunior both of Jasper, and Gene Hender For V. J. AllenVanny

,"""y lot Inspiration so Issue) would be determined in the to 10 yeara.James 'There Is no existing Federal mailed to him the to High School; son, U. S. Army, stationed In El' Jackson Allen. 27. died
1110 rr "Chlrplnp from Clay city election In September. ThereIs Smith. pleaded guiltyto project for the Improvement of bring foregoing teacher rook.er.Junlor Paso, Texas; her father .0. M.
Mrs. Pearl Cain I
e In the Mem
Top. of knownto 12
It Ie the attention Tuesday, April
olle or the persona
contract considera brothers,
"'" no 'provision In the feloniously present at the waterways under School Bennett, Starke; two
"ments being High
; NsJ
of the be Interested In the Veterans Hospital after:
to phi.
paper, with the parking meter companyas the commission of a felony and tion. The existing projects for you" Mr. Martha West, teacher Bradford Arthur Bennett, Tavar-s and
Illness. tHlHe
Sincerely.. J. .T.Yours; to who shall pay the costs of aiding, and abetting a felony; Suwannee River, Fla, and St. matter. High School; Jasper Bennett Luke, Fla i and prolonged was a veteran of*ff} wP B H

Quigley removal of the parking meters sentenced to five years.J. Johns River, Fla., Jacksonville Charles.. Roberts bandmaster five other .sisters, Mrs. Rhoda War If enlisted"' 14 HArmy

be&1I Editor. In the event the merchants are B. Eller alias D. L. Scott to Lake flimsy, to which the requested Vegetable Field Day Bradford High School; Underhill, St. Petersburg; Mrs In. January having 1941 del **< H
I successful In their appeal. The of and entering Improvement .would be Cleveland Sullivan Mrs. Floyd
breaking Rosenberger
think found guilty In Gainesville Miss Margaret In the 28th Infantry DtrtsMsH8th.
Clay lag
Hm I. the ,bet dismiss all for the Suwan. Crosby. Mrs. Ronnie Mundorf. and
II&lIIe for the merchants agreed to sentenced to 18 months. tributary provide music teacher Bradford High Army. He received WottadM
Everyone knows column. proceedings If the City Council Emmanuel Pope, pleaded guiltyto nee River a channel 5 feet deep Next TuesdayCounty School. Mrs. Harry Broadway, all of the third day of the InvMtfr jj|

tIt. the .place by would call an Immediate election grand larceny, sentenced to and ISO feet wide from the entrance A delegation of patrons from Btarke. Normandy and was takeV ,f4JM
nameMrs. of Starke Bramford (formerly Agent T. K. McClane Funeral services were held
Louie so that the citizens 12 months.Willie the RJE colored high school appeared hospital In Ireland and later '..0Ellaland I
carter. would have an opportunity to Donly pleaded guilty to Rolands Bluff) thence 4 feet deep announced today that a vegetable. before the Board rll'lUllIt.Ilnlr Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock for medical care. There

Uwtey. Fla express their views as to the Installation unarmed robbery. sentenced to and 60 feet wide to Ellavllle: ; field day will be held at Gainesville and recommending the appointment Iri Jasper Baptist Church. Rev. C. It discovered that he had
7th of the meters. The proposal pay costs of court and restore and for the St. Johns River a next Tuesday May 10. at of Louis I. DuBolse as A. Martin, Baptist minister, officiated contracted tuberculosis' which lingered .

Grade Review made by the merchants was the $18 from the person robbed. channel 13 feet deep and 200 feet 9:30: a m. Growers. and others Interested principal of the school for the and Interment was In until his death.
1. necessitated the Jacksonville and In vegetables are Invitedto Evergreen Cemetery, Jasper:
Big Success refused which wide between 1649-00 term. The Board explainedthat Allen I. survted by his widow.
Courton 12 feet and attend and see the trial plantings Active pallbearers were Frank i
In the Supreme Palatka; thence recommendation
argument Special Stamps : It could act only upon Mrs. Ruby Allen, and two littledaughters.
A of beans, both lima and )green, Mundorf. Cleve-
Sanford. Broadway,
100 wide to
1949. and
capacity of the trustees,
audience' May Betty and Grade; his)
8 filled the ,
I.HS aUdItorium u>t Friday night We were Informed by the attorneys On Sale Here "All interested panics are Invited tomatoes sweet and corn other cucumbers- that: no such recommendation had land Sullivan, Floyd Crosby. John parents, Mr. and Mm. RufUs Q.
the Irish potatoes vall'etables. Ifenderson, and Frank Henderson.
IIIjny tile clever Fun Review' representing City to be present or represented Interesting been received. The matter was Allen all of Brooker; two brothers
announces of thejmore
!" F. F Stump Some
lor fled by Orade. 7D and 1'C Council that the parking meter Postmaster cent at the High Springs meeting. Including SO varietiesof referred to the Trustees, the Superintendent Roy E. Allen Jacksonville,
three are
that the new experiments
the ,
had refused to allowa of Federal i of Public Instruction Council Awards
of the PTA fund company Lee University representatives varieties of I and Carl Allen Blocker: and
A corn new.
&lebellUUfytnlr the IIChool crounds. 4-month trial period. be commemorative Washington stamp Is now on State/ county and municipal agencies tomatoes sweet, potatoes mildew resist I and the Board's attorney Bid On TruckAt three sisters, Mrs. Ruby Scott.
tart..ty merchants who will and those of commercial. further action.A .
ot The for
Mrs. Rosa Lee Padgett.
,, Tampa.
&muatntt .kltAI and
",, was at the Starke post office.Cominemoreting ant varieties of cucumber,
"t"d With a larg. wellltn.d affected by the installation of sale the 200th anniversary Industrial civic highway railroad results of Irrigation and fumigation revised teachers salary srnedule Us meeting here Tuesday afternoon Brooker and Mrs. Mary Padgett.

;I lth chorus e"l"BT the mood parking meters are definitely Interested of the founding of the and waterway transportation work with vegetables.Take which had the prior approval the City Council acceptedthe High' Springs. :''v;
'PP Prtate background In the development of Interests, and property owners and had been adopted by the offer of Bowling A Wain. Funeral services were) ,bald ,In

*m'II aie.' Tha "P"""* parts were the City of Starke. The present university it contains Washington the portrait and concerned. They wlU be affordedfull your neighbor and yourprobiems Bradford County Teacher Mary wright to provide a 2-ton Ford Dedan Cemetery near Brooker' on]

acted and disclosed some litigation' Is brought solely of Generals opportunity to express their to the Vegetable Field ; Schedule Committee was approved truck with dump body for 2.33fl.: April 15 with Rev.'-.Mr'Martiniofficiating. :

*UIUs11 y 'g 00'1 talent among the for the purpose of betteringthe Lee.The office also has on views concerning the character Day ':30 a.m. Tuesday May 10. by the Board. The new schedule Bowling A Walnwrtght were Military \
Craders, Interests of the City post and extent of the improvement an equalized .supplementIn '
Th of new The vegetable plots are on the provides low among the four local companies formed at the &
l'nIa.' .. WM directed by Mrs. of Starke and giving' the voters 'sale a limited number commemoratingthe a desired and the need and advisability Archer road. Contact Mr. McClann In rank in the amount 01 submitting bids on this Funeral Home of IUiilf

r...!; Dwnorest. Krs. 1C.' W. and cltlaens of Starke an opportunity -i- three first cent stamp Puerto Rtcan'guber! of Its cxecutatlon. Sponsors further directions. (Continued on page t) ..+ equipment. charge of .
-1"" Mfa. U A. Canon. and to express themselves on of the Improvement are urged to If you need "

Lou B.7a.... this vital question. natlonal election. I

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I -. of Mrs. Finley. was called by the
Mrs. R Forsythe, Mrs. A Carl sister-in-law sire e
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED
Clay HillBy son and Mrs Blanche Cunningham C. F. Hlckmal\

1879r E. L. MATTHEW OwNtR-EoiTOH were Starke callers Monday. home In Lancaster retul'11e4 4
Lura Burgess MobrPenca .a% e"I." Hugh Ayres has returned home day after Ohio
-t>Utthed Every Friday and Entered as Second Nebr.. from Philadelphia Pa. where he Florida spending the Will

OUuM Matter at the Pont Office at Starke, FU.shseriptioa . .
C e e e e e

Wnxwln.. I meditate on the coming Starke Florida.
MEMBER ((3)) 1949 Mother's Day and realize May 3 Telegraph, 1949. CONWAY'S SERVICE STATIONAMOCO

that In each tragic event lira always TRACK MEET IX ALACIIUA work such as wallets, picture Editor Bradford County
f 1JW For Six UUIa@PL Starke Florida. & Oil
$3.00 AJUioaUy curled a bud of promise. By Billy Booth frames and belts for sale. Gas Electric WekjWaxhldg

On Thursday April 28, the Next we went to the dairy farm
Dear Sir: Tire
To-day I went across the way Greasing Tubea' 4: Batten.
To the home of a.lady old and Starke Track Team competed with which was outside of the prison In defence of women I am replying Sold on BUDGET PLAN. A"
Alachua on Alachua's field. Starke walla. They have a very nice to editorial printed in last PHONE 147 FOR
Her eyes were dim and her face won most of the running vents dairy with a duck farm in frontof week's Telegraph: "Why Do Wives SERVICE
: was lined, In B class ((9th and 10th grades). !It. They have one of the smallest Outlive Their Husbands?" It Is

But they grew-young as! she defined However Alachua fared better In Brahma cows In the United stated that we live longer than JUDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES

the Field events Iny A ,class. States. I men because we have nothingto SPEED SAFETY COMFORT RCO'VO' y
Happy days of long ago. Starke wound up with 49 points The class found the trip very do-no responsibilities, workor

Her eyes grew bright as chuckling to Alachua's 66; In B class, Interesting.By care (or words to that effect). LEARN TO FLY the
Starke had 47 Alachua Earl McOruder statement, easy way.
ENORMOUS IMPLICATION OF TWELVK-I'OWEH PACT low points, This Is an erroneous pay

The signing of the 12-power mutual defend. treaty marked an She told of a party of a gay red 56. and Doyle Manning for we can say without fear of: you learn. Special charter trips and aig
The members of the Starke have
that we women
unprecedented new step In foreign policy for the United State. Even dress contradiction eeing trips by appointment.
team TORNADO TALES and Phone
and the made
she ef points they the most Important, trying 1
Then spoke tenderly a
more significant, however In the Intense practical problem that must
schoolmate Bess; are as follow.: Boy there's really something least-appreciated tasks known to
be solved If the document Is to be an effective Instrument for ;
stopping to bus about this week-the meals,
aggression and maintaining the peace of the world. I Of handsome young lads of yesteryears !" Seeber Doyle Andrews ...........'.. 12 Science Club's new newspaper! So men that the la food, planning and feeding pre our
The European nations which have signed the pact-and which in Carl Johns ... "."'''''''''__ 11 what If we do brag a little for health and efficiency,
And her eyes were dimmed and Jame. Phillips .., ,_,.,.._.,_ 8 families
cues have shown great courage In doing so-want arms of all "?"" Those "funnel tumblers" are working I see It,
many and the only reason; as
filled with tears .. ........
Carl Carter ._.... 8
"'- hard to the out, Starling's Grocer
kinds. Arms are expensive and the hard fact Is that only the U. 8.la As she said:, "I am glad you came get paper for the longevity of women'slives
Tommy Harding ____ 8
able to the desired amounts will be of don't forget there'a a box in the that of men Is that
though England
provide over
the days are long"When I
Frank Dryden .." ,.,.?.?_...._... ,7 Library for all news. '
some help. I I answered "So am I," Iwe. Glenn Booth '... ,............._ II The main criticism your of last week's women will deny themselves food STARKE. FLORIDA
General Bradley has said, In effect, that promises to liberate small not will exercise and go to almost
wrong; Billy Booth ..... ......._ 3 "
was getting Glenn C. and SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY
countries on some unknown future date, after a devastating war, arerot For she had opened chapters of Jack Eaves .......,...._. II paper any extreme to cultivate beauty MAY 6 ft 7
? Betty L. mixed in the Question
enough. A strong defense line, he pointed out, must be built and former years; Lewis flames .. _.,......_.1.,.... II Box. Glenn up wants.everybodyto and health, while men refuse to WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTfi

maintained In constant readiness in Europe. This Is generally Interpreted Of happy times and the time of Donald Bennett "..?' ...".-.....-? IS know he's the one that likes obey even the common laws of

suffer the consequence
to mean that the Chief of Staff of the Army believe. that tears- Tommy Hamilton .""..............?.._ t Marlon so our apologies to you health, and short life Yes! Now
All helped me realize there will Charles Cooley .. ...... 3'' -a
American troops, no less than American weapons,,must help hold that OLEO
tin*. Here again we run Into serious problems of high policy-and soon come a day. Clinton Norman ......., ......... 3Geor..e both.Wonder who Inez and Minnie No woman has ever gone to In Sake 10
crave problems of cost an well. When I too shall be lonely and Roberta -. .. .., ....,.. 3 Lee were with at Klngsley Lake, sleep at night feeling that her At

old and grey. Harry Green ?.. .........._. 3 Sunday night And who work for that day was entirely
who believe were
those should
Tbere are that the pact be Implemented
-Wlnnlfred R. NelsonAs Joe Warren .. .. ._.. 1 done while on the contrary her
'u" they flirting with in
regardless of how expensive It might be, but others aren't so sure assembly husband snores peacefully by her
Dr. Edwin Nourse, top economic advisor to the President feel. that Mother's Dav approaches I I In his throw first experience with the Thursday? Klnda young for you side, entirely oblivious to the Great Northern BEANS lb.
javelin Dryden was beaten
girls, don't think? 12V
always try to visit ya
some people
the country Is spending about all It can stand now for military purposes who I by only one and one half feet. And could another flame be carping responsibilities and cares ,
and that the coat of supplying arms to Europe should 1 be are elderly shut In. that Infest the day. It would be
Across starting? Seems like a certain
the street and house
taken out of our domestic military budget. This will meet with little one "STATE FARM TRIP" Impossible to enumerate the tasks
boy Is mighty interested in a
a lovely old lady who
favor among our military leaders, however, for they want more Is bed-fast. When I 'came here The second period science class, girl he calls "Pumpkin." What that confront the average woman

Monty, not less, for domestic establishments.. three years aero she and two accompanied by Mr. Nash,' madea about it, Mrs Law? upon arising In the morning andI SUGAR 41 29
The situation Is further trip to the State Farm Thurs have yet to see the man capableor .
complicated by the current budget out. other close neighbors came callIng Can't be too long before Dolph
of such asks
look. The recent drop In prices and business volume has cut into and she so much remindedme day. On the trip were, Nell Crawford 1 gets back. Did you ever see all performing. many

governmental Income. Where, a fairly short time ago, it looked as If of my dear Mother who has Joe Elmer Tomllnaori JIm. those different kinds of pills. he's satisfactorily.I
mle Rowe, Joe have no Idea that.this. article
the budget for the"next fiscal year would be In balance and might long since gone to the great Beyond Lamb William taking?
oven provide a surplus, It now seems ail If a deficit is sure. In other that I just hugged my new Ingram Carl Brown, Arley Me- Guess everybody was puzzledat :will ever reach the printed page, RICE Blue Rose Ib.12
Rae and Earl McGruder. the Editor being of the masculine %
,words, the Government, Ilka/ the State of Florida and perhaps every neighbor and she has been fond two girls wearing P. J.'a over ,
Entering the at exactly determination but It haa vastly
of me always. I dropped In tosi town Sunday afternoon. You get
other state, Is faced by the insoluble problem of haw. to spend .more
9:30: we looked at the numberof them to relieved my blood pressure which
for Increased services, and at the time Increase. e her the other evenlnr Shelikes explain.
same not taxes. Itcan't
The rose alarmingly after reading the
to talk of the early days of prisoner. morning count Hear B. B. has enjoyed her Swift'sm
be done. her life, which seems so much was Men-2,000 and Women-43. weekends lately. What about It, editorial In question.One HAMS
Of course, It can be soundly argued that anything that might save nearer! and dearer than the pre The guard showing us around Bert? Of The More "Durables:" Picnic 39 9

the peace must be tried-that nothing can be so costly and so sent. One thing she said "If I the grounds pointed out many And what happened to D .M. "Nixie." .

ruinous as war. Even so, turning a good theory Into practical action could only go back to the place buildings such a's the Laundry and D. R.? Could It be that brunette I
can present enormous difficulties. That Is true of the 12-power pact. where I used to live long ago, to Printing Shop, and Tobacco Fac on Walnut Street? (Editor's Note: So did that of

The toughest part of the Job ,still lies ahead. climb the hill back of the house tory. The most important thing Seems that B. M. had fun this my wife who was In the midst of Fresh TOMATOES lb. 121
and look over the countryside." we saw was the Electric Chair, week-end ask D. Tilley, how he tending a six weeks' old baby /;
TOBACCO CIIAWIN' YIELDS TO TACT I brushed a tear from my own In which any of us could sit and likes mermaids. while nursing an older one

eye, for I knew this dear ladyof rest for awhile if we were tired. Robert S. spent Sun. waiting' through the measles and tryingto
Countless books have been written In recent year. on child psychology in-between
Nobody keep an from
wasAfter on a bus. Did she one
but It la doubtful If any of the methods advocated by the so- be ,.ble past eighty to arise would from nevermore het bed. seeing the Recreation Steff? ever get here t,, taking them.) BACON while:: 22
called experts can accomplish more that the household Park
diplomacy we went by the art shop
The 'Lawtey
Perhaps In the future ahead lies girls have been
that has bean used by wise mothers since ,time began. for me? dreams of old age and where prisoners have nice hand- enjoying baseball practice, haven't lb.

For Instance there Is the little story of' the "psychology" used by the sweet dear days which I am they Glenn?

the late Grace Fuller" Warren to handle problems arising in the life living, while I can still climb a the things we think So keep And what's this we hear about Lake GenevaBy t

of the "plough boy" who was to become Florida's Governor In 1949. hill and watch the sun .set. I shall thoughts holy and beautiful. Mon. Klnxsley Beach being open Jack:

When a lad In his early teens It Is said that Fuller contracted think of the days when I was a clothes day when the little I was wren hanging that comes out ie ? ? 7 Blanche. Cunningham e e e,, Oceola C-O-R-N, No. 2 Can 15
Uw boyhood desire to chew tobacco. He had seen the older boys chew WAC, of the teaching at Clay Did you hear Harry tell Manes

and crack a tin can at ten paces, so Fuller was apparently of the Hill, of the year I spent teaching every to me,spring The sun came shone near warm and sang and her "shoes were cute as a "bugsear Mrs. B. Cunningham and sons

opinion that it lent an aura of dignity to the situation to be 'able to In the state of New Mexico, ? were Jacksonville callers Friday
bright High abovp I heard the
of early teaching In Indiana ." Wonder who went bowling with
handle "chawln
your well". evening.
bonk of There four .25
"Mrs. Warren found out',bout hU budding ambition so she fixed, Then I have always the baby V-shaped geese.flocks of geese were going ,Patsy Looks and Phylls Saturday! Mrs. Sue Myrick left "Saturdayfor Sausage.sm;
days of my own son to remem like Jo Ann P's been
him up/a spittoon'In'tile," : buck"yard bought some plug tobacco, and ber/How precious Is time and It north. bringing apples to the teacher or Cullman, .Ala where she'. will] l ,
told Fuller to 'alwayschow at home, son, and don't embarrass the Is only after Many lovely letters A soldier doesn't It work like I visit relativesMrs e I '
the that
we half.
family by doing so In company." way years In life pass that boy In Scotland A T MacDonald ? anymore I Ida M. Gentry and daughter WE WILL BUY YOUR_ "Ec'GSI! -

For a while Fuller tried the home of The we are writes he had a card from MrsC. And Lillian, were Sunday guestsof I ..-- \ .-
plan chewing neighbor glad we are a Mother. Proud some loving soul declared
Mr. and Mrs
Watkins in
hood boys would come around and poke fun at him, causing him to that we have lived through thetrying asked. M.If Cole that, was at all Starke her address and he the Lie of the Week to beThe Jacksonville I We thank you folks!, for giving us the !MOST

quit In disgust, and to this day Governor Warren dues not use tobaccoIn !! years of teething, teach He wants to write He Is In a ugly Casanovaa telling about their Mrs. Floyd Hamrick and son BUSINESS we've ever had. We'll be looking for
any form. ing the first steps, of school when weekend In Jax. Seems like two
Able of Jacksonville Mon. this weekend.
hospital. Lorene Padgett of Clay spent you 'Bye now.
Now we wonder under we lived each day with our children. gorgeous girls escorted them to
Just "ology" of "ism" the psychologistswould Hill went to Long, Branch church day with Mr. and Mrs T. M. JoeTudor
The the new Drive-In. -
most wonderful
Classify this. little demonstration of pure commonsense on the thing Easter and had a nice time. She Finley. Mrs HamrIck la a sister
pert of a wise'mother In the world I is to be a Mother Wonder who John Carter was
wore her new dress and shoes.
God bless all Mothers this Day visiting In Lawtey In that yellow
of all days. Here I pay tribute to Sadie and Chrlstable Carter of convertible Saturday night. Could-

Phone 52-J my own dear Mother and Dad Lawtey spent Sunday with her. n't be Loca could It? i
8 y. oY DEF SEttVICE too The pupil. In Mr. Maxwell's room Don't forget about the box in
are all going for the day. to Silver the Library.
ws vottow Tn.. .TO" Mrs. Hartmann There is always Spring In the Springs Ilia Mae!. Johns writes -

heart; In the world; she had a nice Easter Lula Mae QUESTION' BOX

In each tragic event lies curled. 1 Motiley and Alton Moaley were What Is a Planetarium
A bud of promise, a tender leaf. married one day last week In Lewis H.
Attention Cattle & ProducersSTOCK Waiting to cover the biting grief Georgia I am happy for them. Lu I don't study Biology. ( t I

Hog Like a soft-hued mantle of hearts la Mae la one of my schoolgirls. Mrs. Moore "A room where
ease. Hazel and Carson Grlffls and
you study planets
baby spent Easter In Ocala. The
SALE HELD TUESDAY OF EACH WEEK Yes, every day brings tragic wind has been blowing writes Henry Benett "An igloo for

With Highest Cash Prices Being Obtained events but we will but realize Joann Lang at Lutz Fla. Mamie ends studying"*, lightning bugs' bright J

that there Is always spring in Lou Johns of Mlddleburg has Kenneth a. "What t t ( Oh That jg price CI49mII1570
Turn right at Ball Park the heart and after each eventno been up In South Carolina and know you .
o Waldo Gainesville Road onto matter how sad will come Tennessee last weekend. I look, one of them places where 00

North Alabama" ROOM, and drive i sell. things to bring us compensation.Our This Sunday (Mother's Day) I you atari and through stuff. little things at

hearts seem broken and the will be the annual homecomingat I Manes
tin Stoek Yard. "Place where
end of all things has come. Just Long Branch Church. How I I plants." you grow

FARMERS PRODUCE MARKET Inc. hold on tight, I find that time would love to 'be there and see I Rebecca B. "That must be .
heals and yesterday what seemed all my old friends, and make new :some Biology only
thing. is
Gainesville, Fla. !no tragic to-day will have faded friend., too. I wonder how manyof [1 Kenneth J. "What? ? Beats sedan

L. W. Cobb Auctioneer W. Fred :and you can smile again. Remember my old readers have ever seen me." ((1' 1M ST ARKE'DEUvtRED
Moore Mgr. this Happiness U not this peaceful little church at the I Jim Godwin "Now. you know -
I place or things It Is Inside of us, end of the long sand trail near I1: wouldn't know that. Honey .

Clay Hill? I can vision it now t, Bunch.."
surrounded by the peaceful old

s, cemetery where the people of this
section have burled their dead
', for more than a hundred years. Now on Display-Maytag

'" Yes, this Sunday will be great Dutch Oven Gas Ranger
day at Long Branch and I know

Rev. Strickland will have a wonderful

congregation to preach to.
I only wish I could be there.

HELPFUL HINTS r When Dolling -
tea towels drop pieces of
lemon peel in the water' to bleach
}"r" them and give a sweet scent. Remove

grease spot from wood floor
I fO with steel wool.

, ,. Try this easy cake: 20 graham
/ 60T)vl/RJa'XBff.R- ( crackers 1 ten cent can of condensed .

I' ) milk, 1 cup chopped pecan
meats, dash. salt. 1-2 pkg.; choc- radii.T J v S.ie
Ai1D? cStS4IIrY 46 / r
4 Et> olate drops-the little one for
e> Sound cookies---and vanilla. Roll crack.

t i ( trtocltInsurance ers as you would to make a crust
for pie. Stir in the condensed milk This
ttPStlr5r add nuts MW trick with yew i."..... delivered price Includes _
Fire salt and vanilla then
,1 chocolate drop. Put In a square nesking hell Oil lath Air Cleaner, Oil Filter, Delivery

is to pan and bake in a 330 degree This ultra-new range will amaze and Handling Charge, Gas ((15 Gallon) and Oil.
a. sure
way oven.Today I am writing. this ,on you t Gives you added leUure by State taxes, license and accessories extra:'

4 Qch a GOOD&eer/ protect your the sunporch. The leaves are eooktng a meal automatically,

coming out on trees and bushes while you're away. And this fea. H you are Interested In low delivered pric.; a* well

propertyCharley The ,wind Is blowing and the sun ture's extra on top of all the as
4. OF F;. The price of beer can be loaded with Is shining bright. Digger la downIn other advantages of c.: modern gas r; }'.i: economy of operation, we can offer you
'N the yard. I hope at! who w the lowest priced In 'it* field I
Of: freight or it can be loaded with flavor. read range! Come in soon, and see all coup
) o' If you'd rather buy flavor instead of E. Johns this will this day have peace In its unusual features. r .0Drive

}e freight buy JAX Beer JAX is especial. Agency full the heart of Peace hi a world so ,.... a Ford and .FEEL the different:
cold war and ,
things one
ly tailored to the taste of the South't
Pheae IS
reads In the paper 1s a hard Slade Gas-Co.; Inc.
east. And because you don't pay extra
task. Take .
things as
easy ma we
for freight FIVE bottles of
you get JAX Andrews
J for the price of FOUR bottle of "Long. and can think pure on and things of good that report are true I 2 Doors From R.R. Motor Co. .

Distance" shipped beer. I say God BleM you all and know Cromlnr! o nCaJl :St. Phoei118

i ,A.arwalMa THe TNAVHEM. Hartfwri I always I love each of :you. Phone 121 tarke.Fla'

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MAY -1949


Gainesville chopping last Tuesday.Mrs. .
r.jrooker Eldrldge Hayes led in ..
tlrit f I
prayer liitmtinn < Introdur !! 1941.OFFICIAL.
(OFFICIA1. SKAT.) A. J. Thomaa, of Chapter SHAM." 7j>we of Florida' HO
Sneed and daughter Virginia Meeting Wednesday night at the ">.*,,1.l I........ A.' .J. Thomaa.
and and church. New River Nntlr* |I.. htoreby !itlvvn to th* By Haven Croabv, D. C. I Clerk of th. Circuit Court. In and Aa Clerk of aald CUllr.ph \.
Shirley Glenda Betty Long was in charge uallflBd rlertorii and all oth.ri of T. Prank Landruin, Starfce, Florida ''or Hrndfurd County. Florida' th* By Haven Onaby, It. C.
Parker visited friends in Gainesville of cottage Prayer Meeting at the Ira.lforil County "State of. KlorlOa. Atty*. for I'It. 4-31 4C13 S'It'tltloii I nam* of Klectrlo. Hervlc* .'...... K. Skipper Fred B. Noblo.
:\Iae >wls AND LONG BRIDGE hot n bill will tin Introduced In the A Kupply under which am enitared Ill Graham 'II".. Jax', Florida,
By Iva Thursday afternoon. home of Mr and Mrs. E. W. oHKlon of the Klxladire. for the la rircnlt ........ Hradfnril Coaatr, and iloInK: 'bttalneaa tl 19B K. nil Attya., for pf.| 4-11 4t '-!.
Roddick Thomas of Lake City Hodges Thursday night Helen By Mm E. A.. Sap erni of 1949 now convene*! for the Kl..rlri.l In t.kaarerr, It., Htarke, Bradford County, Fla.

pukes Ooolsby of pent Friday night with Mr. and Barry acted as Sunday School MirpiiHM the of Introdurlnir I.n..nt xalary nn act of conInulnic theiHinbKm AiUuiarle llornnnl, clln.on McDermoti! Plaintiff' '', va, 'hnt operated the aald.by J.huaineaa H. Kite la.,owned Box and I I

and Mr visiting Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Supt., Harry Edwards choir leader. Denzil' .. of the School Honrrt of ,.... fendant. ,Caae No. 7259.Orilrr Mi'Dermott.. De Htarke, Kin.:: Duted. thla 15th "y'6 of. I I II

Palm Beach were Lee Green of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'Vounty, of ITadford. Slate cf Flurta e>f Pabllratlnn.. A Satire. ) toffrnr. April 1>H1. 4-15 4t 5Mvtlc -'
Francis I
visited Barry Pianist Thomas < In tho .
V. V. Hazen and and grandson Mike of Floral mini of $50 (H( per month.hl .\ MTI'N nf FI.OHIIIt toi \
his mother Mrs.. W. M. Lawhon Hamilton B. T. / bill will al.o provlOe for theiivmvnt ..r InteNtltin.
jar Parker last U. Director with .. Bernard Clinton Mcnt,'riitott, whoa* ta Healaterrictltleina
'J L. L. Sunday afternoon. William City Mr., and Mrs Romey Johns thereof and Hourrev tromwhl'h realdeiice' and addreaa la: 34.Si (let :VarnaNotice
Fowler. Gerald Dell
Gay of Jacksonville and Wesley Johns mi*. III fund originate.. IStreet, Jarkaon MelKhta, New York: |I. hereby Riven that 'theindnraiotned
f II. 1 .
Morfian, .
Rogers and Marshall Mott as You are required' to under the provlalonaof
appear on
treen and daughter. Shir- Church News of Hampton visited their mother onrd of Public ,'May 23. 1949, In 1095V Lawa of ,
the ahove
Deacons. Each ord I'ri:4: w'hrlhCI..k ::
did his her .
or County Florida. | | ) i ;
shOpping to- Jacksonimrs' Last .week was Youth Week Mrs. Belle Johns Sunday.Mr. up..rlnt..n.l.nl'l i Court. and cauae' ", whoieln: plulntlftTaeeki I, will relater
ere part well and all the members "I..r. divorce. Pradford County of the circuit Court. In and
at the Baptist Church. N. G. and visitors that and Mrs. Dick Carrol and "hl.. I.T. M kniM M I Telea-raph' ahnll puhliah thla Order tor Bradford County, Florida, the
attended to an
en.joyed nollfy .r..dltou
In Hayes was Youth Pastor children of Jacksonville Sun- ..1..lnannt. and In next four weekly laauea. Irtltlona I n. :'\r: whl th A InveakmentCompany
Plnholster was and the week well with them. spent of the. };J..late. ef T. C. Wltneaa my hand and officialeal .\ ; we art enttraiceil -
beda day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. ('h..taln.. Mr.. d".n..... that ""u ar.It .. iit Htarke., KlurliU, thla April anil dolnir bnalnoaa. at the
: I\ '! 'i.lt" I U. Ut9. lervlc* Center Htatlon. Wlarke, Flortla. -
We are glad to report that Ira Merrltt. \h: u "j.d: f :ro.1 ( FFlciAIi SEAT) A. J. Thomaa, Thut I the ftald I hnalneiia I la. ownedanil
James ('ounty. Florid... not 1101..1'.
Hamilton has returned than
Mrs. Francis Miss ArHo Aa Clerk of ald! Court operated by the following// -
May .hrht : :
home from the hospital and la ... monlh. trom th.. .'Ir..t Pllhll. Ry llnven Croahy. 1'. c. tcreateil. partlea: tfl. n. tloodman.Mtarke .
Gallaher and Mlsa Hess of Lake .tl..n of Ihl. notl. 0. the r"11\ "'. Frank I..rum.. Ht"rkt>, Florida. Klorltla; T, C. Haien, Jr.,
getting along fine after under Sutler and Preaten Durden of l"llon.will ha.. .barred Thli by "Statute of LI in I- Attya. for 1'lf. 4-Ja 4t .ia Htark* FlurUlii" : nnd E3. M. Denmark
April IMlh. 144. .
I tur Farm going an operation to remove Bedford Lake attended prayer '|4t&l20 J..M. M. ('......". Aim'*. .a (.treult ......-... Hradrunl 1'anatyorltlai Mturke. Klorltla.- 4-15 4158IN

his appendix. at Monday .-| IN t baacery."harlra Circuit .........
meeting Long Bridge NollTo llftain II Mar r. .. ..r.i Bradford Uanaty.Klorlilai
I Kinney Russ Is In the hospital night. Thin IH to notify nil ...reIIand (... II. Meyer, PliilntlfT I va.ranrea la 4 banrery,
with a bad foot which he received liilniuntK of the Kntat of Kannle Nn.1UA.U. Meyer, Defenilant. Case 1[>. Itiiaciie Heet'li, Jr., Plaintiff. va. with
I Mrs. Charlie Cowen visited her M. llreen, deceased, that you are totl .Irilev ml Paalleatltm. 'r.lnram: Itiiynur' llttech llefendunt. happy O4ir
lachineryirvice while Netlce to) .
swimming several ;weeks your rlalniH, duly nworn to. with a a No. 7S!>*.
husband In Gainesville Thursday r :: : Appear, "TAru or* KI.OHIItk toi'rancea Onler "
he County Juris* of Brmlford Conn* of lubllcatl a 'I.llce> toAaitear.
ago.O. and was accompanied home by ly. .Kla., nut Inter than eluht nionihnfrom K. .Meyer, whoae. realdenceknd *T I:M OK KI.OH1IH toiKl : UNIVERSALHOSPITAL
addreaa la ;
W. Barry is also sick in bed. the flml ixibllcntlon of thla. : l.a ton Street, .n'i iu'e Kiivncr Beech, wlume realdence
Mr. him Friday afternoon. notion or the claim will be haried. iHckennack, New Jeraey: la unknown
Rogers has been confined "
;; to his bed for several days. We Miss Sylvia Sapp and Dannie hv 1 J Statute lh, 1K414,294ir of 1.lmltatlon"hl. Apr- ,> :2.1'r.I94ti reunlrrd\ In. tin*tn..h.ai>\e>prar naniml'ourt onlav ;Mnv You: St!are, 104A reiiilrpd' III the to above appear namedCoint on I

wish them all a speedy recovery. Kite of Lake Butler visited Louise >|90 l.or: ...o I and M. J. Johns -
I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Sunday.Mr. I. ( trralt. ...r' Bradfard C'tiaatf', ahatl imbltah thla. Order' TeltFirrni. ahatl'piibllah. thlaOrderIn PLAN
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp went In next' four weekly laauea.Wltneaa .
Mr. and Mrs. .Mittrlilai. la 1 hanrery, nNt four weoklv laaneaVitneaa ,
S. and Mrs. .
Kelley nv': hand and official.,
time and t.. VW Sowell quests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp ifuiko Curac, Plaintiff. VN. Prnitolla .nil at Mtmke, ..'Io"'h',,, thla. Aplll \a my hand, .and officialeeitl ..
Leon save you money spent Thursday at (Druiclca) Hkoknndlu Curac I 9, 1941UFKIOIAI. at Btarke. Klitrltla, this .-April It I* really amsalnit what wonderful
In Lake Butler afternoon.
Ocklawaha fishing. Each reported Sunday XTm.liinl., '.n...- N.>. Tllfi.Order ( SRAL A. .7. Thnmna, I IA. 1 0.". protection It Klvea maanil
tI'P'' 'ICI\r. HR\f.1: A.I. Thomaa,
that nf Panllpatlim A tillNottre
We to
are glad report Aa Clerk tif aaltl i'uiirt.ty entire family. Including
a fine time and plenty of fish. t'o AppearSTATK A a clvrk nf aalil Cuurt.Bv
Ymle Crews is back home from Haven (Croabv. 1> t\ who .la
Haven .
OFF I. u It inA to'IraffnlllM. : Cruahv. U. < my Krandmother
what i service? Mr. and Mrs. Mike "1*. Frank Landrum
Just Tllghman Hlarke. Florida
lADQUARriRS ha Lake where inmflrlCMll Mkokaitflti Huv Hvlilmi, HfUlen. liulldlna-'. Dayttuia I 70 old.
hospital City years
Here's what u>e try to do: and children of Gainesville visited ""rjif1- ,- "'whoae renldence. and,. n he has been under treatment for Attva, fur. I'lf 4-31 4t JUtm
: SSrnovo-Korculift Dalm K.:N It.,
for Mr. and Mrs. Sam Matt Sunday.Mr. tcoHlavIa rirealt Court, llrailfnrd CeiNNty. I IT PAYS UP TO .
sinus. : -
Klorlilai la 4
Keep every Ford Tractor and Mrs. Guy Harrell and You are required to appear on K. Chi'lat, Plaintiff.\ va. Irrnlf fonrt. Bradford Tanaty,
I Ford Traitor* and every piece of daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. May ,10, I94K In tn. ahove "..m.'.. Pauline Mary Chrlut li..f."d"t. Florida i In C ........,.. *
Church Ciiurt and cauan, wherein plulnllffitf .*aae. 1'1101251. Vlra.". tl. illiu-kwood. Plaintiff va $1200.00
I Md acctssoritsI De arborn.Farm Equip Jack Lucas of Jacksonville Sun I Hope Baptist >ka divorce.. Bradford (*ounty Tel.erer".h tntrr *>f ppkllcatl! 'M A \<> John I'UlHnl Mlnrkwooil, Defendant.I'aaa .
ahnll. .thl. urdxr In :
,pts day. I piibllKh T 'rH < r'lttlllltt tortiulln No 7JS.1Mrtler
meat working at top em.D..born Homecoming Delayed next four weekIv lapuee.WitneKit if *..lillratliia. A Notlre.
l toApKmr.
Chrlat. ln real <
Mary ae Board
I Form Mrs. T. W. Markey. Mrs Mattie mv hand and officialmini ; : for Hoapllal Room nnd
dence nn I ciency and be Johnnyonthespot Sowell Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Due to the Illness in the community I at Htaikv, "Klurliln thin. April ;New; York City, New York. John, lillliirtl llankwood, whtiaa red far each ono at us aad for
and f7 114'. You are required to on Ulnnt'e la unknown: each Illness, or accident, aad
partibpttt appear
, I Equipment when some grandchildren Edward and Jean the annual Homecoming' (OPPIClAt. > !BEAI.! ,) A. J. ThomaAn May 23. 194Nin the above unmet1Court Tun nre. ietiilred to appear. onMnv In aildltlon' provldea money

thine Endlcott and Miss Annltte Green Clerk nf Wald Court and caua*. wherein plaintiffaeeka 3R. 19'1.! In the ahove named
; foes wrong. held Mother's Day for Room. Aamxt
usually on Operating
wrvtaFarming f'y Haven Croaby, r> C.T divorce.. Pvndfortl Court nntl rallae. wherein illHlntlffeeeka
it.. visited Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes at the Hope Baptist Church Prank, I",indrunt, Starke, Florida TeI.Kraph ahull putillah Ihl.O'd..rIn County illvurpe I Ar ruatoily A ftintrolof I net Ira, Iiahorntort Tests, X-

Some of our service is and children Monday afternoon. Theressa Is postponed. until a Ally fur I'lf. 419 4t 620In | next four. Mvtklv laaueaVltneaa minor rhlldren.. : : Ttraitford OonntyT1t Kay, Physio-Therapy. Medicine

Information free; some costs only for Mrs. Eldon Hardy and daughter later date ,which will be announced. Circuit. .- Court-, llradford r
the parts; some requires a Janet of Starke visited Mr. and .-C. Sullivan Church Patricia; In M Chaaprrr Krancln: ,, TMalntlff: v ; ( ,. I145.rUPPICIAti f>1 Ar.) A. .7. ThomaaAa Heal at: Htnrke. mv, hnnil Flul: lila. ,"jlhl.O April: :I of u" haTS an Illness or Injury

reasonable labor 'char e. Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday. Clerk. Harold. K, PranvlM, Defendant. OnneNo Clerk: of mtlil Court tl. lilt that require* 1.1'.1'''. It

I Claud Crosby of Deland is 72119. By Haven Croahy. I'. c, (OFFICIAL !RAt.) A. J. Thnmna, I pave for that too, un ta ,WO.
But you'll find us fair Order of Publication. AadAntler 't'. Frank, Inntlrum" Htarke, Florida. Aa rink nf. aalil ,'ourt, Out thAt Is not all. It pays
II residing with Malcolm Lewis.A. REVIVAL BKXJINH MON.AT .. '!'. AppearSTA.TM Attyt. for 1'lf. 4-83 4t 613In Ttv Haven Croahv. n. O!,
we want to keep on serving B. Surrency of Starke visited OF ri.tutinA toIlnroM : Tii.ru'h'h Anilxraon, Clreen. Cove for Doctor's culls whether at
I LAVVTEY BAPTIST K Kranrln, whim* renliloncela' Circuit Court, llradfttrd. O.*atrKlorltlal '" : home, In tlie hospital or at
you for a long time. friends and. relatives here Satur : r.-lt Wllaun. Street. Charl...ton. lit t.baacerr* At:: .to.nrr'.d": 4-ta 'tt I-U the ortor's. Office and whether

I II day. Rev. G. V, Lee pastor of the H. Yon<".. are. rermtrert. to appear, on .Kranrea Mnlaiiora. IMnlntlff I va. needed for Illness or Injury.There .

Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Layfleld Lawtey Baptist Church announces May :HO. 1949, In the above namei. .1 1'eter. 7254 Miitairora, lipfrndunt CaaaNo la Irrnll Cniirt, llradferil Ceiintr.Klerltlai ara no restrictions aa

and children of Gainesville visited revival services to be held each (*iniit and cailae, whc-reln, plaintiff Order ef Piibllratlea Nollce taAppear. In I hnnrery..Inhn to IBS. number of times wamay
.. Wiilnh' I'lulntlff. va, Mardun1 -
i *ikfl divorce ft restoration of nialtlin
I IIX1E EQUIPMENT Inc Mr. and Mr.N.\ C. Matt last evening May 9-15- beginning at ,,,,",e. Hrndfol'd bounty. *..tir Mfltuiforn. ortlkl wluiae tlf .Kl.onlllA realilence. .el I I.> :Nn. Tifldnrdrr M.. Walah. .liefpnilitnl, L'aae which fa Doctor to th,*or honnltal.Hospital or waaelecf. to
Tcl..>irraih nhall ptibllnh. thla order .
Taft Newbullth New York
weekend.Several. 10 "y. ,
p.m. .
II In next four weekly laxuea.Vltneaa You \ of Piihllfalli. >. .4 "Kollre tanunear. Wa may chooaa any
1436 West Main Street. South people attended the Rev. Dewey Mann pastor of \ nw hand and l offlcla May 33 are, 1949 r.ulr.lu, In tho above appear nameiCourt on oftTK IIK KI.OHII1" toiMiiiKiirot Doctor. Hospital la the

I funeral of Mrs. Miller Monday the First Baptist Church In Ferry veal at Htaike Klnrlda, thla AI.rll| and ratlae, wherein plnlntlfaeeka ilnlli'a lal MValih.('",'. Mlaa. whnae Veva-le real Oilmure world.
21. 11141
I Phone 2639 'Gainesville. Fla. afternoon. She is the mother of will preach and a cordial invitation h ahnll puMUh l rRiirnnl thla CttiintyTeliicrB OrdeIn Toiirnlne. Hotel Oakland. Cal.l Another Important Dolat .U
: A. Clerk of Ha III Court You nre. required tu appear' nn that It furnishes24HOUR,
Is extended to the weekly ,
next four laauea
t Mr. Albertus Miller. Bv tlnven_ Cronby.. T>. OJ. i Vntnvaa my linntl: 1 nnd::: cifflclatReal May id. Kill', In Ih* above named. *
t --- ,2i nranamHldir. ar Klarka, ITIuildil. tllll April (.\iurt and railae, wherein plaintiffBri'ln \
illvnrre. Prarifnrd Colinlv
OIII'RCll OF CHRIST Jnckaonvllle, Florida, 111 1149OFFICIAL
Ally, for I'It. 4189 4t MSIN PKAO A. .7. Th.miaa. Trli'irraph ahall pnhllah thin Order.
ARMY CAMP BLANDING REVIVAL BEGINS In next fnur weekly teaitaa.Wlliiean .
AH Clerk of anld Court.By
MAY BUll rinrrir rTTTitV. nntnpnNnI ( mv' hand and nftlolalif ,
MONDAY Hnven Croahv I>. c.Uav .
'<>tTY, FI.OHIIttl I'M 1 HI: AN. Helilen, Hvlilon llullillnv. T>nytona. > "l at Htarke, Klnrldn, Ihla April ,. Protection

Beginning Monday May 9, the ;CK.HV.John: Brovmnn. Plaintiff, VH. Mar1Hromnan. Alty. lleach.for Pit.Florida 4S 4t 011XITICH JU.AIT....'. A fKOTKCTA -

Starke Church of Christ is sponsoring liefendant Cane No. 7241Olll .
>Kn: OF1 Pimi.lCATION TO n.nnVoft. Or 1C IIOMK: : WITH very dsy, ou sad off tha Job.II .
I a two .weeks' meeting AN1 NOTIOK TO APPKARHTATW Nntlfa la hereby Klvrn that. aeal* pays tha fall amount of

Services will begin each evening OH" F'.OHlnA. toMury ed blda will be recrlved until 10 a.in Till: NKW: benefits even. If th* stricken
lroiman: whoae raldenreaniadilreaa
at 8 o'clock and V. E. Jones ot la: Okr l>oprad.. LuulvnaCtitchoalovak ahiirfh., Alirll propertyln.ilMInc 27. 1949, on the following SUN M A S T EL .amber of our family Is ear

I Valdosta Ga. .will do the preach la: : : No.:: 4: Main Church Aud .. arad by Workmen's Compen-

I ing. You will enjoy hearing Brother May Ton teth are 1949.required In the to.aliova appear namerCourt on itoriumliillillnr, Nn. 9: 11 x 4*', ALL ALUMINUM ..ThY&10. benefits af this. woadarfnl > .

Jones deliver God's meiiaag and cauae, wherein plalntlfeeeka TliilMlnaNCI.. li ir x 4H', .
A W N I N G SI la navsr redact
divorce. Bradford Count protection
to mankind In a simple and un Telecraph. ahall publlah thla Orde, luillrilnv Church No.reaervea 1: SB' xTrie the U'> right. tOr..J..t R K: K KHT.MATKH becauaa of any otherkuuraBCo
I Another Big First derstandlng manner.' '1 In next four my weekly hand and liuiiiea.Wltneaa official. aeaat any I and A.'an all <"hltla.Jv"., Chairman' INSTALLATION w* now carry. oray

Everyone is Invited and urge< Starke, Florida thli April Itth Board. of* Tru.t...... plrat ftaptlatChurch hereafter seemre.II

.. to attend this meeting. There will l 4t. Htarke, Fla 4-U tt 412rlrtlllnaa McCOitn PUKNITITItE also fnelaaes up to f,

I be good singing during the entire A a Clerk of aald {'nur'. ...If... .. ..;;;;;: .. R'al... & NOVELTY SHOP
and all who enjoy good By Haven froaby D. O. NaeaaNntlca $1,000.00
T. Frank I.andrum. Btarke. Florida. la that th Boll J4S !Ktarkr, Fla,
hereby vlven '
singing are Invited to enter Into Atty. for Plf. '-l* .t ..(. liiderHle-ned. uniler the provlalona. A

this part of the worship. "Come !. rtrenlt <<:..... Bradford thou with us and we will do thee ..1..1... .. C.......,.. _HI'" __....IIIU,..
Arnold Wldman. Plaintiff ".. Rut NOTICE
good. I Wldman Pefendant.. Cane N... 714Order .. NotlfN. la hereby alven thnt thaolil .. fnllowlnir ilearrlrtetl landa will he
The Church Is located at the of Publication. aad Netle* at public auttltm un the. 4thnnun day of Juiiif. 1411, at II o'clockFla. .

p-t" ? corner of. State Road 16 and Me- to AaperSTATH at the fllv: Mall In Htarke, ., to "pay the. amount due for
; >* OF FIjOnlDA toHuth 1144 taxea. herein aet oppoatte tuof the name, I'laether' with all coat*
Mahon Street.CHURCH Wldman whone. realdenca and aurh' eale anil, ailvertlalnir.lle : BENEFITS
, addreia I.r: I97S B..th..at. AvenueIironir .rrlptl. ..n M. .... N. Itwner TaxeaMra. i
I New York Loin. 5-7 nf Hlk I sa OrlaHurvey .
OF JESUS: CHRIST Ton are required to appear o n .
Town ofHtnrke III < 1] .. W T MnrahallJ. II at
v, OP LATER DAY SAINTS May Itth 1941), In the above namet B 70 ft of I.ot 9 of 'Work arc paid regaraisss of whetli
Court and cauao, wherein plaintiff 27, I irla". !Hurvey Town er the Mrth 1s at aom. er 1stthe
Neeka dlvnrce. Bradford CountTelearaph nf Mtnrk I* I 2}
The Church of Jesus Christ of Krul OilY n.n koeplUI.AH .
hall thla Ortte' .
piihllah Mlarellaae. ., ..Me M nrke> SIN .. :iUV
Latter Day Saints .will hold Sun In next four weekly laauee.Wltneai \ "<(1 l Kt ..t :.V IOIV Kt of -. these b Bflti. are print4 -
my hand and offlrla' In targe clear type> !. tkeoatraet .
School In the usa building on K'4 of VWI| of tff.'t: of
....a I at Htarke, Florida thla Apr MI; ,, Kx: W 4H Kt U 33 Kuirnn: Iliintrr, 419rt. aad all ethervlnloM p....
Temple Ave. each Sunday morn- 12th. 149.OFFICIAL. Com at NK I: for of W(4' ofHI to which all theseHM .....
( SKAT.)' A. J. ThomaAII -:',, .,t NKVt A. run W :
Ing at 10 o'clock. Everybody wel Clerk of Bald. Court.By .- I a Kl for "Pt of llea-, are subject. are !. enderstood ",

come. Haven Cronby.. D. n. Th.'''''. Hun W 110 "'t. rl1HO .lmug...f..aait hestI
m T. Prank l, nilrurn, Htarke, FlaAtty. Kt K All Kt N IIIft Ftto all the MonUilr presalas*
for Plf. 4' I't of l>... II' 12K
If. Mill 4 85rt. rate* are ipursateed to rrsals -
CHURCH OF CHRIST I iiii "KI nf N ton rt of
ll.. ol
tli renr< M
nnrriT rncnT. BBnronnroiTNTr. ] same
10". t.f of if
NYVVi HEi/i (
Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday
FLOHIIIAI IM. CHAN: !NK'; : ,, 211 22 M. I.ltlle tt 4S the ImereaslMit, a(* el those
Church Service 11 a.m. SundayEvening CICH... W"A nf WRI'i: of RRi.4' of ..dfr the plaa.It .
Rrneat U Drown. Plaintiff v.. Jr.I-l len SI':' .Kx W .9 .Kt Ik Kx: fla
Service 7:45: p.m. Sun- V. Browne I>ef.ndant. Cane No7M4"OTtr .D axml My feellaxto
!': no K' 2ft < 22 )J,.. Rtlna Tl. Mllle 1." b* so well protevted bf ..
thnt, Portion of NWI1of
HIS 25'x27r HOME >ETl OP Pt'BMOATIOrf All. MVVi/. l.ylnaW of fa' CamiNur that haa already

AND NOTir-ES TO APPKAHBTATK nnl N of c-all Ht Hi.f paM. over
OP1 FI-OnlDA to:
GUARANTEEDW U'.lli-r'' Ht Kx llnmeaof
Helen whoae realdennlat I
V. Brown .
II M llntiattm, ('h" t
198 Beechwood Avenue Uocata' .
A. .lenklna W. :Moore 3 $1,500,000.00
New 'lt:
Jereey '
: Kx One ; to J.. M. f ,

W May Ton I Kill.ara 1941 required, rfi the to above appear namei on I One Kilwardu; Lot about 22 ft wldnH U 31 FlorMn Plaitlm Inc. tU.15 Is) rlalmn. II Is th* hla4. ofprvtectlosi

$ Court.. and cauae. ,wherein plalntlfoka ; W hv 111 PI N : w* had. be.. lovkImg <
divorce, l-raclford County Tel ,.
H Hounded. on K >>v WelIrr for and new that ws hav. *
evraph ahull piilillah this Order In
"Ht' M hv ljir.il ofMnr.rii.ll
next four weekly fnauea.Wltneaa ......- I foMd It, DO woader we arehappy.
W hv "Hllt-i.x' *
...n" and official ie.1 "
mv .. ,
le la aV N l Iy 1It'k lit
NLY < IIIIDOWN ::411 Htarke, Plorldit. thla April 11'OFFICIAL fjiviiiwMtun-Truhy. .* ('n If 'o. are not mow eajoy

BKAD A.I. Thoma. Add. 2* U U"knnwn mi Ing the MflHfiiHIoB of kaowIng
All that Certain I'lere nf -
Court. voa and family
Aa Clerk of ai Haven Crn hY. P. f!. I.antl f.ylnc H .>f l.ola. ,
By T.H.H.IO of. Illni-k II Ilaa.Kln I reallf protertril acalnut thehaxard
Ray Helden. Halden Bid*' DaytonaBeach. _. _
.. AiM' riouniled M hyllv of wrldent aad III

.for Florida Plf. 4-11 U Bla -' I.iinilit *. W hv Mon- ._, fill oat null mall the attarhrri -
Atty. rur Ht If extemloil' 24MlwrellnaeoMM n..h.rt nr..t.n 2 U roapon lor fnll detail

Clrralt ('"..... Hr.df..4 f: .aa'rKlarMai *farhe :l1t"IJI: I of this mmmtlngToday's ..1. tI
lit ft of WK. nf
SERVICE l. ( baae.rr.Verlee K NK'.J .
Hart Hlam'hard Plaintiff of HK1ofNK'i' Kx I'nr.. ,
v.... William Perry Mlanchard: Dafendant. r.l N Hold, 2tDlte 22 t'nknown .. Hazards
7J40. |'h' aa Fleat* In peedrimik
NICE LINE OF Caae aad NatlpoTo 57, Pave III 7(1Hink ( n t'nknown JOS
I Order of ,....0 '..t. II" r...... In n..."
INTACT f WATCHES & BANDS UTATB OK A. KUOBItlA ear tOI llo Pna-e 0.-.1 21 < 22 t'nknownt tot. Are Great

DELIVERED William Perry. Blunt-hard whoaarealdenca Com. at HW ('or of NK:<4 of .- ..
la unknown: H"lof' NKI4" A run Vno
SANDERSWATCH You ara required to appear on Kt fur a ft nf neeThonre .. Horn* person dim from accident 1.
-' May Itth. 1949 In the above namei. run W lOll Kt VBO .. .- every a minute*. Mama
Court and c-auaa, wherein plalntlfoka Kt K 100 Ft H DO Ft la
REPAIR .... divorce. Uradfrtrd County In I'f ..f Hoe; 21Cnm ti Unknown IIS person every tV4minutes.
ahall publleh this OrdeIn at HW' : Cor of *tfV ofNfM Horn person .je. *

LOCATED IX HOLLYWOOD Telea-raph next. four weekly leauea.Wltnaia run N II Ft Wl from. Illness every 30 seconds.X7.0OO .
Total Cost 645TO CAMERA It GIFT SHOP my hand and offlrlaeeal n1 Ft tor.. Pf of *VeTH.ie I persons st home today

at Htarke, Florida thla April run N VII Ft % will enter a hospital tumor.*
A'h. ,It,. tun Kt H IIS K 100Kf
Railroad (OFFICIAL I'IF.AI.1.:1.' Thoma.Aa .. r* Pt *** Her ?e II rtobrrt: U Tnton. .73 row. I oat of every 4 person
Call Strwt at
Clerk of laid Court On F.nt aa Deati In Deed will be) dlssblrd Ihla year

MOST STARKE LOCATIONS SLIGHTLY STARKK, FLA. By Haven Cmehy. tt. C. flunk M, Pace' 111 29Ixi' >> 6 32 Pnknown rr l by Ulnesa ar accident. Moatoi

Joeepti K. Hkliiper. lit Graham ,.4.1" of TH", 2 .1. them thought It "could net
BldaT., Jackaonvllle Florida.Atty I happen to '''..." How long
n Alvare* Add toHlarke no'
\1 4* 1-'
HIGHER TO SOME SITES for Plf. 2f A 23 ftohfirClr.r.n T.R1 con yoa) and your family escape

Wet lee of la.ee>;;;; ta totrodeaeeerlel > L.-- -' .., ntk 111.10. n, ? It la easier ta pay tha
&OUILI ATTRACTIYI DROP SIDING ...alolell..aiNotice .....y .Add 10 ",..k.. U.. uno""' cr.- (Jr.." U IIW small monthly premium' of
HUNG WINDOWS .u hereby alven that a bill 10 "" r..., ... I..,,' I .. .c' I the wonderful
"Ik '' A WELDING Ilalature ot 2 .h."y
will ha 1 "
I r 'I'I"t,1:1, ..f4I'll '0 "...k. II, .. U W. A. r'wk It UI FLAW
COVIMD WITH ROLL ROOFING STURDY WOOD DOUtLf FLOOR ) to empower by the and aulhorlae Mid ....t .., I....." n""nI." nnW than to pay Ih* rout of aalagla
Cltr of Htarke of by aal-l and City th.ou.h to levyand the ......h.!II .".t",r....1 II"I .,Itl..b." 'k 2 .. HlneiM or acrktent of
Cltr Council ana of tha members af
INSULATION ..' '.1. .T"h. Ad.1 II: hv I I your
GRAND GYPSUM qualifyingfoe
FOR 2-UDHOOM HOM I candldatea ao.oaa a for elective municipal "'h..rr.. It. .. .,.. I".tT family.Mall". .
aaldfee ..r fIIk t In 1..Truh.. .
office) In the City of Btarke; .
IJ" Fl. Percent of tft To..n "' I th, coupon "Ia,.
not to exceed e .Ad'l. 2..1 .
NEW PRICES OH # the annual paid to t .. at O.a", n. lIIoh..p .

LOW the occupant of n:7l baaed: on: :.:the. The aalarvor ae.aeaament "": tn..." 2 7''r;:' rJf. I' .
to r". Adot I.. It'.rk.. 2' "t2 n..dY'. II. nl.hnp 'II1.l..C..T. .ii i DA MUTUAL UFI1NSURANC
for the
eompeneatlon election paid' for which rearpreceedlna ...,. 1'..... ...._ftl... ., : 'I r .
Wo offer the prapto of Stark ; tha nuaHflee. 2'1 2:1Lt. 1'1'I I CO. "l !

Materials the candidate Carl Johne.: City Cl..rk. ... AI ..t n,.. II .. 'Vn P. O. Sex )011Or
"r "Ik n .. II..
Building .f "tarka, Fla.
tt Clty .
and vicinity on* of tile mostmmlrrn Yo'''' of ,,,.. ,T" "..1t "hl.m..n. IT U" **** Aveaee ;

la flrralt Ce.r.. Kraaferd Ceaafr, ;;;: ; ;' '::" 1 ot f.nI.S Unm..1' Wlllla.... OIl I Orlasu.0. Fiori.... ell)
ele la 4 tmmrrrr --
rlaat ,
and flnnt equippedwelding ,1.... '''1. TIT
Plaintiff, va.Kachel nt nJlI ftl .
ELECTRICAL ITEMS .,. W. ..Harracloua-h Marraclouch.' defendant. ,.... ot Mk U ,.. I.lld..m..n. .n ....._.it Witftea* .. ..Idr"

SEASONED LUMBER aajrwher*. (.. Nt> .'21" ...... .. ...... .oo ....". :lit 22 I M an port, ale... .-. ..

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: MAY G 1949

I I Edwards. Jr., Virgil L. Robinson, Cartoon For
Baptist Circles Methodist Choir Mrs. Stubbins Host Local GuardsmenTo V. L. Sterling, and Capt. Tho Kids

Club Fire Ranges C. H %:en. Jr The team visits Given With Bonds
HonorsMr. To Bridge
Have Meeting Supper companies
bthe following
one At
." '::>- .' Post Office
\ And Mrs Smith Mrs. R. p Stubbln, Jr. wall During June each week Co. a, Gainesville,
Circle: meetings of the Baptist Co. :K, Ocftla. and Heavy Tank Postmaster
)\ hostess to the State Farm bridgeclub F. F St
W M. U. were held Tuesday afternoon Member of the Methodist choir Plans have been completed Lake "
Wednesday afternoon at 2 Co. In City. nounces that all purchaZ.
<. # ;> May 3, at 3:30 o'clock. gave a lovely covered dish chicken o'clock at her home in Plnehurst parts of the local National Guard The surprise of the year for United State. Saving '
Circle Two met at the home of dinner at the home of Mr. J. W subdivision. company to visit Camp Blanding local unit wa given\ to lat for children will Bond by,
the now
: Mrs. A. A Durden with Mrs. W. Kincaid In honor of Mr. and Mr. each week in June for the purI Jr. who addition to their 1'tCe1l', I
Residence L. Andrews, leader, presiding over The home was decorated for the of firing rifle range couraea. Sgt. Altmrt L. Crosby, bonds, II Cal
Office! Gladys MootyKOI L. F. Smith, Sr. last Friday even. of I pose working at his desk State. Treasury '
was away
with arrangements ;
occasion and
torWomen's Phone 83Y the business meeting. Collectionfor The unit will be divided partof
Phone 29 flower and recently on the quarterly train- signed by the cartoonist
the afternoon was $2165. The Ing.The where the affair vart-colored garden the men will be at camp AI r.
garden Easter lilies A dessert course was and Sun- Ing scpedule when In walked Maj. creator of Lir Abncr
tartar Circle will sponsor a community each weekend (Saturday
\ took place was attractively lighted served at the three bridge .tables and mess Gen. Kenneth\ F Cramer, Chief; ThIs colorful certificate
beginning June. Housing
cottage prayer meeting and the day) in ; '
Beam with overhead lights
AuxiliaryMet Miss Margaret the progression of National Guard Bureau, and In- Inscribed with the jJL
Friday evening at the home of borders of growing flower helped preceding ing facilities have been arrangedfor I chiw
MondayMembers Weds David PenoyerIn Mrs. Martha Maxwell and con to carry out the Fiesta color bridge. at Blending and the units will troduced iitmself.Th I and date of bond purchaw i\.

Church Ceremony tinuing one night a week until motif. The buffet supper wa served spend the night at Camp. Each General made a thorough new,>certificates are now on W
of the Women' Auxiliary the revival, beginning June 5 from a long table which held a Welfare Payments member of the unit will receive Inspection the armory and all play at the post office.

of the St. Mark' Episcopal Miss Margaret Evelyn Beam, through 28. The program for the centerpiece of red gladioli, yellow To Climb two days' pay for the weekend record of the unit and left with their Parents are advised to prota>
Continue child's
church held their monthly meet- daughter of Mr. and Mr. Cyrus afternoon was entitled "The Word" statlca and red roses in a low firing. the parting .word that "You havea future by bu

ing Monday evening In tho Par- E Beam of Starke, became the with Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs green pottery bowl. Individual During April A drivers test team from this good Mt of record and every extra savings. bonds now.

lab HOUM.Mra bride of David H. Penoyer, on Thomas taking part. tables were arranged throughoutthe unit Is visiting other companies thing in general seems to be I
O. L. Beasley and Mrs. L. of Mr. Jennie Penoyerand During the social hour the garden. Payment from State and Fed- of the 2nd Battalion, one each fine het.. with your unit In for' his leaves. Sgt. Crosby. lei
F. Smith, Jr. were elected'dele- the late Bert Penoyer of hostess, assisted by her mother, Enjoying 'the occasion Mere 20 eral tax funda to Florida' needy week, for the purpose of giving\ Stark"\, In= as a one-man Chamber n
the Olitrtct Two SChnecteday, N. Y., In a ceremony -Mrs. Mary Oelger served refreshments member of the Choir, the hon aged, blind, and dependent children drivers tests and issuing drivers 'Commerce, Informed the OMn
to attend The C neral
wa accompaniedby
fate In the First Methodist to the 21 members present. ored guests and Rev.. and Mr*. J. continued to climb in.April, (OX) licences. that "We are j .
'meeting of the Women' Auxiliaryof The will be with Col. Julian F. Pfaff, acting have you visit Commua
: next
who ,,
to S. E.
Thursday. Hill. Sparks
Church, Jacksonville, on R. according I Members of this team are: Lt. United State Property and Disbursing "
Episcopal church In Palatka April 28. The Rev. P. M. Mrs E. D. Tenly. I Member. of District 5, Welfare of Gainesville, and state
Robert T. Mann Officer for Florida.
elected were
Alternate -
May 10. Boyd officiated. Minnie Lou Hazen Board.
Mr*. Q. W. Brown and Mr. W. I Circle Three held Its meeting showeda who Joined the company! recently; The General stated that he Arrived Just In time (orthrr's
bride of
the The number cases
H. Noegel. For her marriage suit, with with Mrs J. M. Brownlee with Weds Don Patray Increase over the State of Sgt. 1 cl. Seeber D. Goodman, was to begin his annual vacation Day Imported \ollm"
white net
chose a gabardine Mrs Joe Wilson assisting. There Sgt. Wm. C. Rhoden, Pfc. KirbY within the} next few days and Summer Sheers, Mlimni sir' n
brown accessoriesShe Hazen 1277 with an increase In assistance I
which ahe wore and Mr U O. announce -
Adult Class Enjoys were 13 members and two visitors Mr. $118.199.50. Swindell, Jack W. Hall, James M.: that he Always favored Florida to 4%?,Leila's Dress Shop.
carried a white prayer book the marriage of their payment of
Picnic At ParkThe centered with a white'orchid. The program topic was entitled daughter, Minnie Lou, to Donald There were 87,977 person or families -

The bride wa* attended by her "The World Must Have the Bible" Patray, son of Mr.> and Mrs. on the rolls In April and .

Presbyterian Adult clam .I.ter. Mr. Lorraine DuBoae, who with Mrs. L. B. Daniels, Mrs. R. James Patray. The young couple they received total of 3589914.

enjoyed a covered dish picnic at wore a brown and white silk suit A. Thomas and Mrs. M.,F. Hazen who were united in marriage In Of that $1.294.589 was State You Can't Feed A
Gold Head Branch Thursday evening with matching accessories and a taking part. The program was Folkston, Ga. Wednesday April funds and $2,729.325 was Federal Family

of lat week. The picnic term- corsage of white gardenias.Mr. closed with prayer by Mrs. W. J. 27, were accompanied by Mia money. ,
inated a membership contest between Penftyer had a* his best Epperson, Sr. Mrs H. L. Brown Janette Priest, George Jones and Not shown In the inslntance
Mr*. V. E. St. John' man Austin Kendall of Jacksonville lee, circle leader, presided over George Powell. payments are various other services On Weekend .Specials-AftF F Fc
group and Mra. Tolbert Black' the business meeting. Collection The former Miss Hazen was a of the State Welfare Board, !

group with Mrs. Black' group Following the wedding cere- was $2325 and a special collection graduate of BHS and Is a fresh Including child welfare services,

being' the winner and guests of mony a reception was held at the of $33.BO for furniture for man at the University of Florida adoption studies, distribution of Features Low Prices Ever
the St. John' group home of the bridegroom' mother I the assembly room in the new where she I I. majoring In elementary surplus commodities, and others, ;

Forty-Two member of the class on San Marco Blvd. where white building. A love gift of $5 was education. Mr. Patray Mr. Sparks pointed out.

were present to enjoy the picnic gladioli were used In decorating.A given for a needy family. attended BHS until his senior In Bradford County, 488 needy Day.
and social evening. white linen cloth covered the The June meeting will be held year when he joined the armed aged persons shared In assistance

,with Mrs. Jesse Newsome. The force during World War II and grant from tax funds. There
hoatesfles assisted by Mrs R, A I I. now a sophomore at U of F /were 439 dependent children In

Newsome served refreshments where he la majoring in pharmacy. 184 families.. who received grants, National

during the social hour. Mr. and Mr*. Patray are making and 20 needy blind persons received 1 1
their home In Gainesville until ( Baby e t
received -past
I grants. They a l
The BU lne-Woman'l Circleof they finish their college career. total of $28.42350. Week

II the Baptist Church held Its _

9Ti monthly business and social meet Mrs. Davis Presents IV MEMORIAMMRS. Freeh Green BEANS, 2 tb. 25c
ing In the Church Annex Tues Pupils In Recital ETHEL GRIFFIN BIOGH nIL"I'I te h ouSie -

day evening with. 28 members and EVAP. Golden Ripe BANANAS 2 lb. 25c
In the passing of Ethel Griffin ,
3 visitors present Mrs. C. A. Mr.. Ellery M. Davis presented

Knight the meeting.chairman, presided over day her pupils afternoon In a piano at the recital Starke Satur-Wo- Biggs Weeks In Chapter March 1919 of ,the the United W. T. MILK, 3 tall cans 34c Wash. Winesap Sm. APPLES 2 lb>, 25c

Daughter of the Confederacy"
Mrs E. C. Mann. Jr. lead the man' Club.
devotional, stressing the Importance Arrangements of Easter lilies, sustained an Ireparable loss. Iceberg Firm 60'a LETTUCE 2 hd. 25c

of a Christian home Miss larkspur and gladioli were used to Ethel had a lovable disposition, Swift Strained Meats, 3J oz. 19e -
Louise Carter returned missionary audi- a devout Christian, a good school 01 k C PEAS 2 tb
a advantage In decorating the ac eye or rower >, 25c
from Central America, torium for the recital. teacher and ever true to the
Southern Confederacy and tradition Pillsbury Farina, 14 oz. 15c: ,
addressed the members of the Those participating were William Fresh Yel. CORN, full sz., 3 ears 25c
I ewI / Circle. The Circle has been fortunate Green, Paula Glllan, James of the Old South. Always .

to have as their program Preston, Joyce Morgan, Glen Mc- smile happy for and cheerful and with a ready to Ills id's Pablum, 18 oz. A 45c Fancy TOMATOES em. or loose' Ib 19c
wi. chairman for the year, Mrs. D. L. Cord, Lucile Green Sharon Green, everyone ready
Thomas, who has) worked :hard help In anything for the better-
Vida Jean Gentry, Archie Green,
i. r to bring Interesting and Inspiring Francis Douglas, Mary Rivers ment of the community.Ethel Whitehouse Apple Sauce, 8y1oz 9c Fla. Goldenheart 48' CELERY, 2 13c

programs,, Stubblns, Elizabeth Allen, Robert died at the age of 42.
MORE PLEASE Hostesses for the evening were Kelly,' Martha Landrum, Barbara just when life was In blossom New Fla. Red, Bliss Potatoes 5 11>. 17c
I No. 2
I Unsweetened -
I Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Mrs Morgan Jean Norman, Norma Canova, and much to live for. yet we Snively ,

You can help,youngsters! build strong, sturdy Stephens, Mrs. B. E. Fuller, Mrs. Elaine Colson, Sylvia Alvarez, cannot question God' will, for all Orange Juice, 2 Cans for 23c
bodies if you give them plenty of GUSTAF- Fred J. Pellum. Miss Dorothy Johnnie Francis Crews, Cathryn of,:us, like many ;who have; passed .
,SON'S milk It will mean more vigor more Rose and Mrs Blanchard Law.' Kelly, 'Diane''Olllen; Betty Ann down 'through the year, must

health, and better bones and' teeth.' And''' It Denmark, Lex Green Jr., Catharine answer the silent call sometime. BOOK MATCHES, Ctn. s lOtI

will delight you to see them'enjoying every WCTU Convention Colson and Marion McRae. Our destiny la linked with the

glassful of Its delicious flavor. To power of God and our duty ,a*
get milk that la extra-rich In flavor and qual- Reports Heard Miss Alice Lappe Daughter of the Confederacy I III - a Large Headless
to cling to the memory. of loved ,
ity, order GUSTAFSON'S milk today. Echoes of the District Convention Weds Owen Mills ones Invisible'. ,
BORAX 16 oz. - 18c
TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT and luncheon In Gainesvillewere Therefore, be It resolved that '
/ heard Friday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs Harry W, Lappeof Ocean Shrimp59c
o FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S we send a copy of these resolution :
the meeting of the Laura Scott Carlsbad, N, M., former residents to her daughter, Pottle; SueBiggs Vt. Maid Maple Syrup,12 oz. 28c rd
W,; .C. T. U. Enthusiastic reports of Starke, announce the marriage
and her sons, Leslie and
DAIRY were brought back by the delegates of their daughter, Alice Bobby Biggs, and her brother JANE. PARKER Ib.
attending the all day ses Joy Lappe to Owen Mill, son of Owen Griffin, to the Bradford
sion. The Convention was addressed Mr. H. K. Mills of St..Augustine .
Green Cove Springs Florida by the State PresidentMrs.D. The ceremony was held April 17 County Telegraph and that theybe MOTHERS DAY
Included In the minutes of the
SERVING, STARKE. DAILY 3. Mason Orlando, and the at the First Christian Church of Chapter. Fla. dres'd.-drawn Fryers lb. 55cSUNNYFIEIU
four Unions of the District were Lamella Texas with Mr. and Mrs ,
well represented.The Roberts H. Lappe serving a* attendant Miss Olive Ray Layer
Vice' President, Mrs. Jennie *. Mrs. L. 0. Powell !! RINDLKSS.

Thomqueet. presided over the Mr. Mill Is employed with the Mrs. W. G. Halle C A K E

meeting Friday, and besides the Amoroda Petroleum Co and for CommitteeCotton Sliced Bacon lb. 69c
8 5 - -
Convention reports,. routine business the present the young couple will c ,

was transacted, regular reports reside at 008 South First Street, dresses, carefully! washedand -.

were read and plans for future Lameaa. Texas They expect togo Individually/ finished. Starke 4 AN OCU.DCN KXTMA LAYERS LIGHT VANILLA FILLED' : .Si C ICED.(MC: :+WITH THC Smoked Bacon Squares lb. 2 27c 7 c

1 for activities taken up. to Comrose, Canada about the Dry Cleaners *. Laundry. Phone [NTIHC .CAKK IB HEAVILY COATED WITH ,
The session adjourned to meet middle of May and will reside rntmH. PREPARED COCOANUT-OKCOMATCD
again the last Friday In May with there a few month while the ORIIIM LEAVEB.

1 N the President, Mrs W. N. John- Petroleum Co. make tests for HEAVY WESTERN BEEF

bride' table which was centered D ILC Fresh Ground Beef lb. 43cSirloin
bettor with an arrangement of sweet Sally Szymczak CUPCAKES.
peas and silver candelabra. Mrs. Has Birthday Party FL':. STEAK, Jr.. 83c
Austin Kendall presided at the '
I Chuck ROAST tb. 55c
w. punch bowl and. Mrs. Thelma Mr. and Mrs. Norb Szymczak Sun. Mon.. Tuc. May 8, t, 10 l1iCigld .39 ,
Thomas assisted in serving the honored their six-year-old daughter z.

yf wedding cake.Following .the reception Mr, party, Sally at Klngaley Anne, with Lake a, birthday Sunday Dear to My Heart Western Pork Loin Chops or

and Mrs;; Penoyer left on a ,wed- May 1.Guests. With live people .* Disney cmttloim Home Style Bread 18c
y ding trip to tour the state They enjoyed fishing and In Technicolor -

will make their home In Jacksonville swimming and late in the afternoon Shorts"Mind Over M_>" ftLs : Roast end cuts Ib. 47(
light1r where Mr Penoyer is engaged wiener were roasted and >t*" t World New Golden Loaf ,
Cake 25c
In business -
I served with cold drinks.
Mrs. Penoyer attended school Guest Included Wayne Buege, Wed. Thurm, May II, 12
Quick B&G lb. 19c
In Starke and Spencer's Business Mrs. Robert Drake and two DOUBLE FEATURE _oZ Whiting (

I University In Newburgh, N. Y. daughters, June and Barbara. CPO Randy Rides Alone Sandwich Bread, 11). 13c ,
She was formerly employed with and Mra. Libby and children. Earl
t the Firestone company in Jacksonville and Mina Irene With John Wayne I Fresh
Joyce Metzger, Mullet Ib. 25SWIFTS
AND Sugar Donuts doz. 19C - -
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Malone and ,
4 tr eon Jimmy, Sally Ann* grandparents Another Good ShowPlus

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Szym- Lutt News
I "
MARCIA JUNIOR csak. CPO and Mra Reuger and HAMBURGER (canned) 45c SCRATCH Notify OLEO, lb. '

son, Phil and the honoree' two ,.Fri., $at. May 13. 14 FEED .
BY LADY FAIR uncles, Joe and James Schott '* DOUBLE FEATUREJBODYGUARD Chocl.' Thin Mini, )m.> :."..

BEAUTY SHOP To Build HereMrs. ( P&G SOAP _,_ 7c 99c
.251b. "
Lawrence, TVrwey. Prlftrlllsv '3.89 .loam. FLOUR. 23 111.

Margie Underhill ha* re- Lane .

ceived a building permit from the AND KIRK'S SOAP, 3 for _ 2le Ja FLOUR, 10 Ili' 6t

h. A clean, tmoke-free, odor-free City of Starke to build a $2500 Rough Riders Down LAYINGMASH
1 story home on the of '
corner "*
of lighting home. 1- FLOUR, a III.
way your
1s Center and Bay Street. Texas WayWith
Civet powerful, irecdy, while fleck Jones T-I-D-E SOAP POWDER 27c
With The Stark : Cfasnera .- 25 Ib. 1tI.1'1
: light. beautiful Aladdin Dry an- Plus "Pa bk Pluto" 0 Chapter 1.13 Dexo 81aOrt1'D111r *
Whip-o-lite shades and ouacr* the opening of It* new

a "when you electrify, on Aladdin your services better"Prraonallzed Cottons". Service-on 4 "MaalkNl Marvel"Attention CAMEY, Regular 3 for ._ 23e 100 Ib. 4.43 A:Prnn Mot. Oil S ql1.l3

electric converter will change

your Kerosene lamp into a Coconut Bon lI..n'

J fine electric lamp in a jiffy Boys And Girls SWEETHEART SOAP, Reg.. 3 for 23c 90 HORSE FEED JO'Mb pkg. p

r .. u.s.r-.r.en. pet. Cwt. 3.97

5.95 i to,14.95 :.V-Y + R" A The BLUE BIRD GRILL SWEETHEART, Bath She, 2 for 23e 20 DAIRY pC t. Cwt.FEED 3.89 luna Ann Pace Perk *HrtrhupLay's Beaus. 1'Ilr 1St'!

Specializes' In
"iesesdy, ....". tfa .ttaf. .It .. tar Vanilla Wafers 12 oz. -- 23e
Complete T rifyfaf...'. sigh! auk per
Line Repair Parts
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.1, '
: '- ".- lona Tomato Juice, 46 oil can: -
r FAIR FEAUTY SHOP with mustard onions, and Mexican

chile. See the dogs prepared on our wonderful -

HART Furniture Co. new machine. Only one like It in Starke!
DAILY DOG FOOD, 3 Cans 25<


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r- : 1 MAY -1949

PAGe' riva

Mrs. Emma Carlton of Jacksonville -- -

spent a few days the Farm Bureau Homecoming Sunday YOUNG MATRONS CIRCLE

early part of the week with her Meeting At
TonightThe Evergreen Church The Young Matron's Circle of
and sister-in-law, Judge the Presbyterian church will hold iaE7x
P&6dn5 and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, regular meeting of the All-day Homecoming services IU monthly meeting: at the homeof

lose In the Spring ha
mother.-The Smart Shopper<<"- be held Friday night. May Baptist Church northwest of Law. Thursday evening May 12, at

Thoae from Starke participating 6, at 8 p.m. at the courthouse. try on Mother's Day, Sunday. 8 o'clock.

--- -- .. .. In the First Annual All members to
r ... Church Choir are requested Mays
Festival at the U. of F. auditor.iutn attend this meeting and make a Rev T. S. Parrish Stop In a the Starke> Dry
Sand Mr G. W. Brown Is pastor
Mrs. L. S. Hutto spending Sunday afternoon were Mrs. report on the corn acreage thatIs (Cl.-aner and. talk over
and this week visiting her preach the morning sermon and your um- Roy Acuff in "SMOKY MT. MELODY"
swimming son anddaughte..ln.law.
Sunday R. F. Demoreat Mrs. R. J. Davis to be entered In the corn con dinner met laundry prohhinn.qtTICK .
pent on the will be
Beach.Effie Dr, and Mrs. a. Mrs. Raymond Howe Miss Eve. teat. grounds And Chester Morris in
90nvllle W Brown. Jr. in Tallahassee.Mr. served at noon. During Ole afternoon
cordray of Jack- lyn Stump Mrs. E. K. Perryman. All farmers, whether Bureau the Bradford County "Boston Blackie's Chinese Venture"

a Sunday guest of and Mrs. Junius Smith were Mrs Edward Charbonneau. Miss members or not, should report Singing Convention will be held PHOTO -

waa 1111'S, W. B. Mundy. Jr. in Daytona Beach Saturday and Audrey Carlisle, Mrs. U A. Cano- on their corn that will be entered with the church. I|i SERVICE Saturday, May 7 DOUBLE FEATURE

pickett attended Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. vo, Mrs. R. F. Young Mrs In this contest. This report ',

,utheutem C. W. Fire Chler.os Nat Sternberg. James, and Mrs. I. N. Breazeale. should be made to the secretaryof : of The the oldest Evergreen In this Church section Is, having one] On PHOTO Q "DESPERADOES OF DODGE CITY"

Jacksonville Monday Amusement Game every !Satur.! Among those attending were Mrs. the Bureau so that the Information 7 And "DISASTER"
established In the 1880's ,
In ,
.rlay night. St. Edwards. Kerrration Carrie Ward Mr. H. H. Young can be passed on to the Developing 5
y.'or and all members, friends and former -__ _....... I
Mother Cln.her day at Hall ISO pjn. (tf) Edward Charbonneau, R. F. Dem. proper people. members are cordially Invited 1 And Sunday, Monday Tuesday May 8, 9. 10
orest. Miss Ona W. M. FinishingReatrlaba
Demorest, > Edwards. Sec'y.
K. Q. Duncan spent the .weekend Judge to attend the Homecoming
art CTcMarUnofioy in Savannah, Ga. as the guest E. K. Perryman, R. J. Davis of V "WHISPERING SMITH" in Technicolor

and visited ,Mr. Md Mr. of Mr. and Mr*. Garland Parnell Davis Starke and Mr. and Mrs. H.. O. The a'ftriwi Dry Ctaaaem.. an- TOURIST CLUBThe rateon Photographing Alan I skid, Robert Preston,' Brenda .
Jr. of
Sunday. and also visiting his mother, Mrs.I Gainesville. nouncea, the) opening 0111 It* new weddings, parting and
Marshall Donald
young on A., Duncan, who la Claude Johns, Jr., student at service "Personalised Service I Crisp
Bale and Mr. May quite 111. on Tourist Club met In the ether special event. We go ---- -- ."
attended lack the Middleburg Mrs. Effle Johns) spent Tuesday parents FSU, spent at Kingsley the weekend Lake.with his your better 'Cottons". I. Woman's Club Tuesday night for anywhere! Wed.. Thur1., May IT,H- liduiriTFEATUREf

t church Homecoming on and Wednesday of last week In Amusement Game Mrs. Jack Trawlck and daughter ; a spirited round of "white elephant"
Jacksonville visiting her sister night. Rt. Edward'n every Recreation Donna are In Tampa thelatter I bingo. Thirty members I HOLLYWOOD CAMERA "THE ACCUSED" starring Loretta Young

Mrs. J. W. Andrew. part of this week visiting I and guests were present and plans AND GIFT
of and niece: Mrs. J. J. Gross and IlaJI. 8SO p.m. (tf) Mrs. Trawlck's SHOP Plus "Manhattan Angel" with Gloria Jean
the mother, Mrs. Jane
to hear that un- Mr. were perfected for the fish fry to
pet and Mrs. H. R. Gertner and
,t i major operation at St. Mrs. Mena McCutcheon. children of Gainesville were Sunday Anderson. be held at President W. S. Sib- .

,1', hospital In Jacksonville Mrv and Mrs. O. L. Beasley guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr and Mrs. M. F. Hazen spent ley's Silver Lake place next Tues ,

day. were guests of Mr. and Mrs C. P. H. Nasworthy at Kingsley Lake. Monday In Jacksonville. day night. I

and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson Tyson at the Tyson's summer Mr. and Mrs Lex Green and Rev. Charles H. Allen, former Some soliciting has been done The Famous "Home Comfort"

friends In Jacksonville camp at Fernandina Inlet, over son, Michael drove to Baltimore, pastor of the Presbyterian church for salads, cakes, hushpupples,, I

the weekend. Md. Saturday for an extended left Wednesday for his home In coffee etc., and anyone wishing to'

stay. Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. Plnellas Park. While here he was attend this event is asked to call' Matt 29.50
A. Y. Harris of Gainesville Is guest of Mr. and Mr. Ben Holt. the Chamber of Commerce offices Innerspring es s - -

e. The Tourists And Transients Like staying with the Green's other zendorf. soon as possible, and, no later I

children. Lu, Buzzy and Bill while Mrs. George Barber and son than Saturday afternoon.Several I
Our '
Richard of Gainesville Monday Box
they are away. were cars will furnish trans Springs 2950

But we still hate tline t. cater Mr and Mrs Frank Wengenroth evening guests Of Mr and Mrs. portation for those who do not

arrived last week from Union. L. O. Hazen. drive, and all persons desiring

g' to the home folks We appreciate N. J. to make .their home In For that expnnalve' Linen or a ride should met at the C of C Both for59.0OREGULAR
; Chambray dream try our new servlc -
your business and alwajs Starke. Mr. Wengenroth la a office by 6.30: p.nl. Tuesday May
Dry Cleaners & Laun
brother of Mrs. Robt. Metzger of 10.
try to please our friend at home. dry.
the Dixie Motor Court. The men will do the cooking 6950 VALUE
Mr. and Mrs Joe Szymczak of
Mr and Mrs.' Jos. Szymczakleft and the committee of ladies In
Jackson, Mich left for
Monday for a month's visit charge of other arrangements Includes
Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's Tucson, Aria to visit friends. After -- SAVE SIC -
with friends In Arizona before Mrs F. J. Shaw, Mrs
a short there will
stay they
LUNCH /50c returning to their home in Jack Bertha. Pearce Mrs. Marlon Car-
Continue to California and Mexico
son, Mich. for the summer. The ney, and Mrs. Marian Howe.
City. Mr. and Mrs. Szymczak have Now you can afford to sleep on this fine mattress & box spring.
Sczymczaks the winter 1 In
spent invited
GUIDON GRILLCEO. been visiting with their son and Everyone cordially to
Starke and expect to return again daughter-in-law, M. Sgt. and Mrs 'I attend this outing, and plenty of

KOPELOUS08ALVAREZ' next winter. Norb Szymczak since last December fun Is promised for young and

Slips In Cotton, Rur-MII Crept',, and found their stay In ; old. Some cars will go out an On Display, In Our Window -

-- .- -- Nylon. Satin-at The Smart Starke an enjoyable one. early as 4 p.m. to enjoy fishing Boudoir or Pinup Lamps
Sluippe Mrs. I and swimming at the Invitationof ,
G. C.
Livingston of
Men's I Dr. and Mrs. Shuler Peele of Tampa Mr Slbley elf-styled "Mayorof Porch or Lawn Furniture
Clothing I Is the guest of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell
STORE III II Gainesville of Rev. .
.were guests Silver Lake"
Establishel 1894 and Miss Lucile Mitchell. Mr. __ ,,
and Mrs. J. R. Hill Monday evenIng. I $3.90
-- Livingston was here to attend the 1 Settee Fan Back Only
Dr. Peele presided at the
observance of the 65th anniversary I Listings Wanted
quarterly conference at the Starke of the First Presbyterian 2 Chain Fan Back SET .

Methodist church on that even Mrs Marian Howe, of .
Church. secretary
Ing. M.... Peele and Mrs. Hill attended I 1 Snack Tablet I lI..utl'.
RALVAREZ&SON: STORAGE COD the Wesleyan Service Arrived just In time for Mo the Chamber of Commerce, announces Assorted Colors '
ther's Day Imported Voile and that again there Is a
Guild In the Recreation Hall also need for three and four Lovely Placet. And .DmlirnsN
that Summer Sheen> Mimes. 11I_ 10 room 4 i,
evening. to 42. apartments and houses, furnished
b We operate local India's Dress Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Simmons unfurnished. All .. a''' "..
OJ Attending the State and, General or property owners ONLY w On Dlnplar Otti
ft long distanced and Robert Judd were In Harrl- Federation of Woman's clubs at; with such vacancies are asked --- 15.10 M

anywhere In C.3.: man, Tenn, because of the serious the Hollywood Beach Hotel Hollywood to list them :with the C of C as
Illness 9f their father D. A. Judd.
April 24 to 30 were Mrs. soon as possible. See Them I
EXCELLENTSTORAGE Mr.?: Simmons and Mr. Judd returned Never Before Such A Bargain t tIT'S
Lex Green, Mrs. I. K. Breazeale,
to Starke while Mrs. Sim Mri. Bertha Pearce has as her
O Mrs. H. H. Adams and'Miss Lillian
mona remained with tier father guests this week her !sisters' Mrs
for a longer visit. '
Miss Nina Bishop has received Emily Faver of Miami and, Mrs. .
,a" 4'" ..FA 1UJJZS! Just arrived Carol ,.Kins _to a temporary teaching certlflcater .::1'. J.Thomas of Valdosta, Ga. anda i"'

Agents For tone In sun drewse and other to daughter, Mrs Edward Ensor,
according an announcementfrom ,
style. *. Junior slw- 9 to 15. Leila's the State Department of of Jacksonville Denmark Furniture Co.

DflcherBro See Deist Shop .',.
us first Education. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Van Frank '. -
Mrs. Sr. of Lake
.. Guy Stop In at Uio Starke. Dry of Terrace Park, Ohio are guests PHONE 151 STARKE., FLA. :F
visited her and
City son family
Ckanvrs and talk over your summer I for several weeks of their daughter
the H. P. Glllens. on Saturdayand laundry problem and family, Mr. and Mrs A. .

Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill O. McMillan .E. Wall.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Page moved
attended the 33rd Annual
Branch of last weekend from their apart Convention of the Florida Engineering SERVICE + !
ment In the Simmons home on DAILY BUN .

Madison Street to Mrs. John H. 20 Society In Tampa Apr.' FROM STAKKE TO NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU" T-R-Y
and 24. Mr. McMilllan was on'
INSURANCEE Gill's cottage on Kingsley Lake. HUMPHREYS GOLD OOICP.I. .
the program Thursday afternoon to
Friends of little Billy Dampierwill
give a paper on "Excerpts from the Lv. Greyhound Bun Station at
be to hear that he has
sorry Diary of an Old Timer" composedof 7:111 a.m. Stop at FlorlJa. Bank
been confined In the Shadycreat
humorous experiences of the and Blunting ('....toor. Return

}l. C. WALL AGENCY I Hospital and measles.with' bronchial pneumonia late H. E.grandfather Lagergren, whodid Mr, McMlllan's |I.m.trip loaves Humphreys at 4I5 /

Patrollman Hal Glllen has been
much of the early work
PLEASE PHONE 146 home the past week with the In and around Starke.survey 2. Lv. Oreyhounil BUM Statbm at ,

flu. Mrs. 3:15 p.m. Hame .'..1.| ... Return
Edward Schwab
Comtant'Service Over 59 YearsCLASSIFIED--J Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and daughter returned to their home baby trip (Iraten Humphrey at 12:151 SUPER STORES

children Leslie Karen and Barbara In Pittsburgh. Pa. after a.m.
and Dottle Sue and Bobby
a visit of several weeks with Mrs.
3. Lv. flu Station at
Biggs have spent the past two Greyhound "
Sundays visiting at the Dr. Earl 1 Schwab'a parents Mr. and Mra. IllA a.m. J Same utopx. Return

Robert's ranch near Palm Valley A.W. Anderson Sr. They were accompanied trip leaves Humphrey' at 8:IS

and Mr. and Mr. J. E., Roberts at who will visit home her by son-ln-Iaw Mrs. Anderson and, a....., YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

II I : St. George Ga. daughter In Pittsburgh. Servit'e. start Monday morning
:. SALE: 10 acroa (20 FOR SERVICE OP wane SIT Cotton drpHMMt carefully waxhrr]
i.'.clnml 10 of. which I. -E APPLY. Ml'I''': OWL. ..pail| sand finished.. : For that expensive Linen orChamhray 7:15 a-m. May 9, 194ftHnrvlro THESE &: MANY MORE GROCERY &: MEAT SPECIALS: SEE JAX PAPERS
Jfrry l land 10 acre .nude I Individually "Starke dresn seven days werk.Fully .
> try our new arr- per
on mad 221. 4 acre. In FRYERS FOR BALE In any quantity Dry Cleaners A Laundry.. Phone
mpion city limit.' market price. LatlermaTwin Ire Starke Dry Cleaner' A Iron protected and InNured.
hit wusr Vlr.b'I.ou'ii: Oak Poultry Farm on highway :28. dry. .. -(Adv) -
Bol'fd.i.'1'' particulars Inaulr. 301, J Vi ml. B of Btark Itp I Mrs. Bertha E. Fuller i Is leav
Hampton gtp 6I.
FOR BALE): Und radio' phnno- ing this weekend for Tallahassee I Blue Rose Mother's Best
RENT: Two J-rm. apt..on SraphH d portabl.o. 1.Bit up Chas where she will make an Indefinite
"I south .. > H.al Cov.ruCourt BUY IN TOWN!
Fry 21'!.. Mm. Kinney W .102...ZtpSI6h North pert.I Sti. ItKLUHIUA visit with her son-in-law and I JUST 'ARRIVED THE BEST

TALE: ... "M WELL DHILLIVU! CO: daughter, Mr and Mrs. E. A.
atork ,

I" "Millon"rlaht. ,r.awley.t new.. tlren Itp trailer. T. 5mf I* tesw.it.s( a.''-..... Rowton.Mrs. Vernon Stfcox and Mrs. I BIG 8-CUBIC-FOOT RICE3lbs. Meal or Grits

'N2ER -'NTT LIVESTOCK Phon. It, or Wrln. to: Leslie Biggs visited Mrs D. O NEW NORGE

.RKET.d :op"rat.d Auction sale. each w.d. .Ma..I."n.. .,. al'RV1'rr Fla.' J-4tfIyi r Pridgen In Jacksonville Thursdayof REFRIGERATOR
b" J- I0 Ph. HON. Llr. .. ijlo last week.
Oak rl.

It'YALE.."j' .tSS1 J'1 woo<'1 h.at.r Franklin; 1 e SELL YOUR NOW TIMBER I Griffin Lt. Col returned and Tuesday Mrs. James from T.a 33c 5 lbs. 23c

t -burning circulating .week's business and pleasure trip
:.tat:r Ruth 'In Bond condition Hljrhest Cash Prices Paid! to Miami. .
County T.l..raph. IfM"FIYE
Mr. and Mrs S. R. Johns and
.h'd IPh. Clo.. family. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Ritch
'. In. P..Ir- IN UNIT
101111 All I eenrenlaneea Apply OR : and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ritch k s
lon, 201 W. MadisonIf spent Sunday at Jackionlvlle 1 POUND 15c
.attlo. ili or more. Beach visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. PURE LARD ,
YOdonl l Live Oak. Fla.. Phone John W. Turnerp. A. Durden. i

ate-4 O. Box 463 -- GALLON JAR 99c
arrived Carol rot-
Just King; -
RP.NT: 'm. Gainesville, I tons In sun drrww and other

:tI'i' N'.M.:::= ?t I..r Rere. lil.bId..... near style. ,Junior, III.... 0 to 15. LeiaVs 'I .:0 I
: 'lilr '
; Send me a postcard and I I Drrft Shop LOW PRICE t
IALl!: White Rose FLOUR 25 .lb.----) 1.49
4.rtn. will cone see :you. .
'hie,. 1 ...r..eott.a. on Lake I Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. Knight .,
4eienca' pn rch.s. city In Ocala busi ,
Tuesday on
'o r.trigarator Nlety furn. Klt".n. STRAYED: 1 Brahman h,,".,. $269.95 : r
r heater. E. .an. ..k whit, branded 11 on rt. hip, ness.Mr.
: : : and Mrs. It. J. Davis have
car over e,4-mu.n on rt. al I lrf w Independence SAFETY MATCHES 3 25c
.I2t1 Packages
IMF' ...t. ."orb. Horn altl. 4''. l srewarA. o I taken an apartment In St. Augustine '1 \\1. /
..lion I Jale van In good Notify Southern Stale* "
for while Mr. Davis state audit
l Fh
.Y lull1b. Qula-ley .A Nuritrlea, Macclenny Kto. tsar fMS i
11 711. II eriiwe I or. Is making a general audit :,

AvOR. ; ...... mr.fonK 1P.. M. ''of St. Johns County. The Devises American OIL SARDINES Flat Can 9cMcGrath's
RENT .r.
r a : J.lcllta .. neursivt! uir-B-nosni mnsiffVTS - -
or. W. ('aiL Itp .CUT_ ."HOP.... I H5HWKB' DA v.f. plan to be home on weekends.Mr. M tea f0 aUMal MMO1TISMHold ; ,

,RaRNT; Porn b.drm.. and Mrs. R. A. Newsome
'Cllo,.:" ..II, '.ml-p9'-kitchen.bath., FOR HEMT: I .m. home, .barn Achlrhen have purchased one of the E. W. 27 pounds of Iron .
; hou.e. -1H .cr" t ml PORK & BEANS 22 Can 121cHunt's
of boniest!
lip from Htark. on Lak- Butler rd Hayes cottages on Klflgsley Lake. foods,and a full case oz. -
.. :' .
r J. C. IV*' trailer |7I 110 mo. Also I Ian rmt JIO Charles Knight of U of F Has s ore tbsa 14 ....ft.ollie. 1 J
Hobbs, W. Madlvnn Cents 8U 8t rke. UpWANTBI ibU thelsres.. Dcnsas of otter
tk Ito !: >: R..kk..p.r .. ">.. om,.. spent Sunday with relatives /In advantages.. .
I.II.U:, ifEf Starke. Fresh Cucumber PICKLES 12 Jar -1 OcChurch's
1. II..,... Stark.FUR. HALE: Mr.Itp 'worker.. Stark.Harlmann. ) Uw Ph.TJ. *t Attending the 35th district convention MOOft U-**. oz.

..!RENT of Lions International In
: Pvt. .
"lr. RENT In Key nn. Height:
..;;.:i ISO *a. Walaut $'.. or clip FOR Mod.rii cottace with bath. Completely St. Petersburg May 10 will he H.

e.xrster ITO.oeny. Klne.l.y C"n...nl.n forn.ly >Iemt.d"*< '"'.:I ass bllin. .*. .fromP.O. 'I.c A. Bishop, Jr.. president of the ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY. GRAPE JUICE Pint Bottle - '19c:

""' .. ....n. _. .. F. J- tltrh.Itrrrj. local club. Johnny Joca. a member
n q\. Apply 'lItr.. .. to s l Itp
yilek R. Kay and A. B. Baker, zone chair

w, A4I1oon, Starke. Itp BALE I Iota '. man. Headquarters will be at !. R. Kite Proo123 Gauze TOILET TISSUE. 3 Rolls 19c
I va FOR ... IMV"VCI7. - -
e .
r. ...".. M 4.tat. aktk fw A aa..e... M tM SI mbll.. John. ..1"1., Kaatern>.. 1100 AutoPOK r hi.v-.. u the Princess Martha and Suwannee ,1,1I

'alaarprW'....... /d.:.. I Hotels.RrmrmbfT. Jo;. Call SU Starke. Fla. '
FN. RENT!: -rm. house uncut with. .oMother's I
P.C.Ur her a gown
Kleel. .* running water. 119 mo.Rt Wheat Pullman Bread 16 loaf ,
I Iii': .. a8 Setzer White lOci
VLZ 1 1$04-sate I, he"l '.4. near. NewaonMsDalrr ( Dal.-Tk. Smart Mi pp or oz.

I..a., I Oat, I lap lI.ht plant' U BJordan. UPi' Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman ,

L-hO. toter.sagln.apy halnqmp ,] iR MAI.B" : I Ford paimtHlter. baa were visiting friends and relatives/ SEE NORGE BEFORE YOU BUY .'fiii t

,t ..e.Davie lat... .. 'Ba..I"11 In",good. nditlon. 1. T. ..,..I.I.ri r In Valdosta, Ga. last Friday.


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SIX lk
3 I Ins Brannen who had been their dist Church teat Sunday.Rev. .0 .. Deeds Recorded iota 14 ? of Blk. 2 faZr

NOTICE I Saturday overnight guest, returned Ballard Wilson attendeda ,, Sub.-Dlv., Weatherly p'T '
FarmBy I SunnybrookBy Recent deeds aa recorded In the addition to Starke C'at'I@t:
State) ents.to Jacksonville with her par- Ministers Conference in Gainesville County Court House: II Twp 6 S. R 21 E, I In *** .-,

Notice I. lI.r.b" [Ivan that the following durrlhe" lande will. bepold Mr. Bryan Whltflel' last Wednesday. Wanda CroefcyMra. Joseph H. Arnold of Bradford H. A. Managua
at publto a.cUon un the bl day of June. 1949 at 8larke. the County Mr. and Mr. E. Blume and their Miss Iris Smith of Jacksonville of Brsdjo0lt
Brf\lforll "' of amnunl du. torhta".I.. daughter Janice were In Plant her County to Eric B. Hyde of Dade to Annabelle Davie
e.t. tooth togetherywith of the weekend here with and
oppo..lte ...m.. all co l. er.iond"I spent county: an undivided half Interest ,Davis Jr.: Lot WUUI'
vertlaing.D..erlprl.e. Community Club Meeting City from Friday until Monday ,parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sherman 10 of Bik
.. visitors of Mr. and Mrs' Harmon Essie Crosby In and to: The Westerly 00 ft. of Sunny Acres Sub.-Div 2
as .
.. T. I
.. T. II. Aeree 0. Flower arrangements of unusual I Smith. Beverly Jo and Earl Alvarez

Late 13. 14. or Dlk 19. Unknown I.U beauty mere placed to ad- Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. William Doylng were visiting; Mr. and Mrs. Tazy

1E Town fofN New RI".r 21':3: II I 21)10 40 Ella. Wllllon 10.ft vantage In the Club Room for' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Molze of Gainesville brought their son, John of New River Sunday.

1t E" I A In 81D CorA of the CommunityClub and Mrs. J. B. Segree of Mac-
the meeting
7 7 II 70 A. A. IMward. LIt Paul Moore Doylng to be chrIst- Most of the children who have) More
Lot II 7
Nwy NI( fo$ V3. .1 1 110 40 A. A. Edward. 8.16 Tuesday afternoon, of last clenney visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ened in the Methodist Church had measles are able to be out Only Days

Ward CIC"" 8 T w 'W':':!' week. The Impressive opening ritual Williams Sunday. here. Rev. Ballard Wilson performed again.

Lots I f. 10 11 of Dlk 1 O. 1-r. Parker 4.88 and brief business session were Mrs. W. E. Feagle and Mr. C. the ceremony. Others from
Lot I '''f' Hlk: II In.. T. B. Ward 1.68 directed by the president Mrs. D. Seller. and her two daughters Rev. Stokln, Associations Program -
out of town attending were paternal
N FraeI Chairman for the Baptist
Ji:8: lllf to L A..Dkkotl' Gainey. A nahn U 10 Lawrence Dugger. Immediately were guests of Mr and Mrs. C. grandparent., Mr. and Mrs.

8WootS)1.'" A AnNWI 1 1 10 40 Harry 1I1..dal. I.U thereafter Rev.; Mr. B. E. Simmons F. Edwards In Milliard Sunday.Lawtey Charles Doying of Gainesville and Revival, brought to Corinth an Baptist Inspirational Sun ,' .

of Nw'1 I of R" II 1 II 81) R. n. Carlton 4.61 Vicar of the Episcopal maternal grandparents, Mr. and message '
.AI EIS NEIL\ of \ Church In Starke, addressed the day School Sunday morning.
Ro: NE\6. 4.18 Moore of Jacksonville
0 of 1 Sf 11 R. n. Carlton Mrs D. W.
N 1.4 of 8ml.. of AW% Club on "Juvenile Delinquency". also Miss Elizabeth Moore Birthday Party
A N a.4 of KW .f Mrs. L F, Chapman and Mrs. D. 9
1<114 A N J2 A of"'E'4"' > of Jacksonville. Mlsa Moore was Mrs. William Crosby enter
M IIR'4 E" W I AChurch L. N<*, a*,ho te8Bes for the meet. the Godmother and W. F. Moore up iqWhin
A and Its mr" l. H. v* rh tained a number of young
of 8Eq ..S : AAofl: 88Cop i3 tog served chicken salad . . the Godfather. The great grandparents

NW14 of 8E'" E. "accessories" and fudge squares Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore Tuesday afternoon from 4 till 6
of n 1 10 11 A. L. Cro.b" 10.11 with coffee during the social Larry ucaON
NW4 of NW4 Fx INFORMAL PARTIESMr. also attended. This was the first with a party honoring; trad/d IN
8'1 :" In NS' Cor (Church) 1 6 .t U ,Mrs.Ani.Vullie Kirkland McKinney UINJO'4 hour. and Mrs L. H. Hill enter- service that Mrs. Moore has been and Cheryl on their 4th and 6th _
or N14'4 E. a A In n sizi
f'lW' P"r It! .7 11 Admr. 111.11 Bridge Club Mm-tlng tained the 9th Grade with an Informal able to attend for some .time birthday anniversaries. Out door
1'114: or NW1y nf IE'" 11 1 It lit J. A. J. McKlnn.y 11,81 LIFEGUARD 1
NJIJ'1' of PW't E" I Lot In Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde was hostess party at the close of Junior P. L. Dinklns who /la employed games were enjoyed and refresh
liE C"r 336 ft Rq 14 1 It 41t Verna Yount .0" In Sunday here
Georgia spent
J Lot tal It ." In liE Cor at last week' meeting of the High commencement exercise. ments of punch and cake were SAFETY IVIES _
of NE4t of I'Iw'4' Sf 1 It E. C. lIanllllon .,I 4, State Farm Bridge Club enter. Tuesday evening of last week. with his family. folks Mrs

Corm where half W 8..0..Id.tin.Intereect. of. II taming at her home Wednesday I This Is an annual affair and It Is N. J. Rape spent the weekendIn served to the young her by mother BY e.

R. R. a run N 1036ft afternoon. A profusion of Spring looked forward to by members of Valdosta Ga. with relatives. Crosby, assisted by ,

run for N pt Ult nl ft b.W. 1200 th.n''e ft I blossoms added to the charm of the 9th Grade each year. Mrs.Hill Mias Joyce Futch and family Mrs. Vera Alston, Mrs. Leland GOODliEA.LIfeGuani.

:f1ftbO.t J 0 1200 fl to pt '..13.All the rooms where.the three tables I' served cold drinks and cake were In Gainesville last Friday. BraUler. Mrs W. A. Dekle and
I 5 U 20 Eugene Au"lIn of Lake Butler make 1
Mra. Seeber Moody
8..0 1 W nl herd RdE were placed. When scores were to her guests and was assisted In Miss Mattla Harley of Jacksonville -
x Lot 4 A An W .(, nl added Mrs. R. P. Stubbins, as serving by Miss Enza Blanchard. visited her Mr. andMr. About 20 young people enJoyed blowouts a* t)4W l.Uat
of SWy E 01 nd parents Lar slow 'leaks .
affair with
1004 1 I U 341) Nelson D. Blucker 71." holder of high score, received a Mrl and Mrs. Futch entertainedthe .. A. H. Harley last Sunday.Keystone this lovely

E H-4 01 !II'4 "f NE" .aF.vtly blooming primrose; Mrs C. M. 9th Grade with a party Thursday u ry and Cheryl. Outwear as many as

:: A 1Rf W4 B 8.4 :I 8 U 554 N.I."n n. P7oeker 11'.10 Turney wan the recipient of the evening of last week from 8 The entire community was sad t.... eats of tuba

All Ex." 15 A R.W 8 5 U 824 N.I"on U. Block.r to.1S second high score a handkerchief to 10:30.: Games and contests were
Lots 13. II It In dned early Monday morning to
w"'l. wooJ-U'" 5 g I 8D W. J. Wllkl.nn 1)ft5 and Mrs. J. O. Codwln also was enjoyed and Mrs. Futch served Heights learn of the death of Mrs Mack
Lot 51 In Wo"III".n 11 I 93 10 8. C. KnllhI 110Lot3 awarded a handkerchief as "bingo" refreshments of
8 a egg on toast Henderson formerly of Jasper.
IN, h."I1,' 13,. :.. lj, 11: prize At the end of the progressions cookies and water. Mrs Henderson was III for several lSERVICE
31 /3. I 411 Mrs. Rlcharde served
47: 843:0. 63 :; 44. 41':; a The WMU met at the church :Rotary Goes to Fenaacobt months at the home of her sister
Wnn.lI"wn' 13 I U 150 Can.1 Timber Corp 51.13 frozen salad course with Iced tea. I
last Tuesday afternoon. After a Mrs. Ruby Johns of Starke. She
N au JI" or r..t 34 A. all Six members representing 37%
Lot 23 W 0' Rr InU Mrs V. R. Reddish of Lawtey business session the meeting adjourned of the membership of the local Is the sister of Mrs. Floyd Cros-

Wnn4lnwn 18 In W"ollla..n. U I 8 U U 10 4 1'd.Arrh': J.n.Price M"Partne" 11.17Tot .01 has been the guest of Mr. and to'attend the 77th birthday Rotary Club traveled to Fensa- I by. Mrs. Henderson will be remembered CENTERState

Int. 4' A. U In wond.e'' II W. W. Bre..r. I." Mrs. J. Godwin this past week. party sf one of the honored cola this week for the State Convention as Miss Eunice Bennett
II 12 members Mrs T. J. The .
Lntalawn 31. ": U In Wool Mr. and Mm. R. H. Cox have Terry. on May 1, 2 and 3rd. They I lof State Road 200 U.
Wm M. Mnar. 6.16 honoree received useful 9111,
lawn 20
II II 12 had many Walrath Jr. S. E. Jasper Bennett of Lutz L.
their visitor F. M.
'L< '. 54. n, In Wood- as since Mondaythe gifts. were M.j South City Limits n Stark
lawn 17 I. U 20 lIarvey L. White 1,71'of latter's sister, Mrs. R. C. McKay W. H. Redfern. B. H. Gaines of Starke Mrs. W, ,"rf.HflHES

Lot .It 11.In 10, o. N14o.i Qrlffln of PltUboro, N. C. Addi- Miss Mary Ann Wells, who attended Rose, Edward Wiggins and Alfred Underhill of St. Petersburg and -* S ebrr_ D. Goodman,_ OwirrLet's

lawn 11 II U U W. M. netdl.h !.{7lawn' tional guests'-of Mr. and Mrs. I. school here during the last Nelson.Mr. Mra. A. L. Bennett of Eustia

N4 of .Lot U In Wood 1R .6 U 5 nUn IIrhmlcJ 1.18 Cox during the week were Mr. term Is with her parents,' Mr. McKay spoke on how his were recent guests of* Mr. and .- .- -

NE\4\ or f'lWI4' U I n 40 Mable Waln.hrht 1.42 and Mrs Ralph Cox of Live Oak. 'and Mrs. Frank wells, In Sebring Club has promoted good-will Mra. Floyd Crosby and O. M.
E'4' of NWy4 01 11114: II II U It! EII..b.th Prince Bartoli 4.18 1 Bennett.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs Vance Oelger and for the summer. friendship and cooperation by entertaining
T.we .1 ......C.. West .f Raslway L1 I U
Block 11 Charles Howe 1.n Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley and Leslie Phillips Is In Macon Ga. and working with the and Mrs. Lem Brown were

Lots ft : 3.Lot.6, 7/', 811. A fIII ant 30 their sons, Clinton and Jack this week as guest of his sister, South ,American students at the I visiting their son, Howard in

II J. 1'1.' Shuford' .1r. 11.1)' were visitor. of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs.' Elizabeth Redd. University of Florida this year. Orlando hospital Sunday.Mr. TradeRANGES

tat 1 Rik 10 f-. P, 2hnfnrd Jrt U: M. Bradley Sunday evening. Mrs. Mae This project sponsored by' the and Mrs. Fred Kueker and
lets 1. 3, 6. RIk U J. PAllllp.; Wells, Mrs. Martha
;J-ol 4. Elk II O. J. Phillip" 1.41 Mr: and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Bales and children and Miss Enza local group was very successful family of Fort Pierce have moved

....... .1 ......t.1O''. Eesl .f R.liwey.a.e.' 130 31. II'IM: III! spent Sunday In Jacksonville with Blanchard attended the Home- and has been highly commended into the H. B. Kelly house. We

Lot r. 11.0 of Blir I' w Laclle Kllllee 1.11 friends and relatives. .Miss Paul- coming at the Mlddleburg Metho- throughout the State. welcome them to our community.
Corn .t 8W ('or 01 Lot 11.
A run FI 100 It fur_ Silver Tea
of b... th.n. run N 127ft Enjoyed All kinds and sizes. of account
FI 31 ,..-"--111 t-W -.. D.eerlpt/. .. a. T. n. A.r.e 0..... TasteS ] Mrs. Sarah McDonald's gardenon booka. Bradford County Telegraph.
to I of bet Tnulaa Drown 1.08 bnnndpd the
Co't _. "n FI hv
nw Cop nt loot 18 .. .. W.II.r NI A H by la"1; Keystone Lake was the setting Reasonably priced
: run N 127 ft rH; : ::- ..t AI..r.hall. "n the W for a silver tea party sponsored
b.g thenc. run .. hy 1 Nllro. and I..wl. on
107 ft .. .3 the N by bv the Woman's Club last Tuesday.The .
n1Nft :: IS L. .: .. '
to pt be.Or't Charlie 800U i 1.81 T, A Cn's 'l'd'r; ;d1 5 II t"nknnwn'\ ui tea table was overlaid witha APPLIANCESC.rre.plel
Lot 30 Ex: I Lot In NW .-.- Ol'lsln..1 '1'..... fo' lit...... aM a 1.1. ]
400 ft0f W'11 8 b" Low 1l I, fI of mk II 10. lace cloth and an arrangement t
)lr.. Anns LOll 004wln 80.n Cart nltab TU' of spring flowers centered ... ilH Oeaaestfc
1110 ll It h Win NW .. On. Ind Corn II ft I In _. ._ ]
.,,,1,1" ,Sala E': "r NW Cor ot Lol I -, cof Mrs. N. V. Walker presided at TRADE with SLADE &. SAVE !
Wy Cop 01 01 614nfN136ft Tilk 11 Mr. 3" L. narr.n 4." RIle 20 A run R 41 '....1' .. --: '" I the silver tea service; Mrs. B. H. SAU8SEaVlCEKEYSTONE '

of Lot 81" Ex N 100 It p-, John Griffin' 'I! n to Call:: 8t;, thence W 41 "ice!..... r" Rose st the punch bowl.
tot U ':'- Will 1.... '.n t" I.t ot b.t Tom Durr.n '
WIlt of Lot 4' 12 10 0' 1.181 Mr. W. J. Whitealdes. president,
Harry KIUlu ,1.U tl ]sot I of Blk _
Lote '10. tl. Otte MD1A' J. Fred Ouy 13.11 and Mrs F. -M. Walrath first I : have an old Range;/Refrigerator -
of 1..t,1/. /' Bus U. 84. lot nile 'T, E. E 10 It JlIIt Carenteas 11.11 'SERVICE. Inc. ,;you
vie. president;greeted the guest ,
II 11' 3. L. Nlollot.nn 4.11
81M'7f 1 of "II:; .. J.I..I....... Tnbr'. 4 (.... a-D 2$ 1 12 Out-of-town included Har...",._ ...,._Pal.'.
: oftEt4\ 64 II II 10 Clara L. 11.1 Lot guests many '
v9QI4 I1ry.on ::I..f.Lot "omer Williams 7,11 Hot Water Heater would
N'NC44 of :: : W 40 I 01 181k friends from Melroie. Others assisting KKY9TOJVR HEIGHTS, ILA.rbe. or you
NW'4tof P'A34 .
: I II II Clara L. nr.on 11.81 11 Ida Mae Sherman 4.48 were Mrs. Bert Chrlstof- .
1D UO It of BIt\4 01 BW4N.fI4'.r Lo i ft of Lot Iof
% it f.I I ten and Mrs C. H. Newman. ... V. WIIII.._.. R*.rawtatlT*
Manuel McNeal Tout
: 1.1111. ".n like to trade and the most
n : n IX u: see us get
WI4 af I'IWI,4' M. L. Paul Lots a. 4 .f P'Ik0 1.1111.. k. fannie Jackson 1.61Lrt.aste. ,
M'III'j} of NWI4 "f flW"IS I U 10 John Allen 4.14 .
.' MaY To Be HrU. Her
nf 1'111\4' ofNW1 4eW54 'ruby" A 11 M1. S.rk. I" O 13.
of4NW' 16 I II I Kln8' t. Thomu 1,17 One MI. Lot between 141k. for old '
All NI40 01 eE4! of 1 A I a: Lot I and M11j,1t The Rev. Father Rastatter of 'I.4R5..e ._ l.a your one .
1E of 2P II I II 11 101" 1.ltti. 1.00 of Lot I of Blk a Orady n. I.h"p 016 St. Edward's Catholic Church In )
: of PW34 Lot 6 of Blk ,,11 Jim Wells' 1.303lla.wsy I
9 ::0 11i\4 3W4' :r Starke announces that he will offer ..
IIW'4 : .......1.. C. 1t.rke :&It ts 2.. e.nq
I2 I A to rre.:0' In OR
Itank..y 1d I II as Iola. 1.1111. .. 1.00 I.ot. I. S, .I 111k I Itob4 O. Or..n 111.02 masc Keystone Heights UM II to tov Mm*and
1'1' 1100 It of that. "rll"n Lot 10 Dr IIlk 10. Peeks every Sunday during the summer wh fl,you cultivate, ,Dlr.< .dlM,
of W'4 of IIIW'4 nl IIIW'4 Addition 10 1"1'10. U I II ': I. II. 'Vllkl. 1.28 months In maw. hrr.w, w pin rare.
that 11.. 10 of nlll hard Lola a. 4. II .A 10 01 111k j May mass will be .
RII A NW14 01 f'lW'4' 16 I" U r. D. m..u. I.n S J. n. At"ar.a Add toNtsrk. '. offered on May 8th and 22nd at If you would like to purchase of
NW\4 of I'IWI4' 01 PR'j A U 6 la 1IuM. O. Or..n 10.28 8:30: a.m. at the home of Mr. and ? ** any
All certain of s
E U' tt of 1W14 of that pica i 11 ur jf-
8W'4 0' I'III0\' .6 8 It n t'nkn"wn 4." land 1ln. 8 of Lets 7. Mr. W. J. Slprelle on West .
E4 of NJr.4 of flJII\S 11 8 II .0 C. R. Hiatt .1. a. /. 10. 01 1'lk! a 0.leln. ..- Shore Drive. For the benefit of these items out-right --- dollar
NW\4\ 01 8W\4 or NEI4 14 8 11 III O. r. O1\'oft 41. A.t.l. bounded K by 'G your
Lilt 1 In P..I."III. II II II 11 Jo'a Little 1.11 r..llway. I..nd. A. W b" vacationists the Slprelle home Is lr+f 1
All N 8.4 or NW\4\ af Monroe fit. If ...,.nll.d.1 S 2a I Robt. Or..n 11.10 located I '
NW\4 E nr nv IS I II I lola' T.Ittle l.ao. m III ft 01 W'iI of NEI4of to the left leaving/ town Iff will S-T-R-E-T-C-H farther
. 110 It of N ion rt ,1 1418,4' 01 NI1\4 E" pu. \' opposite the street leading to the r.
NWL01 NWli 1"ln.W. ..elll sold .t I 2. a He"ry Ortffis 11.43 school.
of R. FI" Cemetery aEx Corn at tHiI ("or 01 N114 PAGEthe "
J as II II I 1I're. J. r. H.ren 1.10 of ME" uf NE'4' A run at Slade's.
I A RAWU Cop 01 'SIII4: Nlaft: W 107ftfor 'tof Lex Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,
w\l fWIII 33 1 Crawford III her thence run N Ill Tracy Baker Is In St. Luke'sHospital streamlinedGarden
\ t' 01 I'IW'4' 4 : n 10 1':1'A: ,r1trw 103 It W too It 8 115 ftE ,
M4 01 "'W'4' 01 NW4 I 8 U II Elizabeth A. E4w.r.t. 7.31 fun rt to pI of her 19 I II .t n..bt. T. Te.tnns 24,07Ita.klee In Jacksonville followingan Tractor For Your
1'1'" 01 NR,4 nf II\VI( 11 "If It Ca Rlov c. 111 Complete GAS Requirements
.rnn o. ;
w'4 of of i Seel/lea Co T.... col ...rk. nt ts ::12 automobile accident last Sat
srur,4 C3I4 11 "It lit .1. Lwnraet.r :t.40 .
WI40 01 RW'4 of 8114: 11 II U 20 ""...h.1 Br.... "U Corn at K\V Cop of IIWI4 urday.
NPIf'l1':1: : /. 11 of NP4: A run. N 261 rt .
"II .0 1I.dl. A 1-Iull..I.t. 366
w4 01 f'lW'4' hf 8"4' 11 8 II 10 Cameron stove Co. II.IS n 330:: fl 8 164 ft W 13081 ti David Swartawelder. son of Mr. tear.tab.t Uf.tatily,al law alt Remember -

NI'11"I NW'4 ot ._Is ('Icy CII'oio .f IIIQ\4\ W .1 R,.) a. a 112 Injured last week .. '
while ,
11 a II 5.r.. F. Stanley .41 playing you big.tuclorMI.a'ure.
Cam .t NW r"r hr PEN' : tote 1. 8. of 11lk 8 lIam P..man II till baseball on the school field. He at cost HuMixhl toAtqitifmnl IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH SLADE
of 1'111\4' : 0 run. FI 894 tt 14 76ioftlof PE of3N114 N.I.on NtubM 1,113x light lot
P 1311 ft for pt nf b.or : has been a patient In the Shady- night work. New
then. run FI 544 ft qIS : W 150 ft 34 8 II 10 1Veltrr Willi. 1111 crest quilt-change: hitch. Balanced for easy
tt W616 tt NII It'n SW44 01 NW'4' "r AP4: It S U 10 John H. UrUel. n.n Hospital, handling. Direct-drive, worm-gear
Pt n' her 14 II II 1 .7n .T" Rahprk 743 Ln' a of IUk I S.eurlty "Young Peoples". will meet this trimmiMion, using cut and ball
"cep' fOI NP1' or NF'4 11" II III n. (. Alrof.Io' 1ft,1I Ilnme'dte. In NWI4 orNWII. gears
E 3.4 as 1 U Sunday evening at the home of .hearing Nn cheap belt or chain
PR'4 Pr'4 00 D Cp.wford 731 Pnknn..n 12.11sole
w,4 .., NWN ::: SEI, U : n 10 Vn.oo 'Jt' k. 4.01 I" S a 7 of tllk 3 L..k.r"Il Mrs. F. M. Walrath. Jr. at 6:30.: Gun and clutches in duit-free; case. Slade
Corn 4I1t( ft 1'1 from 691rot' Ntf llhI., In.8 : Adjustable wheel. Individual wheel Gas Co.
"I IIW' 01 IIW'1 II Chic. }f. M\IIII..n: 113 P. K. Klaustermeyer Jr.:' Is clutches make turning
n'nW 116 ftN66ftR' N aNWt'a I ': ; 2. 3.
\v N'r"N" spending a month with relativesIn and 4 .urtr..inaf"
1II It 1 90 rt to pt fOf t o H.P. Prices are ? low

b..R II I U io.ephtne EII.r.on 10S (In.. lmt' In I'll' Cor of 1t8 I 33N4:4 30 Mery, It. .Maloney. 10.4T Cleveland Ohio. -ff*!. l" "- *'* floe saw f'gt .0.*.

buy A.v..A C." II S .a : ,1130 ft Ie a W by Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Reamer left
Tote I. 5. 1. 3. Flock I H. A. "Menap.a. 300 fl N oCt II 7 U
1.14 a C'. n. M"Klnn.r 111 this week for their FARM HOME
Tot 4. nile t (Ion. A. K.d1ev 413 .,.'t.of W4! of IIi'14 home In & Two Doors From R. R. Crossing On Call St.
T"t. 3. 10. DIIe I 1-1 A. Man.." 41' .;of PFl4 nl. 7 II I l.y.'h. "lIln. 00Cn MeadevlUe, Pa. after spending the
Ln''. I. I. I, lillr I 1r. A. Mana... ...UI'll w4 /t.' ; 00' ': 'L\\ A winter here. AUTO SUPPLY Phone

R... II.-Itl. I. .l34 .' 3134 .1 11I\4 A WA{ .1 39:44: 01 111'1"4' n ilii. C14 .,ofof .Ntwy; 4 7 12 al :r>r. E. M. Webster 11.13 Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Martin and Starke, FIs I 121

11 a 22 .
run N4110ft
Tilt I nile 16 .h. ,V. 71.1. 412 for 06 of hot thence son, Johnny are established In
Lot 1. 1111 It Wllh..rt Itutshrs 113 ron W inn ft N 85 It R: their beautiful new home on Keystone

......a. II......... It. lIS .. 'r-- Inn ft 1'1' IS ft to pt 01 Lake.
lot I Bik' I Floyd "Iek.n" 130 Cum" 'II )'0111 W 0' SR ('.... I 1 II 1 Nora. IIuttOIl 840 MLues Ann Walrath and Donne
loOt 14. 1411e t FI.I" flav.nport. I30 ..r lop N A "'InV 144ft WHALEo'0F 4
Tat I. RIle Pangbome popular local studentsof
J. J. Om.s I i
I30 1'1 lie ft E': 340 It II IT.. 1'1. Plu.. Clifford ,
1.010 Pile I
? tvery Smith 133 110 ft tn b... 13, 1 II Kalo'h Melrose High; are confined to
;: IA of. Blk Lot h k Lot 11ill I ..mp..n Whit. III r",," I. I. "f Dlk 14 1" 7 13 n. o. Alm..n.. 401 their homes with Illness. 0
l.nt U "r "Ie It to 7 U ,".., .
ty. I. Shafer fan
At 1R Dlir tllle I I -:1'10.: Bell Mallory Itn Sf:'. of ..IVl4 "r NWt4 pt "II 14 1. J. M..1..d IAO Francis W. Morgan
Walker Taylor .10 NY o. IItv" 01 IIW'4 11 1 It
>n. Lot a. d..0. In Died 10 L"tli. H. Ad.m. .11
Lot 'I ft' Mt V..nnll.
Bunh 111. pea. 113 II 1 II John Warren ISO ..r NVL01 N31'4: : 0 .
Y 01
On. Lot /I. NW4 of IIW'4a.
d... In Dead Book Ilan "ten and Therews '

Ito page 07 II' II 1 Charity: Tucker I.n r...14.1.4.. 1. 1'nf nlk ao, mant"n' -III 7 11' T. 3. Alderman 243 oO
91> Lot a. d..O In D.Jt

,..Book et.1 NW$ I'nae Cor of lIflW'4 II 1 II Ioraae Catbert 4041 SIk 6." IlerPnn 1I1I.II"nn Dark _SO 7 tt E. Co IAmb ..n I I :

.t 8W', a run ID 110 It t ", N3'4' of ::"'NW R.oaslvu "
110 ft for pt A ,
:hens run W lI'.ff; .1 W'4. of'eWt4 01 "''WI4.* 1 II Mr. Tara. Brugg.r 151)
JOe tt 02941ftN 190 It .'. "" nt N31U I.r 8E14 4 .
to1s p' ofW belr :1' II .Jo. Scott 130M All"F.6.3'( 'd 11111: .I II 1 II '1) Hardin s Wel.e.r 1363
pn.tinn W'4
A 1.4 0 of NW
NE14' a aU 11:% 01 ..r Nrr4 0' IItI% R of R. I 1 II 3 Tony :flrumgo. 1.1t
NEt4: ., I 1A. I W 01 4 .IIJnlo'' '
NW'iI N of Rda
N", of 8IC14 fOI1111:14 14 S II 10 31m nick. n.Ln.v A'e Th.. Full Line of Cleaning Needs !
Jet At
.... 90, .it. of n.. 700 ft of loll H'rv.n, II.n 01 1IIWV. 01, i At. REAL Sale Prices
Wet of NWU nf 1111:14 of .w 7! A. J. Rtrhbina 7.11 Here it Is our annual GREAT
rpt.fl.. .
:\ft. .
NRU Rx W 40 ft -II S 11 Kuan. Hunter HOUSECLEANING SALE featuring
4.TJ a.J> e.roM. _
: a d ''n 1"1" every Binge] housecleaning item
111It nf N ion rt nfnm In
s our
E14" nf N\V\4\ of IU\4: nook Psee 41 II t II 'r..1 Ondd I." I Ing aU stores. We've slashed scores of prices bnmr-
f WI4 ,1 'II' I. O""L Lot you your cleaning: : needs at
NEI4 U. u n. ir. Little savings .
TU4 so In
come and clean-3P
- at NB CnrVf W'4 of I' L Ink.-td.. ))11.0 II 8 U E. n.1II1I..n: !.n It.s a whale of a sale I PLENTY OF stock-up for the
fV.>4 of NRI4' : ran W tNRK oPtv 1.1 or TOO I SPECIALS IN ALL OTHER DEPARTMb1EN"&oJ,
171 ft far pt ef haar, 15 8 U John Da"le 11."
O164 -. s... In t>oo..1 ,
Inonra run W ao ft H10S .. __
n""k 3P...
ft Fl IS a
"It ft N 105 ft
O d Ronk ...
tn pt nf bat IK I 1] 1A; Cook '.11 55. P"
Scor. OfBargains e-.
1VM nf HEM of 8EH nf '. IU 11." t U FI.htnr Club u.n 1' It 1 1 .
NBYRsWIfe&E.: l i, ,..t.... II.... se-,10 a lit Prices
R *0 ft IS t II a Edna, R. Mill IS.47 Tilt 7 .Ann Good
.11 that" pnrtlnn nf NWU f ". I..t It Ollb..rl "n _
f 8RW Irlnn W of ?anal fI 01 W. H. 2rnt1 1471
Lot II
and N of Call at.' Lot% U rh.. K. Caldwell 2111 Quantity Ldv Thro
B .. R 1(. Ja..le.on
nf w ll r fl. f\: 1014
M..ma nf Mr. n.: W. last 50 Cox A Rpurlnt 36.23leClaa STUART'SCYCLE Rights Saturday

Monr. H YT flau.tn saes. tell ..
'' ._ I aa.M 211 1. May
Cherie. Jxnklna *. Kx:> --= LM is 14 W n. .. SHOP R...rv4>d
where hnfMtnr* are loratd Sill R Scott 182 7th.
In A. n. Orlftln 1 .
aw Corner Lot 14 Oat 1
KM t Lot to. J. M. Ed. Lnt II 3 It JI' T. 0..1.. Oar Temple A.1'"* ... -
warda It I fj Florida Plaitlo, Inff. HT Tl C""np..n 40! .
i. lot about 11 ft wide J. R. KELLT. Stark, nsvtssa UK AS' 1'881 1'0. S-PA.
Wby16511N4 Taa Collector" Bradford COllllt). gaza m!!

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MAY -1949
& 184!

I- I arJJCIi Baptist Church Mother's DayObservance / Enthusiastic Rallies Laying Groundwork: from 1928 to 1936. It was under I '

I A "Mother's Day" corsage willie In For Daniels Revival Beginning Here June 5. the fine leadership of Rev Herbert I MOTHERS! Register The
Q. Denison that the manne
iJiiiJ given to all who attend Sunday I New Baby For Valuable
\ School and morning worship Methodist Church I II "Plans for the E.. J. Daniels was built. That building stands Girt At Our Store
j hour at the First Baptist Starke I Revival scheduled for Stark at praiseworthy evidence of careful

his Sunday. In special recognition ther's The Day flower in you honor wear or on Mo June 0-26, are being rapidly developed planning and good workman ,,;..);.;..- .....
memory ship so much encouraged by him. ..
of '
mothers present the end much Interest and ..
I of your mother Is a symbol of the I Throughout Its this .
I Pkplt history i
youngest mother and the oldest enthusiasm is being shown," Rev. y4 pe
love and gratitude that you feel; church has been rich in faithful .
mother present will receive a !_. D. Halnes, general chairman 'l -
: for her. But It Is also a mark of at earnest members ;who did as muchor .
and of
Cibyterian Church At The TabernacleAn gift, also the mother present : the campaign committee, said
your pride In her and
with the largest number of children nobody yesterday. 1 r perhaps more than did many V-e WEAREverything
I knows as well as you do why thisIs of the ministers to retain the
Mothers' Day Innovation In Several rallies
the will have
National musical present receive a gift. been held
!: for the CUM
\JIll so.
: solid foundations which
School will begin at 9:45Uh : program was enjoyed Sunday af The choir under the direction of and others are scheduled In all upon the
"f \ opening exercises Inchapel. ternoon when members of the Mrs Lucille Green will bring I You know. too that your mother sections of the county In the Interest church was organized. Many pres- From Birth to U Years OU

The Friendship Claeemea congregation suggested the hymns I special music with Mrs. Mona la proud of you. Her pride I of the campaign ;with ent today and many who could RONNIEDONNIESTORE
and women) will meet In and meditated upon the words! canova at the organ. The Pas- I swells to the bursting point with I splendid results. not be with us hold cherished
A.M. So faru,1es while the instruments or'i: every achievement of her son or I memories of such men and womenas
church at 9:85: alone, under message will be "MothersToday" I The following chairman of committees -
/ are ahead of the men the skillful touch of Mr. daughter. I were announced this week! Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Truby, *28 E. Call Stark

ttendance contest and an ap- Gomes and Miss Wallace, rendered The evening Happy Hour serv- Suppose you aak yourself t.hllli Prayer Meetings, Rev. C. C. Hernia Levi Mr. Jame.Hull, Mitchell Mr. and, Mr.Mrs.and Newell Mrs.

I"ts being made to ,have every the music. I ice begins at 8 o'clock with the question: Rae my mother as, ; Co. Chm., Rev. John Bray; B Hull, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.

I bring another man with The Bible School la one of the message by the Pastor, "Heaven great reason to be proud of me! Publicity, J. R. Kelly; Young People Halllgan. Dr. and Mrs. E. T.

Ion Sunday. Our worthy teach- most profitable and enjoyable I Is Sweet." Music will be directedby as I have to be proud of herT Rev. Truby Parrtsh: Co. Chm., Campbell, Miss Kate Livingston,
C. M Turney. U Inspired by services of the week, as throughthe I the piano-organ duo of Mrs. The I J. L. Spruce: Personal Work Rev Mr. H. H. Young Mrs John Ug- EXPERTtsdla
answer will be No.
mat interest shown. Picturess7two study of the Word each one Morse and Mrs. Mann, singing I probably Don Martin; Co. Chm., Rev W, low. Mrs. C. W. LIddon. Mr. T. A.
orphan boys we,, sup- present .U given an opportunity I h mns and choruses requested by I I I I And that shows you an opportunity A, Scott i Sunday School Rev. Knight, and Mr. W. E. Davis, allot
III \the Thornwell Orphanage for comment. .The observance of the congregation. I : Try to make yourself i Guy Lee; Co. Chm.. Buck Mann; whom worked faithfully and
exhibition in the vests the Lord's I fully worthy of the pride your Finance Freeman. Register, Jr.
Supper ;
nor on was featured at Sunday School meets at 9:45: unselfishly' for the good of the
and a delega- I mother has In you. That's a bit Co. Chm., AlvarpH,
al \the church the Sunday morning hour.Mother's with departments and classes for Ralph .tr church they loved so dearly.
to visit theaTJiIte I enough Job for boy Housing and .
being formed all any or girl Property, Edgar \VI1klnaon
a Day will be fittingly ages. Temporary annexes are The Installation of the presentpunter
future.n man or woman. Begin the job by : Outside
the near Meetings and Delegations.
i observed in the services next being used pending completionof brought to an end a period! e
with this second attending church on Mother's Dav. Arch Thomas Jr. Wmpn'
n Sunday. Friends will be Interested' new building this month. Train- Let ; ()- Dr. Rolan R. ditokerCampaign in which the members were for
Week and families sit together. Parents Work Mm.
Edmund Ten-
JAY In Family In the following Item: Gordon L. Ing Unions gather at 6:45 for with ; Secretary i several, years virtually without a
babies and small children Iy Men's Work
will T.
; K. ,
our pastor McClane. 4ej
her, Day. Purdy, President of Gospel Volun- discussion and programs for all trader. The courage and loyalty a
"The are urged to bring them to the Jr.; Children's Mrs ,
Meetings Russell i
from the subject June 5. Dr. Dan- of these members
a/? teers of the World, and his co- age groups. Sundry night during those
music Nursery during the 11 o'clock Norman: Co. Chm., Mrs. Cl A.
Family" SERVICEChas.
alien laborers left Monday and Tues- Moving Pictures at the church iels has held many successful trying years Is In Itself a story
two Choirs. We urge every day for a brief vacation in the Tuesday night will feature the hour.The Anderson; Ushers T. B. Hard-, union campaigns In cities throughout [ of faithfulness seldom to be equal
Inert eon and daughter to at- Committee requests that Ing; Co. Chm., N. O. Maxwell; the U. S. led.
north "Before opening their Camp pictures taken at the and Canada. He will | Under the guidance of the C.
morning Music, Mrs L. A, Canova. ,
L / on Mother's Day. you bring a gift for the Building The
church of-the-Woods, Speculator, New Easter Service of the come here from the People'sChur'h. present pastor the number of
ft'30 p m. the Junior Fellow- York. and Intimate. of Fund. personnel of these committees are Toronto, Canada, where members has been Increased from SiiepherdAt
T unites a group of Episcopal Mrs. several. Also glimpses The sermon subject for the 11 made up of the members of the Dr. Oawald Smith Is pastor sixty-two to one hundred twelve
George F. Tlbbltts and Mrs. construction of the I IB Churches Station
Baptist of Service
j Presbyterian young people in o'clock hour will be "The Mo- the New Special nights such as Sunday and In probably the greatest In Gay'
Gordon I.. Sunday School building in moving River Association
I Chapel. Purdy and baby left pictures. will be shown. Time of thers of Men." The organist' and total number School Night Family, Night, etc. the history of this church.. This
M i Warren Kaufman, Pastor by plane Monday, while Mr. Pur- showing T arid 8:15 choir will render special Mother's being more than 150. will be of special Interest. Saturday substantial Increase has been accomplished
p.m. : p.m. so
dy and little son, "Duke", went all may see. You are welcome to Day music. A class of children and Busses will run regular routes nights will be Youth Night. through patient, sincere .
CONGREGATIONALMmIODIST via car Tuesday. A beauUful"CorrectCraft" attend. There Is no admission youth will be received Into the Brooker Hampton, and Ralford, The Evangelist's messages and effort and with a never fating
CHURCH church. The sermon subject for on schedulethrough I-awUy theme will b<> henrt-searchlng and concern for each and every
first and third launch from the charged. the 8 o'clock hour will be, "Being along Route IB bringing large true to the Bible. No person need member.
yrvicel night every, Sunday morning Walt Maloon factory, Tltusvllle Midweek service Wednesday at Sensible", Sunday School begin. delegations to the services. Motorcades fear that his feelings will be History belongs not to the past,

j rIIay Sunday night 11 a.m. and has been purchased as an addition 7:30: ( with the message by the at'9:4.1.: A welcome' awaits you; will bring large groups wounded by the Evangelist's 41scunHlon alone. At this very moment we Fresh! MULLET
km. at Congregational Metho- to the Camp-of-the-Woods Pastor and choir practice follow-. come and worship with us. from other sections of Bradford of distinctive denominational herd! are adding lines and pages. to Red BASS
ing County and the state, where Dr. those
doctrines already written. Our lives,
I Church on Brownlee Road. equipment and was escorted up Dretwed Cat Fish
Ernest Grlffis, pastor. by Mr. Purdy. Thursday evening the Brother- CIIURCII OF GOD Daniels has served as pastor or Dr. Rolan R. Stoker Is cooperateIng our thoughts and our deeds are Sea TROUT
hood meets at the church at 7:30 has conducted revival. with Rev. Haines In the or the: history which will belong to
for supper and fellowship. and an Rev. L. S. Williams. Pastor Capacity audiences are expected ganisational and promotional Future members of this church. Large SHRIMP
8th A St. Clair Sti. beginning with the first serviceIt 1 With OYSTERS
outstanding speaker. :; phases of the campaign. an ever Increasing devotionFor
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. A friendly welcome will be received Sunday School 10 a.m. the great God who has boun Steak FISH

Lewis. D. Haines Pastor by any who attend the Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Early History Of Presbyterian Church tifully blessed us, with a deepened Live Fryers &: liens
I I appreciation of the rich
services at the First Baptist Sunday Evening Servic. 7:30 p.m. heritage
Starke. Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Is Feature Of 65th Anniversary Program which la ours, and with renewed ALL FISH DRESSED
".. The Heart of Town for the work FREE OF CHARGE
.And la The Heartsof Prayer :Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. vigor which yet
(Editor's Note: The folluvinghistorical' Church of Starke WAS organised. must. be accomplished, let us
People"A Christian Church
CATHOLIC CHURCH sketch of the Starke I On that day twenty-three members then so live, prayerfully and earn- MAGNOLIAFISH
Presbyterian' Church was preparedby were enrolled by Rev. A. W rHlly, that those who came after
Southern Baptist Church For AM People J. B. Dlxon: Pastor Sunday Mass 10 a.m. Mrs. John Warren jCaufman Sproul and Rev. R. B. Mattice In us may remember with pride and MARKET

Morning theme "The Problemsof Sunday School 11 a.m. as a feature of the observance of the Methodist Church, !which was gratitude the deeds we shall have
toning Worship' 11:00 ,Happy Hour 8:00 Motherhood". Evening theme Week Day Mass 8:30: am. the 63th anniversary of the I then on a site near the Starke done.

Sunday ik'hool9:45 Training Union' -6:45: "Qod's Balances". dayBible Church last Sunday.) railroad station. Among the charter
Tuesday night, 7:30: Teacher Study 1s every Wednesday members are found such
Midweek; Service Wednesday, 8:00: t'. M. at 1:45PENTECOSTAL: Among the Protestant churches,
class. ,
training Wednesday night names as Bailey, Dohm, Hamm,
8 o'clock, prayer meeting. Friday only one, the Episcopal Church Hopkins, Klelnnuhmldt, Livingston,
MORNING: "Mother's Today" 3:30: p.m. Children's hour. Friday HOLINESS10th dating back to the. 16th century Truby, Von Kern, and Wright. In Hear Pastor Bob Gray SundaySPEAK

EVENING: "Heaven Is Sweet" night, 7:30: p.m. Young People' St. and Temple Are. Reformation, can claim a richerI April 1886 the decision was madeto

Twit" 1 Moving' pictures of local members at Easter services wiener roast and social at Keystone Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn I heritage than can our Presbyterian build a church Immediately.Since ON
Heights. Meet at the churchat Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic the new building was dedi.
Church. Third oldest ls the "
Visit The Church With The Visiting ....tor" 7:30: p.m. Transportation will Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Baptist Church, founded by Roger cated In that same year It would "Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
be furnished those .who have none. welcome that little time lost
appear was
Williams a liberal who was driven (This. will bn a special message at 8:00 p.m. In' keeping with
In the actual
beginning construe
out of the Puritan Church. He tlon. | our "Family Nlfhl"' service Come and bring ")'onn.")
was who founded also the
Since 1884 there have been 31
colony of Rhode Island Roger FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
pastors and stated mlppllea In ,
Williams was born probably In
1604 and died In 1638. The Meth- this church. Although many of 11 :00 A. M.: "The Responsibility Of Motherhood"

MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS odlst Church followed early In these church were was winter fortunate visitors enoughto the (llcrognlllun at this. service. of the ohlmt mother, the )"IUII.........
under the leader-
the next century
have some who remained for anti the mother. with the moet children.)
ship of two Episcopal ministers
John and Charles Wesley, who several years Of these Dr. George 10:00: A.M.: Bible School 7:00: P.M.: B.T.U.

went about preaching In field ,H. Lowery remained the longest/

They became known as Methodists .
: IN. USEY because they had sermons, -4

printed for lay preachers to US" \
Properly speaking Presbyterianlsm SHOP & SAVE AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE

Is that form of church

government which Invents pre"-
than byters'or elders with all spiritual
powers and admits no prelates
over them. Hence the name Preabvterlnn. -

The first PreHbyterliln
Church to be organized In the
other make United States ,was In 1940, probably
: .e on the eastern shore of

it. e Maryland. Free Delivery Phone 231
\ i From record available to un
Official registration figure prove that more t meager Ind....... It would appear

that Scotch Highlanders came to
people) WM Chevrolet trucks that more this country after the Battle of
q Caledon In 1746. They had risen VIENNA SAUSAGE
people prefer Chevrolet's outstanding features '' .,, up against King George II, fightIng .

\ for religious liberty. They
quality and performance at lowest ', were pardoned with the proviso
e" 'r'1 3 Cans 29cBLACK
1 0haty1 that they emigrate' to new coun 2 Cans 29c
that more people know Chevrolet
.. prices ? try. And so It was that they and
their families settled on Cape
trucks first In valuel \
are Fear N. C. As time passed other .
group followed From them" High

Ji C See for yourself how much more Chevrolet landers large colonies settled In Georgia Red TOMATOES
Alabama, Florida, and In other

Advance-Design trucks offer. Call us, southern and western states. It EYE'PEAS
\ Is known that a group settled

or stop In at our showroom-soon!ITHERE'S around Euchee Valley 'In' West 2 Cans 29c
Florida. Record show that on .

May 26, 1824, having settled their 2 Cans 25c
families In rudes houses. they
r erected and organized a church.
'el" Other groups of these staunch VET'S DOG FOOD

FOR EVERY HAULING JOB! Presbyterians had gone down the ,
S Florida cant count. This General TOILET TISSUE
Assembly minutes of 1821 show

that the First Presbyterian 3 Cans 25c
e t Church was organized In St. Augustine .
\ In that same year. Thin. h 3 Rolls 25cKrisp

CHEVROLET probably the most authentic date
N we have of an actual church In

Florida. There were, no doubt, Fresh Ripe TOMATOES

1 cosy, preaching points some ten or ,
i twenty years prior to this. It Is LETTUCE
recorded that one Dr. :McWhlr,

a native of County Down. Ireland 2 Pounds 21c
(l..'" and an ordained minister of liberal -
% education, had been teachingIn 2 Heads 27c

Alexandria, Va. and In Georgia.There .
was brought before him an
I appeal to enter southern Florid .
\ ''In order to meet some of the BANANAS
r \ Green CABBAGE
A nlrltual. needs of that neglected

territory. Having visited St. Augustine -
he saw the possibility. of
leaf organizing a church there. In 3 Pounds 25c 2l' Pound
June 1824 that church was organized c
with 13 members.

f r O Third In organization was the
A church at Tallahassee In 1830. The Swift's Select
next twenty years seemed to lay I SMOKED 'BACON
v 'broad foundations. Unfortunately,

much havoc was created among SIRLOIN, T-BONE, or SMOKED SAUSAGE
all churches by the War between
the States. Some have been able.
to forget' the past and reunite ROUND STEAK BACON SQUARES

Into a single denomination. It Is !
TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO. a fervent hope that this may soon 1

be nomination.It accomplished. In our own de 79c Pound 29c Pound I

STARKE FLA. was not until December 15.,II
ISM that the First Presbyterian .


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MAY 6 1949

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tho Salary Schedule Committee tor the preceding school year I Anniversary DayIs Recent BirthsBirths I

To Open I for additional supplement! to times $2.00 plus the scheduleof Pine LevelBy
Enjoyable Event
principals. However. It was re- the Principal. as announced by the

commendod by the Committeethat Brooker Junior High School: At Local ChurchThe Shadycrest Hospital:
M.... II. M. McRae CO LON
Continued from page 1)) a monthly expense account The average daily attendance ., Mr. and Mrs. David Jonathan I A
of $10 be allowed for principals for the preceding school year Sixty-fifth birthday anniversary Avery of Lawtey. a daughter

3.434) over and above the amount who operate lunch rooms and who times $2.25 plus the schedule Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wood and of the Presbyterian Ann, born Apr. 23.

reorfved by the County from the do not have lunch room managers salary of the principal. I son-in-law and daughter Mr and Church waR celebrated on MayDay Mr. and Mrs. Paul Combs of

State for teacher with the maximum Following Is the method of Hampton Elementary School Mrs. Nelson Morgan of Jackson 1949 from ten o'clock until Glenn St. Mary, a son Tommy FLORIST"Flowers

experience of 10 years al- computation for salaries of principals end Hellbroon Elementary 1 ville were visiting the H. M. Me- noon followed by a picnic din- Hugh born Apr. 29.
I In which no change was School: The average dally attendance the Church lawn.
hissed by the schedule The an- Raes Sunday. ner on Mr. and Mrs Earl Marlon Smithof

l vnal experience increment In $80( !, recommended by the committee: for the preceding Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mjrlck of The program .Included organ Lulu, a son, Duane Marlon, Wired Anywhere"An
School and school times $2.60 plus
per year for all ranks, with theaarption Bradford High year Gainesville and Mrs. Susie My- preludes by Mrs E. M. Davis, born Apr. 27.
School: The the schedule salary of the prin-
of Rank 6. which was Starke Elementary address T. W. Atta- r
rick of Lake Geneva spent Saturday welcome by Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Arthur
planed at $:w) per y.ar. This was average dally attendance for cipal. night and Sunday with Mr. way selections by the Junior and of Starke a daughter
.. Mto because of the the preceding school year times For' all other schools: The Darby
necessary and Mrs Robert Myrick. Senior choirs Including a solo by Lee born Apr. 28.
redaction In state funds\ for Rank $1.0O plus the schedule salary average dally attendance for Mr. and Mrs Arthur McRae Miss Evelyn Stump a violin solo Nancy
sV The maximum experience for of the Prln. the preceding achool year times
Mrs. J. Warren Kaufman
and H. M. McRae
and little son
liaok: B was placed at 6 years. Lawtey Junior High School: $3.00 plus the schedule salaryof the McRae family reunionat morning message by Dr. J. War- !. Clrealt C...rt. BradJore Oewty, ForIdeal
JBo was requested by The average dally attendance the principal.The enjoyed
:: change
of o.'wSF'w.T-tirf. .
Kaufman E5Sf
Dade Park near Bushnell last ren present pastor I M.I.
Board agreed' to employa dred,9. Casa. No.
In accordancewith Sunday. The event was In honor the church. Malotte's Lord's Prayer Wolf

county mechanic, of the of Mrs. Kate Powell who Is 91 sung bv Mrs. Edward Char- 1283. Order ., P.Nkell.. ad
the recommendation bonneau. Prayers were offered Nsth.a Appear
old and her brother Duncan
Staff of the State Department years STATE OF FLORIDA to: -
Survey for the McRae who Is 88. by Dr. J..F. Vonske and Dr. C. B. Mildred C. Wolf whose renldence Mothe
of Education Post of Penney Farms. A program and addre la: RFD a, Na..th.Penn.yl".nla' ,
maintenance of buses) owned and We are sorry to report the ,
the Illness of little Evon Conner and as arranged by Mrs. K. O. You are required to appear on
County.It ;
operated by Duncan was carried out by a Ju- .In r
was decided to have a pamphlet hope she will soon be well again. Court and'ca .., twherein plaintiff; r
former pastor Rev. Charles H. Bradford County
eek dlvoru
printed which would givea Come to Church: Sunday School Allen of Plnellas Park who also Telegraph* shall publlah this OrderIn Gift .
of the schools and Services 11 four weekly leaue. Day
description: 10 a.m.; Morning a.m.; net
the but the utmost in Bradford Coun gave the scripture reading. : Witness my hand and of"''I.1'I
expense facilities offered In Evening Services 7:30: p.m. Prayer Arrangement of flowers in the ."01 at Stark. Florida thl* May
The pamphlet Is to be distributed and Teachers 1949
ty. Meeting Meeting 4,
sincerity, courtesy,, and thoughtfulness Starke Chamber church was In charge of Mrs. E. (OFFICIAL' BHJAL) A.. J: Thomu,
by the Wednesday 7 p.m. Young Peoples Court.
M. Davis and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell.Mrs. A* Clerk of. said
Is accorded the affairs of needin
of Commerce. Meeting Saturday 7:30: p.m. By Haven Crosby D.
Estelle Black chairman of :Btarke. FlorMa.
Mrs. Beatrice T. Landrum,
A letter from
Service.DeWITT Irafor al8 l 4t 61a1|
our Plf.
the Young Matron's Circle had '
Futch to the Board requesting a I We have 'a complete assortment of
Monday' charge of tables set on the I
leave-of-absence for the 1949-60 IN: rmri'iT rot'RT BRADFORD Blooming Potted Plants
C. JONES term of school was received and For Mrs. MillerMrs. la.wn. One table was reserved for COIWTY FLORIDA IN CHAN; Corsages
cakes Including huge three- Dish Gardens, and always the Finest
granted.By AnthonV P. RO.M|, Plaintiff, v*.' !
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. resolution the Board agreedto Lillian Isadore Miller. 84, tiered birthday cake which was Valda Roaal. Defendant. Caae. No., In Cut Flowers.

grant the Starke Lions Club died Sunday st the home of her beautifully done bv Mrs J. R. "".ORDER: of PUBLICATION !

use of the high school athletic son, Albertus Miller near Brooker. Kite. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf and 8T'/f" JIOTICB TO APPEAR I Phone 218VV.STfcRN
Mrs. V. 3 St. John constitutedthe
field for baseball games on such She had been In falling health Valda Koaiil whose realdenca and
Funeral Director Ambulance Sere c. occasions as do not conflict: with for some time. menu committee. address I I..: 61 Hubbard Street. Mai-,

Our local funeral home enables u. to offer conveniences and the activities of the high school Mrs. Miller was a native of Invitations were written by Mra. ton You Mas.achus.tt.are required: to appear onJuno
R. S. Fernandez to former 8, 1..9. In the above named
athletic department. mem-
services not otherwise available. Darlington, S. C. and resided In Court and oauie, wherein plaintiff
St. Petersburg before moving born of the Church and the follow. .eeka divorce. Bradford County

.., to Alachua County In 1938. Her Ing names Include those present Telesraph shall publish this Order
In next four weekly laiue.*. ,
W. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices,'. andaccept husband J. J. Miller died In 1934. who were Introduced bv Mrs: H. Witness my hand and official
HeilbronnBy H. Young: Mr and Mrs. R. L eal at Starke, Florida. this May \ 1 1B
ANV life Insurance policy In force Issued l by ANT Besides her son, Albertus Miller 4,
McDowell, Sandra Joyce and Ray :;;"iCIAL .I .
BRAD A.:1.: Thomas
company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. Louise Norman who Is president of American ( I.
mond Mprritt Mr. and Mrs. John A. Clerk of aald oourt.
Consultation carries no obligation.\ 1, Tun/r/ Groves at Brooker she Is W. Rollins Mrs Elsa Relnoehl By Haven Croaby. D. C.
Frank Landrum Starke. FloridaAtty.
survived bv Mrs T.
one daughter John D. 6121I .I
Lyles Lylea. Martha-H.Lvles. for Plf. V4t
SCHOOL CLOSES"' HERE J. W. Lovelace of St. Petersburg Haan Omrl;" fJJHI QPeatd b
- Sophie Relnoehl and
The 'Hellbronn school closed and two sisters, Mrs. Essie Turner BRADFORD
Thursday of last week with ten Paris, Fla., and Mrs Jennie Mrs. Effle Boaz Cordray, all of COCNTYIFLORIDA: ]) IN (;HAI'I. J. F. JAUDON
Jacksonville ,
: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. CBR Y.
graduates from the 8th grade. Winner of New: Orleans. She wasa AbrahamRablnowlU" Plaintiff. vs.'
Graduating exercises were held member of the Presbyterian Barbour and Mrs R. P. Stubblns, Ida: Kahlnowlta, Defendant.: Case 115 West Call St. Starke, Fla. I
Sr. of Tallahassee
; Mrs Hazel No. 7894.
Wednesday night with opening remarks Church
by the principal Alvah Brown Archer Mrs. J. 9. Brown AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR
Cook. The was Funeral services were held Mon. of Plant Cltv; Rev. and Mrs. C. RTATB OF FLORIDA to: Complete line Auto Accessories Tires.. I

by Rev. Wilbur opening Scott prayer and the day afternoon at three o'clock In B. Post and Rev. and Mrs. J, F. Ida:. SUM Itablnowlti Kant mat, whose street realdencela Eronx Batteries Outboard Motors Fishing [

/ commencement address was delivered the Thomas Funeral Home, Vonske of Penney Farms, Mrs. G. New York: Tackle Radios Bicycles And Hundreds -|
Gainesville Dr. U. S. Gordon You are required to appear on
by Rev.. L. D. Halnes. The Livingston of Tampa, and Mrs. June 4. 1949. In the above named of other items '..
awarded pastor of the First Presbyterian L. C. Howland of Orlando.At Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff
diplomas were County
by Chuach of Gainesville officiated .eeks. divorce. Bradford County'
Superintendent H. P. Morgan the conclusion of the program Tele-raph' shall publish' this OrderIn
and fn the ;
Interment Gainesville !
was .
The musical part of the programwas Miss Evelyn Stump pre next four weekly laiue have stepping
Witness hand and official
Evergreen Cemetery. my
directed by Mrs A. J. sented flowers to Mrs. Sarah Heal at titark, Florida. this May.
Thomas, Jr. Elizabeth Brownlee and John Vg- t, 1(149.( NOW at the low- 1
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. :3 Thomas,.
Mrs W. C. demons and granddaughters GIRL SCOUT NEWSTroop low as the oldest members of the A. Clerk of said Court. i price-no de-

J Joyce Stanley and Betty church-Mr. Uglow In point of I By Haven Crosby, D. C. 1 in
A. J. Thomas, Jr., "Htarke. Florida. ,lhryDrtve
Committee Meeting
Clemons spent the weekend at years and Mrs. Brownlee In point Atty. for Plf. tie 4t 637|

.. .--. -. Palmetto and Ruskln. Joyce wenton A Girl Scout Troop Committee of membership. Mrs. Brownlee be- ;, our yard we will load them for you and at the i

to Miami to be with her meeting took place Wednesday came a member one year after the :Nollr..f Application for Tat time show you our mammoth new Block: Plant

i rDon't mother for a while. Mrs Clemons night April 27. at 8 p.m. In St. church was established, 1887. Notice(House,la, hereby Hill given No. 1SIU that 0..1. operation. The latest in design and quality.

and Betty returned Sunday.Mr. Mark's Parish House to discussthe J. McKinney Jr. the holder of the'

and Mrs. Carlton Cha.talnand future .of the newly organized. Scouts AdvanceIn following-certificate l certificate for a tax deed has to filed b. laau-said I "Most Everything To Build, Repair, Or Rem

little daughter. Sue of Hamp- troop. ed thereon. The certificate number Ayear. CERTIFIED READY-MIX CONC
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I ,
Honor Court of laauanu. the deaorlptlonof
ton visited Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
Way. and means to raise money the
property nnd the name In 1
Sapp Sunday.Mrs. were thought about to enable the Held Here SundayA Which It wa. aacenaed. are a* follows INSPECTED :
Let House Go !
Begging : Certificate, No. SB. Year of
H. M. McRae spending girls to take some educational Issuance 1947. Description of Pro. BE SURE OF TUB BEST BY CERTIFIED

part of this. week with he.r daughter trips. Also the possibilities of haying ; pertyi NKV, NWV,, Section it,
Boy Court ANNIS
Mrs. N. Norman Township 7 Ranwe' 21 Beet, ,
Fix it up for ,greater comfort, better appearance, a Girl Scout Headquarterswere was held in the Scout hut Sundayevening containing forty acres more or lea*.
Misses Pansy Joyce and Gloria discussed. Name In which' assessed: J. A. J. GAINESVILLE; FLA.RADIO.
higher resale value I We have all the quality repair Crosby spent Tuesday with their and was presided over by McKlniioy Jr. All ft said
Mrs Edward Robt. 1
Burns In
former W. Metzger Advancement property helntf' the County of

materials you need, and the sound advice, to, help cousin Mr ,and Gerald Mrs. Norman.T. N. Norman and Girl Scout leader, Is replacing Mr Chairman for the New River Dis- Ilradfiirif certificate, Ntat' or of certificate Florida. UnleanMliuh shall

Ada Colson as Committee Chair trict. I be redeemed accordlnir. to la\v the]
,you. Bring us! your Repair. List this week! son. Gerald and Mr. and Mrs. B. man while Mrs. Colson remains property deecrlbed In such certificate. !
J. Bggers and son Johnny, otJack.onvllle Introductory urnarks were 'I or oeitinc'ttea' .will he aold to the
a member on the committee. Miss made by Rev B. E. Ma heM bidder at the court house
were visiting Mr and Simmons I door on the> flrHt Monday In month
Mrs H. W. Sterns In Tavares Lou' Beyers. Physleal Education District Commissioner, and C. H. .if June, 19411, which la the t day of,
teacher at B. H. S. was elected Naaworthy District June, 1949. Haled this 4 day of
Saturday and attended the Mc Chairman. Also N.y.94'..
TALR.KE Rae family reunion at Bushnell a member of the committee also. assisting In conducting the A. J. Thomas. Clerk of Circuit
Other members remain the same. court was T. A. Rowan III of Court of Bradford County Florida
They are Mrs.' W. J, Epperson Live Oak, field executive. Official Heal! 518 4t 527|

c: BUILDERS' Jr., and Mrs. Florence A. Brown. The presentation of first class Motive of Appllratlon for Tax Deed
SUPPLIES Assistant leader Is Mrs. S. R': (House Bill No. IHlU) ,
'-'- second class badges was made Notice la hereby given that P. A. ,
..ac;' S.A.L. DEPOT' (7dc >A+ 45 W'Mother's ". Johns Jr. and Mrs. Marlon Car- by Scoutmaster Johnnie Joca. rertlncata Knla-ht. the haa holder filed of aald the rertmcatea following .

ney as leader. The following advancementswere for a tax deed to be laaued thereon

.. .L .. --. _, __ "" ___ _e.-... _y ,.. made: of The issuance certificate. number and year x
Bu..baJ1 the description of theproperty
I Challenge First Class Scout: Thomas and the name In which iihl
The Starke Girl Scouts met Harding and James Newsome. It was aaaeaaed are aa follow: Cer
tificate No. Ill Year of issuance
again/ on the school grounds Sat- Second Class Scout: Jimmy Dav 1947. neanrlptlon of Property: Lots
urday morning bright and early is, John Kopelousos Robert Manning I. R of Blk 9. Lincoln City (SM of
HKV of Uy) Section U. Township
Day for a second game of Softball Hoadley Nix, Kenneth Tyus e Koiuh.' Hanue II Kaat. Name. In ,
.ttyi ta
this season. The teams Jimmie Edward Welgand, Raymond Wil- which anHeMHed Ham Petterman. All y

Moncrief verses Ann Manasaa : liams. of.of aald..r't.trlt;;: : being. of In'Florida the County Un- raT at'' ,,

played a six Inning struggle for' SlId Clans Merit BadgesHome less such cert or certa. shall be re
deemed accnrd/nR/ to law the .
May 8thCOMPLETE an ending score of 15: to 12 in Repairs: Billy Dodd. deacrlhed In such certificateor property

favor of Captain Jlmmle's team. Thomas Harding, Tom McCUne, certificate, will he old to the
Ma-next bidder .
et the
court house
LINE I'"aFu.3 The teams made some of the James Newsome. door on the first Monday In month
sweetest plays ever seen by theM Music: Levy Canova Jr. of June tU49. which I. the II day

OF ai eves for girls of that age. Several Pathflnding: Thomas Harding', or May June 1149Clerk 1'Mi.. Dated this 4 day of

double plays were executed. Themost Tom McCIane. James Newsome. rlrrullCourt. J. Thomaa:
of i
i PRESCRIPTION amazing however was 'a Personal Health: Tom McCIane Countv.. Florida. of PVadford '-'. 't\I"

.MOTHER'SDAY PHARMACIST triple out which wound up the- Billy Dodd. James Newsome. Official heal> r SI* 4t 5117L" :'La?* '. "" !I:" I >" .

game. Public Health: Thomas Hard- ('"" Ceara n.. : We hear tell the Woman's Club Ing. Tom McCIane James New- Florida !. (........"'.
Phone 61 STARKEfnIhe1Jlinlt some. Stephen Bnaak. Plaintiff v*. Hilda
has a softball team. Are there any Hoaak. Ttorendnnt. Caee No. TH1. at SHEPHERD'SAt
GIFTS area' Service others We challenge all that Safety: James Newsome. i drier e>f Pvklleallaei cad
lilt "Mnllr' t. \ffrn
( e.w come our How about Clam Merit Badge
way. It, TATE' OF- FLORIDA to-:
Ate matter how xlmpln. or how flabor- DAY & NIGHT ladles Cooking: Thomas Harding Tom Hilda 113 Stiles Boaak street whose realdence la: last, a tab. model with advanced FMI It' I"*
Next weekend McCIane. James Newsome Kll.abeth. N. J.:

J .ate Aft Unto'., Wtt "hate the gift that planning an over-night the girls camping are First Aid: Billy Dodd. Thomas :June Von 8th.are 149.required In the to above appear named on arrived direct from Spartan,, which meant it'i price41

:I trip via bike. We are to leave Friday Harding. Tom McCIane. James Court*e..k* and divorce.cause. Bradford wherein plaintiff Count. to save hard-earned dollar $

tar" to please her.Whitman's. NOW IS THE TIME home evening before dark and on arrive Saturday.back Newsome Plumbing: Billy Dodd. Tom Mc- Telegraph InWitnessumy. hall"hand"ptihliah 101,,. andsoffielal this Order 6 4 e 9 5

FOR The Girl Scouts held their regular CIane, Thomas Harding. seal .t 8trk- Florida' this May

meeting Wednesday afternoon Reptile It Study: Billy Dodd. iI.OFFICIAL 1949. 8KAL) A.I. Thomas When ;you learn this new 1949 Sparton table model
and plans .were completed for the was announced that In the As Clerk of said Court:
I & Hollingsworth future a Court of Honor Ry Ilsven Crosby. D. C. has marvelous static-free FM well standard
S overnight trip Friday The girls I will be Joseph K. Skipper. 121 Graham (as as

1 J rJ will spend the night about three held once each month. Atty'. for J. I..on"III.orld&Plf. iir broadcast) you'll really get excited. Just try to
i 4t B17|
miles out of town on the : -
Candy in Mother' Day Boxes new - _
Standing road. Miss Nina Bishop - wwwJThe 1 find a table model with up-to-date FM like this at

and M.... Paul E. Canova will -w anywhere
the !
( near price. ;you'll see
I Pound To 3 pounds help Mra. Carney on the trip.

i ppw The girls are leaving at 1

We have everything you o'clock Friday afternoon from the In addition, you get modern slide-rule dial; new ty*
need for the farm small plot or USO building. Hot dog I That Are Biting And permanent magnet speaker lo..'that '.artlat-right-ln-I!
means no afternoon classes for

NYLON HOSIERY FINE ALSOCOMPLETE some of the 7th and 8th graders.It's Cool Winds Are Blowing At. the-room'tone. MORE you get the finest mahogany -
LINE not that we don't like to veneer,money can buy\ ebonized front, stunninCtnetallzed
HARDWARE ITEMS study but-oh well. It's more fun
HLECTRICAL APPLIANCES FARM IMPLEMENTS to go camping.It COQUINA BEACHLocated grill and .handsome styling that say."here's '

TOOLS, ETC. looks like we are going to quality." Better hurry In today.
a wonderful time// YOU
'" should be -
along. Two Miles South Of Marineland
-Sue Epperson

HANDY PLASTIC GADGETS AND Norma Canova Scribes On Route A1A. .


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WHICH WE CAN LIFT.FRANCES Clayton Codrlnfton, Owncn-Mcra.

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